September 18-21, 2014

Classes (other than Pro Mod)

September 18-21, 2014

10.5, 275, Top Sportsman, Open Comp, Doorslammers

September 24, 2014

 

The full Pro Mod results are posted.

 

September 23, 2014

Doorwarz Special Bonus'

Tim Horton's "Low qualifier" Bonus: Mike Maggio

$500.00

RBS Superchargers "Low qualifier" Bonus: Mike Maggio

$250.00

RBS Superchargers "Quick Reaction time": Kerry Stone .030 rt round one

$250.00

Tim Horton's Nitrous First to thje '5's award:

Mike Gondziola

$500.00

Mission Raceway/JackAttack "Long tow award" John Scialpi: 2066 kms

$250.00

 

Coverage is by class:

( all pages include elimination sheets & q sheets)

Pro Mod page is here

O/L 10.5, 275 & Hot street page is here

Open COmp, Top Sportsman & Doorslammers page is here

 

September 22, 2014

What a weekend!!!!

Pro Mod

Spectacular performances for many teams including too many to count personal bests, and the first ever '5' second passes in Canada for a nitrous car. Mike Gndziola did not just barely break into the '5's' either he hit it full on with three passed of 5.92 and 5.93.

Some wild wheelstands, a couple lane swaps and heavy thrashing in the pits excitied the fans all weekend long.

 

The final round in Pro Mod put the #1 and #2 qualifier against each other, something that does not happen too often. The event winner, Mike Maggio, came out of the box on fire, ripping off a 5.72/256, with a totally new untested BAE hemi (Brad 10x heads).

He improved that to a controversial 5.67 (it appeared his engine bag may have been a little low), and then scratched his way through elimination's will multiple issues on almost every run. In the end, he had enough reserve HP to get the job done and defeat Washington driver Garrett Richards. Richards took a couple runs to sort out his Walt Austin powered Ford, but by the second qualifier he had a new CB (career best), a great 5.91. That run was not without problems though, as his valve covers did not seal properly and the run did put fluid on the track. His third run was even quicker, as he went 5.89,

but it too dropped oil on the surface and the track staff worked their butts off to clean up so the fourth session could be run. They improved In eliminations to a 5.86 and then got a couple breaks earning a single in round three and a bye in the semi finals to earn the right to take on Maggio. In that final, they were on a great run two 200 feet and were neck and neck with the California hitter. But the car shook at the top of 1st gear and moved toward the guard rail forcing Richards to ease off the gas pedal. Maggio ran his third 5.70 of the weekend, a 5.78 /254, to earn the victory. The full Pro Mod results are posted on the results page.

O/L 10.5

Outlaw 10.5 had the usual results throughout eliminations. Qualifying went to form at the top with Ken Sihota going to the top with a 6.38/215 best.

The other local hitter Steve Nicholson thrashed all week, trying to get his car back together after his early summer impact with the wall at Pacific. He and Rob Guazzaroni worked tirelessly for the last month getting his 63 Corvette back to the track. They finally made it Saturday afternoon and got in a small test hit. The car responded well, but in returning to the pits they found some internal damage and could not continue. Eliminations is where things went strange and sour for a few.

The Van Vliet team from Port Alberni had turbo damage and could not make the call, handing Mike Walterson the bye. Sihota had the single when Nicholson could not make round one. Dean Branham debuting his new Hemi powered twin Turbo took out Roy Moznik. It was Branham's first actual full pass on the car and he went 6.86/203. Roy Moznik was finally getting the El Camino a bit more consistent and most thought he would get through, but his 7.19 fell a few tenths short. Paja Agatonovic easily dispatched Mike Hawkins. Mike came into the class without the HP needed, but knowing the class had to be filled. Kudos to Mike and Mandi. The Final round that had Paja Agatonovic and Mike Walterson battle it out had strange beginning for both drivers to get there, but it was the quicker Agatonovic who prevailed.

