Following three days of competition at the 2021 PRI Trade Show in Indianapolis, the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow (HROT) has announced its 2021 National Champion team as the high school squad E3 Spark Plugs from Burton Center for Arts & Technology in Virginia. “It was good to be back, and [we] appreciate all the support
Starting on Friday Dec 9, the top four SEMA Teams went head to head against the top four PRI teams in the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Dual National Championship Elite Eight. Each team competed 3 times, and had their time averaged to determine the overall winner.
After teams competed at the Lane Automotive Car Show in Watervliet, Michigan this past weekend, two more schools made the cut to compete in the Dual National Championships held later this year at the SEMA Show & PRI Show. With the addition of these two Schools, the playoff team count now stands at 38. Persistence paid
While the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show did not officially start until Thursday, December 10, students from across the nation convened in Indianapolis on Tuesday to kick off the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge Dual Championship. The winner was crowned on Saturday.