Date: May 29, 2019, 03:00 PM - 09:00 PM MDT
Address: 93301 US-36, Deer Trail, CO, 80105

Add to Calendar Check-in Get Directions

High Plains Raceway is a race track located near Byers, Colorado, USA. The track is one of the newest in the USA, having been constructed in 2008. With its’ rolling terrain and open spaces, HPR is technical, challenging and very safe. Elevation is a major factor of the track, and the maximum difference is 70 feet, a lot for a shorter track! It has a combination of everything, with some high speed corners and a long straight, as well as a slow hairpin.

 

PRICING

Advanced, Intermediate and Novice groups: $135
Join SCCA and Save! Members Pay: $125
Track Tour Laps and Spectating: FREE!

 

TRACK SPECIFIC RULES

  • The entry road speed limit is 25 mph. The paddock speed limit is 10 mph.
  • Decibel limit is 103db at the property line.

 

EVENT SCHEDULE

3:00PM- Gates Open

3:30PM- Worker Meeting (includes Run/Work participants)

3:45PM - MANDATORY KONI NOVICE MEETING (Novice Paddock)

4:00PM - KONI Novice Group: Paced Laps, MANDATORY ADVANCED GROUP and INTERMEDIATE GROUP BRIEFING

4:20PM - Advanced Group: Session 1

    4:25PM - KONI Novice Group: Briefing 1 (Novice Paddock)

4:40PM - Intermediate Group: Session 1

5:00PM - KONI Novice Group: Session 1

5:20PM - Advanced Group: Session 2

    5:25PM - KONI Novice Group: Briefing 2

5:40PM - Intermediate Group: Session 2

6:00PM - Track Tour Laps (Open to All)

6:20PM - KONI Novice Group: Session 2

6:40PM - Advanced Group: Session 3

    6:45PM - KONI Novice Group: Briefing 3

7:00PM - Intermediate Group: Session 3

7:20PM - KONI Novice Group: Session 3

7:40PM - Track Close

9:00PM - Gates Close

* Times are an approximation (Weather and on-track issues can play havoc with a schedule, and sometimes officials might have to improvise to make sure everyone gets the most out of the event.)

 

Click Here for more information about Track Night events at High Plains Raceway.

 

  • High Plains Raceway
    93301 US-36
    Deer Trail, CO 80105
    P: (970)215-6040
  • Comments
    Ryan J.

    I believe the desire is to always use the full track but it really depends on how many corner workers volunteer for that evening. SCCA wants to make sure that the track has adequate eyes on it and so it some cases that means we run the shorter version.  However even with the shorter configuration I have never felt the track was crowded. The staff does a good job sorting out the cars and spacing them as they take to the track for each session.

    Thomas K.

    Ryan, thanks. That’s been my experience as well. I’ve only ever run the shorter course. Fingers crossed for more corner workers. 

    Thomas K.

    Full course?

    Kathy   Barnes

    That is what the map looks like.