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2021 World Wide Technology Raceway drag strip schedule

Updated: July 20, 2021

 

JULY

21-24 (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday) – MITM Elite Super Car Gathering. INFO: CLICK HERE

28 (Wednesday) – Wide Open Wednesday, Ranken Technical College presents High School race No. 9.

30 (Friday) – Friday Night Frenzy (race car test; eliminations for Index, Heads-up, Street Bikes).

31 (Saturday) – ET Bracket Series presented by Carl’s 4WD & Performance race No. 7 (daytime); Midwest E.T. All-Star Series (nighttime).

 

AUGUST

1 (Sunday) – ET Bracket Series presented by Carl’s 4WD & Performance race No. 8 (daytime).

4 (Wednesday) – Wide Open Wednesday, Ranken Technical College presents High School race No. 10.

6 (Friday) – Ranken Technical College presents Midnight Madness fueled by NOS Energy Drink.

7 (Saturday) – TBD.

8 (Sunday) – St. Louis Summer Showdown.

11 (Wednesday) – Wide Open Wednesday, Bike Night, Ranken Technical College presents High School race No. 11.

12 (Thursday) – Professional team test session.

13-14 (Friday, Saturday) – Summer Speed Spectacular: PSCA Pro Mods, NDRL. Includes Street Car Super Nationals from July 10. Info: CLICK HERE

26 (Thursday) – Formula DRIFT; Hot Rod Power Tour.

27-28 (Friday, Saturday) – Formula DRIFT.

30-31 (Monday, Tuesday) – Professional team test with TVC.

 

SEPTEMBER

1 (Wednesday) – Wide Open Wednesday, Ranken Technical College presents High School race No. 12 (finale).

2-3 (Thursday-Friday) – Hot air balloon event.

10 (Friday) – Ranken Technical College presents Midnight Madness fueled by NOS Energy Drink.

11 (Saturday) – ET Bracket Series presented by Carl’s 4WD & Performance race No. 9, NHRA.tv Challenge (daytime); Midwest E.T. All-Star Series (nighttime).

12 (Sunday) – ET Bracket Series presented by Carl’s 4WD & Performance race No. 10, NHRA King of the Track, NHRA JDRL Challenge (daytime).

15 (Wednesday) – Wide Open Wednesday, Bike Night.

17-18 (Friday, Saturday) – Street Car Takeover.

19 (Sunday) – Import Face-Off.

24-26 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) – NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Midwest Nationals.

29 (Wednesday) – Lucas Oil Regional Test ‘n’ Tune.

30 (Thursday) – NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series divisional qualifying.

 

OCTOBER

1 (Friday) – NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series divisional eliminations and Top Alcohol qualifying.

2 (Saturday) – NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series regional qualifying and Top Alcohol Eliminations.

3 (Sunday) – NHRA Lucas Oil Regional Eliminations.

6 (Wednesday) – Wide Open Wednesday.

8 (Friday) – Ranken Technical College presents Midnight Madness fueled by NOS Energy Drink.

9 (Saturday) – Fireworks spectacular.

13 (Wednesday) – Fall Festival parking and Test ‘n’ Tune.

14 (Thursday) – Fall Festival tune-up race: $2,000 to win dragster, $2,000 to win door car.

15 (Friday) – Fall Festival $10,000-to-win Bracket.

16 (Saturday) – Fall Festival $10,000-to-win Bracket.

17 (Sunday) – Fall Festival $10,000-to-win Bracket.

20 (Wednesday) – Wide Open Wednesday.

21 (Thursday) – Professional test session.

23 (Saturday) — Circus of Speed – Night of Destruction featuring heads-up, Pro Mod-style racing and full-contact drags.

27 (Wednesday) – Wide Open Wednesday season finale.

29 (Friday) – Ranken Technical College presents Midnight Madness fueled by NOS Energy Drink season finale.

 

NOVEMBER

5-7 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) – Midwest Jr. Series.

12 (Friday) – WonderLights Christmas Opening Night (runs through Jan. 2, 2022).

 SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

 

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