More than 35 high school students from around the region competed in a fast-paced annual competition designed to get students excited about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and introduce them to the high-demand field of automotive technology.
Teams from across a five state region will meet at Tulsa Tech Saturday, April 6, to compete at a Regional Qualifying Engine Challenge for Hot Rodders of Tomorrow.
Four teams will move onto PRI after students from across the country competed in 21 rounds over three days at the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge Dual National Championship during the 2018 SEMA Show.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge began their second half of the season at the Summit Atlanta Motorama in Atlanta, April 28. At the Motorama, 11 schools from Alabama and Georgia competed in 19 teams.
Four schools from Pennsylvania and Virginia fielding six teams competed at the 6th Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge of the season at the York County School of Technology in York, Pennsylvania, on April 7.
The fifth Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge of the season was hosted at the NASCAR Technical Institute in Mooresville, North Carolina, on March 31. Eleven teams from four schools in Georgia and Virginia competed at the event, with seven teams advancing.
Nine teams from seven different schools in Texas and Oklahoma competed at the fourth Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge event of the season, hosted at Tarrant County College in Fort Worth, Texas.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow (HROT) Engine Challenge hosted its third event of the 2018 season at the Summit Piston Powered AutoRama in Cleveland, Ohio, March 16-18. Eight teams from three states competed at the event, with three of those teams qualifying for the Dual National Championship held at the SEMA and PRI Show later this year.
2 Teams Claim Spot At Hot Rodders Of Tomorrow Dual National Championship, Junior Challenge Brings 88 Competitors
Two teams from Los Angeles have qualified for the 2018 Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Dual National Championship Playoffs after competing at the second Engine Challenge event of the season.
Hot Rodders of Tomorrow kicked off its 10th Engine Challenge season at the 11th Annual Race & Performance Expo.
Watch Hunter High School’s team, the Hedman Hedders, on their journey to the 2017 Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Dual National Championship where they compete for the best time taking apart and reassembling an engine.
During the final competition of the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge 2017 National Championship, eight teams from across the country battled for the best time at the Elite Eight playoffs hosted at the PRI Show Dec. 8-9.