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No Fly Zone Arizona Photo Gallery

Supercars meet tuners at half-mile airstrip event

Omega Motorsports
Jan 6, 2015

One of the more interesting aspects of checking out any airstrip-based top speed event - be it No Fly Zone (NFZ) or any of the others that are out there - is seeing exactly what shows up. With lots of room to stretch out a car's legs at these things and zero pressure to actually "compete" or even push all that hard, you get some pretty unorthodox entries, from the super baller and super built to the super budget.

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Welcome Photo 5/141   |   Welcome

It was a rainbow of flavors at the last NFZ, staged December 13 and 14 at the Gila Bend Municipal Airport in Arizona, southwest of Phoenix. There were cars we expected - EVO, GT-R, M3/M4, Supra - and then cars we didn't - like that Toyota mini-truck (the MR2 was a bit of a wild card, too).

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Mini truck 02 Photo 12/141   |   Mini Truck 02

Along with the BMW M, the event hosted a handful of Mercedes-Benz C63 in addition to other performance Euros. Corvette and Mustang numbers were high among domestics, but arguably the cars most people want to see opened up are the exotics and supercars, of which there were plenty at NFZ AZ: 996/997/991, Continental GT, F430, 458, Gallardo, Huracan, MP4-12C - hell, we even had a Veyron take a few passes.

McLaren 05 Photo 19/141   |   Mclaren 05

For the price of registration everyone received a full weekend of 1/2-mile, side-by-side roll racing on 5200 feet of runway. There were no run groups, no pairings; everyone just queued up, waited their turn, and when they got the signal, mashed the throttle and kept the car pointed straight. It was another gangbusters event; check out the gallery to see what you missed.

Veyron 10 Photo 23/141   |   Veyron 10
Cadillac 04 Photo 36/141   |   Cadillac 04
MR2 02 Photo 49/141   |   MR2 02
Gallardo 04 Photo 62/141   |   Gallardo 04
Veyron 11 Photo 75/141   |   Veyron 11
GTR heads up Photo 88/141   |   GTR Heads Up
R35 01 Photo 101/141   |   R35 01
Huracan 03 Photo 114/141   |   Huracan 03
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