Colorado National Speedway 2018 Year in Review

Another season is in the books at NASCAR’s premier facility Colorado National Speedway and it will be remembered as one of the most exciting in recent memory. Adding to the stellar weekly program were special events such as the King of the Wing Sprint Cars that had a special two-day show July 6th and 7th. Salt Lake City’s Kyle Bergener and Eric Humphries from California won the feature events which also catapulted Humphries to the CNS series crown. The NASCAR…

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2018 Awards Banquet

The 2018 Colorado National Speedway Banquet will be held at the Lamar Street Center on Saturday November 3rd. Please come and celebrate 53 years of racing tradition with us and cheer on this years award winners. When: Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 Where: The Lamar Street Center 5889 Lamar Street Arvada, Colorado 80003 Time: 6:00pm – 12:00am Dress: Jeans to Tuxedo – come dressed to impress! Tickets: Cost is $58.00 per person, and space is limited. Age: Minimum age is 5…

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Formal Apology Regarding SLM #12 Non-Disqualification

Jim Nordhougen of Colorado National Speedway would like to formally apologize for interfering in a decision that the Tech Department was in process of determining concerning the #12 Super Late Model during the 09-22-2018 preliminary feature event. At that time, there was discussion with the Tech Officials concerning possible illegal parts on the vehicle. The driver of the #12 Super Late Model made a case to track ownership that seemed reasonable at that time therefore no disqualification was made. However,…

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Super Stock Points Correction

On August 25th Super Stock #32L finished 14th in the feature event and those points were inadvertently awarded to the #32 Super Stock which affected the final points standings. The error was caught in a year-end points audit by NASCAR. Therefore the #32 of Cody Milan will finish 4th in points with 294. 2nd place in points now is awarded to #60 Jonathan Lindberg and 3rd place to #99s Sam Messerli.

Brett Yackey Stuns in Challenge Cup XLIV Win

(10-06-2018 Dacono CO) On a brisk October Night that featured the fan-favorite trick-or-treat session with the drivers prior to the race Brett Yackey silenced all critics by picking off an all-star field of Super Late Model drivers to win the prestigious 100 lap Challenge Cup at Colorado National Speedway. READ MORE

Yackey, Ray, McKeachie and Mander Champs at CNS

(09-29-2018 Dacono CO) The Sunbelt Rentals Championship night featured double main events for every division and not a single championship had been determined entering the night. Brett Yackey would finish up his rock solid season by taking home the Galitz Transportation Late Model title his second in 3 years. The other champions who were crowned were Kyle Ray in the SUNOCO Grand American Modifieds, Justin McKeachie in the Chick-Fil-A Figure 8s and Tyler Mander in the Lincoln Tech Pure Stocks….

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Super Late Model Driver Meeting Oct 3 2018

On Wednesday October 3rd 7PM at the CNS main office there will be a meeting for Super Late Model drivers who finished in the top 6 in points in 2018. This meeting is for drivers only, no owners or crew members allowed. The purpose of this meeting will be to review the 2018 season and get feedback for upcoming Rules Committee meetings in the off-season. We are hoping to get feedback while everything is still fresh in our minds and…

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Super Stocks added to Challenge Cup

On the October 6th Challenge Cup the Mod Coupes have been removed from the schedule and the Super Stocks have been added to race in honor of Darrel Smith longtime driver who passed away late this summer. The track is expecting a large turnout of Super Stocks to have one final race and sendoff for one of the true legends of the Speedway. The Super Stock portion of the event will be in Darrell’s honor. We are looking forward to…

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Super Stocks 60 and 3.2

Both Super Stocks #3.2 and #60 have been disqualified from the first Super Stock feature event on September 22nd. The offenses are as follows: Rough driving on the track resulting in accident and verbally assaulting a NASCAR official by crew members in the pits. These are both direct violations of the CNS rules.

Robertson Repeats as champ in the Mountain States Fire Protection Super Late Models

(09-22-2018 Dacono CO) The Mountain States Fire Protection Championship night at CNS proved to be one of the most dramatic night’s of racing in recent memory. The Super Late Models had no less than four drivers in contention for the championship in the final race and the Super Stocks heated to a boil as tempers flared and drivers had to be restrained on track. Adam Deines won the Mod Coupe feature along with his first championship in that division while…

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