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Dodge has been the exclusive partner of the Bondurant school in Arizona since 2015, providing it with a host of powerful Dodge SRT vehicles for its performance driving courses.

In recent years, Bondurant added a course specifically for drag racing, utilizing the incredible new production machines designed for the drag strip- such as the Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320 and the Challenger SRT Demon- at nearby Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park.

In 2018, Dodge and Bondurant teamed up to offer new owners of SRT vehicles with the unique opportunity to take a complimentary one-day course at the Bondurant school (buyers can upgrade to a full two-day course at additional cost). This includes its new drag racing program, which affords owners of these mighty muscle cars the opportunity to learn the in’s and out’s of a vehicle just like their own, on a closed course and with expert instruction.

Students can also earn their SCCA road racing license and a coveted NHRA 9- second drag racing license for a $500 instruction fee.

Driving Dodge's 840 HP SRT Demon At Bondurant's Drag Racing School (dragzine.com)

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The Bondurant Racing School went bankrupt. The new owners have renamed it the Radford Racing School, and they still partner with Dodge.
 

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Man I want to go so bad, but finding the time and getting all the way out there is a challenge.
 

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I'm kicking myself for not going to the SRT road race school when it was here in Joliet for like $500 bucks. I grew up with drag strips around, but always wanted to learn a bit about road racing.

I did correspond with Dodge about one of the road race courses, and they would not guarantee me that I could drive a Challenger for the class, so I didn't do it.
 
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