Street racing and thrill go hand in hand. What is amazing about adrenaline high sports is that you ask for more. This instinct to quench the thirst leads to new discoveries. Similar has been happening in NHRA drag racing and street racing in general. A step high in street racing is No Prep Racing.
When we say a step high we don’t mean anything to do with the altitude of the track. The real change that is seen in no-prep racing is to do with preparation. In NHRA drag racing and street racing, the track is prepared in a certain manner. They scrape the track off the old rubber tires. This decreases the friction. Then chemicals are put to help increase friction. Commonly used chemicals are HVT and PJ1. After all, friction is the key to safety when it comes to driving!
Imagine driving on a scraped track without putting these chemicals for friction. For some it might sound extremely risky but for people who are looking at an absolutely different level of adrenaline rush this is no-prep racing. The tracks chosen for such racings are safe. Also, legalities are taken care of and every time a track is finalized it’s made sure that it is legal to drive on that track.
To call it simply, No-prep is an amalgamation of Street racing and NHRA drag racing. Here, the onus comes on the driver to maintain safety. Hence, experienced drivers are a preferred choice.
If you are into watching street sport then no-prep racing is strongly recommended!