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Among the talent at Colorado National Speedway, Adam Deines, Blackie Blackard, Chris Leaf and Happy Ferree all brought their A Game for the first night of the Independence Day marathon. But Jim Bob Rogers and Cris Muhler just couldn't be taken down.
#62 Jim Bob Rogers started the 30 lap Sportsman A Main on the pole. #99 Nick Brinlee had the outside of row 1. In row 2 #39 Scott Estes had the inside with #38 Frankie Estes on his outside. At lap 10 our point leader #64 Blackie Blackard had taken 2nd place behind Jim Bob, #6 Tommy Roe had 3rd. Try as Blackie might, Jim Bob had a solid hold on his lead and rode it the remaining 20 laps to victory. Blackard took 2nd followed by Roe and #8 Jeff Walbaum.
Saturday and Sunday, July 3rd & 4th - Independence Day Marathon & FIREWORKS
Gates open at 3PM, Races start at 6PM
Clear your schedule this Saturday July 3rd and Sunday July 4th and prepare yourself for a massive TWO NIGHT Independence Day celebration complete with fireworks, burgers, brats, cold drinks, good people and of course our NASCAR Midseason Championship! You can't see a show like this anywhere else and we're bringing it to you TWICE! Saturday night we're bringing out the Pair-A-Dice Sportsman, Snap-On Tools Pro Trucks, RMLRA Legends, ERA Super Modified, CARC Modified Coupes and those ridiculous school buses! The action doesn't stop there because we're gonna do it all over the very next night! We're sparing no expense, bringing out the big bad boys in the Speedy's Autos Late Models for a 100 lap Main event. We're also rolling out the Grand American Modified, our massive field of Sheds-R-Us Super Stocks and fan favorite Two Doors Down Figure 8s. The glorious smell of burnt rubber, gasoline and fireworks awaits you for our Independence Day marathon.
The summer is finally upon us. You've Gotta Be Here!
The May Trucking Late Model 100 is in the record books. Chris Eggleston, Darren Crocker and Bruce Yackey all brought their A-Game, but an outside pass over Chris Eggleston ushered Ronnie Hults to his 2nd consecutive Late Model win, securing his point lead for another week.
With a name that long, it's gotta be good!
Spend Memorial Day Weekend with us, this Saturday, May 29th! Gates open at 3PM, races start at 6PM!
Be ready, because we're gonna finish the month of May out with a bang.
Dodging talented drivers, lapped cars and fireballs (no joke) Bruce Borchardt, Blackie Blackard and Jim Bob Rogers made the 40 lap Sportsman A Main an event to remember. A hair-raising last lap pass over Blackie Blackard lead Borchardt to victory.
If you've been dying for some hardcore, lightning fast, NASCAR racing action you'll be happy to know that this Saturday's show (May 22nd) just got a little more interesting.
The drivers are pumped and rarin' to go as it is, but Pair-A-Dice Interior Finishes has just upped the ante by adding an additional $500 to the pot for the winner of the Pair-A-Dice Sportsman A Main! Thats $1,200 to the driver who has what it takes to best our massive field of Sportsman talent this Saturday night! Nothing motivates a driver like a hefty prize waiting at the finish line so expect some of the most INTENSE driving of the season yet!
And that's not ALL....
The Snap-On Tools Pro Trucks, Legends, Modified Coupes and the Whittar CRAAAAZY Trains will also be pounding the pavement late into the evening. Last but not least, Weather.com says this Saturday, May 22nd, is going to be the nicest day of the year so far with temperatures in the high 80s and clear, sunny skies.
It's going to be the first gorgeous evening of the summer season at our family friendly, NASCAR racing facility. You gotta be here.
Chris Eggleston means business here at CNS, leading the pack no matter what division he chooses to race in. Tonight the Late Models made their debut and the big question on most minds was "Can Bruce "the moose" Yackey maintain his title for another year against NASCAR up-and-comer Chris Eggleston?"
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