The 2020 Colorado National Speedway schedule has been announced. While the schedule is still tentative it features three practice dates in March and the racing starts in April with four events. May has three regular events and three special events featuring the North American Big Rigs and a two day Memorial Day race with fireworks on the 23rd and 24th.
June starts with the ARCA 150 formerly the NASCAR K&N Series West show. June will also have the annual Father’s Day Monster Truck race as well as an Independence Day race on the 27th.
The King of the Wing Sprint Cars return on July 3rd and 4th with fireworks both nights.
August is highlighted by the first ever appearance of the Spears Southwest Tour Super Late Model race on the 15th.
Championship night’s start in September and this year Challenge Cup XLVI is a points race that ends the season for the Super Late Models on the 26th.
The last points race of the season is October 3rd and will feature the Super Stocks, Pure Stocks, Legends, DemoX, Trains and drift cars. This final night will also be the trick-or-treat night with the drivers in the infield prior to the racing.
Last but not least the Battle of the Fender IV enduro race is scheduled for November 14th.
Another item of note is the addition of several “Special” feature events for almost every division sprinkled throughout the season. These added special events will be a great way to get a jump on your competitor.
The complete schedule can be viewed here.