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Showdown Winner Hayley Joins NASCAR Trucks

February 10, 2015 by  
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Congrats to 2014 Evergreen Speedway Summer Showdown winner Cameron Hayley on the announcement that he is joining championship team ThorSport Racing full-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) in 2015.

From the Headlines:

Hayley Ready For Trucking with ThorSport Racing
Cameron Hayley ready for full-time truck ride

Rookie driver Cameron Hayley takes over No. 13 ThorSport Toyota

Canada's Cameron Hayley joins ThorSport NASCAR Truck Series team

Give the Gift of Speed! Rusty Wallace Racing Experience Savings!

February 12, 2015 by  
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Valentine's Day Special 60% OFF 2015 Driving Experiences All Tracks - Rusty Wallace Racing Experience

Selliken Hopes to Take Late Model World by Storm

February 9, 2015 by  
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Selliken Hopes to Take Late Model World by Storm

2014 Night Of Champions Photos

January 20, 2015 by  
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Evergreen Speedway awards banquet

Night of Champions – Awards Banquet – January 17

January 11, 2015 by  
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We will honor motorsports champions and drivers from Evergreen Speedway, Evergreen Drift ProAm & Grassroots Series, Evergreen Drags and More! Make plans today to attend. Contact friends, sponsors and pit crew members to share and save this date.

WHERE: Weikel Events Center at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds

WHEN: Saturday January 17 | No Host Cocktails 4:45 | Dinner at 6pm | Music Following Awards

***Attendees Must RSVP – There will be no walk up ticket sales at the event***

  • Tickets are $45 – Assigned Seating – Tables of 8 or 10. Your Name is held at the event check-in.
  • To RSVP / Buy Tickets call our office at 360-805-6100. Visit the Speedway office during business hours

Click Here to Purchase Tickets Online

TIP: Make arrangements with your team and RSVP all at once for easy seating arrangements.

Open Drift Saturday January 10th – Special Times

January 5, 2015 by  
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OPENDRIFT_JAN10

 

“Drift What You Drive” Open Drift – This event is open to all drivers and skill levels. Rain? No Problem. Whether you are a ProAm competitor, Grassroots or just someone looking to slay tires this event is for you. This is a non competition day. We’ll be running from 10am-4pm breaking out early for the Seahawks game. #GoHawks

•Grandstands: Complimentary ( No Pit access.)
•Pit Pass – $15 (16+ and minors must have parent / guardian fill out waiver)
•Open Drift Driver – $70
Open Drift Schedule

Saturday Jan. 10
•9am- Back Gate Opens
•10am – Track is Hot
•4pm – Event Ends

See the Information link for additional details.
•Driver Instructions – http://evergreendrift.com/information/drivers
•Spectator Instructions – http://evergreendrift.com/information/spectators

King of the Wing Sprint Cars join Rory Price Race Weekend

January 2, 2015 by  
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King of the Wing Sprint Cars

King of the Wing Sprint Cars at Evergreen Speedway 2015

Jamestown, IN – After a very successful inaugural season, Officials with the King of the

Wing are please to announce that the Series will expand to the Northwest region in 2015. The

Northwest has a well-established base of Sprint cars and fans with the Northwest Sprint car Racing

Association in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia Canada.

 

The first Northwest race will be Thursday, July 30th at the legendary ¼ mile oval in Meridian, Idaho.

Meridian Speedway Managing Partner, Adam Nelson, commented on the Thursday night race, “We

worked hard with Davey {Hamilton} to make this race a reality at Meridian Speedway, our fans are avid

supporters of Winged Sprint car racing and we are confident that they will support a Thursday night

show.” Meridian Speedway roots run deep in open wheel racing dating back to its first season in 1951. “I

could not be happier to bring this series to Meridian Speedway, this track not only has a rich history with

winged sprint cars, it is my hometown track and very special to my family”, stated KOTW promoter

Davey Hamilton.

 

In a first for the series, Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Washington, will host two races, on two

different tracks. Saturday August 1st drivers will compete on the 3/8 mile track, and Sunday August 2nd

will move up to the larger 5/8 mile track. Hamilton said, “Evergreen’s two different tracks at the same

facility will give our drivers and teams a unique racing experience.”

 

Saturday night’s event will feature the prestigious Rory Price Memorial Race. Rory Price made a huge

impact on so many lives in his native western Washington home, as well as the entire length of the west

coast. Rory started out in go-karts moving to mini-sprints, midgets, and sprint cars. He started racing

professionally at age sixteen and could be found in most any type of open wheeled car on dirt or

asphalt. Rory died of injuries in a testing accident on March 31, 2006.

 

“We are ecstatic that the King of the Wing Sprint Car Shootout Series will be running the Rory Price Memorial”, stated Doug Hobbs, President of Evergreen Speedway. He added, “The two day King of the Wing event will feature one of the largest purses for sprint cars on the west coast.”

