Radial Racing is continuing to grow more and more popular in Australia, and with the Kenda 660 Drag Radial Series it is only going to get bigger, more exciting and become the ultimate sport to watch.
Radial racing has become more popular thanks to television shows like Street Outlaws, showing the grassroots, grudge style racing that everyone wants to be part of.
The Kenda 660 Drag Radial series is a four-part series with the finale of the series, the Radial Riot hitting the track this September at Willowbank Raceway. Entrants from all around Australia, from as far away as Perth will be fighting it out on track to be crowned the champion of their bracket.
“It’s such an exciting time in the sport, we have a diverse range of entrants and the chase for the first racer to run 200mph is on. We have a couple of entrants quite close to cracking the milestone and we are hoping we can make history at Radial Riot in a couple of weeks”, said co-series promoter Scott Harker.
“All the main players for the event are within close reach of the Championship, and with over 40k up for grabs in prize money they will all be pushing the limits hard. This creates great conditions for some exciting racing, you never know what is going to happen next, will the car run a (personal best) or will it be sent sky high with a massive wheel stand”, continues Justin Simpson, co-series promoter.
Kenda Tires Radial Riot is on September 19-21 at Willowbank Raceway. With plenty of cars testing on the Thursday, then the following night there is $15k up for grabs at the Kenda Tires 660 Kombat. The main event takes place on Saturday, September 21 with Australia’s baddest radial cars battling it out.