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Greg Ochs picked up the victory in the Northwest Modified Series Doyle Braton Memorial Race with Hayden’s Jeff Bird running second and Jeff Braton rounding out the top-3.
Rusty Webb took a break from his late model racing to run in Stateline Speedway’s Wednesday Night Fever program again this summer and as was the case in his last start-the Deer Park native earned the victory.
Wednesday Night Fever rolled out a full slate of racing with three-main event winners crowned.
Zan Sharp recovered from a Friday night incident at the NAPA Idaho 200 being held at Stateline Speedway and picked up a win on the Rocky Mountain Challenge Series which was part of night two of the Duel for the 200.
Kevin Richards kicked off the running of the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 200 weekend with a win in the Friday night Inland Northwest Super Stock Association 100-lap main event.
Blake Williams continued his hot streak in late model racing with a win in the 75-lap Appleway Chevrolet Parts Center ICAR Series. Shane Brim nabbed a victory in the Northwest Outlaw Street Stocks main event all held at Stateline Speedway.
AMA rider Joe Kopp of Mica and ICAR’s Blake Williams are both riding a big wave of momentum heading into their next events.
Race fans from the region are familiar with Tony Berry’s exploits on the Inland Northwest Sprint Car Association (INSCA) circuit but a foray into NSRA racing is a step up in competition, speeds and determination. The teams running the NSRA come from across the Pacific Northwest and featuring winning drivers such as Craig Deavor, Jeff Montgomery and Matt Hein.
The much anticipated NSRA Northwest Super Shoe sprint car race invades Stateline Speedway on Saturday, July 10. Featuring some of the top sprinters in the region the house will be packed for the NSRA’s first appearance of 2010 in Post Falls.
Brenden Tarr was on a roll Wednesday night as he won two of three main events contested at the Post Falls facility (Fever 4 and Road Runners). John Hollingsworth picked up a win in the Bump to Pass class.
David Garber rallied to a second INSSA win at Stateline in his second start on the series in 2010. The Spokane native is attempting to win the INSSA championship at Stateline Speedway while also nailing down the Lucas Oil Super Late Model championship at Montana Raceway Park.
Tim Benn, Henry Blankenbaker and Rich Hatton are the latest winner’s at Stateline Speedway for the Wednesday Night Fever program.
Hayden’s Jeff Bird picked up the win in the Gary Miller 100 for the Northwest Modified Series held Saturday night at Stateline Speedway.
Rookie of the Year contenders Blake Williams and Chris Kellogg scored wins in the ICAR Twin 35’s held at Stateline Speedway. Both drivers got their starts in the track’s Wednesday Night Fever program.
The ICAR Late Model Series returns this weekend, running its second race in as many weekends at the Post Falls quarter-mile. As was the case in 2008, the group is honored to be asked on short notice to thrill Stateline’s fans again.
Dan Garber earned a win in the first of two ICAR main events at Stateline Speedway then ran strong to a top-3 finish to net the night’s overall victory.
Through this week Stateline Speedway has lost more than 50 percent of its scheduled racing to rainouts.
David Garber bested a 14-car field including Ephrata’s Amanda McDonald to win the 2010 INSSA opner for uper late model teams.
Wednesday Night Fever rolled on with great racing in all divisions as Steve Nelson, Justin Lovitt and Joel Schrader were the big winners.
Stateline Speedway played host to the 2010 season opener for the Inland Northwest Sprint Car Associaiton which put on a thrilling show for the fans. Central Washington racer, Kevin Burck picked up the win.