Saturday night September 15 at Evergreen Speedway it will be Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Championships and Harley Davidson Night presented by Emerald City Harley Davidson. The night will feature championship races for the Speedway Chevrolet NASCAR Whelen All American Series I-5 Challenge Super Late Models with twin 50′s on the monster 5/8-mile paved oval plus championships for the Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stock and Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stock divisions on the 3/8-mile paved oval. In addition the NASCAR Super Figure Eight division will decide their champion after the 100-lap main on the West’s fastest figure eight track. With three of the four divisions in tightly contested championship runs the night should not be missed. All motorcycle riders and passengers can go to Emerald City Harley Davidson or come to the track for half-off adult admission and participate in the Harley Parade on the 5/8-mile. The NASCAR Camping World SuperSeal Silverado will be on display. Racing starts at 6pm with spectator gates opening at 4:30.
There is an open house at Emerald City and Eastside Harley Davidson on the afternoon of the 15th introducing the new 2013 models. From those locations there will be a ride out to the speedway in Monroe for the full night of racing. Also there will be displays of the new models at the speedway during the afternoon and evening. All riders will be admitted at half price for Championship Night.
25 Super Late Model racers from Canada and the U.S. are expected for the seasons NASCAR finale. Twin 50 lap mains on the BIG track will be a test for the top two in the chase for the 2012 Track & NASCAR Championship. With full points awarded in each of the twin races a slight hiccup could change the seasons outcome. Naima Lang the current leader for the State of Washington NASCAR title and a trip to the national banquet in Charlotte, NC is being closely pursued by South Sound Speedway’s 2012 champion Kelly Mann. With just 59-points between these two and 100 points available if you win both mains, they each will be charging hard for the title. The night is drawing a driver out of retirement to race on the BIG track, Kelly Tanner will return to action after many years off. Others expected include Ron Eaton,Tom Hughs, Doni Wanat, John Bender, Billy Weber, Chris Preston, Jeff Knight, Andy Sole, Molly Helmuth, Doug Davidson, Daniel Moore, Jessica Dana, Tommy Rasmussen, John Lathrop Jr., Shane Sawin, Timothy Minister, Jesse Anderson, Marty Ferguson, Tim McDougald, Ian McCutchison and John Boyatt are some of the top northwest racers willing to challenge the track some consider ‘too tough to tame’ the monster 5/8-mile oval.
When it comes to a tight points chase at the last race of the season look no further than the Super Figure division. Jake Repin and Steve Peters are locked into a championship run with a mere 19-points separating the two. Repin has the slim edge heading into the night with points available in the heat races and the 100-lap main event. There will be finishing position points and passing points awarded in both. Repin and Peters have each won a Super Figure Eight Championships in their past. Another strong field of the ‘ground pounding machines’ will be on hand for the 200 passes through the West’s most dangerous intersection the ‘dreaded X’ of the fast and furious figure eight track.
Street Stock division point leader Frank Cowgill has been in this position heading into the final night of racing only to see the elusive championship grabbed by someone else. Cowgill comes into this final night a bit stronger than in the past with a 26-point margin over Steve Ptacek. Ptacek has won the most mains in this division this season and as recently as last week. Throw in third in points Kenny Erickson who is 50-points out of the lead and the night gets very interesting. Points will be awarded for heats and the main with a total of 58 available if you win your heat and the main event.
The only division that does not have a question on who will win the championship is the Mini-Stock division. Jon Roberts after three straight years of finishing third in the final point standings has put together a phenomenal season with nine wins. There is a question though unanswered, what does Jon look like without the mass of hair he has after not getting a haircut in the last nine months. Roberts has agreed to have his haircut at the speedway with the organization ‘Locks for Love’ being the recipient of the mass. A great field of the best Mini-Stock racers are expected to give Roberts a tough time at winning his tenth main this season.
Racing gets underway at 6pm with spectator gates opening at 4:30. For tickets and or more information go online to www.evergreenspeedway.com or call 360-805-6100.
