Established in 2004, the PMRA presents the best in Pro Modified drag racing with cars obtaining over 240 mph in under six seconds down the quarter mile. Now in its fourth season, the Quick 32 Sportsman Series matches top dragster and top sportsman cars competing against each other with the finalists from each side racing to determine an event winner. And the PBSS, in its second season, pits Pro Bike motorcycles with Pro Sled snowmobiles.
Both the Quick 32 Sportsman Series and the PBSS race in an indexed, dial-in format using the full Christmas tree as other Sportsman classes, while the PMRA racers line up to a Pro Tree in true heads-up racing.
After two complete races this year, Jeff Roth of New Dundee, ON, leads the PMRA Championship Point Award Series with one win to his credit and 590 points. Former three-time PMRA champ Bruce Boland of Hamilton, ON, is next with 582 points, and recent winner Jack Grainy of North Tonawanda, NY, has 576 points.
Leading the Quick 32 Sportsman Series presented by NAPA Auto Parts Championship Point Award Series Standings is Kevin Wicke of Stratford, ON, with 500 points, with event winner Jeff Moser of Bamberg, ON, second with 494 points and Mike Everitt, also of Stratford, third with 491 points.
Just off a recent win, John Orfanidis of Toronto, ON, heads up the PBSS Championship Point Award Series Standings with 460 points, followed by Chris Bondi of Aurora, ON, with 457 points, and tied with 418 points are the Beachville, ON, team of Danny Staples and Kevin McKay, and Bob McDonald of Woodstock, ON.
The PMRA, Quick 32 Sportsman Series, and PBSS race together several times this season, offering fans an exciting and complete package of drag racing action.
The Pro Modified Racing Association competes with its two companion series, the Quick 32 Sportsman Series and the Pro Bike & Sled Series, offering an exciting and colorful package of drag racing action.