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Providing some of the most competitive heads up drag racing in the  Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia, And Kansas area, the Outlaw Street Car Association, or OSCA for short,  is a freshly  resurrected series that was recently rejuvenated and is making a quick and impressive comeback into the racing scene.

Originally a very strong and successful series, the history of the OSCA dates back to approximately 1992, in which it was very active  until the mid-2000ís. 

The OSCA was a place for grass roots racers to get their start in heads-up racing around the United States.  Some of the former racers in the series are now racing with the NHRA, ADRL, NMCA, and the NMRA.

The series, which went dormant for several years after 2004, was resurrected in 2012 by Jason Lancaster and several other racers, some former members of the old OSCA. 2013 was the inaugural year for the newly reborn OSCA and the racer and fan support has been overwhelming to say the least.

Today, The Outlaw Street Car Association offers classes in a very competitive environment with great incentives.  From mild to wild, and a variety in between, the classes that the OSCA offers are suitable from the sportsman style racer to the high end racer. With such a variety of classes, racers of any level and fans of all ages can partake in the affordable fun this born-again heads-up drag racing series has to offer








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