Kingdon Drags Joins IHRA - Engine Builder Magazine

Kingdon Drags Joins IHRA

This adds recognition to Kingdon Drags, and the track is proud to fly the IHRA colors.

Kingdon Drags, located near Stockton, CA, has joined the IHRA family of tracks. The facility will partner with Eagle Field Runway Drags and Mendota Raceway Park, other local IHRA tracks, to promote a shootout for their racers at the end of the season. 

“This adds recognition to our track, and we’re proud to fly the IHRA colors,” Kingdon Drags Promoter Jeff Shirk says. “We know the IHRA has been looking to expand and we’re happy to help in that area.”

For more information: ihra.com

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