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Tickets now on sale for World of Outlaws return to...

Tickets now on sale for World of Outlaws return to...

4/14/2021 -
SAUK RAPIDS, Minn. — April 14, 2021 — Tickets are now on sale for the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series return to Granite City Motor
COVID-19 AFFECTS NATIONAL POINTS

COVID-19 AFFECTS NATIONAL POINTS

5/5/2020 -
St Augusta, MN (May 4, 2020) - WISSOTA Promoters Association Inc. and its board of directors have made the difficult decision to suspend national poin
2021 Driver Decal Download

2021 Driver Decal Download

3/16/2021 -
ST AUGUSTA, MN (MARCH 16, 2021) - The 2021 WISSOTA decal download is available for the drivers and designers to download at www.wissota.org/driverinfo

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Tickets now on sale for World of Outlaws return to Granite City M

Tickets now on sale for World of Outlaws return to Granite City M...

4/14/2021
SAUK RAPIDS, Minn. — April 14, 2021 — Tickets are now on sale for the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series return to Granite City Motor Park in Sauk Rapids, Minn., on Saturday, June 5 and can be purchased online at www.SLSPromotions.com or by calling SLS...more
2021 Driver Decal Download

2021 Driver Decal Download

3/16/2021
ST AUGUSTA, MN (MARCH 16, 2021) - The 2021 WISSOTA decal download is available for the drivers and designers to download at www.wissota.org/driverinfo. WISSOTA officials would like to remind drivers that these sponsors and all WISSOTA sponsors are the reason we are able...more
2021 Speedway Motors WISSOTA 100 News

2021 Speedway Motors WISSOTA 100 News

3/16/2021
St Augusta, MN (March 18, 2021) – WISSOTA Auto Racing officials are pleased to announce that Speedway Motors will be returning as the title sponsor on the WISSOTA 100. The Speedway Motors WISSOTA 100 will be back at I-94 Sure Step Speedway in Fergus Falls, MN for...more
2021 WISSOTA National Season

2021 WISSOTA National Season

3/16/2021
St Augusta, MN (March 17, 2021) – WISSOTA national and rookie points will be awarded in the 2021 WISSOTA racing season. Points for WISSOTA sanctioned racing will be awarded starting April 1, 2021, and will follow normal point cutoff deadlines. For track and state points,...more

Divisions

WISSOTA Modifieds
WISSOTA Modifieds are sophisticated, high powered, open-wheeled race cars. As the name implies, they are radically “modified” from their stock status. The easiest way to identify a WISSOTA Modified is the lack of front fenders along with a spoiler on the rear of the car. You might also see the left front in the air. WISSOTA’s Modified drivers may choose to run a 360 “Spec” engine that is not subject to a competitor’s claim or a larger engine, up to 406 cubic inches, that is subject to certain claim procedures after each feature race. The chassis and suspension is very advanced and highly tuneable to meet the needs of the driver’s style or track conditions, and the vast majority of Modified racers in WISSOTA choose methanol rather than gasoline for a fuel. Nationwide, Modifieds like those in WISSOTA are probably the most populous of all dirt track racing divisions.

WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds
WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds are a “limited” version of the Modifieds described above. The class was originally conceived and begun by a group of tracks in central and western Minnesota but the population of Midwest Modifieds exploded after it became a WISSOTA sanctioned division. The Midwest Modified division has a restricted package of engine and suspension rules, and the body lines are a little more conservative than most of the full Modifieds in competition. It is intended to be a more affordable way for racers to get a taste for open wheeled racing and its continued growth at tracks in the region has been impressive

WISSOTA Super Stocks
WISSOTA Super Stocks appear, on the surface, similar to Late Models. The casual fan can tell the difference quickly by noticing the tires are much thinner, and Super Stocks have a smaller spoiler on the rear deck of the car. Engine rules mandate a maximum of 360 cubic inches in the Super Stock division, and competitors in the class are limited to a 2 barrel carburetor. There are chassis limitations placed on competitors in the Super Stock division, so the cars are not as tuneable or exotic as those in the Late Model and Modified divisions. The division is known for parity and the competitors provide very entertaining competition for fans at many WISSOTA tracks

WISSOTA’s Mod Fours
WISSOTA’s Mod Fours are a open-wheeled four cylinder division that entertain race fans with fast-paced action and a frenzied “buzzing” sound on ovals. If you think of four cylinder engines as gas savers for running around town, maybe you should think again, because the Mod Four drivers pack some big punch into their limited cubic inches. The cars look like a “little brother” to the V-8 powered WISSOTA Modifieds and Midwest Modifieds but the guys behind the wheels of the short wheel-base racers don’t play second string to anyone when they hit the track. The Mod Four chassis features a manufactured frame with primarily stock suspension components and the division has its own smaller sized Hoosier racing tires. The Mod Four division is considered a great learning ground for drivers who wish to move to other open-wheeled divisions.

WISSOTA Hornets
WISSOTA Hornets are American Made Front Wheel Drive 4 Cylinder

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