This past Saturday night September 8 at Evergreen Speedway it was the annual KMPS 94.1 First Responders Tribute Night. There were three championships decided with Interstate Batteries Hornet Division driver Chad Fitzpatrick winning the main and the championship. Fifteen year old Fitzpatrick became the youngest driver to ever win a championship at the Evergreen Speedway. Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8 Division champion is Josh Young. The traveling Northwest Pro 4 Truck Tour decided their champion with Jason Majors winning his fourth title. In other action Steve Ptacek won the Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stock main and Jon Roberts won the Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stock main.
The Hornet division championship came down to the final race of the season to decide who would be crowned. Young Chad Fitzpatrick left no doubt in anyone’s mind he was not going to be the champ. Taking the lead and pulling away Fitzpatrick became the youngest in the 58-year history of the fabled track to win a championship. Jaime Corbett stated the night 18-points behind Fitzpatrick finished third in the main with Richard Morgan finishing second. Morgan moved from fourth in the points to third with the strong podium finish. The champion will be honored at the annual awards banquet on Saturday January 19, 2013.
Stinger 8 champion Josh Young finished the main in second behind winner Lance O’Grain. Young who trailed in the points a little over a month ago used the last races of the season to win his first ever championship. Joselyn LaFleur finished the season’s final main third. Jessica Gray will finish second in the points after a very strong first ¾’s of the season.
Jason Majors, winner of the championship for the Pro 4 Truck Tour, sat out the final laps of their last main event with mechanical woes. Going into the final race with enough of a points cushion, Majors had the luxury of being able to overcome the adversity. Mike Wiley second in the championship chase won both mains on Saturday. In main number one Mike Nelson was second and Majors third. In race number two Aaron Greene had his best ever tour finish with a second and Nelson was third.
With one more race remaining in their season the Street Stock division championship picture stayed blurry. Second in points Steve Ptacek gained four points on leader Frank Cowgill by virtue of winning Saturday’s main. Cowgill finished third behind Duane Schoesboek. The Street Stock championship will be decided this coming Saturday September 15.
The First Responders held their annual races to the delight of all and each received a trophy courtesy of High Road Promotions operators of the speedway.
Also with one more race remaining in the 2012 season for the Min-Stock division title the picture became crystal clear on who will be crowned champion. Jon Roberts left nary a doubt after winning his tenth main of the season. Heading into championship night Roberts has enough of a lead that he cannot be challenged. The only question to be answered is: what will ‘Fozzy Bear’ look like when he has all his hair cut off. Roberts has let his hair grow for almost a nine months and will be donating his mass to the ‘Locks for Love’ campaign. Nat Barber finished the race in second and Michael Fritz finished third. As with the Street Stocks the Mini-Stocks will have their respective championship race on Saturday September 15.
Next up at Evergreen Speedway is the Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Championships and Harley Night presented by Emerald City Harley. All riders on their Harleys will be admitted at half price and will be in the Harley Parade on the track during the evening. The championship night will include twin 50-lap mains on the 5/8-mile oval for the Speedway Chevrolet NASCAR Whelen All American Series I-5 Challenge Super Late Models, NASCAR Super Figure Eights 100-lap main, Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks and Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks on the 3/8-miole oval. Four champions will be crowned. Over 20 Super Late Models are expected for the twin 50’s. The championship action starts at 6pm with spectator gates opening at 4:30pm. For more information and or tickets go online to www.evergreenspeedway.com or call 360-805-6100.
Evergreen Speedway Saturday September 8 Results:
Interstate Batteries Hornets:
B-Main: (15-laps Road Course)
A-Championship Main: (25-laps Road Course)(* Denotes 2012 Division Champion)
Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8’s: (30-lap Championship Main- Figure 8 Track)(* Denotes 2012 Division Champion)
Northwest Pro 4 Truck Tour: (25-lap Main – 3/8-mile oval)
(25-lap Championship Main – 3/8-mile oval) (* Denotes 2012 Division Champion)
Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks: (30-laps – 3/8-mile oval)
Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks (30-laps – 3/8-mile oval)
Saturday night September 8 at Evergreen Speedway the annual KMPS 94.1 First Responders Night will feature championship races for the Interstate Batteries Hornet and Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8 divisions plus the traveling Pro 4 Truck Series. In addition it will be the next to last race of the season for the Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stock and Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stock divisions. There is a tribute to all First Responders who will be admitted free and a special discount for the families and friends. Many of the area Police, Fire and EMS Departments will be represented in a special First Responders race. The action starts at 6pm with spectators gates opening at 4:30pm.
