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NHRA/Turbo Magazine Track Conduct Seminars Presented by Nitrous Express

Nov 1, 2002

The NHRA/Turbo Magazine Track Conduct Seminar is a way for beginners to learn the ropes of drag racing. By understanding where to be and when and knowing what will happen from the staging lanes to the staging lights and beyond, newcomers to our sport will get more enjoyment out of the experience.

The seminars, presented by Nitrous Express, which will be conducted by Turbo magazine editor Evan Griffey, will feature input from NHRA officials and top drivers. NHRA officials provide information about what to expect in tech, safety basics and drivers offer behind the wheel insight into the intricacies that make the racing so much fun.

The Turbo & High Tech Performance Magazine Track Conduct Seminars are continuing in 2003 at all NHRA/{{{Summit}}} Sport Compact races. Make plans to join us at the following locations:
April 5-6
Moroso Motorsports Park
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
May 3-4
Raceway Park
Englishtown, NJ
May 17-18
Gainesville Raceway
Gainesville, FL
June 7-8
Atco Raceway
Atco, NJ
July 25-26
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Las Vegas, NV
August 8-9
Texas Motorplex
Dallas, TX
August 23-24
Woodburn Dragstrip
Woodburn, OR
September 6-7
Infineon Raceway
{{{Sonoma}}}, Ca
October 4-5
Raceway Park
Englishtown, NJ
October 25-26
Pomona Raceway
Pomona, Ca
The Track conduct Seminar is FREE OF CHARGE. Participants will receive a "Goodie Bag" filled with seminar information, special offers, a Turbo & High Performance T-shirt and more...

Register by emailing Denise Send your name, address, email address, birthdate, daytime phone number and evening phone number, or fill out the form below. Simply fill out and submit. There is no confirmation upon submission. 10/4 - 10/5: Englishtown, NJ
10/25 - 10/26: Pomona, CA

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