The Painless Performance Outlaw Fuel Altered Association 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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Rain Delays Record Breaking
OFAA Outing At Ardmore Dragway
The Painless Performance Outlaw Fuel Altered Association headlined the annual "White Walls & Drags" event at historic Ardmore Dragway in Ardmore, Oklahoma on May 11th. This marked the first time for the OFAA series to pound the ground at this facility, which records indicate to be the longest continually operated drag strip in the country opening in 1954. Terry Brian and his "II N'Tense" team came into the event tied with Aaron Leyda and team "Hemi Hunter" for the OFAA points lead and Mary Reep's "Grim Reeper" team entered the event red hot after her first series win in the last outing two weeks before.
Soon after the first round was concluded, an unexpected rain shower drenched the facility at Ardmore Dragway putting an abrupt halt to the racing action for the day. With the track record broken several times and a few teams holding career best elapsed time slips in the pocket, the "White Walls & Drags" event was nothing short of a success. A big thanks goes to the staff at Ardmore Dragway for providing a great track to race on and kudos to the OFAA teams for laying down very impressive runs for the crowd. The final round between Massey and Farris will be run in the first qualifying session of the next OFAA event, scheduled for May 24th at Texas Raceway in Kennedale, Texas.
Reep Claims First OFAA Win At Thunder Valley
And First Female OFAA Winner In Series History
The Painless Performance Outlaw Fuel Altered Association invaded Thunder Valley Raceway Park in Noble, Oklahoma for their second event of the nine race 2013 tour. Fifteen cars made the trip to Oklahoma to unleash havoc upon the all concrete eighth mile. Two time defending series Champion Jimmy Jones came to Thunder Valley in the points lead with Chris Trussell, Terry Brian, Aaron Leyda and Bobby Marriott rounding out the top five early in the season. This was the first trip back to Thunder Valley Raceway Park for the OFAA series in over ten years and the racers were excited to return to one of their original tracks from the early days of the series.
Both Reep and Brian came into the final with several previous OFAA final round appearances under the belt, the big difference was Reep still hadnít secured that first win in the series to become the first female to do so in history. As the cars fired up the pressure was on and after side by side burnouts the crew chiefs made their final adjustments and sent the drivers into the stage beams. At the flash of amber, they were off the line together and immediately Brian's car lost traction and he had the best seat in the house to watch Mary Reep make OFAA history and she blasted to a 3.97 at 180 mph to secure her first Outlaw Fuel Altered Association event win.
Jones Claims Spring Nostalgia Nationals Victory
The Painless Performance Outlaw Fuel Altered Association held their 2013 season opener at North Star Dragway in Denton, Texas with a strong field of sixteen nitro and alcohol burning fuel altereds on hand. The long awaited first event of the nine race season brought some new looks to the pits and the return of some old faces. John Broussard and Raymond Dawson showed off their new look machines while Doyle Smith debuted his "Chemical Reaction" nitro burner with Clint Brown behind the wheel and Joe Farris' entered his first OFAA event in the "Grease Monkey" entry from Arkansas. Making his return to OFAA competition was former series event winner Donny McSwain in his vibrant "Wild One" blown alcohol altered. Kebin Kinsley rounded out the "new car news" making his OFAA debut driving the Roger Hennen owned "Nitro Junkie" entry.
As the two top performers of the night fired their engines for the final time, a favorite was hard to pick. Jones, two time defending series Champion was up against the most consistently quick car of the night in Trussell. In fine fashion, the cars thundered off the line with Jones taking a slight advantage. Trussell's car was belching flames to the tip of the rear wing and they were side by side as they went down the track. At the stripe, Jones took the win light with a 3.87 at 185 mph to Trussell's 3.99 at 181 mph and the Kelley & Jones "Texas Tremor" team clinched the victory at the season opener.
North Star Dragway
Spring Nostalgia Nationals Photos
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OFAA Banquet Recognizes
Special Award Winners & 2012 Top 10
The annual OFAA awards banquet is always an event the membership can look forward to during the off season. This year was no exception as the comics of the OFAA were at their best awarding several gag gifts and recognizing the year's most embarrassing moments! This event also recognizes the top performers and special award winners from the past season.
2012 Top 10 Finishers
2012 "Best Appearing Crew" - Hemi Hunter
2012 "Best Appearing Car" - Texas Tremor
2012 "Crew Chief of the Year - Danny Wright
2012 "Track of the Year" - North Star Dragway
2012 "Tim Hay Award" - Bobby Marriott
CLICK HERE to see photos from the 2012 season banquet by Kellett Photography!
OFAA Event Photos:
(2013 North Star Dragway Recap By Nitro America)
Web / Race Reports / Photography © Chris Graves
Booking Info - Bobby Marriott
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