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Is it two complete shows this weekend? And what are the ticket prices to get in?
Missing your keys? Come to the concession stand
Thanks again for having the late models back!
Thanks for the great show last night at viking. Keep tge good work
Thanks for the great show last night at viking. Keep up the good work
As many of you know, this Saturday we are celebrating kids!!! VIKING SPEEDWAY will have a bunch of activities planned! 3-6pm we will have NWTF (National Wild Turkey Federation) with a BB gun simulator, as well as a drawing to win 2 BB Guns!! 3-6:15 we will have Jump-4-Fun with 2 bounce houses! Please remember socks for your kids!! The cost will be $3 to cover their employees!! Driver Meet and Greet from 5-6pm Intermission: Hula-Hoop Contest with drivers!! Jason Thoennes (Thoennes Motorsports) will be having a drawing for $100 to 1 Adult who dresses in Red, White, and Blue with a regular paid admission!! Justin Anderson (Shaa Construction) will also have a drawing for $100 to 1 kid who dresses in Red, White, and Blue!!!! To register for said drawings above please sign up at the Kid’s Club booth!!! Drawing will take place at Jason Thoennes’s Trailer after Races!!! Must be present to win!!! We are gathering as many prizes as we can get for the Kids!!! As we are still looking for donations!!! We are hoping every kid will be able to get a prize.. Any questions please send us a message!!! If you know you are going to be donating something please let us know we need to get a number together!!!
Thank you drivers and crew! Very impressed with the run of show, especially with a 2 hour rain delay! Efficient, kept the show moving, loved it!
Can someone give us an update on the amount of precip at Viking. I know it is difficult to know what tomorrow will bring but with so many tracks cancelling many of us would like to make travel and lodging plans. Is there a chance tomorrow? Has anyone been on the track this week? Is it one of those "everything has to work out perfectly in order to run" kind of deals. Thank You.
I'm looking for some help in remembering the full names of drivers and some photos of the cars back in the late 70's to early 80's... my list as best as I could remember... Please add first names for those I'm missing and correct any errors... I would much appreciate any responses. Jerry Kluver #9, Dick Johanneck #76, Mike Bruns #42, Joe Salner #4, Dave Knott #6, Tom Brookins #41, Jeff Hinkemeyer #13, also #4, Rick Sweet #41, Dave Gilbertson #?, Roy Snyder #49, Gary Reents #1, Dick Block #?, ? McDonald #100, ? Watkins #19, ? Jacobson #15, ? Wilson #16, Don Hoffman #2 (couple times)
Does Viking Speedway broadcast over the radio? If you do what station?
Thank you VIKING SPEEDWAY for making Avery’s night!

THE HIGH FLYING HALF MILE is the fastest dirt track in Minnesota located at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. Racing through the summer on Saturday nights with the green flag dropping at 6:30pm.

Viking Speedway is a Β½ mile semi-banked clay oval that that races five WISSOTA sanctioned classes; Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, Midwest Modifieds and Street Stocks, Pure Stocks, and Limited Late Models on occasion every Saturday night from the end of April through Labor Day, including the Viking Fall Classic in October. More information can be found at http://vikingspeedway.myracepass.com

Checkers and Wreckers with Corey Litton

This is why Dave Despain is the best.

Street Stock Tour

Sports League

Here you go race fans. The Wild West Shootout starts tomorrow. If your missing watching the dirt fly this will be a good one to rent. Many Wissota cars are attending again this year!

Full schedule for the week, Friday (1/10) is practice from 6pm - 9pm, pit passes required after 3pm and free grandstands.

PA system in the pits will broadcast on FM 89.1

Attention Racers and Race Fans here is a list of the weekly classes we will be running in 2020.

- Wissota Street Stocks
- Wissota Super Stocks
- Wissota Midwest Mods
- Wissota Modifieds
- Limited Late Models

Merry Christmas and safe travels from our racing family to yours!

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Chapter 1: What Would You Do If You Were The Track Promoter

Check out this Great Article it's well worth the read.

onedirt.com We asked fans and racers what they would do if they were a track promoter. Check out the first article in this new series and let us hear what you would do.

