Free Trip to the NHRA Indy Nationals? Yes, Way!

January 31st, 2023 Chris Phillip
Free Trip to the NHRA Indy Nationals? Yes, Way!
Front of the stage for all the nitro-burning action? We can do that!

Get over to Win an NHRA Trip for a chance for you and a guest to fly to Indy and be VIP guests for the 69th Dodge Power Brokers NHRA U.S. Nationals, August 30 to September 4, 2023.

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About the US Nationals

The National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) US Nationals, also known as the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals, is the oldest and most prestigious motorsports event in the world. It has been held annually since 1955 and is considered the Super Bowl of drag racing.

The first US Nationals was held at the Goleta Air Base in California and was won by Tony Waters in a top fuel dragster. Over the years, the event has evolved and grown, moving to different venues before settling at its current home at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Throughout its history, the US Nationals has played host to some of the biggest names in drag racing, including Shirley Muldowney, Joe Amato, Warren Johnson, Bob Glidden, Connie Kalitta, Tony Schumacher, and John Force. These legendary drivers have made their mark on the sport, setting records and making history at the US Nationals.

The US Nationals has also been the site of many historic moments in the sport, such as Shirley Muldowney’s first win in 1976, Warren Johnson’s first Pro Stock win in 1984, and Bob Glidden’s record-setting 10th Pro Stock win in 1995. In recent years, the event has been dominated by John Force, who has won the Funny Car category a record 17 times.

The US Nationals continues to draw large crowds each year and remains one of the most popular and highly anticipated events on the NHRA schedule. With its rich history and tradition, the US Nationals is an event that all fans of drag racing look forward to each year.

The NHRA US Nationals is a storied and iconic event in the world of motorsports, attracting some of the best drivers and fans in the world. From its roots in California to its current home in Indianapolis, the US Nationals remains a celebration of speed, power, and the American love of motorsports.

Lucas Oil Raceway

Lucas Oil Raceway is a motorsports complex located in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. It is home to the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) US Nationals, the oldest and most prestigious motorsports event in the world, and features both a drag strip and an oval track.

The drag strip at Lucas Oil Raceway is one of the fastest and most challenging in the world, featuring state-of-the-art facilities and technology. It hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including the NHRA US Nationals, as well as local and regional drag racing competitions.

The oval track at Lucas Oil Raceway is a .686-mile (1.1 km) paved oval that has hosted events in a variety of racing series, including NASCAR, IndyCar, USAC, and ARCA. The track is known for its high-speed action and close finishes, making it a popular destination for racing fans.

In addition to its racing facilities, Lucas Oil Raceway features a wide range of amenities for fans, including grandstand seating, RV camping, hospitality suites, and a variety of food and merchandise vendors.

Lucas Oil Raceway is a staple of the motorsports community in Indianapolis and is widely regarded as one of the best racing facilities in the country. Its rich history and commitment to providing an exceptional racing experience have made it a destination for fans and drivers from around the world.