Showing posts with label Northwest Super Late Model Series. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Northwest Super Late Model Series. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Series Officials Optimistic on 2020 Season


Via NWSLMS Media

SPOKANE, Wash. (June 9, 2020)–Despite the continued moving target of a 2020 Northwest Super Late Model Series season-opener, officials and track partners remain upbeat about the potential to run a complete season of events this year. The series first two race dates have been pushed back into at least the month of July with the understanding that if current pandemic conditions improve, events with spectators could begin in mid-summer.

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

NWSLMS Opener Moves to Wenatchee 200



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SPOKANE, Wash. (April 14, 2020)–Officials with the Northwest Super Late Model Series and Wenatchee Valley Super Oval have agreed to move the Leonard Evans 150 series opener to late May and the scheduled Wenatchee 200 weekend.

Saturday, February 15, 2020

NWSLMS Heads Into 2020 With New Owners



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Spokane, Wash. (February 14, 2020)– Officials with the Northwest Super Late Model Series and its leadership head into the 2020 racing season under new ownership as Northwest Super Late Model Tour LLC has acquired the super late model touring group.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Haider Earns NWSLMS Rookie of the Year Crown


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Wenatchee, WA (October 16, 2019)–Tristan Haider has been behind the wheel of a race car of some type since he was nine years old. Along the way success, wins and accolades have been part of his rise in the Northwest.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Cristiani Earns 2019 NWSLMS Championship


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Wenatchee, WA (October 10, 2019)–Driven to be a champion is catch phrase many use to set goals and rise to the top of a sport. For Northwest Super Late Model Series driver, Trevor Cristiani, the efforts put forth to achieve the goal are in part what made 2019 a season to remember for the Idaho driver.

Marshall Jr. Posts Breakthrough Victory in Fall Classic


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Yakima, WA (October 8, 2019)–For Randy Marshall Jr. the will has always been there to race and beat the very best the Northwest has to offer. From quarter midget days, hobby stock racer then moving to Pro Late Models, the Moxee, Wash. native has been strong at every level he’s competed at in his career. However, Marshall Jr. has yearned to put it all together and compete at the highest level, Northwest Super Late Model Series racing.

Thursday, October 3, 2019

One More Battle for NWSLMS Drivers


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Wenatchee, Wash. (October 2, 2019)– It all comes down to a 200-lap battle for victory in the 32nd Annual Fall Classic at Yakima Speedway, plus the potential for a Northwest Super Late Model Series championship as four drivers, joined by a stellar field of contenders, invade the famed half-mile this weekend to close out the 2019 racing season.

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Northwest Super Late Model Series Fall Classic 200 Preview


Via NWSLMS Media

RACE FACTS:
WHAT: Fall Classic 200
Race No. 7 of 7

WHERE: Yakima Speedway, Yakima, Wash.

WHEN: Oct. 6

DISTANCE: 200 Laps/100 Miles

SANCTION: Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. (NWSLMS)

PROMOTER: B&B Promotions, Inc.

CONTACTS: Randy Marshall Sr. Yakima Speedway (509) 248-0647
Jarrod Goodwin, NWSLMS Director (509) 879-5082

Monday, September 23, 2019

Evans Scores Big in Wenatchee With Neal Newberry 125 Victory


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East Wenatchee, WA (September 22, 2019)–Garrett Evans broke through for his second victory of Northwest Super Late Model Series season as he earned the Neal Newberry 125 win at Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval on Saturday, September 21.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Zamora Aims for Newberry Three-Peat


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Wenatchee, WA (September 19, 2019) – Brittney Zamora, the defending two-time champion of the Northwest Super Late Model Series, has spent this season focusing on her first full year on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series. Currently ranked inside the top-5 in the championship standings on the series, while sitting second in the chase for the Rookie of the Year title, Zamora has had little time to race for her family-owned late model team. When she does make a start in the late model ranks, the Kennewick native has proven to be up for the challenge.