[11/30/19]   The annual fall membership meeting is on as scheduled for today. See you all there at 11am Eagles basement.

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Alexandria Viking Speedway Fall Meeting

vikingspeedway.myracepass.com It's that time of year! Make your plans to be at the Alexandria Viking Speedway Fall Meeting to cast

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Alexandria Viking Speedway Fall Meeting

Come on out this Saturday 11AM . Location Eagles in the basement. 3 Board member spots will be up for election. 🏁

vikingspeedway.myracepass.com It's that time of year! Make your plans to be at the Alexandria Viking Speedway Fall Meeting to cast

[09/21/19]   Weather is looking great for the 2nd night of the fall classic. Grab a friend and come out. 530 start

[09/21/19]   Sun is shinning, wind is blowing. Perfect to get everything dried up from the shot of rain we received this morning. Come on out and enjoy some great races @ 5:30. We had 112 cars last night!

Reminder Hornets!!! $250 to win tonight tell your friends

Who's going to bring home the hardware? Come out to Viking Speedway the next two days to find out. Green flag flies at 5:30 each night.

Perfect day to come out and watch some great racing!!! Great flag drops at 5:30! Hope to see you all at the Fall Classic

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Fall Classic This Weekend at the Viking Speedway - KIK-FM 100.7

Weather is looking great for tomorrow night 🌞come on out the fall classic for some great racing 🏁 Green flag drops at 5:30 sharp

kikvradio.com It’s your last chance this season to see great racing at the Fall Classic this weekend at the Viking Speedway! Dan Kalina was in to share all the details on the $65,000 purse for this Friday and Saturday racing. Here’s β€œThe Viking Speedway Report” from Thursday morning on KIK-FM: Don’t mis...

This is what it’s all about! What a beautiful site! Racing family is the best family

We are only 8 days away from the Fall Classic 🏁
Please help us spread the word.
πŸš—We have also added the Hornet's unsanctioned to the lineup for both days "NO VTECHS, NO RACING TIRES, STOCK CARS. BOTH IMCA AND WISSOTA CARS WILL BE LEGAL. πŸš—

[09/01/19]   Only 45 min to get some breakfast at the concession stands. Go get some great breakfast!

[08/31/19]   Come out tonight for the first night of the labor day special and the Fallen Lineman Mod makeup 6pm

🍽 This Sunday morning we will be serving up breakfast from 8am to 10am. $7.00 a plate which includes biscuit and gravy, scrambled eggs, sausage links and cubed potatoes. πŸ˜‹

First Rv has pulled in! Make sure to tell your friends the place to be this weekend is the Viking speedway!

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Feature winners from 8.24.19

Come on out to our enduro race today at 3pm!!!

[08/24/19]   Come on out for championship night. Points battles are tight. Green flag drops at 630 sharp.

Drivers Take A Look πŸ‘€ The
Clean Sweep Bonus Is Growing:

$200 πŸ’΅ Street Stocks- Laser Straightened Rearends by Jim Nieland

$150 πŸ’΅ Super Stocks- Lakes Area Seamless Gutters

$100 πŸ’΅ Limited Late Models- H&R Block of Alexandria and Evansville

$50 πŸ’΅ Modifieds- Mounsdon Stump Grinding

$50 πŸ’΅ Midwest Modifies- SHAA Construction

Fans there will be power wheels racing for the little ones during intermission on Saturday night!! Charge up your power wheels and get your kids excited to race in front of a big crowd! We will have you line them up down by the flag stand before the races start then they will race on the track at intermission for prizes!

And remember Sunday is our enduro race @3:00pm!!! Will be a great time

Season championship night this Saturday night racing starts at 6:30pm.

Modifieds: Dustin Bitzan and Brady Gerdes are tied
B Mods: Brock Gronwold leads Nick Bruder
Streets: Andrew Bangsund holds of Jim Williams
Supers: Trevor Saurer leads Jeff Crouse by 26
Limited: Ryan Mikkelson leads Ben Wolden by 29

Come out and see who are 2019 track champions will be!!!

