On Saturday June 7 Evergreen Speedway, as part of the Speedway’s celebration of their 60th Anniversary, will hold a racers reunion. There will the introduction of the next 10 added to the all-time 50 best drivers. In addition it is Genie Terex Night presented by NAPA Auto Parts. The night will feature the Speedway Chevrolet NASCAR Whelen All American Series Super Late Model 75 on the 3/8-mile plus the Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks/Outlaw Compacts, Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8’s, Outlaw Figure 8’s and Renegades.
All former racers/promoters/employees are invited and will receive complimentary admission for themselves plus one. To obtain the free admission go to www.evergreenspeedway.com/go/reunion/ and fill out the form. Tickets will be waiting for you at will call the night of June 7.
Not very many race tracks in North America have been around as long as Evergreen Speedway and we hope as many of you as can come celebrate with us. We will be introducing the past racers as the night progresses.
For more information go to www.evergreenspeedway.com or call 360-805-6100.
On Saturday May 3 the annual Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8 Nationals 75, at Evergreen Speedway, was won by Joselyn LaFleur. The Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stock 30-lap main was won by Andrew Schukar. On the road course the winner of the Interstate Batteries Hornet feature was Scott Hunt. The final race of the night the 50-lap Outlaw Figure 8 main was Ricky Deitz.
Joselyn LaFleur won her first Stinger 8 Nationals. LaFleur one of four women racing in this 4-cylinder figure 8 division was not to be denied the win. Taking over the lead mid-way through the 75-lap race LaFleur was able to avoid traffic at the ‘Planets Most Dangerous Intersection’ of the figure 8 track. Early leader rookie Toby Jenkins was forced to slow at the X to avoid traffic and that was enough for LaFleur to pass into to the lead. Another of the woman drivers Nicole Pollard was able to pass through the maze of traffic to take over second. Jenkins recovered to finish third. Jason Wilson and Zach Bristol rounded out the top five.
On a wet 3/8-mile oval Andrew Schukar survived to win his first race of the season. There were a few times that Schukar was knocked around and also sideways on the wet track that he thought his chances of winning were done. Staying focused he moved toward the front and as leader Bobby DeYoung slid up the track both Schukar and Brad Thomas moved past. Thomas finished second and DeYoung third. Kyle Schukar finished fourth ahead of Trenton Moriarity.
Point’s leader of the Hornet Division Scott Hunt withstood the pressure applied by Mark Hubbard to win the 25-lap main on a very wet road course. Hubbard finished second. Zach Bristol finished third while Cullen Hubbard finished fourth and Cody Hoopes fifth.
The 8-cylinder ground pounding Outlaw Figure 8’s took to the figure 8 for their main event in very wet conditions. As the cars sloshed their way through the X during the 50-lap main last year’s division champion Ricky Deitz used his experience to overtake the leader Jake Repin the 2010 and 2012 champion. Repin hung on for a podium finish in third behind Mike Steltz. Steve Cox was fourth and Chris Curtis fifth.
Next Up: Saturday May 10 is Armed Forces Tribute Night presented by Coastal Community Bank. A Family Pass with Military ID gets two adults and up to 4 children in FREE. The night features the Speedway Chevrolet NASCAR Whelen All American Series Super Late Model 75 on the 3/8-mile oval. Also on the 3/8-mile are the Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks. On the Road Course the Interstate Batteries Hornets continue their battle for the championship. On the figure 8 track with the ‘Planets Most Dangerous Intersection’ are the Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8’s and the new division the Super Stock Figure 8’s. Racing starts at 6pm with spectator gates opening at 4pm.
On Saturday May 3 at Evergreen Speedway the 60th Anniversary Season continues with the Annual Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8 Nationals. The 4-cylinder figure eight cars will defy the ‘Planets Most Dangerous Intersection’ as will the ‘ground pounding’ Outlaw Figure 8’s. In addition the Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks will be on the 3/8-mile with the Interstate Batteries Hornets on the road course. The ‘Bump to Pass’ Renegades will also be active. The ‘Rain or Shine’ racing begins at 6pm with spectator gates opening at 4pm.
Stinger 8 drivers head into the Nationals with rookie Toby Jenkins holding a 5-point lead for the 2014 division championship. Joselyn LaFleur is second in the points chase followed by Matt Somerville who is 9-points out of the lead.
