NHRA Field Office Frequently Asked Questions
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Do I need to have a license to drive in an NHRA sanctioned event?
Competitors with a dial-in of 9.99 or quicker (4.50 to 6.39 for eight-mile) or 135 MPH or faster (excludes motorcycles) are required to have a valid NHRA Competition License and NHRA Membership. Categories requiring an NHRA Competition License are as follows but not limited to NHRA Professional categories, Top Alcohol categories, Competition Eliminator, Advanced E.T., Super Comp, Super Gas, certain Super Stock classes as defined by current NHRA rules, Super Street, Top Sportsman, Top Dragster, Snowmobile, ATV, certain Nostalgia TF, Special Fuel E.T. cars and Motorcycles. Click here to download the license and competition number form.
Are there any other forms to submit with the license application?
This form is available to competitors who hold an active Competition License from another sanctioning body with a dial-in of 9.99 or quicker (4.50 to 6.39 for eighth-mile) or 135 MPH or faster (excludes motorcycles).
Are there any forms available if I hold an active competition license with another sanctioning body?
Competitors are required to submit a Medical Certificate in conjunction with a NHRA Competition License application. Medical Certificates are not required for an upgrade/crossgrade if NHRA Competition License is active. Click here to download the application for a medical certificate.
What if I want to drive a car slower than 9.99?
Competitors with a dial-in slower than 9.99 or slower than 135 MPH Competition Numbers and membership are required for participation in any NHRA Divisional or National NHRA Sanctioned event. The Competition Number Application is for the following but not limited to Super Stock, Super Street, Stock, E.T. Bike, E.T., Snowmobile and ATV categories. A current NHRA Membership will be required when obtaining a new or renewing a Competition Number. Click here to download the non-licensed driver competition number application form.
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Electronic Notices – Non License Competitors
Beginning in November Non Licensed Competitors will begin receiving their renewal notices through email. For those Non Licensed Competitors who would like to update or provide NHRA their email address please email NHRA at Renewals@nhra.com. Competitors must provide their membership number when emailing NHRA. For those competitors who do not have an email account the Non License form will still be available in National DRAGSTER or you can contact NHRA at 626-914-4761 and we can fax or mail a copy of the form.