[08/16/19]   Reminder there is no races this Saturday do to the fair. Drivers if you are looking for a place to go this Sunday one of our Great title sponsors Greeley Plumbing and Heat is for paying for the entrance fee for any driver who has not raced at Granity City. Head on out to Granity City Speedway and check out some great racing. See everyone August 24th for our Championship night.

[08/13/19]   We have a booth available for the demo!!! $300 gets you the booth and 15 tickets into the demo.

[08/11/19]   2019 Viking Speedway
Demo at the Fair
FRIDAY AUGUST 16th
2019 Viking Speedway Demolition Derby Rules
PLEASE READ ALL RULES AS THEY HAVE BEEN CHANGED

General Rules
The following items are not allowed on or in the cars: glass, windows, lights, no mirrors, loose objects, trailer hitches, door handles, vehicle ornaments. No profanity on the vehicles. All chrome side moldings, rocker panel moldings, balancing weights and hubcaps must be removed. All items must be removed PRIOR to entering the derby pit area.

Any vehicles with rims or tires in trunk, radiators inside of car, sand or cement in frames or any additional metal will be disqualified. You may use screening over your windshield.

All vehicles require a sign permanently affixed to the roof of the vehicle. The sign must be at least 12” x 12” in size and have the vehicle’s number clearly marked on both sides.

Driver’s must compete. No sandbagging. You must make a hit every two minutes. Hits must be aggressive. If officials feel you are not honestly competing, you will be disqualified.

Ramming of driver’s door will be grounds for immediate disqualification. If door is not florescent or contrasting in color, it becomes hard for the officials to catch.

No alcoholic beverages or drugs are permitted in the derby pit area. All vehicles in the derby or pit area are subject to search at any time.

All vehicles may be re-inspected at any time.

All electric fuel pumps must have shut off switch.

Drivers must wear eye protection and helmet and wear your seatbelt.

Drivers may not wear shorts.

Cars must have working breaks.

All vehicles must have 2 holes 10” cut in hood over exhaust manifolds for fire safety.

Battery must be inside car and must be covered in rubber.

Factor gas tanks must be removed. No plastic tanks. Must be covered in rubber.


PURE STOCK CHAIN CLASS RULES
(Full Size and Compacts)

All cars acceptable EXCEPT Imperials, convertibles and hearses
No more than 2 chains per door, each chain can only wrap 1 time.
Exhaust stacks are allowed
Hood and trunk allowed two chains each, one wrap and one bolt
Factory dash must be intact / no dash bars allowed
Factory transmission coolers only allowed
Factory shifter only
No ignition modification allowed
No pre-denting allowed
Must have factory bumpers – no added metal
Must leave original body mounts and bolts
Bumper brackets must remain stock for that make, model and year of car
D.O.T. street approved tires only
This will be a chain-and-go class – only modifications are as stated above
Absolutely no cutting or welding to car prior to demo derby.

Β½ TON TRUCK CHAIN CLASS RULES
NO WELDING EXCEPT WHERE SPECIFIED
Driver’s door ONLY may be welded shut
Each door is allowed one wrap per door – no welding allowed
No more than 2 chains per door, each chain can only have 1 wrap. Hood and tailgate will be allowed 4 chains each 1 wrap per chain.
Dash bar and bar behind driver’s seat will be allowed and can be connected to dash bar. Connecting bar on passenger side must be 6” from passenger door. No down bars or kickers from cage. 4” dia. max.
Transmission coolers allowed.
Rubber bushing may be removed from between the frame and the body.
Exhaust stacks are allowed
Shifting linkage may be modified
Welded position traction will be allowed.
Pre-denting will be allowed.
No added sheet metal around wheel wells – trimming is acceptable.
Engine may be chained – no welding
Minor allowances will be made for trucks previously ran in other demo derbies.
Sliding drive shafts will be allowed
Any OEM bumper allowed. Hard nosing allowed; no metal added to frame
Bumper brackets must remain stock for that make, model and year
OEM bumpers may be stuffed - 30” to top of bumper
Bolting of A arms is allowed if the bumper height restrictions remain in regulation
Pre-run trucks may have no more than 12” of plating per frame rail – no cradles swaps
Radi barrels and transmission coolers are allowed
Up to 8 bolts total may be used to secure box to frame – no more than 1” diameter
Lower engine cradle allowed
No full engine cradles
No mid plates allowed
No pully protectors allowed
No carb halos
No distributer protectors
Leaf springs allowed on 1974 and newer – NO extra clamping or welding – front springs must remain factory