Full results will be posted here.

O/L 275

O/L 275 was a in essence a four car horse race with the top four over a half second ahead of the bottom half of the field. But this class has the potential, as a number of others are rumored to be building new rides and a couple in the bottom half are continually quicker and quicker. Scott Schulhauser, Neil Richards, Steve Skokins and Alex DeWolf all made great runs in qualifying and the semi finals saw awesome side by side battles. In the end it was the two Alberta drivers, Schulhauser and Richards battling.

The full report on the results page.

Hot Street

After struggling to get cars in the class last year they had 8 competitors for this year's event. The Johnson brothers from Bellingham have done much of the leg work in the class but the class has had difficulty getting cars. For this race 5 of the 8 cars did get into the eight second zone, and two of them, Jim Johnson and Harry Lockerby were in the 8.5 and low 8.6 range. Lockerby could not make the call in the semis so it was the brothers Johnson fought it out in the final round.

 

Full results will be posted on the results page.

Open Comp

For the second year in a row, it was the largest class with close to 60 competitors this year. It has shown its popularity for many bracket racers trying out the pro '4' tree. The strategy in racing the class varied greatly, with deep staging, shallow staging (for a few), real late lights and exciting top end racing. By the top the field was down to the 1/4 finals, four regular Summit Et competitors faced off, and lights for a couple were not great. But in the final both drivers (Kash Sandhu and Glen Fillingham) had solid lights and Sandhu got his biggest win in his racing career.

Top Sportsman

 

14 cars ran on Saturday and 10 on Sunday, far from what we were hoping and expecting but the racing was stellar.

Darren Williams defeated James Rutherford in Race one and Graham Foster defeated John Tiegen in Race two. Both were battles of out of town drivers. Saturday's saw two Alberta drivers and Sunday's was two Fort St John drivers. Foster the Sunday winner was the 2013 IHRA world champion and Tiegen is representing Division 6 in the IHRA finals this year in Memphis.

The elimination's sheet will be posted soon.

Canada West Doorslammers

The local door-car class had 23 cars make the 8.70 minimum and Last years champion Mike Bedsworth looked to be on his way to the final round two years in a row. He did not make it though, as Paul Stretch defeated him in the semis. Bedsworth was perfect on his dial but was .021 back on the tree. Paul Stretch his opponent in the semis was only .003 off his dial. The final round saw Terry Langdon Davis (who had the semi final bye) get the win on a double breakout final.

The full results and photos over the next couple days.

September 19, 2014

2:00pm update:

Track drying is underway at Mission Raceway. We hope that in two hours we will be racing!!!

Noon update

We are in a holding pattern today as persistent showers are really putting a crimp into our day. The forecast is for better weather later today so we will keep out figures crossed.

September 18, 2014,

Doorwarz II welcomes Neil Mullen Motorsports as an event sponsor.

Unfortunately, Rain on Thursday did not allow any testing to happen.

 

September 17, 2014

Wednesday testing with Mike and Joe getting as much data as possible as they face off on Saturday in the final round from the Rocky Mountain Shoot-out that was washed out (while waiting for Joe and his team to make and engine swap). Both cars ran 6.00 up at Castrol, so their final round will be epic.

Wednesday test is complete. Four cars made a couple hits each. Joe Delehay, Mike 'Gonzi' Gondziola, Keith Korecki and Steve Horne. Gonzi had a couple sub 1. 60's fts. including a .986 best. More info and a couple photos are at www.speedzonemagazine.com

It was real nice to see both Keith Korecki (above) and Steve Horne (below) out for the first time this year.

A dozen or so Pro Mods were on the grounds when we left Wednesday evening. A few of the hitters include the West Coasts baddest car, Mike Mggio and NHRA regular Craig Cawte with his Al Billes tuned Camaro. Shane Molinari will make his competitive debut this weekend in the RH 70.5 Camaro. Glen Kerunsky is here as is fellow Albertans Paul Glandon and Tom Meheden.

