Breaking NMCA/NMRA News

We just learned tonight that our close friend Roger Conley has been named the new NMRA/NMCA National Tech Director.

For those that don’t know, Roger was previous the head guy in charge over at Precision Turbo, and when in that position was vital to PTE being a coverage partner and supporter of E3xtreme for multiple years. We couldn’t be happier for Roger, along with all the racers in the NMRA and NMCA series.

Roger will bring a wealth of first hand knowledge to the position from his years in the industry. There are so many different classes that you have to attempt to keep parity in and I personally feel that Roger will do a great job moving forward with this position. Below is the formal press release we received regarding Roger’s position at NMRA/NMCA.

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Breaking News—Roger Conley Named NMRA/NMCA National Tech Director

Santa Ana, CA (February 8, 2019) The NMRA Ford Nationals and NMCA Muscle Car Nationals is proud to announce Roger Conley as the National Tech Director, overseeing technical and safety operations for the leading street-legal drag racing organization. Conley comes to ProMedia Events & Publishing with extensive experience in data acquisition and power adder segments along with a high-level of motorsports background that spans over 30 years.

“We are excited to bring Roger and RC2 Motorsports into the NMRA and NMCA sanctioning bodies, he is well-respected in the racing community and brings a very unique set of skills to the position thanks to his 15 year career at Racepak where he worked with professional and sportsman race teams and most recently as the General Manager of Precision Turbo and Engine,” said Rollie Miller, General Manager and National Event Director at ProMedia Events & Publishing.

“It is both humbling and exciting to work with the ProMedia group, I am looking forward to being part of its growth and helping in the success of the organization,” shared Conley, as he moves into a role where he will help shape the street-legal drag racing market.

Conley begins immediately and he is quickly getting up to speed on the 2019 rulebook while preparing for the season opening events—the 25th annual NMRA Spring Break Shootout (February 28-March 3) and the 17th annual NMCA Muscle Car Mayhem (March 7-10) at Bradenton Motorsports Park.

All racing related questions should continue to be sent via the nmrarules@promediapub.com and nmcarules@promediapub.com e-mail addresses. The NMRA/NMCA Tech group can be reached at 714/785-8282. For more information on the racing series, visit www.NMRAdigital.com for NMRA Ford Nationals and www.NMCAdigital.com for the NMCA Muscle Car Nationals.

About ProMedia Events and Publishing

ProMedia Events and Publishing is the leader in muscle car motorsport events and publishing since 1998. It specializes in Street-Legal Drag Racing and Car Shows with its NMRA Ford Nationals and NMCA Muscle Car Nationals sanctioning bodies and produces over 16 events per year from coast-to-coast, together with the highly acclaimed NMCA West Auto-X autocross series. The sanctioning bodies benefit from over 150 participating companies, including the OE manufacturers Ford, Chevrolet, and Dodge.

In addition to the motorsport events, ProMedia is a digital and print publishing company with its digital magazine Race Pages and its print product Fastest Street Car Magazine, which is produced monthly. Fastest Street Car Magazine enjoys a unique and effective distribution through speed and custom shops, engine builders, and other auto-enthusiasts retail locations. Fine-tuned over the last 20 years, the FSC distribution model puts the magazine in the hands of parts-buying enthusiasts and influencers. Race Pages Digital launched in late 2017 and quickly made its mark for delivering breaking news, race coverage, exclusive video content, and technical stories.