VW Drag Fest- September 29, 2018



Entry Fees:
Children 12 & Under- Free!
Spectators- $7
Vendors/Swap- Free with $7 spectator fee
Car Show- $5 Donation
Racer Entry- $35
Winner of Street & Super Pro will race to be on next years Drag Fest Shirt!

Racer Payout:
Elite Pro/Street Class: 8.00 or slower (1/8 Mile- Bracket Race)
$300 to Win
$50 Runner Up

Super Pro: 7.99 & Quicker(1/8 Mile- Bracket Race)
$1,000 to Win
$400- Runner Up
$200- Semi Finalist

Track follows NHRA Regulations
All Racers should Bring a Helmet & Have Seat Belts
Arm restraints required on open air cars

All Stock & Performance VW, Audi, Porsche are welcome!

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2018 NHRA D1 Jr. Dragster Championships


Numidia 150


This August Numidia Dragway will host its highest paying bracket race to date, the Numidia 150.  Friday & Sunday will pay $10k to the winner and Saturday will pay $20k to the winner with all payouts 100% guaranteed.  There’s a few things that will make this race unique to Numidia’s bracket racing regulars.  First this race is limited to only 150 entries, the main reason for this is to insure that all the racers get plenty of track time and the races will be completed in a timely manner.  Another unique aspect of this race is the 1,000ft finish line.  Typically Numidia runs 1/4 mile racing, the 1,000ft finish line is an effort to attract racers that prefer 1/8 mile bracket racing and to bring something fresh to Numidia bracket racers.  Pre-entries will start being taken on June 1st, only $190 will be required to ensure your spot in this race, the balance will be due at the gate.

Labor Day Weekend- Northeast Sportsman Nationals


Pro-Dial Class July 28th

Pro Dial Rules:

  • .500 Pro Tree
  • Full bodied street appearing cars only
  • Throttle stops/controllers, delay boxes/devices PROHIBITED
  • After market automatic shifters or shifting devices PROHIBITED.  Car must be either shifted by the driver or be OEM.
  • Transbrake and two-step permitted
  • Deep Staging allowed, but auto-start will be on at all times
  • $55-entry
  • $30-buyback


1-8 Entries: Purse prorated for % of entries
9-12- $200 win, $100 RU, $50 Semis
13-24-$300 win, $125 RU, $50 Semis
25-32-$550 win, $250 RU, $100 Semis
32+- $800 Win, $450 RU, $100 Semis, $50 Quarters


June 9th Results

With 6 cars left in the Jr. Dragster category, Lane Kahley picked up a win over Matt Schell, Melissa Wilson won over Gavin Shoemaker, and Nathan Mendenhall took out Ryan Wruble.  In the Semis, Mendenhall took the buy run to the final as Wilson paired up with Kahley.  Wilson had a big starting line advantage and held on for the win running 7.946 on a 7.90 dial.  In the Final, Mendenhall left first with a .009 to an uncharacteristically late .077 for Wilson and it was Mendenhall picking up the win in a double breakout running 8.108 on his 8.11 dial.

In the Street semis, Mike Mackey used an .010 reaction time advantage to pick up a win over Joe Clark and Emily Sabo took a bye run to the final.  In the Final, Sabo held a .008 rt advantage but couldn’t cover the dial as Mackey ran a 12.189 on his 12.16 dial for the his 2nd Street win in as many races.

Down to 5 cars in the pro Category, Scott Tupper paired up with Paul Stravinsky.  Both drivers left with .026 reaction times, Stravinsky got to the stripe first but broke out by .005 as Tupper dropped to .017 above his dial.  Steve VanCraynest picked up another wound with a win over Kevin Mendenhall.  VanCraynest held a .002 reaction time advantage and ran 9.301 on his 9.29 dial to edge out Mendenhall as Vinny DiMino took the bye run down to 3 cars.  In the semis, all three drivers had previously earned a bye run so DiMino got the very rare back to back byes courtesy of his .003 reaction time the previous round and Tupper paired with VanCraynest.  Tupper left with the rt advantage .009 to an .046 but took too much stripe and broke out as VanCraynest ran 9.299 on his 9.29 dial to move into the final round.  In the Final, VanCraynest left first with a .005 rt and DiMino followed with an .016 at the finish line, VanCraynest left DiMino no room running 9.298 on his 9.29 dial for the .013 package.  DiMino dropped to an 8.993 on his 8.98 dial, DiMino’s runner-up was his 3rd in as many points races.

Eight were left in the Super Pro quarters, Brian Reklaitis used a .000 RT to get the win over Rob Bennett, George Miller Moved on as Mark Earnest left -.009, Jason Wilson used a .007 RT to take out Tim Armstrong, and Dalton Roles picked up another round as Kyle Bigley left -.002.  In the semis, it was Roles leaving -.002 to send Miller to the finals and Wilson leaving -.003 to send Reklaitis to the final.  In the final, Reklaitis left .015 to Miller’s .033, Reklaitis ran a 7.211 on his 7.20 dial for the .026 package leaving Miller no room.