We have cancelled this Sundays event. The forecast is now for a 90% chance of rain all day. That plus the rain overnight makes it tough to prepare a decent track. Check back soon for the rain date.
Another big weekend coming up. Gates open on Saturday at 10am, signup at 10:30am, groomed track practice from 11am - 3pm. Gates are open until midnight on Saturday. Sunday is round 2 of the Nuclear Series. Gates open at 6am, signup 6:30am, riders meeting at 8:30, practice and racing to follow. Hope to see you at the track!
Friday evening update: Have had some rain today, but it was the first of the week. The track was dry and dusty this morning. Practice is on as of tonight, but check back here in the morning for an update before you drive.
Just a little rain overnight, but enough. We have cancelled practice for today. The track is not looking too bad right now, but there is still a chance of rain today and tonight. If we go out and rip the track, any further rain will soak in and really make a mess. So the plan is to leave the track packed like it is now, let any rain run off and shoot for good conditions for racing tomorrow. The forecast calls for a chance of rain until tomorrow morning, but then clearing. If we get lucky and that pattern is a few hours earlier than predicted, we will be in really good shape for racing. Check back here for an update this evening.
Evening update: track is holding up, but the forecast is still a little sketchy. We are still hoping showers will move out tomorrow morning leaving us some dry weather to race. We will hold out overnight and see what happens. Look for an update by 6AM tomorrow morning.
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Thanks to everyone who attended our Qualifier and helped make it a great weekend. Results are posted at our results page.
A big thank you to everyone who supported Nuke 1. It was a great day for racing and the new Legacy track was well received. Rider turnout was fantastic and the racing was incredible. It was really cool to be able to see the entire track during a race. We had our fair share of challenges with the new park and our Hilltop track still needs work. Please know that this rebuilding project is not complete. There is much yet to do. We are working hard to continue to improve. Case in point, we spent Monday installing over 1000 feet of new water line. Thanks to Gabe, Brad, and Matt for all the help. I think this is the start of something good!