LIGHT WELD CLASS RULES
NO WELDING EXCEPT WHERE SPECIFIED
All cars are acceptable except Imperials, convertibles and hearses
All doors may be welded shut – 5” on 5” off
Hood may be secured by no more than 4 – ¾” all thread. Only 2 may go to frame
Trunk may be welded 5” on 5” off or 4 – ¾” all thread. Only 2 may go to frame.
Transmission coolers allowed
Hybrid rear ends are allowed. No leaf conversions allowed
Rubber bushing may be removed from between the frame and the body
Exhaust stacks are allowed
Shifting linkage may be modified
Pre-denting will be allowed
No added sheet metal around wheel wells – trimming is acceptable
No mid plate
No pully protector
No carb halos
No distributor protectors
Lower engine cradles allowed
No full engine cradles
No gas tank protector
Minor allowances will be made for cars running in previous demo derbies at the official’s discretion
Sliding drive shafts will be allowed
Any OEM bumper allowed. Hard nosing allowed, no metal added to frame
OEM bumpers may be stuffed
Bolting or welding of A arms is allowed as long as the bumper height restrictions remain in regulation. 18” to bottom of bumper.
Pre-run cars may have no more than 12’ of plating per frame rail
No cradles swaps
Radi barrels are allowed
Transmission coolers are allowed
Cage may be 4” max. No down bars or kickers from cage.
No hump plates

MIGHTY-MINIS
Class includes mini trucks and mini vans
No V8 engines
No all-wheel drive
All trucks are acceptable including 4 x 4 trucks (one drive shaft must be removed)
No dash bar kickers
Kickers from core support allowed no farther than 12 inches back from the core support
Gas tank protectors are allowed
May cap C-channel frame from front bumper to fire wall only
Pre-run trucks may have no more than 24” of plating per frame rail
Motor may be welded in. Brackets must be behind engine pulley left to right up to four spots with no more than 4” of weld on frame.
Transmission coolers allowed
Chain hood to bumper with no more than one chain cut to length, with one strap and one bolt to hold chain together or may use 6 bolts up to 1” x 10” only to frame for securing hood.
Must have 6” hole in cab and box for gas line
Cage material no larger than 4 inch tubing
Eight extra bolts allowed in floor of box using no larger than 4” x 4” washers. No larger than 3” x 3” x ¼” angle iron can be welded inside to secure tailgate to box. Fenders and inner fenders can be bolted together using no more than 5, 3/8” x 1” bolts on each fender. Tailgate can be welded to rear bumper using a metal plate no wider than the width of the truck bed x 12” x ¼”
Front suspension can be solid. A-arms can be welded but no reinforcements. Reinforced tie rods accepted.
Bumpers can be welded (any OEM bumper) to the frame. No extension of frame. Bumper height no higher than 30” from the ground to the top of bumper. May have homemade bumpers.

