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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

NBCSN To Broadcast 2018 NASCAR K&N Pro Series and Whelen Modified Tour Races Featuring Next Generation of NASCAR Stars



Via NASCAR PR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (March 7, 2018) – NBC Sports Group and NASCAR are partnering to deliver NASCAR K&N Pro Series and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour coverage on NBCSN throughout the 2018 season. Today the organizations announced the full broadcast schedule, where fans can tune-in to see the next generation of drivers competing to make a name for themselves on the track.

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West returns to NBCSN on Tuesday, March 20 at 11 p.m. ET from Kern County Raceway Park, followed by the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at Myrtle Beach Speedway on Wednesday, March 21 at 6 p.m. ET.

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East returns to NBCSN on Friday, April 20 at 1 a.m. ET from Bristol Motor Speedway.

NBCSN will air a total of 37 regional series events, culminating with championship races for all three series. Fans can tune-in to watch victors crowned in the K&N Pro Series East and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour on Oct. 11 and Oct. 18, respectively, followed by the K&N Pro Series West Championship on Nov. 1. NASCAR’s touring series will also be featured in regular highlights and reports on “NASCAR America,” weekdays at 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN.

NBCSN Broadcast Schedule
RACE DATESERIESTRACKTELECAST DATETIME (ET)
Thu, Mar 15K&N Pro WestKern CountyTue, Mar 2011 p.m.
Sat, Mar 17Whelen ModifiedMyrtle BeachWed, Mar 216 p.m.
Sat, Apr 14K&N Pro EastBristolFri, Apr 201 a.m.
Sat, Apr 28K&N Pro EastLangleyThu, May 0311 p.m.
Sat, May 05K&N Pro WestTucsonWed, May 096 p.m.
Sat, May 05K&N Pro WestTucsonThu, May 106 p.m.
Sat, May 12K&N Pro EastSouth BostonSun, May 201 p.m.
Sat, May 12K&N Pro EastSouth BostonSun, May 202 p.m.
Sat, May 19K&N Pro WestOrange ShowThu, May 246 p.m.
Sat, Jun 02K&N Pro EastMemphisWed, Jun 066 p.m.
Sat, Jun 02Whelen ModifiedSeekonkWed, Jun 067 p.m.
Sat, Jun 09K&N Pro WestColoradoThu, Jun 146 p.m.
Sat, Jun 16K&N Pro EastNew JerseyMon, June 18 *6 p.m.
Sat, Jun 23K&N Pro WestSonomaThu, Jun 286 p.m.
Sat, Jun 23Whelen ModifiedLangleyThu, Jun 287 p.m.
Sat, Jun 30K&N Pro WestDouglas CountyFri, Jul 061 p.m.
Sat, Jul 14K&N Pro EastThompsonTue, Jul 246 p.m.
Sun, Jul 15K&N Pro WestSpokaneTue, Jul 247 p.m.
Sat, Jul 21K&N Pro EastNew HampshireWed, Jul 256 p.m.
Sat, Jul 21Whelen ModifiedNew HampshireWed, Jul 257 p.m.
Sat, Jul 20Whelen ModifiedNew Hampshire (All-Star)Fri, Jul 276 p.m.
Fri, Jul 27K&N Pro (Combination)IowaThu, Aug 026 p.m.
Fri, Aug 03K&N Pro EastWatkins GlenWed, Aug 086 p.m.
Sat, Aug 11K&N Pro WestEvergreenWed, Aug 156 p.m.
Wed, Aug 15Whelen ModifiedBristolWed, Aug 226 p.m.
Fri, Aug 24K&N Pro (Combination)GatewayThu, Aug 306 p.m.
Sat, Sep 01Whelen ModifiedOswegoThu, Sep 066 p.m.
Sat, Sep 08Whelen ModifiedRiverheadThu, Sep 136 p.m.
Thu, Sep 13K&N Pro WestLas VegasFri, Sep 212:30 p.m.
Sat, Sep 22K&N Pro EastNew HampshireThu, Sep 276 p.m.
Sat, Sep 22Whelen ModifiedNew HampshireThu, Sep 277 p.m.
Sat, Sep 29K&N Pro WestMeridianFri, Oct 051 p.m.
Sun, Sep 30Whelen ModifiedStaffordFri, Oct 0511 p.m.
Fri, Oct 05K&N Pro EastDoverThu, Oct 116 p.m.
Sat, Oct 13K&N Pro WestAll AmericanThu, Oct 186 p.m.
Sun, Oct 14Whelen ModifiedThompsonThu, Oct 187 p.m.
Sat, Oct 27K&N Pro WestKern CountyThu, Nov 016 p.m.

