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Team NCRC Customers ran the table at the PDRA Cajun Nationals in all the Top Doorslammer Classes! 3 Wins, 3 Runner Ups and 3 #1 Qualifiers tells the story, not to mention the majority of the field in all these classes choose Neal Chance to help take the win light! We’re proud to play a part in these Teams successes in the fastest doorslammer classes on the Planet!

Jason Scruggs Wins Pro Extreme at PDRA Cajun Nationals

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Pro Extreme

Jason Scruggs picked up his 1st PDRA win May 3rd at the PDRA Cajun Nationals! He qualified 4th with a quick 3.57@217.63 and faced some tough competition en route to an “All NCRC” final against the #6 qualifier, Badir Ahli. Despite a holeshot by Badir, Jason reeled him in at the top end with a 3.53@219.08 to Badir’s 3.57@208.94.

Congratulations Jason and the Team on your win and to Badir Ahli and Team on your runner up!

We would also like to congratulate Brandon Snider who was the #1 Qualifier running a new Personal Best of 3.545@214.96!

Mike Castellana Wins PDRA Pro Nitrous at Cajun Nationals

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Pro Nitrous

We would like to welcome Mike Castellana and Team SpeedTech to the NCRC Family and congratulation them on their 1st PDRA Pro Nitrous Victory!

Mike qualified the Team’s 69 Camaro in the #9 spot with a 3.821, but quickly got up to speed during eliminations. In another “All NCRC” final, he drew Pro Nitrous Veteran Tommy Franklin who was a little slower on the tree which cost him the race, Castellana went 3.79@197.83 to Franklin’s 3.78@195.87 – a very close race!

Congratulations to Mike and Team Speedtech on the win and to Tommy Franklin and Team on the R/U!!

We would also like to congratulate Jay Cox, the #1 Qualifier with a 3.73@200.68 which was Low ET and Top Speed in Pro Nitrous for the race.

Mike Castellana Wins PDRA Pro Nitrous at Cajun Nationals

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Gerry Capano also captured his first PDRA win at the Cajun Nationals! Capano qualified #1 with a 3.86@193.68, a new Personal Best in his Blown 63 Vette. He faced Kevin Rivenbark in yet another “All NCRC” final round. Capano ran 3.80@194.18 to Rivenbark’s traction limited 3.91@192.30 to take the win!

Congratulations Gerry and Team on your win and to Kevin Rivenbark and Team on your Runner Up!!!

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Jay Cox shared with us this cool video shot by CompetitionPlusTV during the Rockingham race. Check out the wheels up at half track when the big 990 Buck engine really shows it’s power. Jay had recently updated his lock-up converter with some new changes we’ve made. We learned that with these new bigger engines we can load the motor faster and have better power transfer before the lock up comes on.

The changes seemed to have worked well, Jay qualified #1 with a 3.74, then went 3.723@202.55 in the first round for Low ET of the event!

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Decker resets Outlaw 10.5 Record, wins at MIR

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Mike Decker and the Decker’s Salvage Racing Team had an awesome weekend April 19th! The Team reset the Outlaw 10.5 record here in the States with a 3.989@193.16 in qualifying breaking Richard Sexton’s record from last year, also set at MIR! He also took drove the bad blown black Camaro to the winners circle by defeating Dale Collins in the final 4.035@192.63 to Collin’s 4.127@189.68.

Congratulations to Mike, Decker’s Salvage and Tuner Gil Mobley of Mobley Motorsports on the win and new Outlaw 10.5 Record!

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Pro Extreme

King Tut wins Pro Extreme at the Rock!

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Todd “King Tut” Tutterow came up from behind to win the Pro Extreme class despite a less then stellar qualifying attempt which landed him #12, but those issues did not let the Team give up by no means, they kept at it and made it to the finals. Tutterow got a lucky break in the all NCRC final when Mustafa Buhumaid went -.084 red with a 3.587@216.06, Tutterow saw the red light and coasted to take the win light with a 4.636@111.85.

Buhumaid was running consistent 3.58’s during eliminations and would have been tough for Tutterow to outrun in the final if it wasn’t for the red light start.

Congratulations to King Tut and Team Galot on the win and to Mustafa on the R/U finish! We also want to give a shout out to Jason Scruggs who was #1 qualifier with a 3.54@217.42!

