This is the 2023 schedule for the NHRRG National Hotrods
The 2023 National Hotrods season includes a total of 17 race days in the cross-track championships – Plus, there are the track championships
|April 9, 2023||Ter Apel (NK & NHRRG)|
|April 10, 2023||Raceway Venray (NK)|
|April 23, 2023||Posterholt (NK)|
|May 14, 2023||Posterholt (NK & NHRRG)|
|May 18, 2023||Ter Apel (NK & NHRRG)|
|May 29, 2023||Raceway Venray (NK & NHRRG)|
|June 25, 2023||Raceway Venray (Supercup & NK)|
|July 9, 2023||Ter Apel (NK)|
|July 16, 2023||Lelystad (Qualifying Golden Helmet & NK)|
|July 29-30, 2023||Posterholt (Grenzlandcup & NK)|
|August 27, 2023||Posterholt (NK & NHRRG)|
|September 2-3, 2023||Ter Apel (Euromaster & NK)|
|September 17, 2023||Lelystad (Golden Helmet & NK)|
|October 28-29, 2023||Raceway Venray (NK & NHRRG)|
The drivers of the National Hotrods have a full program in 2023. The races for the Dutch Championship (NK) and the NHRRG Cup (NHRRG) will be held on a total of 17 race days from April to October.
There are 14 race days for the Dutch Championship (NK) and six for the NHRRG Cup (NHRRG). In addition, there is the Supercup in Venray, the Grenzlandcup in Posterholt, the Euromaster race in Ter Apel and the race for the Golden Helmet in Lelystad.
For the first time, the cars will be taken out of the garages for the race day in Ter Apel on April 9. This event counts for both the Dutch Championship and the NHRRG Cup. Just one day later, the next races for the NK will take place at Raceway Venray.
The races on April 23 and May 14 will be held at Posterholt, before returning to Ter Apel on May 18. On May 29 and June 25, the Hotrods will start again at Raceway Venray, with the June race day being the first highlight of the season: That’s when the race for the Supercup will be held.
Further races will follow on July 9 at Ter Apel and on July 16 the Hotrods will head to Lelystad for the first time in the 2023 season for the Golden Helmet qualifier.
On July 29 and 30, the series will once again make a guest appearance in Posterholt for the second highlight of the season: the Grenzland Cup, which will be held on July 29.
After a short summer break, the series will continue in Posterholt on August 27 before traveling to Ter Apel for the races on September 2 and 3. The Euromaster race will be held there on September 2. The final highlight will then be hosted by the race track in Lelystad on September 17, where the race for the Golden Helmet will be held.
The season will end with the two race days on October 28 and 29 at Venray Raceway. This is where the overall winners of the 2023 season in both the Dutch Championship and the NHRRG Cup will be crowned.