Outlaw 632 Class Returns To PDRA Fold

The East Side Auto Transport PDRA Pro 632 class will return next season. (PDRA photo)

PITTSBORO, N.C. — The Professional Drag Racers Ass’n announced the versatile and entertaining Outlaw 632 category will be a part of the PDRA program next season, with a fresh name, Pro 632. East Side Auto Transport will retain title rights of the category, which will run at five of the eight races.

The class, birthed in Florida, has enjoyed a strong following by both racers and fans during its time with the PDRA. Named for the max cubic inch size allowed, East Side Auto Transport PDRA Pro 632 provides a more cost effective option while still allowing racers to tour and compete for a championship in a national series.

“The PDRA has my full support for next year,” said Ken Quartuccio, owner of East Side Auto Transport and Pro 632 competitor. “I’m glad to be back. Having Outlaw 632 as part of the PDRA program has worked out well, and we’re excited to see it continue in 2018 as Pro 632.”

East Side Auto Transport services the east coast with all vehicle transport needs.

There will be two major rule changes for Pro 632 next season. Any size clutch will now be allowed and each weight break will take off 100lbs from what was required in 2017. Complete rules are listed below and at www.pdra660.com.

“We are thrilled to have Pro 632 with us again next year,” stated PDRA’s Bob Harris. “We’ve received great support from racers and great feedback from the fans. Adding a race to their schedule and making the rule changes will allow even more doorslammers to compete in the category. We appreciate what Ken and East Side Auto Transport have done for Pro 632 and look forward to seeing the class continue to grow with us.”


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