Can't Be At The Races? They'll Come To You
NMRA TV Online (nmraracing.com) is putting up same-day race coverage and event results so you don't have to miss any of the thrills. Throughout the weekend, you'll be able to see qualifying footage, eliminations in each class, pit tours, and interviews in digital-television format thanks to the NMRA digital team. For the first time in the NMRA's history, broadcasts are from its own four-camera shoots, including the starting line, half track, 60-foot, and shutdown area. In fact, in the three days following the Nitto Tire NMRA Spring Ford Nationals, more than 70,000 separate streaming videos went up. Around 200,000 videos total are expected during the two weeks after the event.
And since you asked about the Car Craft Street Race class, keep your eye on Paul Wiley, who after a five-year run in NMRA Real Street has joined the NMCA Street Race club. Since the NMRA didn't have a class in his budget, Street Race appealed big time to the Warren, Michigan, resident. He had his '93 Mustang LX's Edelbrock Performer RPM heads and Victor 5.0 intake reworked, and he added a Comp cam. There's also a driver-side-mounted Vortech T-Trim blower with cog drives.
To compete in or learn more about the Car Craft Street Race Class or NMCA racing series, visit fasteststreetcar.com. You can also sign up by calling 866/694-3475. -Tori Tellem