Fun Family Night Drag Racing Friday’s at Texas Motor Speedway

Universal Technical Institute Friday Night Drags is heads-up, street-style drag racing. Racing is held on the one-eighth-mile pit road, and the events are open to any automobile (excluding back half cars or trucks) and any driver over the age of 18.
  • Seven divisions in the series with 2 weeks left.
  • The event, in its ninth year, began as a way to curb illegal street racing by giving drivers a safe place to compete.
  • Car enthusiasts also have the chance to show off their cars during a show-n-shine, with awards being handed out in four categories.
  • Friday Nights Beginning June 22 – July 27
  • Plenty of kids activities in the concourse

DATES

  • Round 1 – June 22
  • Round 2 – June 29 (Fireworks Night)
  • Round 3 – July 6
  • Round 4 – July 13 (Jeep Night)
  • Round 5 – July 20
  • Round 6 – July 27

Gates open nightly at 6:00 p.m.

Opening Ceremonies at 9:10 p.m.

Drag Racing at 9:15 p.m.

For spectators, general admission grandstand tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under and available at the Gate 6 box office or online at www.texasmotorspeedway.com. Parking is free in the PSL lot outside Gate 6 and available for $20 in the infield (with admission included in pricing). Coolers are permitted in both the grandstands and infield. 

DIVISION SPECIFICATIONS

Reunion Tower Geo Deck Bandit Division – Foreign and domestic cars with three (3), four (4) or five (5) cylinders with or without factory turbo or supercharger; six (6) cylinders with naturally aspirated engines.

Summit Racing Equipment Sportsman Division – Foreign and domestic cars with eight (8) cylinders naturally aspirated, six (6) cylinder cars with factory turbo or supercharger; NO engine modification allowed.

Summit Racing Equipment Sportsman Modified Division – Foreign and domestic cars with six (6) cylinders with aftermarket turbo or supercharger; eight (8) cylinders naturally aspirated with internal modifications, i.e. aftermarket heads, cam, etc.

Snap-On Tools All Wheel Drive Division – Foreign and domestic all-wheel drive cars with four (4) or more cylinders and electric powered vehicles.

Texas Harley Super Cars Division – Foreign and Domestic cars with factory authorized upgrades from the likes of Hennessey, Lingenfelter, Roush, Shelby, etc.; engine modification, turbo or supercharger allowed.

Texas Born Performance Black Smoke Warrior Division – All diesel powered or gas powered trucks, and all wheel drive SUVs; any size all-terrain tire allowed; maximum 31″ x 10.5″ (drag slicks); 31″ x 12.5″ (drag radials) size tires. 

Summit Racing Equipment Outlaw Division – Any car with stock appearing body; suspension modification allowed; any engine modification allowed; maximum 31″ x 10.5″ (drag slicks); 31″ x 12.5″ (drag radials) size tires.

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