Weekly Show DivisionsStock Cars - Late Models, Bombers, Mini Stocks, Roadrunners, Legends & Thunder Roadsters
OutLaw Dirt Karts - Beginner box Stock, Speed Way Karts, Box Stock, 250's & 500's
About Redwood Acres RacewayFirst opened in 1947 RAR is a 3/8 mile Paved D with a curved back stretch, 2 degrees banking front stretch, 6 degrees curved backstretch, and 12 degrees in the corners. New in 2016 .110-mile dirt oval OutLaw dirt kart track.
Matthew Sullivan's Racing News
For the first time since 2013, Redwood Acres Raceway played host to the Fall Spectacular this past weekend. It was the 24th annual running of the event which first started in 1990. Seven divisions partook in the two-day event which was capped off with a 100-lap late model race.
The California State and Federal Employees Credit Union roadrunners were one of the two divisions that raced a full schedule on both Saturday and Sunday. Dave Rogers from Ukiah, California paced qualifying on Saturday with a 20.385 lap. Rogers took the trophy dash win as well as a win in the fast heat while Bob Ratzlaff won the slower heat. Dominic Vogelsang led the opening five laps of the 20-lap main but Rogers had the better car as he took the lead on lap six. Rogers would go on to cruise to the win over James Nichols, Vogelsang, Jordon Paiment and Nick Ford
Sunday's roadrunner qualifying was again paced by Rogers with a 20.246. The trophy dash win went to Nichols while the heats were taken by Vogelsang and Rogers. The 20-lap main was similar to the previous night as led the opening portion of the event, this time for eight circuits. As with the night before, it was Rogers who had the stronger car as he maneuvered to the lead on lap nine and held on from there. At the finish it was Rogers sweeping both feature events. Vogelsang placed second while Nichols, Ford and Paiment rounded out the top five.
The Thunder Roadsters were the other division that raced both days. Ronnie O'Neil set fast time on day one with a 17.333 qualifying lap. Aaron Byers claimed the trophy dash win while O'Neil took the heat race. Byers led the opening 1/3 of the 30 lap main before giving way to O'Neil who was able to lead the rest of the way to take the feature win. Byers held off Tommy Payne for second followed by Chris Lawrence and Dax Kinsey.
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Official Track Records
|Bombers||Dustin Walters||17.939||75.25 MPH||April 25, 2015|
|Late Models||Mic Moulton||15.798||85.45 MPH||August 16, 2014|
|Legend cars||Robert Miller||18.310||?||May 14th|
|Mini Stocks||Craig Baker||18.597||72.59 MPH||?|
|Roadrunners||R.C. Brown||19.965||67.62 MPH||July 18, 2015|
|Thunder Roadsters||Paul Peeples Jr.||16.839||80.17 MPH||?|
|North State Modifed Series||Jay Lindstroth||16.100||83.85 MPH||July 5, 2014|
|Spears SRL Southwest Tour Series||Jacob Gomes||15.478||87.22 MPH||June 1, 2013|
|Airport Auto Brokers Late Models||Jeremy Doss||15.413||87.59 MPH||September 30, 2012|
|BCRA Midgets||Dallas Melby||14.977||90.14 MPH||May 19, 2007|
|NASCAR Southwest Tour||Mike Chase||15.051||89.69 MPH||April 27, 1989|
|NASCAR Winston West||Jim Bown||15.732||85.81 MPH||August 25, 1990|
|Nor-Cal Best In The West Late Models||Randy Olson||15.081||89.52 MPH||June 1, 1991|
|Nor-Cal Best In The West Pro Trucks||Rusty Olson||16.405||82.29 MPH||August 29, 1998|
|North State Challenge Series Late Models||Randy Hvall||14.648||92.16 MPH||April 28, 2001|
|Northern California Pro-4 Modifieds||Chris Sarvinski||16.987||79.47 MPH||September 25, 2010|
|Limited Street Stocks||Trevor Miller||17.143||78.75 MPH||?|
|Real Stocks||Shawn Craig||18.763||71.95 MPH||?|
|Sportsman||Mic Moulton||15.762||85.65 MPH||?|
|Super Modifieds||Rebel Jackson, Jr.||12.870||104.89 MPH|
|Super Stocks||Randy Olson||15.173||88.97 MPH||September 29, 1990|
|USAC Western Sprint Car Series||Mike Murgoito||4.625||92.31 MPH||June 11, 2005|