Saturday, 28 September 2013 11:54
Welcome racefans and enthusiasts. Many of you know that Kalaeloa Raceway Park has been in long, on-going battle with the Department of Hawaiian Homelands to keep our racetrack going. It has been several years, and we have made no further progress due to the difficulties encountered when dealing with the agency. We requested to the address the Hawaiian Homes Comission, and therefore on Sept 24th, flew to Kona, Hawaii to address our concerns. The following video is a recording of our testimony as well as our video presentation for DHHL.
Mahalo for your support!
Friday, 20 September 2013 00:00
Attention Motorsports Competitors!
Aloun Farms will be supporting our upcoming West Oahu Festival, to be held on October 26th, 2013. In addition, they have graciously offered KRP the chance to setup vehicle displays during their Annual Pumpkin Patch Event.
We’re looking for the following number of vehicles for each date:
Oct 12th (Saturday) – A couple race vehicles to display
Oct 13th (Sunday) – A big display of at least 10 race vehicles
Oct 19th-20th (Saturday & Sunday) – A big display of at least 10 race vehicles
Security will be provided on Friday and Saturday nights, with pick up on Sunday morning for when applicable.
West Oahu Festival
On Saturday, October 26th, 2013, Kalaeloa Raceway Park will be the site of the 2nd Annual West-ern Oahu Festival. We’re providing display space for race vehicles from all of our motorsports series. By displaying your race vehicle in this event, we’ll provide 2 free passes for entry.
If you’re interested in supporting either of these events, please contact Michael Kitchens @ 782-7432.
Monday, 07 October 2013 23:17
Monday, 07 October 2013 22:36
As a welcome change (at least to those HulaCross fans and competitors) they'll run in advance of the heat races for the stock car classes tonight. The water truck gives the track a quick spray to the unique layout the organizers have arranged for the HulaCross racers tonight. Today's layout looks nothing like the recent kidney shaped configurations and the jumps are back which should provide for some technical and precise racing. In order to work the water into the track the cars are brought out for half a dozen, or so, laps before getting the "one to go" signal from the starter. So it was time for the HulaCross heat races.
Saturday, 05 October 2013 00:00
I arrive at tonight's circle track race three hours late thanks to an overturned concrete truck on the freeway that had traffic snarled up from Pearl City to Red Hill (an already notoriously slow section of the H1 Freeway. I'm releived to see that I'm not too seriously late as the heat races have yet to start. There's a small change to the schedule whereby the HulaCross division is running ahead of the circle track racing (you'll want to refer to the article in that section of the website for those results). My initial thoughts about the track are that it looks nice and tacky, but there are a few bumps that have appeared since the last event (these bumps are dealt with by the grader and roller later on throughout the evening).
Sunday, 29 September 2013 01:08
Copyright: Kalaeloa Raceway Park. Photographer: Nick Latulip
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