PSCA, Modular Mustang Racing Team Up To Pick Up Class Fee For New Racers
FONTANA, Calif.-What's better than racing at a Pacific Street Car Association event? Having your class fee paid for you! 

The PSCA and Modular Mustang Racing are teaming up to save new racers some green at the remaining three events, including the upcoming race at Auto Club Dragway in Fontana, Calif. It's simple; just purchase an NHRA tech card at the ticket booth after arriving at a PSCA race, then head to the PSCA trailer after parking. Then choose the appropriate class for your race vehicle and MMR will pick up the PSCA class fee. Email us at for any questions

MMR was founded in 1993, specializing in the installation of Mustang-specific parts. The company would go on to lead in the field of Turbo-Charged Modular Ford technology, building race cars that would destroy drag racing records all over the country.

"We want new drivers to experience what we have to offer," said PSCA President Mel Roth. "We provide great payouts with one of the biggest contingency programs in the sport and, most importantly, our racers and fans have fun at our races. Thanks to Modular Mustang Racing, new drag racers have a great incentive to give us a try."

Regular PSCA racers aren't being left out in the cold, however. Any racer entering in two PSCA classes at the next event and wins them both during Sunday eliminations will receive a $1,000 double-up bonus at the pay window!

The next race on the PSCA schedule is May 1-3 at Auto Club Dragway in Fontana, Calif. For schedule and ticket info, head to 
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PSCA May/Fontana Event to Feature Double Points & 2 For 1 Class Entry Plus $1000.00 Double-Up Bonus 
The Pacific Street Car Association is returning to the Auto Club Dragway May 1-3 for the PSCA/Chassisworks Spring Shootout and we're going to make it profitable for the racers! Double championship points, 2 for 1 class entry. Not enough? Combine those two offers with a SPECIAL $1,000 Double Up bonus for winning in two classes and you're leaving the track with a trophy AND some cash! Just buy two NHRA tech cards at the Fontana ticket booth and take them to the PSCA sign-up trailer and officials will offer two class entries for the price of one. For all the details, visit or our official page on Facebook at

2015 PSCA  
MagnaFuel Outlaw 10.5--Doug Sikora 
MagnaFuel Xtreeme Drag Radial--David Singletary 
ProCharger 235 Limited--Rick Hatch 
Mickey Thompson Tires Wild Street--George Raygoza 
Vortech Superchargers Outlaw 8.5--Casey Van Tol 
Edelbrock Super Index--Doug Carter 
Ross Racing Pistons Triple Index--Jake Evans 
MMR Open Comp--Kevin Stokesberry 
Brodix Bracket 1--Matt Hardy 
Accufab Mustang Maddness--Paul Wolfe 
Calvert Racing Street Muscle--George Mattie 
Jr. Dragster (8-12)--Morgan Buchanan 
Jr. Dragster (13-18)--Emma Deuschle

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About the Pacific Street Car Association
Heading into its 16th season, the Pacific Street Car Association, based in Las Vegas, has been a staple of West Coast drag racing since its inception. With six heads-up classes, four bracket classes, and two index classes, the PSCA provides some of the best racing in the country for both fans and racers. The PSCA season is capped off by its Street Car Super Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, having just wrapped up its tenth year. Introduced in 2014 was the first SCSN event outside of Las Vegas, Anarchy at the Arch at Gateway Motorsports Park near St. Louis. This event produced the fastest- and quickest-ever doorslammer pass in drag racing history.