For months now, mother nature’s been casting a black cloud over the speedway, raining us out and trying to kill our fun. I’ll tell ya, last Saturday’s July 4th rain out was the final straw. So get ready because this weekend we’re going to show her a thing or two and party like there’s no tomorrow!
That’s right, this Saturday July 11th, we’re going to blow mother nature out of the water with a bang – it’s Colorado National Speedway’s Independence Day Finale!
This Saturday, July 11th, Colorado National Speedway will put on the best all American NASCAR show this side of the Rocky Mountains! We’re sparing no expense! There’ll be lightning fast racing action, Down home bbq and an amazing fireworks spectacular you won’t want to miss!!
Adults are 15 dollars, youths are 6 bucks and kids get free admission and a free hot dog.
So you know what to do this Saturday! Hop in your car and head to exit 232 the Erie/Dacono Exit. For more info, race recaps and to follow us on twitter check out ColoradoSpeedway.com
It’s the Independence Day Finale this Saturday July 11th and it’s only at Colorado National Speedway – You’ve Gotta Be Here!
That’s right! We’re revving it up just for pops at Colorado National Speedway, the state’s only home for official NASCAR racing! The first 500 Dads through the gate will get a free hat compliments of sponsor Snap-On Tools!
The fun starts at 6PM this Saturday night at Colorado National Speedway in good ol’ Dacono Colorado. So get the gang together and head on down! Dad will get to enjoy TWIN Late Model 40 lap main events, the RMMRA Midgets, Super Stocks, and the Figure 8's.
A special night dad won’t forget will be waiting this Saturday at Colorado National Speedway, the family place for fun and excitement.
We at CNS wish to extend our appreciation to all of you who chose to donate your hard earned money to John Baker's medical expense fund.
Last Saturday we raised more money than we could possibly have hoped for. Today we are further encouraged by the Sportsman division's decision to donate their purse from this week's coming race to John Baker and his family. All the money donated will go directly to the Baker family to pay for the medical expenses associated with his recovery. We are touched by the generosity of the race fans at CNS and only ask that you would continue to keep John and his family in your prayers.
We will post updates right here on ColoradoSpeedway.com as soon as we hear more on his condition.
Colorado National Speedway is asking that you join the Speedway and help us raise money for the Baker family during this difficult time. As you can imagine there are all kinds of expenses that need to be taken care of while John is recovering. This Saturday (June 6th) Colorado National Speedway is going to have a John Baker fund raiser during our Saturday Night racing event and we are hoping to raise enough money to help ease the financial burden on the Baker family during John's recovery.
It is with guarded optimism and permission from the Baker Family that I make this post tonight.
As for you that know John can attest, I’m going against my better judgment by making this post and for you that don’t know John as well he is an extremely private man who would never post anything about himself or any of his fellow racers on this or any other website. I hope that all of you will understand this and respect his and his family’s right to privacy in this very trying time for his family and loved ones.
With that said I had hoped to be able to provide more positive news about John’s condition however at this time there has not been a lot of change since he left the track in the helicopter, as of this post he has not regained consciousness and has suffered a closed brain injury (swelling of the brain), he also suffered a broken left clavicle (shoulder blade) and some broken ribs. His official condition is listed as stable but critical condition; he is in a local Denver hospital in their ICU. His family and I have seen small improvements in his condition and continue to hope and pray for more, but with this type of injury improvements are slow. We probably will not update this post until there is a substantial change in John’s condition, for no other reason than that is the way John would want it.
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