The Legacy Midwest Racing Series (LMRS) is a professional racing body that focuses on and oversees the scheduling, administration, and officiating of the regional Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana races for the LMRS cars. The LMRS also promotes other events during the year including car and trade shows.
What is the Legacy Midwest Racing Series?
The Legacy Midwest Racing Series is a regional touring series for Allison Legacy stock cars in the Midwest. The majority of drivers are residents of Illinois and Wisconsin, and series events are planned to be located at local tracks.
Can you tell me about the LMRS race car?
The LMRS Race Car is a turn key, ready to race, and precision engineered vehicle with a fiberglass body a Mazda B-2200 truck engine on a full tubular chassis and features:
Body Styles - Thunderbird or Monte Carlo
Engine - Mazda B-2200 120 HP
Fire Suppression System
Aluminum Racing Radiator and Electric Radiator Fan
4.8 Gallon Fuel System
Sealed Engine with 5 Speed Transmission with Reverse Gear
Vehicle Wheel Base - 80 Inches
Vehicle Width: 60 Inches
Length: 12 Feet 6 Inches
Height: 42 Inches
Vehicle Weight: 1425 lbs (without driver)
Tires - Hoosier or Goodyear
Wheel Size - 13" x 7" Steel Racing Wheels
Wheel Width: 7 Inches
Wheel Diameter: 13 Inches
Aluminum Front Hubs
Interchangeable and Adjustable Front End Suspension
Quick Change Rear End
Fully Adjustable 3 Link Lear Suspension
Rack and Pinion Steering
One Set of 4.86 Gears
Four Wheel Disc Brakes
Coil Over Shocks and Springs
Aluminum Racing Seat and 5 Point Safety Harness
Custom Window Safety Net
Custom Instrument Panel - Tachometer, Oil Pressure Gauge and Water Temperature Gauge
Where does the Legacy Midwest Racing Series compete?
Our series will be competing on paved asphalt oval tracks ½ mile or smaller and occasionally a road course. All tracks and events will be considered and we intend to actively participate in promoting each event and bringing fans to the Midwest's greatest race tracks while supporting and promoting our drivers.
What is a typical race format?
Races are held on asphalt tracks ½ mile or less in length with feature races being typically 15-20 laps long. The starting fields will range from 6 to 20 cars depending on the size of the track and attendance by the drivers. Drivers typically go through two practice sessions, a qualifying session, a heat race, and the feature race in a one day format.
For more information regarding the Legacy Midwest Racing Series contact us via phone or email.
Legacy Midwest Racing Series is taking registrations now, so if you already own an Allison Legacy Car, contact us now!!!!
With a base of experienced drivers returning, this is the place for you to participate in a professional racing series. If your son or daughter is just starting out or thinking about moving up with a dream of a having a professional racing career, contact us today!! We can help determine a program that will work for you and would like to follow your progress along the way!
If you are interested in racing in a professional racing series and need more info or help finding a car, please contact us via email or phone. We will be glad to answer any questions you might have.
Many drivers who are in the Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series, and Camping World Truck Series have come through The Allison Legacy Series. Along with many local late model drivers racing at local tracks. If you are looking for an economical professional racing series and want to have fun, you have found the right place!!!
True racing families know the value of taking the proper steps on their path to greatness.
Daytona 500 Winner Trevor Bayne, Regan Smith, Brian Vickers, Joey Logano, David Ragan, Erik Darnell and Kelly Bires are among the Allison Legacy Drivers who are racing in NASCAR'S most prestigious series as well as the 2009 Allison Legacy Race Series Champion Timmy Hill who has joined the ranks of the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Erik Darnell and Kelly Bires both participated and came from right here in the Midwest.