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Mon, 14 Nov 2005, 09:33 PM

2006 Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Schedule
Courtesy of NHRA

GLENDORA, Calif. --

NHRA has released the 2006 Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series schedule of divisional events. The LODRS season begins in the Southeast Division 2 Feb. 24-26 at historic Gainesville Raceway in Florida and concludes more than eight months later with the annual Pacific Division 7 closer Nov. 3-5 at The Strip At Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Divisions 4 and 7 each will host seven events while the remainder of the divisions will hold six events, all leading to national and divisional championships.

NHRA's Northeast Division 1 will kick off its season May 26-28 at Maple Grove Raceway in Reading, Pa., while the North Central Division 3 racers will hit the track at fabled Indianapolis Raceway Park for their opener April 21-23. South Central Division 4 kicks off March 3-5 at No Problem Raceway Park in Belle Rose, La., the West Central Division 5 squad May 5-7 for the first of two events at Heartland Park Topeka, and the Northwest Division 6 troops head into battle for the first time May 12-14 at Firebird Raceway in Boise, Idaho.

Reading, Pa.            May 26-28 
Lebanon Valley, N.Y.    June 30-July 2 
Richmond, Va.           July 14-16 
Cecil County, Md.       Aug 25-27 
Englishtown, N.J.       Sept. 8-10 
Atco, N.J.              Sept. 29-Oct. 1  

Gainesville, Fla.       Feb. 24-26 
*Orlando, Fla.          March 10-12 
Bradenton, Fla.         March 24-26 
Cecil, Ga.              April 7-9 
Atlanta, Ga.            Sept. 29-Oct. 1 
Reynolds, Ga.           Oct. 20-22 

Indianapolis, Ind.      April 21-23 
Stanton, Mich.          June 30-July 2 
Joliet, lll.            July 14-16 
Cleves, Ohio            Aug 4-6 
Bowling Green, Ky.      Aug 25-27 
Columbus, Ohio          Sept. 22-24 

Belle Rose, La.         March 3-5 
Memphis, Tenn.          March 24-26 
Dallas, Texas           April 28-30 
Gilliam, La.            May 19-21 
Rusk, Texas             June 16-18 
Houston, Texas          Sept. 15-17 
Noble, Okla.            Oct. 13-15 

Topeka, Kan.            May 5-7 
Brainerd, Minn.         June 2-4 
Denver, Colo.           June 16-18 
Great Bend, Kan.        July 21-23 
Topeka, Kan.            Aug 25-27 
Earlville, Iowa         Sept. 8-10 

* Boise, ID             May 12-14 
Mission, B.C.           June 2-4 
Seattle, Wash.          June 16-18 
Woodburn, Ore.          July 7-9 
Acton, Mont.            Aug 18-20 
Medford, Ore.           Sept. 22-24 

Phoenix, Ariz.          March 3-5 
Tucson, Ariz.           March 24-26 
Bakersfield, Calif.     May 19-21 
Fontana, Calif.         June 23-25 
Sonoma, Calif.          Aug 4-6 
Fallon, Nev             Sept. 8-10 
Las Vegas, Nev.         Nov 3-5 

* denotes events without TAD/TAFC

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