NEDRA (National Electric DRAG RACING Assoc.)



Please note that both the owner of the vehicle and the driver of the vehicle must be NEDRA members in order to set a new NEDRA record. Please read the “Membership Notes” and “Membership Conduct” before joining.
Yearly Membership – $35.00
Lifetime Membership – $200.00
Corporate Membership – $500.00
Educational Membership – Instructor – $35.00
Educational Membership – Student – $5.00

One of our Members at the West Palm Beach Track, February of 2019.


Becoming a NEDRA member entitles you to several benefits:

  1. Only NEDRA members can hold NEDRA Records and be entered in the 100 mph Club*
  2. Being part of a movement that is pushing the limits of EV performance technology


For further information regarding your current status or other related Membership issues contact Audrey Clunn.


Membership Application
All applications subject to review. The NEDRA Board reserves the right to approve or reject an application for membership.

NEDRA Records
Due to the historical nature and promotion of EVs, records and 100 mph club entries are the property of NEDRA once they are published and cannot be removed if a member chooses to end their membership. Stories and articles about member achievements are also the property of NEDRA.

Member Conduct
NEDRA’s purpose is to provide World Class Electric Drag Racing and at the same time have fun racing. NEDRA expects its members to maintain a high level of decorum, responsibility and safety both on and off the track. Poor sportsmanship, misrepresentation and discourteous behavior towards other members, the organization and/or the NEDRA Board will not be tolerated and may result in membership suspension.

Drag racing is a dangerous sport. There is no such thing as a guaranteed safe drag race. Drag racing always carries with it the risk of serious injury or death in any number of ways. This risk will always exist no matter how much everyone connected with drag racing tries to make our sport safer. Although NEDRA works to promote and enhance the safety of the sport, there are no guarantees that such safety measures will guarantee or ensure safety. The participant always has the responsibility for the participant’s own safety, and by participating in drag racing, the participant accepts all risks of injury, whether due to negligence, vehicle failure, or otherwise. If at any time a participant does not accept these risks, the participant agrees not to participate in drag racing.