Coming off successful exhibition shows in Gainesville and Atlanta, the Southeast Nostalgia Pro Stock Association will once again pay tribute to the rich history of the Pro Stock class during next week’s NGK NTK NHRA Four-Wide Nationals. The North Carolina-based association will have a strong presence at zMax Dragway both on and off the track with exhibition runs and a static pit-area display.
The roster for this week’s event includes several iconic hot rods, including Jeff Rudisill in the Orndorff and Eckman '86 Camaro, Ed Eichelberger in the “Grumpy's Toy” '68 Camaro made famous by Pro Stock pioneer Bill “Grumpy” Jenkins, Terry Adams in his authentic Frank Iaconio Olds Cutlass, Ron Swann in the Wayne County Dodge Daytona former campaigned by two-time world champ Darrell Alderman, Leon Smith in the Weldon Foster Dodge Daytona, and Mike Whitaker in the “Billy the Kidd” Stepp Dodge.
In addition to the on-track action, there will also be a display in the pit area featuring other vintage Pro Stock entries including the Atlanta-based ’72 Plymouth Duster of Reid Whisnant, now owned by McGrath Keen.
All six racers are scheduled to make one run each on Friday and Saturday during the Charlotte event, which features the popular four-wide format for professional and alcohol competitors.
Limited tickets are available for the upcoming zMax event. Click HERE to purchase reserved seats, general-admission tickets, or camping for the exciting latest round in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series.