About the USRA

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The United States Racing Association (USRA) was formed with a mission of fostering increased driver participation of competitors through cost-effective rules that do not hinder creativity, increased fan attendance at member tracks and increased sponsorship for each USRA-sanctioned member track.
 
The USRA serves as a marketing partner with the bottom line of our sanctioned tracks at interest, and we are committed to maintaining guidelines to make racing affordable and fun for all racers, without sacrificing exciting and competitive racing action for fans. The USRA is committed to providing a combination of cost-effective rules for competitors in weekly auto racing and effective marketing strategies to assist in the growth and popularity of the tracks at which they compete.
 
The American Racer KK704 is the Official Tire of the USRA, and it is a time-tested product proven to maintain a level playing field among competitors and reign in costs to the drivers as well. Our association with American Race Tires not only benefits USRA member tracks from a strategic standpoint, but also benefits USRA drivers where they need it most: their checkbook. What's more, track operators and drivers using the American Racer tire will actually see a return on their investment.
 
Through the support of dozens of national, regional and local sponsors, the USRA is able to provide local track and national points funds that are second to none for dirt track racing!
 
The USRA currently sanctions four divisions — Modifieds, Stock Cars, B-Mods and Hobby Stocks — at some of the finest speedways in America.
 
Nearly 3,000 drivers competed at USRA-sanctioned events during the 2011 racing season as they compete for some of the best weekly purses and highest points funds in their divisions and at some of the finest dirt track facilities across the fruited plain.

Latest News from the USRA

February 9, 2016
EPA seeks to prohibit conversion of vehicles into racecars
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed a regulation to prohibit conversion of vehicles originally designed for on-road use into racecars.read more
February 6, 2016
Mason City Motor Speedway unveils Pit Pass Payback
Have you heard about Mason City Motor Speedway’s new Pit Pass Payback program for the 2016 racing season? If you’re a dirt track racer, then you should hear this.read more
February 6, 2016
I-35 Speedway staff ready to race in 2016
As the racing season draws near with practice at the I-35 Speedway on Saturday, March 12, and USMTS racing Sunday, March 20, there is no time to spare preparing.read more
February 5, 2016
AFCO renews contingency program with USRA
AFCO Racing Products returns as a contingency sponsor of the United States Racing Association for the 2016 racing season, officials from the USRA announced today.read more
February 5, 2016
USRA B-Mods return to North Central Arkansas Speedway in 2016
After a one-year hiatus, the North Central Arkansas Speedway is back in action again in 2016 with USRA B-Mods highlighting the track’s Friday night program.read more
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