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Pro Street to Compete at the Mid-West Drag Racing Series Throwdown in Tulsa


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Pro Street to Compete at the Mid-West Drag Racing Series Throwdown in Tulsa

TULSA, OKLAHOMA (April 26, 2022) The exciting Pro Street class has competed at Throwdown in different variations for years. However, in 2022, the class becomes part of the MWDRS at both Throwdowns with the possibility of being added to others in 2022 and 2023.

Dave Pierce of Tulsa’s iconic Dave’s Claremore RV had a vision and desire to compete again himself after stepping out of the seat of the family-owned and campaigned Purple Gorilla Nitrous Pro Mod several years ago. The Pro Street class has seen the track in Tulsa for years, with a few tweaks.

“I really wanted to revive the class and make it competitive and give us something to build on. The radial classes have really gone away in the Mid-West so I sold my radial Camaro and purchased a 2003 Grand Am”, states Dave Pierce.

Cars like Pierces’ Bickel-built car, that was a former Jason Line Pro Stock car, are perfect for this class which aims to resurrect some of the cars people have in their shops.

After conversations with other racers and series Founder Keith Haney, it all came together quickly this spring.

“We love Pro Street here in Tulsa. This is a great chance to get some racers who maybe stepped away back in the game. There are so many ex-Pro Stock cars around that need to get back on track”, states Haney.

“I spoke to quite a few of the local Tulsa and OKC racers and the class evolved with rules. The goal was to keep it under control and not let it get out of hand money-wise. The best way to do this was to base it off a 4.20 index with a Pro Tree and no Handicapped start”, says Pierce.

Thanks to sponsorship help from Dave’s Claremore RV, racers will compete for a $4400 purse (8-car field) or $5800 purse (16-car field) at both Throwdowns.

Rules are as follows and are open to anyone who wants to compete:

PRO STREET RULES 1. Must be a true doorslammer Pro Street=looking body. No tapered front end Pro Mod style bodies. No one piece bodies, alterds, or dragsters.

  1. Any motor, power adder combination, permitted one power adder only (No nitro) Minimum weight 2790 lbs. including driver Under 105” wheel base minimum weight 2,500 lbs. 4.84 and smaller bore space; one stage NOS. (2 NOS solenoids) 2450 lbs. Naturally aspirated up to 5.3 Bore Space 2,450 lbs.

  2. Lock up converters add 75 lbs 3 speed transmission- no additional weight 4 speed transmission – add 25 lbs. 5 speed transmission—add 50 lbs. Cars with pedal clutch can be 5-speed—no additional weight

  3. Any rear tire permitted up to 35” max. diameter (as designated on the tire).

  4. All cars must have working headlights (2) & working taillights (2) Lights must be located in normal location for body style Bodies that originally had hidden headlights may relocate headlights

  5. No car may compete in Pro Street & any other class at the same event.

  6. Any qualifying or elimination run faster than 4.20 will be disqualified. If both cars run faster than 4.20 in any elimination round, the car that ran closest to 4.20 is the winner. First or Worst rule applies.

All run fields up to 16 cars

Entry Fee $150 plus $50 per crew member weekend pass

Based on an 8 car field: Winner $2000 RU $1000 Semis $500 1st round loser $100 Total Payout $4400

Based on a 16 car field: Winner $2000 RU $1000 Semis $500 Quarters $250 1st round loser $100 Total Payout $5800

For additional information and safety rules, please visit our website www.midwestdragracingseries.com

Online registration is open for all Throwdown Classes: https://www.stubwire.com/throwdown/racer

FREE Spectator tickets: https://www.stubwire.com/throwdown

Media Contact:
Ellen Eschenbacher – Event Marketing Director – ellen@midwestpromodseries.com –
(317) 719-9672

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