CASBD
Getting Started
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT RACING DIVISIONS?

Stock Division: The Stock division is for racers age 7-13 years old. Stock cars can accommodate a racer up
to (Approximately) 5'3" tall and 125 pounds. The Stock car, a lean-forward design, is sold as a kit which
includes everything needed for racing with the exception of Z-Glas racing wheels and weights. Because
painting is not permitted on the Stock car shell, drivers have their choice of purchasing one of three colored
shells: red, blue or white. Builders should allow 4-6 hours to assemble their Stock division car.

Super Stock Division: The Super Stock division is designed for racers age 9-17 years old. Super Stock cars
can accommodate a larger racer up to (Approximately) 6'0" tall and 150 pounds. The Super Stock, a
lean-forward designed car, is also sold as a kit which includes everything needed for racing with the
exception of Z-Glas racing wheels and weights. Builders should allow 4-6 hours to assemble their Super
Stock division car.

Masters Division: The Masters division (also known as Scottie) is for racers age 10-20 years old and is driven
by the more experienced drivers. Masters cars can accommodate a child up to (Approximately) 6'0" tall and
160 pounds. Because of the lay-down (enclosed) design of the Masters car, small drivers are also
competitive in this division.
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