Rocky Mountain Raceways supersizes with Big Rig Shootout

Big Rig schedule

WEST VALLEY CITY ‒ Supersize it.

Rocky Mountain Raceways will look to go big on Saturday when it welcomes the annual Big Rig Shootout to the America First Credit Union Super Oval.4T1A6326 (2)

The Big Rig Shootout is just as the name suggests. It’s big, thundering semi trucks decked out for the racetrack instead of the open road, battling it out with other ground-pounding se

It’s definitely not your average oval race, it’s supersized.

These big boys will be on display Saturday night at RMR as part of an exciting night of racing that will also include K1 Speed Super Stocks, Jr. Stingers, Tucker Towing Double4T1A6087 (2)-Deckers and Pro Race Trucks running a 75-lap showdown presented by Sharp Transportation.

Gates open at 4 p.m., with qualifying set for 5 p.m. and heat races at 6 p.m. The main events will get underway at approximately 7:15 p.m.


Oval Racing Series rumbles on this weekend at Rocky Mountain Raceways

Oval schedule for May 14WEST VALLEY CITY ‒ After its 2016 season opener was rained out last weekend, Rocky Mountain Raceways will look to fire up even more action this Friday and Saturday with racing planned for all three of its tracks.

The feature event of the weekend will take place Saturday on the America First Credit Union Super Oval with an Oval Racing Series event. That’s when RMR will debut its new Shoqwave Late Model racing class. In addition, University Federal Credit Union Sprint Cars will be in action along with Midgets, Sommers Auto Wrecking Hornets and the always-exciting Brandon Park Roofing Figure 8 Trains.

Gates will open at 4 p.m. Saturday, followed by qualifying at 5 p.m., heat races at 6 p.m. and then it’s on to the main events, which are slated to begin at approximately 7 p.m.

On Friday, RMR will kick off its drag racing season with a Summit ET Series event on the Young Kia Drag Strip. Gates will open at 2:30 p.m., with racers slated to be on the track at 4:30 p.m.

Also on Friday, RMR’s newly remodeled motocross track will roar to life for its second MX race of the season.

Gates for that event will open at 3 p.m., with riders on the track at 5 p.m. The racing will begin at 6:15 p.m.

As if that schedule isn’t busy enough, there are also three youth events in store this week;  

Beginning Thursday at 5 p.m. there is an Edge Powersports Mini MX Series race on the Motocross Track then on Friday at 7 p.m. there will be a Quarter Midget race on the America First Credit Union Super Oval. And on Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m., there will be a Jr. Drag Racing Series event on the Young Kia Drag Strip.

Beginning Friday at 7 p.m. there will be a Quarter Midget race on the America First Credit Union Super Oval. And on Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m., there will be a Jr. Drag Racing Series event on the Young Kia Drag Strip.



We are now hiring for the following positions…

SAFETY TEAM – Contact: Tom Pyles, Safety Director
EMT-B, Advanced or Paramedic Levels. All new students that have not completed their courses or State exams will still be honored and applications will be taken. Safety Team members are responsible for the safety and basic medical needs of all our staff, racers and spectators on the Oval Track, Drag Strip and Motocross Track. We include on sight training in Medical, Fire Suppression and Extrication. Training will also include classroom knowledge and understanding of several types of fuels as well as many types of cars, trucks, motorcycles, etc. Training will be credited for your EMS hours. Airmed Staff will also be available for several credited classes given.

MOTOCROSS TRACK – Contact: Curt Stewart, Motocross Manager
Positions open for Managers Assistant, On Track Flaggers and Scorekeepers.
Managers Assistant responsible for MX facility prep for daily events, keeping signage/banners looking nice, checking lighting, watering track, gate and equipment clean up, event prep as needed for sign ups, event help with flagging and other misc jobs as assigned by manager. Availability during the events and during the week. Must be a fast learner and not afraid to work in the dirt.
On Track Flaggers are responsible for monitoring the bikes on track and watching for safety incidents, cautions, etc. Also responsible for keeping the track watered when needed. Must be able to lift 50-75 lbs, be able to work in the dirt and all weather conditions, as well as be available on event days.
Scorekeepers are responsible for keeping track of the bike numbers as they come across the finish line during a race. Also responsible for keeping track of track cutting, and those who do not complete the course.

OVAL TRACK – Contact: Dan Breach, Oval Track Manager
Positions open for Pit Stewards, Tech and Scorekeepers.

DRAG STRIP STAFF – Contact: Ron Craft, Drag Strip Manager
Positions open for Vehicle Tech, Staging Area Personnel, Timing Shed and Tower Help.

EVENT STAFF – Contact: Scott Green, Event Staff Manager
Responsibilities: Provide the primary level of guest assistance for the facility. Required to have a thorough knowledge of building policies, procedures and event requirements. Provide access control, crowd management and ensure the venue is safe for guests. Provide guests with directions or other venue information. Act upon all comments/complaints in a prompt and friendly manner. Ensure a safe and fun environment for all guests, staff and participants .
Qualifications: 18 years of age or older, Friendly and personable. Excellent customer service skills required! A team player. Must work well with others. Must be available nights and weekends.

TICKETING – Contact: Zeidy Jeffery, Ticketing Manager
Cashiers and Ticket Takers needed. Excellent customer service skills required.

MAINTENANCE – Contact: Bob Carpenter, Facilities & Maintenance Manager at (801) 252-9557
Responsibilities include: Prepping the facility for daily events, collecting garbage after events, keeping the restrooms stocked with paper products, cleaning spills throughout the facility.

CONCESSIONS – Contact: Doug Binstock, Food and Beverage Manager
All positions open: Cooks, Back Line help, Food Prep, Cashiers and Beer Servers.
All Food Service workers are required to have a Food Handlers Permit prior to working. All Beer service employees are required to have a Serve Safe Permit and a WVC Work Card prior to working.

PROMOTION STAFF – Contact: Jim Burton, Marketing Communications Director
The Promotion Team is responsible for Mascot assistance, downtime entertainment, off site promotions and fan interaction. Must be very energetic and dependable.

AUDITING – Contact: Cathy Strickling, Controller



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Rocky Mountain Raceways
6555 West 2100 South
West Valley City, Utah 84128