Savage Mustangs to Take Over NMRA’s ‘King of the Street’ in Kentucky
Winner lays claim to a $2,500 cash prize and a steering column/removable steering wheel combo from IDIDIT Performance.
The National Mustang Racers Association has announced that the King of the Street is returning for the 2019 season, thanks to sponsorship by IDIDIT Performance. The title will be decided on the final day of the 2019 season, with eight Mustang race cars going head-to-head on Sunday of the NMRA World Finals in Kentucky and in addition to being named the NMRA King of the Street, the winner will take home a check for $2,500 and a steering column with a removable hub from IDIDIT Performance.
2019 NMRA King of the Street
The final event of the 2019 NMRA season is the Nitto All-Ford World Finals at Beech Bend Raceway Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky and on the final day of the event, the King of the Street shootout will take place. This one-day class will be comprised of eight winning Mustang racers who took class titles during the season and they will go head-to-head, heads-up to see who is the King of the Street.
The eight-car field will be comprised of the six winners of the QA1 True Street class from the six NMRA events, along with the drivers who win the JLT Performance Spring Break Shootout and the Gateway Rumble. In the event that the same driver wins more than one of the True Street titles during the season, the King of the Street field will be filled by finishing position in the QA1 True Street class at the World Finals.
The winner of this eight-Mustang shootout in Kentucky will get a check for $2,500, but they will also get a new steering column with a removable hub assembly from IDIDIT Performance. The steering parts are worth about $1,000, so the total cash value of the grand prize is $3,500, but the most attractive aspect of this program will be the title of being the NMRA King of the Street.