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With the raising popularity of Radial vs the world and radial racing in general, is there any talk by the admin of adding a Drag Radial Section?
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With the raising popularity of Radial vs the world and radial racing in general, is there any talk by the admin of adding a Drag Radial Section?
For now, we've included that genre in the Pro Street section.

http://forum.competitionplus.com/forumdisplay.php?f=6

Open to suggestions though. How about keeping it and renaming?
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thank you sir, I'll check that out
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For now, we've included that genre in the Pro Street section.

http://forum.competitionplus.com/forumdisplay.php?f=6

Open to suggestions though. How about keeping it and renaming?
Renaming it sounds good to me.
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Renaming it sounds good to me.
I agree. Pro Street doesn't really fit what DR racing is, imo.
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I agree. Pro Street doesn't really fit what DR racing is, imo.
Yvonne and I are working on this. The plan is to combine the Pro Street and Pro Modified sections to encompass all forms of heads up small and big tire drag racing, not just drag radial. It would be the place for events by Duck-X, PSCA/SCSN, NMRA-NMCA, KOTS/no-prep events, and any local programs that you participate in, spectate at, or are aware of. Galot's "Mad Mule", Big Dog Shootouts, and Chicago Wise Guys are examples of this.

For context, the Pro Mod section was created to cover this class outside of IHRA and NHRA's programs. This was also before the advent of organizations like ADRL and PDRA.

Pro Street was a common classification used by the race series that Hot Rod Magazine, NMCA and others promoted. Obviously it's evolved and the term is obsolete.

We're open to suggestions, so feel free to post.
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Yvonne and I are working on this. The plan is to combine the Pro Street and Pro Modified sections to encompass all forms of heads up small and big tire drag racing, not just drag radial. It would be the place for events by Duck-X, PSCA/SCSN, NMRA-NMCA, KOTS/no-prep events, and any local programs that you participate in, spectate at, or are aware of. Galot's "Mad Mule", Big Dog Shootouts, and Chicago Wise Guys are examples of this.

For context, the Pro Mod section was created to cover this class outside of IHRA and NHRA's programs. This was also before the advent of organizations like ADRL and PDRA.

Pro Street was a common classification used by the race series that Hot Rod Magazine, NMCA and others promoted. Obviously it's evolved and the term is obsolete.

We're open to suggestions, so feel free to post.
Sounds like a plan to me
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