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Aug 27th Racing Events
Aug 20th Racing Events
Aug 8th Points UpdatedPoints Update
Aug 13th 2016 RACING EVENTS (Special Event Pricing)
Aug 6th 2016 RAIN CANCEL
NASCAR This Week
Racing Events Aug. 6th 2016
Street Stock Rules Addendum July 25th 2016 7.7 1850 Carb removed.
Racing Events July 30th 2016
Racing Events July 23rd 2016
Racing Events July 16th 2016
2016 Rule Addendum July 7th 16July 7th Rule Addendum
July 9th Events
July 2nd Events2016 Grand American Modified Classic 100 is now sponsored by "El Suoer Taco!" Great authentic Mexican food, & superb customer service. (Also Racing Fans) Visit one of their 3 locations: 76 N MCCullouch Blvd. Ste. # 110 Pueblo-2890 S Academy Blvd Colorado Springs & 415 Main Street Alamosa, Colorado Support those who support us! Thank you El Super Taco. July 2nd, Gate opens at 4PM, Special Event pricing @ $14 per Adult & $9.00 kids 4-12. Don't miss our SPECTACULAR fireworks display-one of the BEST in Southern Colorado. $1000 to Win, Out of State Tow $100 min. Drivers requiring more information about this event can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or GM-Mike Lippincott @719-491-6627. El Super Taco Menu
June 25th Events
June 18th Events
June 4th Events
June 11th Events
"Family Night Out" 2 Adults & 2 Childs Grandstand Tickets $20-
May 28th Events
May 24th 2016
May 21st Points-Results Posted.
May 18th 2016
May 14th Points Posted, sorry for the delay & thanks for your patience
May 16th 2016
May 14th Results Posted
May 15th 2016
Schedule typo for May 21st events. Street Stocks are on the schedule!
May 8th 2016It's that time!!! Racing Season begins May 14th. Kick it off at Peaks & Pines this coming Friday May 13th. See PDF below.
May 7th 2016
Click below for a easier PDF Read on the PnP Race Kick Off!Race Kick Off-PDF
May 6th 2016
April 29th 2016
April 28th 2016
Meet the Staff: I-25 Speedway StaffMeeting Notes from Pre-Season March 1st/April 9th 2016 Meeting Notes
April 20th 2016HELP WANTED: I-25 Speedway is looking for help for their 2016 racing season. Help is needed for the following: *Tire shed* *Concessions* *Track Sweeper* *Kitchen Manager* If you are interested in any of the following positions, please stop by the track office at: 1900 St. Charles Road, Pueblo, CO 81006 Or call Wrae at 719.545.7032 for directions
April 17th 2016
ONLINE TICKET SALES
Due to incimate weather we have cancelled "Hot Laps" for April 17th 2016. Have a great weekend, stay warm and safe. See you next weekend April 23rd 2016 10AM-4PM for Hot Laps mother nature allowing.
April 16th 2016
April 7th 2016Reminder that the April 16th Practice has been moved to April 17th SUNDAY 10AM-4PM
March 29th 2016
March 28th 2016Services for Brandon White will be held on Saturday, April 2nd, at 11am. The location is The Rock of Southwest - 10393 W Alamo Pl, Littleton 80127. There will be a reception afterwards in the same church. It would tremendously help our family out to do a pot luck for the reception. Attached is a Google doc to sign your name & anything you can bring. (See Randel Whites FB page). We don't need much, just a few things for everyone to snack on & drinks during the reception. The link may only work to edit if youre on a computer, if it doesnt work on your phone please message me to add you to the list. During the service we will have an open mic time for anyone who wants to speak, so please come with any memories, stories, poems, or anything you'd like to share about Brandon. In lieu of flowers, we would so very much appreciate grocery or food gift cards for our family, or if you are able to spare anything at all, please donate instead to the gofundme links we have shared. There is one to help support my family, and one to support Savanna and Adriana. Please do not feel obligated to donate or bring anything, we just hope you all can make it out to celebrate such an amazing young man. Thanks again to everyone for your love and support❤
March 28th 2016
Dear I-25 Speedway racers, employees and fans,
As many of you know, I have stepped down from my position as race director for this upcoming season. I have faith in Mike Lippincott and Chris Cullen to continue to lead this racetrack in the right direction. But before I left, I wanted to share my thoughts and gratitude to all of you.I want to thank you all for the support you showed me, and for the passion you’ve shown toward the betterment of the racetrack. And I want to thank Chris Cullen for the opportunity to give back to the racetrack I love, as well as for believing in and trusting my input.
