NEWS


Motel For Gering - June 29-30

posted by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated ]


Gering Nebraska Motel Availability June 29-30

To drivers and the people who travel with the RMLRA Legends and Bandolero’s, I have received information that the Circle S Lodge located just four miles west of Hwy 92 Speedway, has set aside rooms at a discount for the RMLRA on these two dates. There are many motels in the area and you may have your own favorite to choose from. If interested you can contact the Circle S Lodge at 308-436-2157 This motel is in Gering, NE and is located on HWY 92. Book early to hold a room. you can always cancel up to twenty four hours at no charge. Ask for the racers rate. Do ask about their cancellation process. There is plenty of room to park your truck and trailer.

CNS Results - 6/16/2018

posted by Larrel Scott - RMLRA


Kyle Clegg wins 25 Lap CNS Legend Feature/Nandini Breggin wins Bando Fast Feature

The RMLRA raced both the Legends and Bandolero’s Saturday evening at Colorado National Speedway. A good turnout of thirty-two Legends and nineteen Bandolero’s were in the pits. Rain started to fall just as the Bandolero’s took to the track to practice. When the rain subsided the track was dried and the practice session became a short one time on the track practice forall divisions.

In qualifying Kyle Clegg was quick time with a 18.855 for the Legend cars. Racing for the first time this season #8 Eric Hipkins of Woodland Park. Good to see you back on the track. In the Legend Dashes, #44 Alfred Matthews and #66 Kyle Clegg were winners of their races. The Legend cars return to Colorado National Speedway this Saturday evening June 23, 2018 formore good hard racing.

The new Raceceiver radio was used for the first time and I hope it worked well for you. Let the Board know if you are still having problems. CH 1161 464.5000 Keep in mind the following weekend is a two day race at Gering, NE. Plan ahead for your motel if you are going to attend. Both Legends and Bandolero cars will be racing both nights. On Friday June 29th the Legends will be racing the third race of the Short Track Challenge. For Bandolero cars this is a great track for you.

During the feature race Adam Pechman hit the fourth corner wall very hard and did go to the hospital that night to be checked out. He suffered a head concussion from the reports that Ireceived from his Dad.

The points and results of the races have been posted. Remember to all classes that you receive no national points until your membership has been processed. Please check with Brittany Beck for information on you membership application. Her phone number is 704-455-3896

Legend Qualifying,
1. #66 Clegg 18.855
2. #32 B. Cooper 18.929
3. #15 Medina 19.016
4. #6 Scott 19.020
5. #48 Dempster 19.023

Legend 25 Laps (unofficial results)
1. Kyle Clegg
2. Danny Medina
3. Nick Cooper
4. Wayne Barlock Jr
5. Scotty Scott
6. Ryan Jones
7. Travis Roe
8. Ryan Rudolph (R)
9. Zachary Witherwax
10. Darrell L. Stewart
11. Alfred Matthews
12. Cody Dempster
13. Jason Hulvey
14. Krystal Faulkingham
15. Kynzer Riddell
16. Travis Rudolph (R)
17. Christopher Saykally (R)
18. Terry McBride
19. Eric Hipkins
20. Bill Blevins
21. Adam Powers (R)
22. Paul Himler
23. Dean Kallas
24. Ray Oakley -1
25. Dana Smith -2
26. Jessilyn Dike (R)-2
27. Cynthia Robb (R)-2
28. Blair Cooper-4
29. Ashlyn Himler (R)-6
30. Adan Pechman DNF
31. Larry Pachello DNF
32. Austyn Radosta DNF

Legend Dash
1. Matthews
2. Riddell
3. P. Himler
4. McBride
5. Hipkins
6. DL Stewart
7. Kallas
8. T. Rudolph
9. Faulkingham
10. Blevins
11. Smith
12. Powers
13. Oakley
14. Robb
15. Dike
16. A. Himler

Legend Fast Dash
1. Clegg
2. Medina
3. Barlock
4. Pechman
5. N. Cooper
6. B. Cooper
7. Roe
8. Dempster
9. Witherwax
10. R. Rudolph
11. Jones
12. Hulvey
13. Saykally
14. Radosta
15. Pachello
16. Scott DNF

Bandolero’s race two Features 10 Laps (unofficial results)

The Bandolero cars ran two features last night a fast and slow separation of the cars. They also
raced four dashes to start the racing program Saturday evening. Winners of these races were
Andy Jones, Aubrei Hilton, Cullen Lewis and Nandini Breggin. The #3 car of Nandini Breggin
appeared to to be the fastest car on the track in the Bandolero division. The Bandolero cars
have next week off but return to the track at Hwy 92 in Gering for both Friday and Saturday
evening races. Hope to see you there.