MODIFIED RULES

All cars are acceptable except Imperials, convertibles and hearses
Homemade, stock appearing bumpers allowed
May replace stock bumper brackets with 14” x 4” 3/8” plate steel. Front A-arm forward
No reinforced suspension, no welded shocks or springs (no truck springs)
The trunk lid may be welded shut and trunk lid may be secured by no more than four one-inch bolts, only 2 to the frame. No straps may be welded to the bumper or frame
May fully weld all doors shut
Radiators must remain in stock position. Radiator barrels are allowed. they must be attached to core supports only and NOT to frame. 4 spots only, 3/8” bolts max or 4-4” welds – NO KICKERS. Radiator must be vented.
Transmission coolers are allowed, but must be covered in rubber.
Cars manufactured without a center post may be equipped with a strap no larger than 4” wide and ¼” thick welded on the roof and door
Halo bars allowed, can be welded or bolted the roof with 2 bolts and either welded to the floor tin or cage – NOT BOTH
Hood may be secured with 6 bolts 1” max – only 4 may be mounted through the frame
Transmission braces will be allowed
Hump plates are allowed
A gas tank protector is allowed. may be constructed with no more than 4” OD material
Distributor protectors will be allowed
Pre-demoed cars will be assessed by officials at the time of check-in and admission will be at their discretion
Hybrid rear-ends are allowed. may use any automotive rear axle with up to 9 leaf springs, max with 6 clamps per side. NO LEAF CONVERSIONS
Front A-arms may be bolted or chained down or welded
Sliding drive shafts will be allowed
Pre-run cars may have no more than 24” of plating per frame rail
Safety cage will be allowed, 4” max
Engine cradles will be allowed w/or without steel motor mounts
Solid front suspension bumper height = 18” max to bottom of bumper
KICKERS ALLOWED

These are the remaining classes that will use the Modified Rules
FULL-SIZE MODIFIED CARS
Refer to Modified rules
1976 & older GM and 1978 & older Ford and Chrysler – NO 80s and newer
1977 and newer GM’s, 1979 and newer Ford and Chrysler
No swapping suspensions on Vic’s must remain factory

COMPACT MODIFIED CLASS

Refer to modified rules
Compact modified – No V-8 engines
Maximum wheel base of 104 15/16” rear wheel drive to a maximum wheel base of 107.5” front wheel drive

COMPACT CHAIN CLASS
Refer to chain stock rules
Compact chain – No V-8 engines
Maximum wheel base of 104 15/16” rear wheel drive to a maximum wheel base of 107.5” front wheel drive

DERBY SCHEDULE
Friday
Pits open at 3:00 p.m. and Derby starts at 6:45 p.m.
All Classes Running Friday Night

For more information on rules contact Robert Engfer at 320-760-9673

VIKING SPEEDWAY

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2019 Viking Speedway
Demo at the Fair
FRIDAY AUGUST 16th
2019 Viking Speedway Demolition Derby Rules
PLEASE READ ALL RULES AS THEY HAVE BEEN CHANGED

General Rules
The following items are not allowed on or in the cars: glass, windows, lights, no mirrors, loose objects, trailer hitches, door handles, vehicle ornaments. No profanity on the vehicles. All chrome side moldings, rocker panel moldings, balancing weights and hubcaps must be removed. All items must be removed PRIOR to entering the derby pit area.

Any vehicles with rims or tires in trunk, radiators inside of car, sand or cement in frames or any additional metal will be disqualified. You may use screening over your windshield.

All vehicles require a sign permanently affixed to the roof of the vehicle. The sign must be at least 12” x 12” in size and have the vehicle’s number clearly marked on both sides.

Driver’s must compete. No sandbagging. You must make a hit every two minutes. Hits must be aggressive. If officials feel you are not honestly competing, you will be disqualified.

Ramming of driver’s door will be grounds for immediate disqualification. If door is not florescent or contrasting in color, it becomes hard for the officials to catch.

No alcoholic beverages or drugs are permitted in the derby pit area. All vehicles in the derby or pit area are subject to search at any time.

All vehicles may be re-inspected at any time.

All electric fuel pumps must have shut off switch.

Drivers must wear eye protection and helmet and wear your seatbelt.

Drivers may not wear shorts.

Cars must have working breaks.

All vehicles must have 2 holes 10” cut in hood over exhaust manifolds for fire safety.

Battery must be inside car and must be covered in rubber.

Factor gas tanks must be removed. No plastic tanks. Must be covered in rubber.