I enjoyed my time as race director at I-25 Speedway these past three years. I prided myself in being fair, approachable and professional because I truly care about the drivers, the employees, the fans, and the sport of racing. I-25 Speedway has been a home away from home for me, just like it has been for many others.
But as much as I enjoyed spending every summer Saturday night with you, I have chosen to step away this year to spend more time with my family and to spend a little more time back in the driver seat.
I hope you all continue to support our local racetrack because, as we’ve seen and heard about from around the country, local tracks are struggling right now to stay afloat. It will take a collective effort from all of us to ensure I-25 Speedway remains a part of our lives and our children’s lives for decades to come.
Sincerely, Charlie Wilson
March 11th, 2016
It is with GREAT pleasure the addition of M.L Bechtelheimer "Beck" as I-25 Speedway's booth announcer.
M.L Bectelheimer, better known to his friends as "Beck" has been a racing fan for more than 50yrs. His love for racing began at Pikes Peak Speedway in Colorado Springs in the mid and late fifties, as a spectator, at the 1/5th mile paved oval whichshow cases racers from Pueblo, Colo. Springs, & Denver.
After Pikes Peak Speedway had been closed for a few years, Beck was asked to be a racing judge when it was to reopen in 1962. Thinking this was a way to get to see the races without paying, he quickly jumped at the opportunity. He had no dreams or aspirations of doing anything but judging and watching the races from the best seat in the house. Then one night late in the season, the owner of the track, Jack Sager, came to the booth inquiring, where is the announcer? It is time for the Anthem and the races to start. No one had an answer, so Sager moved the microphone in front of Beck and said "Here you do it" and he left the booth. Not realizing what was about to transpire and with little or no preparation, Beck wrapped his hand around the mic with a very nervous and weak voice he began to speak. More than 50 years later and hundreds and hundreds of races and literally thousands of introductions, Beck still has his hand wrapped around the microphone as he gives play by play, lap by lap coverage of the action at I-25 Speedway, in Pueblo Colorado. Over that 50 years plus, Beck has announced races for 14 years at Pikes Peak Speedway, Sportsmans Raceway Park, 12 years at Colorado Springs International Speedway, 25 years at Beacon Hill Speedway, and El Paso County Speedway. He also enjoyed doing radio coverage for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb for 39 yrs.
Beck has covered drag racing, mud drags, motorcross, off road and oval racing at CSIS. He announced Speedway Bike Racing at Rains Raceway and he was teamed up with the Hall Of Famer recipient Jerry Van Dyke announcing the inaugural NASCAR races at PPIR in 1997.
Beck's priorities, over these 50+ years has been to make a HERO of every competitor to his or her crew, family, fans, and sponsors, and to provide the fans with information on every driver as to their racing accomplishments and even to their aspirations of becoming more than just a local entry.
Beck is also very excited about giving racing coverage to the children and even, grandchildren, who have pursued a racing career as their parents and grandparents did and Beck has helped to promote them through the years since 1962.
Every race night at I-25 Speedway will be Beck doing his thing with his microphone to help the greatest sport in America, AUTO RACING! 50+ years and still going strong!
March 1 2016
SUPER LATE MODELS and GRAND AMERICAN MODIFIEDS:
We realize this is not an ideal way to start things and we apologize immensely for the very short notice. However, we know
that we have drivers that will be or are going to take advantage of thepractices in Denver to begin their season. With that
said, we have had some concerns, comments and the like come up and we would like the opportunity to address these with these
two classes as a whole. This weekend is the only weekend we can have these class meetings without interfering with CNS practices.