Fast Feature
1. #3 Nandini Breggin
2. #16 Cullen Lewis
3. #06 Mahkrysta Hilton
4. #18 Jim Chello Milligan
5. #78 Brody Moore
6. #10 Lili McAfee
7. #22 Andy Jones
8. #2 Caleb Smith
9. #03 Isaac Almaswari

Bandolero Second Feature 10 Laps (unofficial results)
1. #8 Daniele Walbaum
2. #51 Jim Huston Milligan
3. #07 Aubrei Hilton
4. #99 Isaiah Scott
5. #92 Riley Smith
6. #52 Nic Wall
7. #17 Cooper Lewis
8. #05 Salamon DeBauche
9. #82Teagan Smith
10. #29 Ashlee Smith

CNS Results - 6/2/2018

posted Jun 6, 2018, 8:49 AM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA


Medina wins at CNS as Clegg loses front bumper to get black flagged.

I have been watching Legend car racing for many years here in Colorado and had to witnessa first as Kyle Clegg who was leading the race with just a couple of laps to go when the frontbumper fell off of his car and received a black flag for the race leading car. He did not get creditfor completing the last lap and ended up one lap down and a fourteenth place finish. Neverhad I seen a finish like that. Danny Medina won his second feature of the season. Scotty Scottfinished second with Blair Cooper, Nick Cooper and Wayne Barlock as the top five finishers inthe thirty lap feature race. AJ Canada hit the second turn retaining wall during the feature. Italked with AJ on Sunday and he has a few bumps and bruises but the car is in bad shape.  Adam Pechman had to retire his car during hot lap practice as it came to a stop on the track.Kyle Clegg had quick time with a qualifying time of 18.771 With thirty one Legend cars on hand three ten lap dashes were held with Travis Rudolph, Austin Radosta and Kyle Clegg winningthose races.

Bandolero & Legend races @ I-25 June 9, 2018

Thanks to everyone who made it to the track to race Saturday evening. Next Saturday the RMLRA Legends and Bandolero’s will be racing at I-25 Speedway in Pueblo. This is the second race of the Short Track Challenge. Let us hope for good weather and a good turnout of all race cars. I-25 is a really good race track for Legend and Bandolero race cars. Remember to all Bandolero parents to make sure you send in a notarized page seven on the application plus anassociate membership.

Please remember to go to the pit steward and talk to him if you have a racing problem such as the finish that is posted. As mentioned before the RMLRA does not make track decisions on what happens on the track. The rule book states that the track handles all calls. Please remember this as good sportsmanship is needed to handle difficult decisions in the pits. We have had Raceceiver problems this season and the RMLRA Board may meet Thursday evening to discuss several items of interest. If you have a decent two way radio headset that you would like to sell, please contact me and I will relay the information to the Board.

Legend Feature 30 Laps (unofficial)
1. Danny Medina
2. Scotty Scott
3. Blair Cooper
4. Nick Cooper
5. Wayne Barlock Jr
6. Ryan Jones
7. Travis Roe
8. Ryan Rudolph (R)
9. Zachary Witherwax
10. Darrell L. Stewart
11. Alfred Williams
12. Jason Hulvey
13. Larry Pachello
14. Kyle Clegg
15. Travis Rudolph (R)-1
16. Kynzer Riddell -1
17. Cody Dempster -1
18. Krystal Faulkingham -1
19. Dana Smith (R)-1
20. Paul Himler -1
21. Dean Kallas -1
22. Ray Oakley -1
23. Adam Powers (R) -1
24. Jessilyn Dike (R) -2
25. Rob Sears -2
26. Gregory Lee -3
27. Adam Romero -3
28. Cynthia Robb (R)-5
29. AJ Canada DNF
30. Austyn Radosta DNF
31. Ashlyn Himler DNF
Adam Pechman DNS

Legend Dash 10 Laps (unofficial)
1. Travis Rudolph
2. Dean Kallas
3. Krystal Faulkingham
4. Ray Oakley
5. Paul Himler
6. Adam Powers
7. Jessilyn Dike
8. Cynthia Robb
9. Adam Romero
10. Rob Sears
11. Gregory Lee
12. Ashlyn Himler