We welcome RBS Superchargers on board as an event sponsor. They will sponsor $250.00 for low qualifier in Pro Mod and also sponsor the quickest RT in Pro Mod.

 

Joe Mayzes and Mayzes Excavating is back as well with 500.00 in bonus money.

$250.00 will go to the first turbo pro mod to run a '5' (It will be the first in Canada). And the other $250.00 for the Low et of the weekend.

So we have a bonus for the first '5' in nitrous powered pro mods run thanks to Tim Hortons Mission and the 1st turbo (Mayzes Excavating) powered '5', they are the two big barriers that have not been broken in Canada yet.

Take a sneek peak at the doorwarz poster that will be avaiable this weekend.

 

 

Email here to pre enter. Pre-entering for Pro Mod, TS, Outlaw 10.5, Outlaw 275, Hot Street, Doorslammers gives you a dedicated pit stall.

September 14, 2014

Tentative schedule

Date 2014
Schedule
Time
Classes (order subject to change)
Sept 17th
Parking and credentials and Private rental
track time 12:00am - 4:00pm Gate opens 12:00am for parking credentials. Rentals enter early.
Early arrivals for parking and set up for Thursday park in spectator parking until credential sales at Noon Wednesday.
Sept 18th
Parking and credentials and Open Test n tune
8:00am-10:00pm 11:00am - 4:00pm
credentials parking and t n t for weekend competitors only

 

Sept 19th
Parking and credentials
8:00am - 10:00pm
Credentials/ Parking/ Tech
Sept 19th
Test n Tune (for competitors running Doorwarz only)
9:30am to 2:30pm
All Doorwarz competitors TnT until 2:00 tentative based on total entries
Sept 19th
Qualifying #1
3:00pm-6:00pm
OC, Outlaw 10.5, TS, XDR, Pro Mod
Sept 19th
Qualifying #2
6:00pm - 9:00 pm
DS (test), Open Comp, Hot Street, TS, XDR, Outlaw 10.5, Outlaw PS/PM(not in order)
Sept 20th
Qualifying and time trials
8:00 am - 10:30am
All bracket classes including SSH and NW Outlaws
Sept 20th
Qualifying
10:30 am - 10:45 am
Top Sportsman final "Q" if double header
Sept 20th
Gold Card Race Rd 1
10:45 -11:00am
2014 Gold Card
Sept 20th
qualifying and time trials
11:00pm - 12:00pm
All bracket classes including SSH and NW Outlaws
Sept 20th
Top Sportsman rd 1/Gold card
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
TS round one / Gold Card
Sept 20th
All brackets including Combo, SSH,
12:30pm - 2:00pm
All SPortsman/Bracket time trials SS 1st and 2nd rd elims NW Outlaws 'Q'
Sept 20th
Qualifying
2:00pm-2:30
TS elim's and Gold Card Elim's
Sept 20th
Track prep
2:30pm
Possible round one elims for large classes or final qualifying.
Sept 20
Third qualifier Doorwarz
3:00 - 5:00pm
Open Comp, OL 275, Hot Street Doorslammers, TS, OL 10.5
Sept 20
Pro Mod
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Pro Mod 'Q' 3
Sept 20
Doorwarz Fourth qualifier
6:00 - 8:00pm
Final qualifier OC, OL 275, Hot Street, DS, TS, OL 10.5
Sept 20
Pro Mod
8:00pm
Pro Mod fnl 'Q'
Sept 21
Elimination's
9:00 am
Al Brackets rd 1
Sept 21
Elimination's
10:00 am
Open Comp
Sept 21
Qualifier
10:30 am
TS lone qualifier
Sept 21
Opening ceremonies
11:00 am
Sept 21
RD one elimination's
11:00 am
RD 1 Pro Street and all Doorwarz classes
Sept 21
Continue Eliminations
1:00 pm - 5:00pm
eliminations Doorwarz classes and Brackets
Sept 21
Final rounds Eliminations
5:00-6:00pm
Final rounds
Sept 21
closing ceremonies
Approx 6:00 pm
Secure event

