If you have any Mopar product and you want to go racing with a group of the quickest and fastest Mopars on Earth, you only have a few more days to buy tickets to register for the Legion of Demons in January. What started in 2019 as an event specifically for 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon owners has grown to include all Mopar vehicles, leading to the website name FastestMoparsOnEarth.com. Their next event is named Legend Six and it is being held at Texas Motorplex on January 12-14, 2024, with ticket sales closing on January 1st.
Legion Racing events aren’t open to the public, so they cater 100% to the racer, from providing the best prep and input from other racers on how to run your personal best to catering at the track, which frees up everyone’s time to focus on racing. Ultimately, the goal of event organizer Byron Godbee is for every racer to run their personal best – and possibly some world records. In past years, owners of multiple different Mopar vehicles (not just Demons) have set world records and scores of racers have set their personal best, including an array of Dodge Challenger SRT Demon world records.
For the 2024 event at Texas Motorplex, we are likely to see great air and great track prep lead to new world records, possibly including some big numbers from 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170 owners during the course of the three-day event. At the time that this piece goes live, there are 16 Demon 170 owners registered for the event, so it will be the first group of 1,025-horsepower muscle cars at the track in addition to being the largest meeting of 2018 Demon owners every year.
In addition to the 2018 Demons and 2023 Demon 170s, the field will include examples of various Dodge Hellcat models, various Redeye models, various Scat Pack models, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, the Ram 1500 TRX, the Dodge Challenger Drag Pak, the SRT Super Stock and even the Dodge Viper. There will be a new 2023 Chrysler 300C in the field, driven by Byron Godbee’s son, Cole, and the field is also open to any classic Mopars racers who want to get in on the action.
In an effort to provide the best experience for the racers, Godbee and his Legion cap the number of entries, leading to plenty of track time for everyone. The smaller group and no spectators also creates a friendly environment that makes it easier to meet and learn from the other racers, and there are a ton of highly experienced racers coming to this year’s event who will be able to provide insight for new racers. Also, with 24 hours of track time over the course of three days, racers can make a ton of runs, with some people making 75-80 runs during the event. The only downside is that the event does sell out, but right now, with four days left until sales close, there are still limited spots available for racers.
If you want to go racing with your Mopar in a friendly, pressure-free environment that puts personal bests ahead of round wins, this the event for you. Click here for more information on buying tickets for this event.