 

The “King of the Wing” series is designed to work with all teams, promoters, fans and sponsors, to

strengthen pavement winged sprint car racing from coast to coast, working directly with all existing

pavement sprint car series. Long term plans for the series are to provide a competitive rules package

that can apply to all sprint cars and create race events that truly allows the promoters and racers to

build bigger venues, show the sponsors and fans the world’s fastest short track cars, and to promote

some of the best short track drivers competing head-to-head no matter what part of the country they

are from or what series they run on a regular basis. This is the only pavement sprint car series that

features competitors from all across the United States and Canada.

Memorial Services for FEAR Member Jerry McAllister

December 21, 2014 by  
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Memorial Service for Jerry McAllister. Jerry McAllister 48, passed away on December 11, 2014. Jerry #80 was a member of F.E.A.R. during the 80’s and 90’s. As the owner of Fleury’s Auto and Truck Parts and Cartime Auto Sales, Jerry was well known in the automotive and racing industry as a sponsor of many drivers at Evergreen Speedway. We would love to invite his racing family and friends. His memorial service is Saturday January 3rd at 1PM at the Hope Foursquare Church; 5002 Bickford Ave. Snohomish, Wa. 98290.

Upcoming Fall/Winter Events

October 22, 2014 by  
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Sat Nov 8th Alfa Romeo Club
Sat Nov 15th Winter Drift / NW Motorsports Swap Meet
Sat Dec 6th Drift School
Sat Dec 27th Winter Drift
Sat Jan 10th Winter Drift
Sat Jan 17th Night of Champions NASCAR, Drift & Drags Banquet
Sun Jan 25th Winter Drift
Sat Jan 31st Snow Ball Enduro
Sat Feb 7th AUDI Track Day
Sun Feb 15th Drift School
Sat Feb 28th Time Your Ride is Back!
Sat Mar 7th Open Drift
Sun Mar 8th March Madness Enduro
Sat Mar 14th NASCAR OPEN PRACTICE
Sun Mar 15th Time Your Ride is Back!
Sat Mar 21st NASCAR OPEN PRACTICE
Sun Mar 22nd Season Opener Drift ’15

Hein Wins Sprint Car SpeedFest 2014

August 3, 2014 by  
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by BZ ZELLER

 

MONROE, WASH., — Momentum and Matt Hein are meshing. Fresh off his hometown win in Roseburg, Hein dominated the NSRA Speedfest Main Saturday night at Evergreen Speedway.

Hein began the program as the quick qualifier with a 19.191 lap turned in on the longest (5/8 mile) track on the tour. Later he went from back to front to win his respective Heat. And, after a pill draw placed him on the inside of Row 2 in the starting grid of the 30-Lap feature, he darted to the front on Lap 4 and led by more than a quarter mile during most of the race.

 

“We were definitely quick tonight,” Hein said. “Our car was super fast. The crew did a great job of giving me a fast car. It was a lot of fun out there.”

 

Johnny Giesler, Meridian, Idaho, started second in the Main, led the first four circuits and finished runner-up to Hein. Ryan Burdett, West Jordan, Utah, had the Speedfest pole and finished third ahead of Beck and Ron Larson respectively.

 

While Hein’s fortunes flourished, other top entrants experienced heartaches.

 

Season points leader Sierra Jackson, Middleton, Idaho, had mechanical issues following the practice sessions, in which her 25J was the fastest on the oval. Jackson was only able to record one lap time of qualifying and then struggled with the car after every subsequent Main green flag.

 

“We had a nozzle break during qualifying and blew a spark plug during the Heat,” Jackson said. “Then during the Main the car was just crap.”

Jackson, the former tour champion, entered Monroe with the season points lead, but now trails Hein by nine points as the tour heads to Canada in two weeks. She finished ninth in the Main, but did win her Heat.

 

The nationally ranked Jackson wasn’t the only victim of mechanical failure Saturday. During a practice session, reigning NSRA champ, Andy Alberding blew the motor in the 76 car, ending his bid to compete at one of his favorite tracks before it started.

 

“We won’t know until we take it apart what exactly broke,” Alberding said. It could be a rod, but regardless, whatever broke was supposed to. We were unsure about racing in Canada, now it looks like we really might not make it.”

 

There were 14 entrants at Monroe, with only eight running in the Main when Hein captured the checkered flag. Monroe’s own John Tharp and Jake Mann both experienced engine issues as did Greg Middendorf, Snohomish. Richie Larson, Prince George, BC. also didn’t start the Main.

 

Matt Mansell, Victoria, British Columbia, drew the only yellow flags of the race. He spun his No. 14 car on Lap 11 and then tagged the rear of Robert Beck, Redmond, on the backshoot of Lap 26 and sent himself into a night-ending spin.

 

Giesler ranks third in points ahead of Burdett who leapfrogged Alberding in the standings. Bryan Warf, who was in the top five, didn’t compete at Monroe.

 

Main: 1. Matt Hein; 2. Johnny Giesler; 3. Ryan Burdett, 4. Robert Beck; 5. Ron Larson; 6. Billy Kennelly, 7. Todd Coleman; 8. Sierra Jackson; 9. Greg Middendorf; 10. Matt Mansell; 11. Jake Mann.

 

Heat 1: Jackson; Kennelly, Ron Larson; Giesler; Mann; Richie Larson

 

Heat 2: Hein; Coleman; Mansell; Beck; Middendorf; Burdett; Tharp

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