Showing posts with label Wenatchee Valley Super Oval. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Wenatchee Valley Super Oval. Show all posts

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.

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


Via NWSLMS Media

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

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

WHEN: September 21, 2019

Sunday, April 28, 2019

Gracin Raz Powers to First Career NWSLMS Victory



Via NWSLMS Media

Wenatchee, WA (April 28, 2019) – Gracin Raz held off a furious challenge from Brittney Zamora and Alan Cress during the closing laps of the Leonard Evans 150 at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval en route to his first career victory on the Northwest Super Late Model Series.

Jessie Jensen and Mitch Kleyn rounded out the top-5 running order.

Cress captured his first fast time award of the season with a lap of 12.643-seconds, then drew the pole in the series new top-8 invert qualifying procedure.

The Oregon native held the point for the event’s first 47 circuits before yielding to Raz entering turn No. 1. Past NASCAR champion, Jeff Jefferson, driving for his younger brother Jason, wheeled into third place just behind Cress and began to apply pressure to the top-2.

Jefferson tucked behind Raz after a double-file restart on lap 45 and the pair put distance on Cress who had his hands full keeping Trevor Cristiani, Trenton Moriarity and Jensen at bay.

Over the next 10 laps Cristiani would clear Cress and mount a challenge to Jefferson and Raz.

At lap 70 Zamora began to make her charge to the front as she got past Moriarity for fifth place and by lap 83 had cleared Cress to challenge Cristiani for third place.

As the pair battled for the position, Cristiani lost the handle on his Chevrolet, which opened the door for Zamora and Cress to clear the Idaho native in the top-4 running order.

Cress got around Zamora on lap 87 to take over third place with his sights set on catching Jefferson and Raz in the closing laps.

A yellow on lap 99 bunched the field on the ensuing double-file restart, which opened the door for Cress and Zamora to move past Jefferson. Over the next 20 laps Jensen continued his patient approach to the race and moved past Jefferson to nab fourth place.

The night’s final yellow flew at lap 137 setting up a shootout between Raz, Cress and Zamora with Jensen waiting to pounce. Cress was slow to get up to speed as the green flag came out, allowing Zamora to clear for second place. Jensen was unable to stay with Zamora’s move and gave room to Cress to fall in behind the leaders.

Raz was steady in the closing laps, hitting the marks just right to keep Zamora in his rear-view mirror. Over the final handful of laps Zamora drove her Toyota hard through the corners in pursuit of the leader but fell just short at the checkered flag. Cress was able to get his Chevrolet up to speed and moved out to a sizable advantage over Jensen over the waning stages of the race.

The win mark’s Raz’s best finish in a super late model event. A prodigy of Jeff Jefferson, Raz also has a win on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series (2015) as a driver for Jefferson Pitts Racing.

RAZ HUMBLE IN VICTORY LANE:

“I just can’t believe that we were able to get this win. This is an awesome series to race on with the best drivers out here. It’s hard to believe I was able to win over guys like Jeff Jefferson, Garrett Evans and everyone who was here tonight. I have to thank my crew, my brother Kole and my parents for all they’ve done to make this happen.”

NOTES OF INTEREST:

• Garrett Evans, who has never won the race named for his father Leonard, rallied from a poor qualifying effort to bring home an eighth-place finish, advancing 10 positions on the night.

• Mitch Kleyn was the biggest mover of the race, going from his 16th starting position to fifth place over the 150-lap race.

• While it seemed that Jefferson Pitts Racing Rookie of the Year candidate, Tristan Haider, did not advance forward from his sixth place starting position, the Olympia youngster put on quite the show moving to the front of the field after running outside the top-10 for part of the evening. Haider, who made limited starts in 2018 while preparing for his debut season, was the highest finishing rookie of the race.

• Boise, ID driver Dylan Caldwell was involved in a practice accident and was unable to make repairs in time for the event’s qualifying session.

• The race drew competitors from Oregon, Idaho and Washington in addition to the Canadian province of British Columbia.

• Next up for the Northwest Super Late Model Series will be the Yakima Speedway Apple Cup 125 on May 11.

NORTHWEST SUPER LATE MODEL SERIES UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
Leonard Evans 150
Wenatchee Valley Super Oval
150 Laps 37.5 Miles

Unofficial Finishing position/Car No./Name/Hometown/Laps completed
1. 27 Gracin Raz Lake Oswego, OR 150 running
2. 52 Brittney Zamora Kennewick, WA 150 running
3. 91 Alan Cress Stayton, OR 150 running
4. 31 Jessie Jensen Snohomish, WA 150 running
5. 1k Mitch Kleyn Quincy, WA 150 running
6. 24 Tristan Haider Olympia, WA 150 running
7. 42 Jeff Jefferson Naches, WA 150 running
8. 64 Garrett Evans East Wenatchee, WA 150 running
9. 90 Trevor Cristiani Boise, ID 150 running
10. 93 Dave Garber Spokane, WA 150 running
11. 38 Chad Hinkle Yakima, WA 149 running
12. 12 Trenton Moriarity Monroe, WA 149 running
13. 33 Christopher Kalsch Hillsboro, OR 148 running
14. 14 Brandon Carlson Victoria, BC 134 engine
15. 32 Mike Holden Clearview, WA 121 handling
16. 81 Darrell Midgely Sidney, BC 87 engine
17. 17 Robert Presley Olympia, WA 48 accident
18. 15 Tayler Riddle Naches, WA 45 engine
19. 100 Scott Walker West Richland, WA 43 engine
DNQ - Dylan Caldwell, Boise, ID accident

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 valued sponsors including Hoosier Racing Tire, Racing Dynamics, McGunegill Engine Performance, Port City Race Cars, AR Bodies, Joes Racing Products, Penske Racing Shocks, Jostens, Accelerated Graphics, Five Star Bodies, Longacre Racing Products, Wheel Chill, KRC Power Steering, Atomic Screenprinting and Embroidery, Franks Racing Radio, BLP, Jefferson Pitts Racing, Leonard Evans Used Car Super Store, The Ti Company and Pacific Steel Structures LLC. For more information on the series visit www.nwslms.com or on Facebook or Twitter. To contact the series please email northwestsuperlatemodels@gmail.com

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Moriarity Ready to Challenge for Title



Via NSLMS

Wenatchee, Wash. (April 23, 2019) – Coming off a stellar 2018 season that found Trenton Moriarty as the primary threat to Britney Zamora’s eventual championship, the second-generation driver is poised to move to the top of the mountain this season.

One of the rising stars in the region, Moriarty has his sights set on capturing the Northwest Super Late Model Series title and gets those efforts underway this weekend at the Leonard Evans 150 in East Wenatchee, WA.

Wenatchee Valley Super Oval is a demanding race track, according to Moriarty. To be successful in the chase for the race win and series championship, being strong on the ultra-fast .250-mile oval is key, he added.

“One of the biggest challenges (at WVSO) is avoiding the front stretch wall. You also have to be in a position to miss the wrecks and most important is being able to get your car to work on the outside line. Our plans for success (in the race) will be running upfront, leading some laps and hopefully the cards fall into place for us to win the race.”

For Moriarty and his team, in their mind no track is more challenging than another, if solid preparation in the shop and practice is done, he noted.

“I don’t see any track being challenging. The challenge is getting your car set up close enough that you are not throwing the kitchen sink at it each weekend.”

The Monroe, WA native will see that mindset tested as the series schedule offers plenty of chances to battle for the championship.

“I am looking forward to Yakima. I’ve always dreamed of being part of the Apple Cup and Fall Classic since I started racing but never had that opportunity until this season. Thankful for Doug Bettarel keeping Yakima Speedway alive for another season.”

Family will be a big factor in Moriarty’s run to the championship, he said.

“My Dad (famed Evergreen Speedway driver, Tom Moriarty) has been the biggest mentor for me. He’s given me the opportunities to drive the best equipment in the Northwest from a Mini-Stock to a Super Late Model. I also have to thank my finance Katie and daughter Mackenlee for being my number one fans. We’re excited to chase this Northwest Super Late Model Series championship in 2019.”

