TCC South Campus Hosts Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge

Hot Rodders of Tomorrow championship qualifying event at TCC South Campus.

FORT WORTH, Texas (March 23, 2017)



Tarrant County College South Campus will host the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge, at which automotive technology students from Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma high schools will race to tear down and rebuild an engine in a timed and judged competition. Four teams are competing for scholarships that can be used to pursue automotive degrees.


The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge started in 2008 with five high school teams at one event in St. Charles, Illinois. Since then, it has expanded to include 110 teams, 770 students and 10 qualifying events around the country.



Saturday, March 25

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.



TCC South Campus

Automotive Building

5301 Campus Drive

Fort Worth, Texas 76119


James Martin




Media are encouraged to call 817-515-1542 if planning to cover the event.