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RMLRA Newsletter - 1/21/2018

posted by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated ]


Legends-Bandolero Meeting Notes

Legend drivers and Bandolero drivers met Saturday morning at two different times. A good turnout at both meetings. Two new Legend drivers on hand and we welcome Cindy Robb #72 Cindy Robb and Ryan Scott
#53 to Legend racing.

Election of vice-president with Wayne Barlock being elected to a two year term. Tim Cooper will handle the Secretary-Treasure office for the upcoming season.  Elected to the Board was Terry McBride and Ray Lewis. Ray will represent the Bandolero division. Carried over from last year are Dan Clegg and Jason Hulvey.  Paul Himler will serve as the alternate Board member.

2018 Season Legends and Bandolero’s

The racing schedule for both classes was released and can be seen on our web site. Take a look and possibly prepare to race on the short tracks. In eluded in this years schedule is a three day National qualifier. This will
be raced on Memorial Day weekend. Plan ahead.

New Fuel Rule for 2018 Legends

After discussions with several engine builders it was decided to drop the the 110 Racing Fuel to run 91 Octane Clean Fuel (no additives) premium gasoline. You will buy this gasoline at CNS from a different pump for about
$4.00 per gallon. Hwy 92, BCS and I-25 will have designated gas stations to purchase your gas from. USLCI has been using this method for the National events for many seasons. You will no longer be using the racing
fuel. Please talk to a RMLRA official if needed.

Bandolero Meeting

Bandolero drivers and car owners met and discussed many items. Car owners were reminded to get their INEX License. This is a new class and the age limit listed below is 8-16 years of age. This is a new class for 2018.

Bandits: (drivers between the age of 8 - 11)
Outlaws: (drivers between the age of (12 - 16)

I just wanted to say that it was nice to meet all of you at the meeting. Please pass the word around to those that you might know that did not make it to the meeting that we are taking numbers for the season. First come first serve is our rule right now.

Also the age limit for the drivers was voted on and 8-16 years old is going to be our group for racing. Because of the young drivers coming up from Go Karts was the reason for this. This was voted on by Bandolero
members.

Bandolero cars will be in high demand as this class is forming and getting ready to race. Several car owners expect this class of cars to possibly reach as high as twenty-five cars during the season.

Mike Leary who is the Legend and Bandolero dealer in the Denver area has orders in for three new Bandolero cars that will be built in North Carolina and ship to Colorado.

2018 Bandolero Racers please let me know of any change in numbers
1. Lilli McAfee
2. Jack Hulvey
16. Cullen Lewis
17. Cooper Lewis
23. Walker Racing
29. Ashlee Richards
74. Trayc Walker Scott
78. Brody Moore

RMLRA Newsletter - 1/8/2018

posted Jan 8, 2018, 8:56 PM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA


2018 Membership Meeting Date January 20, 2018

The RMLRA will hold their membership meeting on January 20, 2018 at O’REILLY Auto Parts store located at 5861 N. Broadway in Denver. Time for meeting to start will be 10:00 AM. Do plan to attend this important meeting. Terry McBride who is employed by O’REILLY has asked that you please park across the street at
Geary Pacific Supply. This store is North of O’REILLY auto parts. Parking is limited at O’REILLY auto parts. You will not need to bring a chair as they have chairs available for this meeting. A second meeting will take place in February at Tim Coopers shop in Frederick, located north of CNS, with a set up class to follow.

CNS will hold their Practice/Tech sessions March 17, 24. 31 from 11 AM - 5 PM Also on March 31 the track will have their Appreciation Party for drivers and pit crews. Their web page shows the meal starting at 3:30 PM

Memberships now available

As of today you can go to the RMLRA web site and then go to Become A Member. Be sure to fill out the form when ready and send payment. The INEX license application is also available and can be found right below Become A Member.

New drivers and also drivers in the Bandolero class are asked to sign with us to obtain a number. Be sure to contact me if you are joining us to race this season so we can hold your number. Please no three digit numbers.

Be sure to pass along this information to your friends who may be interested in racing a Legend car in 2018. Times and dates will be released as they are confirmed. If you know of someone looking for a race car, have them contact an officer on the RMLRA Board. There are several cars that are for sale in our area. If you have sold your car and will no longer be racing in the RMLRA please let me know so I can release your number.

