NCMA’s NEWLY SANCTIONED CALIFORNIA PAVEMENT SPRINT CAR CHALLENGE SERIES CLOSES OUT THE 2021 SEASON and LOOKS INTO THE FUTURE!!!!!!
NCMA put the final touches on the 1st season of the sprint car challenge series where sprint cars with two barrel, four barrel and injection were allowed to compete together with a rules package to keep the racing close and competitive. For 2022, NCMA is keeping the rules package together to continue to entice racers to bring their cars out without having to spend $$ to make changes.
We look forward to welcoming new racers and their families to NCMA as well as seeing all the great fans out there.
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The website has been updated and includes current 2022 forms for Membership, Rules, Schedule and Points.
It has been great to get back out to the tracks in 2021 and see the fans as well as the racing teams and drivers. This season has been more memorable than most with a renewed appreciation of the sport of racing after not having the opportunity to get out and race in 2020. The NCMA sprint cars have one more race left this season on October 9th at Shasta Speedway in Anderson, CA which is where the season began. With the new rule changes the points race has remained very close and actually the two top teams of #77 David Burchett and #2A of Rob Hammond have been locked into a first place battle until last weekend. Coming into the last race of the season the top four positions are only separated by 50 points and only 8 points separates 1st & 2nd.
We look forward to racing at Shasta Speedway, which is a great facility with wonderful staff for the season closer. The weather in early October looks to be great and we hope that the NCMA fans will come out and support the track and the sprint car program.
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