Former NMRA Pure Street Champ Jimmy Wilson to Contest NMRA Limited Street at Season Opener In Bradenton, Florida

2018 marked the debut of the NMRA's newest heads-up, championship category, Limited Street, and the class was a hit with racers and fans alike. While the contingent was mostly dominated by power-adder combinations, there are a number of naturally aspirated combinations in the rule book, and Mike Washington took his

Tech Review: Oliver Parabolic Beam Connecting Rods

By Jason Reiss Photos Courtesy Oliver Racing Parts It is physically one of the simplest parts contained within an engine, but one of the most important. The technology that goes into its manufacture must be decidedly precise. That’s because without it holding down its end of the bargain, you have no engine; instead you have a

Al Davis Aiming for NMRA Steeda Limited Street | Presented by Nitto Tire

While Al Davis had been racing in NMRA QA1 True Street, Roush Performance Super Stang and Exedy Racing Clutch Modular Muscle, he’s preparing his 2011 Mustang for NMRA Steeda Limited Street in 2018. The heads-up category designed for small block Ford, Modular and Coyote combinations with single power-adders in 1954 and

Rick Erdman Switching To Steeda Limited Street in 900+ rwhp HP Tuners/Amazon Racing Solutions Mustang | Presented by Nitto Tire

Rick Erdman, owner of Amazon Racing Solutions (ATS) in North Carolina, plans to make the switch from Roush Performance Super Stang over to NMRA’s newest heads-up category—Steeda Limited Street—with his mid-900 hp 2015 Ford Mustang. “With a car pushing almost 1,000-horsepower, it’s difficult to be competitive in a bracket-style race when