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Blake Wiliams holds off veteran David Garber for the NAPA Idaho 200 victory at Stateline Speedway. The night was a local strong suit of sorts as all three leaders of the race were from the greater Spokane area.
The 14th Annual NAPA Idaho 200 is set for this weekend' and many of the region's best drivers are set to battle for the title.
Braeden Havens has been strong this season behind the wheel of his Western Rail Chevrolet as he's posted eight finishes inside the top-20, six top-10's and three top-5's.
The 14th Annual Idaho 200 rolls into Stateline Speedway this weekend. Here's a sneak peek at the race with information on some of the driver's taking part and a bit of history on the event.
Joe Kopp has a big AMA-style race planned for Spokane Speedway on July 17 and news regarding Spokane County Raceway's curtaiing of racing is being dealt with in the region.
Tony Berry returns to the race track this weekend at Stateline Speedway.
This week's Keeping Pace highlight's late model racing at both of the greater Spokane asphalt tracks.
Two great series invade Spokane County Raceway while Stateline Speedway features its HyDrive late models.
Garrett Sawyer’s first year at Walla Walla Community College wraps up in mid-June then it’s a summer of racing and continuing to build towards playing time in the winter.
Joey Bird, who looks to get his late model career started after a successful stint in Stateline’s Baby Grands division, makes his debut this weekend in the Stateline Speedway late model division. Bird has multiple karting and Baby Grand main event victories along with several championships. Purchasing a car recently raced by Braeden Havens, Bird will be one to watch in the late model division.
The region's touring late model division, ICAR (Inland Championship Auto Racing) has announced it will not operate a series in 2013 citing schedule conflicts.
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.
Last weekend's strong run on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series earned Braeden Havens the Coca-Cola Move of the Race award which is presented to the driver who advances the most positions forward from their starting position at the drop of the checkered flag.
Stateline Speedway kicks off the local asphalt racing scene on Saturday and one racer with plenty of momentum behind will be Nicole Behar.
Andy Brown picked up the victory in the Appleway Parts Center ICAR Late Model Series season finale held at Stateline Speedway. By virtue of a third place finish Dan Garber captured the 2010 ICAR championship.
Dan Garber holds a 14-point lead on Blake Williams heading into the season finale for the ICAR Late Model Series. The final Twin 50-lap shootout is set for Saturday nigth at Stateline Speedway.
Blake Williams became the youngest race winner in the history of the Inland Northwest Super Stock Association as he bested Kameron McKeehan and Cameron Kellogg at Stateline Speedway. McKeehan’s runner-up finish earned him the 2010 INSSA championship over Amanda MacDonald and Braeden Havens.
David Garber, the current Inland Northwest Super Stock Association points leader, heads to Kalispell, Mont. in search of his first Lucas Oil Super Late Model Championship. His departure on Saturday means a new INSSA champion will be crowned after Garber’s three-year reign.
Prosser’s Steve Thompson earned the fast time for the Northwest Pro-4 Alliance stop at Stateline Speedway then went onto victory over Matt Melby, Eddie Secord, Ken Chandler and Lewiston’s Kameron McKeehan.
Kameron McKeehan has been a force on the Northwest Pro-4 Alliance Series since he debuted in 2001. The series travels across the Western United States with drivers coming from as far as California, Utah and Canada. This year two Washington state drivers, Steve and Rick Thompson, have been running at or near the front while current points leader Kurt Madsen is the man to beat this weekend, according to Gem State native.