* Extended highlights of NJMP race will air on “NASCAR America”

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Sun City 125 Cancelled



VIA NSLMS PR

Wenatchee, WA (August 16, 2017) Yakima Speedway has made the decision to cancel The Sun City 125 and local racing for this weekend. Lower than expected car counts played into this decision made by owners, Tom and Ted Pollack. The Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. (NWSLMS) is certainly disappointed by the news, however we understand what it takes to put on a great show, said Series Director Jarrod Goodwin.

A huge shout out to Doug Betterall of Betterall Auto Sales for stepping up to try to make this work for the Series and the drivers, but unfortunately some of the racer’s plans had already been changed.

The next scheduled event for the NWSLMS is the Civil War with the SRL at Rocky Mountain Raceways in Salt Lake City, UT. Rules and entry forms are being emailed.

Final Results – Venom Energy 125
Spokane Super Oval, Spokane, WA
10 Owen Riddle 125
15 Tayler Riddle 125
64j Jan Evans 125
29 Jason O'Neal 125
1K Mitch Kleyn 124
33 Brooke Schimmel 124
91 Alan Cress 124
11 Ed Thomsen 119
51 Glenn Knutson 118
52 Brittney Zamora 53
24 Tim Babcock 47
39 Pete Harding 44
99 Shane Mitchell 33
83 Braeden Havens 25
20 Dave Garber 10

Venom Energy 125 contingency prizes were awarded to the following drivers:
Hoosier Tire Award – Tim Babcock, Pete Harding, Brittney Zamora
KRC Power Steer Gift Certificate – Pete Harding
Longacre Racing Products Longest Tow – Alan Cress
Longacre Racing Products Hard Charger – Mitch Kleyn
Wheel Chill $100 Gift Certificate off Retail Set of Wheel Chills – Brittney Zamora
Wheel Chill $25 Gift Certificate off Driver Cool Box – Glenn Knutson
Wheel Chill $25 Gift Certificate off Retail Grill Chill – Jason O’Neil
Frank’s Radio Gift Certificate $100 - $75 - $50 – Jan Evans, Jason O’Neil, Mitch Kleyn
The Ti Company “Move of the Race” – Jason O’Neil

In their fourth season, the Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. is the premier regional touring Super Late Model series in the Pacific Northwest. The series has many valued marketing partners including Hoosier Racing Tire, McGunegill Engine Performance, AR Bodies, Accelerated Graphics, Five Star Bodies, Longacre Racing Products, KRC Power Steering, Franks Racing Radio, Jefferson Pitts Racing, Bassett Wheels, The Ti Company, Child Havens Learning Center, Pacific Steel Structures, LLC and Racing Dynamiks. For more information on the series visit www.nwslmseries.com or on Social Media, Facebook (NWSLMS) or Twitter (@nwslms)

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Garrett Evans Prevails Over Young Guns



Wenatchee, WA (April 30, 2017) For East Wenatchee, Washington’s Garrett Evans, the “young guns” are everywhere. They even travel with him around the northwest to race. Son Jan and his sister Stephanie have stepped up to tour with the Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. this season, where their father has been champion for the past three years (NWSLMS).

