Editor's Notes | Mar '08

BY: TOM BRAY

 The 2008 sand drag racing season has gotten off to a fast start on the west coast with two large NSDA events. NSDA’s season opening events in at the Cocopah (Yuma) and Soboba (San Jacinto) Casinos were full of amazing racing and good turnouts. The season will continue on in March as the NSDA heads back to Yuma where the big story line will be whether or not more records will be broken. Obviously weather conditions will be the key as it should be much warmer than the record setting weekend in January, however it will be interesting to see if racers can overcome the heat to lay down some passes rivaling the amazing ones seen a couple months ago. In March, we will also see action starting up a little eastward as Atoka Motorsports Park holds their first race of the season. As always, NSDN will have coverage of both events.

I am currently looking for a few good writers for NSDN to kick up our content a notch or two. If you are interested in writing a traditional column like Mike or Isaac do monthly, a tech column, racer blog, or anything else you may have in mind; feel free to contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss options. This is a great opportunity for a racer, track, race official, etc. to be able to plug the latest goings on with their program as well as bringing forth more exposure for their sponsors and crew members.

Another thing I would encourage readers to do is talk to your local track or promoter and encourage them to e-mail results and news in to NSDN if they do not currently do so. NSDN is also currently searching for sponsorship for the rest of our 2008 Daily Race Coverage schedule. Be sure to contact us for more information on how to gain more exposure for your product, service, or race team through advertising with NSDN. Until next month….

Tom Bray (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


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