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Rockyview Motorsports Park Update

I am beyond thrilled to post this blog update regarding Rockyview Motorsports Park
(copied from their Facebook page):

"If all goes as we hope our goal will to be open for the 2015 season. There is still a lot of work that we need to do. Financing will not be the problem as we are very, very close to getting it all done and in place."

Rejoice Calgary drag racers, it appears we will once again have a Home Town Track in 2015!
 

Calgary World of Wheels

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Feb 26, 2013

Dark Side Racing was thrilled to be a part of this years World of Wheels.  We have to give a shout out to Tom and Cathy Meheden - they supplied a top notch venue for Calgary's gearheads and car buffs!
Calgary is home to some incredibly passionate drag racing enthusiasts and we weren't at all surprised that almost everyone we chatted with (and there were many!) asked us about the status of Rockyview Motorsports Park. Sadly, our inquiries remain unanswered so, at this time, no new information appears to be forthcoming. Rest assured, we will keep you up to date if we hear anything. 

Dark Side Racing Attending SAIT Open House

The Dark Side Racing Top Fuel Dragster will be on display at the SAIT Campus February 8 & 9 as part of SAIT's Winter Open House 2013. 
SAIT's Open House is one of the best opportunities to ask questions, meet their instructors, tour the campus and get a feel for life at SAIT.
Come check out the fastest accelerating racing vehicle on the Planet, and find your future at SAIT.

Top Fuel Dragster - ready for World of Wheels

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More than a just race car, Dark Side Racing delivers sponsors the complete Top Fuel Drag Racing experience.
Dark Side Racing will accelerate your advertising opportunities with the unparalleled ability to reach and deliver Southern Alberta's loyal drag racing demographics directly to Rockyview Motorsports Park sponsors, potential sponsors and VIP's.

 

New motorsports race track proposed near Airdrie

By Deborah Tetley, Calgary Herald July 26, 2012

CALGARY — The wheels are in motion to open a new, $27-million motorsports park in the Calgary area after the popular Race City was shuttered last year, creating a void for racing enthusiasts.

The proposed track, called Rockyview Motorsports Park, would operate on 1,200 hectares east of Airdrie and is being billed as “a world-class auto racing facility.”

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