ProCharger Wins at NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl

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Once again, the 8th annual Nitto NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl of Street Legal Drag Racing provided some awesome action for a huge crowd of race fans. With the many ProCharger racers in attendance traveling to Joliet, IL from every corner of the country; records would be broken, and a ProCharger supercharger-powered winner would be crowned in the very competitive Street Outlaw class.

Sean Ashe and his ATF sponsored Mustang led the charge, running a record-breaking 7.269 @ 195 mph in qualifying and backed that run up in the second round with an even faster 7.25. Ashe wound up in the final round where he met Phil Hines. Hines also pilots a ProCharger F-1X supercharger-powered Mustang. Hines left the line first, but Ashe was able to drive around him at the stripe for the win, in an extremely close 7.33-to-7.38 race.

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 Sean Ashe piloting his F-1X ProCharger Powered Mustang

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 The ATF Crew celebrates the win!

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 Phil Hines in his F-1X powered 2001 Mustang

Tim Matherly's NMRA Renegade F-1C powered 2010 Mustang

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The NMRA Renegade 2010 Mustang of Tim Matherly, running a ProCharger F-1C supercharger, led the charge with impressive runs all the way to the final round where he was edged out by a tenth and a half by Brian Mitchell.

In the Super Street 10.5W class Jim Brown made a very impressive return to NMCA with a blistering 6.48 @224 mph. Brown’s F-3R-136 ProCharged 2003 Mustangs qualifying run stood as the fastest pass of the weekend in the class. However, engine issues sidelined Brown early on in elimination.

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Jim Brown in the NMCA Super Street 529ci Ford Hemi powered 2003 Mustang
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This is what makes the NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl of Street Legal Drag Racing special; the Nitto Tire Diamond Tree championship ring was presented to members of the winning teams. Once winners of each racing category are crowned they form Team NMRA and Team NMCA. In a predetermined pairing the racers compete against each other in staggered start format, team vs. team with cash bonuses awarded to the round winners. The team with the most wins is declared the Super Bowl champion and every team member receives a Nitto Tire Diamond Tree ring for their efforts.