The Second Annual Nitto NMRA/NMCA All Star Nationals held and the opulent zMAX Dragway in Concord, NC provided some great performances and amazing racing action all weekend long.

In Scorpion Performance Pro Street, Joe Dunne took top qualifier honors with a 6.21 at over 225 miles per hour. IN the final, it was Chris Rini and Troy Coughlin facing off. Coughlin blew the tires off, allowing Rini;s 6.43-second blast to take the win.

In Mickey Thompson Super Street 10.5, Frank Meshaw took the number one qualified spot with a 6.77 at 119 miles per hour. The semifinals were postponed, as Tony Nesbitt’s mother, Barb, was involved in an accident, and the other drivers in the semis asked to postpone their race until the next event, so that Tony could be with his family.

ARP Nostalgia Pro Street saw David Beeson take the top spot with a 7.29-second effort. In a tight side-by-side final round, Jeff Colletta defeated Kevin Parent, 7.43 to 7.48.

Vortech Xtreme Street was full of surprises, with Bill Trovato piloting his Starfire to an killer 7.99 at 171.99 miles per hour on Saturday. In eliminations, Jamie Stanton posted a perfect reaction time against Trovato in the final, and won on a holeshot victory.

Skip Baskin took the top spot in Comp Cams Pro Stock, with an 8.629-second pass. The final came down to Baskin and Greg Delaney, in which Delaney had to lift, while Baskin lit the boards with an 8.65 for the win.

Brad Schehr was the king of qualifying on BFGoodrich Tires Street Radial, Carding an 8.82 at 155 miles per hour. Schehr made it to the final round, where he took the win as Heath Shemwell went .002 red.

Drag Racer Magazine Mean Street racer Jeremy Gillam took the number one spot on the ladder going into eliminations with a 10.02 at 132 miles per hour. In the final, Gillam soundly defeated Mike Winters, 10.10 to 10.51.

In Indy Cylinder Heads Nostalgia Super Stock Dallas Schultz took the top honors, running 10.002 on his 10.00 index in qualifying. In the final, Doug Duell dispatched Steve Wilson in a stout holeshot victory.

Tony Miles rose to the top of FSC Nostalgia Muscle Car by running an 11.02 on his 11.00 index on Saturday. Miles made it to the final, but fell to Mike Clifford in a double breakout run.

Trick Flow Open Comp saw Rob Whitney’s .002 reaction time stand as the best in qualifying. In the final, it was Mark Young taking the win light when Mike Roup broke out on the top end.

Rick Ellison took the top honors in Eaton Posi Late Model EFI, with a .002-second light in qualifying. In the final, it was a Corvette showdown, as Edgar Perez and Jim Burford ran hard to the stripe in a double breakout, with Burford being the lesser offender.