The season comes to a close for the Hornet division on Saturday with a very tight championship battle between 15-year old Chad Fitzpatrick and 2010 champion Jaime Corbett. Fitzpatrick has an 18-point edge going into the final night. With a maximum of 58-points available to the winner of both his respective heat race and the A-main event it could come down to the last lap to decide the fate of these two. Corbett gained three points in last week’s races. Fitzpatrick is aiming to be the youngest to ever win a championship in any division at the 58-year old fabled Evergreen Speedway. As always this division brings out a large car count for their final race of 2012.
Stinger 8 division championship has boiled down to the final race with Josh Young in command of the point lead. Young leads Jessica Gray by 49-points. With finishing and passing points available in both the heat race and main event it is still not out of reality that Gray could still win the championship. Gray will need Young to falter to win her first championship and be only the second women to ever win a championship. Young is also looking to win his first championship. Young has grown a beard during the season, has hinted that if he wins the championship he will shave it off.
Jason Majors has the lead for the 2012 Pro 4 Truck Series championship heading into the traveling series last race. Mike Wiley is second 40-points behind Majors. Both Majors and Wiley have won championships in the past. Another nice field of trucks is expected for their championship night.
With two races remaining this season for the Street Stock and Mini-Stock divisions, Saturday night’s races loom large for those in the chase. Street Stock division leader Frank Cowgill has a 29-point margin over Frank Ptacek. In the Mini-Stock division Jon Roberts has a commanding lead 73-point lead over Michael Fritz. Roberts still will need a good finish on Saturday to potentially sew up his first ever championship.
For tickets and or more information go online to www.evergreenspeedway.com or call 360-805-6100.
Saturday September 1st in conjunction with the 104th Evergreen State Fair, Evergreen Speedway held NAPA Night at the Races presented by Rodland Toyota. The Speedway Chevrolet NASCAR Whelen All American Series I-5 Challenge Super Late Models had twin 50 lap mains on the 3/8-mile oval. Race one Kelly Mann was victorious and in a surprising finish Tom Hughs won race two. Steve Peters won the NASCAR Super Figure Eight main. Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stock main winner was Roger Drake and the Foster Press NASCAR main was won by Jon Roberts. Kris McKenzie broke a long standing WMRA (Washington Midget Racing Association) qualifying record and followed that with a main event win.
Race one for the Super Late Models had 17 cars take the green for the 50-lap main. Kelly Mann took the lead on lap 25 and never had to look back on the way to his second win this season. Naima Lang finished second as he draws nearer to a fourth championship. Andy Sole made his first trip to the podium as a Super Late Model racer with a third place finish. There were three lead changes with John Bender leading the first 11-laps when he handed the lead off to Daniel Moore who led until Mann took it to the checkers.
Race two for the Super Late Models was completely different than race one. With the full blue moon rising in the east, it took hold of the drivers. Lap one was aborted twice due to accidents and lap two had to be restarted twice due to incidents. Then on lap four there was a major crash exiting turn two taking out Kelly Mann with significant damage to the front of his car. Many of the cars involved took off to pit road during the red flag to get their cars worked on. After a long cleanup of the mess left behind and the lateness of the night it was decided to shorten the 50-lap main to 35-laps. Doni Wanat led the first 18-laps when in traffic lost it to John Bender. Bender had the lead until lap 35 when Bender and Wanat encountered slower traffic. Each trying to find a way through the traffic got caught up in turn three and both went sliding off the track opening the door for Tom Hughs to get the win. It was Hughs’ first victory this season. Second place Doug Davidson was back on the podium after a many year draught. Rookie, 17-year old, Molly Helmuth made her first trip to the podium with a third.
Super Figure Eight winner Steve Peters held the lead for the last 10-laps of the 30-lap feature. Peters second in the points aided his efforts to overtake point leader Jake Repin for the championship by gaining the maximum finishing points. Repin finished a strong second. Quinton Borreson made yet another trip to the podium this season with a third place finish.
Starting from the rear of the 16-car Street Stock 30-lapmain Roger Drake used the outside lane to work his way to the top by lap 22. Drake celebrated his first main event win of the year. Although until the checkers flew it was in question with fast approaching Joe Kneeland making it a photo finish. Kneeland was second and third went to Steve Ptacek.
