NHRA: 2021 Lucas Oil Divisional Series Schedule

NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Series

2021 Lucas Oil Divisional Series Schedule

NHRA officials announced new dates for the 2021 Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series events contested at Cecil County Dragway and Rockingham Dragway.

The event at Cecil County Dragway has been moved to Oct. 8-10, and the event at Rockingham Dragway has been moved to Oct. 22-24.

DIVISION 1

April 30 – May 2 Atco Dragway (Regional) Atco, NJ
May 28 – 30 Maple Grove Raceway (Regional) Reading, PA
June 18 – 20 Lebanon Valley Dragway (Regional) W. Lebanon, PA
July 24 – 25 Numidia Dragway Numidia, NJ
August 20 – 22 New England Dragway (Regional) Epping, NH
September 24 – 26 Virginia Motorsports Park (Regional) Richmond, VA
October 8-10 Cecil County Dragway Rising Sun, MD

DIVISION 2

February 4 – 6 Orlando Speed World Dragway Orlando, FL
February 18 -20 South Georgia Motorsports Park Cecil, GA
March 4 – 6 Gainesville Raceway (Regional) Gainesville, FL
May 21 – 23 Atlanta Dragway Commerce, GA
August 5 – 8 GALOT Motorsport Park Raleigh, NC
October 22-24 Rockingham Dragway Rockingham, NC

DIVISION 3

April 23 – 25 World Wide Technology Raceway (Regional) Madison, IL
July 2 – 4 Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park (Regional) Norwalk, OH
July 15 – 16 JEGS SPORTSnationals National Trail Raceway Columbus, OH
July 17 – 18 National Trail Raceway (Regional) Columbus, OH
August 6 – 8 Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis ( Regional) Indianapolis, IN
August 27 – 29 Beech Bend Raceway Park (Regional) Bowling Green, KY
October 1 – 3 World Wide Technology Raceway (Regional) Madison, IL

DIVISION 4

February 26 – 28 No Problem Raceway (Regional) Belle Rose, LA
April 9 -11 Houston Raceway Park Baytown, TX
May 13 – 14 Texas Motorplex (Regional) Ennis, TX
May 15 – 16 Texas Motorplex Ennis, TX
June 11 – 13 Tulsa Raceway Park Tulsa, OK
October 1 – 3 Thunder Valley Raceway Park Noble, OK

DIVISION 5

June 18 – 19 Bandimere Speedway (Regional) Morrison, CO
July 22 – 23 Heartland Motorsports Park (Regional) Topeka, KS
July 24 – 25 Heartland Motorsports Park Topeka, KS
August 6 – 8 SRCA Dragstrip (Regional) Great Bend, KS
August 18 -19 Brainerd International Raceway Brainerd, MN
September 10 -12 Tri-State Raceway (Regional) Earlville, IA

DIVISION 6

June 11 – 13 Pacific Raceways (Regional) Kent, WA
June 24 – 25 Mission Raceway Mission, BC
June 26 – 27 Mission Raceway (Regional) Mission, BC
July 9 – 11 Woodburn Dragstrip (Regional) Woodburn, OR
August 26 – 27 Yellowstone Dragstrip Acton, MT
August 28 Yellowstone Dragstrip (Regional) Acton, MT
September 17 – 19 Firebird Raceway Boise, ID

DIVISION 7

February 26 -28 Tucson Dragway Tucson, AZ
March 19 – 21 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Regional) Las Vegas, NV
July 15 – 16 Sonoma Raceway Sonoma, CA
July 17 – 18 Sonoma Raceway (Regional) Sonoma, CA
October 14 – 15 Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park (Regional) Chandler, AZ
October 16 – 17 Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park Chandler, AZ
November 4 – 7 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Regional) Las Vegas, NV

 






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