NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series 2023 Schedule - Engine Builder Magazine

NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series 2023 Schedule

Officials with the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series, which features some of the top Sportsman drivers in drag racing, have announced the schedule for the 2024 season features stops at standout racing facilities across the country, including a pair of new facilities.

Beginning on February 16-17 at Orlando Speed World Dragway (Orlando), the upcoming NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series season will include a total of 45 divisional events and 22 regional events, with the year concluding November 7-10, at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

The South Central Division series will also make first-time stops at Pine Valley Raceway (Lufkin, Texas) on October 18-20, and the West Central Division will visit the new Flying H Dragstrip (Kansas City area) on June 13-16. 

The season will also include 11 doubleheader events, which have been a popular attraction for race teams, drawing an impressive number of participants.

For the complete 2024 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series schedule and more details, visit the NHRA announcement or visit nhra.com.

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