Jon Roberts won a season high for all divisions his eighth. On his way to a first championship Roberts led the final 27-laps of the 30-lap feature. Michael Fritz tried to chase down Roberts to no avail and settled for second. Visiting outlaw compact driver Chad Benjamin made his first trip up to the podium via a third place run.
A WMRA track qualifying record that was set back in 1995 by Rick Moss was broken after Kris McKenzie finished with a new record of :16.249 on the 3/8-mile. The old mark was :16.497. McKenzie then followed his record setting lap with a win of the 30-lap main. Mitch Hoffses finished second and Troy Globe was third.
Next up at Evergreen Speedway will be September 8th for the annual First Responders Tribute Night with all first responders (Police, Fire, EMS, corrections, etc.) admitted free and their families and or friends up to four admitted for $20. It will be championship night for the Interstate Batteries Hornet and Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8’s. In addition the Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks, Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks and Pro 4 Trucks will be on the docket. Action starts at 6pm with front spectator gates opening at 4:30. For more information and or tickets go online to www.evergreenspeedway.com or call 360-805-6100.
Evergreen Speedway September 1 Results:
Speedway Chevrolet NASCAR Whelen All American Series I-5 Challenge Super Late Models:
Twin 50-laps mains 3/8-mile Oval:
Race #1: 1-Kelly Mann; 2-Naima Lang; 3-Andy Sole; 4-Tom Hughs; 5-Doug Davidson;6-Daniel Moore; 7-Donny Wanat; 8-John Lathrup Jr.; 9-Tommy Rasmussen; 10-Marty Ferguson; 11-Timothy Minister; 12-Jessie Anderson; 13-Jeff Knight; 14-Molly Helmuth; 15-John Bender; 16-Shane Sawin; 17-Tim McDougald
Race #2 (shortened to 35-laps due to time constraints): 1-Tom Hughs; 2-Doug Davidson; 3-Molly Helmuth; 4-Andy Sole; 5-Donny Wanat; 6-John Bender; 7-Jeff Knight; 8-Naima Lang; 9-Tommy Rasmussen; 10-Shane Sawin; 11-Jessie Anderson; 12-Marty Ferguson; 13-Timothy Minister; 14-Tim McDougald; 15-John Lathrup Jr.;16-Daniel Moore; 17-Kelly Mann
NASCAR Super Figure Eights (30-lap main): 1-Steve Peters; 2-Jake Repin; 3-Quinton Borreson; 4-Don Eslick; 5-Tommy Gapp; 6-Mike Steltz; 7-Nick Dunham; 8-Rich Groshong; 9-Steve Schoenfeldt; 10-Bruce Wilson
Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks (3/8-mile oval 30-laps): 1-Roger Drake; 2-Joe Kneeland; 3-Steve Ptacek; 4-Darrell Lutovsky; 5-Frank Cowgill; 6-Kenny Erickson; 7-Jim Foti; 8-Tim Widener; 9-Jeff Miller; 10-Scott Giebel; 11-Brandy Hatch; 12-Eric Gimmaka; 13-Kim Lang; 14-Brian Cottrell; 15-Charlie Davis; 16-Zach Bristol
Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks (3/8-mile oval 30-laps): 1-Jon Roberts; 2-Michael Fritz; 3-Chad Benjamin; 4-Gary Hanawalt; 5-Nat Barber; 6-Andrew Schukar; 7-Scott Burby; 8-Jim Perry; 9-Eric Angeledes; 10-Mark Creager; 11-Travis Woodward; 12-Devin Kessler; 13-Mike Hessler; 14-Jim Cutrell; 15-Chuck Richard; 16-Bob Edwards
WMRA (Washington Midget Racing Association) (3/8-mile oval 30-laps): 1-Kris McKenzie; 2-Mitch Hoffses; 3-Troy Globe; 4 Aaron Willison; 5-Skeet Flake; 6-Billy Bell; 7-Kevin Koepke; 8-Ray Jones; 9-James Pirie; 10-Steve Hora
The Labor Day Holiday tradition continues at Evergreen Speedway this weekend September 1 & 2. In conjunction with the Evergreen State Fair the ‘Super Speedway of the West’ will host two nights of racing. Starting with Saturday night September 1, NAPA Night at the Races will feature the Speedway Chevrolet NASCAR Whelen All American Series I-5 Challenge Super Late Models in twin 50-lap mains on the 3/8-mile paved oval. The Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks, Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks, NASCAR Super Figure Eights and WMRA (Washington Midget Racing Association) for a full night of racing. Sunday night September 2, is the annual Labor Day Weekend Evergreen State Fair Demolition Derby & Fireworks Extravaganza. The night of smashing, crashing and racing action will feature two demo derbies one for trucks and the other for cars plus the Mr. Dizzy Stunt Team (three death defying stunts), Interstate Batteries Hornets, Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8’s, V-8 Extremes and a Giant Fireworks Display. Both nights activities get underway at 6pm with front spectator gates opening at 4:30 on Saturday and 4pm on Sunday. The seating for Saturday will be GA and for Sunday a combination of Reserved and GA.