Legend Fast Dash 1 (unofficial)
1. Austyn Radosta
2. Alfred Williams
3. AJ Canada
4. Larry Pachello
5. Zachary Witherwax
6. Darrell L. Stewart
7. Jason Hulvey
8. Dana Smith
9. Kynzer Riddell

Legend Fast Dash 2
1. Kyle Clegg
2. Danny Medina
3. Nick Cooper
4. Blair Cooper
5. Cody Dempster
6. Ryan Jones
7. Scotty Scott
8. Wayne Barlock Jr
9. Ryan Rudolph
10. Travis Roe

I-25 Results - 5/21/2018

posted May 21, 2018, 7:56 AM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated May 21, 2018, 8:21 AM ]


Medina, Barlock. Rayl win at I-25 Speedway


Saturday was a cool and rainy day along the Rockies in Colorado, but the rain stopped just after 6PM and the track decided to run their racing program. Several cars left the pits thinking the rain would be the dominant factor controlling the days activities at I-25 Speedway. Racing got underway a little bit after eight o’clock and when the last Legend feature was completed it was after midnight. A very small crowd on hand possibly due to the weather. But those that were there saw some good races.

Eighteen RMLRA Legends and twelve Bandolero race cars were on hand for practice and with the rain falling late in the afternoon, time trials were not held. Legend races were very competitive and fast throughout the night. Wayne Barlock Jr had the fast time posted in practice. In the first feature Danny Medina crossed the finish line just ahead of Nick Cooper, Wayne Barlock, Cody Dempster and Scotty Scott. Good tough racing by all with your usual contact with bent bumpers through the race but all cars finished the race. #97 Ashlyn Himler made her rookie debut Saturday evening finishing both feature races. Give her some time to get used to the race car and she will be a competitor just like her dad Paul who drives the number eighty-eight Legend. This was the first win of the 2018 season for Danny.

In the second Legend feature Wayne Barlock won his first feature of the season with a real close race towards the end of the twenty-five lap race to the checkered flag. Barlock, Medina and Cooper all running very close had some contact in the turn one and Medina spun out but kept his car moving and no caution flag was thrown. I-25 is known to be a track that bends bumpers during the races. The number forty-eight had to be removed by the hook after contact among a couple of cars in turns three and four. It was reported in the tower that Cody Dempster had injured his shoulder. I did not hear anything later.

Nick Cooper finished second with Scotty Scott, Ryan Rudolph and Travis Roe as your top five finishers. Heat races were won by Dean Kallas and Wayne Barlock With a field of twelve Bandolero race cars in the pits before the rains came, ten cars started the feature race. Greg Rayl won the fifteen lap race with a few caution flags during the race. This was the second feature for the Bandolero class as it continues to build. Congratulations to those of you able to make the race with all the bad weather in Colorado. Corey Sefcovic finished second and Brody Moore was third. Andy Jones and Issac Almaswari were the fourth and fifth place finishers.

The number sixty-three of James Starcher made the long trip from Nebraska to race last night. His sixth place finish in the feature should have made him and his parents very happy. As we continue to build this class the main problem may have been mine with the Raceceiver, as I had trouble communicating with the drivers. Hey drivers and parents we will work it out and we will be running smoothly soon. Thanks for your help in starting the Bandolero’s of the RMLRA. Do talk with the drivers and see if they can tell whether or not they could hear me but did not know what to do, when trying to line them up for the restarts. Also make sure your car has a transponder in the car when racing at Big Country and I-25 Speedway.

Lilian McAfee and Greg Rayl won the heat races earlier in the evening.

For those of you who will be racing next weekend in Rumble in the Rockies do enjoy this three day weekend of racing. It is a lot of fun but also a lot of work to stay out of trouble on the track while racing. I am sorry to say that I will not be able to attend as my granddaughter graduates out of state. Someone will fill in for me on the Raceceiver.

Just a reminder to check on you INEX membership if you have sent it in over two weeks ago and have not heard from them.

