Evergreen Speedway hosted Mayors and City Council Members on Chamber of Commerce Night Presented by Foster Press last Saturday. Donna Foster welcomed the dignitaries who attended in pre-race ceremonies, along with Traci Hobbs from High Road Promotions. The Mayor of Monroe, Geoffrey Thomas, along with Marysville Council member Jeff Seibert, Stanwood Mayor Lynard Kelly, Edmonds Council member Phil Butler, Kirkland Council member Shelley Kloba, Snohomish Council member Michael Rohrscheib, Goldbar Mayor Linda Loen and Arlington Council member Jesica Stickles all participated in the 2 5-lap races in Stinger 8 cars. The races were started by Grand Marshal Nicola Smith, the Mayor of Lynnwood.
Jeff Seibert from Marysville won the first race with Snohomish Council member Michael Rorscheib taking the checkered flag in the second race. Congratulations to those two, and to all who came out to the track.
There was plenty of power on display at the Super Speedway of the West, but none quite as impressive as the power displayed by the K-9 unit from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office as they wowed the crowd in a simulated chase during intermission. The Evergeen Speedway Pace Car played the part of the bad guy, and 3 Sheriff K-9 vehicles chased the yellow Camaro all over the track until the “perp” stopped the pace car and the K-9 division went to work. It was amazing to witness the intensity of the German Shepard taking the driver to the ground, and proving to those in attendance that those animals mean business! Thanks to Deputy Wallin and his dog Ronin for not only what they displayed at the track, but what they along with the entire Snohomish County Sheriff’s K-9 unit does to protect us. Check out their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SnoCoSheriffK9 for more information and videos from Evergreen Speedway.
There was racing Saturday night! 5 Classes took to the 3/8’s oval and Figure 8 track. As hard as it is to believe, the season in on its back half, and it has been fun to watch how important qualifying and heat races are becoming. Toby Jenkins set fast time in the Buzz Inn Steakhouse Figure 8’s, Nick Gunderson topped the field in the Outlaw Figure 8’s, Scott Burby was quickest in the Foster Press Mini Stocks, Aaron Greene spun a lap of 19.592 for the NW Pro 4 Trucks and season points leader Mike Holden qualified first of the 14 cars that timed in for the Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Models with his lap time of 16.611. All competitors battled extreme high track temperatures during qualifying and heat races as well.
The Northwest Pro 4 Trucks were the first main event of the evening. 25 laps on the hot and slick 3/8’s oval. Rick Shaver started the race on the pole and led the first lap of the race until coming off turn 4, his truck shut itself off and Rick had to pull into the infield. Jessica Wilkenson also retired with only one lap completed. Doug Wilkenson and Matt Greene battled hard for the lead during most of the race, with Greene maintain the slim lead over the 27 truck of Wilkenson. Rod Helmuth, like he has done so many times before in his long racing career, methodically worked his way to the front, eventually taking the lead and the checkered flag. Wilkenson finished 2nd, with 3rd place going to Matt Greene, who also won the heat race earlier in the day.
The Outlaw Figure 8’s were up next. As mentioned above, Nick Gunderson set fast time earlier, but it was the #40 car of Seth Funden that had a night that he has been waiting for all season long. Seth debuted a new car at the beginning of the season that is not only incredible to look at, but is also the only fuel-injected Outlaw Figure 8 car that runs at Evergreen. Seth has been improving week by week and with both his heat race victory and 25 lap main event win this past Saturday night, it was good to see the hard work that Seth and his team have put into their car have some success. Seth did the wire-to-wire job on the field, with Nick Gunderson finishing 2nd and Chris Curtis taking 3rd. Curtis and John Carlson were tied coming into the night for the season championship. Carlson finished 4th in the main, and finished ahead of Curtis in the heat race, so check out the points standings on http://organisation.mylaps.com/championship/view.jsp?id=42580#_ga=1.209619477.600432678.1377546109 to keep track of what should be an exciting point’s battle.
The Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8’s also had a wire-to-wire main event winner in Jessica Gray. She also took the first spot in the heat race. In what is shaping up to be an exciting points race as the season winds down, Matt Somerville came into the day leading Lance Ograin by a slim 3 point margin with Brandon Lindberg in 3rd only 7 points out of the lead. But it all girl power in the main, as Jessica picked up her 2nd main event win of 2015. Brandon Lindberg helped out his season championship cause with his 2nd place finish with Toby Jenkins finishing 3rd.
