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Street Warrior 10.10 Joins The NMCA Battle At 2024 Season Opener In Rockingham

Posted By: Evan J. Smith

August 3, 2023 - Born of technology and ingenuity, fast street cars are all the rage in modern drag racing. Beginning with its first event of the 2024 season, NMCA provides a new class for low-10-second street/strip machines to battle on the quarter-mile — Scoggin Dickey Parts Center Street Warrior 10.10 presented by Chevrolet Performance. 

“We’ve seen huge growth among our street-car classes in both the NMCA and NMRA series,” said Rollie Miller, General Manager & National Event Director of NMCA. “Street Warrior 10.10 will open the door for really quick, GM-powered street cars to compete on the national stage and earn payout and pro level contingency money while competing for a championship.”

Debuting at Rockingham Dragway on April 11-14, 2024 as part of the NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals, Scoggin Dickey Parts Center Street Warrior 10.10 presented by Chevrolet Performance will showcase street-legal (including current registration and valid insurance) rides capable of running single-digit elapsed time but competing with a single index. Run with a heads-up start on a .400 Pro Tree and running the full quarter mile, Street Warrior 10.10 competitors will be randomly paired via chip draw during eliminations. 

“We’re excited about the Street Warrior 10.10 class being open to anything under the sun that’s got a GM powerplant in it, including the wide range of crate engines from Chevrolet Performance,” Warren Ekery, Event Marketing Coordinator at Scoggin Dickey Parts Center, said. “It will be fun to see where it goes because it opens participation up to so many more street-car racers. They can come out and run on an index class and they don’t have to try to be competitive with the seasoned heads-up racers with purpose-built race cars.”

Scoggin Dickey Parts Center Street Warrior 10.10 presented by Chevrolet Performance is a season points championship class set to run during every Red Line Oil NMCA Muscle Car Nationals event. Competing vehicles must be motivated by General Motors engines — including Chevrolet, Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, and GM — powerplants. Winners of the class will take home $1,000, runners-up will score $400, semifinalists will earn $125, and quarterfinalists will drive away with $50. There is also pro level NMCA contingency available, which pays $350 to the winner and $175 to the runner-up per qualified product. Stay tuned for possible Chevrolet Performance crate engine bounties for purchases made through Scoggin Dickey Parts Center.

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