NASCAR MADness Series

A formal racing series that involves multiple tracks, NASCAR bodies, and virtually every current club platform we run. The schedule is five (5) events, three on ovals, and two on road courses. Classes may vary but the livery will always be NASCAR. One race in each event will be a “featured” extended lap race, which could be up to 300-laps in length, with fuel stops required.

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Introducing the NASCAR MADness Series. All the same cars we’ve been running in the last two exciting series. The only difference is a NASCAR body. The big trophy for the winner of the series is the same also.

Car Platform:

Decided by Race Director on a event by event basis.

Car Tech:
Just prior to each driver qualifying, their car will be quickly visually inspected and two measurements will be taken: 1) The car with body installed must pass through standard 1-5/16 tech block; 2) The car’s downforce will be measured on a host-chosen standard VRP MDM. The specific maximum downforce limit is a variable but will be announced prior to each race. The car will also be tested on a VRP Dyno. Any car producing extraordinary RPM’s will be set aside and further scrutinized by race officials.

Bodies, of course, can be any late-model American sedan. The body can be hard or soft. Bodies can be lowered but must cover all four wheels as observed from directly above.

Racing Formats:

This series will consist of three oval course events and two road course events. All races will include fuel allocations and pit stops. Qualifying may also be included in oval events.

The points system for this series is the same: 16, 13, 11, 7, 6, 5 4, 3, 2, 1. Points are earned for completed races only, no heat points are awarded. Drivers after third place will receive Finished Ahead Of points. Click here for details.

Entry Fees:
No entree fee for regular Stewart Raceway members. Driver donations to help defray the cost of “end of series” awards are welcome, of course.

Event Hosting:
To make it easier on hosts and hostesses, providing anything other than the typical drinks and snacks is optional. Drivers are strongly encouraged to bring snacks and/or drinks also. This will help keep costs down to a minimum and hosting a bit easier on track operators. Unless otherwise specified in event announcements, participants should plan on bringing their own lunch or paying for their own sandwich from the local deli. Of course, participants are free to “donate” to track operators to help defray costs and track operators are encouraged to have a donation “bowl” (or wheelbarrow) accessible at each event.

Per event awards are optional and up to the hosting track owner. Hosting track operators are required to post current or previous series standings. At the final race of the series, the winner of the series will be awarded a mondo trophy to take home to proudly display.

Each track operator decides what, if any, additional awards are provided for each event and the series finale.


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