NHRA Summit Racing Series
Devin Isenhower, Jeff Hefler, Joe McLaughlin, and Don Depeel claimed National Championships in the Summit Racing Series at the Dodge NHRA Finals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The top Super Pro, Pro, Sportsman, and Super Pro Motorcycle racers from NHRA’s seven geographical divisions will journey to The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway to vie for national titles in the NHRA Summit Racing Series National Championship.
David Myhre, Robert Glass, Udo Richter, Rob Vigesaa (wild card), and Tom Medlin will represent Division 7 at the Summit National Championships in Las Vegas.
Devin Isenhower,Derick Adams, Lynda Ratliff, and Jason Drnach were the winners at the 2020 North Central Division NHRA Summit Racing Series Finals at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis.
Larry Piper, Jason Charlton, Luke Siebert, and Patrick Roetto claimed victory in the NHRA West Central Division Summit Racing Series at Heartland Motorsports Park. All four will now compete in the National Championship runoff in Las Vegas in late October.
Robbie Boyd, Martin Flegal, Joe McLaughlin, and Brain Canole scored wins at theNortheast Division NHRA Summit Racing Series Finals to earn berths in the upcoming National Championship runoff in Las Vegas.
Past National champions Jeff Hefler and Michael Nash, along with Billy Simpson and Justin Cervantaes, collected victories at the 2020 Division 4 NHRA Summit Racing Series Finals at Texas Motorplex to earn berths in the National Championship race later this year in Las Vegas.
Ken Sweo (Super Pro), Andy Schmall (Pro), Adam Lint (Sportsman), and Don Depeel (Bike/Sled) Summit Racing Series captured championships at the Division 6 Finals at Firebird Raceway to earn berths in the National Championships race later this year in Las Vegas.
NHRA officials have announced that the Summit Racing Series National Championships will be contested at the Dodge NHRA Finals, Oct. 30 – Nov. 1 at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Following a random drawing hosted by NHRA announcers Brian Lohnes and Alan Reinhart, the wild card positions for the upcoming Summit E.T. Racing Series Finals have been selected.
On April 19, 2019, longtime NHRA member Larry Meyers drove his ’72 Dodge Challenger to a victory in the 11.50 Index class at his home track, Pueblo Motorsports Park near his home in Elizabeth, Colo. At the time, Meyers had no way of knowing that win would produce an unexpected benefit.
Michael Sturgill (Super Pro), Chris Johnston (Pro), Ryan Montford (Sportsman), and Jim Werre (Motorcycle) were crowned the National Champions of the Summit Racing Series.