We understand it is not very much notice but we think we can all agree that time is passing us by faster than any of us realized.
Saturday March 5th 2016 1PM @ Steve Mills Racing & ACR Inc. 2215 W Vermijo Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80904 Hope you attend, thanks
for you patience. Mike
Saturday 1PM @ Steve Mills Racing & ACR Inc.
2215 W Vermijo Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80904
Pueblo, Colorado (Feb. 24, 2016)
It is with great pleasure that we introduce Hathway Performance as our Official performance parts retailer and supplier for the 2016 race season. It is our belief that with HP's fast growing client base and I-25 Speedways need for on-hand spare parts during our racing events we can both help one another expand each others businesses.
It has been mutually agreed upon that Hathaway Performance will offer their mobile parts trailer each weekend that it is not at El Paso County Raceway. We will attach a schedule that has the dates highlighted.
We are excited to bring Mike Hathaway and Hathaway Perforance Parts on board for 2016.
Direct all questions to Wrae Duncan I25 Speedway Admin. Asst./Chief Pit Steward 719-640-2482
Pueblo, Colorado (Feb. 11, 2016) – I-25 Speedway is pleased to announce today the hiring of Michael Lippincott for the position of Track Operations Manager.
Chris Cullen, is moving I-25 Speedway into overdrive with the hiring of Michael to oversee and manage day to day operations, refocusing us into the future.
“I am thrilled to be able to announce the addition of Michael to our team at I-25 Speedway,” announced Chris Cullen, I-25 Speedway Owner. “Michael Lippincott has a wide-range of professional motorsports background. He also has extensive business management through his own businesses.
Michael's racing knowledge extends some 35 years as a driver, motorsports photographer, internet promotions, webmaster and Track Operations Manager.” "My goal is to have open communications between drivers, fans, and sponsors with management, and ownership, while reuniting I-25 Speedway with its rich history within the community and southern Colorado. We are eager to include some of the great local businesses in Southern Colorado into our business model,” says Michael.
Michael has been with I-25 Speedway from 1995 till 2011, coming aboard again in 2015 as webmaster and internet promotions. He is currently enrolled and completing his Management Certification at Sports Management World Wide.
“We are grateful to have Michael join and strengthen our team with his skills and experience. As Track Operations Manager, Michael will manage daily operations at the facility, which will free up valuable time and enable Chris Cullen to work on large initiatives as we continue to develop I-25 Speedway now and into the future,” said Wrae Duncan McCabe, Chief Pit Steward and PublicRelations Director.
We would also like to wish Charlie Wilson good luck and much success in all of his upcoming ventures. Thank you, Charlie, for the hard work and dedication you gave to I-25 Speedway for the last 3 seasons.
Please be sure to stop and visit with Michael the next time you are at I-25 Speedway! Your comments, questions and concerns will be met with professionalism.
Jan. 26th 2016
NEW-classified section on the I25 website, Classified Ad's if you want to list your RACING-ad's there, here are the details: Please include the following with your request: Name, contact information (email, phone etc.), photo's (limited to 3 per item), description of item(s). Contact information you want included in Ad. Ads will run 30 days. After 30 days Ad will expired, you will receive ONE email asking if you wish to terminate ad or continue for another 30 days. No response within 3 days AD will be removed. The contact to submit the ad is email@example.com
Jan. 22 2016
Your 2016 Schedule has been released. (Tentative)-Check under the Schedule link above for your viewing & downloading.
Jan. 8th 2016
ALL rules have been rewritten for easier clarification, download your copies under "Drivers Corner"-"Rules" Please READ them throughly.Also check back frequently for the 2016 schedule to be released soon!
*NOTE:I-25 Speedway Congratulates our GREAT 2015 Track Champions! Thank you to all our Sponsors, Fans, Staff, Drivers & Crew Members have a safe off season! Photos courtesy of Siam Photography. Thanks Sam
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