The majority of racers in our club have a near box stock car. Our racing guide has recommendations on purchasing a near box stock car along with some recommended upgrades.

Read the mini-z racing guide

The near box stock class is run on fun nights. Cars that meet this classes specifications are allowed in all classes.

You can run a Kyosho MR-03 sport right out of the box. You are allowed to do do a few minor upgrades which help make the car more consistent and durable. This class keeps the hobby inexpensive, fun, and competitive.

  • Tires - No Foam or Silicon tires
  • Wheels - Any
  • Rear suspension allowed mods
    • T-Plate - Any
    • Spring - Any
    • Shock - Stock or Kyosho oil filled
    • Rear Disk Damper - Any
    • No other suspension mods allowed unless it comes stock with your car
  • Front Suspension allowed mods
    • Springs - Any
    • Aluminum Knuckle
    • King Pin
    • No other suspension mods allowed unless it comes stock with your car
  • Pinion - Any (most people run 7, 8, or 9)
  • Bearings - Any
  • Motor Mount - Aluminum upgrade is allowed for durability and availability
  • Transmitter - Any
  • Battery - NiHM
  • No motor change is allowed. It must be a Kyosho stock brushed motor
  • Differential upgrades. Stock geared only.
  • Any other changes should be openly discussed.

Modified rules apply on HFAY nights. Cars from the near box stock class are allowed compete in this class.

HFAY is a national competition that is easy and fun for everyone to join to see how they rank nationally.

Read the HFAY Vehicle Tech Regulations

The open class is run on fun nights. Cars from lower classes are allowed to compete in this class.

Open is our newest and most experimental class. We know many people own or want to buy cars that don't fit the molds above. This is the class for you. That won't stop us from trying to beat you with our stock cars.

  • Car - Any 1:28 car
  • Motor - Any
  • Batteries - Any
  • Tires - No Foam or Silicon tires