We cater to students’ learning curves, one run at a time. At this safety-conscious school, we teach students thoroughly about equipment prior to any track time. Students learn how to overcome intimidation produced by the speed and power of the cars, and your skills are built as confidence increases.
Roy Hill's Drag Racing School is unique in that we do not place a limit on the number of runs you are given to earn your license or achieve your objective when attending the school.
Graduates depart with their self-esteem at an all-time high. The lessons of control, and the confidence gained from driving under the watchful eye of Roy Hill, are acceptable in any of life’s subsequent ventures. Upon completion of the school, you will receive your ET slips and license form listing your successfully completed runs. This license form will be ready to send to NHRA if all requirements are met. As an additional bonus, you will receive a diploma and photos covering your participation in our school.
All classes include insurance.
Learn from one of the best as Hill shares his valuable knowledge on tuning the engine and chassis of your factory race car or strap in behind the wheel of one of the top Super Stock cars in the country as you pilot Roy Hill’s Ford Mustang Cobra Jet.
Choose to drive a Jerry Haas-built Super Gas car or an Undercover Motorsports Super Comp dragster. This school is excellent for a first time driver.
Our new Top Sportsman class puts you in a former Pro Stock car powered by a 600+ cubic-inch engine, paired with an automatic transmission. Experience quarter-mile runs in the seven-second range at over 180 MPH.
Roy Hill’s Drag Racing School is unique in allowing a driver to bring his own car to be dialed-in. This service can save both money and many weeks of trial and error.
Bring your own Pro Modified car or Hill and his staff will meet you at your local track to help tune your car’s engine and chassis, as well as prepare you to drive the fastest door cars on the planet.
A two-day school which helps train future racers and their parents on how to maintain mental and physical sharpness while in the dragster.