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Want to smoke your tires, mash the gas pedal, and see how fast your car will go with zero risk of getting a speeding ticket?

Want to test your road-course racing skills and get pro tips and guidance from the expert instructors from Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course?

Those questions are rhetorical. Of course you do.

Among the countless hot rods, muscle cars, lifted trucks, performance late models, vintage restorations, and other vehicles to see at Super Summit on June 9-10, attendees will also have the opportunity to get a bunch of free track time, both on the famed dragstrip of Norwalk, OH’s Summit Motorsports Park as well as on the free autocross course.

Whether you have a purpose-built racecar, a new performance machine you want to take for a spin, or are simply curious about what the family vehicle really has cooking underneath all that daily driving, the opportunity to run wide open down what many consider to be the finest dragstrip in North America like an NHRA hero is not to be missed.

And autocross? There’s a reason it’s been called the fastest 40 miles per hour you’ll ever experience,” and you probably owe it to yourself to discover why.

Super Summit is an annual two-day cruise-in and customer-appreciation event thrown by our friends at Summit Racing Equipment. For the third-straight year, Super Summit will be held at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk.

The event is completely free and open to the public. Show hours are Friday, June 9, 2 pm-9 pm; and Saturday, June 10, 9 am-5 pm.

In addition to free dragstrip fun runs and autocross racing, Super Summit will also feature:

  • A giant cruise-in
  • BIGFOOT® car-crushing exhibitions
  • Manufacturers Midway, featuring new part demonstrations and tech support
  • Exclusive 10 percent off deals on parts, tools, and more
  • Clearance-priced tin signs, apparel, and other car collectibles at the Pit Stop Shop
  • Food vendors
  • Live DJ
  • Hourly drawings for Summit Racing gift card winners
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Author: Matt Griswold

After a 10-year newspaper journalism career, Matt Griswold spent another decade writing about the automotive aftermarket and motorsports. He was part of the original OnAllCylinders editorial team when it launched in 2012.