The rules, regulations, procedures, and information set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of motor racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all COLORADO NATIONAL SPEEDWAY events, and, by participating in these events, ALL NASCAR members and all others are deemed to have complied with these rules. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from the publications of, or the compliance with these rules, regulations, or procedures. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury and/or death to participants, spectators, or all others.
Track officials shall be empowered to permit minor deviation from any of the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that in his/her opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM SUCH ALTERATION OF SPECIFICATIONS. Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the Track Officials. Their decisions are final.
In keeping with the CNS commitment to maintaining proper balance in the competition arena, it may be necessary for CNS Management to make rule changes and/or rule modifications from time to time. Such changes are designed to enhance close competition. CNS’ goal of a full starting field of various car/truck makes in each race that are as equally matched as possible is certainly in the overall best interest of the sport.
No equipment or race car will be considered as having been approved by reason of having passed through inspection “unobserved”. If this rule book does not specifically state that a change / modification / addition is legal, then a competitor must consider that change / modification / addition as illegal. Any questions about the legality of a change / modification / addition not covered in this rule book MUST be answered by CNS in writing, and that decision is final.
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Important notice: Figure 8, Super Stock and Sportsman, The Engine Quest head, part number CL170BA2, casting CH350S, will not be allowed as previously stated in the 2010 rules. Due to the head measuring different than advertised from Engine Quest. The E Force head part # is OK. World Parts head will also be allowed part number 43610.
If you have any questions call Jeff Campbell 303-905-6216.
Memo to All Race Teams,
We at Colorado National Speedway hope you are all having a wonderful winter and holiday season. Believe it or not, the 2010 race season is just around the corner. No season would be complete without the annual Colorado Oval Track Trade Show. As usual, we will have a booth at the show where you will be able to purchase the following:
- 2010 NASCAR License (online NASCAR license renewals are available if you were a NASCAR member in 2009 @ nascarmembers.com)
- CNS Car Registration and Number Form ($75 per registration) Any team changing drivers mid-season will be required to purchase a new number for that new driver, so please keep that in mind when choosing your numbers. There will be no Duplicate numbers allowed, as was the case last year. The number will stay with the driver all season per the 2010 rule book.
- Rules books can be printed on-line after January 15, 2010 at (www.coloradospeedway.com). A limited number of printed copies will be available at the show.
- Pit Stall Reservations ($75.00)
Note: The 2009 competitor’s numbers and pit stalls will be held until Jan 24, 2010 this year, not March 1st as it has been in past years. Therefore, please plan to reserve your numbers and pit stalls prior to or during the Trade Show. If you are not able to attend the show, you may phone ahead and pay for your numbers and/or stalls by credit card. PLEASE NOTE: All 2010 Numbers and Pit Stalls not reserved will become available on a first come first served basis on January 25, 2010.
We look forward to seeing you at the show!
- Colorado National Speedway
CNS was considered the standard by which local short tracks around the country should map their business models from marketing and cost management perspectives. The enhanced web and media communications implemented in 2009 were recognized as “cutting edge” within the local NASCAR short track family.
Further, Colorado National Speedway’s continued efforts to minimize the ever growing expenses to each racer through extensive research in the development of competitive and cost effective rules packages was acknowledged and praised by NASCAR personnel and peer track management teams.
The ownership and management of Colorado National Speedway wishes to sincerely thank all who have worked hard and provided forward thinking ideas throughout this growing process for our facility. In addition, we acknowledge that none of this recognition would be possible without our loyal fans. Without their support we would not be able to continue to provide a premier racing facility in our area.
Finally, Colorado National Speedway would like to acknowledge our outstanding drivers and race teams. We continue to provide our fans with the most competitive teams and strong car counts in each of our racing divisions. We certainly know that in these tough economic times continuing to support your love for racing becomes increasingly more difficult each year. We truly appreciate the support you have provided the speedway and understand that you have a choice when it comes to spending your dollars. Thank you to all who continue to help make Colorado National Speedway a success!
CNS Ownership and Management
- 2010 TENTATIVE CNS SCHEDULE
- Bruce "the moose" Yackey takes his 2nd consecutive Late Model Season Championship
- The 1st Snap-On Tools Challenge Cup Goes Off Without a Hitch
- Play Hooky! It's Fan Appreciation Friday at CNS!
- Richard "the Rock" Burton
- The 2009 Challenge Cup at Colorado National Speedway
- Colorado National Speedway Changes Date For Challenge Cup
- Eggleston Burns Up the Pepsi Labor Day Weekend Shoot Out
- Darren Crocker Wins Night 1 of the Pepsi Labor Day Weekend Shoot Out
- CNS Awards Banquet
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