JTHS Engine Team Place 10th in Hot Rodders National Championship
November 7, 2016 08:45 AM
The Joliet Township High School Engine Team traveled to Las Vegas and placed 10th in the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge, a nationwide high school and college engine building competition in which the team with the fastest time including penalty-minutes wins.
The event was held at the SEMA Show, the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world, in Las Vegas on November 1.
“We are very proud of our JTHS Engine Team who placed 10th in the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow National Championship,” said Dede Woodard, JTHS Curriculum Director of Career and Technical Education.
Photo Identification Left to Right: Jimmy Miller, Tony Tokarczyk, coach John Barber, Ulises Carreno, Coach Justin Moscato, Jeff Law, Martin Chavez Lopez