Dodge Will Raise Hell At Events For 93 Days This Summer

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And good news, you're invited too.

Dodge is running out the last days of the gas engine (and gas-powered Challenger) in style. This summer, Dodge will set course along America's highway 93, stringing together a number of events for owners and fans of the brand across America. The campaign will run from June 22- September 22 (exactly 93 days) and makes up a number of car-centric events scattered across the country. It'll also feature a host of Dodge models from the Dodge Challenger, to the Charger, to the Durango.

Dodge says it's "charting a course along HWY 93," but in reality, you'll be able to find these events just about anywhere. You can check a rough map of all the event locations below. The vast majority will, of course, be held at drag strips across the country.

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The rest of Dodge's release on the new marketing campaign is, predictably, filled with marketing things. Instead, we think it'd be a better use of this page to tell you what kind of events you can go to. As an aside, Dodge will be taking content the brand is tagged in and using it in its next ad campaign "The Brotherhood Of Muscle." Corny, sure, but there'll be plenty of neat stuff for gearheads to do as a result.

As we said, this will include tons of motorsport events. Every blue dot you see on that map above is a drag race event that Dodge has some hand in planning, sponsoring, or hosting. That includes Roadkill Nights, which will be where the brand's plug-in SUV is revealed. Roadkill Nights will also be the return of legal street racing on Michigan's Woodward Avenue. You'll be able to race your ride legally on the street against your rivals.

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Extra events include drag races both for you to run or for you to watch, including official NHRA events. Dodge sponsors tons of these, and they're super exciting to go experience. It's one of the most simple forms of motorsport out there, but the entertainment factor of watching "big muscle car go fast" is undeniably high.

And yes, if you get at Dodge on social media there might be a quick feature or shoutout in it for you, especially if you're at Roadkill Nights. Still, if you don't have a healthy handful of Instagram followers, it's probably best to just sit back and enjoy 93 days of burnouts this summer.

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