Delete The Divide and Moon Mark are partnering with the NHRA Youth and Education Services (YES) Program
What do drag racers and rocket ships have in common?
THE SCIENCE THAT MAKES THEM RUN!
Delete The Divide and Moon Mark are partnering with the NHRA Youth and Education Services (YES) Program, which is returning to the Auto Club Raceway at Pomona on Friday July 30, 2021 for the 2021 Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals.
The 2021 NHRA Youth & Education Services Program (YES) digital curriculum is a FREE program that focuses on the importance of goals and continued education; additionally, it allows students to learn about and explore various career opportunities. Students are presented with career, educational, and scholarship opportunities from official NHRA YES Program Partners: FORD, Dodge/Mopar, and Western Tech.
Entry to the event including parking is FREE for NHRA YES and Delete The Divide attendees. . To complete thecurriculum simply go to www.nhra.com/virtualyesprogram. You will then be prompted to the registration page. If you wish to receive a free Race ticket for Friday select: Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals, Pomona, CA Friday July 30, 2021. After you have completed viewing the Virtual NHRA YES Program presentation video, you will then have completed all the necessary steps and will be eligible to receive the freerace ticket. The ticket will be emailed to you on the week of the race after you have completed the virtual program.
We hope that you, your family, and friends can join the Delete The Divide and Moon Mark teams at this great event on July 30. There will be opportunities for the NHRA YES and Delete The Divide attendees to interact directly with professional drag car drivers and pit crews. Also, NHRA YES and Delete The Divide attendees can see Moon Mark’s Lunar Outposts racers which will be the first vehicles to race on the moon and to meet the space experts from Moon Mark who are behind this historic race. We look forward to seeing you at the event!
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The 2021 Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals Event - FAQs
1) What is the Y.E.S. Program?
NHRA is an acronym for National Hot Rod Association. Founded in 1951, the company was originally created as a means of getting hot-rodders off the streets and into a safer environment. Today, the NHRA is the world’s largest motorsports sanctioning body and the foremost promoter of drag racing in the world! It entertains millions of racing fans per year, with the fastest and most spectacular form of entertainment on wheels. The NHRA’s premier racing series features 24 national championship events each year. The NHRA Youth & Education Services (YES) Program was founded in 1989. It is the only full-time education program in motorsports that provides quality programs and activities for schools and youth organizations nationwide. Not only is the YES Program FREE, it focuses on the importance of goals and continued education, while allowing students to learn about and explore various career opportunities. The program will show students how S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is applied to both, real world situations and NHRA Drag Racing, which they will have the opportunity to see live at the track!
2) When is the event?
The Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals event will be hosted on Friday, July 30th at the Pomona Fairplex. It is an all-day event full of drag racing and S.T.E.M. related activities for students. The event typically runs from 9:00AM -9:00PM (PST). All ages are welcome.
3) How do I register for free tickets?
DTD Members will have access to the registration website through the DTD portal where they can register for the event. In order to qualify, registration must be completed no later than Wednesday, July 28, 2021 at 5:00pm (PST). All participants must also complete a waiver form and the NHRA YES Program’s digital curriculum (online video) in order to receive their free tickets. All tickets will be emailed on Thursday, July 29th so please check your emails. All ages are welcome.
4) Can I bring guests for free and is there a limit?
Yes, DTD Members can bring as many guests as they would like to the event for free. All guests must be registered through the registration website no later than Wednesday, July 28, 2021 at 5:00pm. All participants must also complete a waiver form and the NHRA YES Program’s digital curriculum (online video) in order to receive their free tickets. All tickets will be emailed on Thursday, July 29th so please check your emails. All ages are welcome.
5) When will I receive my free tickets and is parking included?
A free parking pass will be included with your ticket to the event. All tickets and parking passes will be emailed on Thursday, July 29th so please check your emails.
6) What time do I need to arrive to check-in to the event as a DTD Member?
Gates open at 9:00AM and participants are encouraged to arrive and check-in between 9:00AM – 11:00AM to avoid missing certain activities including those related to S.T.E.M.
7) What happens if I arrive late after check-in?
Will I still be allowed into the event? Gates open at 9:00AM and participants are encouraged to arrive and check-in between 9:00AM – 11:00AM (PST) to avoid missing certain activities including those related to S.T.E.M. However, the event is all-day and if participants are late, event coordinators will be accessible to assist DTD Members with accessing the event.
8) What activities will I be able to participate in?
DTD Members and their guests be able to participate in a range of activities and topics related to drag racing and S.T.E.M. including panel discussions and other demonstrations featuring racers and other members of the NHRA race team. The educational program lasts approximately 90 minutes, and then you will have the opportunity to watch Championship Drag Racing and walk through the pits for as long as you like. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to meet space experts from Moon Mark and preview Moon Mark’s Lunar Outposts racers which will be the first vehicles to race on the moon. https://moonmark.space/
9) Are masks required to be able to participant?
The event is expected to be in compliance with any state and/or County guidelines involving social distancing and mask requirements. For more information on current regulations, please contact event coordinators and the Pomona Fairplex or visit the Department of Public Health’s website at http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/coronavirus/
10) Will there be chaperones at the event?
Event staff and DTD volunteers will be onsite during the event to assist guests. However, Supervision will not be provided, and all minors must attend the event with a parent/guardian or other approved chaperone. Please make sure all attendees are registered for the event.
11) Will there be food offered?
Multiple concession stands will be open for participants to purchase lunch. No food is provided by the NHRA. Concessions range from $6 - $12 per item. Participants may bring a packed lunch if desired to the event. Glass containers and/or bottles will not be allowed in the event. There are certain event regulations and guidelines that may exist on what type of food and drink that may be allowed. Participants are encouraged to check with event coordinators and the Pomona Fairplex before arriving with food to the event.
12) Who can I contact if I have additional questions or issues with receiving my tickets?
All questions or issues related to the event should be directed to the event coordinators for the most up-dated information. Please visit the NHRA website for more details and contact information. https://www.nhra.com/YES#