The 2013 Oval Rulebook has been released.
Go to 2013 OVAL RULEBOOK to check it out!
*All the NEW/CHANGED rules are in BOLD
For the 2013 Oval season, we really looked hard into changing our nightly schedule. In the past, spectator gates opened at 4pm, with the heat races starting at 6pm. How our nightly schedule was run, in those first two hours that spectators were on property, they only had action available for 30 minutes at the… Continue readingRead more
HORSEPOWER HEAVEN AT ROCKY MOUNTAIN RACEWAYS Two Tracks | One NightRead more
General Regulations on Cameras 2013 NHRA Rule Book Section 20, Page 38, 9:15 Please contact Ron Craft, Drag Strip Manager, with questions: (801) 252-9557 x106 or email@example.com Images from any camera permitted under this section are permitted to be used for competition/analytical purposes only. One camera permitted unless NHRA permission is granted for additional cameras. May… Continue readingRead more
The Supercross Warm up race! Autograph signings from the BTO Sports Team and TiLube Yamaha Team! Our track was recently given a complete redesign! Adults $10, Youth (5-12) $5. Mechanics are $12 – must be 18 years of age Practice begins at 6 pm, Racing begins approximately at 7:15 pm. There will be no admittance… Continue readingRead more
SCOTTY RICHARDSON DRAG RACING SCHOOL-August 22, 2013
The on-track driving school consist of classroom time that we explain from the basics to the reason why some racers win more the others!
We go over practicing the right way, helping you make your car consistent, help you focus, get more confidence, cut better light, help you read a time slip the right way, and help you to become a better finish line driver in a class room atmosphere.
Then we put everything that we go over in the classroom on the track in racing conditions!
For additional information contact Ron Craft, RMR Drag Strip Manager at (801) 252-9557 ext 106 or Dragmgrrmr@aol.com
Announcing a new website PavementSprints.com
ANDERSON, IN - Announcing a new website that exclusively covers pavement sprint car racing named PavementSprints.com.
Dave Sink and Kyle Larson have created this site of out need and demand for pavement sprint car coverage. The site will provide fans with all inclusive information of recent news, results, photos and history in pavement sprint car racing. The site will also have driver features, live race updates, videos and guest contributors. The historic Little 500 will be extensively covered during the month of May.
Dave Sink is a veteran sprint car photographer with travels to all pavement sprint car regions including the Midwest, Florida and Northwest.
Kyle Larson has 15 years of motorsports experience with the American Speed Association (ASA), Champion Racing Association (CRA) and Anderson Speedway/Little 500.
This site has Facebook and Twitter accounts to keep the fans up to date on the latest information.