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Former IHRA winner Jeff Moser to compete with Top Dragster Team for 2011
After a couple of years away from the track, making a family, Jeff Moser is ready to return to the action.
“I’m looking forward to coming back to drag racing,” said Moser, who will compete in his first season of the Quick 32 Sportsman Series presented by NAPA Auto Parts with his Top Dragster.
The driver of the Blue Thunder Racing team started his career drag racing snowmobiles about 15 years ago, then moved into cars, and started racing a dragster in 2003.
The team, headed up by Jeff’s father Wayne Moser, has been successful in the past, winning the 2007 Top Dragster championship at the Grand Bend Motorplex, and the Box ET title at the 2005 IHRA Nationals, also at Grand Bend.
“We’ve got a great team, an amazing car and the experience of past successes,” Moser noted. “We look forward to a good season!”
Moser and his team will enter the 2011 Quick 32 Sportsman Series arena with a new 2011 Phantom Race Cars dragster, powered by a 632-cubic inch Scott Shafiroff Racing Engines power plant. A Speedtech Fogger nitrous system is employed which feeds the dual Holley carburetors, and an FTI Powerglide transmission sits behind the engine.
Wayne “Jake” Moore is crew chief on the team. Melanie Moser, Amy Moore, Dianne Moser, Jackson Moser and Hunter Moser are also part of the effort. Sponsorship is provided by Bast Auto and Tire Center’s and Stemmler Meats & Cheese.  The team continues to welcome sponsors.
Moser added he and the team is working hard to get the car ready for opening day, the Victoria Day Challenge May 20-22 at the Cayuga Dragway of Toronto Motorsports Park.
“We’re thrashing real quick,” he said. “We’re hoping to get out and test next week.”
Moser also said he is enthusiastic about his first season in the Quick 32 Sportsman Series.
“I think it’s a great series. I’m really excited. This series has been a long time coming. We needed a series like this for Canadians.”
The Quick 32 Sportsman Series presented by NAPA Auto Parts competes with the Pro Modified Racing Association (PMRA),, and the Pro Bike & Sled Series (PBSS),, offering fans a great show of drag racing.
Paul Wolf Electric Chevy Nova to sport new paint job for PMRA drag racing opener
When Andreacchi Motorsports returns to the Pro Modified Racing Association for the upcoming 2011 season, the car will be sporting a new look.
The sinister flat-black painted 1969 Chevy Nova-bodied Pro Modified will be featuring a new paint job, according to team driver Sam Andreacchi.
“The car’s going to have a new look,” he explained. “We’ve got a new paint scheme all ready for when we come out.”
The car, co-owned by Andreacchi and Domenic Calabria, had a good season last year, placing fifth in the PMRA Championship Point Award Series presented by Magnum Auto Parts and Patio Passport, qualifying well in the field, and highlighting the season with a victory at the Stratford Spectacular Hot August Nationals presented by Ideal Supply & NAPA Auto Parts at the Grand Bend Motorplex.
Andreacchi mentioned that no mechanical changes are expected for the Nova this year, which is powered by an Al Billes Racing 526-cubic inch Brad Anderson (BAE) Supercharged Hemi with a Lenco three-speed behind the engine. The team also runs an Al Billes fuel system and a Kobelco 14-71 supercharger. 
“We still have our program with Al,” said Andreacchi. “We’ve been doing some tweaking with the car, hoping to keep up with all the screw blowers.”
Assisting on the team is co-owner Domenic Calabria, with Sam’s son Vincent Andreacchi as crew chief. Rick Defrancesco has been an integral part of the team for several years, and this year Dan Purcell will be helping with the effort. 
Andreacchi also wanted to thank his family, wife Franca, and daughter Alessandra for all their support and help.
Major sponsorship for the effort comes from the Toronto-based Paul Wolf Lighting & Electric Supply Ltd.
Other sponsorship comes from Kidd Fuels Corp., Sylvania, IED (Independent Electrical Distributors), Thomas & Betts,  Eaton, Nuteck Mechanical, Cooper Lighting, 3M Signs, Al Billes and Skull Motorsports.
Andreacchi added the Nova will be on hand for the PMRA opener during the Victoria Day Weekend Challenge May 20-21 at the Cayuga Dragway of Toronto Motorsports Park.
“We’re just about done, we’ll be ready,” he said. “We’re ready to come out and run with the boys.”
For more information contact Bruce F. Mehlenbacher at
The PMRA events are run in conjunction with the Quick 32 Sportsman Series presented by NAPA Auto Parts,, and the Pro Bike & Sled Series (PBSS),, offering fans a great show of drag racing.
Photo Credit:  Canadian Drag Racing Photos –
Posted by:  Tim Miller