Legend-Bandolero Information

We will possibly set up an additional meeting for Bandolero’s if needed. Most likely their own set up clinic and new driver orientation program also. We will work with the Bandolero group to determine what they would like to do, to get started.

Hope to see many of you on January 20, 2017 for the meeting.

The Bandolero National Championship will be held August 10-11 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. You may be getting into Bandolero racing this summer and may want to travel.

2018 Asphalt National Championship

I also recommend that you go to the USLCI web page and check out the national events. Las Vegas Bullring will be the site of the 2018 Asphalt Championships again this year with October 25-27 as the days selected for this event.

RMLRA Newsletter - 12/22/2017

posted Dec 22, 2017, 9:06 AM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA


2018 Membership Meeting Date changed to January 20, 2018

The RMLRA will hold their membership meeting on January 20, 2018 at O’REILLY Auto Parts store located at 5861 N. Broadway in Denver. As of this date it is tentative, but almost certain to take place. Time for meeting to start will be announced shortly. Do plan to attend this important meeting. Terry McBride who is employed by O’REILLY has asked that you please park across the street if you plan to attend. You will not need to bring a chair as they have chairs available for this meeting. A second meeting will take place in February at Tim Cooper's shop in Frederick, located north of CNS, with a set up class to follow. CNS will make an announcement during this time as to when they will open up for practice during the month of March.

Memberships now available

As of today you can go to the RMLRA web site and then go to Become A Member. Be sure to fill out the form when ready and send payment. The INEX license application is also available and can be found right below Become A Member.

New drivers and also drivers in the Bandolero class are asked to sign with us to obtain a number. Be sure to contact me if you are joining us to race this season so we can hold your number. Please no three digit numbers.

Be sure to pass along this information to your friends who may be interested in racing a Legend car in 2018. Times and dates will be released as they are confirmed. If you know of someone looking for a race car, have them contact an officer on the RMLRA Board. There are several cars that are for sale in our area.

If you have sold your car and will no longer be racing in the RMLRA please let me know so I can release your number.

Holiday Season in the RMLRA area

As we pass the time until the membership meeting in January, I will pass along some information that I know of. I just watched the streamed show that USLCI shows on Facebook, You might find it interesting to watch. It is shown live on Thursdays and you can ask questions while they are on the air. The show is called One To Go and it is hosted by Kyle & Laila. If you cannot view while it is recorded so you can watch it on the USLCI Facebook web site at your convenience.

2018 Bandolero Nationals

The Bandolero National Championship will be held August 10-11 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. You may be getting into Bandolero racing this summer and may want to travel.

2017 RMRLA Banquet

posted Dec 12, 2017, 12:07 PM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated Dec 12, 2017, 12:35 PM ]


Darrell J Stewart receives championship trophy at Awards Banquet

Darrell J. Stewart was on top of the point standings at the end of the RMLRA racing season and was crowned champion at the Awards Banquet. This event was held December 10, 2017 at Unser Racing in Denver.  
Approximately sixty people attended the Awards Banquet and the winners of special awards.

ROTY                        #08k  Krystal Faulkingham
Best looking car          #16  Travis Roe
Most Improved Driver   #32 Blair Cooper
Most Popular Driver      #48  Cody Dempster
Hard Luck Award         #16 Travis Roe
Sportsmanship Award   #3 Wayne Barlock Jr.
Harold Kraus Award      #3 Wayne Barlock Jr.                                    

RMLRA 2018 Top Ten 
1. Darrell J Stewart  #30
2. Nick Cooper  #05
3. L Scotty Scott  #6
4. Wayne Barlock Jr  #3
5. Cody Dempster  #48
6. Darrell L Stewart  #03
7. Adam Pechman  #25
8. Jason Hulvey #13
9. Travis Roe  #16
10. Krystal Faulkingham  #08k  

Many sponsors and people were given credit for their work and contributions to the club  this season. President Scotty Scott also mentioned the fact that many Legend organizations know the success that the RMLRA has with the Legend Car racing in our area.  Some great door prizes were given out during the drawings throughout the evening. Winners of 2018 INEX memberships went to Krystal Faulkingham and Travis Roe. These were donated by John Haggan of USLCI. Also the USLCI gear was donated from US Legends by Ash Garrett. These men went out of their way to help this Awards Banquet to be a success. Thank you USLCI for these gifts. Those gifts were valued at $165.00 per membership.

