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 Rocky Mountain Legends Racing Association

The RMLRA is the Colorado Front Range series. We race at four tracks, located in Nebraska, Wyoming and Colorado. In 2008, 42 drivers raced with our series over our 30 week schedule. The main track that hosts the RMLRA is Colorado National Speedway in Dacano, Co. This is the biggest track we race on with the largest crowds in attendance. Our drivers like the track because it is fast, but also for the fans that show up each week to cheer us on. After the races, our drivers like to say thank you to the fans for showing up, by signing autographs and talking to the fans who want to know more about our series.

Also, every year our series holds the Rocky Mountain Classic over Labor Day weekend. Drivers from all over the country come to compete for a chance to qualify for the Legends Nationals. This is done by winning one of our three races that weekend. On Friday night, the series starts out in Gering, NE. On Saturday night, we travel to Cheyenne, WY for our second race, and finally on Sunday night we race at Colorado National Speedway to conclude our racing for the weekend. For the first two nights of racing, around 35 cars are on hand to rac, and on the final night around 45 to 50 cars show up to race. 

For more information on the RMLRA, visit The website gives fans our schedule, information on our drivers, series standings, series sponsors, and contact information for our club officials. The information on our series sponsors, list the sponsors information about their business along with a link to get to the sponsors website.

Legends Racing

Legends Cars are created by 600 Racing, Inc. and sanctioned by INEX, Corp. to provide a fun and affordable racing opportunity in which anyone (experienced or inexperienced) can compete. This series fights the high costs involved in racing, and the rules are strictly enforced to ensure safety and cost control. The Legend Cars are 5/8-scale fiberglass full-fendered versions of the famed NASCAR modifieds.

With auto racing being one of the nation’s largest spectator sports, and having more widespread media coverage, the possibilities for promoting your business are nearly endless. The unique attractive look andmoderately low cost of the Legends racecar create an excellent environment to test and become involved with this form of marketing or advertising. For more information on the Legends division, visit


Our series is unique as we have a wide variety in ages for our drivers. Our series allows drivers as young as 14 to race, most of which come out of quarter midgets to compete in a higher level of racing. We also have older drivers who have raced for many years, and enjoy the thrill of competition. Due to the age differences, our series has four different classes that all run together. The Young Lions are drivers from 14 to 16 years old. The Semi-Pro division is for beginner drivers who are just starting in racing, while the Pro division is for drivers who are more experienced or have raced in other divisions before. Lastly, we have the Masters division, which are the drivers who are 40 years or older.

An advantage for the legend cars are that the cars can be raced all over the country. There are hundreds of tracks that the Legends race at each year, and most are raced on every week. Many of our drivers like to travel to other tracks during the summer, and this allows an opportunity for national exposure for a sponsor.

The legends series is also a great place to get started in racing. Many drivers like Dale Earnhardt Jr., David Ragan, Reed Sorenson, Kyle Busch, and Kurt Busch, all raced in the Legends series. The Legends are a great feeder class that teaches the drivers the basic setup and driving skills that are needed for the higher divisions.

In the RMLRA, we have had some great talent racing with us. Our most notable driver is Chris Eggleston. He now runs a with the ASA Late Model car tour in the Midwest, trying to work his way to the top in auto racing. In 2010, Chris will be racing in the NASCAR Nationawide Tour.  As a club, we are all very proud of Chris and what he has accomplishedWhen Chris has the time, he likes to race some races with his Legend car, and makes about 4 to 6 races each year.

Kyle Clegg won the RMLRA championship for 2010, along with winning it in 2008, and will be back competing for the championship again in 2011. Wayne Barlock, our 2009 RMLRA Champion, will be back to run for a championship again in 2011, hoping to take the top spot away from Kyle Clegg. Tyler Chrisinger won the Legends Championship at Colorado National Speedway in 2007, and raced in the Late Model division there in 2008. He finished 7th in points and won Rookie of the Year.  

 Advertising/Sponsorship Benefits with RMLRA

The legend cars are a great way to help promote your business. It is a very cost effective way to get your business name out to a large amount of people for a small amount of money compared to alternative forms of advertising. Our series is unique in that we get to travel to different race tracks throughout multiple states to help promote your business to more people. Also with the large amounts of cars that we have show up every week, that’s means your business is being promoted to a lot of fans many times throughout the night. Your business name will be read over the intercom each week, several times a night. At Colorado National Speedway, it is a very cost effective way to reach a large amount of people that live in the Denver area. For also being a sponsor of our series, your business name and contact information will be put on our website for the RMLRA.

We have an opportunity for a business to sponsor our Labor Day Weekend race. The benefit of this will be that your business name will be put on our shirts made for that weekend for our series. This keeps your name in front of target customers for a much longer period  There are also a large number of cars that will have your sticker on their race cars for all three nights of racing. The announcing of your business over the track intercoms will also happen the whole weekend. The big night of racing concludes at Colorado National Speedway, where we get 40 + cars to show up for that race every year. That means there will be a lot of advertising to the 9000 + fans that show up there to watch us race.


Colorado National Speedway

Colorado National Speedway is located in Erie, Co. It is a 3/8 mile paved oval and is our series main track. We have anywhere from 12 to 15 races a year there and show up with 30 + race cars each week. The average attendance for this track is around 9000 people a night.

I-25 Speedway

I-25 Speedway is located in Pueblo, Co. It is a ¼ mile high banked paved oval, and hosts from about 4 to 6 races each year, with 15 to 20 cars showing up there each week. The average attendance is about 3000 people a night.

Big Country Speedway

Big Country Speedway is located in Cheyenne, WY. The track is a ¼ mile flat track where the RMLRA races from 5 to 7 races each year. About 20 cars show up here each we race and the track has around 2000 people show up each night to watch the races.   

Highway 92 Speedway

Highway 92 Speedway is located in Gering, NE. It is a flat ¼ mile track and hosts about 3 to 5 races for the RMLRA each year on Friday nights. Around 1500 people attend the races there each night.

Relevant Web Sites – The Legend Cars Main Page – The Colorado Legends Group Main Page – Colorado National Speedway’s Website I-25 Speedway’s Website Big Country Speedway’s Website

Become a Sponsor

To discuss sponsorship packages To become a RMLRA sponsor and become a part of RMLRA, contact any of the club officers listed below.