The Leonard Evans 150 weekend events include Friday’s open practice session leading into Saturday’s qualifying and 150-lap main event. Ticket and other information can be found at wvso.com

The Northwest Super Late Model Series is the premier regional touring Super Late Model series in the Northwest. The series has many valued sponsors including Hoosier Racing Tire, McGunegill Engine Performance, Port City Race Cars, AR Bodies, Joes Racing Products, Penske Racing Shocks, Accelerated Graphics, Five Star Bodies, Longacre Racing Products, Wheel Chill, KRC Power Steering, Atomic Screenprinting and Embroidery, Franks Racing Radio, BLP, Jefferson Pitts Racing, Leonard Evans Used Car Super Store, The Ti Company, Pacific Steel Structures LLC and Racing Dynamics. For more information on the series visit www.nwslms.com or on Facebook or Twitter. To contact the series please email northwestsuperlatemodels@gmail.com

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Leonard Evans 150 Pre-Race



Via NSLMS Media

RACE FACTS:
WHAT: Leonard Evans 150
Race No. 1 of 7

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

WHEN: April 27 8 p.m. PST

DISTANCE: 150 Laps/37.5 Miles

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

PROMOTER: Evans Promotions, Inc.

CONTACTS: Jeremy Anders, WVSO General Manager (509) 699-9317
Jarrod Goodwin, NWSLMS Director (509) 879-5082

THE RACETRACK: WVSO is a 10-degree banked .250-mile paved oval

2018 TOP-10 IN THE EVENT
1) 15 Tayler Riddle Naches, WA
2) 52 Britney Zamora Kennewick, WA
3) 12 Trenton Moriarity Monroe, WA
4) 1K Mitch Kleyn Quincy, WA
5) 92 Logan Jewell Prince George, BC
6) 31 Jessie Jensen Snohomish, WA
7) 00 Naima Lang Lynnwood, WA
8) 12f Chad Fitzpatrick Lake Stevens, WA
9) 81 Darrell Midgley Victoria, BC
10) 20s Andy Sole San Tan, AZ


2018 TOP-10 CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
1) Britney Zamora
2) Mitch Kleyn
3) Trenton Moriarity
4) Andy Sole
5) Doni Wanat
6) Tayler Riddle
7) Alan Cress
8) Braeden Havens
9) Tristan Haider
10) Garrett Evans

READY TO TAKE THE GREEN FLAG:
• She’s Back-Reigning and two-time series champion Britney Zamora will use the break in her NASCAR K&N Pro Series Rookie season to run the Leonard Evans 150. Zamora has multiple wins at WVSO including the 2018 Neal Newberry 125.
• Tayler Trifecta-Defending race champion Tayler Riddle will be aiming for his third Leonard Evans 150 title in four years.
• The list of drivers expected for the Leonard Evans 150 includes Doni Wanat, who has a series victory at WVSO. Coming off a top-5 points finish in 2018, Wanat looks to make a run at the championship with a solid finish at one of his best tracks on the series.
• The winner of the Leonard Evans 150 will earn a guaranteed starting position in the famed Oxford (Maine) 250. A marquee event on the PASS North Series, this marks the first time the opportunity has been presented to a NWSLMS driver that wins a series race.

NOTE OF THE WEEK: GARRETT’S PRIZE?
• Known across the country as one of the greatest short-track drivers of his generation, Garrett Evans has amassed a resume second to none. Name a major super late model race in the Northwest and the odds are high that Evans has won it-except the Leonard Evans 150. Since the race’s inception Evans has chased the title named for his late father, but come up short each year. With 2019’s Leonard Evans 150 set as the NWSLMS season-opening event, Evans will be doubly motivated to win his father’s memorial while also setting out on a strong start to series championship number four.

UPCOMING ON THE NORTHWEST SUPER LATE MODEL SERIES:
The Northwest Super Late Model Series heads to the Yakima Speedway Apple Cup 125 on May 11 as race number two of the season. Originally scheduled for early April, the event was postponed due to inclement weather. Owen Riddle (2017) is the defending champion of the race with Garrett Evans having won the last series points-paying Apple Cup race in 2016.

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 valued sponsors including Hoosier Racing Tire, Racing Dynamics, McGunegill Engine Performance, Port City Race Cars, AR Bodies, Joes Racing Products, Penske Racing Shocks, Jostens, Accelerated Graphics, Five Star Bodies, Longacre Racing Products, Wheel Chill, KRC Power Steering, Atomic Screenprinting and Embroidery, Franks Racing Radio, BLP, Jefferson Pitts Racing, Leonard Evans Used Car Super Store, The Ti Company and Pacific Steel Structures LLC. For more information on the series visit www.nwslmseries.com or on Facebook or Twitter. To contact the series please email northwestsuperlatemodels@gmail.com

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Zamora Wins the Race and the Championship



Via Shari Garber/NWSLMS Media

Rochester, WA (August 18, 2018) “Super Girl” Brittney Zamora wowed fans at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval (WVSO) for the Knutson Construction Fall Shin-dig Neal Newberry 125 when she passed northwest legend, Garrett Evans (Wenatchee, WA) to take over the lead and charge to victory in the fifth running of the feature event honoring Neal Newberry. Zamora, who reverted to her trademark green car graphics for the event, merely had to take the initial green flag to secure the championship. Being the first to cross the checkered flag made it even sweeter. Zamora is the defending Neal Newberry 125 and Northwest Super Late Model Series (NWSLMS) champion. This is her second win of the 2018 season. A tight pack made up the field and the race itself was intense. Excited fans saw successful three-wide racing on more than one occasion during the event giving credit to the professionalism of the touring drivers.

Starting third in the field behind quick qualifier, Gracin Raz (Lake Oswego, OR), Zamora quickly moved into the second position. With the tight field, several cautions flew during the 125-lap feature event. Zamora restarted outside of Raz on several occasions and was content to fall in line behind him once they crossed the green flag. Raz developed a flat tire on one such restart, causing Zamora to check up, allowing both Garrett and Jan Evans (Wenatchee, WA) to pass. Zamora was able to retake the younger Evans quickly. The wily veteran proved to be a bigger challenge, as he was able keep Zamora behind him. Zamora waited for the right opportunity and when she got it, nabbed the lead and the took the final fifty-five laps to the checkered. In addition to full-time school and a part-time job, Zamora has run a full-time schedule at Evergreen Speedway, earning a fifth place overall and rookie of the year honors. If that and the touring championship wasn’t enough, Zamora made time for the Boys and Girls Club, and collected money and supplies to put nearly 100 back packs full of school supplies for area children. The icing on the cake was a 3-race deal with High Point Racing and Toyota Racing Development, in which Zamora finished well in the first two events.

Running a limited schedule over the past couple years, Raz showed he still has what it takes to put himself in position to win. Laying down the quickest lap in qualifying and capturing the win in his positioning heat race labeled Raz a threat to win. Raz fell from first to seventeenth with the flat but was able to hang on until a caution flew. Losing valuable track position with the flat, Raz was able to make a comeback to fifth.

Alan Cress (Stayton, OR) who ran a limited schedule in 2018, qualified second on the grid. Cress won his positioning heat race and started outside front row next to Raz. Cress never strayed far from the top to earn his second podium finish of the year, including a win at South Sound Speedway.

Mitch Kleyn (Quincy, WA), the lone veteran of the series made some impressive moves on his way to a fourth-place finish. Starting seventh on the grid, Kleyn worked his way to the front and made an outside challenge for the lead. Evans and Zamora were able to shuffle Kleyn back to fourth where he finished. Kleyn and the Wild 1 Team secured a third runner-up finish in the series championship standings. The point’s battle coming into the race was tight between Kleyn, Andy Sole (San Tan, AZ) and Trenton Moriarity (Monroe, WA). It came down to the checkered flag to determine the final order with Moriarity finishing 7th and Sole finishing 10th respectively in the feature event. Moriarity finished third in the championship standings and was crowned the NWSLMS Rookie of the Year.

The NWSLMS will be back in 2019. Stay tuned for more information. For more information, you can follow series Facebook page or website www.nwsuperlatemodels.com.

