After calling for rain all weekend, the weather forecast looked grim for the tenth year of NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals drag racing action in Commerce, GA. Hosted by the accommodating Atlanta Dragway, the track crew, race teams, and fans collectively wished the bad weather away, and welcomed an entire weekend of racing.
Members of the NMRA and NMCA drag racing series converged on Route 66 Raceway in a competitive battle for the fastest series in America. Overall class victories would decide the winner, and it ended with a landslide victory for one camp.
The NMRA and NMCA’s racers poured into Atlanta Dragway this past weekend to put the power down to the track’s newly-finished surface. The result? Record-setting performances and exciting racing all weekend long.
The NMRA kicked off its 2017 season in fine fashion with a massive racer turnout, grandstands filled with fans, and near-perfect weather. A number of racers found their way into the NMRA’s winner’s circle for the very first time – and we have exclusive coverage!
The NMRA’s 2016 season has come to completion. Beech Bend Raceway in Bowling Green, Kentucky was the scene, and the track’s seasoned drag racing surface was the stage for numerous record-setting passes and high drama throughout the event. Our coverage is here – check it out!
The NMRA’s 2016 season continues in Ohio with a points chase that’s heating up along with the weather. Check out Front Street’s take on the event right here!
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 recent NMRA Ford Motorsport Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway offered me an opportunity to earn the first 10-second dragstrip pass in my daily-driven car. Did I make it? You’ll have to check out my first-person perspective on the challenges of doing so inside.