NMCA is Proud to Announce the All-New Chevrolet Performance Stock Class for the 2015 Season
Rollie Miller, NMCA National Event Director, announced an exciting all-new class for 2015 in both the NMCA Series and the LSX Showdown Challenge Series. The new Chevrolet Performance Stock (LS Stock) class will be using the brand-new Chevrolet Performance DR525 drag racing sealed crate engine. The DR525 is scheduled to go on sale this summer.
"The all-new Chevrolet Performance Stock (LS Stock) class signals an important advancement for drag racing, delivering exciting heads-up racing at a lower cost to our racers," said Miller. "The entire NMCA team is thrilled to be partnered with Chevrolet Performance to debut this new class. Chevrolet Performance Stock will provide some extremely close and exciting racing starting in 2015."
Chevrolet Performance Stock Class Overview
Chevrolet Performance Stock (LS Stock) is a naturally aspirated heads-up class designed for 1955-and-later vehicles and is designed as a low-cost, entry-level heads-up class. All entries must compete on accepted suspensions and at the same base weight: 3,300 pounds. The class is an all-run, heads-up field using a 0.400 Pro Tree, Autostart.
Additionally, all entries are required to read and sign a racer's contract to prevent class participants from tampering with and/or altering the factory-sealed Chevrolet Performance DR525 crate engine and requisite engine control system.
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