 

September 12, 2014

We are proud to announce that Tim Horton's Mission will sponsor the Doorwarz Pro Mod Class. They will put up $500.00 to the quickest Nitrous Pro Mod in hopes of have the first '5' second run in Canada for the Nitrous powered cars. They will also put up 500.00 to the low qualifier overall in Pro Mod. Thank you to the Adams family.

Diamonds and Design will award all class winners with "Dog Tags" again for this year's race. Thank you to Glen Briad and Kari Klym


 

The Canada West Doorslammers

Tentative entries are:

1. Paul Soares
2. Steve Burkett
3. Rob Charlton
4. Terry Shuflita
5. Grant Klohn
6. Paul Stretch
7. Kevin Lance
8. Mark Simpson
9. Mark Schuppener
10. Henry Zacharias
11. Greg Dolling
12. Rick Limb
13. Gord Bush
14. Doug Steele
15. Dale Grasdal
16. Dave Warren
17. Tyson Wells
18. David Heans
19. Brian Ritchie
20. Terry Langdon-Davies
21. Thomas Gronmyr
22. John West
23. Joe Mayzes
24. Grant Howell
25. Gene Fleury
26. Dustin Hotte
27. Rhys Ingham
28. Nick Duda
29. Mike Bedsworth

Confirm your participation by emailing us at speedzoneracing@gmail.com or speedzone1@shaw.ca The Doorslammers are running a single header event with eliminations on Sunday. Participants are welcome to race Top Sportsman on Saturday. TS has a double header.

Announcement for Top Sportsman

In our effort to get more cars for the class we have dropped the minimum et to 8.49. All you Super Street and Super Gas cars capable of running mid to low eights can now enter.

September 9, 2014

Here are the competitors in Open Comp from last year. Check to to see if your name is on the list and confirm you are running the class or not. Also to the guys/gals guys who have pre entered this year, I have a few of those names on this list but not all. Please send a confirmation again to speedzoneracing@gmail.com or speedzone1@shaw.ca

1. Kevin McNicol
2. Doug Ludwig
3. Mandi Brookes
4. Justin Gallant
5. Mike Stewart
6. Keith Vahle
7. Ken Funk
8. Darren Derochers
9. Jeff Peters
10. Jas Kooner
11. Joe Pente
12. Craig Castagno
13. Darren Dilley
14. Dave Watson
15. Jack Verbeek
16. Daniel Rodrigue
17. Jason Graw
18. Norm Tuepah
19. Dan Hamill
20. Brian Putz
21. Dyan Lover
22. Lester Baranuik
23. John Tabak
24. Wilf Friesen
25. Mike Render
26. Kevin McCauley
27. Tim Elford
28. Ryan Johnston
29. Rockey Filpchuk
30. Terry Charles
31. Joel Da Silva
32. Steve Erickson
33. Lorne Mackie
34. Wayne Darby
35. Darren Burt
36. Doug Lalonde
37. Kevin McNabb
38. Russ Mitchell
39. Chris McGraa
40. Walter Johnson
41. Craig Johnson
42. Larry Rhodenizer
43. Jason Field
44. Kash Sandhu
45. Glen Fillingham
46. Tim Bartel
47. John DePourcq
48. Chris Harvey
49. Danny Howlett
50. Mike Redford
51. John Breining
52. Mark Thompson
53. Chris Sharpe
54. Darrick Teichroeb
55. Hank Vermeulen
56. Ron York
57. Christian Bilodeau
58. Evan Pletti
59. Dan Pletti
60. Bron Palko
61. Mac Harris
62. Steve Black
63. Mike Boitsin

64. Maurico Solano
65. Mike Yarmuch
66. Susan Fougere

66. Ralph Prichette
67. Guy Johnston

Last years Pro Mod champion Jon Scialpi has confirmed his entry for Doorwarz II.

