The IHRA’s Summit Racing Equipment Pro-Am Tour Presented By AMSOIL will host a doubleheader this weekend at Memphis International Raceway in Millington, Tennessee. Two complete Summit Racing Equipment Pro-Am Tour Presented By AMSOIL events will be contested at the IHRA Division 4 track.
The annual IHRA Nitro Jam Palm Beach Nationals Presented By Sunoco Race Fuels concluded Saturday night at Palm Beach International Raceway in Jupiter, Florida. The weekend also included a single-event Summit Racing Pro-Am Tour Presented By AMSOIL meet for Division 2 racers.
Sportsman-category winners included: Paul Rabis (Good Vibrations Top Dragster) Keith Russell (Good Vibrations Top Sportsman), Frank Altilio (Quick Rod), Mick Rice (Super Rod), Mark Nowicki (Super Stock), Myron Piatek (Stock), Claude Bebonis (Box), Sonny Freeland (Hot Rod and No Box), Camryn Fredrickson (Jr. Dragster Master), Michael Carpenter (Jr. Dragster Advanced) and William Craft (Jr. Dragster Beginner).
IRG Sports + Entertainment™ and the International Hot Rod Association™ (IHRA) is proud to announce a new sportsman contingency sponsor for the Summit Racing Pro-Am Tour Presented By AMSOIL. Allstar Performance, a leading distributor of thousands of motorsports products -- including drag racing, oval track, road racing and off-road – is offering a contingency to the winner and runner-up in the Quick Rod, Super Rod and Hot Rod classes at IHRA Summit Racing Pro-Am Tour Presented By AMSOIL events. No purchase is required and drivers must display the Allstar Performance decal on their car to be eligible for the contingency.
Due to local curfew laws, the Summit Racing Pro-Am Tour Presented By AMSOIL sportsman categories -- run in conjunction with IHRA Nitro Jam Southern Nationals -- were completed on Sunday, April 19, at Bradenton (Florida) Motorsports Park.
IHRA Summit Racing Pro-Am Tour Presented By AMSOIL competitors patiently waited out the bad weather at Richmond Dragway in Sandston, Virginia, in order to complete one race of a weekend doubleheader. Anthony Walton of Jacksonville, North Carolina, cut a perfect light -- .0000 reaction time – to defeat Thomas Fletcher of upstate New York in the Stock final.