Pro Extreme MPH Record Smashed!

In the second round of eliminations of Pro Extreme, Jose Gonzalez in the Q80 Camaro ripped off a blistering 3.67 –227 MPH blast with the NCRC Billet Lockup! That’s a new MPH World Record, and a mighty impressive one at that! Jose got outran in the 3rd round by Todd Tutterow when they rain into problems and the car slowed, but certainly an impressive performance at this race! Congratulations guys!

Pro Nitrous

Rickie Smith Wins Pro Nitrous, Franklin R/U

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NHRA Pro Mod World Champion “Tricky” Rickie Smith got his teeth into PDRA competition big time with his win at Rockingham! Smith defeated defending Pro Nitrous Champion Jason Harris in an “All NCRC” final round. Smith reacted quicker and ran a 3.82@199.61 to Harris’s 3.812@199.05, but due to a slower light passed the win to Smith for the win, not bad for Smith who is more used to a clutch – we think he’s liking these converter cars about now!

Congratulations to Smith and Team on your win, and to Harris and Team on your runner up!!

Pro Nitrous MPH Record Broken!

Also in Pro Nitrous Stevie “Fast” Jackson set a new Pro Nitrous Record of 203.49 during qualifying, ran 203.34 in the 2nd Round of eliminations which should have backed it up for an official MPH record! Congratulations Jackson, Billy Stocklin and the rest of the Team on the new Pro Nitrous MPH Record!

Congratulations also to Jay Cox who just switched to our new Billet Lockup Converter, Jay was #1 qualifier with a 3.744@200.35 and later laid down a blistering 3.72@202.44 in the 1st round for Low ET.

Pro Open Outlaw

Phil Esz wins Open Outlaw at the Rock!

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Phil Esz won the Pro Open Outlaw class, the first race for the new class which consists of Roots blown or Turbocharged dragsters or Altereds. Esz qualified #1 with a 3.64@202.67 then set Low ET and Top speed with a 3.62@204.32 setting the pace for the new class. In the finally he won by defeating Eddie Lykins with a 3.657@203.80 to Lykin’s DQ Red Light Start w/no Time.

Congratulations Phil on your win and performance!

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Jason Michalak New Pro Drag Radial Record Holder

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Despite crazy weather conditions of rain and even snow, the Outlaw Street Car Reunion at Memphis International Raceway raised the bar for Drag Radial Competition that much higher March 29th.

The Dream Team of Jason Michalak, Billy Stocklin and Frankie Taylor busted the Pro Drag Radial World Record on Sunday with a 3.97 in the first round of qualifying Saturday. After watching this team run 4.00 at Denton just a couple weeks ago, we all knew that pass was coming, it was just a matter of “when”!

Michalak was headed to the finals against Brad Edwards when rain forced the race to be canceled. That would have been an awesome race, but it’ll have to wait for next time.

Congratulations to Jason Michalak, Billy Stocklin, Frankie Taylor and the Bad9er Racing Team on the New Record!!! Job well done guys!!

David Pearson 4.12 at Memphis

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We also want to give a shot out to David Pearson who laid down a 4.12 on 275 radials at this event which proves that 4.11 in testing a couple weeks ago wasn’t a candy wrapper pass! Pearson qualified #4 in Pro Drag Radial on the little tire, and unfortunately spun in eliminations ending his day early.


Bruder Brothers #1 Qualifer at Outlaw Street Car Reunion

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In X275, The Bruder Brothers were laying down dominate passes after qualifying #1 with a 4.469@167.22, the Brother’s were all prepared to take the win in a final round against Kit Loung, but also had to split due to rain. They were certainly on their game at this race!!

Congratulations Rich & Nick on some impressive passes!

Ultra Street

Butch Kemp Outlaw Street Car Reunion Ultra Street

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NMCA N/A 10.5 Racer Butch Kemp was there running Ultra Street in his Naturally Aspirated Mustang impressing the troops. Kemp qualified #2 with a 4.923@142 and later uncorked a 4.89 in the Semi’s against Joel Greathouse. That put him in the finals against Shawn Pevlor until the rain canceled the race.

It was good to see Butch at a Drag Radial race and super competitive as well!