NMRA True Street is one of the most fun classes in drag racing today. It embodies the spirit of street-legal Ford performance and offers enthusiasts the chance to compete in a safe and exciting environment.Winners are crowned in a variety of performance levels. And twice a year, True Street racers get the chance to show their stuff in the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout.
The TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout is a true test of performance for those choosing three pedals, with fantastic prizes and bragging rights at stake. In order to be eligible to run in the Shootout, a True Street competitor must have a street-style manual transmission (face-plated and pro-shifted are allowed). The second TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout of 2019 was held September 28-29 at the NMRA World Finals in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
The eight quickest drivers received a special Shootout plaque, a custom TREMEC jacket and a spot on the ladder for the Shootout eliminations. Up for grabs was a brand-new McLeod Racing RXT Twin Disc Clutch and Flywheel (valued at approximately $1,300), plus an engraved award presented in the Aerospace Components Winners Circle. The runner-up prize was a $500 McLeod Racing product certificate and custom plaque.
A total of 35 manual-transmission?equipped Fords competed in True Street at the 2019 NMRA World Finals. The Top 8 was a mix of late-model body styles, from four-eyed Foxes to boosted Shelby Stallions.
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