Don Eslick leads the Outlaw figure 8 Division by 3-points after only one race this season for this division. Winner of the opening race Nick Gunderson is second. Last season’s Super Figure Eight Division Champion Ricky Dietz is third 5-points behind Eslick.
Two time winner this Bobby DeYoung has an 8-point advantage in the Mini-Stock Division point chase. Rookie Trenton Moriarity, who won the other Mini-Stock feature this season, is second. Andrew Schukar is third 15-points back of the leader.
Scott Hunt, who missed being the 2013 champion of the Hornet Division by a mere 2-points, has the 2014 lead by 16 after two races. Hunt is trailed by Gary Rarden and third is held by Zach Bristol 21-points in arrears.
‘Bump-to-Pass’ Renegade drivers do not get points they run for the fun and trophies.
For tickets and or more information go to www.evergreenspeedway.com or call 360-805-6100.
Evergreen Speedway, in the midst of celebrating its 60th Anniversary, is set to begin the month of May. As the weather warms and the rain subsides the racing at the fabled racing venue is ready for the energetic schedule ahead. The month gets started on Saturday May 3rd with the Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8 Nationals. On Saturday May 10th the Super Late Models return to the 3/8-mile oval for the Armed Forces Tribute presented by Coastal Community Bank 75. May 17 & 18 Drag racing and drifting will take over the multi-use facility. On May 24th the start of the Memorial Day Weekend the 4th Annual Monroe Grocery Outlet Mark Galloway 150 Shootout for Super Late Models on the BIG 5/8-mile oval. Then on Sunday May 25th Republic Services presents Sean Peters Truck Fest including Demolition Derby and Fireworks. Ending the month on May 31st is the second of four Family Nights presented by Frontier Communications. The night includes Mascot Night featuring 3/8-mile NASCAR, Road Course and Figure 8 racing. Each Saturday night in May racing begins at 6pm.
The 4th Annual Mark Galloway 150 Shootout has $5000.00 to win and $500 to start the 150-lap Super Late Model race on the BIG 5/8-mile oval. Many drivers are planning on using this as a tune up for the 3rd Annual Summer Showdown June 27 & 28. Drivers from Canada and the Western United States are already confirming that they will be there.
The Summer Showdown is the biggest money race for Super Late Models in the history of Evergreen Speedway and the Northwest. The $100,000.00 purse with $20,000.00 to win and $1,000.00 to start the 200-lap main on the BIG Track. There is also a special purse fund for the Last Chance Qualifier race.
Evergreen Speedway’s Month of May Schedule: (All Saturday Events at 6pm)
May 3 – Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger Nationals: Stinger 8’s, Outlaw Figure 8’s, Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks, Renegades & Interstate Batteries Hornets
May 10 – Armed Forces Tribute presented by Coastal Community Bank: Emerald City Harley-Davidson of Lynnwood NASCAR Whelen All American Series Super Late Models 75-laps (3/8-mile), Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks, Interstate Batteries Hornets, Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8’s & Super Stock Figure 8’s
May 17 – Red Bull: Tandem Grassroots II, Drag Racing & MMA
May 18 – Driftcon Import Meet: ProAm II
*May 24 – Monroe Grocery Outlet presents Mark Galloway 150 Shootout: Emerald City Harley Davidson of Lynnwood NASCAR Whelen All American Series Super Late Models 150-laps (5/8-mile), Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks, Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks & Columbia River Legends
*May 25 – Republic Services presents Sean Peters Truck Fest: Outlaw Figure 8’s, Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8’s, Interstate Batteries Hornets, Boat Races, Renegades, Legends, Truck Demo & Fireworks
May 31 – Frontier Communications Family Night Mascot Night: Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks, Interstate Batteries Hornets, Super Stock Figure 8’s, Pro 4 Truck Series, FSCRA & Midgets
*Memorial Day Weekend Event
Evergreen Speedway Announces Inaugural Don Scriver Memorial Fast Time Award Presented by JOES Racing Products
$1,000 to Super Late Model Division’s Fast Time Winner at June’s Summer Showdown at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash.
Monroe, WA (April 28, 2014) – Evergreen Speedway and JOES Racing Products are pleased to announce the inaugural Don Scriver Memorial Fast Time Award, which will be awarded to the fastest qualifier in the super late model division at Evergreen Speedway’s Summer Showdown June 27-28.
