NMRA Announces All-Female True Street Category - Engine Builder Magazine

NMRA Announces All-Female True Street Category

The Holley NMRA Ford Nationals has announced an All-Female True Street category, which will compete at its upcoming Ohio event. Presented by Baer Brake Systems, All-Female True Street will take place during the NMRA Ford Performance Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, OH on June 10-13.

The new class will follow the same format as the QA1 True Street category with its 30-mile drive and three consecutive runs down the quarter-mile. NMRA officials will rank competitors based on ET, rewarding the overall winner, overall runner-up, and the quickest average times in the nine-second, 10-second, 11-second, 12-second, 13-second, 14-second, and 15-second zones. The All-Female True Street category is open to any Mustang or Ford, car or truck, whether the competitor owns it or not.

“We ran an All-Female Shootout from 2012 through 2016, and we’re thrilled to bring it back under the QA1 True Street brand of drag racing in 2021. It gives women racers of all levels a chance to have fun in NMRA with the True Street awards format,” said Holley NMRA Ford Nationals Founder and CEO Steve Wolcott. “The Bader family and its Summit Motorsport Park staff offer the highest level of customer service in drag racing, and we’re excited to add the All-Female True Street to this stop on the NMRA tour.”

All True Street rules require DOT tires, and all vehicles must be registered and insured. For more information: nmradigital.com/oh, or contact Gene Bergstrom at 714-460-3813.

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