Rocky Mountain Raceways is now hiring for our part-time seasonal help.
The 2015 season runs from April 10 – October 3. Most shifts are on Friday and Saturday, although there are some occassional positions during the week. Pay varies per position and will need to be discussed with the department manager.
If you are interested, you can pick up an application in the Main Office Monday – Friday, 9 am-5 pm or download it here: APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT.

Available Positions:


  • Cash Auditor
    • This person needs to love numbers and be very energetic.
    • Please send application/resume to Cathy at
  • Hospitality/Beer Supervisor
    • This position will be supervising the Beer servers and locations as well as maintaining the Hospitality areas and making sure they are ready to host parties.
    • Must be able to lift up to 75 lbs.
    • Please send application/resume to Doug at
  • Concessions
    • Needed: Cashiers, Prep Workers, Fry/Grill Cooks
    • Please send application/resume to Doug at
  • Event Staff 
    • Provides the primary level of guest assistance for the facility.
    • Provides access control, crowd management and ensure the venue is safe for guests.
    • Act upon all comments/complaints in a prompt and friendly manner.
    • Qualifications: 18 years of age or older, Friendly and personable, Excellent customer service skills, must work well with others, must be available nights and weekends.
    • Please send application/resume to Scott at
  • Assistant Motocross Manager
    • Will help the MX Track Manager with setup needs during the week as well as helping run the events on event days/nights.
    • Clean, fuel and grease all equipment weekly
    • Repair/Maintain sprinklers
    • Clean up garbage and weeds
    • Prep and Water track
    • Requirements: Must be able to lift 75 lbs, must be able to stand for long periods of time and be able to work in dusty/wet conditions. Friendly/Personable and must work well with others.
    • Please send application/resume to Curt at
  • Motocross Flagger
    • Employees will Waive the flags for on track cautions to inform other riders of the hazard. You will be there for rider support and keep eyes on them for fair game practices.
    • Watering the track
    • Requirements: Must be able to lift up to 75 lbs, needs to be able to be on your feet for extended periods of time, Good Customer Service, be able to deal with high stress situations, need to be comfortable being in front of people.
    • Please send application/resume to Curt at
  • Ticket Sellers
    • Responsible for taking payment for ticket sales the day of the event. Also responsible for getting participant waivers signed, handing out participant race information and parking passes.
    • Requirements: Excellent Customer Service is a must. Must be able to work well with others. Previous cashier experience preferred but not required.
    • Please send application/resume to Zeidy at

***Check back often. This list will be updated as positions open.***


2015 Schedules Posted

Below are the links for the 2015 Schedules for the America First Credit Union Super Oval, The Young Kia Drag Strip and the Rocky Mountain Raceways Motocross Park.

PLEASE NOTE: All Schedules are Tentative and Subject to Change. 

Oval – 2015 Oval Schedule  *Updated 2/3/15  (Page 1- Main Track Schedule, Page 2 – Practice Schedule, Page 3 – Quarter Midget Schedule)

Drag Strip – 2015 Drag Strip Schedule *Updated 3/27/15

Motocross – 2015 MX Schedule *Updated 3/2/15  (Includes Mini MX Series Dates)


Rocky Mountain Raceways

SPEARS Southwest Tour Series Announces 2015 Schedule

The SPEARS Southwest Tour Series will travel to Salt Lake City, Utah for the RMCS combination show at Rocky Mountain Raceway on September 12th. Bakersfield, CA – The SPEARS Southwest Tour Series will visit seven tracks for ten races in 2015, including the inaugural Winter Showdown at Kern County Raceway Park that will pay a record $25,000 to the race winner.

“We are extremely pleased with how the 2015 schedule has come together,” stated the SRL’s Larry Collins. “We try to create a schedule that takes into account many things, such as travel expenses for the teams, well supported quality racetracks, and a sufficient amount of weekends between races.”

In addition to the inaugural Winter Showdown on February 27th and 28th, other new twists for 2015 include a combination race with the Rocky Mountain Challenge Series on September 12th at Rocky Mountain Raceways and a $7,000 to win race at the historic Stockton 99 Speedway on May 2nd.

The SPEARS Southwest Tour Series returns to the very popular summer stop at Redwood Acres Raceway on August 1st.

“There’s not a better place to race in the heat of the summer than at Redwood Acres, which is located along the coast in Eureka, California.” stated Collins. “They had a full house when we raced there in 2013, and we’re looking forward to returning in 2015.”

The Winter Showdown is the first race on the 2015 schedule but is not a championship points race for the SPEARS Southwest Tour Series.

“Our goal for the Winter Showdown is to create an event that teams from throughout the country will come to every year to be part of,” said Collins. “We hope to build the Winter Showdown to match the Snowball Derby, the Summer Showdown and other marquee short track events.”

The ten-race 2015 schedule begins with the Winter Showdown, followed by the first championship points race scheduled at Madera Speedway on March 21st. The series will visit Kern County Raceway Park on April 18th, then Stockton 99 on May 2nd. The SPEARS Southwest Tour Series will return to Irwindale Speedway on June 6th.

After a short mid-summer break, the series will make the trip to Redwood Acres Raceway on August 1st. After a second stop at Stockton on August 22nd, the series will travel to Salt Lake City, Utah for the RMCS combination show at Rocky Mountain Raceway on September 12th. On October 17th the series returns to Bakersfield’s Kern County Raceway Park, then finishes 2015 with the championship finale at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on November 21st. (more…)