Participant registration for legal street drag racing at Roadkill Nights Powered By Dodge is now open, and will close on Wednesday, July 26. At that time, the Roadkill team will review all submissions, and selected applicants will be sent a link and password allowing them to enter the race. Remember, only Dodge-powered vehicles are allowed to compete.
The racing is set to begin at 11 a.m. and end by 10 p.m. The cost is $100 per vehicle and there’s prize money for 1st through 4th place winners, as well as the fastest Dodge there. To clarify, that means that if the fastest Dodge there also places in 1st, then that driver goes home with $20,000. We’ve taken the liberty of sharing the pay-out information below:
- $10,000 – 1st place overall
- $10,000 – fastest Dodge
- $5,000 – 2nd place overall
- $2,500 – 3rd place overall
- $1,500 – 4th place overall
Of course, there’s more to the Roadkill Nights Powered By Dodge event than just drag racing. Spectators can look forward to thrill rides in the 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, Charger SRT Hellcat and the 645-horsepower Dodge Viper, along with the opportunity to see the 840-horsepower 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon on the dragstrip and exhibition runs by NHRA Top Fuel dragster driver Leah Pritchett and Funny Car driver Matt Hagan.
Dodge is also now offering a $50 Show ‘n’ Shine entry, which includes event access for a driver and a single passenger, plus an exclusive Roadkill Nights windshield banner. Those looking for more should check out the $160 VIP Ultimate Package, which includes VIP thrill ride access, VIP parking, limited-edition merchandise, entry into Roadkill Nights, a personal meet-and-greet with David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan and reserved bleacher seating.
Enthusiasts who are unable to attend can still get in on some of the action via a Livestream on Dodge.com. Fans can also follow the action on social media by using #RoadkillNights and #poweredbydodge.
If you’re hoping to attend the Roadkill Nights Powered By Dodge, but haven’t made any moves yet, fret not, you’ve got three weeks until the day of the event.