Drag Racing and Thrill Show Set for NMCA and NMRA Return to Rockingham for the All Star Nationals presented by Sipple’s Speed & Performance
In just three short years, the NMRA/NMCA All Star Nationals at historic Rockingham Dragway has become a “must attend” event for any automotive enthusiast. This year, the action takes place April 11-14, and it will mark the official kick off of the Red Line Oil NMCA Drag Racing Series for 2024.
Where It All Started—Quick Fuel Technology
A longtime bracket racer, Marvin Benoit enjoyed a career in which his hobby was also his profession. While employed at Holley in the 1990s, Benoit participated in the technical side of research and development of the HP carburetor. He gained a tremendous amount of knowledge over the years, and, eventually went into business with his former boss, Marty Brown, to create Quick Fuel Technology.
Battle Ready— Everything You Need to Know about NMCA’s new Street Warrior 10.10 Debuting this Season
The newest class to join the Red Line Oil NMCA Muscle Car Nationals drag racing series for 2024, Scoggin Dickey Parts Center Street Warrior 10.10 Presented by Chevrolet Performance, is set to debut to the world on April 11-14 at North Carolina’s Rockingham Dragway as part of the NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals, and all eyes will be on the class to watch its historic inception.
Meet The NMRA NMCA Staff— Steve Turner

A career content creator and dedicated auto enthusiast, Steve Turner is the current editor of Fastest Street Car magazine, the official publication of NMRA and NMCA. A former editor at SVTPerformance.com, FordMuscle.com, FordNXT.com, and 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords magazine, he is a contributor to a wide range of automotive magazines and websites.


Not A Nova—Joe Garcia’s beautiful Buick Apollo
Throughout his life, Joe Garcia has always somehow ended up with a Buick in his garage. After owning several, his current 1974 Buick Apollo GSX has taken him for quite the ride and he’s enjoying both the thrill of racing it as well as the peace of mind of the build being fairly maintenance-free.
Family Values—The Falk family’s HHP-Prepped Challenger SRT Hellcat proves its worth in the Dodge // Mopar HEMI Shootout
Darrell Falk, a mechanic by trade, raised his son, Tommy, to follow in his footsteps. From the shop to the streets, Tommy showed an aptitude for racing and an affinity for performance. Now, the two generations of Falk men are campaigning their 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat in multiple categories.
Continuous Improvement—Keith Seymore is committed to honing his skills and his combo no matter which class he races in
Growing up in Michigan with a family employed by General Motors, it was inevitable that Keith Seymore would follow the same path and that he would wind up campaigning a Chevrolet of his own. For more than four decades, he transformed his hand-me-down 1974 Chevelle into a consistent winner through a system of stead and continuous improvement.
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