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Build your race car with these parts and get paid to win in 2020!

Participate with NHRA Contingency in 2020 to get paid to win as the new season begins.
27 Jan 2020
Posted by NHRA.com staff
NHRA Contingency

Want to get paid to win, outrun the competition, and develop state-of-the-art performance parts? Perfect, so do the manufacturers that have joined the NHRA Contingency Program — and they want you on their team.

Wait. What?

The NHRA’s Contingency Program is a grassroots marketing platform that connects drag racers with manufacturers of performance products. How? Every weekend from February to November there are NHRA races across North America drawing thousands of racers together. Each of these races has dozens of winners, runner-ups, and semifinalists. The cars that do well get celebrated and shared on all forms of media — the cars that don’t, well, they go back to the shop to figure out where they came up short. 

Often, the difference between winning and losing is the combination of parts you bring to the starting line. The NHRA Contingency Program incentivizes racers to run decals that tell the rest of the world what parts are in their cars. When those drivers win (and the NHRA Tech Department has confirmed the required products and decals are on the car), the NHRA Contingency partners posting in those classes pay $50-$2,500 to the racer. The racers win, the manufacturers win, and people looking to build competitive cars win.

The success of the NHRA Contingency Program is very important to both the manufacturers and the racing community. The manufacturers and the respective products listed below have already committed to the 2020 NHRA Contingency Program. This list is continually being updated. To become eligible for sponsor awards, competitors must be in compliance with the NHRA Rulebook, be able to show proof of purchase of the product claimed, as well as meet the additional requirements from the sponsor and NHRA. Sponsor contacts, requirements, new sponsors, and additional information can be found on the Contingency Sponsor Information page on NHRARacer.com. Decals are available from each specific manufacturer. Some are also available at the Tech/Registration trailer at NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series events.

For questions or additional information on the NHRA Contingency Program, email: [email protected].

A.R.P.Head Studs/Bolts
Altronics Inc.Data Acquisition
Altronics Inc.Weather Station
Amalie OilMotor Oil
ATITorque Converter
Bruno’s AutomotiveConverter Drive
Chevrolet PerformanceCylinder Heads
Chevrolet PerformanceEngine Block
Chevrolet PerformanceCOPO Camaro (incl. Engine)
Coan RacingTorque Converter
Coan RacingTransmission
Computech SystemsData Acquisition
Computech SystemsWeather Station
Casner Racing EnterprisesRacing Transmission
Casner Racing EnterprisesTorque Converter
DensoSpark Plugs
E3Spark Plugs
E3Ignition Wires
Evans CoolingEngine Coolant
FTITorque Converter
GoodyearTires (Drive)
HoosierTires (Drive)
J.W. PerformanceFlexplate
JEGSLog Book
JEGSTire Cover
Lincoln ElectricWelder
Lucas OilMotor Oil
Lucas OilTransmission Fluid
MagnafuelFuel Pump
ManleyConnecting Rods
ManleyValve Springs
MoparDrag Pak Challenger (incl. Engine)
MoparEngine Assembly
MoparIntake Manifold
MoparValve Covers
Moser EngineeringAxle
PAC Racing SpringsValve Springs
RC ComponentsWheels
SimpsonSafety Equipment
S&S CycleEngine
Strange EngineeringAxle
Summit Racing EquipmentCatalog
SunocoRacing Fuels
Trick FlowCylinder Heads
Vintage TrailerTrailer
VP RacingRacing Fuel
Weld RacingWheels (all four)
Weldon PumpFuel Pump
XRP Inc.Hose and Fittings