What's Drag Racing:
Drag Racing is a 1/4mile-sprint event. Who ever reaches the finish end first, wins the race.
Paddock area to hold up to 129 team vehicles. Designated burnout area if needed. The racing part area is ¼ of a mile long with side concrete barrier for safety reasons. Another ½ mile stoppage area. All MDRA events will be monitored with the Portatree computer system for everybody to get a time slip with his best elapsed times. Ambulance service and fire fighting services are provided in every event for safety reasons.
Run what you bring is open for all public participating in any type of car, truck or motorbike.
Drag Race Events are open only for MDRA licence holders.
Street Car Event is open for all road legal cars and bikes.
For anybody to acquire an MDRA licence, first you need to compete in a R.W.Y.B. and get used to the vehicle you're driving. Then in an official Drag Race event, you need to do three observation runs before starting participating with other competitors. Once the concerned parties' sees that everything went right, you'll be handed the MDRA drivers licence.
Grades of licence:
Category C Licence: For all Vehicles running up to 11.5 seconds.
Category B Licence: For all Vehicles running up to 8.00 seconds.
Category A Licence: For all vehicles running under 8.0 seconds.
For anyone to take part in a Run What You Bring, the MDRA
license is not needed, but you need a full face crash helmet
during testing. You need the licence to participate in a drag
You need to sign up and fill out an entry form before participating
in an event. Event dates and Closing dates of entries and
all regulations will be found here in the Calendar category.
Licence will be needed and showed, to sign up your vehicle
Becoming a member:
To become an MDRA member it's easy. You Only have to fill up a form, pay a membership fee and you'll have all you need to know about drag racing in general, like race regulations, vehicle regulations, events calendar, mailing and so on.
If you need to know more about drag racing, don't hesitate to ask. We are there to help out, for the best of our association.
We can either be reached at the track or contacted