The Carolina Eastern Mini Cup Association, Inc. (CEMCA), a South Carolina Non-Profit Corporation, is the latest Mini Cup racing association to emerge on the East Coast.
Bringing together Mini Cup racers from the eastern part of North Carolina and South Carolina, CEMCA Mini Cup racing provides all of the excitement of Nascar racing, but in only half the scale.
All cars competing in CEMCA Mini Cup Association are rigid chassis design, utilizing stock 13HP / 11HP Honda or “Honda Based” clone engines. Complete specifications covering the CEMCA Mini Cup Series is covered elsewhere on the CEMCA website.
The mission of the Carolina Eastern Mini Cup Association, Inc., hereafter referred to as CEMCA, is to promote the sport of Mini Cup racing in a safe, inexpensive and competitive manner. Safety will always take top priority in every event.
The Association supports the position that by promoting the sport of Mini Cup racing with emphasis on family values, sportsmanship and comradory, it will create a Professional Organization where racers, car owners, sponsors, fans and track owners alike will want to be involved.
CEMCA is governed by an Executive Board who are responsible for the development and implementation of rules and officiating at all racing venues where the CEMCA racers will be competing.
2016 EXECUTIVE BOARD:
Aiden Hetu 2016 CEMCA Mini Cup Series Champion
The CEMCA Mini Cup Series is the outgrowth of the efforts of Ron Barfield to attract new racers to the Dillon Motor Speedway by providing a class that was safe, fun, exciting and above all, economical.
Since the launch of the series at the beginning of the 2011 racing season, we have been growing ever since. With over 20 registered Mini Cup Teams participating in the series each year, the CEMCA Mini Cup Series is a favorite of fans at each track that we have visited. In 2011, the CEMCA Mini Cup Series was voted by the fans as the most popular class competing at Dillon Motor Speedway.
Ron Barfield and the Dillon Motor Speedway have provided the platform for the CEMCA Mini Cup Series to compete several times a month at the speedway. The commitment of Ron Barfield and the Dillon Motor Speedway to ensure the growth and success of the CEMCA Mini Cup Series is most appreciated by all of the racers and fans.
All cars must be inspected and tagged by Dillon Motor Speedway for safety. Engines may be built by anyone as long as the engine adheres to the CEMCA Mini Cup Series rules. All pre and post race inspections for compliance with the CEMCA Mini Cup Series rules will be performed by Ronnie Barfield, Technical Director for the CEMCA Mini Cup Series.
Trey Shuler 2017 CEMCA Mini Cup Series Champion