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Stacy Verrall, TULSA, Okla. (July 9, 2010) - It’s summer. It’s super. It’s sizzlin’. It’s the ASCS Northwest’s Super Sizzlin’ Summer Speedweek. An army of the best sprint car racers on the west coast will participate in a five night battle starting with Southern Oregon Speedway on July 12th, Willamette Speedway on July 13th, Sunset Speedway on July 14th and ending with an epic two day clash against Lucas Oil ASCS National drivers for the 4th Annual Fred Brownfield Memorial Sprint Challenge at Grays Harbor Raceway on July 16th and 17th. It’s going to be a heat wave of racing excitement, so don’t be left out in the cold. Be there!

 

With defending ASCS Northwest Champion Roger Crockett currently in first place, former NST Champion Jason Solwold in second, and Seth Bergman who’s dominated this year’s sprint car racing at Grays Harbor Raceway owning third; things are going to get very interesting, especially with racers like Jayme Barnes, Mitch Olson, Henry Van Dam and a slew of new & experienced talent also in the mix.

 

Interesting is exactly what those present at Cottage Grove Speedway on the July 4th weekend witnessed for themselves. Breath taking three wide exchanges for the lead between Crockett, Solwold and Bergman electrified the non-stop feature race. It was a display verifying the quality and talent brought to the races every time the ASCS Northwest boys (and girl) roll onto the track. Practice holding your breath, because that’s exactly what you’ll be doing when the green flag drops till the checkered flag flies.

 

And just when you might think the racing action couldn’t possibly get any better, the ASCS National boys will roll into Elma for the final chapter of Speedweek. And what an excellent read it is sure to be. As mentioned earlier, Bergman has dominated the Grays Harbor 3/8 mile this season winning all but one weekly feature. However, ASCS National driver Shane Stewart is no stranger to Grays Harbor Raceway being he’s already claimed a pair of winning trophies from two of three Fred Brownfield Memorial Sprint Challenge events. The one that got away went to fellow ASCS National driver Travis Rilat who will be back to defend his reign as winner of the $10,092.00 prize along with at least 16 other national drivers eager to score a win.

 

The best in the west will be putting the best to the test. Say that five times fast. Better yet, see what fast looks like five times by joining us for a thrilling week of fun and racing during the ASCS Northwest’s Super Sizzlin’ Summer Speedweek.

 

For more information on the ASCS National series and drivers, check out www.ascsracing.com.

 

For more information on the ASCS Northwest Regional series and drivers, check out www.ascsnorthwest.com.

 

 

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First Fiery Hot Stop: July 12th

Southern Oregon Speedway

Map it: 6900 Kershaw Rd, White City, OR

*At Jackson County SportsPark

http://www.sospeedway.com

 

Quick Tips & Information:

~Pit gate opens at 1:00pm. Front gate opens at 4:00pm. Racing starts at 6:00pm.

~Pit pass: $35. Pit pass for car and driver: $45.

~ Ticket Prices. General admission: $20. $17 if you are 7-12, a senior (62+) or a veteran (Show ID).

~Camping available at the track. No hookups.

~Hotel that caters to the racers and fans: Rogue Regency Inn, 2300 Biddle Road, Medford, OR 97504, 1-800-535-5805.

~Places to grab a munch that support local racing are The Old Farmhouse Restaurant and the McDonald’s in White City.

 

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Second Sweltering Hot Stop: July 13th

Willamette Speedway

Map it: 36606 Airport Dr, Lebanon, OR

http://www.trophymotorsports.com/willamettespeedway.htm

 

Quick Tips & Information:

~Times: Pit gate opens at 2:00pm. Front gate opens at 3:00pm. Racing starts at 7:00pm.

~Pit pass: $30 for ASCS Members. $35 for non ASCS Members.

~Ticket Prices. General admission: $16. Seniors & Military (with card): $14. Kids 12yrs & under: $7.

~Camping is available at the Speedway at no cost! There are spaces adjacent to the parking area or in back by the ponds and under the trees. (There are no hook-ups.)

~Willamette Speedway recommends Phoenix Inn Suites, 3410 Spicer Drive SE, Albany, 541-926-5696, (approx 8 miles from Speedway). Just mention that you are coming to Willamette Speedway, or mention our code "WSPD", and receive a special "racers rate", even good on weekends!!!

 

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Third Thermogenic Hot Stop: July 14th

Sunset Speedway

Map it: 485 South Main Street, Banks, OR

http://www.sunsetspeedwaypark.com

 

Quick Tips & Information:

~Times: Front gate opens at 5:00pm. Racing starts at 7:00pm.

~Ticket Prices. General admission: $18. Seniors: $15. Kids: $9.

 

 

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Fourth Flaming Hot Stop: July 16th & 17th (ASCS Regional & National)

Grays Harbor Raceway

Map it: 32 Elma McCleary Rd, Elma, WA

http://www.graysharborraceway.net

 

Quick Tips & Information:

~Pit gate opens at 2:30pm. Front gate opens at 3:30pm. Racing starts at 6:30pm.

~Pit pass: $30.

~ Ticket Prices. General admission: $25. Youth 6-14: $8. Premium Seats: $35. Tickets can be purchased online at www.graysharborraceway.net.

~For information on tent and trailer camping and motor home parking, please call the Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds at (360) 482-2651. $20 per night.

~Hotels nearby that support local racing are:

Little Creek Casino Resort, 91 Washington 108, Shelton, WA, 1-800-667-7711

Microtel Inn & Suites, 800 E. Main Street, Elma, WA, 360-482-6868

~Places to grab a much that support local racing are Elma Lanes and ShuJacks Bar & Grill.

~Support classes: Friday-Late Models. Saturday-Ford Focus Midgets.

 

ASCS Information:

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com and www.ascsnorthwest.com

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