The National Miniature Pylon Racing Association is the Special Interest Group for the Academy of Model Aeronautics. The NMPRA is an organization of Pylon Racers whose mission is to promote, organize and standardize the hobby. This website is the home of the NMPRA but our members are spread across the Globe. Take a look around and get involved with the most exciting form of Radio Control.
As of Monday, March 2, 2015
|NMPRA members have access to a
wealth of racing experience. Help shape
the future of RC Pylon Racing. Support
the NMPRA by becoming a member and
gain access to these benefits.
The NMPRA website and discussion forum have been updated and moved to a new host. Thank you for your patience during this transition. Please let us know if you encounter any difficulties.
A new link has been posted on the FAI page to an article written by Tim Lampe on his experience at the 2015 F5D World Championships. Check it out here:
A new link has been posted on the Competition Regulations page for the Academy of Model Aeronautics procedure for applying for a National Record for RC Pylon Racing. This procedure must be followed for a record to be recognized. You can find it on the Competition Regulations page here:
The NMPRA Hall Of Fame page has been updated to include 2014 inductees Bob Brogdon & Terry Prather. Check it out here:
NMPRA Hall Of Fame
The NMPRA Bylaws have been updated by the NMPRA officers. You can review the updated bylaws here:
The NMPRA National Points page has been updated to include all the Formula I Champions since the first year it was awarded in 1968. You can check out the Formula I Champions list here:
Make sure to be at the 2015 AMA NATS in Muncie, IN for pylon July 10 - 16. Click on the NATS logo for more information.
424 Q500 will be held again in 2015, Club 40 will also be held, make sure to sign up early.
The FAI page has been updated with information on the 2014 F5D Team. Please support the F5D team by making a donation. Check it out here:
2014 F5D Team
February 2015 NMPRA Newsletter
Running a Race Primer
PAUL HERMAN'S Race Software