Summit Racing Equipment, an industry leader in the distribution of auto racing parts and equipment through catalogs and the Internet, is the primary sponsor of the NHRA E.T. drag racing series.
The NHRA Summit Racing Series features a bracket racing format that allows drivers in many types of vehicles, including dragsters, roadsters, sedans, and coupes, to compete on an equal basis against each other. In addition to three categories of competition for cars, a motorcycle category is featured.
NHRA Summit Racing Series racers compete for points and cash awards at a number of qualifying events at approximately 130 NHRA member tracks throughout North America. Drivers who earn the most points are eligible to compete for individual and team honors at the NHRA Summit Racing Series Finals in each of NHRA's seven divisions. Individual winners receive a division champion's trophy and purse along with travel expenses to attend the NHRA Summit Racing Series National Championship in Pomona, held in conjunction with the NHRA Mello Yello season closer, where they will compete for a national championship, $5,000, a national champion's trophy, and bragging rights for the year.