You want to know how to win an NMRA championship? Follow Pure Street racer Brandon Alsept's lead. The only race he didn't make it past the first round was at Bowling Green. Otherwise, he went rounds at every race, winning a few on the way. That consistency is what it takes to win a championship in every sport. Brandon uses a BES Racing-built Two-Valve with a carburetor to run bottom 10s. With Pure Street going the way of the caribou, Brandon has the distinction of being the last NMRA Pure Street champion. This class was folded into NMCA's Mod Street class, and as we type this, Brandon is busy getting his car ready for competition.