The off-idle torque of an electric car will slam you back in your seat. That’s why we’re integrating quarter-mile drag racing into our inaugural Holley High Voltage Experience.  We want new electric vehicle owners and experienced EV owners alike to experience the acceleration their vehicles are capable of in a safe and repeatable environment. And since we’ve got the whole track to ourselves, why not call out a couple of your buddies or rivals for a little side-by-side competition on 1320 feet of asphalt. Read on to see what class(es) your EV would be most competitive in.  Most of the action will take place on the quarter-mile, but the race director will have the final say to move someone to 1/8th mile in case of safety concerns.

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High Voltage will be using the NHRA’s safety rules for Electric Vehicles

Refer to section 4G in the rules.
The following classes will have eliminations:
  • Production Stock
  • Production Modified
  • Unlimited (Fully Modified/Home Built)
  • Tesla Plaid Heads Up Class

New for 2022 – We will be hosting an elimination style Heads Up class strictly for the Tesla Plaid! Rules for this class can be viewed at the link below.

Tesla Plaid Heads Up Class Rules

We will also be holding a bracket race for all cars that want to compete if class racing doesn’t suffice.

The EV Bracket Open is class designed for EV powered vehicles.

Qualifying and Class Information

All Run, .500 Full Tree, 7.50 to 19.99 ET Limit, 1/4 mile.

Eliminations will be Random pairings in all round.

Potential bye run during random pairings, is decided by best Positive reaction time (r/t) in the previous round.  Racer  closest to “.000” based on a Pro .500 Tree. “.000” is considered perfect. For cases in which identical reaction times are made, qualifying position will be based on a first-come first served: the first occurring r/t will be placed #1, the second occurrence of said r/t will be placed #2, and so on.