NCMA’s NEWLY SANCTIONED CALIFORNIA PAVEMENT SPRINT CAR CHALLENGE SERIES READY TO GO!!!!!! FIRST RACE SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 19th AT SHASTA SPEEDWAY in Anderson, CA!!!
NCMA in partnership with Shasta Speedway is looking at putting on a great show for fans on June 19, 2021. In an effort to get sprint car groups to come together and make it easy for car owners and drivers to bring their cars out this first race will be a open competition event where cars from all classes and organizations are welcome to run, without a bunch of restrictive rules. All cars and drivers must first and foremost meet the safety requirements. In addition this is a non-wing event and all that is required is that cars maintain the requirements they are currently regulated by with the organization they belong to for engine size, restrictors, tires, weight, etc. Hopefully owners and racers from multiple organizations will unite to support this event. Any questions call Denny @ (209) 985-1071.
2020 was definitely a year to remember but unfortunately NCMA wasn’t able to get out on the track and compete due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The race year that was has inspired racers and race fans to be more dedicated and determined than ever to make 2021 one to remember for sure. 2021 will be the year NCMA kick’s off the new California Pavement Sprint Car Challenge Series. It will be a 360 cubic inch format that allows the choice of carburetor and injection and uses tire compounds and weight to balance the competition. NCMA’s long club history is one of comradery, competitive and affordable racing and focus on having a good time.
We look forward to the return of our dedicated race teams; David Burchett #77B, Rob Hammond #17H, Andy Gleason #91, Steve Amador #7, Jerry Kobza #93, Denny Burrell #88 and new race teams; Pat Goodwill, Alan Kaiser, John Ryals and others.
NCMA needs you!!!! If you would like to be part of open wheel racing and part of the NCMA, we are looking for some energetic people, who have a love for racing and want to be part of something special. Hit the contact tab on our home page and someone will get back with you.
The website has been updated and includes current 2021 forms for Membership and Rules and Schedule.
As with many other traveling series the NCMA Sprint Car groups was effected by COVID-19 and after careful consideration chose to cancel the 2020 season. This is the first time in the series history that we didn’t compete in at least one race somewhere and also won’t have a series champion.
Looking forward to 2021 we’ve already began talking to tracks and promoters to book races and should have our schedule out sometime around the first of the year. Thank you for supporting our series and the promoters and local tracks in California to keep Saturday night short track racing alive.
NCMA will be holding a series of meetings as we make plans for the 2021 season and hope that we get good particpation so we get good input as we think about next year and beyond. Keep an eye out for us on our website and on our Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/groups/842163562531072
NCMA wishes all of you and your families a wonderful Memorial Day. As you know NCMA’s season opener at Madera Speedway on April 11th was postponed as well at the Ukiah race on May 23rd and now the June 6th race at Shasta Speedway. The next two races on the schedule are July 4th at Ukiah Speedway and July 11th at Madera Speedway. It’s not clear yet if those July races will be postponed as well. We’ll continue to update everyone as soon as we know more.
Be safe out there and take the recommended precautions for you and your family.