Wenatchee Valley Super Oval
Neal Newberry 125
Knutson Construction Fall Shin-dig

Official Finish:
1 52 Brittney Zamora 125
2 64 Garrett Evans 125
3 91 Alan Cress 125
4 1K Mitch Kleyn 125
5 27 Gracin Raz 125
6 83 Braeden Havens 125
7 12 Trenton Moriarity 125
8 17 Bob Presley 125
9 25b Zack Beaman 125
10 20w Andy Sole 125
11 24 Tristan Haider 125
12 89 Doni Wanat 125
13 23 Corey Allard 125
14 33 Christopher Kalsch 125
15 9 Josh Roberts 124
16 5 Jan Evans 104
17 93 Dave Garber 87
18 35 Robb Touchette 80
19 54 Shelby Thompson 56
20 95 Buck Noel Jr 56
21 26 John Newhouse 47
22 4 Arlyn Long DNS
23 38 Chad Hinkle DNS

Lap leaders: Lap 1-48 Gracin Raz, Lap 49-68 Garrett Evans, Lap 69-125 Brittney Zamora

This week’s contingency prizes were awarded to the following drivers:
Hoosier Tire Award – Bob Presley, Alan Cress, Jan Evans
Joe’s Hard Luck Award – John Newhouse
Longacre Racing Products Longest Tow – John Newhouse
Longacre Racing Products Hard Charger – Brittney Zamora
Wheel Chill $100 Gift Certificate off Retail Set of Wheel Chills – not awarded
Wheel Chill $25 Gift Certificate off Driver Wheel Chill – Doni Wanat
Wheel Chill $25 Gift Certificate off Retail Grill Chill – Trenton Moriarity
Frank’s Radio Gift Certificate $100 - $75 - $50 – Brittney Zamora, Garrett Evans, Alan Cress
Auto Meter Gift Certificate – Buck Noel Jr.
The Ti Company “Hard Charger” – Bob Presley

Final Point Standings:
Pos Car# Driver Name Total Points Wins
1 52 Brittney Zamora 320 2
2 1K Mitch Kleyn 273
3 12 Trenton Moriarity 269
4 20 Andy Sole 268
5 89 Doni Wanat 247 1
6 15 Tayler Riddle 197 1
7 91 Alan Cress 187 1
8 83 Braeden Havens 169
9 24 Tristan Haider 151
10 64 Garrett Evans 151
11 17 Bob Presley 150
12 33 Christopher Kalsch 148
13 5 Jan Evans 114
14 33 Brooke Schimmel 106
15 93 Dave Garber 103
16 38 Chad Hinkle 75
17 18 Ian Graham 74
18 23 Brandon Ash 70
19 92 Logan Jewell 69
20 25 Zack Beaman 69
21 12F Chad Fitzpatrick 67
22 35 Robb Touchette 66
23 26 John Newhouse 60
24 95 Buck Noel Jr 55
25 48 Preston Peltier 53
26 75 Jeremy Doss 52 1
27 10 Owen Riddle 46
29 09 Clint Habart 44
28 27 Gracin Raz 48
30 31 Jessie Jensen 42
31 00 Naima Lang 41
32 28 Andrew Koens 41
33 81 Darrell Midgley 39
34 65 Tyler Tanner 39
35 1 Agni Howell 39
36 8 Kelly Admiraal 38
37 53 Alex Lessor 37
38 11 Riley Watson 36
39 12 Thane Alderman 35
40 23 Corey Allard 35
41 11 Ed Thomsen 34
42 4 Arlyn Long 34
43 15F Jim Franklin 33
44 11 Cole Keatts 33
45 9 Josh Roberts 33
46 14 Don Staggs 32
47 30 Jeremy Richardson 31
48 7 Kurt Meyer 30
49 70 Trent Seidel 30
50 54 Shelby Thompson 29
51 88 Dirk Bennett 28
52 8 Tom Elam 28
53 36 Grant Brown 28
54 16 Dan Moore 26
55 88 Jack Chisholm 25
56 27 Tim Elliott 24
57 39 Pete Harding 21

For additional information, please contact Jarrod Goodwin (509) 879-5082.

In their fifth 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, Franks Racing Radio, Jefferson Pitts Racing, Bassett Wheels, TI Company, Pacific Steel Structures, LLC, Leonard Evans Used Car Super Store and Racing Dynamiks. For more information on the series visit www.nwsuperlatemodels.com or on Social Media, Facebook (NWSLMS) or Twitter (@nw_latemodels).

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Zamora Looking to Clinch Second Championship


Via Shari Garber/NWSLMS Media

Wenatchee, WA (September 17, 2018) Brittney Zamora is on the verge of making history … again. Zamora claimed the 2017 Northwest Super Late Model Series (NWSLMS) championship and became the first northwest touring female champion. Having one championship as a female is a big deal. Having two is history making. Zamora has only to take the green flag at the season championship 5th Annual Neal Newberry 125 event at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval (WVSO) this Saturday to clinch the 2018 championship. Zamora capped off last season with a win. She’ll be looking to match that again.

The nineteen-year-old “SUPERGIRL” from Kennewick, Washington has had a busy racing schedule. Zamora has run a full season at Evergreen Speedway earning the Rookie of the Year title. In addition, Zamora placed 5th overall in the Speedway Chevrolet standings, 4th in the Bud Crown standings and the NASCAR Whelen All American standings. Zamora was also invited to participate in a diversity combine for Toyota Racing Development. Her great test results earned her a 3-ride deal with High Point Racing. Getting used a different car, crew and racing venues, Zamora has had great finishes.

The biggest battle will be for the 2018 runner-up honors. A two-point battle between second and fourth will keep everyone on their toes. Andy Sole (San Tan, AZ) has had consistent finishes all season and looking to improve his season high 4th place. He sits on top of the point heap. Mitch Kleyn (Quincy, WA) is the only driver to compete in every NWSLMS touring event. Kleyn has had two runner-up seasons, as well as two third place finishes in the championship standings. He’ll be looking to improve on that in his bid to move up the standings ladder. Trenton Moriarity (Monroe, WA) has had to battle his way back into the points after missing the Montana 200. Moriarity is still looking for that elusive first touring win in his rookie touring season.

Don’t count out Doni Wanat (Woodinville, WA). He’s come on strong is the latter half of the season, winning the last NWSLMS at Evergreen Speedway. He’s trails Sole by 18 points.

This is just the tip of the ice burg. Just to name a few: Garrett & Jan Evan’s father/son team is back after a few races off. Add to that Gary Lewis, who’s been missed for a couple years is back in action. Lots of racing action expect.

The NWSLMS is part of the Fall Shin-Dig weekend. The racing action gets underway Saturday at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval.

Preliminary Entry List
Car# First Last City State
1K Mitch Kleyn Quincy, WA
5 Jan Evans E. Wenatchee, WA
9 Josh Roberts Ephrata, WA
12 Trenton Moriarity Monroe, WA
17 Robert Presley Olympia, WA
20 Andy Sole San Tan, AZ
23 Corey Allard Sagle, ID
24 Tristan Haider Olympia, WA
25b Zack Beaman Yakima, WA
26 John Newhouse Twin Falls, ID
27 Gracin Raz Lake Oswego, OR
33 Christopher Kalsch Hillsboro, OR
38 Chad Hinkle Yakima, WA
52 Brittney Zamora Kennewick, WA
54 Shelby Thompson Spokane, WA
64 Garrett Evans E Wenatchee, WA
73 Gary Lewis Snohomish, WA
83 Braeden Havens Spokane, WA
89 Doni Wanat Woodinville, WA
91 Alan Cress Stayton, OR
93 Dave Garber Spokane, WA

Current NWSLMS Point Standings
Pos Car# Driver Name Total Points Wins
1 52 Brittney Zamora 267 1
2 20 Andy Sole 230
3 1K Mitch Kleyn 229
4 12 Trenton Moriarity 228
5 89 Doni Wanat 211 1
6 15 Tayler Riddle 197 1
7 91 Alan Cress 137 1
8 83 Braeden Havens 126
9 33 Christopher Kalsch 114
10 24 Tristan Haider 114
11 17 Bob Presley 110
12 33 Brooke Schimmel 106
13 64 Garrett Evans 103
14 5 Jan Evans 82
15 38 Chad Hinkle 75
16 18 Ian Graham 74
17 93 Dave Garber 70
18 23 Brandon Ash 70
19 92 Logan Jewell 69
20 12F Chad Fitzpatrick 67

For additional information, please contact Jarrod Goodwin (509) 879-5082.