Legend Feature #1
1. 15 Medina
2. 05 Cooper
3. 3 Barlock
4. 48 Dempster
5. 6 Scott L.
6. 46 Witherwax
7. 16 Roe
8. 88 Himler P.
9. 96 Rudolph R.(R)
10. 23 Radosta
11. 1 Smith (R)
12. 13 Hulvey
13. 53 Scott Ryan (R)
14. 33 Kallas
15. 44 Williams -1
16. 08 Faulkingham -1
17. 28 Powers (R)-1
18. 78 Himler A. (R)-1

Legend Feature #2
1. Barlock
2. Cooper
3. Scott L
4. Rudolph (R)
5. Roe
6. Witherwax
7. Hulvey
8. Himler P
9. Williams
10. Smith
11. Kallas -1
12. Faulkingham -1
13. Powers (R)-1
14. Medina -1
15. Dempster -6 DNF
16. Scott Ryan (R)-7 DNF
17. Himler A (R)-8

Bandolero Feature 15 Laps
1. 55 Greg Rayl O
2. 11 Corey Sefcovic B
3. 78 Brody Moore B
4. 22 Andy Jones B
5. 03 Isaac Almaswari O
6. 63 James Starcher B
7. 07 Aubrei Hilton B
8. 06 Mahkrysta Hilton O
9. 7 Kate Morse O
10. 10 Lillian McAfee O

Rain Washes Out CSN Races - 5/12/2018

posted May 14, 2018, 1:29 PM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA


Rain washes out CNS Races May 12, 2018

Thanks to all of you who came out Saturday to race but was denied the chance when the rains came after qualifying began and almost completed, when the rain began to fall.

Bandolero drivers and parents a very impressive turnout with approximately twenty cars showing up to race. I know a lot of time in preparing the cars to race only to be rained out. The next scheduled race will be Saturday May 19, 2018 at I-25 Speedway just north of Pueblo. Looking for some good weather to go racing. I hope to see you there. Thank for turning in your INEX membership applications at the track. They will be in the mail tomorrow to INEX.

Legend cars with a turnout of thirty-three cars qualified to race until the rains came and washed out the program. Legend cars will join the Bandolero cars at I-25 Speedway next weekend. This will be a double main event for Legends. Points will be awarded for both features.

Chris Eggleston was the top qualifier Saturday evening with a time of 18.779 I heard a few comments in the pits that the new fuel that we are using this season is allowing the engines to run a little cooler. Let us see how they are when it really warms up in another month. With the new fuel rule in place it should keep rebuilds down this season.

All race cars in the pits last night when the program was rained out will receive show up points (40) toward the RMLRA championship. Remember for Bandolero drivers it is your best fifteen races and for Legends it is the best twenty-two. You can miss a few races and still win the championship. Drivers are also reminded to make sure the RMLRA sponsors decals are on your car.

Race cars that are planning to race the three day Rumble in The Rockies remember to plan ahead for motel rooms.

Legend Qualifying
1. #22 Chris Eggleston 18.779
2. #66 Kyle Clegg 18.878
3. #32 Blair Cooper 18.917
4. #6 Scotty Scott 19.025
5. #3 Wayne Barlock 19.032

Bandolero Draw Procedure and other CNS Details

posted May 11, 2018, 9:15 AM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated May 11, 2018, 9:15 AM ]


CNS BANDOLERO DRAW PROCEDURE


20 CAR FIELD

Fast Dash


Draw from driver’s car numbers racing in the Fast Dash that night (all drivers put their car number into the hat)
  • First five car numbers drawn = First Fast Dash (First Group)
  • Second five car numbers drawn = Second Fast Dash (Second Group)
Dash

Draw from driver’s car numbers racing in the Dash that night(all drivers put their car number into the hat)
  • First five car numbers drawn = First Dash (First Group)
  • Second five car numbers drawn = Second Dash (Second Group)
• Cars line up according to the car # pulled from the hat. First car # pulled is on the pole and so on.
• Drawing will be done at the end of the Driver’s meeting by a CNS or INEX Official

Main Event

Bandolero & Bandolero Fast – Main Group Lineup
1. Top 3 finishers from each of the Fast Dash races draw from 6 pills for their starting spot in the main. 1st group draws first from both winners of Fast Dashes
2. 4th place finisher starts in row 4 (1st group from Fast Dash get inside row)
3. 5th place finisher starts in row 5 (1st group from Fast Dash get inside row)

Level Placement:
CNS and INEX Officials will monitor Drivers’ abilities and finishes.
CNS and INEX Officials reserve the right to place any Driver into a different level of competition based on their observations of the Driver’s ability.