Jeff Hill will be out for the event as well.

September 8, 2014

We are just 10 days away from the second annual Doorwarz.

---A few notices for all competitors---

The Race schedule is going to be posted Tuesday.

All Open Comp competitors. There will be a section put aside (in the second pit area) for all OC teams with bigger rigs and trailers. They will have a designated area, but individual named spots won't be utilized for the class in 2014 (those who have emailed to confirm their entry will get priority parking including the bigger rigs). The fence line in both the main pit and Pit #2 will be used for open trailers in Open Comp and the bracket classes (this is due to last year's parking issues for those classes). Super Shifter will have their usual pit area on the South section of Pit #2 (next to the berm). If you are parking with a group of racers in Open Comp, we welcome that, but please try and come at the same time. The classes with individual named spots include Pro Mod, Outlaw 10.5, Outlaw 275, Top Sportsman, Hot Street and Doorslammers.

The main pit area will include Pro Mod, Outlaw 10.5, Outlaw 275 and Top Sportsman. The second pit section will include Doorslammer Open Comp and Super Shifter. The Jr Dragster will be pitted together in the section just West of Pit #2 (where many park now). The Bracket classes will also park in that area. Teams that are doubling up classes (Open Comp and a Bracket) will park in Pit #2 and the area West of Pit #2. The six or seven spots in the area West of the fence will be used for NW Outlaws. We will have a map posted in the next couple days outlining the parking assignments. Please try and understand the reasons for having designated areas, and we would appreciated your full co-operation.

 

 

Updated entry fees for competition and testing are now posted.

A note to Top Sportsman. The plan is to have a double header. That is based on 16 cars minimum which is better that the original postings a few months ago which was 20 cars. If 13-15 show up the purse will be prorated to $2,200.00 to win and 800.00 for runner/up, the same for the other rounds. In 12 or less show up it will be a single event (200.00 entry so 100.00 or your original entry fee will be reimbursed to you). The payout will be $3500.00 to win for the single race.

A Note to Outlaw 10.5

As it stands right now there are only 8 cars confirmed. That being said the purse will be as follows:

4,000.00 to win, $1,500.00 r/u, $500.00 semi finals, $250.00 1/4 finals, 150.00 1/8th. $6,000.00 total.

This is the purse if there are 10-12 cars. If eight or nine cars then the purse is :

$3,000 to win, $1,000.00 r/u $500.00 semi finals.

If under eight we reserve the right to cancel the class. Cars can run in another class.

This purse is $5,000.00 more than the entry fee covers. We have a couple sponsors including Paja Trucking and Diversified Mtals work and are confirming a couple more in the next couple days.

Canada West Doorslammers

The Doorslammers are presented by Rutland Auto Repair and RH Race Cars.

Outlaw Pro Mod

An updated entry list for Pro Mod includes Shane Molinari who did complete his license upgrading this past weekend at Mission's LODRS event. He went a best of 6.19/241. That team: Molinari / RH Race Cars / JBS Canada is very exciting after making over a dozen laps on the weekend. The car count is in the 30-34 range for Pro Mod.

Steve Horne has also decided to play this year. His earlier commitments have changed and he is excitied to get back in the car.

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Here is the new shirt design for this year's event. It includes Joe Delehay as the main car on the front. Hoodies (Black and Ash) and T-shirts (Black and White) are available right up to 4x.

August 11, 2014

What a long wait......

The first race of the year at Mission Raceway was last weekend (Langley Loafers) and it was a huge success. An all Concrete surface produced stellar number of many AA/Supercharged cars and the comments were along the lines of, "an awesome smooth surface from the starting line right to the finish line. Car can put the power down right from the start. With the cool conditions in the fall, we expect records to be broken.