Scriver, a two-time NASCAR Northwest Series champion car owner with retired driver Kevin Hamlin, passed away after a long battle with lung cancer on January 1st, 2014. Scriver also owned and sponsored cars for Travis Bennett from 2000 to 2008. Bennett was a four-time ASA Northwest Tour winner and the 2004 NASCAR Northwest Series championship runner-up finisher and also won Rookie of the Year honors that year.
“Dad had been a race fan all of his life, and had been attending races at Evergreen for over 40 years,” said Darren Scriver, Don’s youngest son. “We thought a fast time award in his name would be a great way to keep his memory alive with people he loved being with every weekend for such a long time. To have Evergreen and JOES Racing Products to get on board with this, especially at the Northwest’s biggest race, means a lot to our family and to the members of DS Racing we had with Kevin and Travis over the years.”
“Donnie was like a second father to Travis and myself,” said Hamlin, who now spots for Kasey Kahne in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. “He was loved by everyone in the northwest racing community, and always had a smile on his face. We wouldn’t have been able to put this together without the help of Evergreen and JOES.”
“We couldn’t be happier to be a part of this award,” said Joe Constance, founder of JOES Racing Products, a manufacturer of high-end racing tools and accessories. “Donnie was an important figure in the northwest racing community, and to be a part of this fast time award at the Northwest’s premier asphalt race is pretty cool for us.”
The Summer Showdown will be held on the .646 mile oval at Evergreen Speedway June 27-28. The race is the Northwest’s highest paying event with $20,000 to the winner and over a $100,000 total purse, which was won by Jay Sauls in 2013 and Pete Harding in 2012.
For more information on the Summer Showdown and ticket sales, please visit www.evergreenspeedway.com.
On Saturday April 26 at Evergreen Speedway’s Open Road RV Night at the Races, Mike Holden returned to Super Late Model racing. Holden won the Speedway Chevrolet NASCAR Whelen All American Series Super Late Model 75 on the 3/8-mile. The night had the Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stock division back in action and as he did in 2013 on his way to the division title, Roger Drake won his third in a row to start this season. Also back on track was the Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stock division and winning his second main in three starts was Bobby DeYoung. Devin Eirman won the Vintage Modified feature and Quenton Borreson won the Super Stock Figure 8 main. The weather held off just long enough that all divisions ran on a dry surface. Five-minutes after the races ended the rain that had been hovering, started.
After a few years off from Super Late Model racing Mike Holden returned to Evergreen’s Super Late Model Division and let everyone know he was going to be the person to beat for the 2014 NASCAR Track and State of Washington Championship. Starting fifth after a second quick qualifying lap Holden wasted no time to get to the front and once there pulled away from the remainder of the field. Also making his debut as a contender for the championship Tyler Tanner finished second and last season’s champion Daniel Moore finished third. The fourth and fifth spots went to Andy Sole and Doni Wanat respectively. The 75-lap feature was marred by only one incident when on lap 15, Shane Sawin and four time champion Naima Lang tangled on the backstretch. Lang hit the inside protective barrier hard causing significant damage to his car. Both drivers were OK. This division has a busy month of May ahead with another 75-lap feature on the 3/8-mile on May 10 and on May 24 they move onto the BIG track the 5/8-mile for the Mark Galloway 150.
Roger Drake is mimicking his 2013 season that brought him his first NASCAR Street Stock championship. In 2013 Drake opened the season with three straight wins and now has opened the 2014 campaign with three straight. If when the division returns to action on Saturday May 10 he finishes third as he did last season on his fourth start, it will get real eerie feeling. Second place last night went to Jim Foti and third to Steve Ptacek. Darrell Lutovsky and Mike Marthaller Jr. held the next two spots. There is a lot of racing to go this season so you cannot crown a champion just yet.
Mini-Stock racer Bobby DeYoung won his second main in his first three starts this season. DeYoung who volunteered his logging equipment and himself in the Oso, WA recovery mission has been able to take that emotion into the race car. Bobby is driving with a mission of his own. He is driving for his friends and neighbors that were lost in the massive landside. For the second race in a row second place went to Eric Whitaker. On the podium for the first time in his third season of racing was high school student Devin Kessler. Last race winner Trenton Moriarity finished fourth and Andrew Schukar finished fifth.
