Western Conference Finals
Each season, racers from throughout the western United States and Canada take their shot at Wallys and a share of prize money during the NHRA Jr. Drag Racing Western Conference Finals Fairlife YUP!. The event features racers from all tracks in Divisions 4, 5, 6, and 7. Each NHRA member track may send an unlimited number of teams of 10 racers to the event. The event awards a Wally and prize money to the winner in each of the eight age categories -- 6-9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16-17 -- and a Wally to each member of the winning team.
2018 Jr. Drag Racing Western Conference Finals
Osage Tulsa Raceway Park (Tulsa, Okla.)
Are you planning on attending this year's NHRA Jr. Drag Racing Western Conference Finals presented by Fairlife YUP!? Now is the time to sign up for your track's team.
Tulsa Raceway Park has partnered with Coca-Cola brand Fairlife YUP! for the 2018 NHRA Jr. Drag Racing Western Conference Finals, one of two national events in the NHRA Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League.
Due to the requirement of a doctor's signature on the participant licensing form, no membership/participant applications will be accepted for new membership or renewal at the Conference Finals, so make sure your license is up-to-date before heading to the events.
Osage Tulsa Raceway Park and Bristol Dragway have a full week of racing planned for the NHRA Jr. Drag Racing Western and Eastern Conference Finals, respectively. Both host tracks have planned a number of racing events ahead of the main events, in which Wallys will be awarded to individual and team champions.
The NHRA Jr. Drag Racing Conference Finals will return to familiar surroundings for the 2018 season as the Western Conference Finals will take place at Osage Tulsa Raceway Park in Tulsa, Okla., and the Eastern Conference Finals will be held at Bristol Dragway in Tennessee.
Oklahoma’s Osage Tulsa Raceway Park will host the event for the third season on June 21-22, while the NHRA Jr. Drag Racing Eastern Conference Finals will return to Eastern Tennessee’s famed Thunder Valley, July 19-21.