Saturday night, the “young guns” gave the elder Evans a run for his money on his way to a victory in the Park Model Homes 125 at Spokane Super Oval (SSO). The wily veteran showed the up and coming drivers he is still boss, while praising their performance at the same time.

“These young drivers we have coming up are phenomenal,” said Evans. “It’s unbelievable how good they’re doing, and I think the northwest has something to be proud of.

Evans started fourth on the grid after qualifying third in the inverted six field. Spokane’s Braeden Havens took the lead from pole setter Jan Evans on lap 1. By lap 10 though, Evans had started reeling in Havens, with Joey Bird and Zack Beaman tagging along for the ride. Evans made the pass on Havens for the lead on lap 32. Double file restarts kept Evans on his toes, with Havens starting right by his side.

On a late restart, Beaman made his presence known when as passed both third and second place positions with Evans in his sights. Beaman dove to the inside, but Evans nosed ahead. Jan Evans and Brooke Schimmel got together and brought out the yellow flag. On the restart, Beaman’s tires had cooled enough for him to make a run on the inside with Evans choosing the outside starting position. Beaman’s car stuck to the track and he made it wide enough to take the lead on lap 96. With Evans in his rear view and on his back bumper, Beaman held off the veteran. Evans stayed close and found room underneath, retaking the lead on lap 106.

Evans set the cruise control and was looking for the checkered flag when Schimmel spun, setting up a green-white-checkered shootout. The double file restart had Evans, Beaman, Havens and Brittney Zamora gridded for a showdown. Beaman spun the tires and Evans pulled away to the checkered. Zamora got her nose underneath Havens to take the third position, her first podium finish of the season.

Evans takes control of the point lead, with Zamora trailing by only three points in the championship chase. With Evans’ announcement that he will be focusing more on Jan and Stephanie’s program than racing his own, Zamora has a good shot of taking over the top spot. “I’ll probably be parking my car for a while,” noted Evans. “My daughter Stephanie and Jan will be running the rest of the season, and hopefully I’ll get to come back for the last one.”

The next event for the NWSLMS is at South Sound Speedway on June 3, 2017 at www.southsoundspeedway.com

Official Finish
Pos. Car No. Name Hometown Laps
1 64 Garrett Evans E. Wenatchee, WA 126
2 25 Zack Beaman Yakima, WA 126
3 52 Brittney Zamora Kennewick, WA 126
4 83 Braeden Havens Spokane, WA 126
5 72 Kameron McKeehan Lewiston, ID 126
6 29 Jason O’Neil Spokane, WA 126
7 1k Mitch Kleyn Quincy, WA 126
8 91 Alan Cress Staten, OR 126
9 64j Jan Evans E. Wenatchee, WA 125
10 33 Brooke Schimmel Woodland, WA 125
11 11 Ed Thomsen Kennewick, WA 124
12 51 Glenn Knutson Quincy, WA 94
13 24 Joey Bird Spokane, WA 93
14 93 Dave Garber Spokane, WA 61
15 1r Christian Roeder Ephrata, WA 51

Lap leaders: 1-31 Braeden Havens, 32-95 Garrett Evans, 96-105 Zack Beaman, 106-126 Garrett Evans.
This week’s contingency prizes were awarded to the following drivers:
Hoosier Tire Award – Mitch Kleyn, Alan Cress, Glenn Knutson
KRC Power Steer Gift Certificate – Brooke Schimmel
Longacre Racing Products Longest Tow - $50 Gift Certificate to Alan Cress
Longacre Racing Products Hard Charger - $50 Gift Certificate to Kameron McKeehan

Wheel Chill $100 Gift Certificate off Retail Set of Wheel Chills – Zack Beaman
Wheel Chill $25 Gift Certificate off Driver Cool Box – Braeden Havens
Wheel Chill $25 Gift Certificate off Retail Grill Chill – Christian Roeder

