Modified stock car racing , also known as modified racing and modified , is a type of auto racing that involves purpose-built cars simultaneously racing against each other on oval tracks. First established in the United States after World War II , this type of racing was early-on characterized by its participants' modification of passenger cars in pursuit of higher speeds, hence the name. There are many sanctioning bodies for modifieds, each specifying different body styles and engine sizes. Modified racing began as race drivers modified their cars to gain a competitive advantage over their fellow competitors.
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Modified Stock Car Racing
His margin of victory was. Wayne Ramsey of Amherst, Va. Jason Dickerson of Ruckersville, Va. Barker started on the pole and led the entire event. The Hurt, Va. Twenty-six cars started the race but a rash of mishaps and attrition left just over half of the field on the track at the end.
Modified stock car racing
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Evolution of Stock Car Classes in Ontario If you are the copyright holder of any of the photos on this page and don't wish to have it on this website, contact webmaster canadianracer. Otherwise, thank you for your contribution to Canadian racing history. In order to keep this article to a reasonable size, it will focus mostly on stock car classes on paved tracks in Southern Ontario. Dirt track racing started out with similiar classes in the early 's but by the mid's the classes had diverged.