MORE EXOTIC PART RULES FOR NHRA PS
Mon, 2007-02-26 21:55
A heated discussion during a meeting of Pro Stock team owners in Pomona led to a second, and more calm gathering in Phoenix, may lead the NHRA rule makers to make certain rule clarifications to eliminate the gray areas in the rulebook. Several low-budgeted teams have lobbied for clarification, but it may be at the suggestion of an influential figure within the community that leads the NHRA in the direction of clearing up the uncertain areas. The ire of many teams appears to be the use of electric shocks that reportedly carry a price tag of $50,000 and an additional $25,000 for the training required to operate them.