Angela Kinson currently resides in Plaistow, NH with her husband Jared and her newborn, Kayla Kinson. She began racing when she was 11 years old in a junior dragster. Angela competed in both NHRA and IHRA events until she turned 16 where she then transferred to a door car. She raced in the Pro and Super Street categories with numerous wins until 2012 when Angela stepped up to a ProMod. She won NEOPMA rookie of the year in 2012 and has successfully been finishing in the top ten since she began. She is happy to say that she is the second female to win a ProMod event with the NEOPMA and is currently their quickest female to date. In 2016 Angela had the opportunity to compete and win in a dragster at a ProComp race held at New England Dragway thanks to team JCR and Route 77 Motors. "For 2018 I am excited to be joining team JCR to go for the ProComp Championship at New England Dragway. I will also be competing in Top Sportsman at the New England Divisional and National Event. If time permits, I will also compete at a few ProMod races along the East Coast. It's going to be an amazing year and I can't wait to get started!"
Stacy McGlory is a 25-year-old mechanical engineer and drag racer. Her interest in the sport began at a young age after spending the majority of weekends at New England Dragway with her father, Don McGlory, her brother, Dave, and crew chief, Frank Freitas. It wasn’t long before Stacy caught the racing bug! At age 11, she began competing in the junior drag racing series at New England Dragway. She instantly fell in love with the thrill of driving, the complexity of the engines, and the chase for the perfect run.
After turning 18, Stacy began driving a hard tail dragster in New England Dragway’s Super Pro Points series and won Rookie of the Year for her driving skills. She also began studying at Tufts University earning her degree in Mechanical Engineering where she continued to learn what makes these cars tick. Stacy’s competitive nature and driving skills brought her to the attention of the John Card/Dennis Champney Racing Team. She soon joined their Alcohol Funny Car team as a crew member and loved every minute with the team and the powerful car. After three years, Stacy started to drive the 2500 horse power Funny Car and one of her dreams was realized.