ProMedia Events & Publishing is revved up to get back to racing action at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway for the combined Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center NMRA/NMCA Power Festival presented by HPJ Performance May 28-31 after the unscheduled change in plans over the last month.
Racing officials have decided to expand the NMCA Mickey Thompson Street Outlaw category to four events in 2020 instead of the scheduled three that was announced two months ago. Mickey Thompson Street Outlaw will compete with its NMRA colleagues during NMRA/NMCA Power Festival (World Wide Technology Raceway), NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals (Atlanta Dragway), Nitto Tire NMRA/NMCA Street-Legal Drag Racing, and the Nitrous Supply All-American Nationals (Summit Motorsports Park).
“The NMCA Mickey Thompson Street Outlaw category was originally scheduled for the tour stops at Atlanta Dragway, World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway, and Route 66 Raceway, so when we added the NMRA classes to the Power Festival at World Wide Technology Raceway and All-American Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park, we figured it would be fun to run the NMCA cars with the Mustangs,” said Rollie Miller, General Manager and National Event Director at ProMedia Events & Publishing, the parent company of the Holley NMRA Ford Nationals and NMCA Muscle Car Nationals.
The NMRA’s VP Racing Maddatives Street Outlaw will continue to run for its own championship battle using the split point’s system that has been employed with the combination events in Georgia and Illinois for the last decade. Complete rules and payouts are listed on the national event series websites, www.NMCAdigital.com or www.NMRAdigital.com.
For more information about the Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center NMRA/NMCA Power Festival presented by HPJ Performance at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway (Madison, IL) over the weekend of May 28-31, 2020, please visit www.NMCAdigital.com/STL.