The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge is ready to kick off its 10th Season at The Race & Performance Expo in Schaumburg, IL. Thirty teams will compete for their chance to qualify for the Dual National Championships held later this year at the SEMA and PRI Shows. Each team will be competing against the clock to disassemble and reassemble a Small Block Chevy in 33 minutes or faster.
The Race & Performance Expo is the birth place of The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge back in 2008. Hot Rodders of Tomorrow is now the new owners of the Race & Performance Expo, and will use proceeds to help fund scholarships to Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Students. HROT President Rodney Bingham said “Having Hot Rodder of Tomorrow own the RP Expo will allow us to help even more students receive scholarships and opportunities they deserve”.
For a complete schedule of this week competition go to www.hotroddersoftomorrow.com
The next competition will be hosted at the Summit I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama in Cleveland on March 17th-19th, 2017.