Thursday, June 13, 2024

2024 Mid Atlantic Super Series Preview

The Mid Atlantic Super Series will kick off their 2024 season at Cecil County Dragway on May 18-19, 2024.

The following article was provided by the Mid Atlantic Super Series

VINELAND, NJ – The Mid Atlantic Super Series announced their 2024 action packed schedule that will keep everyone busy over the five weekend – ten race schedules for most. In 2023 the series expanded out from it is normal .90 classes of Super Comp, Gas & Street to also feature Top Sportsman, Top Dragster & Juniors to offer a little more incentive to tracks to host them for years to come. The series had planned to run at tracks like Atco, Maple Grove & Cecil County but as we all know by now the sudden closure of Atco mid-season threw a giant Monkey Wrench into the plans and cut the 2023 schedule down from ten scheduled events to only five. 

The 2024 schedule is one that has a little bit of everything for everyone as President Rob Keister & VP Dana Nahill worked hard with the surrounding tracks to put together a schedule that will suit just about everyone rather you race Juniors, .90, Top Sportsman / Dragster or Brackets, the schedule has it all. The season kicks things off the weekend after the LODRS NHRA D1 series does at the same track and Cecil County Dragway on May 18-19. Just like with all the Mid Atlantic .90 races, they feature double events so for one tow you get two races and a Free racers BBQ on Saturday Night. This event will feature Juniors, .90, the Top 32 Challenge, Gamblers Bracket Races both days and the popular United Stock / SS Series on Saturday. 

The series then visits the “House of Chaos” for a June 29-30 showdown that will break up the series from its normal group as it will include the .90 classes & Top 32 series. The Juniors will be in attendance but will be part of the ET Bracket Series race for that weekend which will feature two events. The Maple Grove ET Series features classes such as Super, Pro, Sportsman, Bikes, Junior Street, Juniors, and Pro Dial to add to those racers who want to get a chance at 4 classes for one tow over the weekend. 

A new venue will join the long list of tracks the series has been apart of as they welcome Mason-Dixon Dragway to the family for a July 20-21 shootout that will bring some new faces to the series and relive some of the days of the old MAPGA series that used to visit in the early 90’s. With Bristol going on for the JDRL ECF, Juniors will once again skip this weekend and it will be the .90 Classes, Top 32 and a Footbrake race. Other classes might be added later but, track owner Elmer Wachter is excited to bring NHRA style class racing back to the Boonsboro, MD facility since the NHRA National Open series last visited in the late 2000’s. 

Mason Dixon Dragway

The series then closes it all out with double weekends back at Cecil County Dragway on August 3-4 and September 7-8. The August date will once again feature one of the biggest social gatherings on the East Coast and the 31st Annual Uncle Buck Pig Roast. Just like in May the series will welcome back the Junior Dragsters along with the .90 classes, Top 32 series, Gamblers Races, and the United Stock / SS Series on Saturday. In September those wishing to grab some test hits in before the NHRA Pep Boys Nationals may do so with a two-day race at the NE Maryland Track and once done on Sunday can go stack in line at the PA facility that is only fifty miles North of Cecil. The same classes as May & August will be featured that weekend to give everyone an action-packed weekend of racing.

Uncle Buck Pig Roast 2023

Fuel Factory with association from Roadrunner Race Fuels located in Mohnton, Pa return as the title sponsor of the .90 series for 2024. Fuel factory is the newest performance racing fuel to hit the market in 2023. Owned & Operated by the Tedesco family out of Murrysville, Pa Fuel Factory has surrounded themselves with some of the top names in the racing industry in a noticeably brief time. One of them being Roadrunner Race Fuels located only 10 minutes from Maple Grove Raceway. Roadrunner is owned and operated by Super Comp Racer Jeff Stricker and Family and can supply you with all the Fuel Factory items at your fingertips. You can find Fuel Factory on the web at Fuel Factory (fuelfactoryusa.com) or contact Jeff at 717-587-1693 to stock up for the season. Title sponsors are still available for the Top 32 & Junior Programs along with associate sponsorship.

For those inquiring on how to become a member or what you need to do to race with the series, please go on over to the series FB pages for more information. Each series has their own points series along with year end champions. You do not have to be a member to race with us if you cannot make all the events. For more information, please reach out to Rob Keister at 856-332-2851 or BKSG1198@gmail.com or Dana Nahill at dana.leone@gmail.com. See you at the track in 2024!

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