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The Painless Performance Outlaw Fuel Altered Association

The Outlaw Fuel Altered Association, presented by Lone Star Forklift, is a group of blown alcohol and nitro burning fuel altereds leading the nostalgia movement in the southwest. Our association has members from across the nation and includes many former AA/FA and AA/FC drivers from the defining years of drag racing. We put on the best show of heads-up, chicago style nostalgia drag racing anywhere in the country!

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Nick Poloson Clinches 2017 Chamionship!

The final race of the 2017 season, set for this Saturday in Noble, OK, has been canceled due to cold weather conditions. Additionally, instead of trying to re-schedule this late in the year, the OFAA has decided to call the season complete, which means the points are now set!

So...drum roll please, your 2017 Good Vibrations Motorsports / LoneStar FORKLIFT Outlaw Fuel Altered Champion is...Nick Poloson! The Tom Wood tuned "Sundown" entry driven by Poloson from San Antonio, Texas tallied 149 points this season just four points more than runner up finisher Jimmy Jones and seven points more than third place finisher Mary Reep. This marks Wood & Poloson's first OFAA season Championship! Congratulations to the entire team!

Final Top 10 Standings:
1. Nick Poloson - 149
2. Jimmy Jones - 145
3. Mary Reep - 142
4. Ken Singleton - 136
5. John Broussard - 130
6. Mark Billington - 129
7. Mark Hunter - 118
7. Raymond Dawson - 118
9. Bobby Marriott - 104
10. Donny McSwain - 100

Billington & "Magic Dragon" Score San Antonio Win

San Antonio Raceway welcomed 15 teams to competition as Championship points become ever so crucial to the top contenders. Nick Poloson came into eliminations as the top qualifier at his hometown event, but it was Mark Billington and Jimmy Jones who found themselves side by side in the final round ready for battle.

Billington's 3.81 at 192 defeated Raymond Dawson's 4.03 at 177 mph in the final pair of first round to score a spot in the last dance. Jones had posted a 3.83 at 188 mph to defeat Mary Reep in round one. The final round came to life and after their burnouts, the drivers pulled to the line ready to go. The cars charged full throttle off the starting line and Jimmy Jones started having problems, forcing him to lift off the throttle and that's all Billington needed to thunder through the finish line and take the win! Billington's 3.89 at 191 mph claimed victory over Jimmy Jones' 4.39 at 159 mph as the "Magic Dragon" team owned by Raymond Austin scored their first win of the season.

(Team "Magic Dragon" - Mark Billington - San Antonio Winner)

With only one event remaining this season, the Good Vibrations Motorsports / Lone Star Forklift points chase is well underway. Jimmy Jones and Nick Poloson are tied at the top with 172 points. Mary Reep is just five behind with 167 with Ken Singleton well in the hunt at 162. John Broussard rounds out the top five at 156. The heat is on, the Champion will be crowned, as the OFAA concludes the 2017 season at Thunder Valley Raceway Park in Noble, Oklahoma on Saturday, October 28th.

Grim Reeper Rocks Ardmore Dragway Reunion

The Outlaw Fuel Altered Association, presented by Good Vibrations Motorsports and Lone Star Forklift, charged into Ardmore Dragway in Ardmore, Oklahoma to headline their annual Labor Day Nostalgia Reunion on September 1st and 2nd. With just three events remaining on the 2017 tour the Championship battle was developing quickly and only twelve points separated the top five contenders, led by Ken Singeton's "High Risk" team from Chickasha, Oklahoma. Singleton and company hoped for a solid outing at their hometown event in hopes of chasing Outlaw Fuel Altered Championship glory, but that would be no easy feat with plenty of stiff competition in the pits. Also on tap was a full field of nostalgia cars and cacklefest dragsters ready to put on a show.

(Team "Grim Reeper" - Mary Reep - Ardmore Winner)

In the final round, Reep and Jones came to the line, both looking for their first wins of the season. Under the beautiful canvas of a southern Oklahoma summer sunset, the ambers dropped and they were off the line with Jones taking the reaction time advantage. Problems set in for Jones shortly past the sixty foot as tire shake forced him out of the throttle, while Reep charged clean and hard down the eight mile to a 3.90 at 181 mph to score an impressive win for the "Grim Reeper" team. Reep and company put together four solid runs in a row at Ardmore and used consistency to come out on top. Congratulations to the team on their victory!

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