This all bodes well for DOORWARZ II in six weeks time. We will be making the changes to the entry lists over the next few days, as a number of team have made changes since year two was announced and then re schedule for the stellar air in September.

The delay has allowed a few teams that would not have been ready for the original July date to now be out in force come September 18-21. In Pro Mod, a new team with driver Shane Molinari and a twin turbo Camaro will debut. Gary Urlacher had an unfortunate crash back in April but his 63 Corvette is almost ready to go with the new body and chassis work. We keep hearing about Rick Di Stefano and his new twin Turbo'd Hemi Camaro. Apparently it is ready to go, but will he debut it in six weeks? Work is the concrete contrators priority this year, but come six weeks time, we will know. Garry Weslosky debuted his new 69 Camaro a month ago at Edmonton and went to the final round. His nitrous powered Camaro is just waiting to eat up the new surface here at Mission.

The Edmonton winner (Joe Delehay) has a new monster blower on his Camaro, and Delehay is just waiting to see how quick he can go. Paul Glandon's new Twin Turbo'd 69 Camaro was finished at the same time and debuted at Edmonton and he just finished a private test and the car showed huge promise as Paul is really excited about heading down to Mission to try out the all concrete track.

Simon Kingsley has a screw blower atop his AJ 481-x wedge and Wade Sjostrom added a screw as well. Doorwarz will be Kinglsey's season debut as well. Craig Cawte confirmed his entry and it is one of the quickest roots blown Camaro's anywhere. In legal NHRA trim the car has gone low 5.90's at 248 mph. Keith Korecki has reworked his Nitrous powered Shelby Mustang with more power and a new body configuration. Mission will be his first outing as well. A number of Nitrous cars went on a diet over the last year and have added more power including Yvonne Lucas and Ross Hogenson.

The battle for the first "five" by a nitrous car in Canada is heating up with Hogenson laying down a career best 6.06/237 blast in 3800 feet of air. How will 0 feet of air help his car. Mike Gondziola does not want to be 'second' to the 'fives' so he will be out in force with his lighter Musi powered Camaro. One of the most anticipated cars is the return of the 'Cranberry Connection' Thunderbird. This car was resurrected by Glen's daughters and it will have an all new Ford powerpalnt with a PSI screw blower on top. Man talk about exciting!

(Gerry Frechette, Drag Race Canada photo)

That is just a handful of the Pro Mod cars that are new or modifiied for 2014 and year II.

Big changes have not been reserved for only Pro Mod though. The "Dale Moznik" Outlaw 10.5 class will be totally different in 2014. Locally, Steve Nicholson is thrashing big time to have his car ready after his unfortunate meeting with Pacific Raceway barrier in the spring. His parts and pieces are all at the chassis shop, so it is just a matter of having enough time to 'get er done'. Dean Branham had delays in getting his new BAE hemi with twins on top ready to go, but Mission's surface better be prepared for his assault. Paja Agatonovic will make his Canadian debut in September. His Camaro with 900+ cubes is state of the art.

Rumors of Dave Bowman running at Mission are out there, will the re-scheduled date allow him to head North. Darryl Stone will compete this year after taking off the 2013 season. His Turbocharge Canso has been well into the fives already. His Mustang is one of the baddest from the East Coast. The biggest news locally though is the return of the familiar 'Blue El Camino.

Dale Moznik is unfortunately not with us anymore, but brother Roy and nephew Vince decided the car should be part of the 10.5 scene in the NW. The success of the car is well known and it is going to be awesome to have it as part of the show. Greg Hindman is trying to get his GXP ready for the fall as well and if there are enough hours in the day then he will be out is force. Eric 'Wildman' Peterson has hinted at big changes for Doorwarz. Will his 51 Chevy be ready in time.

