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Businessman Don Scott—the former partner at Central Illinois Dragway in Havana, Illinois—has announced the new World Drag Racing Alliance (WDRA) sanctioning body for drag racing.
Scott Gardner, the multi-track owner and former president of the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) from 2013 to 2016, will serve as a consultant. 
As part of the announcement, a Track Advisory Council has been formed to assist in the support of this grassroots sanctioning body. Current member tracks include:

Scott is also in talks with around 50 additional facilities and expects to announce further details in the next few weeks, according to published reports. 

For more information, visit racewdra.com.
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