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Spokane County Raceway shuffles staffing

With Cindy Gibbs’ departure, the upcoming season will have no ties to Bucky Austin’s management that reopened the facility three seasons ago nor of the Roger Hodgeson and Charlie Allen operational group that had been at the helm since 2010.

Behar turns attention to Late Models

Stateline Speedway kicks off the local asphalt racing scene on Saturday and one racer with plenty of momentum behind will be Nicole Behar.

Sprint boat races become tradition

Three unique racing events have arrived to the Inland Northwest highlighted by the USSBA stop in St. John.

Spring brings return to local racing

Like the howling winds that roared across the Inland Empire, motorsports has blown into full song with action underway at Stateline Speedway, Sunset Speedway, Yakima Speedway’s 44th Annual Apple Cup and much more.

The Inland Empire deserves to be part of the national racing scene

While battling the impacts of a terrible cold, it dawned on me that the Inland Empire should be part of the national racing landscape. We have great facilities, loyal fans and motels and space to accomodate a large gathering for such an event–the question is what series should that be?

Friends, cohorts remember Braton

Joe Doellefeld had the idea for the race. The series is grateful for his efforts to honor Braton, including displaying the No. 93 that Braton drove on the center stage at Stateline Speedway.

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