PSCA Rebrands, Gets Ready for New Season Of Racing


PSCA, or Pacific Street Car Association, has rebranded and become Premier Street Car Association. Although their name has changed, the racing season will be on par with past years. PSCA is gearing up for their 17th season of premier drag racing now that drivers, fans, and staff are all rested up after another great Street Car Super Nationals.

The season will kick off with the Heads-Up Hootenanny Presented by Chris Alston’s Chassisworks at Gateway Motorsports Park near St. Louis. This event features three heads-up classes with huge payouts and more than 30 contingency sponsors posting cash for racers who make it to the finals.

“PSCA is growing in leaps and bounds and we’re not finished yet,” said Mel Roth, series president. “We’re going to have a total of three races at Gateway this year. A combination of great staff, dedicated drivers, and amazing fans are bringing us back to the Gateway City and we can’t wait. With 3 Mid West Events, 3 Races at Bandimere and 3 out west topped off wit the Granddaddy of them all, Street Car Super Nationals Nov 17-20 at the  Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway we will give racers ample opportunity to shine under the PSCA Spotlight!”

The PSCA will also be present at drag races all over the country, thanks to the non-stop touring of its merchandise trailer. You can get some great merchandise at events hosted by PDRA and IHRA from coast to coast.

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