The NMRA has been chasing a successful event at Maple Grove Raceway, and Haley James is chasing an NMRA Renegade championship. Only one won this time around.
The NMRA and NMCA blasted into Georgia’s House Of Speed for the All-Star Nationals, and crack photog Kevin DiOssi captured all of the wild action!
The act of chasing an NMRA championship is an exercise in dedication and perseverance; it begins with one event in Florida.
Sometimes it’s the car without the flashy paint or big hood scoop which catches my eye. In the case of James Meredith’s Ford Capri it was the lack of these two things which enticed me to take a closer look.
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.
Exciting action from the Super Bowl of Street Legal Drag Racing, and we’ve got a great gallery of photos.
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.
And just like that, the 19th annual season of the NMRA drag racing series has come to a close. The All-Ford World Finals ended the season in its typical form, with broken records and top-notch racing action.
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.
Bill Tumas took a gift from a treasured, gone-too-soon friend and put it to good use, designating it for NMRA Factory Stock competition. This is a must-read!