23rd annual Hot Rod Power Tour starts June 10

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Cars on tour | Hot Rod Power Tour photos
Cars on tour | Hot Rod Power Tour photos
Cars on tour | Hot Rod Power Tour photo

The annual Hot Rod Power Tour returns for its 23rd year starting June 10 and over its seven-day run will includes over 6,000 participants visiting seven cities.

Along the 1,400-mile drive, participants can sightsee, explore, and show their cars in the various towns along the way. Local spectators join in on the action, which means more than 100,000 people participating.

The tour kicks off at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, and stops June 11 at Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa. The route the next day goes to the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds in Davenport, and then on to the University of Illinois in Champaign (June 12), Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Illinois (June 13), and Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis (June 14) before concluding at the Bowling Green Warren County Regional Airport in Bowling Green, Kentucky (June 15).

Highlights throughout the tour include dyno challenges and drag strip events. Many various stops will features vendors, convenient should participants need anything along the way.

Pre-registration is open until June 1. On-site pricing begins June 2.

 

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