With fifteen major event wins since our last Racing Blog post in March, it’s shaping up to be another record-breaking season of Championships!

We often talk about the race winning horsepower that a ProCharger can provide; the kind of power that can be measured on the dyno, or on the racetrack, with faster times and trap speeds. But something we don’t always mention is the fun factor that a ProCharger can add to your race program.

You can’t technically measure fun… or can you?

Qualifying at the top of the ladder, “going rounds,” and especially winning the race are of course always more fun than “going out” in the first round or blowing up the engine in qualifying. When your car has the reliable power of a ProCharger, you are not struggling to be competitive or beating up your engine just to keep up. This kind of advantage will make it much more fun between each round of racing. At many events, we walk around the pits and see our racers between rounds enjoying their weekend and having fun! We can usually find our racers grilling burgers, cleaning the car, or doing basic between–round maintenance instead of tearing their engines down to perform major repairs like we see so often with the other power adders.


Clint Downs, Winner of the X275 class at the Outlaw Street Car Reunion in Memphis, TN. Clint’s Nova runs an F-1X ProCharger with a small block Chevy combination.

Johnny Coleman wins the Limited Street class at the season opener of the NMCA West race in Fontana, CA. Johnny’s Camaro is powered by a big block Chevy with and F3R-136 ProCharger.

Eric Kenward wins Xtreme Street in Atlanta, GA at the NMCA / NMRA All Stars race. It’s a 1979 Malibu Wagon with a small block Chevy getting boost from an F-1A-94 ProCharger.

Aaron Bates was last season’s Champion in NMRA Renegade. This season is looking like he is on track to repeat. Bates also wins in Atlanta at the NMCA / NMRA All Stars race. His Mustang is a small block Ford boosted by an F-1A-94 ProCharger.

Ross Laris wins Top Dragster at NHRA’s Division 4 race at No Problem Raceway, LA. His 2015 American Dragster is powered by a big block Chevy with boost from the F-1X-12 RaceDrive.

Chuck Phelps brings home the WIN at the NHRA National Event at The Strip in Las Vegas. Chuck’s Top Dragster is powered by a big block Chevy with boost from an F-2 ProCharger.

2015 NHRA Division 4 Champion J.R. Baxter get another “Wally” for his trophy case. Baxter takes the win at the NHRA Spring Nationals in Houston, TX with his Top Dragster powered by the F-1X-12 RaceDrive.

Joey Mauro gets the win and a stack of cash at the season opener of the New England NE X275 race series. This Mustang is a street driven car that took out some heavy hitter X275 cars. Joey’s car is powered by a Small Block Ford with boost from a ProCharger F1A-94.

George Farkouh and the ARH Camaro win again! The Fark’s team wins the Real Street class at the CPCS / NMCA race in Bowling Green, KY. The famous 2010 Camaro is powered by a ProCharger F-1A-94 boosted 427ci LS.

Matt Cooke is new to ProCharger, and we’re proud to have him join our winning family of racers. Matt’s F-1X-12 boosted Big Block Chevy Top Dragster takes the win at the recent PDRA race in Hartsville, SC.

Kayla Morton gets 2 well-deserved wins!! She takes home the honors from the National No Prep Racing Assoc. race in Denton, TX. And the No Prep Race at Mountain Park Dragway in Kentucky. Her Big Block Ford Hemi Mustang makes well over 3000HP with boost from the ProCharger F3R-136.

Heath Littrell takes home a big win in the No Time 28 vs 275 class at the recent race at Piedmont Dragway in North Carolina. Heath’s Nova is powered by a Procharged F3R-139 boosted Hemi.

Jeff Strickland made the switch to ProCharger power for the 2016 racing season, and the result was winning NHRA’s National Championship in the Top Dragster class. His 2017 season is right on track to achieve the same result as he takes the win at the NHRA Summit Racing Nationals in Norwalk, OH. Strickland’s Dragster is powered by a Big Block Chevy with the boost from a ProCharger F-2.

Congratulations to the guys and gals listed above!! We hope you too will join us at the race track to have some fun!!


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