Super Late Model RPM Max Change for Sealed Motors

There has been a minor adjustment to the RPM MAX amount for the Super Late Model division for S.E.A.L Engines. 7,600 is the new MAX RPM. READ MORE

602 Crate Motor Rule For the Mod Coupe Division

Due to the fact that many drivers and teams are already in preparation for the 2018 season we want to announce that the Mod Coupe division will in fact be moving to an exclusive 602 Crate Motor rule in 2018 and beyond. We will also be standardizing several other aspects of the rules for the Mod Coupes as we transition this division into a more affordable, fun, yet still very fast and competitive division. Please stay tuned for further announcements…

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07-24-2017 Mod Coupe Meeting Results

On Monday July 24th there was a very productive meeting with the Mod Coupe drivers, owners, and teams. The turnout for the meeting was outstanding. The CNS management received very positive feedback and will be adopting much of what the teams wanted to see moving forward in the division. At this point we will be adopting the 2015 CARC rules with some modifications. Please keep your eyes on the Mod Coupe rules posted on the CNS website which will be…

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Mod Coupe Meeting Monday July 24th

There will be a meeting for the Mod Coupe division on Monday July 24th 2017. The meeting will be held in the CNS beer garden and will begin at 6:30PM. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the rules and direction of the Mod Coupe division. The meeting will be facilitated off a pre-arranged agenda therefore please submit all ideas, feedback, and any other topics you wish to be discussed prior to the meeting to brian@coloradospeedway.com. Getting your ideas…

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The 2017 CNS Rules Committee

The members of the Colorado National Speedway Rules Committee for 2017 are as follows:

  • Roger Avants
  • Jerry Robertson
  • Bruce Yackey
  • Jared Wall
  • Jeff Walbaum
  • Jim Egli
  • Greg Witherwax (NASCAR Official)
  • John Witthar (Advisor only)
  • Rick Duckworth (Secretary)
  • Mark Rush (Head Tech Official)
  • Jim Nordhougen (Track Owner)

Mission Statement: To provide our Competitors and Participants with a safe, exciting, and enjoyable experience during all racing events at Colorado National Speedway (“CNS”) by keeping the racing safe, competitive, and economical in a fair environment for all Competitors and Participants in all divisions, through the use of a committee decision making process. The Rules Committee has been formed to allow car owners and racers an avenue to discuss and submit ideas or seek clarification pertaining to any and all written rules. The Committee will decide by a majority vote whether a new rule or change to an existing rule should be considered. If considered, the item will be discussed by the Committee, evaluated on its overall financial impact on both competitors and the division as a whole, then voted on and passed or not passed according to the majority rule. Each Member shall have one vote. The Committee shall consist of several Members who must be either CNS Drivers (registered and active), Crew, or Team Owners; appointed based on racing experience and knowledge of the sport. The Track Owner, the Head Tech Official, and other individuals may be included as appropriate.

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Formal Appeal Form & Process

To formally appeal a decision made by a NASCAR official or by the tech department of Colorado National Speedway please download and read the Appeal Form that is posted along with the rules documents on the CNS website located here.

Please read the form carefully so that you are aware of the formal appeal process and how to submit your appeal.

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Pro Trucks and Spring Loaders

The CNS Rules Committee has discussed the use of Spring Loaders in the Pro Truck division and have determined that Spring Loaders will be outlawed at the end of the 2017 season. Any Pro Trucks that are currently using Spring Loaders can continue to use them for the remainder of the 2017 season but will not be able to use them in 2018 and beyond.

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Super Stock Rules on Sheet Metal Thickness & Gutting

The CNS Rules Committee have been discussing the following two rules for the Super Stock division. 1-5  No lightening of the body components, hood, trunk, doors, inner panels, fenders, and roof, except clearance for roll bars on front doors. Aftermarket fiberglass or plastic nose & tail sections are optional. Modifications to hood and trunk lid to fit aftermarket nose and tail pieces without removing any inner structure beyond area being modified. 1-12  Doors, Fenders, Floor pans, and Quarter panels may…

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Rules Committee Decisions on Super Stock Penalties

After a formal appeal and review the CNS rules committee has overturned the penalties on the Super Stock cars #60, and #99s for the July 2nd event.  There will be a upcoming rules clarification regarding sheet metal thickness that will address this issue. The penalty for the #49 Super Stock will not be overturned as it was determined the car displayed excessive gutting of the vehicle.

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Number 49 Super Stock Formally Appeals Penalty

Super Stock car #49 has formally appealed the penalty the team received during the Sunday July 2nd event at Colorado National Speedway. The CNS rules committee is evaluating the appeal and will be announcing a decision soon.

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