Ronnie Hults Wins the 2010 Midseason Debacle
Only 10 cars avoid the most disastrous pile up in CNS history to finish the Late Model Midseason Championship. Ronnie Hults rides the outside line once again to victory.
Speedy's Autos Late Models
#74 Dan Savage and #31 Rick Smith blew the doors off the rest of the field, competing in a race all their own as they moved to the front of pack and dueled for the lead. At lap 24 of the 100 lapper, the leaders approached lapped traffic and Savage controlled a comfortable lead.
Independence Day Encore July 10th at Colorado National Speedway - FIREWORKS!
Those who purchased admission for the July 4th event can use their ticket stubs for free admission to our Independence Day Encore this Saturday, July 10th.
Gates open at 3!
This Saturday July 10th is our Independence Day Encore!!! Get down to CNS this Saturday for fireworks, burgers, brats, cold drinks, good people and of course night 2 of our NASCAR Midseason Championship! You simply can't see a show like this anywhere else. We're bringing out the Speedy's Autos Late Models for a 100 lap Main event! Also raring to go are the Pair-A-Dice Sportsman, Sunoco Grand American Modified, and the Two Doors Down Figure 8s. The glorious smell of burnt rubber, gasoline and fireworks awaits you for our Independence Day Encore this Saturday July 10th at Colorado National Speedway!
Jim Bob Rogers and Cris Muhler Shine for Part 1 of the Midseason Championship
Among the talent at Colorado National Speedway, Adam Deines, Blackie Blackard, Chris Leaf and Happy Ferree all brought their A Game for the first night of the Independence Day marathon. But Jim Bob Rogers and Cris Muhler just couldn't be taken down.
#62 Jim Bob Rogers started the 30 lap Sportsman A Main on the pole. #99 Nick Brinlee had the outside of row 1. In row 2 #39 Scott Estes had the inside with #38 Frankie Estes on his outside. At lap 10 our point leader #64 Blackie Blackard had taken 2nd place behind Jim Bob, #6 Tommy Roe had 3rd. Try as Blackie might, Jim Bob had a solid hold on his lead and rode it the remaining 20 laps to victory. Blackard took 2nd followed by Roe and #8 Jeff Walbaum.
Roger Avants Takes His First 2010 Late Model Win
Mere inches separated the top 4 Late Models during their grueling 20 lap battle for the win. "The Ice Man" Roger Avants stole the lead at the very end, locking in his first A Main win of the season.
Speedy's Autos Late Models
Points leader #42 Ronnie Hults left the track before the race started. #27 Roger Avants and #31 Rick Smith had an exciting 19 lap drag race with #12 Bruce Yackey following closely behind. A pile up along the back stretch brought on a red flag. Among the cars involved were the #22 of Chris Eggleston and the #48 of Ed Vecchiarelli Jr, both drivers were towed off the track. When the race resumed, you could throw a blanket over the top 4. Hansen, Smith, Yackey and #11 Darren Robertson raced in tight formation. Robertson backed off the battle for 3rd, paving the way for Yackey. Meanwhile, Avants won the battle for the lead over Rick Smith. At the finish it was Avants followed by Smith, Yackey and Darren Robertson
ATTENTION RACE FANS: THIS JUST IN.
NOTE: Due to rain delay Main Events will begin at 8:30PM tonight.
We have a special treat just for our uber elite, NASCAR loving race fans.
TONIGHT June 26th and ONLY TONIGHT, NASCAR up-and-comer Chris Eggleston will be participating in 3, count 'em THREE divisions.
He'll hit the track in his Legend, Pro Truck and #22 Late Model.
Tonight could end up being our biggest night of the season so far. With Late Models, Pro Trucks, Sportsman, Legends and Trains on tap, the action will be relentless. And we're bringing you the absolute best, most talented drivers in the west including Chris Eggleston, Bruce Yackey, Ronnie Hults, Darren Robertson, Roger Avants, Rick Smith and DOZENS more.
There's only one place you can see a show this good, and it's right here at Colorado National Speedway.
YOU'VE GOTTA BE HERE!
Chris Eggleston Takes His 1st Late Model Win of the Season
Chris Eggleston holds off Darren Robertson through 50 laps of A-Main racing for his 1st Late Model win of the 2010 season.
Speedy's Autos Late Models
After a brief tussle with #12 Bruce Yackey and #11 Darren Robertson, #22 Chris Eggleston broke away for the lead. Eggleston hit lapped traffic at lap 15 while Yackey and Robertson duked it out for 2nd. A yellow flag signaled a double file restart. Eggleston had the lead, Robertson in 2nd, Yackey in 3rd, #74 Dan Savage in 4th and #31 Rick Smith was in 5th. Eggleston took the outside for the restart, edging out Darren Robertson for the lead by a nose. Eggleston and Robertson stretched out their lead over the rest of the field. With 25 laps of racing to go, it looked like Robertson had a chance of toppling NASCAR up-and-comer Chris Eggleston. Chris Eggleston did a magnificent job, fending off the ever approaching Robertson. At the checkered it was Eggleston for the win. Robertson took 2nd as he crossed the checkered at Chris's side. Bruce "The Moose" Yackey took 3rd.
- This Saturday is the Rocky's Autos Father's Day Spectacular!
- No Hat-Trick for Ronnie Hults as Dan Savage Rides 3 Wide to Victory
- Independence Day Marathon at Colorado National Speedway
- Ronnie Hults is on a Late Model Winning Streak
- Get Ready for the May Trucking Memorial Day Late Model 100!
- A Photo Finish Win for Sportsman Driver Bruce Borchardt
- Get Ready for the Pair-A-Dice Interior Finishes Sportsman Shootout!
- Speedy Dominates First Late Model Race of the Year
- Tragedy off the Track - Prayers Requested
- May Mayhem at Colorado National Speedway!
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