In their fifth 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, Franks Racing Radio, Jefferson Pitts Racing, Bassett Wheels, TI Company, Pacific Steel Structures, LLC, Leonard Evans Used Car Super Store and Racing Dynamiks. For more information on the series visit www.nwsuperlatemodels.com or on Social Media, Facebook (NWSLMS) or Twitter (@nw_latemodels).

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Riddle Wins Leonard Evans 150 Opener at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval



Via NSLMS Media

Wenatchee, WA (April 30, 2018) Tayler Riddle (Naches, WA) is no stranger to the winner’s circle. He’s won some of the biggest and richest races in the country. Riddle was faced with some stiff competition getting to the front in the 4th Annual Leonard Evans 150 at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval. It wasn’t until lap 85 that Riddle was able to take over the lead for good in his bid for the 2018 championship. Riddle becomes the only two-time winner of the Leonard Evans 150 event honoring the late father of Garrett Evans.

The Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. (NWSLMS) 2018 season kicked off Saturday with qualifying for the 23-car field. The top qualifier was 2017 Season Champion Brittney Zamora (Kennewick, WA) with a lap of 12.741 seconds. Eight cars qualifying in the 12.7 second bracket set the pace for the day. Zamora drew a ten-car invert for the start of the feature event.

The pace to the green flag was set by Jan Evans (E. Wenatchee, WA) and Mitch Kleyn (Quincy, WA). The youngest Evans, running a brand-new car and sporting a new number “5”, would take the lead and hold it for the first 46 laps. Riddle and Kleyn would make the inside pass, putting Evans back to third. Riddle continued to lead until Mitch Kleyn made an impressive pass on a restart from the outside to take over. Riddle would keep pace with Kleyn and finally regained the lead for the final time to take it to the checkers.

Evans made an outstanding save while running third after contact racing with Kleyn. Evans lost only one position to Zamora in the melee. With her sites set on Riddle, Zamora would start reeling him in and making up ground in lapped traffic. After contact on a restart, Zamora and Kleyn would have a great battle before she took the second position for the final time at lap 128. Riddle took advantage of their battle to put distance between them.

Rookie contender, Trenton Moriarity (Monroe, WA), making his first start on the NWSLMS Tour, made a remarkable comeback after spinning in the early stages of the event. Moriarity, who restarted 22nd, battled his way through the field to take the third.

A late race caution set up a Green-White-Checkered finish. With the fans on their feet, Riddle was able to get the jump on Zamora to the finish line, and Moriarity was able to clear Kleyn for the third and final podium position. Logan Jewell (Agassiz, BC, Canada) finished fifth. Zamora will leave Wenatchee with a 1 point lead over Riddle.

The next NWSLMS Tour event is June 2 at South Sound Speedway.

Leonard Evans 150 Final
1 15 Tayler Riddle 150
2 52 Brittney Zamora 150
3 12 Trenton Moriarity 150
4 1K Mitch Kleyn 150
5 92 Logan Jewell 150
6 31 Jessie Jensen 150
7 00 Naima Lang 150
8 12F Chad Fitzpatrick 150
9 81 Darrell Midgely 150
10 20 Andy Sole 150
11 91 Alan Cress 150
12 5 Jan Evans 150
13 35 Rob Touchette 150
14 11 Ed Thomsen 149
15 15F Jim Franklin 149
16 38 Chad Hinkle 143
17 18 Ian Graham 143
18 89 Doni Wanat 122
19 17 Robert Presley 74
20 88 Dirk Bennett 62
21 33 Brooke Schimmel 42
22 16 Dan Moore 42
DNS 83 Braeden Havens
Lap leaders: 1-46 Jan Evans, 47-77 Tayler Riddle, 78-84 Mitch Kleyn, 85-150 Tayler Riddle

Monday, April 23, 2018

Stacked Field Set for Leonard Evans 150



Via NSLMS Media

WENATCHEE, WA (April 23, 2018) A stellar field of super late model cars and drivers is set for the 4th Annual Leonard Evans 150 scheduled for April 28th at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval (WVSO) for the Northwest Super Late Model Series, Inc., (NWSLMS) season opener. A mix of rookie and veteran competitors will start the season off with a bang.

2017 Season Champion Brittney Zamora hopes to repeat her last win at WVSO, the Neal Newberry 150 back in September, which capped off a great sophomore season and earning her the honor of being the first female west coast touring division champion, as well as the youngest driver to win the series title. Zamora has expanded her schedule for 2018 to include a full season at Evergreen Speedway. Zamora picked up the CW11 Supergirl sponsorship, as well as being selected as one of seven participants in the Alan Kulwicki Driver Development Program in the off season. She’s definitely making her mark on the northwest circuit.

Runner-up Jan Evans, fresh off his Jefferson Pitts Rookie of the Year season in 2017, will be back for the Leonard Evans 150, named after his late grandfather. Sixteen-year-old Evans, debuting a new car number, had an outstanding rookie season, bringing home second in the overall points standings and a season high second place finish.

Mitch Kleyn, the only driver to compete in every race in the series, has finished second or third in the championship standings in the series first four years of existence. Kleyn scored his first Super Late Model event last season at South Sound Speedway. Kleyn and the Wild 1 racing team are poised and looking for the big prize at the end this season.

The 2017 Speed51.com Most Popular Driver, Brooke Schimmel will be back in action looking for a title in 2018. The 17-year old driver was victorious at Meridian Speedway, as well as taking the series win at Rocky Mountain Raceway in 2017. Schimmel ran as a development driver for Lee Faulk Motorsports during the 2017 season, competing mostly in North Carolina, but plans to focus her efforts closer to home this year.

In addition to many regular NWSLMS drivers, a few new faces will be competing during the 2018 season. Trenton Moriarity, 25-year-old 2017 NASCAR Whelen All American Series champion will make his NWSLMS debut. Moriarity, who will be running for the Jefferson Pitts Rookie of the Year status in 2018, will also be in the hunt for his first NWSLMS win.

Alex Lessor, a multi-time Montana Raceway Park Champion, will make the long haul to Washington in a bid for his first series win. While Lessor hasn’t had the best of luck in his previous NWSLMS attempts, he’s looking for the break to turn his luck around.

No stranger to winning super late model events, Tayler Riddle, a previous Leonard Evans 150 winner, will be ready to back it up. Riddle, who could be a challenger for the series championship has previously won 4 NWSLMS features, as well as some of the region’s most prestigious and richest events, including the 2015 Chilly Willy and the 2016 Summer Showdown.

These are highlights from just a few of the drivers, from all over the northwest, including Canada that will be on hand for this event to kick off the 2018 season.

Expected Driver’s List
Car# First Last City State
1K Mitch Kleyn Quincy, WA
5 Jan Evans E. Wenatchee, WA
11 Ed Thomsen Kennewick, WA
12 Trenton Moriarity Monroe, WA
12 Chad Fitzpatrick Lake Stevens, WA
15 Tayler Riddle Naches, WA
15 Jim Franklin Kennewick, WA
16 Dan Moore Monroe, WA
17 Robert Presley Olympia, WA
18 Ian Graham Agassiz, BC, Canada
20 Andy Sole San Tan, AZ
31 Jessie Jensen Monroe, WA
33 Brooke Schimmel Woodland, WA
35 Rob Touchette Lake Stevens, WA
38 Chad Hinkle Yakima, WA
52 Brittney Zamora Kennewick, WA
53 Alex Lessor Kalispell, MT
81 Darrell Midgely Sidney, BC, Canada
83 Braeden Havens Spokane, WA
88 Dirk Bennett Spokane, WA
89 Doni Wanat Woodinville, WA
91 Alan Cress Stayton, OR
92 Logan Jewell Prince George, BC, Canada

For additional information, please contact Jarrod Goodwin (509) 879-5082.

