IMCA Modified

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2006 IMCA Modified national champion Benji LaCrosse

IMCA Modified is the top modified division sanctioned by the International Motor Contest Association.[1] The series began in 1979.

The car bodies are a hybrid of an open wheel car and a stock car. The front tires have no body around them like an open wheel car, and the back wheels have a body around them like a stock car. The series has a $550 engine claim or $100 and exchange rule, and a one tire rule. As of August 29, 2010 the engine claimer rule has been suspended throughout the remainder of the 2010 racing season. Drivers are required to have an IMCA race driver license to compete in the series.[1]

A "Sport" Modified division was spun out of this division in the mid 2000s. This class features a similar chassis with lower horsepower.

List of national modified champions[edit]

Siefert's 2007 national championship car
  • 2013 William Gould
  • 2012 Keith White
  • 2011 Jordan Grabouski
  • 2010 Zane Devilbiss[2]
  • 2009 Dylan Smith[3]
  • 2008 P. J. Egbert[4]
  • 2007 Jared Siefert
  • 2006 Benji LaCrosse
  • 2005 David Murray, Jr. [1]
  • 2004 David Murray, Jr.
  • 2003 David Murray, Jr.
  • 2002 Jon Thompson
  • 2001 David Murray, Jr.
  • 2000 Henry Witt Jr.
  • 1999 Johnny Saathoff
  • 1998 Johnny Saathoff
  • 1997 Johnny Saathoff
  • 1996 Johnny Saathoff
  • 1995 Rick Stout
  • 1987 Shane Davis
  • 1986 Dave Farren
  • 1985 Rick Wages
  • 1984 Mike Cothron
  • 1983 Mike Schulte


  • Johnny Saathoff has won four national championships

List of IMCA SuperNationals winners[edit]

Main article: Boone Speedway
Jimmy Gustin racing (in 2013)
  • 2013 Dylan Smith
  • 2012 Jeff Taylor
  • 2011 Richie Gustin
  • 2010 Jimmy Gustin[5]
  • 2009 Randy Havlik[6][7]
  • 2008 Kevin Stoa
  • 2007 Todd Shute
  • 2006 Rich Lewerke
  • 2005 Benji LaCrosse [2]
  • 2004 David Murray, Jr.
  • 2003 John Logue
  • 2002 Darren Williams
  • 2001 John Logue
  • 2000 Kevin Stoa
  • 1999 John Logue
  • 1998 John Logue
  • 1997 Mark Noble
  • 1996 Kelly Boen
  • 1995 John Logue
  • 1994 Mark Noble
  • 1993 Ron Pope
  • 1992 Wayne Graybeal
  • 1991 Tom Bartholomew
  • 1990 Wayne Larson
  • 1989 Kevin Pittman
  • 1988 Mark Noble
  • 1987 Mike Frieden
  • 1986 Mike Frieden
  • 1985 Jack Mitchell
  • 1983 Mike Schulte

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b IMCA History
  2. ^ "Comp Cams/RHS awards to five national IMCA champions and top engine builders". IMCA. Retrieved 27 November 2010. 
  3. ^ "2009 IMCA National Champions". IMCA. 2009-11-09. Retrieved 2009-11-09. 
  4. ^ "2008 IMCA National Champions". IMCA. 2008-10-22. Retrieved 2009-10-01. [dead link]
  5. ^ Daniel, Dennis. "Jimmy Gustin Fulfills Dream, IMCA Super Nationals Champion". Racing Online. Retrieved 15 September 2010. 
  6. ^ "Past Champions". IMCA. Retrieved 27 November 2010. 
  7. ^ "Havlik emerges at IMCA Super Nationals". Racinboys. 2009-09-15. Retrieved 2009-11-10. 

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