With just two NASCAR race nights remaining for the Super Late Models which relates to four races with twin 50’s each night. The current point leader Naima Lang has a 40-point spread over Kelly Mann. With a total of 50-points available for a win and dropping by 2-points per position in each race Lang’s shot at a fourth title is still in question. Mann who has won championships at South Sound Speedway and Yakima Speedway has yet to win one at his home track. Mann is the current point leader at South Sound with one race to go there. Lang has three wins this season at Evergreen to Mann’s one. Molly Helmuth (16 years old) and John Lathrop Jr. are in a battle for the coveted rookie of the year. Helmuth has an 18-point edge. Another large field of 16 to 18 cars is expected for the twin 50’s this Saturday.
Three race nights equating to three races remain for the Street Stock and Mini-Stock divisions. Street Stock point leader Frank Cowgill leads by 34-points over Steve Ptacek. Kenny Erickson is 38-points back and Jim Foti is 44-points behind. In the Mini-Stock division Jon Roberts has total command of his destiny for a championship. Enjoying a 68-point margin from his nearest competitor Andrew Schukar, Roberts is in good shape to win his first title. In the street stock division if any of the top four wins the title it will be their first. Points are award in both divisions with 8-points for a heat race win with a 1-point drop per finish position and in the mains it is 50-points per win and a 2-point drop per position.
Jake Repin leads the Super Figure Eight points chase by 22-points above Steve Peters. This is a great battle between two former champions but also one involving the new style figure eight race car verses the older classic style. Just two races remain for this division where a lot can happen with the traffic at the world famous X to contend with each race. The points are awarded for passing and finishes. These ground pounding machines are sure to keep everyone in suspense on Saturday night.
The Hornet races on Sunday are very important with just two races remaining in 2012. Leader Chad Fitzpatrick (15 years old) has a slim 21-point gap over Jaime Corbett. Fitzpatrick a second generation driver is trying to get his first championship. His father, Shawn, won a Mini-Stock championship in 1988. Corbett won a Hornet championship in 2010. A championship for Fitzpatrick would make him the youngest to ever win one in the 58-year history of the fabled speedway.
Also with two races to go in their respective season the Stinger 8 title is in question with Josh Young pulling out to a 20-point margin over Jessica Gray. Young has won the last two mains and Gray has finished fifth in both. With a combination of finish position and passing points in each heat race and main event things can change quickly in this division with Gray leading the point’s just two races ago. No matter who wins the title it will be their first. Another strong turnout of cars is expected for Sunday.
Remember when coming to the front gate of the fair ask for the race ticket and that will get you into the races and the fair. The combination of holiday weekend racing and the fair has always drawn good car counts and crowds. For tickets go to www.evergreenfair.org or www.evergreenspeedway.com. For more information call 360-805-6100.
On Saturday August 25 at Evergreen Speedway ‘Slick’ Don Eslick won the 29th Annual KISW Figure Eight Nationals after twenty-two tries. In other divisions running their respective features on this historic night, Josh Young won the Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8 main and Robert Rux won the Northwest Vintage Modified main. The Figure Eight Nationals was held during the Evergreen State Fair. A large crowd watched history made with Eslick getting the $3000.00 winner’s share of the richest payout ever and the most laps ever 150, of this famous figure eight race.