Start Procedure:
The lights on the pace car will be on until directly across from the flag stand in the backstretch.  Pace car lights off tells drivers greens is about to be thrown.  Cars can pass under yellow on starts and restarts if the car in front of them is out of formation.

RESTRICTOR PLATE

A red restrictor plate will be required.  According to INEX tuner, you may need to make the jets a little richer to compensate if you tuned without the restrictor.

GEAR RESTRICTIONS

Any gear above a 4.90 can be used.  ie: 5.14, 5.30.  Any ratio lower than 4.90 cannot be used at CNS.

BCS Results - 5/5/2018

posted May 8, 2018, 6:58 AM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated May 8, 2018, 6:59 AM ]

Scott wins Short Track Challenge @ Big Country - Walker-Scott wins inaugural Bandolero Feature

Scotty Scott won the first leg of the 2018 Short Track Challenge Saturday evening. Scott trying to defend his championship during the 2017 season started from the inside front row pole and led from the start of the race to the checkered flag. Fifteen Legend cars on hand to qualify for the race but did loose two cars during the Trophy Dash. Darrell J. Stewart driving the #17 Landon Birney Legend took the car to a second place finish. Third place was Wayne Barlock who also was the top qualifier with a 14.203 All results are unofficial at this time. The RMLRA does no scoring at the tracks that we race at. We rely on the scorers at the track to be
accurate.

We did have a caution flag during the first lap. A complete restart was in effect and the race race was yellow flagged on the last lap and Scott who had taken the white flag just seconds before a yellow flag came out and the race was official at that time.

The Trophy Dash was won by Dean Kallas. Krystal Faulkingham won Heat #1 and Scotty Scott took the win in Heat #2.

Trayc Walker-Scott sweeps Bandolero action

The RMLRA Bandolero cars took to the track for their first race of the season and put on a good show for their time racing on the oval. We had a few minor problems with transponders and a few spin outs on the track during the race. The drivers will get better in the next week and improvement with the little things will prevail. These are rookie drivers and they should improve week week. They are going to be exciting to watch wherever they are racing. I believe that all the Bandolero cars made it through the night without any damage and the car owners were happy to be able to load the cars in the trailers with no damage. Congratulations young drivers you did exceptionally well.

Trayc Walker-Scott proved to be the strongest Bandolero car in the field of seven cars. His time of 15.814 led all qualifier’s. Drivers will have to get some experience and find some speed to catch him. Greg Rayl #55 and Brody Moore #78 are two strong cars and should put some pressure on Walker Scott. In winning the feature race Trayc also won the Trophy Dash and two heat races.

I had the chance to talk with all the Bandolero drivers and many parents Saturday and they were all happy with the opportunity to race their Bandolero cars. Before the cars took to the track all cars were given a restrictor plate for their carburetor to slow them down. Car owners at the tracks where we use the transponder for scoring. please be sure it is working properly. The Bandolero cars will make their season debut at Colorado National Speedway this Saturday evening May 12, 2018 We should see a few more Bandolero cars at this track. Legend cars will also be racing on that date. See you at the track.

Raceceiver Information

Driver and car owners of both divisions please remember to turn your Raceceiver off when leaving the track to save the battery for days when it is in use a lot of time. I had to change my battery on the main Raceceiver microphone during the feature race. One more thing to remember is possibly make sure the transponder is sitting low in the car to send a signal to the timing unit when passing over it. That may have been some of the problems with the transponder not working properly.

Legend Main 24 laps (unofficial results)
1. #6 Scotty Scott 14.116
2. #30 D. J. Scott 14.125
3. #3 Wayne Barlock 14.183
4. #16 Travis Roe 14.228
5. #03 DL Stewart 14.258
6. #51 A. J. Canada 14.288
7. #1 Dana Smith 14.468 (R)
8. #88 Paul Himler 14.565
9. #00 Chris Saykally 14.443 (R)
10. #08 Krystal Faulkingham 14.729
11. #33 Dean Kallas 14.683
12. #28 Adam Powers 15.111 (R)
13. #13 Jason Harvey DNS
14. #5 Mike Vail DNS

Bandolero Main 20 laps (unofficial results)
1. #74 Trayc Walker-Scott 15.584
2. #78 Brody Moore 15.844
3. #55 Greg Wall 16.078
4. #10 Lillian McAfee 16.339
5. #11 Corey Sefcovic 16.800
6. #7 Katie Morse 17.097
7. #63 James Starcher 18.906