In their fifth 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, Franks Racing Radio, Jefferson Pitts Racing, Bassett Wheels, TI Company, Pacific Steel Structures, LLC, Leonard Evans Used Car Super Store and Racing Dynamiks. For more information on the series visit www.nwsuperlatemodels.com or on Social Media, Facebook (NWSLMS) or Twitter (@nw_latemodels).

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

NWSLMS Announces 2018 Schedule



Wenatchee, WA (November 27, 2017)–The Northwest Super Late Model Series has entered into agreements with facilities across the Northwest in preparation for an exciting season of racing stretching from April to September of 2018. The series kicks off its fifth season of competition on April 28 with the annual Leonard Evans 150 held at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval.

The North Central Washington quarter-mile hosts two NWSLMS events during the 2018 season and continues as the series anchor track on its schedule. For the second consecutive season WVSO will host the series championship night with the running of the Neal Newberry 125 on September 22.

South Sound Speedway returns to the series schedule with two events in the upcoming season, June 2 and August 18 respectively. In 2017 Mitch Kleyn picked up the victory in the series inaugural visit to the three-eighth mile speed plant.

Officials with the series and Evergreen Speedway management have come to agreement on two events for 2018 (July 28 and Sept. 8). The races mark a return of the series to the famed track for the first time since 2016.

“Our schedule for 2018 provides super late model teams with great venues, outstanding competition from a local and touring level and the challenges of running at three unique facilities. We’re excited to get this schedule out now so that our teams and prospective new drivers can plan for 2018,” said NWSLMS Series Director Jarrod Goodwin. “We still have some open weekends that our series is in discussions to fill with additional dates and venues and we’re hopeful to have further announcements on that in the coming weeks.”

When the series takes the green flag for 2018 it will be Brittney Zamora leading the charge as its reigning champion. Zamora made history in 2017 as the first female race winner on the series which propelled her to the first championship for a female driver in Northwest history.

“Zamora certainly had a breakout year on the series in 2017, she had plenty of challengers along the way to that championship including the hard-charging Jefferson Pitts Racing Rookie of the Year Jan Evans, our South Sound winner Mitch Kleyn, the series second female driver to win a main event in Brooke Schimmel and so many more. We believe 2018 will continue to see a balance of young talent and outstanding veterans battling it out for the championship,” Goodwin said.

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 corporate partners including Hoosier Racing Tire, McGunegill Engine Performance, AR Bodies, Accelerated Graphics, Five Star Bodies, Longacre Racing Products, Wheel Chill, KRC Power Steering, Atomic Screenprinting and Embroidery, Franks Racing Radio, BLP, Jefferson Pitts Racing, The Ti Company, Pacific Steel Structures, 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

2018 NWSLMS Schedule of Events (Subject to Change)
April 28- Leonard Evans 150, Wenatchee Valley Super Oval, East Wenatchee, WA
May 12- Open date looking to possibly schedule
June 2- South Sound 125, South Sound Speedway, Tenino, WA
July 28- Central Welding 125, Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, WA
Aug. 18- South Sound 125, South Sound Speedway, Tenino, WA
Sept. 8- Les Schwab Championship Night 100, Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, WA
Sept. 23- Neal Newberry 125, Wenatchee Valley Super Oval, East Wenatchee, WA

Contact: Jarrod Goodwin (509) 879-5082
northwestsuperlatemodels@gmail.com

Friday, September 29, 2017

Young Guns Steal the Show; Zamora Crowned Champion



Via NSLMS

Wenatchee, WA (October 29, 2017) It was an under 21 podium at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval for the 4th Annual Neal Newberry 125. Young guns Brittney Zamora, Jan Evans, and Brooke Schimmel crossed the stripes 1-2-3.

Having fast time isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Brittney Zamora can attest to that. After taking the top spot, the eighteen-year-old Zamora drew an inverted eight chip. Starting eighth in the 21-car field with some very competitive racers, Zamora patiently and cautiously made her way through the field and toward the front. A couple near misses slowed her down for a minute, but by lap 93, Zamora had secured second place, and went after the leader, veteran driver Joe Constance. Zamora stalked Constance for 25 laps and muscled the lead from him on lap 123. The rest was making history as Zamora led the field to the checkered flag winning her second NWSLMS event of 2017 and becoming the first ever female Northwest Touring Champion. “He’s is a great driver, props to him for some clean racing out there,” said Zamora of Constance, “but I had to make the pass when I had the chance.”

Zamora has had an outstanding follow up season to her Jefferson Pitts Rookie of the Year in 2016. Graduating from high school with honors, performing her final dance recital, starting college at Washington State University, two NWSLMS wins, as well as podium finishes, and a championship have highlighted her summer.

Second generation driver, Jan Evans knew he had his work cut out for him in the final event for 2017. Coming into the night third in points, and first in Jefferson Pitts Rookie of the Year points, Evans held a mere four-point lead over his closest competitor Brooke Schimmel. The sixteen-year-old Evans qualified in the fifth position, and started the main event in the second row. Early in the race, Evans got together with Clint Habart who spun. Evans was posted for the contact and restarted from the back of the field. Climbing up to thirteenth, Evans was again involved in an incident, this time with Christopher Kalsch. Once again relinquished to the rear of the field, Evans needed to regroup and focus on making his way through the field. By lap 86, he was back to the seventh position. By lap 110, Evans had caught Schimmel in third. After a heated battle, Evans got to the inside to take the position. Schimmel tried a crossover move, but was thwarted by a lapped car. Evans continued to chase down the top two. As Zamora made her move, Constance bobbled and Evans was there to take over second. Evans edged ahead of Mitch Kleyn by three points for the second finishing position in the championship standings, along with winning the Jefferson Pitts Rookie of the Year title for 2017.

Sixteen-year-old, Brooke Schimmel started the night with a sixth-place qualifying position. From the second row, Schimmel was quick to jump up to second place in the field to do battle with pole setter Braeden Havens. Havens was strong, but Schimmel took over the lead on lap fourteen. Opening a big lead on the field, Schimmel looked poised to take win number three of the season. Brushing the front stretch wall on lap 36, Schimmel spun by herself going into turn one, handing the lead to Chad Holaday, who had moved into the second position. From first to seventeenth in the blink of an eye, Schimmel remained unruffled. Making her way back toward the front, Schimmel was back in the top ten by lap 70, and into the top five by lap 100.

Schimmel tracked down and passed Alan Cress and Andy Sole to take over the third position. With a mirror full of Evans, Schimmel tried to hold him off, but was unsuccessful. Schimmel finished her rookie season with two wins and fourth place in the championship standings.

With a win under his belt at South Sound Speedway this season, Mitch Kleyn was looking to send this season off with a bang. Not the qualifying effort he had hoped, changes to the car had Kleyn’s hopes up for a great finish. Caught up as an innocent bystander in the Kalsch/Evans incident, Kleyn suffered some damage that hampered his efforts. Kleyn recovered to a top ten finish, in seventh position, and third in the overall championship standings. Kleyn is part of the core of the series, and the only driver to have competed in every event in the four-year history of the NWSLMS.

Alan Cress, of Stayton, Oregon has competed in seven of the eight events during the 2017 season, making the longest tow to nearly every event this season. Cress started on the front row with Havens. Holding on to third place late in the race, Cress got shuffled back near the end, finishing eighth and sixth overall in the championship standings.

With one of the smallest teams in the series, Ed Thomsen has made every event this season. Improvement at every event, you’ll always find Ed and brother Pete with big smiles in their pit. While finishing fourteenth in the event, Thomsen finished a personal super late model best, fifth in the championship standings.

The top six championship contenders have put their heart and soul into the NWSLMS. They are the backbone. We’d like to thank the drivers, crew, and their families for their continued support. Plans for 2018 are underway with efforts to be bigger and better.