The drivers drew for their starting position of the record setting 150-lap 29th Figure Eight Nationals. Eslick drew the outside of the front row and used that to his advantage. Leading from the opening lap to lap 29 when Quinton Borreson took over the lead after Eslick had to slow for traffic at the X. Eslick took the lead back on lap 43 and led the remainder of the race. The closest call for Eslick came when Jake Repin had closed to within 6 car lengths and a major traffic jam at the X. As the fans gasped, without hesitation Eslick slithered his way through the X. Not able to do the same Repin was slowed by the traffic and was never able to make up the lost distance. Climbing atop his car after he pulled to victory circle Eslick screamed, “Finally, I finally won this thing.” On victory stage Eslick still jubilant stated, “I can’t believe I finally won the Nationals. Correct me if I am wrong but I believe it has been 22 tries. I have led before only to be disappointed. I led one National with 5 or 6 laps to go and had a flat tire.” Throwing up his hands, “I did it, I did it.” Repin finished second and a happy Pat Clark finished third.
Young drew closer to garnering his first ever Stinger 8 championship by winning the 30-lap feature. The win was his second in a row. With just two races remaining Young just needs strong finishes to get the championship. His closest pursuer Jessica Gray finished fifth for the second week in a row. Ben Chandler finished a strong second and John Lewis (Young’s dad) finished third.
The traveling Northwest Vintage Modified main winner Rux held of all challengers to get his first win this season and first at Evergreen. Bobby Wheeler Jr. finished 2nd and John Mustered finished third.
Next up at Evergreen Speedway is the doubleheader on Labor Day Weekend September 1 & 2 as part of the Evergreen State Fair. On Saturday September 1 it will be NAPA Auto Parts NASCAR Night at the Races featuring the Speedway Chevrolet NASCAR Whelen All American Series I-5 Challenge Super Late Model twin 50’s on the 3/8-mile paved oval. Plus the Les Schwab Tires NASCAR Street Stocks, Foster Press NASCAR Mini-Stocks, NASCAR Super Figure Eights and the traveling WMRA (Washington Midget Racing Association). Starting time is 6pm with front gates opening at 4:30pm. On Sunday September 2 the Annual Evergreen State Fair Demolition Derbies featuring a Truck and Car Demo, plus the Mr. Dizzy Stunt Team performing death defying stunts, Buzz Inn Steakhouse Stinger 8’s, Interstate Batteries Hornets, V-8 Extremes and another of the famous giant Firework displays. Action starts at 6pm with front gates opening at 3pm. Sundays Derby will have reserved seating for the first time. Go online to www.evergreenfair.org or www.evergreenspeedway.com to get tickets. Remember to ask for the race ticket when you come to the fair, that will include entry to the race track and the fair on the same ticket. Call 360-805-6100 for more information.
Evergreen Speedway August 25 Results:
29th Annual KISW Figure Eight Nationals (150-laps): 1-Don Eslick; 2-Jake Repin; 3-Pat Clark; 4-Steve Peters; 5-Quinton Borreson; 6-Cory Turner; 7-Seth Funden; 8-Mike Stelts; 9-Greg Scott; 10-John Carlson; 11-Brian Gunderson; 12-Jessica Wilkinson; 13-Richard Shanebrook; 14-Nick Dunham; 15-Steve Schoenfeldt; 16-Doug Wilkinson; 17-Tommy Gapp; 18-Jim Downey; 19-Zack Larson
Buzz In Steakhouse Stinger 8’s (30-laps): 1-Josh Young; 2-Ben Chandler; 3-John Lewis; 4-Nicole Pollard; 5-Jessica Gray; 6-James Whisman; 7-Matt Somerville; 8-Bryant Carlson; 9-Zach Bristol; 1-Joselyn LaFleur; 11-Melissa Repin; 12-Robert Bridgewater; 13-Lance O’Grain; 14-Ryan Barber; 15-Tyler Tiedeman
Northwest Vintage Modifieds (30-laps – 3/8-mile oval): 1-Robert Rux; 2-Bobby Wheeler Jr.; 3-John Mustered; 4-Chuck Peterson; 5-Tony Carabello; 6-Mike Clother; 7-Jeff Peterson; 8-Dawn Huntley; 9-Todd McCartney