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Father's Day has special ties to local racers.
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.
Stateline Speedway kicks off the local asphalt racing scene on Saturday and one racer with plenty of momentum behind will be Nicole Behar.
David Garber holds a 24-point lead on Jeff Fenton in the chase for the INSSA championship with Greg McKinley, Corey Allard and Rookie of the Year contender Andrew Zimmer, rounding out the top five.
Jason Jefferson has championships at Tri-City Raceway and Yakima Speedway; is the 2003 Rookie of the Year on the NASCAR Northwest Series; won on the NASCAR Camping World West Series, in which this season he’s working with third-place driver Greg Pursley; but he’d never run the high-banked oval in Airway Heights until stepping into Dean Boever’s car.