The Summit Racing Equipment Mid-West Pro Mod Series (MWPMS) will put on an exhibition race presented by Atomizer Racing Injectors at the AAA Texas NHRA FallNationals.
The Mid-West Pro Mod Series features all types of engine power boosters, including screw-type superchargers, centrifugal superchargers, turbochargers and nitrous-oxide injection, with all competing side-by side on the eighth-mile in a 3.6-second, 210-plus-mph show.
Among the cars in competition will be Keith Haney's "Black Mamba, a new, Bickel-built, nitrous-boosted 2019 Camaro, along with teammate Jim Sakuvich in his own new, Bickel/nitrous '69 Camaro, will be joined by 20 more invited racers vying for a spot in the 16-car MWPMS qualified field.
Invitees include newly crowned series champion Aaron Wells with his screw-blown '67 Shelby Mustang; Adam Flamholc, winner of the most recent MWPMS event with his supercharged '63 Corvette last week in Tulsa; championship runner-up Justin Jones, plus his father Jeff Jones in a pair of blown C7 Corvettes; and Todd Martin, Haney's partner in owning Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park, with his supercharged '68 Mustang.
Also among the invited drivers are Michael Bradley, Travis Brandt, Jeffrey Cummins, Tommy Cunningham, Ed Emerson, EJ Hickl, Dean Marinis, Todd Moyer, Wayne Roberts, Clint Satterfield, Mick Snyder, Jon Stouffer, Hank Stubbs, John Sullivan, and Tony Williams.
The planned schedule for the MWPMS at the AAA Texas NHRA FallNationals calls for completing two rounds of qualifying on Thursday with an additional round of qualifying on each of the next two days, followed by two elimination rounds also on Saturday. MWPMS semifinals and the final round will be contested in front of the NHRA raceday crowd on Sunday with the standard MWPMS purse and a coveted NHRA Wally trophy on the line.