Frank’s Radio Gift Certificate $25 – Garrett Evans, Zack Beaman, Brittney Zamora

The Ti Company “Move of the Race” – Zack Beaman
Current Points Standings

1 64 Garrett Evans 96
2 52 Brittney Zamora 93
3 24 Joey Bird 91
4 83 Braeden Havens 91
5 64j Jan Evans 80
6 1k Mitch Kleyn 79
7 91 Alan Cress 74
8 11 Ed Thomsen 73
9 1r Christian Roeder 66
10 51 Glenn Knutson 66
11 33 Brooke Schimmel 66
12 93 Dave Garber 59
13 99 Shane Mitchell 53
14 25 Zack Beaman 53
15 75 Jeremy Doss 45
16 72 Kameron McKeehan 43
17 29 Jason O'Neil 42
18 89 Doni Wanat 42
19 9 Josh Roberts 39
20 64s Stephanie Evans 37
21 14 Brandon Carlson 35
22 22 Bryon Goetz 32
23 31 Chad Holaday 31
24 81 Darrell Midgely 29
25 66 Jeff Bishofberger 29
26 86 Tom Berrow 26
27 20 Andy Sole 25
28 95 Buck Noel Jr 20

In their fourth season, the Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. is the premier regional touring Super Late Model series in the Pacific Northwest. The series has many valued marketing partner including Hoosier Racing Tire, McGunegill Engine Performance, AR Bodies, Accelerated Graphics, Five Star Bodies, Longacre Racing Products, KRC Power Steering, Franks Racing Radio, Jefferson Pitts Racing, Bassett Wheels, TI Company, Child Haven Learning Center, Pacific Steel Structures, LLC and Racing Dynamiks. For more information on the series visit www.nwslmseries.com or on Social Media, Facebook (NWSLMS) or Twitter (@nw_latemodels).

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Super Late Models Roar into Spokane Super Oval



WENATCHEE, WA (May 16, 2017) - In their fifth visit to Spokane Super Oval (SSO), Northwest Super Late Model Series, Inc., (NWSLMS) drivers will return to the high banked oval in Airway Heights, Washington for the Park Model Homes 125.

Last year’s winner, Garrett Evans and runner-up, Zach Beaman will be back for a rematch of their exciting finish. This year, Evans brings his 16-year-old son Jan, to make his late model debut on a half mile track. After racing mostly at Wenatchee and a stop at Stateline Speedway quarter mile venues, the younger Evans is excited and ready to compete on the high banked half

mile oval. Jan finished 7th in a 24-car field in his super late model debut last month at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval.

Gearing up for a shot at the top spot, Braeden Havens will be attempting to duplicate his win at SSO with the Rocky Mountain Challenge Series in 2015. Havens has a series win in last year’s Idaho 200, and took the final podium position last month at Wenatchee, after a great battle with Brittney Zamora.

In addition to Beaman, Clint Habart, Jason O’Neal, Kameron McKeehan and Dirk Bennett will be joining the series for the first time in 2017. McKeehan is a former Inland Northwest Super Stock Association champion.

After last week’s soggy K&N West race, track management has decided to give $10 off with last week’s ticket stub. Bring your K&N admission tickets to the gate with you.

Preliminary Entry List – SSO PMH125
1K Mitch Kleyn Quincy, WA
1R Christian Roeder Ephrata, WA
09 Clint Habart Cranbrook, BC, Canada
11 Ed Thomsen Kennewick, WA
24 Joey Bird Spokane, WA
25 Zach Beaman Yakima, WA
29 Jason O'Neal Spokane, WA
33 Brooke Schimmel Woodland, WA
39 Pete Harding Langley, BC, Canada
51 Glenn Knutson Quincy, WA
52 Brittney Zamora Kennewick, WA
64 Garrett Evans E Wenatchee, WA
64J Jan Evans E Wenatchee, WA
72 Kameron McKeehan Lewiston, ID
83 Braeden Havens Spokane, WA
88 Dirk Bennett Spokane, WA
91 Alan Cress Stayton, OR

