The Intermountain Pro Trucks return to action for the first and only Monday race on the 2011 schedule. This Monday marks Memorial Day and the Pro Trucks are honored to be a part of the festivities at Rocky Mountain Raceways. A season record eighteen trucks are scheduled to make the trip coming from as far away as Parma Idaho. Continue reading
Lucas Oil Modifieds head for Utah and a Rocky Moun...
The Lucas Oil Modified Series presented by LoanMart makes its second appearance at Rocky Mountain Raceways this weekend and that means there’ll be a race within a race. The main event is Saturday’s (July 26) BILSTEIN Shocks Great Salt Lake 75 presented by Optima Batteries, the sixth of 10 events on the series schedule. The subplot is a modern twist on a Western movie, with the local racers defending their community from an attack by marauding forces. Continue readingRead more
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Minimum age reset for NHRA Summit Racing Jr. Drag ...
NHRA.com, Saturday, May 31. June 15, the minimum age for kids eligible to participate in the NHRA Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League will be 5 years old. The announcement was made at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park, the birthplace of the NHRA Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League. Read more at NHRA.com.Read more
Rocky Mountain Raceways’ Birthday Bash to Be...
Join Rocky Mountain Raceways for its 18th Birthday Bash on Saturday, June 28. Receive free spectator admission with five cans of food for Utah Food Bank. AARP Utah is proud to fuel and support. Utah Food Bank in its race to end hunger. In celebration of its 18th birthday, Rocky Mountain Raceways is offering free spectator… Continue readingRead more
Local Utah racer, Jaren Mott, recently licensed to race the “Peacekeeper” Jet-powered Half Track. Mott will be racing the jet-powered half track at Rocky Mountain Raceways’ Jet Car Spring Nationals on Saturday, May 28. Continue reading
Cody “Flash” Perkins and 801 Racing Do Utah Proud
“Flash,” the only Utahn racing national events in his class, wins the O’Reilly NHRA Summer Nationals at Topeka’s own Heartland Park.
When 801 Racing decided to sponsor up-and-coming racer Cody “Flash” Perkins, it was a match made in local racing heaven. Continue reading