Brent Van Vliet had made a couple dozen runs on his new 10.5 Camaro and they are continually adding more power to it. We should see six second time slips in two weeks in that car, and then they will be ready for September as well.

 

Outlaw 275 and Open Comp will also had different looks to them with new cars and updated ones as well.

Kepp checking back as we countdown to September 18th and the Thursday test session.

 

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May 29, 2014

2014 Event Notice.....

This years race has been unfortunately postponed until September 19-21 due to ongoing track delays on the new racing surface. Mission Raceway staff apologize for the delays. The new date is a good one in that the air that time of year is stellar and could make for some of the quickest and fastest racing ever on the West Coast.

 

May 10, 2014

We are proud to announce we are renaming the Outlaw 10.5 class to "Dale Moznik" Outlaw 10.5. Dale was exactly what the 10.5 class is all about, running hard with not your everyday race car and being bad ass. He remains the only two time winner of the SCSN Outlaw 10.5 class. His name and legacy will go on here as Roy and the rest of his family will run Dale's Blue El Camino in tribute. Very Cool!!

The Outlaw 10.5 page has been updated.

The Top Sportsman page is updated. Close to 20 entries for Top Sportsman.

May 6, 2014

The Entry list for The Pro Mod class has been updated.

So far there are

Nitrous Entries 11 Confirmed - 4 possibles
Roots Blower Entries 8 confirmed - 2 possibles
Screw Blower Entries 6 confirmed - 3 possibles
Turbo Entries 4 confirmed - 5 possibles
All Motor Entries 3 Confirmed

32 confirmed entries and 14 more possibilities (6-10 of these will confirm)

The other classes will be updated on Wednesday May 7th. Over 32 entries are expected for Doorslammer, 16+ for Outlaw 10.5, 40+ for Open Comp, 16+ for Top Sportsman, 12 for xdr 275, and we need a minimum of 8 for Hot Street there are 6 so far.

 


 

April 2, 2014

A great preview video for this years race.

 

 

March 27, 2014

A couple changes (WB and body style in the outlaw 10.5 class)


 

March 25, 2014

The purses and entry fees for all classes for 2014 have been posted.


 

March 24, 2014

Top Sportsman pre entries. Top Sportsman is one race only not a double header, and we need support for this class. It was very weak last year. Enter here.

Outlaw 10.5 pre entries. Let's get this class to 20 entries this year.

Outlaw 275: Lets make 12-16 entries in 2014. The class will be 1/4 mile in 2014. enter here.

Outlaw Pro Mod pre entries to March 23. Individual pages for each type of power adder are as follows: Blower cars, Nitrous cars, Turbo cars, All Motor cars.


 

March 14, 2014

A few changes to the Outlaw 10.5 rules have been added.

March 9, 2014

The Pro Mod class will not be split.

 

The weights for the Pro Mod are as follows: (subject to adjustments)

Naturally Aspirated (no weight restriction)
Nitrous 2300 (no cubic in limit)
Roots 6-71 2000
Roots 14-71 2450 (under 20% od deduct 50lbs)
Roots 18-71 2600
Pro Charger SB 2350
Pro Charger BB 2450
Screw Supercharger 2600 (Deduct 50 lbs under 92%)
Turbo SB under 450cu in 2350 over 451 2450
Turbo BB 88 and 91mm 2550
Turbo BB 94 and 98 mm 2600

 

pre entry for all classes is now open

 

 

February 7, 2014

Rules and weights for Outlaw 10.5 are posted.

February 6, 2014

Outlaw 10.5 will be 1/4 for 2014

$10,000 to win,

$1,500.00 for runner/up

 

Welcome to the North West's premier Doorcar event.

November 11, 2013

Huge thanks to all the military and veterans who served our country.

 

 

 

Here is a cool video from 2012 at the WCOPM event and Mike Maggio's 260+ runs and a few other exciting runs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Here is a highlight video from Mission Raceway's 2012 season

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013 Doorwarz home page

 

 

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