Colorado National Speedway and Big Country Speedway donated two track registrations for the 2018 season, with the #17, 08k, #16 taking home these awards. #17 was a double winner at CNS and BCS. Pit passes went to #16 and #9 at Big Country Speedway. Sponsors at Awards Banquet Big Country Speedway Colorado National Speedway Ingram Car Care Centers Colorado Axle & Gear Adam’s Polishes Clegg Racing Products  Many t-shirts, hats and sweatshirts were won by drivers in attendance. Also given away to drivers in the drawings were many items from Clegg Racing Products such as wheel covers and steering wheel covers. You had to be there to appreciate all the items that were donated by the RMLRA sponsors this season. 

At the end of the Awards Banquet an award was given out for his many years of involvement with the RMLRA. So many nice things were said about this award with his dedication and presence with the RMLRA for many years. On this jacket it read RMLRA Lifetime Member. Scotty mentioned that it was the first Lifetime Membership awarded to anyone from the club. Your reporter Harold Kraus accepted this award and thanked all in attendance for allowing himself to be a part of RMLRA since Legend Cars first started racing in 1995. I was at a loss for words to say to those in attendance. Here is hoping that you understood what I was trying to say to you.                               

2018 Membership Meeting Date Set The RMLRA will hold their membership meeting on January 6, 2018 at O’REILLY Auto Parts store located at 5861 N. Broadway in Denver. As of this date it is tentative, but almost certain to take place. Time for meeting to start will be announced shortly. Do plan to attend this important meeting. Terry McBride who is employed by O’REILLY has asked that you please park across the street if you plan to attend. You will not need to bring a chair as they have chairs available for this meeting.A second meeting will take place in February at Tim Coopers shop in Frederick, located north of CNS, with a set up class to follow. CNS will make an announcement during this time as to when they will open up for practice during the month of March.  Be sure to pass along this information to your friends who may be interested in racing a Legend car in 2018. Times and dates will be released as they are confirmed. If you know of someone looking for a race car, have them contact an officer on the RMLRA Board.

There are several cars that are for sale in our area.  If you have sold your car and will no longer be racing in the RMLRA please let me know so I can release your number. And the last item to mention to the readers is that if you know longer wish to receive this Newsletter, please let me know so I can remove you from my mailing list. The mailing list includes several drivers that have bought cars and have not raced with us.

Let me know your plans for 2018. Thanks to all of you for the support and kind words throughout the seasons.

RMLRA Newsletter - 12/4/2017

posted Dec 4, 2017, 7:54 PM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated Dec 4, 2017, 7:55 PM ]


RMLRA News

Your reporter has been out of town for a few weeks so here is the latest news to pass along  that I have. You may have received this earlier but some names were not on my mailing list that is on my iPad.

With the Awards Banquet being held December 10th, the next meeting for the RMLRA will be possibly January 6 for the 2018 Racing season. A follow up meeting will be held in February with a set up class to follow this meeting. The meeting and set up class will be held at Tim Coopers Creative Welding shop In Frederick, CO. These dates are tentative right now. We will keep you advised with the latest information as it develops

At this meeting all the rules for the 2018 Racing season will be discussed, along with election of officers to replace those offices that have been served for the past two years.

2018 INEX License available to purchase

Please remember to purchase your INEX MEMBERSHIP for 2018 at the reduced rate. It is now available for $135.00 until February 1. After that date the rate will be $165.00 Please try to attend this meeting. Thanks to the sponsors from the 2017 season. Sponsorship from these companies help your club run through the season and also help with the payouts received at some tracks. Our board is constantly working to improve sponsorship for the upcoming racing season.

If you have some ideas for the 2018 season, contact a board member. This is the time of the season to have some input for the club.

