For once, the weather held out, and we witnessed support in droves. The number of vehicles in our lot was staggering, and the amazing turnout delighted us.
We like that the weather forecast doesn’t dictate our event’s attendance. Swag bags, refreshments, and eye-catching builds rewarded those who braved the rain.
Better late than never, Formula Drift’s first-ever doubleheader event in St. Louis showcased everything we can expect from the exciting series in 2020.
When the tire smoke and the skies cleared, we had witnessed one of the most spectacular NMRA/NMCA drag racing events we’ll see this year!
Finishing first place in class and ninth overall at Pikes Peak sounds like a dream result, but the drama that unfolded leading up to it was anything but.
Mother Nature planned to rain on our parade, but we still hosted our second Cars & Coffee event of 2020 without interruption, and the turnout was fantastic!
The Drivers Project presented by Turn 14 Distribution mixes modified vehicles, industry influencers, and a unique, packed itinerary into a three-day excursion like no other.
The Speed Demon has consistently been the fastest, most resilient traditionally powered car in land speed racing history, and 2020’s Speed Week proved it.
Despite the content that makes up many of our social media feeds, car culture and enthusiasm is rooted in friendships, motorsports, and events like MPACT.
The 2020 racing season has been full of obstacles; the NMRA and NMCA faced yet another one in the form of Mother Nature while trying to complete the Super Bowl of Street Legal Drag Racing.