Trenton Moriarty continued his flat out domination in the Foster Press Mini Stock with yet another main event win keeping the streak alive. Starting 5th on the field, Moriarty as is the norm, worked his way efficiently through the field, taking the lead on lap 4 and never looked back, surviving a late race caution and restart with Scott Burby lined up next to the 24 of Moriarty. As he’s done all season long, Trenton nail the restart and off to the checkered flag he went. Burby finished 2nd with Travis Blackwood getting his first podium finish by hanging on for 3rd. On his Angel of the Winds Victory Circle interview, Trenton announced that he will be behind the wheel of a Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Model as part of the field August 1st on day one of the King of the Wing Weekend.
Rounding out the night was the 75 lap main event for the Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Models. 14 cars started the race, with Doni Wanat on the pole due to the 6 car invert pulled by fast qualifier Mike Holden. Doni came into the night 2nd in season championship points, and let the early portion of the race. Luke Selliken took over the lead a third of the way into the event and cruised to his second victory of 2015. Luke was fresh off an impressive showing in the Central Welding Supply 125 the previous weekend, leading a ton of laps in that event, and seems to be a lock for the Rookie of the Year and possibly a top five in the season point’s race. Last season’s champion Mike Holden still leads in points for this season, with Wanat close enough behind to make for an interesting scenario as the season winds down. The teams have this weekend off, but return for a packed weekend on August 1stand 2nd as the division runs both days. The race on the 1st puts them on the 3/8’s and then they switch it up and attack the 5/8’s on Sunday the 2nd as part of the King of the Wind weekend.
Up this weekend is Formula Drift presented by GoPro. The huge 3 day event runs from Thursday through Saturday. Check out all the info on http://www.formulad.com/schedule/monroe . Advanced tickets are available at www.evergreenspeedway.com. This is one of the most highly anticipated and well attended shows of the year, so get your tickets now!
August will be a huge month at Evergreen Speedway, with the Rory Price Memorial as part of the King of the Wing Weekend on the 1st and 2nd. The Figure 8 Nationals are on August 8th, then the following weekend will be the return of the K&N Pro Series West to Evergreen Speedway. The Budweiser Fan Fest takes place on Friday the 14th, then on Saturday it will be the NAPA Auto Parts NASCAR K&N Pro Series West 150 and the Michaels Toyota Super Late Model 150, both events on the big 5/8’s oval.
Frontier Family Night happens on August 22nd and features the Street Stock Nationals, and then the Evergreen State Fair starts on August 27th with the Rairdon Dodge Northwest Truck Pulls.
Check out www.evergreenspeedway.com for all the information you need on upcoming events. Don’t forget to bring you radio to the race track and tune in 101.9 FM to hear all the action. Also, check out our Facebook page for up to date happenings at the Super Speedway of the West.
Pre-Registration is no longer available. Please sign up at the back gate on Sunday
Pre-Registration is no longer available. Please sign up at the back gate on Sunday
Pre-Registration is no longer available. Please sign up at the back gate on Sunday
Just to clarify that both the streets and minis will be on the 3/8s for their races during King of the Wing Weekend.
The Tri-Track Super Late Model Series made their second appearance at Evergreen Speedway last Saturday night with the running of the Central Welding Supply 125 on the 3/8’s mile oval. A starting field of 16 cars took to the track, with Tumwater WA second generation driver Parker Stephens on the pole with Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Model driver Shane Sawin lined up outside Stephens. Fast time qualifier Shane Harding drew a 5 car invert earlier in the day.
At the drop of the green flag, Stephens maintained a 2-3 car length lead over Rookie of the Year contender Luke Selliken. The Portland OR based driver was fresh off his first career victory on the 3/8’s the last time the division ran on the track.
Stephens was able to hold off both Selliken and veteran Garett Evans through cautions on lap 39 and 46 using the bottom lane to get the grip he needed. On lap 56, Selliken took over the lead until a caution on lap 73 involving former Evergreen Super Late Model Champions Shane Harding and John Zaretzke in turn 3 bunched up the field for the ensuing restart. Selliken, as he has been doing all season long nailed the restart with Evans in second and Stephens in third.