Legend Trophy Dash
1. #33 Dean Kallas
2. #88 Paul Himler
3. #08 Krystal Faulkingham
4. #28 Adam Powers
5. #13 Jason Hulvey DNF
6. #5 Mike Vail DNF

Legends Heat Race #2
1. #6 Scott
2. #30 DJ Stewart
3. #3 Barlock
4. #16 Roe
5. #03 DL Stewart
6. #1 Dana Smith
7. #51 Canada
8. #00 Saykally

Bandolero Trophy Dash
1. #74 Walker-Scott (transponder not working)
2. #55 Rayl
3. #11 Sefcovic
4. #7 Morse
5. #63 Starcher

RMLRA Newsletter - 4/23/2018

posted Apr 23, 2018, 8:17 PM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated Apr 23, 2018, 8:17 PM ]


Big Country Speedway Practice & BBQ this Saturday

This Saturday morning April 28, 2018 a guided practice for Bandoleros and rookie Legend drivers introduction to this short track in Cheyenne. This track will open up around 9 AM and the track closes at 5 PM. Here is your chance to get some instructions from our instructors on how to set up and drive this track. We hope to see many of you there. There will be a track appreciation BBQ for those who are in the pits.

The weather for the Big Country practice April 28 looks to be a little better looking as of Monday for Cheyenne.

If you have a car for sale, you should send me an email letting me know. I have had some phone calls and email with potential drivers looking for used cars. Let me know and I can have someone contact you.

Now that the season is officially underway, people help people in the pits and parts are lent to drivers to possibly make the feature later on in the evening. Make sure you take care of returning or setting up a replacement ASAP.

This past weekend several drivers Legend and Bandolero made the trip to Las Vegas to race the three day show at the Bullring. Check out our Facebook page for the results.

CNS Results - 4/14/2018

posted Apr 15, 2018, 7:47 PM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated Apr 16, 2018, 8:51 AM ]


RMLRA opens season at CNS with thirty -two cars in the pits @ CNS


The weather was sunny but the wind was brutal as the temperature warmed just slightly as drivers, mechanics and fans tried to stay warm throughout the afternoon and into the evening. Thanks to all of you who travelled a long distance to be with us.

As the sun was setting behind the mountains Kyle Clegg had a big smile on his face after winning the twenty-five lap feature, beating Chris Eggleston by just inches at the finish line. Thirty one cars started the feature and twenty-eight drivers took the checkered flag. One caution flag on lap one but after the restart it was green, white and checker to the end. Traffic played a big part as the finish neared an end and the drivers up front weaved their way through many cars to take the checkered flag. Danny Medina finished third and Blair Cooper and Nick Cooper rounded out your top five finishers.

Earlier in the evening Chris Eggleston had quick time while qualifying with a 18.673 In the first heat race Darrell L. Stewart won the trophy, with Zachary Witherwax finishing second and Christopher Saykally third. Fourteen cars started this Legend Dash. Kyle Clegg won the Legend Fast Dash, with Cody Dempster and Chris Eggleston in the top three.

I would like to thank all the rookies that showed up to race Saturday evening. We do have some good young drivers this season and it will be nice to see what happens to them after learning to drive a Legend car after a few weeks of driving experience. New drivers in their rookie season do check your cars for minor infractions such as ride height, wheel base and rear end off set. These are basic weekly checks after heat races. Read your rule book and know what has to be done and what you can do to help you and your car handle on the track. Ask questions and get answers about tech.

We are off for a couple of weeks before heading to Big Country Speedway in Cheyenne for our next scheduled race May 5th. The RMLRA will hold a Driver orientation class for Bandolero cars and for First and Second year Legend drivers April 28th at Big Country Speedway. Come and practice and learn how to get around this tough race track. More information to come later. INEX memberships that were collected at the track yesterday will be mailed Monday to USLegendcars. For a few of you who have not sent for your INEX license do it now, so you can get your national points right away.

