IHRA Summit SuperSeries World Finals Are Just Weeks Away
HOUSE SPRINGS, MO — The International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) Summit SuperSeries World Finals are just weeks away October 12-15, 2022 at Holly Springs Motorsports.
It’s the largest championship in bracket drag racing with thousands of IHRA member racers starting the season with the goal of becoming a world champion in either Top (Box), Mod (No Box), Sportsman or the Junior Dragster class.
A racer can qualify by either winning an IHRA Summit SuperSeries track championship at a participating IHRA member track or by winning an IHRA Summit Team Finals main event class and meeting the eligibility requirements. Click here for more detailed information.
All IHRA World Champions receive an Ironman Trophy, championship ring and gold card. The Top (Box) and Mod (No Box) champions win $20,000 and the runner-up in those classes receive a $7,000 prize. The Junior Dragster champion earns $10,000 and the Sportsman champion receives $7,000.
All competitors receive $300 in tow money and pay NO ENTRY FEE. Prize money is available throughout the rounds.
George Simpson (Top), Tim Pace (Mod), David Bigham (Sportsman) and Keaton Hudson (Junior) were 2021 IHRA Summit SuperSeries World Champions. Click here for a printable flyer.
It is a fun-filled weekend of activities which include golf cart races, Race of Champions, a massive pit party and culminating with races to crown the IHRA Summit SuperSeries World Champions. Click here for an event schedule.
Holly Springs Motorsports, located at Holly Springs, Mississippi, features an 1/8-mile, all-concrete racing surface, laser-leveled 1,400-plus feet of paved surface and an uphill shutdown area. It features LED track lighting, an Accutime timing system and numerous speakers throughout the facility.
In addition, it has all asphalt parking, numerous electrical hook-ups, along with full baths and showers. Click here to visit the Holly Springs Motorsports website.