Holley is pleased to announce participant preregistration is live for the second annual MoParty. The all Mopar-powered event is scheduled for September 17-19th and will return to Beech Bend Raceway for more high-octane shenanigans and tire smoking festivities. For 2021, both participant registration and spectator/crew ticket purchasing will take place online only at moparty.com.
The inaugural MoParty enjoyed tremendous success and event staff are excited to see more growth in 2021. The event is dedicated to anything Mopar powered, joining both the classic and late model halves of the community together in one place for the three day event. Non-Mopar vehicles that have had Mopar powerplants installed are also welcome.
Popular event segments abound, including numerous drag racing classes, autocross and Grand Champion competition, a burnout challenge, car show classes, a growing swap meet, and more! Holley is so far out on all things Mopar, they’ve even given enthusiasts the perfect opportunity to let their hair down. Don’t believe it? Their well-attended mullet contest returns for 2021 and Mopar Collector’s Guide’s own Rob Wolf will rejoin us as one of the judges.
Holley’s MoParty brings together the who’s who of the Mopar community; for 2021 Larry Weiner and GSS Supercars will be returning along with some of the late Mr. Norm’s famous vehicles for a stellar display of vintage and late model machinery. In the event you have a soft spot for the Daytona or Superbirds you’ll appreciate the rare opportunity to see some of NASCAR’s legendary wing cars (including “The King” Richard Petty’s, Bobby Allison, the K&K Insurance Daytona and more) as they take to the oval at Beech Bend in an honorary series of parade laps. The Hurst Hemi Under Glass will also be returning along with numerous others that you won’t want to miss!
All these event segments and more combine with a fantastic vendor midway. If you’re looking for something unique and rare, you’ll want to take a stroll through each row of the MoParty swap meet so you can pick up that perfect part to keep your Mopar project moving along.
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