Strange Engineering Coyote Stock
Equalizing the competition with sealed create engines and electronics is what Strange Engineering Coyote Stock is all about. Open to any Ford body '54 and newer, competitors must use a specific Ford Racing Performance Parts 5.0-liter Coyote create engine. Each racer will be given a sealed, pre-calibrated ECU at the start of each race, and engine modifications are kept to a minimum. The hype surrounding this class has been growing, and Coyote Stock's inaugural season promises to be ultra exciting.
Trick Flow Specialties Open Comp
Trick Flow Specialties Open Comp is open to any year make or model Ford-powered vehicle. Qualifying is based on reaction time, and dial-ins are set one tenth quicker than your best qualifying time. If you've bracket raced in the past and are looking to compete at an NMRA event, Open Comp may be the perfect fit.
2011 Trick Flow Specialties Open Comp Champion – Jon M. Pickering
Exedy Racing Clutch Modular Muscle
Exedy Racing Clutch Modular Muscle is a bracket-style class for Ford vehicles running a 4.6/5.4L or V-10 modular engine. Qualifying is based on reaction time, and the field is based on an NHRA Sportsman ladder. This all-run field is automatically dialed in one tenth quicker than their fastest qualifying run, and only e.t.'s between 8.80 and 15.70 are allowed to compete.
2011 Exedy Racing Clutch Modular Muscle Champion – Reggie Burnette
Detroit Locker Truck and Lightning
Because not everyone races a car, the Detroit Locker Truck and Lightning class is quickly growing in popularity. It's open to any Ford truck or SUV running a Ford powerplant. Qualifying is based on reaction time and dial-ins are set one tenth quicker than your best qualifying run.
2011 Detroit Truck and Lightning Champion – Steve Martin
Roush Performance Parts Super Stang
If you have an '05-newer Mustang, Roush Performance Parts Super Stang is for you. This bracket-style class is only for S197 Mustangs powered by 4.6/5.4L and V-6 engines. Qualifying is based on reaction time, and dial-ins are set a tenth quicker than your best qualifying run. With a variety of combination and modifications allowed, Super Stang offers a wide range of performance levels.
Race Pages Bracket Showdown
Race Pages Bracket Showdown is open to all Ford-powered or Ford-bodied vehicles. It's broken up into BI, BII, and BIII, giving racers three levels of competition ranging from all-out racecars to streetcars, which compete Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at all NMRA events.
Tremec True Street is the ultimate street car class. Any '64-newer Ford vehicle in full street trim with any Ford engine and combination of power adders is eligible for competition. Vehicles must be registered, licensed, and insured, and capable of completing a 30-mile cruise before running three back-to-back passes. Final positions are determined based on a three-run average, and winners are named in each bracket—overall, 9-, 10-, 11-, 12-, 13-, 14-, and 15-second groups.