PRESS RELEASE August 12, 2018 The Handlers’ Racing Association, dba Bremerton Raceway is proud to bring drag racing to Kitsap County at the inactive runway of the Bremerton International Airport this weekend. On Friday, August 17 th the gates open at 3 pm for Street Legals, Test & Tune and 100 MPH qualifier for all vehicles. Racing starts at 4 pm. The gates will close at 9 pm. Tech cards are $25.00 for car and driver. If you do not have a NHRA number and haven’t purchased a Bremerton number for the year, please do so at the entrance gate for $10.00. Spectator and crew member fees are $5.00. All occupants in a race vehicle must wear T-shirt length sleeves, long pants, shoes and socks. Saturday August 18 th will be the Summit E.T. Bracket Series #15, Junior Dragster Series # 14, Junior Street Series # 13 and the Car Club Challenge Race #5. Gates open at 8:00 am, racing starts at 9 am. Tech cards are $60 for Super Pro, $55 for Pro, $45 for Sportsman, Motorcycle and Car Club Challenge, $35.00 for Junior Dragsters and Junior Street and $25.00 for High School. The gates will close at 8 pm. Sunday, August 19 th, the gates open at 8 am for the Summit E.T. Bracket Series # 16, Junior Dragster Series # 15 and Junior Street Series # 14. Tech cards are $60 for Super Pro, $55 for Pro, $45 for Sportsman and Motorcycle, $35.00 for Junior Dragster and Junior Street and $25.00 for High School. Points standings after Sunday’s race will determine who is eligible to compete on Team Bremerton at the ET Finals in Boise, ID Labor Day weekend. If you have not informed Gail of your interest attending the ET Finals, make sure you do so this weekend. We will also have the drawing for the 7th Race of Champions participant in Sportsman, Pro, Super Pro and Motorcycle at the conclusion of the race. To be eligible, you must have participated in every 2018 points race. General admissions per day are $12.00 for adults, $10.00 for Active Duty Military, $5.00 for children 6-12 and 5 and under are free. Remember the entrance to the race track off Airport Way and Old Clifton Rd is on Mike Sarver Lane. Barbara Howell Secretary/Treasurer
About Bremerton Raceway
Bring your friends and family along to the Bremerton Raceway to properly enjoy the safe and controlled racing on our strip. Owned and operated by the Handlerâ€™s Racing Association, we provide a place for anyone to race, including a group of big name racers such as Herm Petersen, Don Garlits, and Shirley Muldowney, to name a few. Our racing strip reaches 1/4th a mile and covers an inactive runway of the Bremerton National Airport. With over 55 years of experience, we know how to keep our racers and spectators safe. We proudly serve racers throughout the Pacific Northwest, including Canada.
Packed with concession stands that offer you breakfast, lunch, and coffee, and our bleachers, with capacity for 2000 individuals, gives you space for you and your loved ones to really enjoy our races and a day of fun. Participate in one of our many events, or simply watch our races and enjoy yourself. Winners will earn a chance to take part in the Pomona race going on in California. Backed by NHRA safety standards and extra insurance for drivers, both viewers and participating racers can enjoy the Bremerton Raceway safely and without worry.
Bremerton Raceway has always prided itself on being a family friendly and community oriented facility. At the track you will find many activities to make your outing a more enjoyable one. Some weekends we have live music while on others there are specific activities for the kids. There is something for the whole family to enjoy at Bremerton Raceway!