What states have drag racing?
Tennessee and Texas have the most with 11 each. California, North Carolina and Ohio each have 10; Florida and South Carolina have nine; Georgia and Kentucky have eight; Alabama, Illinois, Michigan, New York, and Pennsylvania have six; Colorado, Indiana, Maryland, Missouri, and Oregon have five; Hawaii, Kansas, Virginia …
How many NHRA tracks are there?
There are 120 member tracks across North America that host NHRA competitions each week in NHRA’s seven geographic regions.
Where is NHRA located?
Glendora, California, U.S. The National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) is a drag racing governing body, which sets rules in drag racing and hosts events all over the United States and Canada. With over 40,000 drivers in its rosters, the NHRA claims to be the largest motorsports sanctioning body in the world.
What’s the NHRA drag racing schedule for 2021?
|2021 NHRA Camping World Drag Series Schedule|
|March 12-14||Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals||Gainesville, FL|
|June 11-13||NHRA New England Nationals||Epping, NH|
|June 24-27||Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals||Norwalk, OH|
|July 16-18||Dodge Mile-High NHRA Nationals||Denver, CO|
Who are the winners of drag racing in Delaware?
By the end of the night all classes had crowned winners. Janet Baden took home the Mod ET win, Steven Truitt with the win in Top ET, Pro Bike was Brice Cornish, Jr. Dragsters winner was Nicholas Bowie, the Hot Rod win went to Ed Tull and Keith Mayers took home the […] Read more…
Where are NHRA drag racing finals being held?
NHRA officials have announced revised participation guidelines for Summit Racing Equipment Jr Drag Racing League competitors attending the Western Jr. Conference Finals at Tulsa Raceway Park and Eastern Jr. Conference Finals at Bristol Dragway.
What’s the speed limit for drag racing in NHRA?
At NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series races and select NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series events, Super Street racers compete on a fixed 10.90-second index.
Where does drag racing take place in Maryland?
Capitol Raceway is a 1/4 mile IHRA Sanctioned dragstrip. Dragstrip hosts multiple drag race classes and test and tune. See dragstrip website for race schedule and details. 1/4 mile NHRA Sanctioned Division 1 dragstrip. Maryland International Raceway is located in Budds Creek, Maryland, in St. Mary’s County.