IMCA Sport Compacts

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IMCA Sport Compacts is IMCA's entry level class of racecars. They are found at IMCA tracks around the United States.

History[edit]

The series was formed in 2006, when six tracks ran the class.[1] A seventh track was added in 2007.[1]

Cars[edit]

IMCA Sport Compacts are three or four cylinder front-wheel drive compact cars.[2] The car's interior is gutted for safety and weight reduction.[2] Safety equipment such as a roll cage is installed.[2] A $1500 claim rule is in effect.[2]

Drivers[edit]

This division is designed for younger drivers, not those that want to get out of late models or modified racing. It's perfect for kids in high school, as there is a minimum age of 14.[2] No one in this division can be licensed to compete in any other IMCA division.[2]

Past Point Champions[edit]

2016 - Nate Coopman (Mankato, MN)

2015 - Nate Coopman (Mankato, MN)

2014 - Nate Coopman (Mankato, MN)

2013 - Ramsey Meyer (Pierce, NE)

2012 - Cameron Meyer (Pierce, NE)

2011 - Nate Coopman (Mankato, MN)

2010 - Darick Lamberson (Grand Island, NE)

2009 - Garrett Rech (Davey, NE)

2008 - Dan Rhiley (Bennington, NE)

2007 - Jena Barthelmes (Marion, IA)

Past IMCA Super Nationals Champions[edit]

2017 - Devin Jones (Mason City, IA)

2016 - Josh Barnes (Keokuk, IA)

2015 - Nate Coopman (Mankato, MN)

2014 - Adam Gates (Marion, IA)

2013 - Jacob Ellithorpe (Maquoketa, IA)

2012 - Jacob Ellithorpe (Delmar, IA)

2011 - Nathan Chandler (Norway, IA)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "First points race for Sport Compacts set April 14 at Hamilton County Speedway". Hamilton Speedway. Retrieved 2008-10-08.
  2. ^ a b c d e f "IMCA Sport Compact Rules". IMCA. Archived from the original on 2008-06-22. Retrieved 2008-10-08.

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