Schools from across the country will compete Oct. 31 – Nov. 2 at the SEMA Show as part of the 2017 Dual National Championship. The top four teams will be honored.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow (HROT) Engine Challenge had a double-header event this past weekend.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge’s first event of 2017 season was held at the 10th Annual Race & Performance Expo in Schaumburg, IL, where 30 teams competed and seven advanced to the Dual National Championship held later this year at the SEMA and PRI Show.
After 43 teams qualified for the National Dual Championship, 20 teams went to compete at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas and 23 teams had gone to the PRI Show.
A team of students from Joliet Township High School competed in the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge on July 30 at Route 66 Raceway.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge’s first event of 2016 seasons was held at the 9th Annual Race & Performance Expo in Schaumburg, IL. Thirty-two teams competed for their chance to qualify for the National Dual Championships held later this year at the SEMA and PRI Shows.
South Elgin’s automotive technology engine teardown team is ready to compete in the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge being held in Las Vegas.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge has put 12 events in the books for 2015. Throughout these events, held from Florida to California, 40 teams have qualified to compete for the Engine Challenge National Championship. In order to qualify, these teams, comprised solely of high school students, must complete a performance engine rebuilt in less than 35 minutes. These 40 teams have now advanced to the semi-finals. Twenty-three of these teams will compete in the first round of semi-final competition, held at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show, November 3-6.