Quick 8 back in 2018!

The Friday Night Quick 8s presented by Jensen Engine Technologies and Kocher Chassis will be back in 2018 with an exciting new format.  First change will be the 1/8 mile finish line.  Main reason for the change is to allow a quick turnaround for the teams that running this event on a Friday night schedule demands.  The biggest change for 2018 will be the addition of the “coin flip.”  The ladders will be set using the same format as in previous events ( 8- car field, Sportsman Ladder).  Once the ladder is set we will flip a coin, if the coin lands “heads up”, the race will be heads-up.  If it lands tails, the race will be a bracket race.


Street cars with current PA registration and insurance.
Any tire is allowed.
No open headers.  Exhaust must exit through the body, under the sides, or out the rear of the car.
No delay boxes in or on the car anywhere!


#1 Qualifier Bonus- $100
#8 Qualifier Bonus- $25
Winner- $350
R/U- $150
Semis- $35

Dates: (No Rain Dates)

May 11th
June 8th
July 13th
September 7th
October 12th

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.

Mackey & Kohr Claim Division 1 Championships

Congratulations to Mike Mackey for his Street win and Kevin Kohr for his High School win at the 2017 NHRA Division 1 ET Finals.  Mackey picked up the win in his father Bob’s beautiful 1969 Dart, which will be making the trip to the NHRA Finals in Pomona, California in November.  This is the 4th consecutive year that Team Numidia will have a representative at the World Finals in Pomona, and the 10th Numidia driver to make the trip since 2006.  As a team, Numidia finished 2nd overall in the points standings.  Team Numidia has finished 1st or 2nd in the points standings 5 out of the last 7 years with 3 team championships along the way.  Other notable Team Numidia performances were DJ Clark’s semi-final finish in street, Jeff Krushinskie’s semi-final finish in pro and was in it late in super pro as well.