The Southwest Heritage Racing Association recently held their annual awards banquet at the DFW Marriott Hotel at Champions Circle.  Not only were the 'Top Five' in each class recognized for their efforts in 2017, but there were also several big announcements made.

Since the first day of the SHRA, Mallory Screen Print and Embroidery in Joshua, Texas has been the series' first and only series sponsor.  However, in order to bring new faces to the SHRA fold, Mallory has agreed to step aside and become the “Official Screen Print and Embroidery Company of the SHRA” and open the door to the “Red Line Shirt Club,” which will now be the SHRA series sponsor.

The Red Line Shirt Club is a drag racing T-shirt membership company that produces T-shirts of famous drag racers from the past. With the growth of the SHRA nostalgia drag racing series, the Red Line Shirt Club took notice and wanted to increase their involvement with the series.

Series President Chris Graves said, "To have the leading nostalgia drag series in the Southwest  come together with the finest nostalgia drag racing T-shirt 'club' in the country says volumes about our series. The SHRA looks to bring more awareness regionally and nationally to the products produced by the Red Line Shirt Club."

Randy Ranew, the man behind the club said, "It just makes sense for Red Line Shirt Club to be involved with the Southwest Heritage Racing Association, and I look forward to continuing to keep the history of drag racing alive and well with our partnership."  The Red Line Shirt Club will be providing exclusive T-shirts for the SHRA in 2018.  

To learn more about the Red Line Shirt Club, check them out online at  

The Southwest Heritage Racing Association begins their 6th season of nostalgia drag racing on March 17th at San Antonio Raceway.  Learn more about the SHRA at