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National Guard ADRL Announces Andy McCoy Race Cars Qualifying Bonus


O’Fallon, Mo (Dec. 11, 2009) - After joining the National Guard American Drag Racing League (ADRL) in 2009 as a display partner in the series’ manufacturer’s midway, Andy McCoy Race Cars (AMRC) will begin paying a major new bonus to top qualifiers in the Pro Extreme and Pro Nitrous classes next year.

“We’re staying busy and a lot of it I attribute to the ADRL because they put on such a good promotional deal,” McCoy says. “That’s why next year we’re looking to step it up and we’re going to provide $1,000 at each race to the guy that qualifies number one in Pro Extreme and Pro Nitrous.”

AMRC Expands its Operation with a Composite Shop

Washington, Mo. (Dec. 7, 2009) – Andy McCoy Race Cars (AMRC), specializing in the fabrication of high-performance Pro Mod and Top Sportsman drag racing components from chassis to competition-ready vehicles, has added to its lineup with a complete composite shop and the first order of business for the new division is to make AMRC’s proprietary 1970 Plymouth Duster body available.

“This is the next step in the evolution of our race shop,” Andy McCoy said. “We no longer just specialize in chassis building. We are continuing to add to our business with the aim of ultimately producing everything a serious racer would need from bumper to bumper.”
Thomas Myers Enjoys Emotional ADRL Win in Ohio

Granbury, Texas (August 28, 2009) - From the lows of losing a loved one to the highs of winning his first National Guard American Drag Racing League event, the husband and wife race team of Thomas and Rebecca Myers experienced it all at last week. “Tom Slick” captured the ADRL Summit Racing Equipment Ohio Drags III Pro Nitrous title Saturday to cap an emotion-filled three days that started with the passing of his grandfather on Thursday.

A jubilant Myers dedicated the win to his late grandfather, Donald Hailey, and his mother, Donna Myers, in victory lane. “It was such an emotional time,” Myers said. “I just wish Donald could have been there to experience it."
Thomas Myers to drive a new Duster from AMRC

Washington, Mo. (May 20, 2009) – Andy McCoy Race Cars (AMRC) generated a buzz in the drag racing community with the debut last year of its 1970 Plymouth Duster-bodied race car and is currently building one for veteran racer Thomas Myers. Myers will drive the car in the ADRL Pro Nitrous series.

“Thomas is an excellent driver and this is a great opportunity for us to showcase our car so we are working hard to get it to him as soon as possible,” Andy McCoy said. “He has a strong engine and drivetrain combination and I believe when they are joined together with our chassis he will see an immediate increase in performance. That’s why we have agreed to supply this car for him.”
Andy McCoy enjoys his return to the cockpit


Washington, Mo. (May 4, 2009) – His work day lasted just a few seconds Sunday, but race car builder Andy McCoy enjoyed getting back behind the wheel of a Pro Modified car at the O'Reilly NHRA Midwest Nationals in Madison, Ill. Returning to the track after a two-year absence, McCoy is subbing for veteran campaigner Scott Ray, who is recovering from bypass surgery, and is looking forward to racing again in the Get Screened America Pro Mod Challenge series at Bristol, Tenn. in two weeks.

“I really appreciate Scott, Stan and Mary for giving me the opportunity to drive the car in Scott’s absence,” McCoy said. “It’s just taking me a little time to get acclimated to the car because it’s making so much horsepower. My car never generated near as much power as this car.”

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