In 2017, HROT will partner with Protect the Harvest Midwest Jr. Super Series (MJSS), which is currently scheduled to feature nine events.
Hot Rodders of Tomorrow
Two more schools made the cut to compete in the Dual National Championships held later this year at the SEMA Show and PRI Trade Show.
After eight Hot Rodders of Tomorrow events so far this season, teams continue to challenge and compete to score under the 34-minute mark to qualify for the National Dual Championship Playoffs at the SEMA Show and PRI Trade Show later this year.
After 18 teams battled at the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow UTI Pennsylvania Qualifier in Exton, Pennsylvania, last weekend, four schools advanced to the Dual National Championships held later this year at the SEMA Show and PRI Show.
The teams are stacking up with six of the 11 qualifying events completed for the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge’s first event of the 2016 season was held at the 9th Annual Race & Performance Expo in Schaumburg, Illinois, February 20–21.
The 2016 Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge is set to kick off during the ninth-annual Race and Performance (RP) Expo, to be held February 20–21 in Schaumburg, Illinois.
WELD congratulates instructor Jim LaFevers and the team of automotive students from Eastern Oklahoma County Tech Center for earning the title of 2015 Hot Rodders of Tomorrow (HROT) Engine Challenge National Champions.
Students from across the nation convened in Indianapolis to kick off the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge Dual Championship at the PRI trade show.
Future engine technology and innovation will be on display again at the 28th annual PRI Trade Show.