Next was to add another big dollar bracket event. This one would pay $50K not once, but twice throughout the weekend. Only thing left was to partner with a world class facility. After the success of their Class Racers Reunion last spring, the obvious choice was World Wide Technology Raceway outside St Louis MO. An agreement as struck and a date selected!
Next up for the Triple Threat Bracket Series, Mega Bucks! Mega Bucks brings a four day payout of $10K/$30K/$75K/$30K, plus 64 car shootout on Thursday paying $5K to the winner and 2 days of Jr Dragster 32 car shootouts paying $1K Saturday and Sunday.
Don’t forget, racers will earn more points towards the 2022 championship crowned at the end of the series.
The Jim Harrington Bracket Nationals are named after Jim because of his love of the sport, the racers and the competition. He gave so much to the sport it’s only fitting to name the races in his memory.
In 2022, the promoters made a permanent move to 2 new venues. After the success of 3 other promoters, including the track owners, the first of this years 2 races was moved to Numidia Dragway in the Appalachian mountains in Pennsylvania. The views are spectacular!
It’s hard to believe it’s been 16 years since Coalburg Racing Promotions started the World FootBrake Challenge. Over the years, the event has been attended by racers far and wide and always showcases the best of the best in the footbrake drag racing world. With $45K in payouts over the 3 days, racers have an unprecedent opportunity to win some serious cash in the bottom bulb extravaganza!
Racing starts Friday at 12:30 on MMTV.
It’s been termed as the bracket racing worlds own version of speed week. Started 4 years ago, this ginormous payout event has become the corner stone of the SFG Promotions year. There are three $50K to win events, 2 split over 2 days and 1 on Monday as the kickoff event of the week of racing at US 131 Motorsports Park outside Martin Michigan.
This years largest guaranteed payout event in all of drag racing, the SFG Half Million, will be competed over 2 days starting on Friday July 1st and concluding on Saturday with one racer walking away with $500,000!
Back by popular demand, the bottom bulbers of the midwest will once again have the opportunity to race for big cash and prizes at this years Kentucky Bottom Bulb Bash. Add gamblers races, Thursday and Friday, a 32 car shootout and ‘Run For The Fuel’ each day, this will be an event no one will want to miss.
Racing starts Friday at noon central on MMTV.
Each year this race has gotten bigger and better than the year prior, this year is no different. With expansion comes a need for more room to accommodate more racers. Starting this year, the Father’s Day classic will find a new home in the stellar Numidia Dragway facility in Catawissa, PA.
If there’s one thing folks know, it’s the DiMino family and their ability to please everyone who races at their race track.
Racing starts on Thursday at noon on MMTV.