PURE STOCK CHAIN CLASS RULES
(Full Size and Compacts)

All cars acceptable EXCEPT Imperials, convertibles and hearses
No more than 2 chains per door, each chain can only wrap 1 time.
Exhaust stacks are allowed
Hood and trunk allowed two chains each, one wrap and one bolt
Factory dash must be intact / no dash bars allowed
Factory transmission coolers only allowed
Factory shifter only
No ignition modification allowed
No pre-denting allowed
Must have factory bumpers – no added metal
Must leave original body mounts and bolts
Bumper brackets must remain stock for that make, model and year of car
D.O.T. street approved tires only
This will be a chain-and-go class – only modifications are as stated above
Absolutely no cutting or welding to car prior to demo derby.

Β½ TON TRUCK CHAIN CLASS RULES
NO WELDING EXCEPT WHERE SPECIFIED
Driver’s door ONLY may be welded shut
Each door is allowed one wrap per door – no welding allowed
No more than 2 chains per door, each chain can only have 1 wrap. Hood and tailgate will be allowed 4 chains each 1 wrap per chain.
Dash bar and bar behind driver’s seat will be allowed and can be connected to dash bar. Connecting bar on passenger side must be 6” from passenger door. No down bars or kickers from cage. 4” dia. max.
Transmission coolers allowed.
Rubber bushing may be removed from between the frame and the body.
Exhaust stacks are allowed
Shifting linkage may be modified
Welded position traction will be allowed.
Pre-denting will be allowed.
No added sheet metal around wheel wells – trimming is acceptable.
Engine may be chained – no welding
Minor allowances will be made for trucks previously ran in other demo derbies.
Sliding drive shafts will be allowed
Any OEM bumper allowed. Hard nosing allowed; no metal added to frame
Bumper brackets must remain stock for that make, model and year
OEM bumpers may be stuffed - 30” to top of bumper
Bolting of A arms is allowed if the bumper height restrictions remain in regulation
Pre-run trucks may have no more than 12” of plating per frame rail – no cradles swaps
Radi barrels and transmission coolers are allowed
Up to 8 bolts total may be used to secure box to frame – no more than 1” diameter
Lower engine cradle allowed
No full engine cradles
No mid plates allowed
No pully protectors allowed
No carb halos
No distributer protectors
Leaf springs allowed on 1974 and newer – NO extra clamping or welding – front springs must remain factory

LIGHT WELD CLASS RULES
NO WELDING EXCEPT WHERE SPECIFIED
All cars are acceptable except Imperials, convertibles and hearses
All doors may be welded shut – 5” on 5” off
Hood may be secured by no more than 4 – ¾” all thread. Only 2 may go to frame
Trunk may be welded 5” on 5” off or 4 – ¾” all thread. Only 2 may go to frame.
Transmission coolers allowed
Hybrid rear ends are allowed. No leaf conversions allowed
Rubber bushing may be removed from between the frame and the body
Exhaust stacks are allowed
Shifting linkage may be modified
Pre-denting will be allowed
No added sheet metal around wheel wells – trimming is acceptable
No mid plate
No pully protector
No carb halos
No distributor protectors
Lower engine cradles allowed
No full engine cradles
No gas tank protector
Minor allowances will be made for cars running in previous demo derbies at the official’s discretion
Sliding drive shafts will be allowed
Any OEM bumper allowed. Hard nosing allowed, no metal added to frame
OEM bumpers may be stuffed
Bolting or welding of A arms is allowed as long as the bumper height restrictions remain in regulation. 18” to bottom of bumper.
Pre-run cars may have no more than 12’ of plating per frame rail
No cradles swaps
Radi barrels are allowed
Transmission coolers are allowed
Cage may be 4” max. No down bars or kickers from cage.
No hump plates

