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The World Drag Racing Alliance (WDRA) announced the creation of the Sportsman Drag Racing Series for bracket racers competing at WDRA member tracks in 2023. 
WDRA member tracks will contest the Sportsman Drag Racing Series during local points races in 2023, and each member track will crown champions in eligible classes. Qualified winners will then advance to the Sportsman Drag Racing Series World Championships in October, where they will compete for their share of a $200,000 in payout money plus bonus prizes. 
Under the Sportsman Drag Racing Series umbrella, WDRA will also operate the WDRA Bracket Finals events at the end of the 2023 season. WDRA members will have the opportunity to qualify for the Sportsman Drag Racing Series Championships through these events. 
Participants that plan to compete at a WDRA member track can register for the Sportsman Drag Racing Series on January 1. Series organizers plan to release more details on racewdra.com in the coming weeks. 
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