Garrett Evans used a nice move going into turn 2 on lap 90 to take the lead until the caution flag flew once again on lap 96. Two laps later, Evans was forced into the pits with a cut left rear tire handing the lead back to the 3 car of Selliken. With the laps winding down, it appeared as if it was Sellikens race to lose. Last season’s division champion Mike Holden effectively worked his way into the top 3 with Andy Sole and Doni Wanat behind Holden.
Contact between leader Selliken and Stephens coming into turn 4 caused Selliken to spin, allowing Stephens to slip by and retake the lead with 4 laps to go. Tri-Track Super Late Model rules dictate that the race must finish under 5 consecutive laps of green flag racing, so off to overtime we go!
Stephens withstood a furious charge by Holden who tried to make a move on the outside on the white flag lap, but Stephens did a great job holding his line and took the checkered flag. Holden hung on for 2nd and Andy Sole finished 3rd. Finishing 4th on the night was Doni Wanat, who is in an interesting position with both the Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Model division and the Tri-Track Super Late Model Series. Wanat, who is driving both series in 2015 finds himself in 2nd place in each one. Doni is only 5 points back of Garrett Evans in the TTSLMS and coming into Saturdays race 20 points behind defending champion Mike Holden.
Parker Stephens commented after the race “ We fought a tight car most of the night and Holden made it tough there at the end but he raced me clean and I was able to hold the bottom groove (in the closing laps) to get the win.” Stephens is making occasional races at Evergreen this season, along with events at South Sound Speedway and the SRL Southwest Tour for NTS Motorsports.
The next event scheduled for the TTSLMS is July 31st at Stateline Speedway for the Idaho 200.
In other racing action Saturday at the Super Speedway of the West, Trenton Moriarty continues his dream season in the Foster Press Mini Stock division, keeping his undefeated streak intact with a 25 lap victory over Scott Burby and Devin Kessler. Moriarty set fast time in qualifying with a lap of 18.874. The race was stopped midway due to a vicious hit into the turn 4 wall by Brad Thomas. Thomas was understandably shaken up but walked to the ambulance under his own power. Moriarty nailed the restart and off to the checkered flag he went. Look for Trenton to get his first shot in a Super Late Model coming up soon!
The Monroe Grocery Outlet Super Stock Figure 8’s ran a main event typical of what they have been running all season long. An outstanding field of 14 cars qualified, with 12 starting the main. Fast time qualifier and season points leader Quenton Borreson took his rebuilt Dave Brandnenberg owned car from the back to the front for yet another win, with Steve Peters driving is V8 car to a 2nd place finish and Tony Hill piloted his #80 car to 3rd.
Chad Fitzpatrick continued his quest for the Championship in the Les Schwab Street Stock division with his 3rd main event win in 2015. Steve Woods placed second and Steve Ptacek finished 3rd. Fitzpatrick came into the event with a slim 2 point lead over defending champion Roger Drake, and helped his cause out immensely with Drake’s 5th place finish. Chad’s father Shawn Fitzpatrick mentioned that the time is getting closer and closer to move Chad up to a Super Late Model. The teams now have a very welcomed 2 weeks off until they return to the 5/8’s oval on August 2nd as part of day 2 of the King of the Wing Weekend August 1st and 2nd.
The Interstate Battery Hornets put 19 cars to the track for their road course 25 lap main event. Cody Hoopes in the 10X PMS Power car takes the win over season points leader Mike Ridley with Cullen Hubbard finishing 3rd.
Coming up this weekend is Chamber of Commerce Night Presented by Foster Press. Join a fun and action packed night of business networking and racing at the Whelen NASCAR Night & Foster Press Chamber Night at the Races. The Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Models return to the 3/8’s, along with the Foster Press Mayors Cup Race of City Officials, Outlaw Figure 8 Racing, Foster Press NASCAR Mini Stocks, Buzz Inn Stinger 8s, and the Northwest Pro 4 Trucks. Puget Sound area Chamber of Commerce member can receive 2 complimentary tickets by using this link onwww.evergreenspeedway.com to RSVP: http://www.evergreenspeedway.com/schedule-2/chambernight/.