RMLRA Newsletter - 10/18/2017

posted Oct 18, 2017, 2:13 PM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated Oct 18, 2017, 2:13 PM ]


Twelve Drivers Raced @ Legends Asphalt Nationals in Las Vegas

Many of our drivers made the long haul over the mountains to race against top Legend Car drivers in their divisions from around the United States and Canada. Several drivers represented their countries from outside North America for these USLCI championships and there will be more for the Road Race Championships coming soon. Thus the name United States Legend Cars International. A total of one hundred thirty one drivers were in Las Vegas to race this event. Drivers qualified on Thursday and raced their heat races and Race of Champions Race. All of the RMLRA drivers raced in the feature races on Saturday but one driver, Wayne Barlock developed engine problems in his car and was unable to compete in the feature race. Several drivers had to race in the B- Mains but did qualify for the thirty-five lap features that were raced. I am not sure, but racing the schedule that the RMLRA raced this summer allowed drivers to attain a lot of points going into this race. Maybe this could be explained at our next drivers meeting.

Scott retains Masters Points Championship 2016/2017

Three RMLRA drivers Scotty Scott, Darrel John Stewart and Darrell Lee Stewart went to Las Vegas at the top of their classes in points and were in contention to win the National Points Championship with points won during the summer racing season. I am sorry to report that DJ Stewart racing in the Semi-Pro division was in second place when the car that had to beat him took Darrell and the other driver both out coming to the checkered flag. The driver was penalized and placed behind Stewart at the end of the race.Thus ended Darrell’s chance at the points championship. In the Masters Division Scotty Scott qualified well, won two heat races and finished fifth in the feature race. Scott has retained the National Championship Points Trophy in the Masters Division for the second straight year. Also in this race was DL Stewart in ninth place. Darrell went to Las Vegas with plenty of points accrued during the racing season.

We should know sometime this week when USLCI posts the final standings. On 10-17-17 the final point standings were posted and shows that DL Stewart finished third in the final points standings in Masters and DJ Stewart finished third in Semi Pro and Cody Dempster finished third in the Young Lions. Congratulations to all four of you with your top five finish.Jason Hulvey and Paul Himler finished sixteenth and nineteenth in the Masters feature race. Jason was also a top ten points finisher with a seventh place finish in the points. It should be a most happy fight back to Charlotte for the Awards presentation, should they all decide to take the same flight. Gentleman get your speeches ready for Charlotte.

In the Pro feature handling may have slowed a few of our cars. Wayne Barlock Jr. developed engine problems and was unable to start the feature. Clegg 16th, Cooper 17th, Medina 22nd, Hansen 23rd. I was told that cars were doing well but accidents on the track may have kept them from moving to the front. A slick race track kept the speeds slowed down throughout the races.

Also want to mention that BreAnn Adkison finished eighteenth after coming through the BMain. To all of our drivers that raced this season with us, thank you for allowing us to see some great racing. It is now time to tear the cars down and prepare for 2018

One more thing to mention is that Cody Dempster drove a rented car from Irwin Racing for the races. Cody raced at The Bullring earlier in the season with one of the Irwin race cars if my memory serves me right. For a second year driver he can race with the best of them. Do go to the USLCI web page and get on Twitter and Facebook to see all of these results from the races. They have posted a big article on Facebook this morning. 10-17-17

Drivers at USLCI Championship
Pro Division
#05 Nick Cooper
#08 Jace Hansen
#3 Wayne Barlock
#15 Danny Medina
#66 Kyle Clegg

Masters
#03 DL Stewart
#6 L. Scotty Scott
#13 Jason Hulvey
#88 Paul Himler

Semi Pro
#17 BreAnn Adkison
#30 DJ Stewart

Young Lions
#48 Cody Dempster

RMLRA Awards Banquet @ Unser Racing

The RMLRA will hold their 2017 Awards Banquet at Unser Racing again this year to reward those who raced and achieved their awards for this past racing season. This will give anybody the right to also get on the Unser racing track and get a few laps under racing conditions. There is an extra cost for this and drivers who plan to race should bring their driving gloves and helmet for this activity. That wold probably be better than putting one on that just came off another driver that raced before you. If you have not attended a Legends Banquet I would advise you to check this out on the Internet. After the racing a meal will be served and with a short break the Awards ceremonies will take place. If you were not a RMLRA member you still are invited to attend. Door prizes are given out during the program and all drivers will receive one. Plan to purchase a ticket and  enjoy this great night with your fellow drivers.

The RMLRA Board of Officers will be meeting soon to finalize the plans for this years Awards Banquet. I will let you know when all has been completed.

A Repeat Reminder from last Newsletter
One more thing to pass along is to inform anybody interested in buying a car number and is new to the Legend racing, please contact me so we don’t duplicate numbers. Members that pay their membership during the off season automatically keep their number from year to year. I have one car changing numbers for next season.

