NEORVCA: Northeast Off Road Vehicle Competition Association
Founded 1983, Cornish, Maine
Announcing NEORVCAís 1999 schedule of events:
NEORVCA is pleased to announce our schedule of events for the 1999 racing season. This is our 16th year of sanctioning sand racing events in the Northeast. We have been told that we are the best kept secret in motor sports. Our goal this season is to let the secret out. We run clean family oriented events and do not tolerate drinking or other unruly behavior.
NEORVCA will be sanctioning 14 events this year at two locations in Southern Maine, plus we will be putting on a special show, under the lights at the Cumberland Fair. We now have over 140 members hailing from 7 Northeast states that race everything from stock trucks and ATVís to blown-injected dragsters.NEORVCA events are run in an NHRA style handicapped-bracket format that allows all vehicles to be competitive. Frequently races are won by mere thousands-of-a-second.
OSSIPEE VALLEY FAIR GROUNDS
2 Miles off Rte. 25 from Cornish, Maine
July 10-11: Ossipee Valley Fair
July 18: Double points event
September 11-12: Fall Nationals
September 26: Double points event
October 17: Season wraps up
TWIN OAKS DRAGWAY
Hollis Center, Maine on Rte. 35, 3 Miles south of Rte. 202
May 22-23: Double payback in street classes
October 2-3: follow-up to Cumberland Fair
SPECIAL SHOW: CUMBERLAND FAIR
Friday night, October 1 under the lights
Street 4x4ís: run 5.599 seconds and slower
Top Eliminator: 2 wheel drive allowed, 5.599 seconds and faster, (record currently 3.336 seconds)
Street bikes: 3 & 4 wheel ATVís, slowest half of field of vehicles entered in competition
Top Eliminator Bike: 3 & 4 wheel ATVís, fastest half of field (record 4.1 seconds)
Juniors: 3 & 4 wheels ATVís, junior dragsters, etc, must be under 15 years of age.
Normal races attract a field of 30-40 cars and trucks and 25-40 bikes. The Ossipee Valley Fair and Fall Nationals events attract 60-100 cars and trucks and 40-60 bikes. Normal races attract crowds of 100-200 spectators, while the big events can pull in crowds ranging from 500 to over 2,000 spectators. Our events have been credited with record attendances at the Cumberland, Skowhegan and Houlton Fairs. Our first show at the Skowhegan Fair in 1995, pulled in a record crowd estimated at over 10,000.
NEORVCA would appreciate any coverage you could provide for our group or events. If you would like additional information, photoís video, etc., please call or e-mail.