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Year: 1992
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[10/14/2002] NMRA to debut new “True Street” class in NMRA Ford Drag Racing Series during 2003 Season


ProMedia Events and the NMRA Ford Drag Racing Series are proud to announce the introduction of a new drag racing category for the 2003 racing season – “True Street”. True Street is a class designed for mildly modified to heavily modified high performance Fox-Chassis and Ford Mustang vehicles that are street certified and able to drive over a 30-mile distance. True Street class racing will be conducted at four of the NMRA drag racing events (see race schedule).

NMRA True Street is anticipated to be one of the most exciting and popular classes during the 2003 NMRA season. Currently, several sponsors have expressed interest in supporting this new NMRA category. To compete in the NMRA True Street class, you’ll need to have a licensed and registered street car, follow all NMRA True Street rules and regulations, and have proof of driver’s license, insurance, and all street equipment.

The NMRA True Street class format is as follows – challengers will enjoy a 30-mile street and highway drive to test their streetability, and then will embark on three back to back passes. There will be trophies and awards for not only the quickest average and runner up, but also for the quickest 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00, and 15.00 drivers.

Specific class rules for NMRA True Street will be posted by October 26th, 2002, on the NMRA website at http://www.nmraracing.com.

The NMRA Ford Drag Racing Series, presented by Ford Racing, is widely considered as the leading all-Ford racing series in the country, with over $3.7 million in purse and contingency posted over 8 national NMRA events. During the 2002 season, due to aggressive advertising and promotion, and nationwide ESPN2 television coverage, NMRA events increased an average of 23% in spectator attendance.

Further details will be posted online at http://www.nmraracing.com

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