Participants at the NMRA Ford Nationals in Columbus selected Don and Linda Grate's '65 Mus
For 31 years, Mustang and Ford owners in the Columbus, Ohio, area have headed to National Trail Raceway on Labor Day weekend for a big all-Ford race and car show. In the late '70s and '80s, the Performance Ford Club of America staged the original Ford Expo at the quarter-mile track on the east side of town. For a while, the club split from the track and instead held a car show at a local Ford dealership while National Trail continued with its own all-Ford race. Today, however, everything is happily back together under the NMRA banner.
This year's Exedy Racing Clutch NMRA Ford Nationals was held over the September 4-6 weekend. As usual, there was a large turnout of Northeast-based Mustangs and Fords for both the drag racing and the car show.
Jeff Langdon needed more trunk space to haul home the awards for his '02 Roush Mustang. On
Terry McMullen has owned his '69 Boss 302 since 1982. He has a good reason to hang on to i
It seems we're seeing more Mustang IIs at the shows these days. David Wilson has taken the
One of our favorite NMRA awards is for Best Stance. At Columbus, Dennis Wentz took Second