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Half-mile airstrip roll racing on March 29-30th

Mar 10, 2014

No Fly Zone 4 Details:

  • Two-day half-mile roll racing event on March 29-30th
  • Minter Field airfield in Shafter, CA | Newly resurfaced runway
  • $200 per vehicle, per day | No run groups | Speed traps ready
  • Range of supercars and built tuners expected

No Fly Zone 17 Photo 2/18   |   No Fly Zone 17

No Fly Zone 4, hosted by Omega Motorsport, is just around the corner. This two-day side-by-side half-mile roll racing event will occur across a newly resurfaced runway at Minter Field in Shafter, CA on the weekend of March 29-30th. We will be there on Saturday to cover the action and search for potential feature cars. The annual event has yet to disappoint. Race gas is on hand for the host of supercars and speed-driven tuners already signed up, and we’d love to see you out there if considering the journey.

No Fly Zone lineup Photo 6/18   |   No Fly Zone Lineup

An airstrip event is the safest way to push the limits of a powerful vehicle in a straight line. No Fly Zone 4 will feature a speed trap for both lanes, food vendors on-site and no run groups, which means you can race against anyone at anytime. There is a 100-vehicle limit per day and a fee of $200 per vehicle, per day – discounted two-day packages available. Spectating fee is set at an affordable $10.

Full details: omegamotorsport.com

Photos provided by Omega Motorsport

Sean Russell
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