The Speedway will move the events scheduled for September 12, 2009 to Saturday September 26, 2009. The Challenge Cup part II scheduled for Saturday September 19 will take place as scheduled. The change in schedule will force the cancelation of the “Outlaw Cup” that had been originally scheduled for the 26th of September, but at this time the practice session and car show scheduled for Friday September 25 will take place as schedule.
Sunday night concluded the Pepsi Labor Day weekend Shoot Out at Colorado National Speedway. Clear skies ushered in an unforgettable night of racing. The Legends brought 4 different divisions to race in 2 separate features. The Pros and Masters matched up against each other and the Semi Pros raced along side the Young Lions (Legends drivers 16 and under). The winners of tonightís Legend features would take a spot in the Asphalt Nationals in Lanier, GA.
The Super Modifieds rounded up the evening's events, followed by the Sportsman. The Pro Trucks came out to headline the program for their second to last feature of the season. Both Mark Neff and Billy Harkins were riding on the heels of point leader Adam Deines. All we could do was wait (on the edge of our seats) to see what would happen.
The 2009 season at Colorado National Speedway is winding down to a close. Only 4 nights of racing remain, making these last few bouts crucial to the point leaders in every division. After missing more than 20% of this year’s main events thanks to weather related cancellations, every driver at Colorado National Speedway is eager to make each and every one of these last few races count. The situation couldn’t be better for action-hungry NASCAR race fans. As the season nears closer to its end, the competition becomes more unpredictable at every turn around the oval.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2009
THE WILDLIFE EXPERIENCE
10035 SOUTH PEORIA STREET
PARKER, COLORADO 80134
COCKTAILS 5:30 – 6:30 P.M. ATRIUM & MEZZANINE LEVEL
DINNER - 6:30 – 7:30 P.M. GRAND HALL
AWARDS CEREMONY - 7:30 – 8:30
MUSIC & DANCING TILL MIDNIGHT
$55.00 PER PERSON - EVENT INCLUDES FULL ACCESS TO THE BLUE JEANS TO TUX & TAILS WILDLIFE EXPERIENCE MUSEUM AND EXHIBITS
Tickets are required for the entire evenings events and must be purchased in advance. For additional information and credit card reservations please call Colorado National Speedway at (303) 828-0116.
Please RSVP no later than October 1, 2009 as seating is limited.
CNS has negotiated a discounted rate with a local hotel for any of our guests that would like to stay:
Courtyard by Marriot Denver South/Park Meadows 8320 South Valley Highway, Englewood, CO 80112 - (720) 895-0300 – Tell them you are a guest of the Colorado National Speedway Awards Banquet at The Wildlife Experience. $69.00/Night (King or Dbl/Dbl), Late Check-out of 1:00 p.m., 50% off voucher at check-in for the Breakfast Buffet. Free shuttle to and from the hotel and The Wildlife Experience from 5:30 p.m. – midnight
It was retro night at Colorado National Speedway on August 29th. The vintage cars were on display at the front gates, the mod coupes raced wingless, and mother nature tagged along as always to give us a little sprinkle before the main events. Thousands of fans packed the grandstands (umbrellas ready), pumped to see the Sportsman headline the evening’s main events.
Currently leading the Comfort Shack Sportsman is Jim Bob Rogers with 292 points, followed by Tommy Roe at 284 and Jeffrey Walbaum with 279 points. Not far behind are Blacky Blackard with 249 points and Jeff Webb at 236. The talented Nick Brinlee and rookie Doug Jensen are riding close behind.
The much anticipated, 30 lap, Sportsman A Main kicked off with a bang as #99 Nicholas Brinlee and #98 Lee Kemmit sped away for 1st and 2nd respectively, leading the massive field of 25 cars. #62 Jim Bob Rogers raced up past Kemmit with ease as #46 Blackie Blackard, who started in 8th place joined the fray. Contact in turn 4 drove Frankie Estes into the wall and the ensuing yellow lined Brinlee and Jim Bob up. When the race resumed, Jim Bob and Blackie, passed Brinlee. Soon, Blackie rode along the outside of Jim Bob, but Blackie got loose and Jim Bob sped off. The tides turned for Blackie as a yellow flag closed the distance between him and Jim Bob Rogers. It only took 5 laps for Blackie to steal the lead from Jim Bob. Good ol’ Jim Bob wouldn’t give up though, sticking with him and nearly passing him along the front stretch at the very last lap. But it was Blackie Blackard (the guy who just two weeks ago, said that damage to his car could take him out of the 2009 season altogether) who passed the checkered first, winning by a nose!
- Ed Vecchiarelli Jr. sweeps the Rocky's Autos Late Model Ride 911 Memorial Race
- Two HUGE events at CNS wind down August 2009
- Paulie Harraka Takes His First Win at the NASCAR Toyota/Napa Camping World Series West
- Camping World West at Colorado National Speedway
- It's Déjà vu for the Whelen NASCAR Knock-Out as Hults and Robertson Each Take Home Another Win.
- Robertson and Hults Win the Performance Wheel & Tire and USG Asphalt Assault
- Cris Muhler Pulls Out Another Win at the Coors Light Late Model Twin 40s
- CNS Rainout Policy
- Rocky's Auto Car Show!
- The Moose Wins the Camping World Summer Shoot-Out
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