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The "second season" begins in a few days when the 26th Mopar Mile-High Nationals convene at Bandimere Speedway outside Denver, and the NHRA POWERade schedule charges back into action.
During the three-week breather, which teams in the four professional classes have enjoyed since the previous event in St. Louis, there have been some changes to lay of the land that will become readily apparent when the "Western Swing" commences in Denver.
Here's a list of the most significant.
Bill Stephens covers NHRA for ESPN.com.
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