Racing Info: Entry-Level Racing: Bone Stock Chaos Cars
The Delaware Speedway Bone Stock Chaos Cars are designed to be a safety conscious, low-cost, fun-level class.
If you like thrills, meeting new people, driving cars, and generally having a great time: the Bone Stock Chaos Cars are for you!
Head down to the infield after the events and talk to a Chaos driver to learn how and why they got involved.
Vehicle Preparation Rules:
Read the rules before picking and building your car! Click Here to read the official rules for the division.
Driver Orientation Video:
Learn what will happen and where to go when you get to the track and what to do during the race in this helpful driver training video: Click Here to View the Driver Orientation Video
Bone Stock / Chaos Car Build Video
*IMPORTANT NOTE: The rub rail and bumper systems as shown being fabricated in these videos have been removed in the 2012 season and would NOT be legal for competition in the Bone Stock Series. Consult rulebook for most up to date information.
- Episode One: Team Red Baron picks up their ’94 Cavalier
- Episode Two: Team Red Baron begins preparations to strip the vehicle
- Episode Three: Team Red Baron strips the car
- Episode Four: Team Red Baron begins fabrication
- Episode Five: Team Red Baron Rigging up the Roll Cage
- Episode Six: Team Red Baron Continues the Roll Cage
- Episode Seven: Team Red Baron Continues Preparation
- Episode Eight: Team Red Baron works on Safety and Cage
- Episode Nine: Team Red Baron Finishes Up and Tests the Car
- Episode Ten: FINAL EPISODE: Team Red Baron Runs Their First Race!
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do you build one of these?
Take a look at some of the build videos (above) and see for yourself. A mini-series was prepared when the series was launched to help prospective competitors see how it’s done!
How much does a vehicle cost?
The cheapest car in the series is valued at approximately $500. The most expensive car is valued at just over $2,000. The 2011 championship car was valued at about $1,000. How cost-effective your build will be will depend on what shape your car is in (ie. if the brake lines are gone, they cost money to replace), how much spare equipment you have, and how good your fabrication skills are. As the division matures, used cars are beginning to become available.
I want to go fast and spend lots of money on my car! Will you change the rules of this division for me?
No. But if you are looking for an additional challenge where you have more options of what car to run and what can be done to it consider racing in the track’s competitive Enduro Series!
How many Bone Stock Chaos Cars are there?
When the new Bone Stock format was introduced 30 drivers arrived to compete in their first event, the Oct 15, 2011 Pumpkin Smasher. Today there over 50+ vehicles available for competition in the region.
Do Bone Stock Chaos drivers get paid?
Yes… If they do well in their race. You won’t get rich racing Bone Stock, but if you do well in your races you can take home some cash!