The world’s best sportsman racers took center stage at the Summit World Finals in Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 20 – 22 with hundreds of drivers representing 27 states and four Canadian provinces gathering at Memphis International Raceway in Tennessee to compete in the Summit Tournament of Champions and the Summit SuperSeries. Eleven champions were crowned during the weekend.
With 226 IHRA season champions onsite, the Summit SuperSeries was the largest gathering of track champions in drag racing history. Hundreds of drivers representing 27 states and four Canadian provinces gathered at Memphis International Raceway to compete in the Oct. 21-22 Summit World Finals. The Summit SuperSeries, a competition among bracket racers representing all IHRA divisions, crowned three World Champions: Mickey Nelson (Top (Box)), Vic Ellinger (Modified (No Box)) and Allison Lloyd(Junior Dragster).
The dragster builds for the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) Summit SuperSeries Top and Junior Dragster champions would not be possible without the support of our year-long partners. In addition to the several we have featured over the course of the year, the IHRA would like to thank WELD Racing, ATI Performance Products, MSD Performance and Auto Meter for their contributions to the grand prizes and the program.
The world’s best sportsman racers will take center stage this weekend at the Summit World Finals in Memphis, Tennessee October 20 - 22, 2016. Hundreds of drivers from around the United States and Canada will gather at Memphis International Raceway to compete in the Summit Tournament of Champions and the Summit SuperSeries. A total of 11 champions will be crowned during the weekend.
Sydney Dragway recently announced that the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) Australia is now the preferred sanctioning body for the world class venue located at Eastern Creek in the Sydney Metropolitan area.