Saturday March 22 at 11:30 in the pits at Tucson Raceway, We will have a special owners meeting to go over PIT STOPS and TIRES.
SPECIAL NOTE: SPOILER
A. We do not want any end cap support going forward.
B. You can have a support in the center going forward, but it must be 12 inches from the end cap and cannot be longer that 10 inches and must taper down from the top of the spoiler to zero.
Over the last several years, the circle-track world has come around slowly to the idea of using fuel-injection in its rulesets. Dave Arce of Arce Enterprises and the Fuel Injection Racing Association is spearheading the revolution on one front in the Lucas Oil Modifieds Series, The LOMS holds short-track events on the West Coast, and up until recently, had a closed set of rules that permitted carburetion only for its racers. Arce, looking to lower costs and increase participation, devised a way to change the status quo. The engine rules for the class state a 410 cubic-inch maximum, with iron engine blocks. Any American-make engine is allowed, but it must be able to be used in a conventional passenger car without modifications – which means that the racers have been somewhat limited in engine selection in years past. In addition, aluminum cylinder heads are permitted, but must carry an extra 50-pound weight adder, leaving Arce to work hard to develop a new program.
CORONA, California (March 5, 2014) – It took a day longer than anticipated to complete, but the first weekend of racing in the Lucas Oil Modified Series indicated that what everyone has been saying is true: The competition this season is going to be fierce.
Corona, CA (Mar. 6, 2014) - LoanMart, a leading provider of specialty lending services, has enhanced its association with Team Lucas in 2014 by now sponsoring the Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Series in Southern California. This new commitment compliments the company's ongoing involvement in the Lucas Oil Modified Series presented by LoanMart.