Monday, 20 May 2013 11:12
GET READY FOR THE MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND AT KALAELOA RACEWAY PARK! Three major events packed into an entire weekend of events...featuring MotoCross, Stock Car,
HulaCross, Demolition Derby, and Mud Bog! This event will feature hours
of exciting motorsports action for the entire family.
First off, MotoCross heats up on Friday, May 24th...Gates open at 4:30PM with racing to follow! Then on Saturday, May 25th, the action gets wild with 8 divisions of Stock Car, in addition to our ever-exciting HulaCross. Gates open at 4PM, capped with the our ever popular Demolition Derby! Finally, on Monday, May 27th, KRP holds it's first ever MUD BOG with the Robert Young Memorial Mud Bog! Gates open at 7AM with racing to follow.
Hula-X competitors, get ready for an awesome night of racing on
Saturday, May 25th! For this Memorial Day Race extravaganza, Viking
Power Generators has graciously decided to toss in BIG CASH for your
The Demolition Derby Winner will receive a $1000 Purse. Click here to enter our auction for the Demolition Derby Cars!
A buy-in of $100 is available to race on the 25th. This money will go to the purse for that particular class. The participant will be required to start in the back for the heat race.
Run Card is $40. General Admission is $10. Pit Pass is $5. Military discount is offered all year long, and children under 5 get in free.
ABSOLUTELY NO CHILDREN UNDER 13 ALLOWED WITHIN THE PITS. PARENTS, PLEASE ATTEND TO YOUR CHILDREN.
No pets or alcohol allowed.
Call (808) 782-7432 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Wednesday, 22 May 2013 23:53
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Tuesday, 21 May 2013 16:10
As of May 25th, it will be mandatory for all Modified and Econo Sprints to weigh in. For questions, please contact Jeremy Moniz at 864-4398. Mahalo!
Tuesday, 21 May 2013 15:12
Photos: Nick Latulip
The weather is blowing in from the West and the temperature cooling even though it’s still early in the afternoon here at Kalaeloa Raceway Park. Kalaeloa is often one of the warmer parts of the island on most days and today’s humidity is making it a little uncomfortable if you’re not in the shade. Then again I am a Haole! The clouds are starting to darken from their normal fluffy white and, as I write this, we are going through hot and cool spells at the track as some clouds pass while others gather. I’m almost certain it will rain at some point, but time trials went smoothly and maybe if we’re lucky we will squeeze the racing in before the heavens open.
Time trials earlier on in the day were relatively uneventful except for the drivers adjusting to the lengthening of the track which has been extended to 300 feet. Tinker Toy had a scary little spin in the shut down area on his first run which got everyone’s attention. And I learned later that he had had a stuck throttle and had needed to hit the kill switch in order to avoid disaster.
We always start with the “Unlimited’ class in Bracket 1. We do this so that the fastest cars get a smooth track with ample depth of sand at the starting line which makes for safer racing. The track naturally gets rutted and pits develop at the starting line in each lane where big paddle tires throw the sand back in huge rooster tails as the cars launch off the starting line. The Unlimited class is comprised of tube chassis cars with custom bodies and great power to weight ratios. Rails; both blown and naturally aspirated, four and eight cylinder pipe buggies, some with turbos or nitrous, and full bodied sedans, custom fabrications and roadster are examples of the types of vehicles that make up this class. The class is intended for cars faster than a 5.00 elapsed time (ET).
Monday, 20 May 2013 18:40
Hello Sand Drag Drivers & Fans,
COMING SOON - New points tracking
implementation with up-to-date results immediately after each event.
Please bear with us until then!
Below you'll find the point standings and results for the 2013 Season, listed by the most recent event first:
Monday, 20 May 2013 10:17
Copyright: Kalaeloa Raceway Park. Photographer: Nick Latulip
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