Hot Rod Drag Week Coming to Norwalk in September - Engine Builder Magazine

Hot Rod Drag Week Coming to Norwalk in September

From Sept. 11-16, 2016, the 12th annual HOT ROD Drag Week puts an unprecedented 400 cars through a grueling test over five days of drag racing through four cities in the Midwest, starting and ending in Hebron, Ohio. Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio is the host drag strip for Day 2 of racing.

From Sept. 11-16, 2016, the 12th annual HOT ROD Drag Week puts an unprecedented 400 cars through a grueling test over five days of drag racing through four cities in the Midwest, starting and ending in Hebron, Ohio. Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio is the host drag strip for Day 2 of racing. Competitors will cover more than 1,000 miles on a specified route in the same car, with the same engine, to determine who will earn the title Fastest Street Car in America.

Presented by Gear Vendors Under/Overdrive, which will live-stream all the action, this annual event sees some of the most amazing vehicles in the world.

Come out and see all the action, live! Admission is $10 for ages 13 and up for all race days – Sunday, Sept. 11 through Thursday, Sept. 15. Admission is $15 for the Finals on Friday, Sept. 16. Kids 12 and under can attend free each day with paid adult. Tickets will be available at each individual track, for more information: http://www.hotrod.com/events/drag-week/.

Summit Motorsports Park
1300 OH-18
Norwalk, OH 44857

While registration has closed, participants wishing to be added to a wait list can email [email protected] with the subject line, “HRDW Wait List.” Open spots will be given in order of wait list emails received.

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