NMCA Purse & Contingency Announced for Holley EFI Factor Super Car Class

NMCA Factory Super Cars

Holley has officially announced the NMCA’s purse and contingency programs for the Holley EFI Factory Super Cars class.  Race teams will receive contingency payouts from participating aftermarket manufacturers as well as from the automotive manufacturer of their race car. The new factory contingency program is given in addition to the NMCA Pro Contingency program, which includes NMCA trophies and payouts as part of the Aerospace Components Winner’s Circle.

The Factory Super Cars class is for 2008 and newer COPO, Cobra Jet, and Drag Pak factory cars. The class will compete at all six 2016 NMCA events with a points champion crowned at the 2016 NMCA Awards Ceremony.

“We are thrilled to have all three manufacturers participating in this new factory contingency program. All of our racers should be proud to have Jesse Kershaw of Ford, Curt Collins of Chevrolet, and Dale Aldo of Mopar supporting this new class sponsored by Holley EFI,” said NMCA’s General Manager, Rollie Miller. Robin Lawrence, Holley’s Director of EFI Business Development, added, “We are proud to be able to support such an exciting class of heads-up racing. We already have deep ties with many of the NMCA Factory Super Car teams from NHRA Stock Eliminator, so it was a natural evolution for us to support the class, especially with so many cars in it already using Holley EFI.”

Factory Vehicle Contingency payouts from Ford, Chevrolet & Mopar per event:
Winner             = $1,000
Runner-up       = $500

Holley EFI Factory Super Cars class payouts per event:
Winner            = $1,500
Runner-up      = $700
Semis              = $200
Quarters          = $100
Eights              = $50

NMCA class contingency payouts for all other posting sponsors per event:
Winner             = $300 per product
Runner-up       = $150 per product

Factory Super Cars will compete at all six 2016 NMCA events:

March 10-13: The 14th Annual Ross Racing Pistons NMCA Muscle Car Mayhem race is in the books. Fittingly, the finals featured two Holley EFI-powered cars as Bruno Massel’s 2015 COPO Camaro took down Glenn Pushis’ 2014 COPO Camaro. Both cars utilized the 350 cubic inch/2.9L supercharger combination.

April 7-10: 8th Annual NMCA/NMRA All-Star Nationals presented by Miller Welders, Atlanta Dragway, Commerce, Georgia

May 12-15: 15th Annual NMCA Quickfuel Bluegrass Nationals, Beech Bend Raceway, Bowling Green, KY

June 23-26: 15th Annual NMCA All-American Nationals, Lucas Oil Raceway, Indianapolis, IN

July 28-31: 11th Annual Nitto Tire NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl of Street-Legal Drag Racing, Route 66 Raceway, Joliet, IL

August 25-28: 14th Annual NMCA World Street Finals, Summit Motorsports Park, Norwalk, OH

Holley EFI Factory Super Cars class rules: http://www.nmcadigital.com/dl/rules/fsc.pdf

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