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HulaCross/Motocross returns for the 2014 Season! HulaCross features an action-packed event of vehicles running for points in flag-to-flag, wheel-2-wheel races. Classes include Sedan, Truck, & SUV categories. MotoCross features off-road TT-style racing action with bikes and quads. Non-competing keikis ride free at our events.

Gates will open at 9AM, Registration opens at 10:00AM, closes at  11:00AM. Races to follow. Run Card is $40. General Admission is $10. 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 support@kalaeloaracewaypark.com for more info. All information is subject to change. Please review the website for current updates.

HulaCross - July 14th, 2013

Copyright: Kalaeloa Raceway Park. Photographer: Nick Latulip

 

Stock Car - July 14th, 2013

Copyright: Kalaeloa Raceway Park. Photographer: Nick Latulip

 

Sand Drags Race & Results - July 6th, 2013

I finally arrive at the track after an unusually slow drive in from the East side of the island. The traffic had been backed up for miles right around the stadium area and suddenly the traffic had sped up and the road cleared while I had been expecting to come upon an accident. Somewhat typical for Hawaii; it was a slowdown on the freeway with no apparent cause.

I pause for a moment to let the Tonka Toy truck of Manuel Moisa pass (so I can see the new headers he installed) and cover my ears pretending the exhaust note is too much to bear as he grins while driving by. I'm pleasantly surprised to see Junior Alimoot in the pits as I make my way to the tower. He hadn't been sure he'd be able to get "Wicked" repaired in time for the event and, although he and his crew are busy working on the car, he thought he'd be ready for time trials which were about to start. And Bobby Perkins appears to have made the transmission repairs that he'd suffered at the last event as I can see the back of the white Toyota truck behind the second bunker. "There's a new roadster " Gerald Ing points out to me as I greet him and his son (who have already unloaded). Gerald and Tim must have been just far enough ahead of whatever incident had slowed me down as they were unaware of the slow traffic I had encountered.

There are a few late registrations at the tower, but in general everyone appears ready to roll as the announcer calls for drivers to come to the staging area so they can get started and I can see the beginnings of another gorgeous sunset (which Hawaii is so, so famous for).

They run time trials and I see a new stretched, black quad as well as all of the regulars. They grade the track quickly and run one of the Jr. dragsters as well as the kids on bikes and quads. Mike Kitchens reminds everyone on the PA that, as always, the kids run for free so everyone shoul be sure to take advantage of the opportunity. Granny Grace provides a prayer, in Hawaiian first followed by a version in English and we all face the flag quietly in attention as the National Anthem is played prior to getting started.

Read more: Sand Drags Race & Results - July 6th, 2013

 

HulaCross Race & Results - June 23rd, 2013

The stiff winds and hot weather have made for a somewhat dusty day for the competitors, fans and crews alike.  The stock car heat races have just ended and the track has been lightly watered in an attempt to lessen the dustiness.  The Hula Cross cars and trucks are grouped together today and are going to run their heat race first: we see the black and blue “winged” Honda of Clifton Poteet number 13 on the pole with the 69x of Christensen Moniz which appears to be a Toyota Corolla or similar import.  On the 2nd row it’s the 44 a red Mazda pickup driven by Robert Vierra inside of the black B2200 number 22 of Lopaka Vierra.  The cars are running clockwise today and when the green comes out the cars speed “mauka” (or towards the mountains) past the starter’s stand.  Trying to relate to the corner numbers was not only challenging to me, but may also be so for you as you read this so I apologize.  The track has a mix of dry/tacky oval areas and a “sopping wet” chicane, but no jumps today and it will all come down to going fast in the fast sections and really slowing down sufficiently in the wet and slow chicane. 



Read more: HulaCross Race & Results - June 23rd, 2013

 

Stock Car Race & Results - June 23rd, 2013

SC 6/23/13

Race number 4 for the 2013 season finds us at a hot and sunny day race, but the weather is looming over the Ko’olau mountain range somewhat and rain is a possibility later in the day. There aren’t as many cars here as last month’s night race, but this is, by far, the best showing of racers at a day event to date. Once “pack track” and practice were finished the track was looking in great shape, but the windy, sunny conditions would inevitably dry it out fairly quickly.



The heat races were announced and once the cars were lined up at the track entrance (the “chute”) we paused for the National Anthem and prayer prior to racing.

There are a total of eight groups of varying cars arranged into their respective classes and the order in which they run is intended to get the cars with the widest tires out first, I think in part to help the track avoid rutting from the narrower tires when the track is still moist.

Read more: Stock Car Race & Results - June 23rd, 2013

   

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