The traveling NW Vintage Modified Series made their first of three stops at Evergreen in 2014 and Devin Eirman took his newly purchased car to the checkers for the win in the 30-lap feature. Second place in his brother’s 1932 Studebaker was Chuck Peterson. Peterson had to borrow his brother’s car after his suffered mechanical problems earlier in the day. In third place was Scott Rinkel with fourth place it was Mike Clother and fifth Kyten Jones.
The newest division of racers is the Super Stock Figure 8’s and the ‘One Armed Bandit’ Quenton Borreson mastered the track with the ‘Planets Most Dangerous Intersection’. Getting the lead early in their 25-lap feature, Borreson showed his skill of driving with only one arm. Second went to Steve Peters and third to Chuck Widdis. Devin Jenkins and John Hilburn rounded out the top five finishers.
Next up at Evergreen Speedway: Saturday May 3 is the Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8 Nationals plus the Outlaw Figure 8’s, Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks, Renegades and Interstate Batteries Hornets all in action. Racing starts at 6pm with front gates opening at 4pm for the ‘Rain or Shine’ show. Remember the fans are protected by the covered grandstands at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe. For more information and or tickets go to www.evergreenspeedway.com or call 360-805-6100.
Evergreen Speedway’s biggest race, best seats and best price for reserved seating for the 2014 $100,000.00 Summer Showdown are now available for a limited time. The Summer Showdown with $20,000.00 to win is the biggest ever 200-lap Super Late Model event in history. With cars and teams expected from all over the country for this 3rd annual extravaganza, seats will go fast. The Summer Showdown is a two day event June 27 & 28. The two sections on the start/finish line with seat backs are available for the special combo price of $40 until June 2. Tickets are available online at www.evergreenspeedway.com or call 360-805-6100.
The 2014 summer Showdown Schedule:
Summer Showdown Opening Night presented by Les Schwab Tires:
Practice (5/8) – for Summer Showdown Super late Models – Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks – Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks
Qualifying via Timing
6pm – Main Events for Street Stocks (5/8) – Mini-Stocks (5/8)
Qualifying Races for Summer Showdown Cars (5/8)
Practice for Summer Showdown Super Late Models – Pro 4 Alliance Series (5/8)
4pm – Last Chance Qualifying Race for Summer Showdown
Pro 4 Alliance Main
Summer Showdown 200
Competitor’s entry/registration forms are available online at www.evergreenspeedway.com.
Competitors that register by May 31 will receive two free nights of Camping/RV in RV-2 on the Fairgrounds (For Competitors Only). Fans can call Evergreen Speedways office for special weekend rates.
On Saturday April 26 at Evergreen Speedway the Emerald City Harley-Davidson of Lynnwood NASCAR Whelen All American Series Super Late Models make their season debut in the Open Road RV 75 on the 3/8-mile paved oval. In addition on the 3/8 the Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks, Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks and the traveling Northwest Vintage Modifieds Series are in action. On the track with the ‘Planets Most Dangerous Intersection’ the new NASCAR Super Stock Figure 8 division add to the evening’s excitement. Racing begins at 6pm with spectator gates opening at 4pm for the ‘rain or shine’ Open Road RV Night at the Races. Evergreen Speedway is located in Monroe at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds with the fans protected by the large covered grandstand.
Daniel Moore will return in his championship Super Late Model vying for another trip to NASCAR’s National Banquet as Washington State and Track NASCAR champion. There will be many others that want that coveted title including last year’s second in points Doni Wanat and 6-time NASCAR track champion Tom Moriarity who finished third. Others that finished in last season’s top ten such as: Scott LaCross, Shane Sawin, Molly Helmuth, 4-time NASCAR track champion Naima Lang, Frank Cowgill and John Boyatt. Add to the challengers Tyler Tanner, last season’s NASCAR Track Rookie of the Year, Jason Kooy, with a new car number and look is The Rock Church lead pastor Jeff Knight, Tommy Rasmussen and Brian Cottrell who all finished in the top 20 in the points chase. Throw in a group of rookies and this is just a sampling the many expected for the season debut 75-lap feature.
The Street Stock and Mini-Stock divisions resume their chase for their respective season championships. After 2 races this season Roger Drake the Street Stock defending champion has the point lead after two wins to start his season. Darrell Lutovsky trails by just 7-points. In the Mini-Stock division after two races Bobby DeYoung leads by 1-point over rookie Trenton Moriarity. Each has one win to start their respective seasons.
Steve Peters leads the new Super Stock Figure 8 division points chase with Doug Delfel 1-point back. The new division has one race completed this season.