Current Point Standings after WVSO
Car # Driver Name Total Points
99 Shane Mitchell 53
24 Joey Bird 52
83 Braeden Havens 46
52 Brittney Zamora 45
64 Garrett Evans 43
89 Doni Wanat 42
64J Jan Evans 41
75 Jeremy Doss 45
9 Josh Roberts 39
1K Mitch Kleyn 38
64S Stephanie Evans 37
11 Ed Thomsen 36
14 Brandon Carlson 35
91 Alan Cress 34
1R Christian Roeder 33
22 Byron Goetz 32
31 Chad Holaday 31
51 Glen Knutson 30
81 Darrell Midgley 29
33 Brooke Schimmel 28
66 Jeff Bischofberger 29
86 Tom Berrow 26
93 David Garber 25
20 Andy Sole 25
95 Buck Noel Jr. 20

In their fourth season, the Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. is the premier regional touring Super Late Model series in the Pacific Northwest. The series has many valued marketing partner including Hoosier Racing Tire, McGunegill Engine Performance, AR Bodies, Accelerated Graphics, Five Star Bodies, Longacre Racing Products, KRC Power Steering, Franks Racing Radio, Jefferson Pitts Racing, Bassett Wheels, TI Company, Child Haven Learning Center, Pacific Steel Structures, LLC and Racing Dynamiks. For more information on the series visit www.nwslmseries.com or on Social Media, Facebook (NWSLMS) or Twitter (@nw_latemodels).

Park Model Homes is a direct factory broker for the nation’s custom Tiny House/Park Model needs. You can find additional information at www.park-model-homes.com

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

NWSLMS Announces 2017 Schedule



Wenatchee, WA (December 13, 2016)­­–Officials with the Northwest Super Late Model Series in partnership with tracks in Washington, Oregon and Idaho have set the 2017 schedule of events. Entering its fourth year of competition, the NWSLMS is the premier super late model series in the Pacific Northwest.

The series opens the 2017 campaign on April 29 with the Leonard Evans 150 at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval. The race marks the first of two stops at the North Central Washington facility operated by Garrett Evans. Wenatchee Valley Super Oval is the site of the 2017 championship event, the Neal Newberry 125, scheduled for Sept. 23.

Spokane County Raceway’s half-mile Super Oval hosts the series on May 20 with the running of the Park Model Homes 125. The series returns to the Inland Northwest track on July 29 for a second 125-lap main event.

For the first time in series history Tenino’s South Sound Speedway hosts a 125-lap event featuring the stars of the Northwest Super Late Model Series. The June 3 race is the first of two new ventures for the NWSLMS in the month of June as the teams invade Douglas County Speedway on June 17. Also featuring a 125-lap main event, the Roseburg facility marks the return of the series to the state of Oregon for the first time since its inaugural season of 2014.

Also hosting the series for the first time in its history will be Meridian Speedway. The quarter-mile facility located just west of Boise features the top teams in the Northwest competing in a 125-lap main event on July 8.

Yakima Speedway brings back the famed Sun City 125 super late model showcase on August 19. The race is the only stop at the Central Washington speed plant during the 2017 season. The event marks the fourth consecutive season the half-mile track has hosted the series.

Drivers competing on the series in 2017 will face over 1,000 laps of competition stretching over six-month span.

“This off-season has been very busy for the series and its partner tracks as we’ve worked to feature one-day events for 2017,” said NWSLMS Series Director Jarrod Goodwin. “Fans and race teams alike have asked to schedule events at South Sound Speedway and we’re excited to work with the Behn family to make that happen on June 3. Sitting down with Adam Nelson to schedule a date at Meridian and the folks who oversee Douglas County Speedway eager to bring the series to Roseburg, we’re excited for the new season and can’t wait to continue the growth of the series.”

The Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. is the premier regional touring Super Late Model series in the Pacific Northwest. The series has many valued sponsors including Hoosier Racing Tire, McGunegill Engine Performance, Port City Race Cars, AR Bodies, Joes Racing Products, Accelerated Graphics, Five Star Bodies, Longacre Racing Products, Wheel Chill, KRC Power Steering, Racers Against Child Abuse, Atomic Screenprinting and Embroidery, Franks Racing Radio, BLP, Jefferson Pitts Racing and Racing Dynamics. For more information on the series visit www.nwslmseries.com or on Facebook or Twitter. To contact the series please email northwestsuperlatemodels@gmail.com

2017 NWSLMS Schedule of Events (Subject to Change)
April 29- Leonard Evans 150, Wenatchee Valley Super Oval, East Wenatchee, WA
May 20- Park Model Homes 125, Spokane Super Oval, Airway Heights, WA
June 3- South Sound 125, South Sound Speedway, Tenino, WA
June 17- Douglas County 125, Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, OR
July 8- Meridian 125, Meridian Speedway, Meridian, ID
July 29- Park Model Homes 125, Spokane Super Oval, Airway Heights, WA
Aug. 19- Sun City 125, Yakima Speedway, Yakima, WA
Sept. 2- TBD w/SPEARS SRL Southwest Tour
Sept. 23- Neal Newberry 125, Wenatchee Valley Super Oval, East Wenatchee, WA

Monday, August 22, 2016

Evans Wins Fourth NWSLMS Race in Shootout


Airway Heights, WA (August 22, 2016)–Some wins might come easier than others and on Saturday night at Spokane’s Super Oval it was a no easy task for Garrett Evans. The two-time defending series champion, Evans, had to work his way to the front and win the battle with young gun Zack Beaman en route to his fourth Northwest Super Late Model Series victory of the season.

Beaman took second followed by Tayler Riddle third with Blake Williams and Mitch Kleyn rounding out the Top-5 running order.

Saturday evening started with Riddle blistering the track qualifying record with a lap of 17.736-sec. on the fast half-mile oval to pick up the Wheel Chill Fast Time and additional $100 cash bonus. Riddle held the previous record at 17.771 that he set back in 2015. Evans was also very fast in qualifying, locking up the second fastest lap. Riddle would draw a six-car invert and put Braeden Havens on the pole with Joey Bird outside the front row.

Havens brought the 22-car field to green grabbing the hole shot into turn 1 to take the lead over Bird. Early portions of the race saw the top-10 cars race nose to tail for the first 40 laps. Havens would hold his lead fighting off battles from second-place Shane Mitchell. Havens continued his lead until Lap 52 when Evans was able to get by Mitchell and put pressure on Havens. Evans was able to get the inside lane in turn three and take the lead. Beaman would follow Evans and move into the second position.

One of the biggest delays on the night came at lap 60 when 2015 Rookie of the Year Glenn Knutson lost a motor down the backstretch, going up into a ball of fire. The car would come to a rest in the top of turn 3 with the fire extinguished but not after leaving a large trail of oil on the track. The red flag would bunch the field up as they headed into the second half of the race.

Evans would bring the cars back around for the green flag on lap 62 with Beaman to the outside of him. The veteran Evans tried to pull Beaman on the start but the young driver kept side by side to the outside. Evans eventually got the lead down the backstretch. The top two were able to pull away from the rest of the field putting pressure and navigating lap traffic. Evans had a lead as big as 1.223 seconds over Beaman. As Evans closed in on lapped traffic he had trouble getting around one car opening the door for Beaman to close the gap.

Beaman used the lap traffic to his advantage and was able to drive around Evans on the outside for the lead. Beaman was able to pull out to a half-second lead until Evans was able to pass the lapped car. Evans worked his way back to the bumper of Beaman with just 10 laps to go.

