SANTA ANA, Calif. --
ProMedia National Event Director Rollie Miller said, "Our entire team is thrilled to continue the relationship with Scott Paddock, Ken Kohrs and their staff through 2020. Route 66 Raceway is one of the best facilities in the country and their team is a pleasure to work with." Miller continued, "We are excited to keep our Super Bowl Event in Joliet."
Route 66 Raceway is the first True Stadium of drag racing and hosts over 50 events per calendar year. Opened in 1998 and situated on historic Route 66, the NHRA-affiliated, quarter-mile drag strip is now fully owned and operated by the International Speedway Corporation and is the sister track to Chicagoland Speedway. "We are excited to welcome back the NMRA/NMCA event to our world class facility," said Scott Paddock, Route 66 Raceway president. "We pride ourselves in offering the most diverse and dynamic forms of drag racing programming to our great fans throughout the Midwest, and the Super Bowl of Street Legal Drag Racing certainly delivers on that commitment."
The NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl of Street Legal Drag Racing is one of the biggest and most exciting events of the season. Featuring some of the world's fastest American muscle cars and trucks, several classes in the event reach speeds of up to 250 mph. This is the event where NMRA racers compete directly with NMCA racers for bragging rights and the Nitto Tire Diamond Tree Super Bowl rings. Presented by Keystone Automotive and Flowmaster, all of the NMRA and NMCA events include thrilling heads-up drag racing, car shows, giant swap meets, a big manufacturers midway, burnout contests, Aerospace Components Winner's Circle and more.
For more information about the NMRA and NMCA, go to www.NMRAdigital.com and www.NMCAdigital.com. Be sure you're a Facebook fan of each series by going to www.facebook.com/NMRANationals and www.facebook.com/NMCANationals.
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