Cycleland Speedway

Cycleland Speedway is located in Oroville, California.
Racing at this location contains: 1/8 mile clay oval, motocross, kart.


 

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Outlaw Kart Schedule Update Reminder

(July 1, 2020)…..Due to the fluid situation we are in with the COVID-19 pandemic, our schedule has been through some tweaks this season and we want to make sure everyone is aware of some of the recent changes that were discussed at last week’s Drivers Meeting.

This Saturday (July 4th) we will be racing. It is only a one day show, despite what you may have heard in the rumor mill. The best way to get information regarding schedule changes is to keep up with our Facebook Page, any changes to the schedule will be posted here before you hear them anywhere else.

Also, we have decided to cancel the race on the weekend of July 25th. We have a Flat Track Motorcycle race that will be happening on that weekend instead. It will be a very fun event and we are so excited to bring flat track motorcycle racing back to Cycleland Speedway.

One final note for now. As was discussed in the Drivers Meeting. The QRC Cup Perpetual Trophy Night, originally scheduled for September 5th, will be rescheduled. We have not yet announced a new date for this event, but once we have settled on a date we will make an announcement. Lowell Moural did state that he would like to make this a two day event (Friday/Saturday), so be on the lookout for an announcement regarding this race sometime in the coming weeks

Thank you to everyone for being so understanding and supportive during these strange times. We will see you all at the races this Saturday night for the First Ever Fourth of July Outlaw Kart Event!
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ATTENTION BOX STOCK FAMILIES!

For this Saturday's Fourth of July Event, we would like to invite all of the Box Stocks to participate in the Opening Ceremonies as Flag Karts.

If you have your own flag that you can attach to your kart, please do so. We will have a couple available at the track but recommend bringing your own.

Edit: This includes Beginner Box Drivers as well. The more the merrier!

Thank You and We hope to see you Saturday!
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Saturday July 25th! Flat Track Races!!! Check out the flyer below for information. ...

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Casey Schmitz Doubles Down in Open Class, Scores Career Win #14

(June 29th, 2020)…..Last Saturday night we held Points Race #5 at the Cycleland Speedway. After a late start to the season, we have now gotten in a rhythm with weekly points races. It has been one of the most competitive starts to a season ever, as we have seen incredibly high kart counts, and spectacular racing each and every weekend.

In the Open Class, 2017 Champion, Landon Brooks has jumped out to the early season points lead in his Factory QRC #60L entry. Over the last two weeks though, Casey Schmitz has stormed onto the scene. This year Schmitz is piloting the Tri-C Machine #3c entry and now has scored back to back Main Event Triumphs. Saturday night’s event was a barnburner as he and Landon Brooks paced the field the entire race. Brooks, just never was able to pull the trigger on a move for the race lead. He would settle for second. Third Place went to young Brayden Williams, who was making his first career Main Event start in the Open Class at Cycleland.

In the Box Stock Class we saw another driver score his second straight Main Event win. Racin Gramps scored Win #2 on the season in a dominating performance that saw him cross under the Checkered Flag more than two seconds ahead of the second place finisher Jett Barnes. Barnes currently holds a commanding lead in the Championship Points and is definitely the early season favorite to win the Championship. Third Place went to the #57 of Jake Nuxoll who started deep in the field and charged to a podium finish.

The 250 Intermediate Class saw the older of the Gramps brothers pick up the victory, as Rowdy Gramps picked up his first win of the season. Early in the race, Tater Reich looked to have the field covered but a collision with a spun car cost him a chance at victory. That accident turned the lead over to Gramps and he would never look back. Brax Dietz had a strong showing as he crossed the line in the second position, followed by the defending 250 Intermediate Track Champion, Eric Botelho in the third spot.

In the Open Intermediate Class, Blake Burgess came alive in the second half of the race and drove past everyone including early race leader Dawson Hammes. Burgess was PUMPED UP after the checkered flag flew, and rightfully so. Hammes would hang on to finish in second, subbing for younger brother Carson. We want to send well wishes out to Carson Hammes, he had a hard hit at the end of Points Race #4 and will be taking a couple weeks off before getting back behind the wheel of his #56c. The third place finisher in the Main Event was the #24k of Koa Crane. Koa has been FAST so far this season, he already has multiple fast times to his credit and is a strong Championship contender.

