A longtime supporter of the NMCA Muscle Car Nationals, Chevrolet Performance confirmed its commitment to grassroots competition by signing a new 3-year deal continuing as a major sponsor with the national event series dedicated to Detroit Iron.
Beginning January 1st, 2024, A head and neck restraint device/system meeting SFI 38.1 is mandatory for any vehicle running 150 mph or faster for 1/4 or 1/8 mile or running 7.49 (1/4 Mile) or 4.49 (1/8 Mile) E.T. or quicker or by class requirements.
Take a quick look at the most consistent winners in the Red Line Oil NMCA Drag Racing series and the Holley NMRA Drag Racing series and a common thread begins to emerge; many of the most successful racers in both series rely on Manley parts to help find the winner’s circle.
Beginning January 1st, 2024, A head and neck restraint device/system meeting SFI 38.1 is mandatory for any vehicle running 150 mph or faster for 1/4 or 1/8 mile or running 7.49 (1/4 Mile) or 4.49 (1/8 Mile) E.T. or quicker or by Class Requirements.
Attention NMCA Drag Racing competitors, we just passed the mid-season point of our 2023 season. It is that time of the year that the Tech Department has requested that all Mid-Season Rule Requests be turned in by the May 21st Deadline.
Drag racing is a sport where success is measured in inches and mere fractions on the clock. And while a typical race takes just seconds to complete, hours of preparation are commonplace, whether it’s at the shop or at the track.
Florida is a hotbed for drag racing in March and the heat was turned up last weekend as NHRA season kicked off at the 54th Annual Gatornationals. The Gators falls in between the NMRA season-opener and the NMCA kick-off, where this weekend racers take to the track at Orlando Speed World.
Born into a racing family, owner/operator of Turn Key Automotive and the COPO COPO Parts Direct, Richard Rinke dedicated his career to crafting perfectly race-ready Chevrolet COPO Camaros on behalf of General Motors to help enthusiasts achieve their drag racing dreams.