Sacramento Raceway Park opened in October 1964 and has been in continuous operation since that time. Situated on expansive acreage in the rolling grasslands south of Mather Air Force Base, this multi-purpose facility (drag strip, motocross, and oval track) has had a rich and storied history. Purchased by Dave and Nancy Smith in 1970, the facility has undergone numerous improvements and upgrades over the years. Today, the racing calendar includes many long-standing special events such as Funny Car Fever in April, Nitro Nite of Fire in May, Famous Fox Hunt in August, and the venerable Governor’s Cup in September. This NHRA affiliated facility recently hosted the Division Seven Summit E T Finals. The NHRA Summit Racing Series features a bracket racing format that allows drivers in various types of vehicles, including dragsters, roadsters, sedans, and coupes, to compete on an equal basis against each other. In addition to three categories of competition for cars, a motorcycle category is also featured. Racers compete for points and cash awards at a number of qualifying events at their home track throughout the year. Drivers who earn the most points are eligible to compete for individual and team honors at the NHRA Summit Racing Series Finals in each of NHRA's seven divisions. At the Division Seven finals in October, fourteen tracks sent teams to Sacramento. After four days of non-stop racing, the stout Sacramento Raceway team finished in 2nd place to defending champion Infineon Raceway. On December 12th, track management held a dinner and awards ceremony at the Sheepherder’s Bar and Grille in Rancho Cordova it honor the triumphs and accomplishments of its Summit Racing Series team. Also feted that night were the track’s outstanding 2010 Junior Dragster and high school competitors. 

Super Pro Champions: Tony Trimp, Michael Corradi, Bill Wood

Pro Champions: Jesse Adams, Steven Parrish, Jeff LaSalle

Sportsman Champion: Jake Guadagnolo

Highschool Champions: Tyler Korranda, Makinna Clevenger

Junior Dragster 8-9 Champions:
Madison Hanser; Nicholas Hickman; and Maycee Leal

Junior Dragster 10-12 Champions:
Mychele Miller; Colton Rainey; Kevin Deal; and, Joey Leal.

Jr Dragster 13-17 Champions:
Makinna Clevenger; Tyler Koranda; Kindra Curley; and, Sierra Crum