If top speed and massive acceleration are what you crave, drag racing should satisfy your appetite. It's all about speeding down a paved quarter-mile track, whether you're racing the clock or another competitor.
Like all forms of AMA-sanctioned competition, there's a wide range of investment in terms of equipment, time and talent. The AMA, chartered clubs and volunteers continue to develop a framework for grassroots-level motorcycle drag racing opportunities, with a place for everything from modern sportbikes to vintage machinery.
AMA Motorcycle Drags: Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016
Chicago Norton Owners Group
Great Lakes Dragaway, Union Grove, Wis.
Drag Racing Rules
AMA-sanctioned events run according to the rules developed and written by AMA Congress, the rules-making body of the AMA composed of AMA organizers.
The AMA Amateur Competition Rulebook is for the exclusive use of AMA-chartered clubs and promoters running AMA-sanctioned events.
The rulebook applies to all AMA-sanctioned competition. Supplemental regulations are additions to the rulebook based on the needs of a specific series. All supplemental regulations are approved by the AMA.
Drag racing rules are included in the AMA Amateur Competition Rulebook.