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New Jersey Raceway Park, Aug 9-10th

Aug 4, 2014
Photographer: Sean Bradford

Honda Day New Jersey Details:

  • Held at Raceway Park – Englishtown, New Jersey
  • Presented by BC on August 9 & 10 | $35 2-day spectator ticket
  • Drag racing | Car Show | Lifestyle stage
  • Expect thousands of spectators | 27 car show classes

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The always awesome annual Honda Day New Jersey is almost here! Set for this weekend, August 9-10th, at Raceway Park in Englishtown, NJ expect thousands of attendees and countless Honda builds from around the country. Bracket drag racing action will be found at the strip throughout the day while the massive car show, lifestyle stage and vendor area will be staged nearby. The car show will include 27 classes along with awards and price money for the Best in Show winners. Saturday car show entry is $20, Sunday is $45 or both days for $65.

Check out: Honda Day Atco 2013

Each spectator will be entered in to win a Giveaway Honda. Giveaways will also be had at the lifestyle stage where you’ll find DJs setting the Honda Day 2014 tone. Saturday spectator cost is $15, Sunday is $25 and a two-day is $35.

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A handful of drag race classes will be available too including SFWD (16-car field), All Motor (16-car field), SI Shootout, 10.50 Index, 11.509 Index and Pro Stock. Bracket classes include ET1 and ET2. Prize money will be awarded to the winners. Drag racing entry on Saturday is $30 or $75 for two-day.

We hope to see you at this year’s Honda Day 2014! Stay tuned for Honda Day event coverage the week following the event.

Sean Russell
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