The Moss Racing Schedule

Time sure flies when you’re having fun and racing powerful machines at breakneck speeds. Take a look at the events listed on this page to see upcoming races for the year and then come see the Moss Racing team in action. Hope to see you there!

February

- Phoenix National

March

- Tuscon Divisional

April

- Las Vegas National

- Las Vegas Divisional

May

- Fontana Divisional

July

- Sonoma Divisional

- Sonoma National

August

- Seattle National

- Seattle Divisional

- Indianapolis National

September

- Earlville Divisional

October

-Phoenix Divisional

- Las Vegas National

November

- Las Vegas Divisional

- Pomona National

The Moss Racing NHRA Drag Car History


1991 – Chevrolet Monza – NHRA Super Gas (9.9 sec index @ 168 mph)

The first NHRA competitive car that Ken drove helped to put his name on the map

1st big Divisional win in Seattle, 1993 with the Monza


2000 – Don Davis Corvette Roadster - NHRA Super Gas (9.9 sec index @ 168 mph)

Won several “Best Appearing Car” awards at various race tracks

Ken won 2 National events in Pomona and Seattle, respectively


2003 – Chevrolet Cavalier – NHRA Super Comp (8.9 sec index @ 186 mph)

Won 1 National event in Seattle

Won 1 Divisional title in Phoenix


2010 – New Chevrolet Cavalier – NHRA Super Comp (8.9 sec index @ 186 mph)

Won the Phoenix Divisional title 2 years in a row, 2011 & 2012

Our Cars

2013

Don Davis Corvette Roadster - NHRA Super Gas (9.9 sec index @ 168 mph)


2015

Jerry Bickle built 1968 Chevrolet Camaro – NHRA Super Comp (8.9 sec index @ 186 mph)

Won the coveted “Best Appearing Car” award at the 2014 NHRA Toyota National event in Las Vegas


Both cars have an after-market, 2-speed automatic transmission, air shifted. They run on big block, Chevrolet based, all-aluminum engines. The Camaro boasts a 632” and 1340 horsepower while the Corvette holds a 584” and 1210 horsepower. These race cars are equipped with a single 4-barrel carburetor and fueled with racing gasoline.


When at the race track Moss Racing calls a motorhome conversion on a Frieghtliner chassis home. The cars sit comfortably in a 30’ T & E Stacker trailer and there’s even enough room left over for a golf cart that’s colour coordinated to match Ken’s car colours.

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