PSCA Celebrates 20th Year of Heads-Up Racing with MagnaFuel Summer Series & More…
Denver, CO — The Premier Street Car Association has provided fantastic, heads-up racing across the nation for 20 years. Slow down? Rest on past successes? Never. The third decade of PSCA’s unique brand of grassroots motorsports kicks off this summer at the legendary Bandimere Speedway with the MagnaFuel Rocky Mountain Summer Series. The three events (July 6-7, Aug. 17, and Sept. 13-14) feature six heads-up, small-tire classes including two recently-added import classes.
PSCA’s summertime racing isn’t limited to the Denver area. Street Car Super Nationals: Anarchy at the Arch 6 returns to World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway (former Gateway Motorsports Park) outside St. Louis Aug. 1-3. Returning to the Gateway City, PSCA is bringing the heat with three radial small-tire classes, 6.0 index, Jr. Dragsters, the Mid-West Pro Mod Series, and the Nostalgia Drag Racing League.
“Summertime is hot for the PSCA,” said sanction president Mel Roth. “The MagnaFuel Rocky Mountain Summer Series has been a great group of races for us and it’s been a lot of fun for the track and the area racers. And St. Louis has been nothing but great for us. This is our sixth year of bringing the Street Car Super Nationals brand to the Midwest and it’s been a blast. Between St. Louis, Bandimere, and the home of the granddaddy of them all, the original Street Car Super Nationals at LVMS, we’re incredibly spoiled with not only an amazing racing surface provided by some of the best track crews on the planet, but very knowledgeable, very passionate fans.
“We can’t wait to hit the road and do what the PSCA does best: smash records and provide the best drag racing experience we can!”