Monday, September 16, 2019

Northwest Super Late Model Series Neal Newberry 125 Preview


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RACE FACTS:
WHAT: Neal Newberry 125
Race No. 6 of 7

WHERE: Wenatchee Valley Super Oval, E. Wenatchee, Wash.

WHEN: September 21, 2019

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Trevor Cristiani Declared Atomic 125 Winner


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Hermiston, OR (September 2, 2019)–Northwest Super Late Model Series points leader, Trevor Cristiani, was declared the winner of the Atomic 125 held Sept. 1 at Hermiston Raceway. The decision comes after a last-lap incident involving the leaders resulted in contact between the two with both drivers penalized upon completion of the event.

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Northwest Super Late Model Series Atomic 125 Preview


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RACE FACTS:
WHAT: Atomic 125
Race No. 5 of 7

WHERE: Hermiston Raceway, Hermiston, Ore.

WHEN: September 1, 2019

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Cristiani Ready for NWSLMS Stretch Run


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Wenatchee, WA (August 12,2019)–Idaho native Trevor Cristiani finds himself atop the Northwest Super Late Model Series championship standings with a grueling three-race run still ahead. That stretch begins Sunday, September 1 with the running of the Labor Day Spectacular 125 at Hermiston Raceway.

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Holden Hangs on For Central Welding 125 Win

Photo Courtesy ME Wright

Via NWSLMS Media

Monroe, WA (July 27, 2019)–Mike Holden held off Naima Lang over the final seven laps of the Central Welding 125 en route to his first career victory on the Northwest Super Late Model Series.

Trevor Cristiani, Doni Wanat and Garrett Evans rounded out the top-5 finishing order.

Monday, July 22, 2019

Northwest Super Late Model Series Central Welding 125 Preview



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RACE FACTS:

WHAT: Central Welding 125
Race No. 4 of 7

WHERE: Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash.

WHEN: July 27, 2019

DISTANCE: 125 Laps/46.875 Miles

SANCTION: Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. (NWSLMS)

Monday, July 15, 2019

Cress Leads Title Chase Heading to Evergreen


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Wenatchee, WA (July 15, 2019)–Alan Cress is a man on a mission as he chases the Northwest Super Late Model Series championship, which will honor his former car owner, Bruce Latta. A win at South Sound Speedway back in June propelled Cress to the top of the title standings as the series heads back into action on July 27 at Evergreen Speedway with the running of the Central Welding 125.

Friday, June 28, 2019

NWSLMS Well Represented in Summer Showdown


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Wenatchee, WA (June 27, 2019)–The Northwest’s premier Super Late Model shootout, Evergreen Speedway’s Summer Showdown, brings together the top drivers from across the country chasing one of the richest payouts in the sport. Included in the entry list are several of the stars of the Northwest Super Late Model Series including past champion Garrett Evans who is joined by Trevor Cristiani, Tayler Riddle and 2019 Jefferson Pitts Racing Rookie of the Year candidate, Tristan Haider.

Monday, June 3, 2019

Cress Slips Past Cristiani For South Sound Win


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Wenatchee, WA (June 1, 2019)–Alan Cress battled Trevor Cristiani right down to the final lap of the South Sound 125 with a yellow flag coming out late that opened the door for the Stayton, Ore. driver second career Northwest Super Late Model Series victory at South Sound Speedway.

Friday, May 31, 2019

Hinkle Aims for Home Win at South Sound



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Wenatchee, Wash. (May 30, 2019)–Chad Hinkle moved to competing on the Northwest Super Late Model Series two seasons ago after a successful career at South Sound Speedway in their local Late Model class. With a resume full of big race wins at his home track, Hinkle looks to add a touring-level Super Late Model victory to his body of work. That chance may come in Saturday’s South Sound 125 that features the top touring drivers of the Northwest battling it out for supremacy on the tricky .375-mile oval.