Final Results – Wenatchee Valley Super Oval, Neal Newberry 125

1 52 Brittney Zamora 125
2 64j Jan Evans 125
3 33s Brooke Schimmel 125
4 78 Joe Constance 125
5 20w Andy Sole 125
6 83 Braeden Havens 125
7 1K Mitch Kleyn 125
8 91 Alan Cress 125
9 90 Molly Helmuth 125
10 31 Chad Holaday 125
11 26 John Newhouse 125
12 40 Steve Floyd 125
13 09 Clint Habart 125
14 11 Ed Thomsen 125
15 51 Glenn Knutson 124
16 27 Max Tullman 121
17 16 Dan Moore 73
18 93 Dave Garber 64
19 33K Christopher Kalsch 41
20 64s Stephanie Evans 10
21 98 Greg Bennett 10

Lap leaders: 1-12 Braeden Havens, 13-39 Brooke Schimmel, 40-86 Chad Holaday, 87-88 Braeden Havens, 89-122 Joe Constance, 123-125 Brittney Zamora

This week’s contingency prizes were awarded to the following drivers:
Hoosier Tire Award – Newhouse, Kleyn, Schimmel
KRC Power Steer Gift Certificate – Stephanie Evans
Longacre Racing Products Longest Tow – John Newhouse 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 – Stephanie Evans
Frank’s Radio Gift Certificate $100 - $75 - $50 – Brittney Zamora, Jan Evans, Brooke Schimmel The Ti Company “Move of the Race” – Brittney Zamora

Final 2017 Point’s Standings
Pos Car# Driver Name Total Points Wins
1 52 Brittney Zamora 380 2
2 64J Jan Evans 346
3 1K Mitch Kleyn 343 1
4 33 Brooke Schimmel 339 2
5 11 Ed Thomsen 301
6 91 Alan Cress 274
7 51 Glen Knutson 169
8 83 Braeden Havens 167
9 64S Stephanie Evans 134
10 99 Shane Mitchell 132 1
11 1R Christian Roeder 125
12 26 John Newhouse 124
13 93 Dave Garber 122
14 64 Garrett Evans 96 1
15 24 Joey Bird 91
16 29 Jason O'Neil 86
17 72 Kameron McKeehan 85
18 89 Doni Wanat 84
19 40 Dylan Caldwell 84
20 90 Molly Helmuth 84
21 14 Brandon Carlson 81
22 39 Pete Harding 81
23 31 Chad Holaday 71
24 20 Andy Sole 68
25 89 Patrick Hinkle 63
26 25 Zach Beaman 53
27 10 Owen Riddle 53 1
28 15 Tayler Riddle 53
29 23 Brandon Ash 51
30 23 Chris Fenton 51
31 38 Chad Hinkle 48
32 17 Bob Pressley 47
33 75 Jeremy Doss 45
34 78 Joe Constance 44
35 7 Kurt Meyer 43
36 91X Mike Sackett 42
37 2 Tommy Elstoen 40
38 11w Riley Watson 40
39 88 Dave Thomasson 40
40 9 Josh Roberts 39
41 10 Justin Ellis 39
42 09 Clint Habart 38
43 55 Rod Schultz Sr 37
44 36 Jesse Iwuji 37
45 24 Tim Babcock 37
46 93 Karl Smith 36
47 40 Steve Floyd 36
48 30 Jeremy Richardson 35
49 27 Max Tullman 35
50 28 Wade Koens 34
51 6 Dan Lowther 34
52 8 Anthony Pope 33
53 29 Jeff Wade 33
54 22 Byron Goetz 32
55 16 Dan Moore 31
56 60 Scott Graff 30
57 81 Darrell Midgley 29
58 66 Jeff Bischofberger 29
59 33K Christopher Kalsch 29
60 98 Greg Bennett 27
61 83 Tom Berrow 26
62 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 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)

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Mitchell Scores Emotional Comeback Victory



Wenatchee, WA (April 30, 2017) It has been two years since Shane Mitchell was involved in a horrific accident at the Inaugural Leonard Evans 200. Mitchell’s back and ribs were broken after careening head on into the turn 1 retaining wall before his car burst into flames. Mitchell’s recovery kept him out the rest of the 2015 season.

Since that time, Mitchell has struggled to get back to the success he’s previous known. From the eighth starting position Saturday night for the Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. (NWSLMS), season opener, you’d have never known. He put the familiar orange and yellow flamed car in the lead on lap 23, and dominated all the way to the checkered flag for the 3rd Annual Leonard Evans 150.

“It’s just good to be back in the winner’s circle since the last bad wreck I had up here,” said a choked up Mitchell. “I haven’t had the greatest luck since then.” Mitchell debuted his new FURY Race Car that he hadn’t plan to race until Saturday morning. “We fired up the other car this morning and it dropped a piston,” noted Mitchell. “We rolled this one out with about 12 laps on it.” The new car had been put together over the winter with the intention of selling it. “Nobody wanted us to race it in the family.” With a huge smile on his face, he said “But look; brought it home with not a scratch on it and we won the race.”

When asked if he planned to take advantage of the guaranteed starting positions for Oxford 250, Mitchell wasn’t sure, but announced his retirement at the end of this year. “We’re going to retire, get rid of the cars, build some hot rods. Me and Dad have been doing this a long time.”

Backing up his 2nd place finish from last Fall, Joey Bird took the runner up position. Bird earned the 2nd guaranteed starting position for the Oxford 250. Qualifying 2nd quick, Bird started 9th in the 10-car inverted field, and drove up to the 2nd position, where he stayed for most of the race.

One of the more exciting battles of the night was between Braeden Havens and Brittney Zamora. Zamora had fallen as far back as 19th after a spin, but worked her way up to the 4th position. Havens knew where to keep his car to the advantage, as the two cars worked their way toward the finish line, with Havens taking the final podium spot.

In one of the major developments of the evening, Garrett Evans, 3-time defending NWSLMS champion, broke an upper link and track bar taking the green flag for his qualifying lap. Without time on the clock, Evans was forced to start at the rear of the 23-car field. By lap 75, Evans had taken over the 5th position, but was unable to advance further to one of the coveted guaranteed Oxford 250 starting positions. Evans will make the trip to Oxford for the second year in a row.

Fast time qualifier, Jeremy Doss, of Upper Lake, California showed a strong performance early in the race. After drawing the pill, Doss started from the 10th position for the invert. Doss quickly gained the 2nd position, and held it for a portion of the race, before pitting under yellow for a mechanical issue. Without losing a lap under caution, Doss was able to work his way back to the 8th position.

The race was slowed 9 times for caution, 6 of them in the first 50 laps, including a lengthy red flag after a chain reaction incident that retired several cars from the race.


Official Finish Pos. Car No. Name Hometown Laps
1 99 Shane Mitchell Orondo, WA 150
2 24 Joey Bird Spokane, WA 150
3 83 Braeden Havens Airway Heights, WA 150
4 52 Brittney Zamora Kennewick, WA 150
5 64 Garrett Evans E. Wenatchee, WA 150
6 89 Doni Wanat Woodinville, WA 150
7 64j Jan Evans E. Wenatchee, WA 150
8 75 Jeremy Doss Upper Lake, CA 150
9 9 Josh Roberts Ephrata, WA 150
10 1k Mitch Kleyn Quincy, WA 149
11 64s Stephanie Mitchell E. Wenatchee, WA 148
12 11 Ed Thomsen Kennewick, WA 147
13 14 Brandon Carlson Victoria, BC, Canada 129
14 91 Alan Cress Stanton, OR 126
15 1r Christian Roeder Ephrata, WA 101
16 22 Bryon Goetz Okanogan, WA 88
17 31 Chad Holaday Wenatchee, WA 46
18 51 Glenn Knutson Quincy, WA 45
19 81 Darrell Midgley Victoria, BC, Canada 45
20 33 Brooke Schimmel Woodland, WA 42
21 66 Jeff Bishofberger Santa Cruz, CA 25
22 86 Tom Berrow Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada 24
23 93 Dave Garber Spokane, WA 23
DNS 95 Buck Noel, Jr Yakima, WA

This week’s contingency prizes were awarded to the following drivers:

Hoosier Tire Award – Ed Thomsen, Glenn Knutson, Dave Garber
KRC Power Steering $50 Gift Certificate – Alan Cress
Longacre Racing Products Longest Tow - $50 Gift Certificate to Jeremy Doss
Longacre Racing Products Hard Charger - $50 Gift Certificate to Garrett Evans

Wheel Chill $100 Gift Certificate off Retail Set of Wheel Chills – Jeremy Doss
Wheel Chill $25 Gift Certificate off Driver Cool Box – Chad Holaday
Wheel Chill $25 Gift Certificate off Retail Grill Chill – Glenn Knutson

Frank’s Radio Gift Certificate $25 – Joey Bird, Brittney Zamora, Garrett Evans

The Ti Company “Move of the Race” $100 & Plaque – Brittney Zamora

The next event for the NWSLMS is at Spokane Super Oval on May 20th. www.spokanesuperoval.com

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).

