Dental Billing Group No Clock Street

December 15, 2022

   Story courtesy of:  MIR



MECHANICSVILLE, MARYLAND (December 15th, 2022) The exciting news continues for the return of No Clock Street (NCS)! The announcement of NCS returning was made in early December and now Dental Billing Group, LLC has jumped on as the title sponsor for the NCS Series! "As a long-time racer of Maryland International Raceway, I am excited to sponsor this class and give other racers an opportunity to come hang out on Friday nights! said Brandy Lorence, CEO of Dental Billing Group, LLC. It's going to be a great season and I look forward to seeing everyone in the stands and the lanes!"

NCS will run on all Late Model Performance Midnight Madness events in 2023 bringing heads up racing action back to the Friday night series. While the familiar name may be back, the series had undergone several changes to try and bring better parity to the category. One of the major changes is the addition of the Elite 8 class. After shakedowns, the quickest 8 cars will be selected to run together in the Elite 8 class. The remaining racers will run in a separate field. Times will not be given or shown, and names will be given at random to the race director.

A unique program being introduced to the series is one unlike any other. While the NCS series will be split into two classes, they will all run for one championship. Points for the Elite 8 and B field will be earned in the same manner towards the championship. 20 points for running first round and 10 points for each round win, with a bonus point to the class winner. The Elite 8 category will generally earn the same amount of points at each event. The B field, however, can vary. More cars could mean more points earned towards the championship. Meaning a consistent slower car could be the champion at the end of the year over a heavy hitter. So if you think you may have a chance, you very well could. Also, all cars racing in the NCS series must have a valid registration and license plates.

The Elite 8 will race for $500 each night and the B Field will run for $250 each night. Plus, A $1000 Championship purse at the end of the year. If an event is rained out, then the $750 between the two classes will be rolled into the Championship purse at the end of the season.

The OG racers of NCS are looking forward to taking on the new drivers coming to the NCS series. I feel very excited! stated 2018 NCS Champion Clinton Smith. Its awesome that we can set up the class to include all types of street cars Everyone stands a great chance at winning money and earning points towards a championship at the end of the year! This will give a lot of the fans some great action to look forward to!

I think its great to see new people coming out in support of the NCS Series! Said Michael Hare, owner of Poor House Performance. The new support for the class will help keep it around a long time. With some of the changes we are seeing going into 2023, this will be anyones championship to win.