Wednesday, 26 February 2014 23:20
Copyright: Kalaeloa Raceway Park. Photographer: Nick Latulip
Saturday, 01 February 2014 00:00
At the following links you will find the 2014 Season Rules. Click the link to read and print these rules.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at (808) 782-7432 or email@example.com
Kalaeloa Raceway Park
Sunday, 22 December 2013 19:05
All of us here at Kalaeloa Raceway Park would like to give a huge MAHALO to Gerard Elmore & his crew for coming out and putting together this wonderful video of our track in action! And another big MAHALO to Cliff Poteet (Mini-Truck & Hula-X racer) for introducing Gerard to the Grace Ohana & KRP. Filmed with Black Magic Cameeras in an anamorphic presentation, this is one epic video. Please enjoy and share with your friends and let'em know there's more to come in 2014!
Thursday, 06 February 2014 20:41
Hello Racers and Supporters,
We have posted the video from the Hawaiian Affairs Committee Briefing held on Jan 17th, 2014.
If you have been following the story thus far by watching our videos, you will know that we had given the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) until December 31st to contact us with a plan to address and resolve our issues concerning Kalaeloa Raceway Park.
As a result of this, we reached out to our Senators and requested an informational briefing on the actions of DHHL with the Hawaiian Affairs Committee, that was then held on Friday, January 17th at the State Capitol. We considered this the to be the next step in resolving our current situation.
The end result of this meeting was that the Hawaiian Affairs Committee recognized the problems derived from DHHL's actions, including a Personality Driven administration and the fact that DHHL has the right to exempt their properties from permitting requirements such as the letter originally allowing KRP to operate without them plus the other companies that are continuing to be exempted.
In addition, the Comittee identified that Kalaeloa Raceway Park detrimentally relied on the guidance provided initially by DHHL, and asked DHHL whether they could grandfather and work out our issues due to that detrimental reliance. It was also suggested that DHHL recognize our need and allow us to use the lower portion of our property as originally agreed to in our revocable permit.
We are very pleased that the Senate recognized our issues and look forward to sitting down with DHHL with a proposed solution.We'll keep you updated on our progress and thank you for your support.
The video contains testimony and Q&A from DHHL, KRP owner Mr. George Grace III, Sabrina Grace, Michael Kitchens, and the Hawaiian Affairs Committee.
Of special note, please follow the links to specific segments of the briefing:
Testimony of George Grace III & Sabrina Grace
DHHL questioned upon whether their permitting policy is by written guidance, and why was KRP allowed to be exempted initially. DHHL admits ability to exempt:
Definition of Detrimental Reliance & how it affects KRP:
Suggestion to grandfather KRP due to Detrimental Reliance:
Revocable Permit allows KRP to bring in moderate amount of dirt with exemption and prior approval:
Under Detrimental Reliance, the victim (KRP) is made whole:
Personality Driven Exemptions:
Senator Clayton Hee definse that DHHL should not conduct policy by written guidelines, not verbal discussion
KRP Owner, George Grace III Q&A:
Proof that other companies have and are still being exempted by DHHL:
Michael Kitchens provides information on sensitive cultural sites on lower portion of property, and that HCDA/DHHL shoud have known this information:
KRP would like to thank the following people who provided public testimony for and against the project. It's important for everyone to take part in our legislative system and we are appreciative of anyone who participates in the government process.
The following attached testimony is public knowledge and you may click to read their testimony.
Wednesday, 22 January 2014 18:13
Are you ready for an all new season of motorsports action? We certainly are, and we've got the dates to prove it! As always, our Google Calendar has been updated with the latest dates and information. In addition, we've provided the list below so you can mark your calendars now! Don't forget, you can also subscribe to our Google Calendar for all of the latest updates!
STOCK CAR AND HULACROSS ARE NOW SEPARATE EVENTS!
Stock Car Test & Tune - Feb 9th - CANCELLED
Stock Car Test & Tune - Feb 23rd
Stock Car Season Opener - March 15th
SCCA RallyCross - March 22nd
Sand Drags Season Opener - March 23rd
Hula-X/Moto-X Season Opener - March 30th
New Registration Rules
1. Driver Profiles are now mandatory. Profiles/Registration Card must be filled out FULLY and LEGIBLY or they will not be accepted.
2. Driver Photos are now mandatory. A photo must be on file before registration can be completed. All photos will be used in upcoming media productions as well as the website, so please dress appropriately.
3. Once the Profile/Registration Card is complete, your photo has been taken, then you may proceed to register your vehicle.
NO PROFILE, NO PHOTO, NO RACE.
Registration for Numbers is $25. After March 15th, any unregistered numbers will be up for grabs.
Please see the individual calendar dates for specific times.
General Admission is $10, $15 with Pit Pass, Children 5 & under free. To enter the pits, you must be 13 years of age or older. We also offer military discount.
ABSOLUTELY NO CHILDREN UNDER 13 ALLOWED WITHIN THE PITS. PARENTS, PLEASE ATTEND TO YOUR CHILDREN.
No pets or alcohol allowed.
Call (808) 782-7432 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
All information is subject to change. Please review the website for current updates.
More calendar dates to come soon!
Sunday, 22 December 2013 21:42
Aloha once again, Racefans and Supporters of Kalaeloa Raceway Park.
The following 2-part video contains Dec 17th testimony against and for the continued operation of Kalaeloa Raceway Park as well as discussion between the leasee, Mr. George Grace Jr and the Hawaiian Homes Commission.
We invite you to watch this informative video and join us in our support of Kalaeloa Raceway Park. Mahalo.
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