In the Sportsman Class it was “Mr. Excitement” John-Michael Bunch, picking up another Main Event Win. Bunch always lets it all hang out and is a thrill to watch wheel a race car. He got the win over his fellow Championship contender Michael Helwig. Helwig and Bunch have been nearly inseparable on the racetrack so far this season as they seem to be battling each other every single week. Chad Duprey made his first start of the season a good one, as he brought his beautiful #1 kart home in the third position.

We are back in action, Saturday, July 4th with Points Race #6. This Saturday will mark the first time in the nearly 30 year history of Outlaw Kart racing at Cycleland that we will hold a race on July 4th. It should be a lot of fun, with a lot of great racing as usual.
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Tanner Holmes nets first Cycleland Open Division Win During Points Race #3

(June 10th, 2020)…..The 2020 Cycleland Speedway season continued on Saturday night with Points Race #3. For the second consecutive race we saw more than 200 karts sign into the pit area. This week that total was 210, a dropoff of only 12 karts from the previous race. All of the classes provided great close racing making it an all around great show.

In the Open Class it was Tanner Holmes getting his first career Open win at Cycleland. The Jacksonville, Oregon driver has made a name for himself as one of the top drivers in outlaw karts at the moment as he pilots the potent Jimmy Elledge owned, Factory QRC #18t. He had to hold off an early charge from former champion Casey Schmitz and a late race run from his teammate, another former champion, Landon Brooks. Brooks would finish in the second position, while Keagan Medeiros rounded out the podium finishers. The best race of the night was Heat Race #3 for the Open Class. This race saw a battle for the ages between Kaiden Butler and Ryan Foster as the two battled for the transfer spot. The two drivers were clearly not happy with each other and it made for a spectacular display of driving from both of them to not crash and continue their battle to the Checkered Flag.

In the Box Stocks we once again had 46 entries and this week it was young Jett Barnes taking the victory in his #55b entry. Barnes has been a threat in the box stocks over the past two seasons and is now also dabbling in the 250 Intermediate Class as well. Barnes was followed across the line by another young driver with the same first name! Jett Yantis piloted his #4 machine to a second place finish. Third Place went to Biggs, CA driver Logan Pike in his #229 entry.

In the 250 Class Luke Hayes picked up his first 250 win of the season, to go with his Open Int win from Points Race #1. The Dunnigan, CA based driver is off to a hot start in both classes and is looking to put together a Championship season. He was followed across the line by the #10v of Elliott Vannucci, who had a great night! Third place went to Merced, CA driver Aiden Larimer in his #5 entry.

The Open Intermediate Class saw the #88 of Blake Burgess score his first win of the season. Burgess, a member of the famous Becker family has really come into his own in the last couple of seasons and is a serious contender for the OI Championship in 2020. Second Place went to the #24k of Koa Crane. Koa has two fast times already this season and is the early season points leader. He is off to a hot start we will see if he can keep the momentum rolling another week. Third place went to Yuba City driver Seth Standley. Seth celebrated his 14th birthday on Tuesday June 9th, so his podium finish was an early birthday gift to himself!

The Sportsman Class saw Braedon Enos get redemption for his Points Race #1 misfortune. Braedon was leading at the White Flag in race one when a mechanical failure caused him to slow. That was not the case on Saturday night as he scored his first ever Cycleland Speedway victory! Demo Mittry crossed the line in the second position in his mittryconstruction.com #2x. The third step on the podium went to the #21x of Glen McKee.
We are back in action this Saturday Night with Points Race #4. The pit gates will likely be opening early once again if we have a large group of trailers lined up. Please be careful when pulling into the pit area. Plan on karts hitting the track at 4:30 pm, we will monitor the situation throughout the day on Saturday and may move the start time back if needed. See you all on Saturday Afternoon!

A special Thank You to Devin Mayo Photography for providing the Photos to go with this weeks release!
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On this date 20 years ago, a young driver named Kyle Larson won his first of what is now 79 Career Feature Wins at the Cycleland Speedway. Kyle has more wins in his career than any other drivers and we at Cycleland Speedway are proud of the things he has gone on to accomplish in his career so far! ...

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Unfortunately we are RAINED OUT for today’s Outlaw Kart event. We will try again next Saturday night! ...

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