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The Drag-N-Drive™ movement was originally created in 2005 by then Hot Rod magazine Editor, David Freiberger.  In less than 20 years, this form of drag racing has grown from one annual event to over five events and thousands of racers.  Events such as Miles of Mayhem in Canada as well as Oversees events have all been inspired by the Ironman Racers from 2005.  We even have our own magazine dedicated to covering all Drag-N-Drive™ events properly titled, Sick the Mag.   Subscribers from around the world see exclusive photos and stories written by a talented team of motorsports journalists.   More about Sick the Mag and subscriptions can be found at SickTheMag.com.   All events welcome spectators, have exclusive merchandise and some have live feed for a global audience. 


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American and Canadian list of Drag-N-Drive™ style events is in calendar order.   There are currently five National events across the country and several 3-day events popular to local Racers.


  • February.  Sick Mag Sick Week (SMSW) –  Is the first National event kicking off the Drag-N-Drive™ season in sunny Florida and parts of Georgia.   The week long event is spearheaded by Racer Tom Bailey, a veteran to this form of racing and the only Driver to run a 5.99 while concluding the event.     Click to go to Sick Week’s website.


  • April.  The Circuit 2022, a Drag and Drive™ style event, with 370+ miles of Missouri and Kansas roadways, over two consecutive days will take their toll on your body and your “street car”! Everyone will be competing for trophies made by the children of the NW Arkansas Children’s Shelter! This event combines two great pastimes for car guys and girls, Drag Racing and a Cruise Night!! We race Friday night, April 9 at Mo-kan Dragway in Asbury, MO, with seven classes! You better get there early, you need two passes on Friday night to stay in competition! Saturday morning, we head towards Sedalia, MO for the 301 Street Cars Cruise Night, hitting 3 checkpoints along the way! The Cruise Night runs from 4pm until 9pm at Goody’s Steakburger in the heart of Sedalia. Sunday, is a mad dash back to Mo-kan for the final rounds, with a single checkpoint along the way. We are mixing in with the Bracket Series of Mo-kan, so you better be ready, you may only get one pass on Sunday, UNLESS you enter the Bracket series…..just saying. We have all of this fun to help support the Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter with your event entry and donations for raffle prizes! Entry is $25 per Class, due at registration for the event. – Click here to see the Event link on Facebook


  • May.  Carolina Drag Cruise is an eighth mile, a Drag and Drive™ event that runs in the upstate of the Carolinas.  If you are not sure if you are ready for a 1000+ mile event, this is a great way to get your feet wet in this style of racing.  We do 30 mile cruises, hitting four tracks over a four day weekend.  Not only do we give out trophies for the Fastest Average ET, but also for the Most Consistent ET in each class and have a class that can fit almost any ride.  If you would like to find out more information, please check out their website: www.CarolinaDragCruise.com. We also have a Facebook group, to keep everyone up to date.


  • June.  The Summit Racing Midwest Drags (SRMD) presented by Mickey Thompson is always held the first week of June in states such as Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Kentucky, Georgia, Tennessee and the eastern States.  In partnership with Motortrend, SRMD follows the same rules and classes as Hot Rod Drag Week making it easier for competitors to compete in both annual events.   Small differences are, no turn by turn directions for competitors, two manual shift classes and two hit per day are required over the four days of racing making class winners an average of eight (8) passes. – Click to go to SRMD website.


  • June. Rocky Mountain Race Week 1.0 – Rocky Mountain Race Week (RMRW) is the ultimate test of drag racers, competing on quarter mile strips every day for a week in CO, NE and KS! June 18-24, 2022 – Click to view the RMRW Website.


  • August.  Miles of Mayhem is Canada’s first drag n drive event that was inspired by Hot Rod magazine’s Drag Week. Our first year we of Miles of Mayhem we had over a 100 competitors who over 5 days, traveling over 1700 km (1056 miles), racing at 4 different race tracks. Going up against the Canadian elements from rain on day one to +40 degrees Celsius (105°F) to avoiding tornadoes to get each day of racing in. We are very excited to see what challenges the 2022 event with bring as well as the competitors who are willing to join the mayhem. – Click to view Miles of Mayhem website.


  • September. Race Week (RMRW 2.0) – Race Week (RMRW) is the ultimate test of drag racers, competing on quarter mile strips every day for a week in OK, TX, KS! September 4-9, 2022 – Click to view the RMRW Website.


  • September.   Hot Rod Drag Week (HRDW), Founded by David Frieberger in 2005 is the longest running Drag-N-Drive™ style event.  Traveling to all States east of the Mississippi, thousands of Racers have competed to win a class jacket at Drag Week. – Click to go to HRDW website.


  • September.   One Guy’s Garage Drag Weekend, Founded by Nathan and Stacy Shaw, our three day, three States competing on three tracks is limited to 50 cars.  Hot Rods travel 400 to 500 miles in the upper Midwest hitting three tracks on a long weekend.  Five (5) classes, low entry fees cater to the guys and gals that can’t dedicate a whole week to Drag-N-Drive™ racing but would like to have some fun!  Payouts and prizes courtesy of Mickey Thompson Tires, QA1 and others.


  • Late Oct/early November. Cruis’n Oklahoma – King of the Open Road. This is a street-legal event, based on the Drag Week and Race Week formats. Racers will start at Thunder Valley, make a 300 mile, round trip, cruise down Route 66 and back to the track Saturday Afternoon. Racers will qualify and compete in final eliminations Saturday Night & Sunday. Cruis’n Oklahoma FB Group for more info.

Overseas Drag-N-Drive™ events.


  • March.  Street Machine Drag Challenge (SMDC) is an event from down under.