JD Dixon Announces His Retirement
“I'm Going Fishing”
Dacono Colorado (January 6, 2012) – JD Dixon has informed Colorado National Speedway officials that he is retiring from the position of “Head of Technical Inspections” at the Speedway. “JD” has been the head of tech for many years. The Colorado National Speedway “Hall of Famer” has the Tech building named after him upon his induction to the CNS Hall of Fame. When asked how he was going to spend his time in retirement JD replied “I’m going fishing.” Colorado National Speedway, management, staff, competitors and fans wish JD long and enjoyable retirement.
A complete copy of the 2012 rule book will be available on the CNS website sometime before the Colorado Oval Track Trade Show and Swap Meet Jan 28, 2012.
Drivers Start Your Engines!
CNS Celebrates 2011 Season
RSVP by November 11, 2011
Private Tables by November 4, 2011
Dacono, Colorado (November 3, 2011) – The Colorado National Speedway 2011 Awards Banquet is fast approaching. The celebration of the 2011 NASCAR Whelen All American Racing season will take place at the Sports Authority Field at Mile High in the United Club on November 19, 2011.
As we prepare for the “Blue Jeans to Tux and Tails” Celebration deadlines are rapidly approaching for tickets for the festive event. Tickets are require for the entire evenings events and must be purchased in advance.
Directions to the event have been added below.
2011 Season Recap
Walbaum, Neff, Ray, Fields, Robertson, win final races of the 2011 season at CNS
#8 Jeff Walbaum battles #6 Tommy Roe in route to winning the 50 lap main event at CNS 10-22-2011 (Starr photo)
(Dacono, CO 10-22-2011) On a night that crowned the remaining champions for the 2011 season, not only did the racers put on a great show for the CNS fans but a lot of money was raised to support the fight against breast cancer. Lee Kemmit in the Sportsmans, Roger Avants in the Pro Trucks, Kyle Clegg in the Legends, Mark Sopr in the Grand American Modifieds, and Gary Land in the Mod Coupes all lifted their championship trophies high as the 2011 racing season at CNS came to a close.
Muhler holds off Smith for the win but Savage secures the points championship.
#95m Cris Muhler maintains only a small lead over #31 Rick Smith on route to a main event win.
(Dacono, CO - 10-15-2011) On one of the most entertaining race nights of the season at Colorado National Speedway #95m Cris Muhler battled side by side with #31 Rick Smith to take the Purifoy Chevrolet Championship Night I. However it was #74 Dan Savage that earned enough points to secure the 2011 CNS track championship in the Gillet Vet Late Model division.
Savage and Kemmit extend their point leads
Lee Kemmit battles Jeff Walbaum on FALLFEST Night 1 at CNS (Starr photo)
(Dacono, CO - 10-01-2011) Sportsman points leader Lee Kemmit proved once again he is the car to beat in 2011 winning yet another main event. And while Rick Smith won the late model feature, point leader Dan Savage gained valuable ground on second place Bruce Yackey.
- CNS Late Model Points Chase Tightens Up
- Late Model aces Rick Smith, Darren Bucklen, and Chris Eggleston thrill the CNS fans.
- New faces in victory circle excite the crowd during Rocky's Autos night at CNS
- Challenge Cup XXXVII goes to Eggleston in a dominating performance
- Chris Eggleston sweeps Ride 9-11 night at CNS
- Rick Smith wins Whelen Night at CNS from the pole position
- Challenge Cup XXXVII Driver Roster
- Roger Avants holds off Dan Savage winning Chick-Fil-A Night at CNS
- K&N West Series rookie Kwasniewski leads every lap to take the Toyota/NAPA 150
- Rick Smith holds off Ronnie Hults for his first win of the year at CNS
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