The traveling series The NW Vintage Modifieds holds their first race of the season at Evergreen Speedway. This will be the first of three visits in scheduled in 2014.
Racing is at 6pm with front gates opening at 4pm. For more information and or tickets go to www.evergreenspeedway.com or call 360-805-6100.
Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Washington celebrating its 60th Anniversary in 2014 recently announced that their premier Super Late Model race, the Third Annual Summer Showdown on June 27 – 28 has an unprecedented purse. $20,000.00 will be awarded to the winner of the 200-lap Summer Showdown on the BIG 5/8-mile paved oval. It is the biggest payday in the history of Super Late Model racing in the Northwest – over $100,000 in prize money. The race is expected to draw cars not only from the West, but all over the country. The rules and entry form are available at the Speedway’s web site at www.evergreenspeedway.com.
There has been keen interest for this record setting race on the BIG track by drivers from all over the country. The Summer Showdown is expected to draw the most Super Late Models in the 60-year history of Evergreen Speedway. There are two drivers that will definitely be there, last year’s winner Jay Sauls and the inaugural winner Pete Harding. Harding won $10,000.00 and Sauls took home a record $12,000.00.
This year’s format for the Summer Showdown has changed a bit with Thursday June 26 being an open practice and not mandatory for Summer Showdown cars to attend.
Friday June 27 practice for Summer Showdown, Street Stocks and Mini-Stocks will begin at 1pm. Qualifying begins at 4:30pm. Opening ceremonies begin at 6:30pm followed by 30-lap mains for Mini-Stocks and Street Stocks on the BIG track. The 25-lap Summer Showdown Qualifying Heats will follow. The top 24 starting positions in Saturday’s Summer Showdown 200 will come from the top spots in the Qualifying Heats. 25-28 will be the fastest 4 by time who did not qualify through heat races. The remaining spots of the 32 car Summer Showdown 200 will come from Saturday’s LCQ.
Saturday’s June 28 schedule starts with practice for Summer Showdown SLM and the visiting Pro 4 Alliance Series from 11am to 2pm. Pro 4 qualifying is at 2:30pm. The 50-lap LCQ goes off at 4pm with the 40-lap Pro 4 race at 5pm. Opening ceremonies are at 6:30pm followed by the 200-lap Third Annual Summer Showdown.
As it was last year the yellow flag laps will be counted and if there is an expected long delay there will be a red flag. There will be a break at or around lap 100. The break will be 7 minutes for cars to be fueled and tired for the final 100.
The Last Chance Qualifier race has a new payout with the top four having a chance to transfer to the Summer Showdown 200 and receive $600 in addition to your finishing position in the 200. Or take $2,000 and not transfer if you are the LCQ winner.
There are special RV/Camping and Hotel prices for teams. Call 360-805-6100 for more information.
The Grand Marshall for this Big money Super Late Model event will be announced in the next few weeks.
Evergreen Speedway celebrating its 60th year in operation has many special events throughout the season. During the 50th year the top 50 drivers were announced. 10 more will be added to the all time greatest list.
For a limited time there are reserved tickets in sections D & E at a reduced price. These reserved seats are expected to go fast so call 360-805-6100 or go to www.evergreenspeedway.com .
Saturday night April 12 was the first of four Frontier Communications Family Nights and the $10 per ticket with 10 and under free drew a good crowd to watch the Outlaw Figure 8 season debut. Nick Gunderson (Marysville, WA) started the season as a winner. The Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stock feature winner was Roger Drake (Arlington, WA). Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stock main went to rookie Trenton Moriarity (Monroe, WA) and the Interstate Batteries Hornet Division main winner was Scott Hunt (Kenmore, WA). In the traveling series main for the Northwest Pro 4 Trucks, Terry Warren (Everett, WA) was victorious. The next Frontier Communications Family Night is on Saturday May 31.
Outlaw Figure 8 winner Nick Gunderson took the lead early in the 50-lap main and was close to a half lap ahead of second place Don Eslick (Marysville, WA), at the end. Third place was last season’s Super Figure Eight champion Ricky Dietz (Arlington, WA). Part time racer Chris Curtis (Marysville, WA) finished fourth and fifth went to Mike Steltz (Snohomish, WA).
