Posts tagged: Ephrata Raceway Park
The ICAR Late Model Series rolled into North Central Washington and when the dust settled Colton Garber and Eric Hector were heading home with first place trophies.
Mike Fought is the new 360 Sprint Champion. Bart Hector, Jr. added his name to the list of Mini Stock Champions and as important to the next in a long line of ERP Champions named Hector. Skyler Leseman is the Street Stock Champion. Dallas White is the Pure Stock Champion. Robert Kirk won the inaugural Super Stock Championship while Colton Fisher is the Youth Hornet division winner.
Strong winds at Ephrata Raceway Park could not hold back main event victories of Tony Seidelman, Mark Atkinson and Chris McCart.
Mike Fought continued his winning ways in the ERP Sprint Car division as the Othello native picked up victory on the 2010 march towards a championship.
Semi-Truck racing action thrilled North Central Washington on Saturday night as a record crowd packed Ephrata Raceway Park for the Rolling Thunder Big Rig Series’ only stop at the quarter-mile.
Mid-Season championship racing was on tap in Ephrata with five winners crown led by 360 Sprint Car winner, Mike Fought of Othello, Wash.
Bart Hector Sr. scores an emotional win on the high-banked quarter mile just north of Moses Lake, Wash.
It was the 100th Sage and Sun Festival in Ephrata last weekend and at Ephrata Raceway Park that means the annual visit from the Washington Midget Racing Association and the Vintage Sprint Cars and Midgets.
As a part of the Behind the Badge Organization awareness efforts, Ephrata Raceway Park hosted a series of Cops versus Cops Trophy Dash races. Behind the Badge is the group that assists families of fallen Law Enforcement Officers.
Five divisions of racing highlighted Ephrata Raceway Park’s Memorial Day weekend schedule led by Joe Smith and the 7-Up 360 Sprint Car class.
The ICAR Late Model Series, based in Spokane, Wash., made its first trip outside thier home area with a 15-car field and Twin Main Event format. When the dust settled it was Dan Garber who came home victorious.
Ron Stewart took the main event victory for Ephrata Raceway Park’s annual Spud Cup. Stewart, a veteran of the Northwest Outlaw Street Stock Series, also won the “A” Trophy Dash and “A” Heat Race.
Austyn Anderson rallied for a run past pole winner Craig Deaver en route to the Cast Iron Winged Sprint Nationals which kicked off the 2010 season at Ephrata Raceway Park.
Great Saturday night short track racing dominated the evening at Ephrata Raceway Park.
Only one class, the Adult Hornets, had their championship decided with Dallas White too far ahead for anyone to catch.
Terrible weather interupted fun outdoor activities all over the state this Labor Day Weekend, but did not stop ERP from racing on Sunday!
The weather people talked about thunderstorms for Saturday, good thing they were wrong!
Lots of fun all night long at ERP Saturday, but I think Toby Tobash had his fun before racing got started!
Twenty three degrees cooler at ERP Saturday night than it was the week before made for yet another great evening of stock car racing!
The NSRA was a loud and fast 50 lapper with Jeff Montgomery leading most of the race, which was crazy with 22 cars in the way! Matt Hein used all that traffic to his advantage and led the last few laps to victory.