Limited quantities available, would make a great Christmas gift
CAYUGA, ON – September 18 – Looking for a great Christmas present for your favorite drag racing fan?
Limited qualities of Drag Racing, the World’s Fastest Sport, are now available. Written by Tim Miller, noted motorsports author and Media Director of the Pro Modified Racing Association, Quick 32 Sportsman Series, and Pro Bike & Sled Series, this 208-page book is lavishly illustrated and covers all aspect of drag racing, from its roots on the dry lake beds to profiles on the latest drivers and teams.
Other features include in-depth accounts of some of the sport’s legends such as Don Garlits, Shirley Muldowney and Tommy Ivo, a drag racing primer, and a breakdown of all racing classes.
Some of the accolades for the book include:
“Loaded with great photos…Tim’s book would make a great gift for anyone with even a casual interest in the sport.” – Performance in Motion
Teams also looking to repeat success in International Pro Mod Challenge at the SuperChargers Showdown at Maryland International Raceway
CAYUGA, ONTARIO (September 16, 2014) – The Pro Modified Racing Association is gearing up for a return to Maryland later this month for the second annual International Pro Mod Challenge at the SuperChargers Showdown.
Billed as Canada versus the USA, the PMRA Pro Modifieds will take to the track at Maryland International Raceway in Mechanicsville, MD for a return showdown with the Northeast Outlaw Pro Mod Association September 26-27.
This is a non-points event. The regular PMRA season has been completed.
And teams from the PMRA are hoping to continue with their success at the event. For the inaugural race, PMRA racers Rocky Di Lecce and Bruce Boland placed one-two against some of the fiercest Pro Modified competition on the Eastern US coast.
“It was our day. “We ran some top-shooters and came out on top.”
GRAND BEND, ONTARIO (September 4, 2014) – Roth Racing had a big reason to celebrate over the Labor Day weekend.
The team won its first Pro Modified Racing Association championship, but the title was not decided until driver Jeff Roth piloted his 1941 Willys Pro Modified to a victory in the final round of PMRA racing for 2014 at the Grand Bend Motorplex.
Roth had been in second place for most of the season behind three-time PMRA champ Bruce Boland, and the team knew they had to win the final race to slip ahead of the veteran Stoney Creek Ontario racer.
“We battled with the car all day,” said Roth, who hails from New Dundee, Ontario. “But the team worked hard and it all came together.”
2014 Championships also declared with Roth in PMRA, Schmid in Quick 32 Sportsman Series, and Cryderman in PBSS
GRAND BEND, ONTARIO (August 31, 2014) – Going into the “Thunder by the Beach” race weekend at the Grand Bend Motorplex over the weekend, championship titles were on the line as racers took to the quarter mile in the Pro Modified Racing Association, the Quick 32 Sportsman Series, and the Pro Bike & Sled Series.
This was the final event of 2014 for all three series.
And when the tire smoke had settled late Sunday afternoon, 2014 season champions were declared in all three drag race series, two titles by the smallest of margins.
Going into this event, perennial PMRA racer Jeff Roth was second in Championship Point Award Series behind Bruce Boland. Roth, who qualified number three with his 1941 Willys Pro Modified, knew he and his team had to win the event to capture the championship.
Drag racing champs to be determined this weekend at Grand Bend’s popular “Thunder by the Beach” August 29-31
PMRA, Quick 32 Sportsman Series, and PBSS finals to be held along with Nitro Altered and Jet Car racing
CAYUGA, ONTARIO (August 28, 2014) – The final race in the Pro Modified Racing Association, the Quick 32 Sportsman Series, and the Pro Bike & Sled Series takes place this weekend, and this event could determine the 2014 champions.
Presented by Teamsters Canada and Local 879, the “Thunder by the Beach” racing weekend will be held at the Grand Bend Motorplex August 29-31, and promises an exciting climax to the drag racing season with a large contingent of cars in many classes.
Three-time PMRA champion Bruce Boland will be on his game trying for his fourth title. The Stoney Creek racer with the B&B Racing 1968 Firebird Pro Modified leads the Championship Point Award Series at present with 1072 points, but he will have his work cut out for him, as fellow racer Jeff Roth of New Dundee, Ontario is close behind with 1056 points with his 1941 Willys Pro Modified.