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Closed this weekend for track reconstruction. Our next TNT and Bracket races are scheduled for June 8th & 9th. Please stay tuned to this page for more updates. :)Image attachment


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Killer work guys, Iโ€™m pumped to get out and see it.

Tucker Stailey

Think youโ€™re gonna be ready for the race June 9th? If not I need to make lake plans.

Taylor Sawyers NO PREP TIME!

Chase Kime

Shawna Machen

Orlando Hernandez

I donโ€™t think so !!!!

5 days ago

Penwell Knights Raceway at Caprock Motorplex

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Wow, wow, wow โค๏ธ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ˜Ž

Looks nice !!!

Justin Williamson


Time to lay some rubber down! ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ

Ranzo Danzo Did we miss something???

Trista Hubbard look at the left lane now! ๐Ÿ˜

What are people going to bitch about now? Yโ€™all gotta quit fixing that place up so nice. ๐Ÿ˜œ

Christian Leffew Susan Stringer

No prep time.

Awesome work, when is the next race day scheduled.

Jonathan Lujan

Heck yea !!


Roll racing time?!

Looks great, canโ€™t wait to come back!

Need to book us again


Need to book a real run what you brung class and hope you brung enough .. and get some real hp going ! ๐Ÿ˜ˆ

Races this weekend?)

Still love that tower. awesome.

Looks nice

Time for a virgin concrete no prep!

Arnie Tamez Chevy & R/T. No Kema

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Attention all Tracks, Crews, Family, Sponsors, Mothers, Fathers, Brothers, Sisters, Kids and Fans. 
Please encourage all Drivers to Stay Safe to the Best of their ability. 
All Sanctioned Race Bodies Like IHRA, NHRA and so on have Safety Rules for a reason. 
Penwell Knights Raceway will Start Pushing Drivers Safety harder than Ever Before. 
We Recommend All Drivers Follow IHRA/NHRA Safety Specifications from now on and PKR will do our Best to keep our Drivers Safe. 
Please Donโ€™t Make the Track make an Example out of you. 
PKR is Thankful the Driver is Safe with only Minor Injuries.Image attachment


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Saw it, the fire was pretty dramatic and I was freaked out but then me husband told me he had already jumped out.

Blaine Hale

Jimmy Wyatt

Robert Lara

Gustavo Ceniceros ๐Ÿ™Š


How did it start?


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Richard Scarborough

Jason Clark

Miiiiiiiiiiiike!! Lol

Yeah some help I was ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿฝโ€โ™‚๏ธ

Duane Biddle in Dragnfly
Amarillo Mike trying to Tame Dragula!


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Appreciate the hospitality of the burgers and dogs along with the wild interesting conversation. Enjoyed meeting you and wish you well with the car. Ranzo Danzo

Awesome car.

Ricky Stanbro Wheeling One Bad HotRodImage attachment

2 weeks ago

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Andre Jefferson

Patrick Hudson

SMH canโ€™t have nothing nice

Wind block?

Gotta be careful doing that in West Texas the whole trailer could have flew away

James ๐Ÿ˜‚

With it at that angle it cast one helluva shade for us.. ๐Ÿ˜„

Pinkies out


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So u can have ur exhaust out the fender for true street now ?

Jeremy Shane Lovell


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Andre Jefferson

Love that car!!

Alexandria thays the godfather lol

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Street Racing: No Excuses

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. For the younger crowd reading this, trust me…You’ll look back one of these days and realize how dangers and stupid it is/was. There was a young man who lost his life on 42nd just before Christmas in 2014. An innocent person was also sent to the hospital as part of the race. Some of you reading this knew those involved personally and we know you’re likely still hurting from the loss that was experienced. It was a terrible tragedy, no doubt, but it could have been avoided all together had they made the conscious decision to not race on the streets.

We at Caprock Motorplex want to do all we can do to help reduce street racing in the Permian Basin. Not only can you come out to any Test and Tune and settle your grudges, but this year we are teaming up with the Mexico Racing League to host street related events. If you haven’t been to a street event at Caprock Motorplex, you’ve missed out on some amazing nights. These events are always packed with hundreds of cars, trucks and bikes. You won’t have any problems finding out who the fastest person on the street is. Not only will you get to know how much smack the other person has been talking, but you’ll get to see for yourself how fast you really are. You’ll quickly find out if you need to work on your shifting or your launches. What better place to do it than in a controlled environment?

Caprock Motorplex is the safest and smartest place to settle your grudges in the Permian Basin. Think about it… There’s a 0% chance of an innocent person pulling out in front of you. There’s a 0% chance of you getting a ticket. There’s a 0% chance of you going to jail for speeding. There’s a 0% chance of you losing your license or possibly getting your ride impounded. Again…Think about it.

Save it for the strip. We’ll see you in the staging lanes… Be safe.

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