Tickets for this event are available at www.evergreenspeedway.com, or call the Speedway Office at 360-805-6100. Make sure and check out Evergreen Speedway on social media. Like us on Facebook and use the Twitter handle #WAstateNASCAR to get the latest info on all that is happening at Evergreen. See you at the races!
When you have sunny skies, a group of racers that chose Evergreen Speedway to hold their 50th anniversary celebration, 5 divisions of racers and a hot crowd in the grandstands, it makes it easy to appreciate what a special place we get to call out home track!
The FSCRA celebrated 50 years of racing both under the grandstands and out on the track this past Saturday. It was amazing to see the memorabilia that former FSCRA members brought for fans to check out. From programs created in the 60’s, hundreds of pictures from all the greats that ran with this club over the years to an assortment of cars from back in the day, jackets, banners, to several DVD’s and tapes showing how exciting the racing was back then. Tony Deegan and all the people who made the Foreign Stock Car Racing Association so special hit it out of the park with what they provided fans to appreciate truly deserve a huge Thank You for what they did Saturday.
The West Coast Vintage Modifieds started the main event action. Kyten Jones started off the race leading the first nine laps until Bobby Wheeler Jr. used a move on the outside to pass Jones and managed to hold the lead until the checkered flag waved. Robert Rux brought his car to the line to finish 2nd with Kyten Jones finshing 3rd.
The FSCRA Super 4’s were up next for their 25 lap main. Federal Way’s Kayla Pittman led the first 6 laps until John Grosvenor took over the lead and never looked back on his way to the win. Tom Pinkowski was listed as the driver of the 2nd place finisher, and I have to apologize for not noting whom was behind the wheel, but I do know that Max Shroeder finished 3rd!
The Interstate Battery Hornets took to the road course for their 25 lap main event, Steve Garka lead the first 4 laps of the race. Cody Hoopes took his 10X car past Garka and led until a caution came out on lap 17. Point’s leader Mike Ridley came into contact with another car causing the entire right side door skin to come off the 66. Mike did an impressive job working through traffic to assume the lead for good on lap 21. Ridley finished 1st, last week’s winner Scott Hunt took 2nd and Cody Hoopes hung on for 3rd.
The Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8’s were up next for a 30 lap race. Coming into the race, 2nd generation driver Brandon Lindberg was 4th in division points, behind Matt Sommerville (1st), Lance Ograin (2nd) and Cody Hoopes (3rd). Lindberg did a wire-to-wire job on the field for his first win in 2015. Sommerville finished 2nd and Lance Ograin took 3rd. The race was an emotional one for Ograin, as he and his family lost Lance’s Grandfather Dick Ograin a few days earlier. The rooting section in the grandstands consisting of the Ograin family and friends were loud and proud as Lance paid a fitting tribute on the victory platform.
The Monroe Grocery Outlet Super Stock Figure 8’s finished up the night, with several new cars with familiar names behind the wheel. It was good to see Rich Groshong back running on the F8 course once again. Point’s leader Quenton Borreson set fast time earlier in the day, causing him to have to start at the back of the field. Bill Fleischacker led some of the early portion of the race along with Eric Allision until Doug Delfel took the lead on lap 10. Allison got the lead back 2 laps later only to get passed by Borreson who had drove his way through the field. Delfel re-assumes the lead one lap later and holds it until a wreck involving Devin Jenkins and Quenton Borreson on lap 15. Jenkins hit Borreson in the left rear quarter of the 17 car, but Quenton managed to get his car restarted and soldiered on. Doug Delfel eventually won this wild race, with Borreson managing to finish 2nd and Tony Hill finished 3rd. The top 3 came up to the Angel of the Winds Winners Circle, but Borreson was feeling the after effects of his incident with Jenkins. Quenton told me that he can’t recall ever getting hit as hard as this time, and he’ll be dealing with some sore ribs for a while, but a nice break in the schedule will have the “One Armed Bandit” healed up and ready to go when the division races again on July 11th.
Coming up this weekend is an event being billed as “The Biggest Race of the Year” and rightfully so! The 4th Annual Evergreen Speedway Summer Showdown starts off with Budweiser Speedweeks, including the Summer Showdown Karting Challenge being held at TRAXX Indoor Raceway in Mukilteo on Wednesday June 24th from 6:30 to 9:00 PM. There will be a pizza party and no host bar. You can register by contacting Shonda at 360-805-6100 or by email at email@example.com.
