It’s not a Bomber but it’s a prototype for a Bullring mini stock cage with an estimated price of $500, installed, $225 in kit form with some additional cost options like Petty bar, Earnhardt bar, intrusion panel, etc. Looking at the rules again I’ll need to add a third driver side door bar. At first they were calling it a Hornet class. Hornets are the new mini stock type, late model street car, front wheel drive, 4 cylinder class for entry level racing out at the Bullring this year. These measurements were taken from a 99 Ford Escort, which is a common Ford platform for this type of car and used as a platform for Ford compacts during that era. I’ve also got measurements from a 99 Chevrolet Monte Carlo which was a popular platform for comfat sedans at the time. Mini Stock is popular in other areas due to the low cost. Looks like they decided mini stock is a better name. I agree because most of the new folks won’t know what a Hornet is. There is a $1500 claim ($1050 track claim) on the class so this is likely the upper end of the cost spectrum to make it attractive. I’m going to build a prototype at this point and see what the Hornet racers think. The claimer makes is so the racer must do most all of the work lest they lose money if the car gets claimed.
Here’s the link to the rules….