Evans would regain the lead over Beaman on lap 116 and never look back to capture his fourth win on the year and continue his points lead in the chase for the 2016 championship race. The “KRC Power Steering Power Move of the Race” went to Beaman who showcased his talents against Evans, who gave him praise during post-race interviews.

The JOES Racing Hard Charger was Mitch Kleyn who advanced 6 positions from 11th to a top-5 finish. The two-time series championship runner up has now placed inside the top-5 running order in two of the last three races.

Next up for the NWSLMS is the Neal Newberry 125 at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval September 10th.

The Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. is the premier regional touring Super Late Model series in the Pacific Northwest. The series has many valued sponsors including Hoosier Racing Tire, McGunegill Engine Performance, Port City Race Cars, AR Bodies, Joes Racing Products, Accelerated Graphics, Five Star Bodies, Longacre Racing Products, Wheel Chill, KRC Power Steering, Racers Against Child Abuse, Atomic Screenprinting and Embroidery, Franks Racing Radio, BLP, Jefferson Pitts Racing and Racing Dynamics. For more information on the series visit www.nwslmseries.com or on Facebook or Twitter. To contact the series please email northwestsuperlatemodels@gmail.com


NORTHWEST SUPER LATE MODEL SERIES UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
Park Model Homes 125 Presented by CAL
Spokane Super Oval
125 Laps 62.5 Miles

Unofficial Finishing position/Car No./Name/Hometown/Laps completed
1. 64 Garrett Evans East Wenatchee, WA 125
2. 25 Zack Beaman Yakima, WA 125
3. 15 Tayler Riddle Naches, WA 125
4. 16 Blake Williams Spokane, WA 125
5. 1 Mitch Kleyn Quincy, WA 125
6. 83 Braeden Havens Medical Lake, WA 125
7. 99 Shane Mitchell East Wenatchee, WA 124
8. 24 Joey Bird Spokane, WA 124
9. 3 Barry Shingar Cranbrook, BC 124
10. 52 Brittney Zamora Kennewick, WA 124
11. 93 Dave Garber Spokane, WA 124
12. 5 Ryan Wells Hingham, MT 123
13. 29 Jason O'Neil Spokane, WA 123
14. 33 Brooke Schimmel Woodland, WA 122
15. 88 Dirk Bennett Spokane, WA 121
16. 43 Joey Nelson Spokane, WA 120
17. 11 Ed Thomsen Pasco, WA 117
18. 09 Clint Habart Cranbrook, BC 93
19. 51 Glenn Knutson Quincy, WA 59
20. 44 Marv Schultz Spokane, WA 58
21. 0 Brent Harris East Wenatchee, WA 51
22. 98 Chris Kellogg Spokane, WA 5

Race Contingency Awards-
Wheel Chill Fast Time- No. 15 Tayler Riddle 17.736 ($200 award)
Wheel Chill Lucky “7” Award- No. 99 Shane Mitchell (7th place finisher $25 award)
Wheel Chill 11- No. 93 Dave Garber (11th place finisher $25 award)
Wheel Chill Early Exit- No. 98 Chris Kellogg (First car out of the race)
JOES Racing Products Hard Charger- No. 1 Mitch Kleyn (advanced from 11th to 5th)
JOES 12th Man Award- No. 5 Ryan Wells (finished in 12th place)
KRC Power Steering “Power Move Of the Race”-No. 25 Zack Beaman
Racers Against Child Abuse Hard Luck Award- No. 51 Glenn Knutson ($50 award)

2016 Top-10 NWSLMS Unofficial Points
Driver Total
1. Garrett Evans 297
2. Ryan Wells 242
3. Braeden Havens 238
4. Mitch Kleyn 231
5. Brittney Zamora 222
6. Ed Thomsen 205
7. Glenn Knutson 176
8. Clint Habart 169
9. Dave Garber 163
10. Blake Williams 161

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Northwest Super Late Model Series Notes For Park Model Homes 125



RACE FACTS & NOTES OF INTEREST
WHAT: Park Model Homes 125 presented by CAL
Race No. 6 of 8

