IRG Sports + Entertainment™ and the International Hot Rod Association™ (IHRA) are proud to announce Wilkesboro Dragway has signed a multi-year sanctioning agreement to join the IHRA as a member track.
Located on Dragway Road, off historic Highway 421 and four minutes from Wilkesboro in North Carolina, the 1/8-mile drag strip is owned by Pat and Phil Halbedel. Joe Green is the track manager.
“We are pleased to welcome the Halbedel’s track to our IHRA family,” said IHRA President Scott Gardner. “North Carolina is a hotbed of motorsports activity and a strong area for sportsman racing and we are happy to have them on board.”
IHRA is proud to announce the continued commitment from member tracks throughout North America.
IRG Sports + Entertainment™ and the International Hot Rod Association™ (IHRA) is proud to announce Jiffy-tite as the Official Quick-Connect Fluid Fittings of the IHRA.
“We are pleased to welcome Jiffy-tite as our Official Quick-Connect Fluid Fittings of the IHRA,” said IHRA President Scott Gardner. “We are looking forward to a long and mutually-beneficial relationship with this innovative and respected partner.”
IRG Sports + Entertainment™ and the International Hot Rod Association™ (IHRA) are proud to announce The New Onondaga Dragstrip, located in Onondaga, Michigan, has signed a multi-year sanctioning agreement to join the IHRA as a member track.
The New Onondaga Dragstrip, owned by Dan Pranshka, is an eighth-mile track constructed on a retired airstrip, south of Lansing and east of Kalamazoo. The track had been closed for 35 years but was reopened by Pranshka in 2013. Pranshka has made a number of upgrades to his facility.
The following is a format clarification for all IHRA Summit Pro-Am Tour competitors.
Competitors in all divisions must have a minimum of four (4) claims from events within the respective divisional schedule.
Wild card events may not be used as the only source of in-division claims. Wild card events are designed to help competitors living in certain regions – where Summit Pro-Am events are less concentrated – compete for a division championship while keeping costs of travel at a minimum. They are not intended to replace actual competition at the events within a division. At least two (2) of the four (4) mandated points-claiming events in any division must be from events physically located within the division.