NHRA ET Summit Series


Vehicles must meet all NHRA safety requirements.

All types of automobiles and motorcycles are welcome to participate.

All drivers/vehicles racing for points must be registered NHRA Members.

Complete rules are available in the 2005 NHRA Rule book.


Classes will be broken down according to participants and may include, but are not limited to: (tech card price)


   Super Pro ($60)


   Pro ($50)


   Sportsman ($50)


   Trophy ($20)


   High School ($10)


   Junior Dragster ($30)


BUY BACKS $20 1st round only and purchase disqualifies driver for points.

Jr. Buy Backs - $10


Purse Pay-Outs:


   Super Pro

       Winner: cash prize of $600

       Runner-Up: cash prize of $300

       Semi: cash prize of $100

       Quarter: cash prize of $50 if 32 car field


       Winner: cash prize of $500

       Runner-Up: cash prize of $250

       Semi: cash prize of $100

       Quarter: cash prize of $50 if 32 car field



       Winner: cash prize of $300

       Runner-Up: cash prize of $100


   Trophy, High School and Junior Dragster Classes will win trophies.



Rain-out/Inclement weather policy:

Racers - If you have made a pass down the track TNT or Competition - Sorry - no refunds


Purses will be paid based on the last completed round of competition and the race will be considered complete.


Rainouts occurring before competition rounds will result in the tech cards being held for the following week, and the race being re-run on the next Saturday race day. If you do not participate in the next week's race - sorry - no refunds.


If your car is broken and you have you have not gone through the water box or down the track - a Gift Certificate will be issued for the amount of the tech card.

Remaining racers after second round of competition will be mailed a check if rain occurs during event.


Spectators - Sorry - no refunds


Schedule of ET Bracket Race Events

3pm gates open/tech opens

4pm track goes hot for TNT

6:30 Clean-up round/drivers meeting

7:00 pm RACING


Minors must have their parents' or legal guardians approval to participate. Minor waivers are to be signed by both parents, (or legal guardian) and notarized. Waivers may also be signed at the track, in person with a track official, by parents (guardian) with appropriate identification. Waivers must read "ALL EVENTS 2008 at MAM" (on the top line) to be considered 'kept on file', all others are only valid for the date presented to track officials.