September 5th and 6th will be an awesome weekend! Come check out the fastest cars in West Texas. The 4.70 Knights Door Slammers and the newest class at Caprock, the Warlock 4.70 index open body cars.
Payouts will be announced as soon as they are available!Read More
HEADS UP Drag racing this weekend at Caprock Motorplex. Friday August 7th for test and tune and PRO MOD qualifying. Gates open at 6pm. Saturday, August 8th, is the TX vs THE WORLD PRO MOD shootout! 4.70 Knights, Outlaw 235 and West Texas Mean Street 275. ALL heads up drag racing! Gates open at 3pm and races start at 6pm! Tickets start at $10 and children under 12 are FREE. Concessions will be open with a full menu of food and drinks! Caprock is the Basin’s ONLY 1/4 mile racing facility!!Read More
We hosted a “traditional” street racing event on Saturday, June 27th. No time slips. No track prep. Hand drop during the day and then a flashlight start after dusk. We had approximately 275 drivers and almost 1,500 spectators on the grounds at Caprock Motorplex. The evening was filled with grudge racing between all types of cars, trucks motorcycles and even a four wheeler on slicks. The burnout contest was the highlight of the event with the winner taking home $250 in cash. The Mexico Racing League was onsite selling merchandise and filming the event. We can’t wait to see their video. If you missed out, here are some photos. We’ll see you the weekend of July 24th at the test and tune on Friday evening and the bracket race on Saturday featuring the The Curtis Huff Memorial Jr Dragster Blowout.
Saturday, June 20th, was a fantastic day here at Caprock Motoplex. We hosted the first annual Reflow Energy Solutions JR Dragster Cash Bash, the Brad Stillwell Photography Bracket Blowout, West Texas Mean Street and the newest class, 4.70 Knights. We were happy to see a lot of new faces and cars in the staging lanes. If you didn’t make it out, you missed our best show to date. The 4.70 Knights brought the noise and especially the speed! As usual, here are the photos from the day from Brad Stillwell Photography. We hope to see you next Saturday at our first No Prep Street Racing shootout.
True street style racing in a controlled environment. Mexico Racing League will be onsite filming and selling merchandise. This is the safest possible way to settle your grudges. You don’t have to worry about getting a ticket, getting your car impounded, or hurting an innocent person. The only thing you have to worry about is your pride.
Do you have what it takes? Come out and see for yourself!
Even though we had threats of bad weather along with it being Mother’s Day weekend, we had a total of 115 racers and 530 spectators at our Breakin’ the Chains bracket race on Saturday, May 9th. Congratulations to the class winners as well as the winners in the Dash for Cash. Here are a few shots of the day’s action by Brad Stillwell. Enjoy! We’ll see you on Saturday, May 23rd for our Mexico Racing League street shootout.
Due to the weather, this event has been postponed.
Do you have the fastest ride in the Permian Basin? Do you think you know who does? Come out to Caprock Motorplex on Saturday, May 23rd and see if you have what it takes. We’re hosting an all street, heads up, quarter mile evening with the Mexico Racing League and the guys from West Texas Mean Street. It’s time to see what you and your ride can really do. The time slips don’t lie. There will also a burnout contest and wet tshirt contest with $250 going to the winners of both.
ALL DRIVERS MUST HAVE A HELMET
Full concession stand. BYOB (no glass bottles). Kids 12 and under are always free. If you don’t know where the track is, click here. We’re just 15 miles west of Odessa on Interstate 20 at exit 101.Read More
We had a total of 159 racers and close to 900 spectators show up for the second points race of the 2015 season. The Southwest Superchargers put on a great show for the fans. If you haven’t seen these guys run…you’re missing out! Thanks for everyone who participated in the Dial For Dollars. We had 25 Box class entries and 33 No-Box class entries. Randy Brooks won in No-Box and Mike Badeaux won in Box. If you’re curious how Dial For Dollars works, it’s $20 to enter. The person with the best combined dial in and reaction time wins. The winner takes half the pot and the other half goes to the always growing class points fund.
Congratulations to our class winners…
Winner – Clinton Calley
Runner Up – Kenny Rice
Semi – John StevensEasy Street
Winner – Kent Sellers
Runner Up – Nick Crawford
Semi – Bobby TylerSouthwest Superchargers
Winner – Lyle Byrum
Runner Up – Andy Mears
Semi – Gary Hill
Winner – Benny Gossett
Runner Up – Josh Winthrow
Semi – Phil HammondJr Dragster
Winner – John Michael Stevens
Runner Up – Cody Jackson
Semi – Makenzie Hunt
Winner – Mike Badeaux
Runner Up – Tanner Thorp
Semi – Cory BeattyMotorcycle
Winner – David Soules
Runner Up – Gene Osborn
Semi – Ira Flores
Friday, April 24th, will be a Test & Tune from 6pm to midnight. Street cars are welcome. All drivers must wear a helmet.
Saturday, April 25th, will be West Texas Mean Street heads up racing, Southwest Superchargers index racing and our normal bracket racing with box/no box/easy street/motorcycle/JR dragsters.
Run order for Saturday
Time trials start at 1:00. Southwest Superchargers and Mean Street will start qualifying with 1st round of eliminations.
Racers can drop off trailers starting at 2pm on Friday.