Dart Machinery Named Title Sponsor Of NMCA Pro Stock Class

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The NMCA is entering the latter half of its 2017 season, and it’s going to be filled with great points battles and close racing in each class. The newest eliminator in the NMCA that has brought some interesting cars out is Pro Stock, which has produced some tight racing thus far in its short existence. To make the racing even better, Dart Machinery has stepped up as the title sponsor for the NMCA’s quickest all-motor class for the rest of the season.

The naturally aspirated madness that is NMCA Pro Stock has provided a whole new twist on the iconic class and has sparked the interest of many different racers. Unlike other versions of Pro Stock, the NMCA allows any make and model car or truck to be used as long as the engine is of the same manufacturer. The NMCA also has rules in place when it comes to using only parts that are available for sale to help keep costs down, and having a sensible RPM limit in place so racers don’t need to push their engines as hard.

Since Dart has such a deep-rooted past in Pro Stock racing, it only made sense for them to get involved with this exciting new version and become the title sponsor, now called Dart NMCA Pro Stock. From the Dart press release it’s easy to see they’re ready to back this great class.

“Dart Machinery is pleased to be the title sponsor of Dart NMCA Pro Stock drag racing once again in 2017. This quarter-mile, heads-up class is designed to showcase the horsepower potential of a naturally aspirated small-block engine.”

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You can catch all the great gear-banging, high-winding small block action of Dart NMCA Pro Stock at these events in 2017!

July 27-30, 2017 NMRA / NMCA Super Bowl Of Street Legal Drag Racing

Route 66 Raceway – Joliet, IL

August 24-27, 2017 NMCA All-American Nationals

Summit Motorsports Park – Norwalk, OH

September 21-24, 2017 NMCA World Street Finals

Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis – Indianapolis, IN

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Spending his childhood at different race tracks around Ohio with his family’s 1967 Nova, Brian developed a true love for drag racing. When Brian is not writing, you can find him at the track as a crew chief, doing freelance photography, or beating on his nitrous-fed 2000 Trans Am.
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