2017 RMLRA Champion - Darrell J. Stewart

posted Oct 9, 2017, 12:22 PM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated Oct 9, 2017, 12:23 PM ]


The final points standings are in! Congratulations to WildLife Racing and Darrell J. Stewart on their first RMLRA championship. With 8 main event wins this season for the #30, it is clearly deserved. Their dedication, support, and competitiveness was hard to keep up with throughout the season.

Congratulations to the rest of our top 5:

2. Nickolas Cooper
3. Larrel Scott
4. Wayne Barlock Jr.
5. Cody Dempster

The RMLRA board would like to extend a huge amount of gratitude for the dedication and support received by race teams this season. The car count at all tracks was great and will continue to grow. Thank you to the race tracks that provided great places for our drivers to compete. Of course, thanks to our amazing partners that supplied our club with unique opportunities: Adam's Polishes, Fantastic Sam's, and NAPA of Cheyenne.

Please be on the look out for voting forms for special awards at the banquet. The banquet is scheduled for November 11th. We are open to feedback on that date.

Good luck and safe travels to all of our driver competing in U.S. Legend Cars International and INEXLegends Cars Nationals in Las, Vegas Nevada next week. We will post links to the live feed from nationals in case any fans would like to cheer on the RMLRA drivers. We have several drivers positioned to bring national titles back to Colorado.

CNS Results - 10/7/2017

posted Oct 9, 2017, 11:39 AM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA


Clegg and Eggleston close out season with feature wins

Saturday evening the season came to an end as the Legends of the RMLRA raced two features, of twenty and thirty laps. In winning the first feature Kyle Clegg clinched the track championship at Colorado National Speedway for 2017. Krystal Faulkingham was the ROTY at CNS as she missed only one race at Colorado National Speedway. Chris Eggleston and Danny Medina battled for the win in the second feature with Eggleston taking the win. It was a great night for racing, and just about everybody escaped the races with just minor damage to their cars. Adam Pechman blew a engine in the first feature.

There were twenty-six cars on hand for the doubleheader. With the Asphalt Nationals next weekend several cars elected to not try and get involved in any accidents and played it very conservative.

Ryan Rudolph #11d and Rob Sears #43 were on the track at CNS this season with their cars to race with the RMLRA. Ryan is a resident of Denver and Rob call Firestone his place of residence. We are happy to have you with us and hopefully next season.

DJ Stewart 2017 RMLRA Champion

If the standings are complete and up to-date, Darrell J. Stewart is your 2017 RMLRA champion. Do check the standings if you have not done so already. Congratulations to this young man. The Wildlife Racing Team had an aggressive schedule to race this season and part of it was accomplished with this championship. They are off to Las Vegas for the Asphalt Nationals.

2017 RMLRA Racing Season ENDS

As the 2017 season came to an end locally, several teams will be headed out to Las Vegas in a few days to the Asphalt Nationals. We will say good luck to those traveling as winter weather may bring snow to I-70 if you are traveling that way.

A date for the banquet should be announced very soon and we hope to see many of you there. Just a couple of things to remind you of is to make sure that as a RMLRA member, you get a chance to voice your opinion on this seasons operations and schedule.

Thanks for putting up with my Newsletters this season. It has been a lot of fun doing this. I would like to see somebody take over the RMLRA Newsletter. If I return next season as part of the organization, it will be a no traveling clause in my contract. LOL

One more thing to pass along is to inform anybody interested in a car number to please contact me so we don’t duplicate numbers. Members that pay their membership during the off season automatically keep their number from year to year. I have one car changing numbers for next season.

The Raceceiver that I have been using for many years may need to be repaired or replaced. If you had problem hearing me last night you know what I am talking about. Let me know if you know of somebody that can troubleshoot our Two Way Radio.