Roger Drake won his second Street Stock main in a row to start the season. Drake who won last season’s division championship started the season winning three in a row. In two weeks we will find out if he matches last season’s start. Second place went to Darrell Lutovsky (Shoreline, WA) and third was Steve Ptacek (Snohomish, WA). A close battle for the fourth and fifth spots went to finish line with Kevin Compton (Kirkland, WA) just ahead of rookie Mike Marthaller Jr. (Everett, WA).
Mini-Stock division winner Trenton Moriarity is the son of Tom Moriarity who has won three Mini-Stock and six Super Late Model championships at evergreen Speedway. Trenton a rookie to racing at Evergreen Speedway won his first ever main well ahead of second place finisher Eric Whittaker (Everett, WA). Third went to last week’s winner Bobby DeYoung (Darrington, WA) while fourth went to Scott Burby (Clearview, WA) and fifth to Travis Woodward (Lake Stevens, WA).
Scott Hunt won the Hornet main in strong fashion. Hunt missed being last season’s champion in this division by just two points. Hunt made some daring and strong moves to work from the back to the front of the 30-lap main on the Boot road course. Cullen Hubbard (Kenmore, WA) finished second with the third the spot on the podium held by former Super Figure Eight racer Jerry Funden (Marysville, WA). Fourth and fifth went to Gary Rarden (Stanwood, WA) and Justin Brave (Snohomish, WA) respectively.
The NW Pro 4 Truck Series race was slowed by many cautions. The winner Terry Warren had to come from the back of the short field with under 10-laps to go in the shortened to 25-lap feature. Second place went to Matt Greene (Snohomish, WA) with third going to Mike Tipps (Snohomish, WA). Cecil Howard (Ellensburg, WA) finished fourth and Haylie Wilkinson (Lake Stevens, WA) finished fifth.
Next Up at Evergreen Speedway: Saturday April 26 is the Open Road RV Night featuring the Emerald City Harley-Davidson of Lynnwood NASCAR Whelen All American Series Super Late Model 75 on the 3/8-mile paved oval. Plus the Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks, Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks, NASCAR Super Stock Figure 8’s and the traveling NW Vintage Modifieds. Rain or Shine racing at 6pm with spectator gates opening at 4pm. Evergreen Speedway is in Monroe, WA at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds with the fans protected by the covered grandstands.
For more information and or tickets go to www.evergreenspeedway.com or call 360-805-6100.
Evergreen Speedway Official Results for Saturday April 12:
Outlaw Figure 8 Main (50-laps): 1-Nick Gunderson; 2-Don Eslick; 3-Ricky Dietz; 4-Chris Curtis; 5-Mike Steltz; 6-Jake Repin; 7-Chris Harrison; 8-Zach Larson
Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stock Main (30-laps 3/8-mile oval): 1-Roger Drake; 2-Darrell Lutovsky; 3-Steve Ptacek; 4-Kevin Compton; 5-Mike Marthaller Jr.; 6-Chad Fitzpatrick; 7-Kenny Erickson; 8-Jim Foti; 9-John McCourt ; 10-Donny Engh; 11-Nikki Bristol
Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stock Main (30-laps 3/8-mile oval): 1-Trenton Moriarity; 2-Eric Whittaker; 3-Bobby DeYoung; 4-Scott Burby; 5-Travis Woodward; 6-Nat Barber; 7-Brad Thomas; 8-Andrew Schukar; 9- Kenny McCoy; 10-Sheridan Horn-Vincent; 11-Brian Taylor; 12-Chuck Richard; 13-Chad Sinner; 14-Cody Korosches; 15-Devin Kessler
Interstate Batteries Hornet Main (20-laps Boot Road Course): 1-Scott Hunt; 2-Cullen Hubbard; 3-Jerry Funden; 4-Gary Rarden; 5-Justin Brave; 6-Zach Bristol; 7-Richard Morgan; 8-Rick Hubbard; 9-Jeff Thomas; 10-Zach Neel; 11-Derek Thomas; 12-Cody Hoopes; 13-James Estes; 14-Jason Wilson; 15-Mike Ridley; 16-Mark Keith
Northwest Pro 4 Truck Series (25-laps 3/8-mile oval): 1-Terry Warren; 2-Matt Greene; 3-Mike Tipps; 4-Cecil Howard; 5-Haylie Wilkinson; 6-Jennifer Sundholm; 7-JR Kelley; 8-Rick Shaver; 9-Aaron Greene; 10- Pete Brady