Monday, April 24, 2017

Zamora Eyes 2017 Winner’s Circle



WENATCHEE, WA (April 22, 2017) The 2016 Northwest Super Late Model Series Inc. (NWSLMS) Jefferson Pitts Racing (JPR) Rookie of the Year driver, Brittney Zamora is looking up. Coming fresh off her JPR test session, Zamora has set her goal higher for this season; to take last year’s Rookie of the Year to the Winner’s Circle in 2017.

Zamora and the JPR K&N Pro Series West team, led by Jeff Jefferson, met at Yakima Speedway for the nearly 18-year-old to claim her Rookie of the Year prize, a K&N Pro Series test session. After a day at the Naches JPR shop to get fitted, Zamora was ready for her test at the track. After a quick shake down, minor adjustments, a perfect car was just what she got. A100-lap test session landed her as the fastest driver of that car at Yakima Speedway.

“It was a great experience and I loved being able to experience the different level of racing,” said Zamora. “We came away with excitement and confidence in knowing we have the ability to compete at that level.” The team is actively looking for sponsorship partners to secure the ride for the Spokane County Raceway K&N West race, giving her the opportunity to make her debut.

The NWSLMS kicks off its 2017 season this weekend at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval for the 3rd Annual Leonard Evans 150. A strong field of entrants is expected with drivers from the west coast to western Canada competing for the coveted first place prize monies, and for a bigger payday as well.

The top two finishers will be on the “Road to the Oxford 250 should they choose, with guaranteed starting positions in the Pro All Star Series (PASS) event on August 26-27 for the 44th Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine. Three-time NWSLMS champion, Garrett Evans, has his eye on the one of those starting positions for the prestigious event. Not gaining the finish he would have liked in last year’s event, Evans has been gearing up for a rematch since then.

Also on tap for the weekend is the Streetstock Sizzler 75, Columbia River Legends and Bandoleros.

Leonard Evans 150 Pre-Entry List
1K Mitch Kleyn Quincy, WA
3 Barry Shingar Cranbrook, BC, Canada
9 Josh Roberts Ephrata, WA
11 Ed Thomsen Kennewick, WA
14 Brandon Carlson Victoria, BC, Canada
20 Andy Sole Quincy, WA
22 Bryon Goetz Okanogan, WA
24 Joey Bird Spokane, WA
31 Chad Holaday Wenatchee, WA
33 Brooke Schimmel Woodland, WA
51 Glenn Knutson Quincy, WA
52 Brittney Zamora Kennewick, WA
64 Garrett Evans E Wenatchee WA
64J Jan Evans E Wenatchee WA
66 Jeff Bischofberger Santa Cruz, CA
75 Jeremy Doss Upper Lake CA
77 CJ Hawley Othello, WA
81 Darrell Midgely Victoria, BC, Canada
83 Braeden Havens Spokane, WA
86 Tom Berrow Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada
88 Dirk Bennett Spokane, WA
89 Doni Wanat Woodinville, WA
93 Alan Cress Stayton, OR
93 Dave Garber Spokane, WA
95 Buck Noel Jr Yakima, WA
99 Shane Mitchell Orondo, WA

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).

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

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Doni Wanat Snags First Career NWSLMS Win



Wenatchee, WA (September 12, 2016)–Short track racing was at its best for the Neal Newberry 125 at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval Saturday night in Wenatchee, WA. When the lights came on and the checkered flag flew it was Doni Wanat taking home his first career Northwest Super Late Model Series victory.

Joey Bird, Clint Habart, Braeden Havens and Alan Cress rounded out the Top-5 finishers.

The day started out with the 24-car field taking to qualify for the 125-lap feature. Current NWSLMS point’s leader, Garrett Evans, set a new track record at 12.535-sec. lap. Both Jan Evans, son of Garrett and Braeden Havens would also break the previous track record. An eight-car invert was pulled by Garrett Evans, putting Andy Sole and Steve Floyd on the front row.

Sole and Floyd brought the 24 car field through the gears to the green flag with Floyd using the outside line to overtake Sole for the lead. Floyd stayed out front for the first 17 laps until Brent Harris moved from third to first in just two laps with a pass on Floyd to the outside. Harris would showcase his horsepower on the fast quarter mile for the next 50 laps, withstanding pressure throughout the stretch from hard-charging Shane Mitchell.

On lap 67 a car spinning brought out the caution bringing Mitchell and Harris side by side for the restart. When the green flag flew it was Mitchell getting a run to the outside as the two raced side by side for the next two laps. On lap 70 Harris made contact with Mitchell in turn No. 4 sending Mitchell sideways. Harris and Mitchell would retire for the evening after the contact.

After the smoke settled it was Garrett Evans in the top spot with Wanat to his outside on the restart. The lead wouldn’t last long for Evans as Alan Cress would make a run to pass both Wanat and the leader Evans to establish himself at the front of the field.

Cress would hold the lead for several laps until Wanat made a move to retake the top spot with less then 40 laps to go. In the closing laps both Cress and Evans would fall back due to handling issues.

Wanat was able to build a commanding lead until a caution came out on lap 114 bunching up the field once again. This time on the restart it was a fast charging Bird who would battle Wanat to the checkered flag. Bird came from the thirteenth starting position to second and positioned himself for a win but it Wanat who was able to hold the young gun and take the checkered flag.

JOES Racing Hard Charger was Molly Helmuth who advanced 13 positions from 24th to 11th place finish. Bird power driving to the front earned him the “KRC Power Steering Power Move of the Race”.

Next up for the NWSLMS is the series championship race, the 29th Annual Fall Classic, at Yakima Speedway. Set for September 30-October 2, this is the premier season finale for the Northwest.

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
Mountain Dew/EZ Burger Neal Newberry 125 Presented By Clearwater Saloon and Casino
Wenatchee Valley Super Oval
125 Laps 37.5 Miles

Unofficial Finishing position/Car No./Name/Hometown/Laps completed
1. 89 Doni Wanat Woodinville, WA 125
2. 24 Joey Bird Spokane, WA 125
3. 09 Clint Habart Cranbrook, BC 125
4. 83 Braeden Havens Airway Heights, WA 125
5. 91 Alan Cress Stayton, OR 125
6. 65 Tyler Tanner Auburn, WA 125
7. 20 Andy Sole Cle Elum, WA 125
8. 51 Glenn Knutson Quincy, WA 125
9. 1k Mitch Kleyn Quincy, WA 125
10. 94 Andrew Koens Roseburg, OR 125
11. 90 Molly Helmuth Seattle, WA 125
12. 5 Ryan Wells Hingham, MT 125
13. 52 Brittney Zamora Kennewick, WA 125
14. 11 Ed Thomsen Pasco, WA 125
15. 64g Garrett Evans East Wenatchee, WA 125
16. 9 Josh Roberts Ephrata, WA 125
17. 23 Christian Roeder Ephrata, WA 123
18. 88 Dirk Bennett Spokane, WA 119
19. 33 Brooke Schimmel Woodland, WA 117
20. 0 Brent Harris East Wenatchee, WA 73
21. 99 Shane Mitchell East Wenatchee, WA 72
22. 64j Jan Evans East Wenatchee, WA 69
23. 98 Chris Kellogg Spokane, WA 49
24. 40 Steve Floyd Wenatchee, WA 37

