Street Machine Grudge Racing

Heads Up, Side by Side Grudge Racing for all vehicles
No Eliminations
Admission: $10, Drift or Drag: $35
Highschool Students Drift or Drag Free with paid Admission

Saturday February 19
Gates Open: 10AM, Racing 12noon-6PM
(note: early times due to winter conditions)
Drifting, Grudge Racing

Saturday April 16
Gates Open: 5PM, Racing 6PM-11PM
Drifting, Grudge Racing

Wednesday April 27
Gates Open: 5PM, Racing 6PM-11PM
Drifting, Grudge Racing

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>DATE CHANGE – Saturday May 7
Gates Open: 5PM, Racing 6PM-11PM
Drifting, Grudge Racing

Saturday June 11
Gates Open: 5PM, Racing 6PM-11PM
Drifting, Grudge Racing

Saturday July 16
Midnite Mayhem
Gates Open: 8PM, Racing 9PM-2AM
Drifting, Grudge Racing

Saturday August 20
Midnite Mayhem
Gates Open: 8PM, Racing 9PM-2AM
Drifting, Grudge Racing

Saturday September 24
Gates Open: 5PM, Racing 6PM-11PM
Drifting, Grudge Racing

Saturday November 5
Gates Open: 5PM, Racing 6PM-11PM
Drifting, Grudge Racing

All vehicles must pass a basic NHRA tech inspection

  • All vehicles must pass a basic NHRA ET Bracket safety inspection. For a full listing of requirements, consult an NHRA Rulebook.
  • A single co-driver is permitted in vehicles running slower than 14.00
    Co-drivers must be at least 16 years old and must sit in the front seat.
  • SFI/Snell approved helmets are required for all vehicles running quicker than 14.00 seconds.  Rental helmets available in the Souvenir booth for $20
  • Motorcycle racers slower than 10.99 seconds are required to wear a heavy jacket,
    gloves, full face helmet with visor, and shoes covering the tops of the ankles. Bikes faster than 10.99 seconds or 120 mph MUST have one piece or all around zip together full leathers. All bikes must run a chain guard covering entire top of chain.
  • Drivers under 18 must have a waiver of liability form on file at the track and must be signed by parents to participate in any drag racing events.  minor release Must be in full color and not folded. Bring the waiver to the track. Minor waivers are a once a year requirement.
  • 2008 OEM model-year and newer production cars running slower than 9.99 (*6.39) and 135 mph do not have to meet the requirements and specifications for the ET break rules except for the following:
  • Convertibles and T-tops must meet roll-bar and roll-cage requirements. Vehicle must pass all highway safety requirements in the state in which the vehicle is registered. Unaltered OEM installed anti-lock brakes, airbag functions, as well as all other OEM safety related systems must be functioning as per manufacturer’s specifications. Note: Tires used may be other than OEM, but they must be DOT-approved.  All drivers must meet the Summit Racing Series helmet and protective-clothing requirements for the e.t. and mph of vehicle.