NASCAR Issues Technical Bulletin Outlining Rule Changes for 2018

NASCAR issued a Technical Bulletin today to NASCAR Home Tracks Members which contained the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car rule changes.

Notable changes include the addition of the Chevrolet Built “upgrade” which has been known as the “spec” engine for the last season and the Harrington Enforcer engine. Also notable is the elimination of the Ford, Chevrolet and Dodge built engines as of 2019.

The Chevrolet Built “upgrade”, Ford SR347, the Harrington Enforcer and the GM 604 crate will be the only engines allowed to compete by NASCAR rules in 2019.

CLICK HERE to read the Technical Bulletin.

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Langley Austin

Langley Austin

Langley founded what you see today because he saw a gap in coverage for Late Model Stock Cars (LMSC), which race primarily throughout the southeast region. His passion and determination for LMSC helped grow the brand of not only but the reputation of LMSC racing. While he’s not as involved today as he once was he’s still the driving force behind and is continuing to grow LMSC racing by promoting tracks and events throughout the region.