Mooresville Dragway, NC
The highlights of the packed event-filled calendar include the North Carolina Street Outlaws No Prep event and the second annual Hot Rod Festival.
In the early 1970s, Glen Leazer’s son, GW, took over the track operations, and the oldest son, Doug, served as manager for most of those years. Son Jody ran the business throughout the final few years until a temporal shutdown in 2015.
During the 1980s and 1990s, the Leazer family established Mooresville Dragway as a significant bracket racing icon and also contributed to the growth of the Pro Modified division by hosting numerous Quick 8 events.
Mooresville Dragway Today
After Donnie Gibbs Jr. acquired the facility at the beginning of 2017, the track’s manager stated that Mooresville Dragway was eager to start a new chapter in its storied past by joining NHRA.
Tony Brown declared they were ready for the 2018 season, which involved hosting a National Open Series event, GWT Services Pro Tree Racers Association (PTRA) events, multiple Gibbs Race Cars 4.70 Outlaws, and the SFG Promotions No Dragster Nationals.
He promised competitors and the audience a wide range of drag racing, including a bracket program that forms the basis of the varied schedule.
When you are finished at the track head over to the town of Mt. Mourne for some great food and an inviting atmosphere.
At Myers Heavy Equipment Rental of Mooresville we are pleased to be able to serve such a vibrant area with so much to do.