We would like to thank everyone that came out and spent the weekend at Caprock Motorplex. The Grudge TnT brought out 175 cars and almost 1,000 spectators. The season opener on Saturday had just about the same turnout with 120 cars and close to 900 spectators. There was a steady stream of race fans making their way to and from the concession stand with great food and cold drinks. We have burgers, brisket sandwiches and our world renowned Pendogs. If you haven’t had a chance to try a Pendog, you haven’t lived. They’re beyond addicting. Make sure you try one or three the next time you’re at the track. Trust us, you won’t regret it.Read More
Wow! What a day we had at Caprock Motorplex this past Saturday. It was a gorgeous, 68 degree day with a slight breeze that made for a very comfortable time at the track. We had just shy of 1,000 people and 160 tech cards turned in. We had everything from vintage gassers to bikes to street cars to Jr Dragsters and Pro Sportsman. The flood gates opened at 10am to a line backed up past Interstate 20. We started making passes at 11am and we ran non-stop until 8pm. If you weren’t there, you missed out on a great time. Here are a few of the highlights from the day.
We look forward to seeing you next time on March, 27th and 28th for the season opener. Make sure you check our schedule frequently as we’re always adding new events to the calendar.Read More
This topic really isn’t up for debate. Street racing is dangerous. It doesn’t make you cool. It doesn’t give you street cred. Think about the innocent lives that could be ruined, or even lost, because two people want race on a public street. Do a search online for “street racing accidents” and you can read news-story after news-story about street racing accidents and the related deaths. It’s a huge problem across the world, but it’s even more of a problem on the congested streets in the Permian Basin. Those of us who have been here for years know that we’re bursting at the seams. Our streets aren’t as empty as they used to be. Even though it was dangerous, most of us raced on 42nd at one time or another...Read More
2015 has just begun and we’re already hard at work. If you haven’t already noticed, we have a new website. If this is your first time to the site, we’re glad you’re here. We hope you find it easy to navigate and that you can use it to plan your race season with us. We’ll work hard to keep the content fresh as new information becomes available. Check back for new articles, photos, event recaps and more.
We already have the 2015 schedule posted with plenty of events. The schedule will likely change a bit as we add more events, so keep checking back! Make sure you take a few minutes and read the track rules for 2015. There are some new rules that you need to be aware of.
We look forward to seeing each of you this season… Be safe and God bless!Read More