We had some problems with some Receivers last nigh and they appear to be the newer version. If you heard me doing a Raceceiver test many times last night, that was the problem. If you have been with us for many years you know that I have been on the Raceceiver a long time. I need some help for somebody to fill in for me, as I am going to be away from Colorado several times this summer. Contact me please. One more thing, drivers car owners please make sure that you have a transponder in your car to keep track of you on the track. The only track that is not equipped with scoring tape is Hwy 92 in Gering, NE

CNS Legend 25 Lap Feature Race
1. 66 Kyle Clegg 18.738 72.406 MPH
2. 22 Chris Eggleston-0.032
3. 15 Danny Medina
4. 32 Blair Cooper
5. 05 Nick Cooper
6. 3 Wayne Barlock
7. 48 Cody Dempster
8. 25 Adam Pechman
9. 6 Scotty Scott
10. 03 Darrell L. Stewart
11. 13 Jason Hulvey
12. 16 Travis Roe
13. 23 Austin Radosta
14. 44 Alfred Matthews
15. 19 Larry Pachello
16. 96 Ryan Rudolph R-1
17. 46 Zachary Witherwax -1
18. 88 Paul Himler-1
19. 9 Terry McBride-1
20. 1 Dana Smith R -1
21. 33 Dean Kallas -1
22. 08 Krystal Faulkingham-1
23. 86 Travis Rudolph R -1
24. 27 Ray Oakley -2
25. 28 Adam Powers R-2
26. 43 Rob Sears R -3
27. 72 Cynthia Robb R -4
28. 10 Adam Romero -4
29. 62 Roy Dunlap -20 DNF
30. 20 Kynzer Riddell -25 DNF
31. 00 Christopher Saykally R DNF accident

First Legend Dash1.
1. 30 Stewart
2. 46 Witherwax
3. 00 Saykally R
4. 33 Kallas
5. 1 Smith R
6. 08 Faulkingham
7. 28 Powers R
8. 43 Sears R
9. 72 Robb R
10. 10 Romero
11. 9 McBride
12. 88 Himler
13. 62 Dunlap

Not classified
DNS 27 Oakley
DQ tech 96 Rudolph

RMLRA Newsletter - 4/9/2018

posted Apr 9, 2018, 11:18 AM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated Apr 9, 2018, 11:18 AM ]


2018 RMLRA Season Opener Saturday Night @ CNS


It is time for the green flag to fly for the RMLRA Legend cars. Saturday evening the season officially opens the 2018 RMLRA season, and the quest for the 2018 championship will begin. With twenty-nine racing dates which includes four racing double headers a total of thirty three features could possibly be raced.

Their could be a good turnout of cars for the first race. We have forty drivers with their INEX licenses as of April 8, 2018 We also have several drivers without their licenses showing on the USLCI web page. Included on the list are thirteen new drivers and all could be considered rookies. While on the track during hot lap practice please watch out for the yellow rear  umpers. These are first year drivers and may not drive in a straight line. All of our drivers that are not up to speed are reminded to stay low on the track and hold your line as race cars approach you from behind. Good luck to all of you on opening night. Drivers are reminded to sign in your car at the Pit Tower after entering the pit. Inside the tower you will find a clipboard with Legends on it. Please sign in so the track can follow the number of cars that are in the pits.

New Fuel Rule

Also a reminder that the new fuel rule will be in place as of the start of the season and fuel will be available at the track for sale so please use the Legend fuel and not the track racing fuel. The price should be around $4.00 per gallon. This fuel is replacing the racing fuel that sells for about $8.00 per gallon. The new fuel will be a lot easier on engines and should keep the engines a little cooler. Ask questions if you do not know where the new location for fuel is. The Raceceiver should be turned to channel 165 during practice and races. Weather
permitting we will see you in the pits Saturday afternoon. If you have a problem with your Raceceiver contact me. I will be in the pits for practice and then I move to the main scoring tower for the races. Remember to use good quality batteries in your Raceceiver. Also remember to turn your Raceceiver off while not in your car. The Raceceiver will drain your battery down if not turned off.

Two Way Radio


If your race team is using a two way radio the spotter must be in the designated spotter area in the pit side grandstands. Remember that the Raceceiver will override your two way radio and may interrupt your communication with your driver or spotter.
  • Pit Gates open 1:00 PM
  • Practice 2:30 PM
  • Races start 5:30 PM
Bandolero and Legend Practice at Big Country

The weather this past Saturday kept our young drivers in the Bandolero class and first year Legend drivers off the track at Big Country Speedway in Cheyenne this past Saturday. A make up date may be released soon.

Drivers seeking to get on the tracks at I-25 and Big Country can possibly find information on their web sites.

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