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Big Junior Races in 2018

Postby ChrisC » Fri Jan 12, 2018 11:28 am

I hope everyone had a great Christmas and are having a wonderful New Year so far. I was just wondering if anyone knew of any big money junior races scheduled for 2018 if so maybe you could help me out with some dates and locations? Thanks
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Re: Big Junior Races in 2018

Postby jmoore » Fri Jan 12, 2018 11:02 pm

High 5 energy 15k/20k/15k June 7-10, at US 43 in Etheridge, Tn.
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Re: Big Junior Races in 2018

Postby gd31 » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:38 am

2nd Annual Junior Nationals @ Muncie Dragway, Indiana, Labor Day weekend. Stay up to date on Facebook under Junior Nationals
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Re: Big Junior Races in 2018

Postby RNorton » Mon Jan 15, 2018 6:58 pm

I liked the High 5 Energy event until I saw the amount of time runs planned, with no open test day prior to.
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Re: Big Junior Races in 2018

Postby Bt9201 » Thu Jan 18, 2018 8:45 pm

Looks like plenty to me?
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Re: Big Junior Races in 2018

Postby slowgoat » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:07 pm

jmoore wrote:High 5 energy 15k/20k/15k June 7-10, at US 43 in Etheridge, Tn.


Looks like this payout is based on 400 cars. How much is it going to be cut ?
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Re: Big Junior Races in 2018

Postby tracktor » Mon Jan 22, 2018 1:22 pm

I think the interest would be greater if they would simply state if the car count is x amount then you are racing for x amount and so on.
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Re: Big Junior Races in 2018

Postby tracktor » Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:10 am

tracktor wrote:I think the interest would be greater if they would simply state if the car count is x amount then you are racing for x amount and so on.


So it looks like they did just that a week ago. Check out their Facebook page. Who's in???
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Re: Big Junior Races in 2018

Postby roadagent » Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:45 pm

For Immediate Release
ROCK GEARINGS UP FOR THE PROTECT THE HARVEST MIDWEST JR. SUPER SERIES EVENT

Two Special Roy Hill Drag Racing Schools, MAV TV Coverage Among Highlights

ROCKINGHAM, N.C. – Drag racing’s stars of the future, including perhaps a next generation Antron Brown, Greg Anderson or Brittany Force, take center stage April 14-15 when Rockingham Dragway plays host to the first of eight races in the 2018 Protect the Harvest Midwest Jr. Dragster Super Series presented by Lucas Oil.

Young drivers from six-to-17 years of age will battle for the coveted “Big Daddy” award, cash, commemorative medallions, Lucas Oil products and TV time in a dozen different classes including Outlaw 330 and Quick 16. Champions also will be crowned in four Index classes (7.90, 8.90, 11.90 and 13.90), Sportsman ET, Pro Sportsman and age group categories.

One of the biggest attractions, though, may be the presence of a television crew from MAV TV which will provide coverage of the competition that will air on the network at a date yet to be determined.

The TV show will be sponsored by Roy Hill’s Drag Racing School which is accepting applications for two special Jr. Dragster driving schools it has scheduled on April 12-13.

A special test-and-tune session for juniors is scheduled from 4-9 p.m. Friday. Racing begins Saturday with qualifying, time trials and eliminations. Highlight of Sunday’s program will be two time trial runs and eliminations in the featured Quick 16 category which will showcase the 16 quickest cars on the grounds.

“We’re excited about being a part of the series,” said Rockingham Dragway owner Steve Earwood, “especially as the host of the kickoff event. We’ve got some great local junior racers and I know they’re looking forward to competing against some of top juniors from Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and Ohio.”

In addition to Protect the Harvest and Lucas Oil, VP Racing Fuels, Universal Technical Institute and the group Hot Rodders of Tomorrow also support the series which includes races at seven tracks in five different states.

-www.rockinghamdragway.com-
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Re: Big Junior Races in 2018

Postby Tony Brown » Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:17 pm

I can't seem to get photobucket to last more than a few hours hosting my image of the flyer so please go to my facebook page or to http://www.mooresvilledragway.net for the flyer on March 3-4. $3000 to win plus an NHRA Wally each day plus other classes too.
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