By SEMA Editors
Allstar Performance from Lakeshore High School in Stevensville, Michigan, qualified for the Dual Championships with a time of 23:28.
The second event of the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge took place at the 50th Annual Summit I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama in Cleveland last weekend. Four teams raced against the clock for their chance to qualify for the Dual National Championships to be held later this year at the SEMA Show and PRI Show.
With a variance of just 0:01:30, qualifying teams included Allstar Performance (23:28) from Lakeshore High School (Stevensville, Michigan), Vibrant Performance (24:29) from CD Hylton High School (Woodbridge, Virginia) and teams Be-Cool (24:32) and QA1 (25:05) from Elkhart Area Career Center (Elkhart, Indiana).
Hot Rodders of Tomorrow will head to Tarrant College in Fort Worth, Texas, this Saturday, March 26, 2016, for the next engine challenge.
Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge 2016 Schedule:
- Tarrant College Hot Rodders Qualifier: Fort Worth, Texas, March 26, 2016
- Coker Tire Chattanooga Cruise-In: Chattanooga, Tennessee, April 2, 2016
- MagnaFlow Exhaust Event: Rancho Santa Margarita, California, April 2, 2016
- Summit Racing Atlanta Motorama: Atlanta, April 16–17, 2016
- UTI Pennsylvania Qualifier: Exton, Pennsylvania, April 23, 2016
- Edelbrock Car Show: Torrance, California, May 14, 2016
- Lane Automotive Car Show: Watervliet, Michigan, May 28, 2016
- UTI Northern CA Qualifier: Sacramento, California, June 4, 2016
- 11th Annual NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl of Street Legal Drag Racing: Joliet, Illinois, July 30–31, 2016
- SEMA Show: Las Vegas, November 1–4, 2016 (Dual National Championship)
- PRI Show: Indianapolis, December 8–10, 2016 (Dual National Championship)