Race Contingency Awards-
Wheel Chill Fast Time- No. 64. Garrett Evans 12.535 ($200 award)
Wheel Chill Lucky “7” Award- No. 20 Andy Sole (7th place finisher $25 award)
Wheel Chill 11- No. 90 Molly Helmuth (11th place finisher $25 award)
Wheel Chill Early Exit- No. 40 Steve Floyd (First car out of the race)
JOES Racing Products Hard Charger- No. 90 Molly Helmuth (advanced from 24th to 11th)
JOES 12th Man Award- No. 5 Ryan Wells (finished in 12th place)
KRC Power Steering “Power Move Of the Race”-No. 24 Joey Bird
Racers Against Child Abuse Hard Luck Award- No. 98 Chris Kellogg ($50 award)

2016 Top-10 NWSLMS Unofficial Points
Driver Total
1 Garrett Evans 335
2 Braeden Havens 285
3 Ryan Wells 278
4 Mitch Kleyn 270
5 Brittney Zamora 257
6 Ed Thomsen 239
7 Glenn Knutson 216
8 Clint Habart 215
9 Dirk Bennett 186
10 Shane Mitchell 177

Thursday, September 8, 2016

The Wild One Mitch Kleyn Back at WVSO



Wenatchee, Wash. (September 7, 2016)– The town of Quincy, WA is known for the famous potatoes and corn they grow. Mitch Kleyn has been growing as a top Northwest Super Late Models Series driver and bringing spotlight on the small town in the racing community. This weekend Kleyn will look to make a victory trip back to Quincy from the Neal Newberry 125 at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval.

Kleyn has finished second to Garrett Evans in the NWSLMS Championship the past two seasons but this year Kleyn has been even stronger in his performances including his first podium finish in series history. The success of this season started in the offseason when Kleyn purchased a new car from Racing Dynamics and brought them along to the track for set up and support.

“Working with Travis (Sharpe) and Daniel (Henderson) from Racing Dynamics has been amazing this year. The new car has been fast everywhere we went and now it’s starting to reflect on our finishes these past few races”

The finishes are coming at the right time for the Wild 1 team with three Top-10 finishes in the last three races including a third place finish at Stateline. The upfront finishes have put Kleyn in a close point’s race with Ryan Wells, Braeden Havens and Brittney Zamora for the second through fifth in the 2016 NWSLMS Championship points race with just two races remaining.

The year has had its downs as well with Kleyn having very fast cars the first two races but mechanical issues sent him to the pits costing him valuable points.

“We didn’t start off so well with some issues that we had with the motor but our car was still really fast. We knew that we needed to put that behind us and focus on the positives for the rest of the season. Working with Daniel as our Crew Chief has really made me focus on the set ups of the car and getting it dialed in during practices.”

The season has also seen Kleyn, spend some time pulling double duty during some race weekends as both driver and crew chief with his 8 year old son Kasey racing Bandoleros.

“It’s different when I’m watching Kasey race with him being just 8 and racing at 60mph. He’s done really well and not very many dads can say they get to race at the track the same weekend as their kids. Our family is a racing family and we really enjoy being at the track”

With the 2016 season coming down to the final two races the Wild 1 team will head back to familiar territory when they return to their home track of Wenatchee Valley Super Oval this weekend for the Neal Newberry 125.

“We’re getting better and better as the year has gone on. Wenatchee is one of my favorite tracks and we’re looking forward to trying to bring home a win. We had a really good car here in April and led some laps. Only a couple of races left and it would be nice to finish off the year strong, especially at Wenatchee.”

The victory won’t come easy for the series veteran this weekend as one of the largest fields of the year will be on hand as 25 Super Late Models are expected. Evans has wins on the year but is still looking for his first series win at his home track. Fellow Quincy native and 2015 Rookie of Year Glenn Knutson will try to improve off his fifth place finish at the race last year.

Some of the NWSLMS top drivers like Wells, Havens, Zamora, Ed Thomsen and Clint Habart will be looking to hold off some local favorites and past series winners Shane Mitchell and Brent Harris. This weekend will also see some outsiders in the mix like former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Tyler Tanner, past Evergreen Speedway Winner Doni Wanat along with Southern Oregon standouts Alan Cress and Wade Koens. This will be one of the biggest Super Late Model fields in the Northwest this year.

Action gets underway Friday with an open practice session for the NWSLMS teams. Saturday features the NWSLMS Neal Newberry 125 main event along with WESCO Sprint Cars and Dick’s Heating and Air Conditioning Thunder Cars.

For a complete weekend schedule and ticket information visit Wenatchee Valley Super Oval website at www.wvso.com

The Northwest Super Late Model Series is the premier regional touring Super Late Model series in the 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

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Neal Newberry 125 WVSO Pre-Race Notes



RACE FACTS & NOTES OF INTEREST
WHAT: Neal Newberry 125

WHERE: Wenatchee Valley Super Oval in East Wenatchee, WA

WHEN: September 10, 2016

DISTANCE: 125 Laps/ 37.5 Miles

SANCTION: Northwest Super Late Model Series (NWSLMS)

PROMOTER: George Wade, WVSO

CONTACTS: Doug Pace, NWSLMS (509) 294-0495
George Wade, WVSO (530) 510-7858

THE RACETRACK: The high-banked .250-mile oval is known as one of the fastest and nicest short tracks in the country. The facility is located on the plateau above East Wenatchee, WA with snowcapped mountains in the background. The track is a shared facility with the NCW Gun Club.

2016 Northwest Super Late Model Series Top 10 Points
Garrett Evans 297
Ryan Wells 242
Braeden Havens 238
Mitch Kleyn 231
Brittney Zamora 222
Ed Thomsen 205
Glenn Knutson 176
Clint Habart 169
Dave Garber 163
Blake Williams 161

Top 10 at Neal Newberry 150 in 2015
Owen Riddle
Braeden Havens
Garrett Evans
Josh Roberts
Glenn Knutson
Dave Garber
Nicole Behar
Mitch Kleyn
Tayler Riddle
Jason O’Neil

NOTES OF INTEREST:

This will be the second trip to Wenatchee Valley Super Oval for the Northwest Super Late Model Series in 2016. Shelby Thompson won the Leonard Evans 150 back in April.
Championship Wins- Garrett Evans won his previous two series championships with consistency in finishing in the top 5 but had no wins in the first two years. This season Evans is looking to three-peat based on four wins in six series races this year.
Girl Power- For the second time in NWSMLS history three female drivers will start in a race. This weekend will showcase Jefferson Pitts Racing Rookie of the Year leader Brittney Zamora, 17, young gun Brooke Schimmell, 15, making just her second start in a SLM and returning to the series will be Evergreen Speedway standout Molly Helmuth, 21.
Home Cooking- The return to Wenatchee means the return to the home track for series regulars Evans, Mitch Kleyn and Glenn Knutson. Evans has been on fire with wins but Kleyn has been coming on in the past 3 races with three top 10s including two Top-5 performances. Knutson is looking for a change of luck after having some mechanical issues last race. The 2015 series Rookie of the Year finished fifth in this race a year ago.
Evergreen Invasion- Four Evergreen Speedway regulars will be making the trip to WVSO for the Neal Newberry 125 including Doni Wanat, Andy Sole, Tyler Tanner and Molly Helmuth.
Coming North- Three drivers from the state of Oregon will be racing in the Neal Newberry 125 including Alan Cress from Stayton, OR making his return to the series. Willie Thompson of La Pine, OR and Andrew Koens of Roseburg, OR will both be making their series debut.

STAT OF THE WEEK:
• Keeping the Hardware Local- It’s been two years since a Wenatchee Area driver has won a NWSLMS Race at WVSO. This weekend seven drivers will be looking to keep the hardware in the Valley including past winners Evans, Shane Mitchell and Harris along with Knutson, Kleyn, Josh Roberts and Jan Evans.

UPCOMING ON THE NORTHWEST SUPER LATE MODEL SERIES:
The Northwest Super Late Model Series will head to the historic Yakima Speedway September 30th- October 2nd for the 29th Annual Fall Classic and 2016 NWSLMS Championship event. This race has seen over 35 cars each of the last 2 years. More information on www.yakimaspeedway.us

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, Accelerated Graphics, 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