On October 3rd, 2019 the racing community lost another great legend. Norman “Norm” Drazy passed away at 72 while in hospice care in his hometown of Tempe, Arizona following a battle with cancer.
Norm and his former wife Pat, designed and manufactured the PSI Screw Supercharger that revolutionized the racing industry back in the late 80s.
For the last several years Norm had enjoyed retirement and would assist and consult at PSI to keep his mind active.
Over the years Norm touched the lives of many racers and always offered to help out anytime he was asked.
“They broke the mold when Norm came out and he will be missed by many,” said Chelsea Clark of PSI Superchargers. “Those that knew him well, understood that everything was a math formula in his world and most could not keep up with him..”
Anyone wishing to honor Norm may send donations to RFC (Racers for Christ) in his name.
The weekend started out perfectly for Charles “Tommy” Youmans’ beautiful new 1970 GTO at No Mercy 10 in the Pro 275 class. The car performed well in front of fans and photographers who immediately fell in love with the bright orange Judge. @racesgmp – https://t.co/DPFUJz94Xf pic.twitter.com/mXbWP2NpZy
— Competition Plus (@competitionplus) October 20, 2019