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Summit Sportsman National Championship

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The Summit Sportsman National Championship is a 30 race series featuring 15 double race weekends. The National Championship will be determined using points claims from the best 7 of the first 10 events the racer attends. There will be no “Divisions.” Competitors will be scored against each other using a national points system.  They may race at whatever event they choose without having limitations based upon regional boundaries.
 

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SUMMIT SPORTSMAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES

 

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TOP SPORTSMAN
Top Sportsman covers the spectrum of passenger car body styles and power plants. Top Sportsman racers are not encumbered by displacement limitations or customizing rules, offering some of the most radical visual and mechanical thrills in drag racing.
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TOP DRAGSTER
The fastest sportsman category in IHRA drag racing, Top Dragster is also renowned as one of the most innovative classes in IHRA. Combining dragsters and altered vintage roadsters, the class presents handicap racing with six second, 225 mph contestants.

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SUPER STOCK
As the arena for factory muscle car showdowns for decades, this class spotlights some of the most powerful production vehicles ever built. Cars run on a handicapped start, but each must run under their sub-category's National Index, determined by a power to weight ratio. In addition to traditional Super Stockers, there are also sub-categories for GT entries, front wheel drive conversions, trucks, and Super Stock production entries.
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STOCK
This class offers economical racing machines in an incredibly competitive forum, with everything from 130 mph muscle cars to 75 mph family sedans. All demand original production equipment with which the car was marketed to the public. Cars run on a handicapped start, but each must run under their sub-category's National Index, determined by a power to weight ratio.
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QUICK ROD
The fastest of the “Rod” categories, Quick Rod offers dragsters, altereds, vintage roadsters, coupes, and passenger cars racing with a heads-up start. The objective of the class is to beat an opponent to the finish line without going under the 8.90-second Class Index, or 5.70 in the 1/8th mile.
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SUPER ROD
This class features passenger cars and vintage roadsters also competing on an even start. Like Quick Rod, vehicles are permitted virtually any engine modification. Races are run on a 9.90 Class Index, or 6.40 for the 1/8th mile.
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HOT ROD
Reserved for full bodied entries competing on a 10.90 Class Index or 7.00 in the 1/8 mile. Hot Rod offers a variety of options for competitors looking to get started in index style competition.
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JUNIOR DRAGSTER

There will be one class of Juniors open to any Beginner, Advanced or Master licensed competitor.

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State Capitol Raceway Summit Sportsman National Event (2)
State Capitol Raceway
Thursday, August 3rd - Sunday, August 6th
Empire Dragway Summit Sportsman National Event
Empire Dragway
Friday, August 18th - Sunday, August 20th
Memphis International Raceway Summit Sportsman National Event
Memphis International Raceway
Friday, August 18th - Sunday, August 20th
Carolina Dragway Summit Sportsman National Event
Carolina Dragway
Friday, September 1st - Sunday, September 3rd
Dragway 42 Summit Sportsman National Event
Dragway 42
Friday, September 22nd - Sunday, September 24th

 

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