MIGHTY-MINIS
Class includes mini trucks and mini vans
No V8 engines
No all-wheel drive
All trucks are acceptable including 4 x 4 trucks (one drive shaft must be removed)
No dash bar kickers
Kickers from core support allowed no farther than 12 inches back from the core support
Gas tank protectors are allowed
May cap C-channel frame from front bumper to fire wall only
Pre-run trucks may have no more than 24” of plating per frame rail
Motor may be welded in. Brackets must be behind engine pulley left to right up to four spots with no more than 4” of weld on frame.
Transmission coolers allowed
Chain hood to bumper with no more than one chain cut to length, with one strap and one bolt to hold chain together or may use 6 bolts up to 1” x 10” only to frame for securing hood.
Must have 6” hole in cab and box for gas line
Cage material no larger than 4 inch tubing
Eight extra bolts allowed in floor of box using no larger than 4” x 4” washers. No larger than 3” x 3” x ¼” angle iron can be welded inside to secure tailgate to box. Fenders and inner fenders can be bolted together using no more than 5, 3/8” x 1” bolts on each fender. Tailgate can be welded to rear bumper using a metal plate no wider than the width of the truck bed x 12” x ¼”
Front suspension can be solid. A-arms can be welded but no reinforcements. Reinforced tie rods accepted.
Bumpers can be welded (any OEM bumper) to the frame. No extension of frame. Bumper height no higher than 30” from the ground to the top of bumper. May have homemade bumpers.

MODIFIED RULES

All cars are acceptable except Imperials, convertibles and hearses
Homemade, stock appearing bumpers allowed
May replace stock bumper brackets with 14” x 4” 3/8” plate steel. Front A-arm forward
No reinforced suspension, no welded shocks or springs (no truck springs)
The trunk lid may be welded shut and trunk lid may be secured by no more than four one-inch bolts, only 2 to the frame. No straps may be welded to the bumper or frame
May fully weld all doors shut
Radiators must remain in stock position. Radiator barrels are allowed. they must be attached to core supports only and NOT to frame. 4 spots only, 3/8” bolts max or 4-4” welds – NO KICKERS. Radiator must be vented.
Transmission coolers are allowed, but must be covered in rubber.
Cars manufactured without a center post may be equipped with a strap no larger than 4” wide and ¼” thick welded on the roof and door
Halo bars allowed, can be welded or bolted the roof with 2 bolts and either welded to the floor tin or cage – NOT BOTH
Hood may be secured with 6 bolts 1” max – only 4 may be mounted through the frame
Transmission braces will be allowed
Hump plates are allowed
A gas tank protector is allowed. may be constructed with no more than 4” OD material
Distributor protectors will be allowed
Pre-demoed cars will be assessed by officials at the time of check-in and admission will be at their discretion
Hybrid rear-ends are allowed. may use any automotive rear axle with up to 9 leaf springs, max with 6 clamps per side. NO LEAF CONVERSIONS
Front A-arms may be bolted or chained down or welded
Sliding drive shafts will be allowed
Pre-run cars may have no more than 24” of plating per frame rail
Safety cage will be allowed, 4” max
Engine cradles will be allowed w/or without steel motor mounts
Solid front suspension bumper height = 18” max to bottom of bumper
KICKERS ALLOWED

These are the remaining classes that will use the Modified Rules
FULL-SIZE MODIFIED CARS
Refer to Modified rules
1976 & older GM and 1978 & older Ford and Chrysler – NO 80s and newer
1977 and newer GM’s, 1979 and newer Ford and Chrysler
No swapping suspensions on Vic’s must remain factory

COMPACT MODIFIED CLASS

Refer to modified rules
Compact modified – No V-8 engines
Maximum wheel base of 104 15/16” rear wheel drive to a maximum wheel base of 107.5” front wheel drive

COMPACT CHAIN CLASS
Refer to chain stock rules
Compact chain – No V-8 engines
Maximum wheel base of 104 15/16” rear wheel drive to a maximum wheel base of 107.5” front wheel drive

DERBY SCHEDULE
Friday
Pits open at 3:00 p.m. and Derby starts at 6:45 p.m.
All Classes Running Friday Night

For more information on rules contact Robert Engfer at 320-760-9673

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Viking Speedway is a Β½ mile semi-banked clay oval that that races Four WISSOTA sanctioned classes; Modifieds, Super Stocks, Midwest Modifieds and Street Stocks, and Limited Late Models every Saturday night from the end of April through Labor Day, including the Viking Fall Classic in September. More information can be found at http://vikingspeedway.myracepass.com

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