April 11h, 2020 marks the return to action for all you hardy Car Club Challenge participants. The purpose of the Car Club Challenge (CCC) is to have Fun, Meet New Friends, Race for Trophies and Promote Drag Racing as a Safe, Legal and Structured Activity for those who feel the “Need For Speed”! Racers will compete for individual points in twelve CCC race events this year. Team Members’ points will be added together to determine the winning Car Club. An Awards Picnic will be held at the end of the season to honor Top Individuals and Clubs.
If you’ve never run your car down the quarter mile, there’s never been a better time than Now! You’ll have plenty of “coaches” to give you advice on how to make the best time and should anything happen to your race vehicle, there are plenty of people to help you fix it! You don’t even have to have a Camaro to race and if you don’t want to race, come on down anyway to Cheer us on!! 2020 CCC races take place at Pacific Raceways (PR) on Fridays and the Bremerton Raceway on Saturdays. PR opens at 4:00 PM and eliminations start around 6:30 PM. Bremerton opens at 8:00 AM and eliminations start around Noon. Here’s the schedule, so mark your calendars and we’ll see you there!
2020 CAR CLUB CHALLENGE DRAG RACING SCHEDULE DATE RACE # LOCATION TIME Apr 11 Race #1 Bremerton Raceway 8:00 AM Apr 25 Race #2 Bremerton Raceway 8:00 AM May 08 Race #3 Pacific Raceways 4:00 PM May 16 Race #4 Bremerton Raceway 8:00 AM May 29 Race #5 Pacific Raceways 4:00 PM Jun 06 Race #6 Bremerton Raceways 8:00 AM Jun 19 Race #7 Pacific Raceway 4:00 PM Jul 10 Race #8 Pacific Raceway 4:00 PM Jul 18 Race #9 Bremerton Raceways 8:00 AM Aug 07 Race #10 Pacific Raceway 4:00 PM Aug 08 Race #11 Bremerton Raceway 8:00 AM Aug 21 Race #12 Pacific Raceway 4:00 PM Aug 28 Race #13 Pacific Raceways 4:00 PM Sept 12 Race #14 Bremerton Raceway 8:00 AM
Anyone may race who has a street-legal car. Common tech-in problems that might keep you from racing are an open cooling system (no catch container for radiator overflow), an improperly secured battery, or too much rubber fuel line (less than 12 inches is allowed). If your car has a convertible top or T-tops, bring a DOT-approved helmet. For a complete list of the Car Club Challenge Rules see the Car Club Challenge Reference Page for 2019.