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Keeping Pace

Garber wins INSSA season opener

Stateline Speedway logo
Stateline Speedway logo

David Garber bested a 14-car field including Ephrata's Amanda McDonald to win the 2010 INSSA opner for uper late model teams.

Courtesy: Stateline Speedway

Stateline Stadium/Speedway Saturday – 5/22/10 Results



Fast Time –16.170, John Vallone; Trophy Dash  Gerald Nash; Heat  A - Gerald Nash;Heat B – Steve Ellis; Main - 1) Treven Tarr; 2) Gerald Nash; 3) Joel Schrader; 4) John Vallone; 5) Billy Swift; 6) John Ward.;7) Steve Ellis 8) Michael Berendes; 9) Gary Hommel; 10) Dave Harrison.

Fast Time – 15.004 Jake Bisset; Trophy Dash – Ron Custer Heat A-Jake Bisset B- Don Sanderson; Main -1) Jake Bisset; 2) J.C. Wofford; 3) Cameron Colta;

4) Don Sanderson; 5) Ron Custer; 6) Lloyd Bigler; 7) Leonard Main; 8) Sara Henry

Fast Time – 13.266 - Dave Garber; Trophy Dash A – Amanda McDonald; B -Jeff Little; Heat - A) Kit VanBuskirk ; B- Jeff Little; Main - 1) Dave Garber; 2) Amanda McDonald; 3) Braeden Havens; 4) Jeff Fenton; 5) Steve Parrish; 6) Rob Reinbold; 7) Todd Havens 8) Kit Vanbuskirk; 9)Jeff Little;10) Kameron McKeehan.


The wild, wacky, unpredictable action of Wednesday Night Fever continues every Wednesday at 6pm with the cars and superstars of the Road Runners, Fever 4's, plus the wild and crazy Bump to Pass division. Adults are just $5.75; kids under the age of nine accompanied by adults are free


This Saturday May 29th the HOBBY STOCKS and STREET SOCKS will return to the 2010 Stateline Speedway racing oval. Joining them will be the NORTHWEST OUTLAW COMPACTS … Times Trials will be at 6pm with racing starting at 7:15pm. Admission price this Saturday is $8.50 Adults, $7.50 Seniors/Military, and $5.00 Juniors. And of course the ever popular Family Pass $21.00 for 2 Adults and up to 3 Children under 16. The Racing Hotline is 208 773-5019

Keeping Pace

Motorsports correspondent Doug Pace keeps up with motorsports news and notes from around the region.