Thursday the 25th will be practice on the 5/8’s for Showdown teams only. Practice is free to those in the grandstands and will run from 4:00 to 8:30 PM. Northsound Racing will be broadcasting their show live from practice from 5:00 to 6:15 PM. If you can’t make it to practice, you can listen to Northsound Racing on FOXSPORTS 1380-KRKO Radio. There will be a BBQ after practice for the teams practicing that night.
Friday June 26th will start at 4:30 with qualifying for the Summer Showdown Super Late Models along with qualifying for the Les Schwab Street Stocks and Foster Press Mini Stocks. Opening ceremonies start at 7:00 PM, then we will start the 25 lap Super Late Model qualifying races, along with 30 lap main events for the Street Stocks and Mini Stocks.
Saturday will start with qualifying for the Northwest Pro 4 Alliance cars at 2:30. After that, there will be a Showdown drivers and spotters meeting at the flag stand. The Showdown Last Chance Qualifier race will go off at 4:00 PM for 50 laps. The 40 lap Main Event for the Northwest Pro 4 Alliance cars starts at 5:30. Opening ceremonies for the Summer Showdown will begin at 6:30 and the feature event, the 200 lap Summer Showdown will begin after that.
We are honored to have as our Grand Marshall for this epic event, Delisa “Mama” Lynch, known to Seattle Seahawk fans as the mother of Hawks running back Marshawn Lynch. “I’m so excited to be coming back to Evergeen Speedway this weekend” Mama Lynch said on Northsound Racing last Thursday. “I know that the fans are so excited to have an event like this occur in their backyard and I’m honored to be a part of it”
For tickets for this event, go to www.evergeenspeedway.com or call the speedway office at 360-805-6100. Make sure and bring your radio to the Speedway and tune to 101.9 FM for a unique way to get coverage of the event and live play by play along with pit reports.
Summer Showdown will be be a flat 25 Points for Friday Night Heat races for Evergreen Super Late Model track points. National NASCAR points will be awarded for the Showdown race on Saturday.
It was Driver Reunion night presented by Seattle Suntan at Evergreen Speedway last Saturday night along with an Evergreen Speedway Hall of Fame celebration attended by many surviving members of this prestigious group. There was also a Memorial presentation honoring the members of the 5 Hall of Famers that have passed on in the past year, including remembrances of Mick Tomlin, Don Perry, Gordy Stewart, Ron Daggett and Donnie Scriver.
Five classes took to the track on a bright, sunny Saturday afternoon. Qualifying started off the day, with Aaron Green setting fast time in the Northwest Pro 4 Trucks, Quenton Borreson in the Monroe Grocery Outlet Super Stock Figure 8’s, Mike Holden in the Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Model Series, and Trenton Moriarty qualified first in the 27 car field for the Outlaw Compact Super Series. Moriarty set the fast time on his first of two qualifying laps, and as he was coming out of turn two on his second lap, suspension issues halted his progress and was towed back to his pit stall. The Les Schwab Street Stock division set their heat race and main event line-ups based on points.
In the first main event of the night, the Northwest Pro 4 Trucks took to the 3/8’s oval, with eleven trucks making up the field. Rick Shaver took the early lead, and managed to keep it for the first 2/3rds of the race. Doug Wilkenson experienced issues on restarts, and it seemed like his truck couldn’t get out of its own shadow until it finally came to life all the while losing positions. When his truck finally got wound back up, he was flying. An incident later in the race brought out a caution, and leader Rick Shaver left the track. On the restart, Wilkenson had the same results, but his truck roared to life and on the white flag lap, he made a thrilling move out of turn 4 to get his first win of 2015 over Pete Brady and Aaron Green.
The Monroe Grocery Outlet Super Stock Figure 8’s were up next for their 25 lap main event. 10 cars took to the track in a relatively “tame” race. As expected, the “One Armed Bandit” continued on his way to his second consecutive championship in this division with a start at the back of the field and precision driving to the front for the win. Doug Delfel in a new car that he described on the Angel of the Winds victory stage as “Not so much fun to drive….yet” finished 2nd and Devin Jenkins took 3rd.
