2006 NHRA Pacific Division ET Challenge at The Strip at LVMS

June 3, June 10, Aug. 19 and Sept. 16

The NHRA Pacific Division ET Challenge consists of a four-race series to be held at each NHRA Pacific Division member track. The races at The Strip at LVMS will be held on June 3, June 10, Aug. 19 and Sept. 16.

Racers will compete at their local track and not be required to travel for a chance at this award. Each competitor will be required only to be signed up for track points and have a current NHRA competition number/license and membership. Champions will be crowned in Super Pro, Pro, Sportsman, and Motorcycle. Each champion will receive an NHRA "Wally" trophy and a jacket for this accomplishment.

Program Guidelines:

Four-race series to be held at each member track on dates specified by track (see signup sheet) and held between March 1 and September 30, 2006.

Dates must be submitted to the Pacific Division office no later than February 28, 2006 (see signup sheet).

Series dates must be concluded by September 30, 2006.

Race results must be sent to the Pacific Division office within two (2) weeks of conclusion of each event, with all results being in no later than October 5, 2006.

Race results will consist of round by round results (to verify car count and rounds won) and must be faxed, e-mailed, or mailed in.

Four classes of competition: Super Pro, Pro, Sportsman, and Motorcycle.

Racer must be signed up for track points and have valid NHRA competition number and membership.

Racers may compete in this program at more than one track, but points will be awarded individually per track (no combining of tracks).

Points will be awarded by the Pacific Division as follows: win - 85 points; runner-up - 64; semi finals - 43; and quarter-finals - 32.

Seventeen-car (17) minimum field size (five rounds) is required to receive full points.

Nine-car (9) minimum (four rounds) will receive win, runner-up, and semi points only.

Five-car (5) minimum (three rounds) will receive win and runner-up points only.

In the event of a tie, the procedure to break the tie will be as follows: (1) Driver with most rounds won at scored events; (2) Tied competitors will face off at the Pacific Division Summit ET Finals with the winner awarded championship.

Points will be kept solely by, and at the discretion of, the Pacific Division office.

The Strip at LVMS information: (702) 632-8213