Legend Feature #1
1. 66 Kyle Clegg 18.612
2. 22 Chris Eggleston 18.700
3. 15 Danny Medina 18.701
4. 3 Wayne Barlock 18.802
5. 05 Nick Cooper 18.766
6. 6 Scotty Scott 18.871
7. 48 Cody Dempster 18.884
8. 32 Blair Cooper 18.875
9. 98 Brent Scheidemantle 18.934
10. 03 Dl Stewart 19.127
11. 16 Travis Roe 19.041
12. 51 AJ Canada 19.111
13. 23 Austyn Radosta 19.322
14. 19 Larry Pachello 19.298
15. 08k Krystal Faulkingham R 19.619
16. 46 Zach Witherwax 19.147
17. 88 Paul Himler 19.325
18. 33 Dean Kallas 19.904
19. 41 Gregory Lee 20.277 -1
20. 43 Rob Sears 21.369 -3
21. 9 Terry McBride 19.577 -7
22. 25 Adam Pechman 18.942 -9
23. 30 DJ Stewart 19.270 -9
24. 13 Jason Hulvey 19.754 -10
DNS Ryan Rudolph
DNS Jace Hansen

Legend Feature #2
1. Eggleston 18.750
2. Medina 18.734
3. Scott 18.814
4. N. Cooper 18.903
5. Wayne Barlock Jr. 18.896
6. B. Cooper 18.896
7. Dempster 18.822
8. Roe 19.040
9. DL Stewart 19.039
10. Canada 19.031
11. Witherwax 19.264
12. Radosta 19.327
13. Faulkingham 19.588
14. Pachello 19.258
15. McBride 19.604
16. Rudolph 19.894 -1
17. Lee 20.296 -2
18. Hulvey 19.586 -2
19. Kallas 19.741 -3
20. Sears 21.144 -3
21. Himler 19.520 -10 DNF
22. Scheidemantle 18.940 -15 DNF
23. DJ Stewart 19.233 -18 DNF
Clegg DNS
Pechman DNS
Hansen DNS

HiWay 92 Results - 9/30/2017

posted Oct 2, 2017, 9:05 AM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated Oct 2, 2017, 9:07 AM ]


DJ Stewart wins Shootout at Hwy 92

DJ Stewart won the Shootout at HWY 92 Saturday evening it was also the last race of the Short Track Challenge. Fifteen cars made the trip to Gering for this final short track race of the season. This was also a double points race for RMLRA drivers. Thanks to Jacob Hough, filling in at the track on the Raceceiver.

These race car drivers will now meet next Saturday, October 7, for the last racing date of the RMLRA season at Colorado National Speedway. This race will be a double feature with INEX, RMLRA and CNS points available to the drivers. We hope that a lot of you drivers can get to the track to race for the last scheduled race in Colorado.

Several cars will than pack up and head to Las Vegas for the Asphalt Nationals. Good luck to all of you who are headed to the championship races.

Hwy 92 (unofficial results)
1. DJ Stewart
2. Jace Hansen
3. Wayne Barlock Jr.
4. DL Stewart
5. Scotty Scott
6. Jason Hulvey
7. N. Cooper
8. Travis Roe
9. BreAnn Adkison
10. Billy Blevins
11. Krystal Faulkingham (R)
12. Kyle McCartney
13. Terry McBride
14. AJ Canada
15. Cody Dempster (DQ)

RMLRA Newsletter - 9/25/2017

posted Sep 28, 2017, 9:43 AM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated Sep 28, 2017, 9:44 AM ]


I25 Speedway a rainout September 23, 2017

The races at i25 Speedway were called just as the heat races were to begin to rain. It had to be a long day for the drivers that practiced in the afternoon and then saw the rain begin to fall and end the day. There was a good turnout of fourteen cars, but the weather ruined the day of racing.

Hwy 92 Shootout in Gering, NE

At last the final road trip of the season is finally here. This race is a Saturday afternoon race starting at approximately 3:00 PM and with a little luck you may be able to head for home by 7:00 PM

Also remember that this is the sixth and final race of the Short Track Challenge. Do try to plan to compete at this racing event. Remember to get your entry fee in by Monday September 25th to save $15.00 on the entry fee.

It has been a long season and a lot of races have been run.

Challenge Cup Race Night at CNS October 7, 2017

Looking ahead to the next weekend it is the season finale at Colorado National Speedway.  There will be two feature races. This is their Challenge Cup night. The season championship for CNS, INEX and the INEX have points available for those championships.

RMLRA Points

Darrell J. Stewart is your points leader in the points races for the 2017 championship. Most drivers are now working on their best twenty-four races as the season nears an end. With three races left you could see some changes in the standings.

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