The NMRA’s twentieth season is now complete. The racing is done, the champions are crowned, and most importantly, all-Ford drag racing is alive and well—which I believe is a direct result of the NMRA’s effects on Ford performance and the aftermarket as a whole.
Heads-up drag racing is immensely expensive; the NMRA aims to keep costs down with the Coyote Stock class, designed to contain the costs of building a competitive engine. We dig deep with the competitors to find out what makes this class so popular – and so controversial. More inside!
The NMRA’s racers shook off the winter rust and made their way to sunny Bradenton, Florida, for the opening event of the 2016 racing season. Drama, record-setting passes, and fun in the sun for all. Check out Front Street Media’s take on the event right here!