Hot Rodders of Tomorrow

Students… Start your engines!

Hot Rodders of Tomorrow is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Team Activity for
your High School CTE Class. Teams of 5 High School Students disassemble and reassemble a Small
Block Chevy 350 Engine. The event is timed and judged with time penalty applied for mistakes. Any
team that qualifies with a time of 33 minutes or faster with time penalties added will be qualified for
the 2018 Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Dual Championship at the 2018 SEMA Show (Las Vegas, NV) or
2017 PRI Show (Indianapolis, IN). Hot Rodders of Tomorrow has awarded over $20 million in
scholarship opportunities thanks to our college partners like OTC.

To sign-up go to

There will be 2 days of competitions:
1. Saturday, March 17, 2018 (High School Students)
2. Sunday, March 18, 2018 (High School Students)








Junior Hot Rodders of Tomorrow






The contest is very simple, a team comprised of 2 individuals; one team member must be 5-18 years of age. Together they must completely disassemble/reassemble a complete single cylinder OHV engine, utilizing only basic hand tools. Some of the goals of the premise behind this contest are to help individuals develop great agility, communication skills and self esteem. The contest also has a goal of helping youngster’s develop great problem solving skills and an understanding of an internal combustion engine. Teams will be judged on overall performance and accuracy with attention to detail during the overall process as engines must be run ready at the completion of the assembly phase.