Santa Ana CA – The NMCA’s finest did not disappoint at the 16th Annual SDPC Raceshop NMCA World Street Finals, Sept. 21-24 at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis, Indiana, as they provided plenty of powerful performances, holeshot wins, and championship-deciding drama.
In VP Racing Fuels Xtreme Pro Mod, fourteen of sixteen drivers motored to 3-second elapsed-times in qualifying, and while Jason Hamstra led the field with a 3.83 in his Camaro, his loss in the second round paved the way to the final that featured Steve Summers and his Camaro and Mark Luton and his Mustang. There, Summers secured the win with a 3.80 to Luton’s 3.92, and took a trip to the Aerospace Components Winner’s Circle.
16th Annual SDPC Raceshop NMCA World Street Finals Featuring the 11th Annual Chevrolet Performance LSX Shootout
World’s Fastest Street Cars Invade Indianapolis!
In years past, by the time the final race of the season begins, many championship battles have already been decided – especially in the heads-up classes. That is not the case this year as several of the most exciting classes are going down to the wire including VP Racing Fuels Xtreme Pro Mod where the points battle was tossed on its head recently after points leader, Adam Flamholc, announced that due to health reasons, he would not be attending the 2017 season finale. That essentially puts Jason Hamstra and Steve Summers in a two-way battle for the title, with Billy Banaka having an outside shot.
Santa Ana CA – Sensational racing took center stage at the 16th Annual Honeywell Garrett NMCA All-American Nationals, Aug. 24-27, at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio. There were wheelies, wild rides, and wondrous elapsed-times, and when it was all said and done, the Aerospace Components Winner’s Circle welcomed winners.
In VP Racing Fuels Xtreme Pro Mod qualifying, 13 out of 24 drivers delivered 3-second passes, and Billy Banaka led the field with a 3.78 in his Camaro. He took it all the way to the final to rumble with Jason Hamstra and his Camaro, and Hamstra hauled to a 3.86 to win over Banaka’s 4.05.
Santa Ana, CA – Indianapolis, Indiana hosts the last stop of the 2017 NMCA Muscle Car Nationals tour, presented by E3 Spark Plugs, over the weekend of September 21-24 and it’s guaranteed to bring non-stop excitement to the fans of Lucas Oil Raceway of Indianapolis. The 16th Annual SDPC Race Shop NMCA World Street Finals, featuring the Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series and its 11th annual LSX Shootout, brings out some of the best race teams in the country for a giant field of heads up and index drag racing. All of this action on the drag strip is combined with a weekend that includes TV stars from Discovery Channel’s Street Outlaws, all-domestic car shows on Saturday and Sunday along with a huge manufacturers’ midway and more.
Starting with qualifying on Friday, watch the stars of NMCA in classes like VP Racing Fuels Xtreme Pro Mod, Mickey Thompson Radial Wars, ARP Nitrous Pro Street, Edelbrock Xtreme Street, Street Outlaw and more. The Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series brings out the LS-powered monsters of Wiseco BoostLine Connecting Rods Drag Radial, Chevrolet Performance Stock presented by Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center, Holley EFI Real Street along with three additional all-GM classes. After the eliminations are concluded on Sunday, September 24 and NMCA Champions will be decided in all championship categories with all winners taking a trip to the Aerospace Components Winner’s Circle.
Santa Ana, CA – The National Muscle Car Association (NMCA) is proud to announce the official event schedule for the 2018 season. Presented by E3 Spark Plugs, the NMCA series features six jam-packed events starting in March in Florida and ending with the World Street Finals in Indianapolis. “NMCA has become the largest and most popular muscle car drag racing series in the country and next season’s schedule will continue to facilitate growth thanks to a great group of track partners and host cities with fans all looking forward to our street car events,” said Rollie Miller, NMCA general manager.
The 2018 NMCA tour kicks off with Muscle Car Mayhem at Bradenton Motorsports Park, March 8-11. The second stop is the NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals at Atlanta Dragway, April 5-8, followed by the NMCA Bluegrass Nationals at Beech Bend Raceway in Bowling Green, KY, May 17-20. Next the NMCA and NMRA collide for the NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl of Street-Legal Drag Racing at Route 66 Raceway in Joliet, IL, July 26-29. The fifth stop of the 2018 NMCA tour, the All-American Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio, takes place August 23-26. NMCA wraps up the 2018 season in style at Lucas Oil Raceway with the World Street Finals in Indianapolis September 20-23, 2018.
16th Annual Honeywell Garrett NMCA All-American Nationals Featuring the Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series
Any fan of muscle car racing will tell you there’s nothing quite like the NMCA, with classes racing in the eighth and quarter-mile, it’s a feast for those who live and breathe performance. This year’s event promises to be off the charts as the NMCA begins winding down it’s 30th season.
As Summit Motorsports Park fans have come to expect, this event is stacked with special events not usually seen at other NMCA races. Are you a fan of Street Outlaws? If so we have a chance for you to rub elbows with some of the shows players. This year we will be welcoming BoostedGT, Derek, and Kayla Morton.
12th Annual Nitto Tire NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl of Street-Legal Drag Racing Presented by Precision Turbo July 27-30
Who Will Win the Nitto Tire Diamond Tree Rings?
The 12th Annual Nitto Tire NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl of Street-Legal Drag Racing Presented by Precision Turbo has arrived. The largest race of its kind in the country showcases the world’s fastest street cars and the world’s fastest Fords racing together at Route 66 Raceway in Joliet, Ill., July 27-30.
Twenty two championship classes from both the NMRA and NMCA will be featured during the event which begins with a test session on Thursday July 27th and concludes with the legendary “Super Bowl” portion of the event on Sunday afternoon when class winners from both organizations race against each other in hopes of being awarded a Nitto Tire Diamond Tree Ring© in the Aerospace Components Winners’ Circle.
In the Super Bowl runoffs last year, it was a back and forth battle with the NMCA taking an early two-point lead, followed by the NMRA rallying back to a two-point lead as well. The NMCA needed to sweep the final three pairings, and Kevin Fiscus led the charge, followed by Louie Filippides and DeWayne Mills to secure the team win – complete with Nitto Tire Diamond Tree rings and bonus money – A much needed win for team NMCA which still trails the NMRA team by a seven to four margin.