After seven months and more than 40 races spread across North America, the Summit Racing Equipment Pro-Am Tour presented by AMSOIL season wrapped with a huge Labor Day weekend showdown at Darlington Dragway.
After being rescheduled earlier this season, the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) is excited to announce the official debut of the No-Box Fab 5's set to take place September 5-7 at Pine Valley Raceway.
We have the dragsters, now all that is missing is a fresh coat of paint and something to power it. That is where Trick Flow and Imagine That Customs come in to play. Trick Flow will be providing a powerful 572 big block Chevy to power this year’s Summit SuperSeries prize dragsters, while the extremely talented Jerron Settles at Imagine That Customs will be designing and painting the entire operation. Read more about the great work of both of these companies in our Summit SuperSeries profile.
They are two of the most beautiful racecars you will ever see – and both of them are up for grabs! The Summit SuperSeries prize dragsters, awarded to the winners of the Top ET and Junior Dragster classes at the Summit World Finals at Memphis International Raceway, are being built this season by TNT Supercars based out of Forney, Texas and JR Race Car based out of Greeley, Colorado. Check out our in-depth look at each of these great companies and how each is helping give back to the sportsman community.
With weather and other issues wreaking havoc on the Division 9 schedule thus far in 2014, fate – and a little creative scheduling – have created an interesting final two weeks to the Raiders Division season with four points-paying races in a two week span, beginning with the Farmington Dragway double-header this past weekend.