In the Les Schwab Street Stock’s, 18 cars showed up to battle it out on the 3/8’s. Current point’s leader Chad Fitzpatrick had a busy week, what with graduation from high school and all. After the thrilling victory he pulled off last Saturday, the 12 team were looking to make it 3 wins in a row, but while Chad was feeling fine, the car wasn’t. Chad got mired in traffic in the 30 lap main, and just couldn’t get the wick turned up resulting in a 6th place finish. Duane Schoesbeck returned to Evergreen Speedway to pick up the win going away, with Carl Davidson putting in his best effort of the season placing 2nd with Roger Drake following in 3rd.
The feature race of the night was the 50 lap “Mini Mania” race for the Outlaw Compact Series. It was awesome to see racers from the Wenatchee Valley Super Oval, Yakima Speedway and most of the regulars of the Foster Press Mini Stock division run this race. To add to the diversity of compact cars, several Northwest Pro 4 Trucks entered the race, including earlier main event winner Doug Wilkenson. As mentioned above, Trenton Moriarty, current points leader at Evergreen and undefeated in main events this season set fast time for this race. Evergreen regular Scott Burby burst to the lead and held it through several caution flags. Long time racer in the Outlaw Compacts Nat Barber, racing at his home track found himself hitting the inside wall coming into turn 3 halting the race while making sure that Barber was okay. The crowd gave Nat a nice round of applause upon hearing that Nat was unharmed. His race car however is a way different story. Another one of those flags involved the NWP4T of Wilkenson, hitting the front stretch wall hard, retiring him from the race. Trenton Moriarty shucked and jived his way through traffic to take the lead and win going away. Scott Burby held off a furious charge by NWP4T driver Jason Majors to finish 2nd and Majors took home the 3rd place trophy.
The Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Models made their final appearance at Evergreen Speedway until the 4th Annual Summer Showdown with a 75 lap main on the 3/8’s oval. 15 cars timed in earlier in the day. Rookie of the Year contender Luke Selliken, driving for Mike Barrett Motorports comes up from Portland Oregon to race with the best in the Northwest, started up front and was never seriously threatened on his way to his first victory in a Super Late Model. Luke had his restarts down to a science, holding off last year’s champion Mike Holden for 3-4 times. “I can’t believe what just happened” Selliken said from the Angel of the Winds Casino Hotel victory stage, “I was getting kind of tired towards the end, but it’s an amazing feeling to get a win on this class. Can’t wait for the Showdown!” Holden finished 2nd and Shane Sawin made his first podium finish this season with his 3rd place finish.
In a night filled with a lot of memories, both from the past and present, a highlight was the individual selected to give the command to start the engines for the Super Late Model main event. Mickey Beadle was the promoter/operator of Evergreen Speedway for 25+ years, and after being introduced commented on the outstanding effort put in by the staff of High Roads Promotions in resurrecting Evergreen Speedway to its former glory. Mickey and the Beadle family for years poured their heart and soul into one of the most unique race tracks in the country, and many in the grandstand and the returning racers from the past were happy to see the Beadles back at the track they had so much passion for.
Up next Saturday will be Walmart Community Night at the Races. Kids 10 and under get in free, and adults are only $10.00. We’ll have Figure 8 racing, the West Coast Vintage Modifieds return, the Interstate Battery Hornets and Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8’s will see action. The Foreign Stock Car Racing Association will celebrate 50 years of racing this Saturday at Evergreen Speedway. Check outwww.frcsasuper4s.net for more information on this historical event. Tony Deegan will be on this week’s edition of Northsound Racingthis Thursday from 5:00 to 6:30 PM to talk about the FSCRA. Tune in FOXSPORTS 1380 KRKO Radio, or listen online atwww.northsoundracing.com
The Rusty Wallace Racing Experience is back at Evergreen Speedway on June 19th and the morning of the 20th. More information on how you can drive a Super Late Model at Evergreen Speedway can be had on www.racewithrusty.com. They have great packages available, so check it out soon. You won’t be sorry you did.
Tickets still available for the Summer Showdown and Budweiser Speedweeks at the end of this month. Reserve your favorite seats onwww.evergeenspeedway.com, or call the office at 360-805-6100. This is a huge event with an incredible payout. Drivers from all across the country are loading up and heading to the Super Speedway of the West for this prestigious event.