WHERE: Spokane Super Oval–located on the grounds of Spokane County Raceway in Airway Heights, WA

WHEN: August 20, 2016

DISTANCE: 125 Laps/ 62.5 Miles

SANCTION: Northwest Super Late Model Series (NWSLMS)

PROMOTER: Rick Nelson, Spokane Super Oval

CONTACTS: Doug Pace, NWSLMS (509) 294-0495
Rick Nelson, Spokane Super Oval (509) 413-1528


THE RACETRACK: Slightly banked .500-mile oval and one of the fastest tracks in the Northwest. Referred to as the “Martinsville of the West” many NASCAR teams have used the facility in preparation for the tricky paper clip Virginia track. The track has undergone many changes and upgrades over the past year with improved pits and safety walls.

2016 Northwest Super Late Model Series Top 10 Points
Garrett Evans 243
Ryan Wells 206
Braeden Havens 196
Mitch Kleyn 188
Brittney Zamora 184
Ed Thomsen 174
Nicole Behar 152
Glenn Knutson 147
Clint Habart 139
Corey Allard 131

NOTES OF INTEREST:

This will be the second trip to Spokane Super Oval for the Northwest Super Late Model Series in 2016. Garrett Evans won the first race back in May.
“Killer B” Flying High- Braeden Havens is flying high after winning his first career NWSLMS win after capturing the Idaho 200 win at Stateline Speedway. Havens is currently 3rd in the 2016 Championship Standings.
The Riddler is Back- Tayler Riddle will make his return to the NWSLMS this weekend after spending the last few months winning some of the biggest races in the Northwest, including Evergreen Speedway’s Summer Showdown and Galloway 150. The Naches, WA Driver has four career NWSLMS wins including last summer’s stop at SCR.
Bouncing Back- Garrett Evans will be looking to bounce back after posting his second worst series finish of his career at the Idaho 200 when he finished 19th. Evans still holds a lead on the 2016 Championship and will be looking to add to his three NWSLMS wins this year.
SUPER LATE MODEL DEBUT- 15 year-old Brooke Schimmel of Woodland, WA will be making her NWSLMS debut this weekend. She has been running in Legend Cars, Pro 4 Late Models and most recently in the West Coast Late Models.
Power Driving- Ryan Wells is coming off an impressive second-place finish at the Idaho 200 that featured him coming from 19th to 2nd place in 40 laps. The Montana native is currently second in the 2016 Championship points. Wells led a majority of the race at SCR in May before falling back late due to handling issues.

STAT OF THE WEEK:
• Manufacture Race-Through the 25 races that the NWSLMS has been in existence it’s been almost even in the amount of races won by the top two manufactures, but Ford takes the win by capturing 13 of the 25 race wins. Chevy has been the dominant force this year with all five main event victories. Which one will see victory lane this weekend?

UPCOMING ON THE NORTHWEST SUPER LATE MODEL SERIES:
The Northwest Super Late Model Series will head back to Central Washington for the Neal Newberry 125 at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval in Wenatchee, WA. The race, to be held Sept. 10, will honor one of the all-time great racing legends of the Wenatchee Valley and Pacific Northwest.

ABOUT THE NORTHWEST SUPER LATE MODEL SERIES:
The Northwest Super Late Model Series is the premier regional touring Super Late Model series in the Northwest. The series has many great sponsors including Hoosier Racing Tire, McGunegill Engine Performance, Port City Race Cars, AR Bodies, Joes Racing Products, Five Star Bodies, Longacre Racing Products, Wheel Chill, KRC Power Steering, Racers Against Child Abuse, Atomic Screenprinting and Embroidery, Franks Racing Radio, BLP, Jefferson Pitts Racing and Racing Dynamics. For more information on the series visit www.nwslmseries.com or visit the series on Facebook or Twitter. To contact the series please email northwestsuperlatemodels@gmail.com