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ARMED FORCES NIGHT - SAT. JUNE 29

ARMED FORCES NIGHT - SAT. JUNE 29

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This Saturday night! Join is celebrating our Armed Forces! KarMART 410’s Sportsman Sprints Hornets Tickets online https://skagitspeedway.showare.com/
DAY WINS SUPER DIRT CUP 2024

DAY WINS SUPER DIRT CUP 2024

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Alger, WA - Corey Day wrote his name into Skagit Speedway history with a win at the 52nd Annual Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup. Day became part of the fi
GORDEN WINS JIM RAPER MEMORIAL SUPER DIRT CUP PREL...

GORDEN WINS JIM RAPER MEMORIAL SUPER DIRT CUP PREL...

6/21/2024 -
6/21/24 Alger, WA - Night two of the 2024 Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup at Skagit Speedway saw Clovis, CA driver Dominic Gorden win his first career 410

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ARMED FORCES NIGHT - SAT. JUNE 29

ARMED FORCES NIGHT - SAT. JUNE 29

6/23/2024
This Saturday night! Join is celebrating our Armed Forces! KarMART 410’s Sportsman Sprints Hornets Tickets online https://skagitspeedway.showare.com/
DAY WINS SUPER DIRT CUP 2024

DAY WINS SUPER DIRT CUP 2024

6/23/2024
Alger, WA - Corey Day wrote his name into Skagit Speedway history with a win at the 52nd Annual Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup. Day became part of the first father/son duo to win Dirt Cup, with his father Ronnie winning in 2000. The win paid Day a total of $79,600 in finish...more
GORDEN WINS JIM RAPER MEMORIAL SUPER DIRT CUP PRELIM NIGHT #2

GORDEN WINS JIM RAPER MEMORIAL SUPER DIRT CUP PRELIM NIGHT #2

6/21/2024
6/21/24 Alger, WA - Night two of the 2024 Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup at Skagit Speedway saw Clovis, CA driver Dominic Gorden win his first career 410 feature in a thrilling display of talent. The top four in points who are locked into the pole shuffle for Saturday’s final...more
REVISED POINTS STANDINGS AFTER NIGHT #2

REVISED POINTS STANDINGS AFTER NIGHT #2

6/21/2024
After triple checking the results from last night, we found one more transponder that did not hit multiple laps. We have corrected the finish and points to reflect it. We apologize for the inconvenience and confusion caused by this. These are the final Jim Raper Memorial...more
John Carroll Classic Win to Starks
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5/26/2024

5/26/2024

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John Carroll Classic Win to Starks

Alger, WA - After a two week absence from the top step of the podium, Trey Starks returned to his winning ways on Saturday night at Skagit Speedway by winning the IRI / Follman Agency John Carroll Classic at Skagit Speedway.

The $5,000 to win John Carroll Classic feature for the Kartmart 410 Sprint Cars began with Robbie Price rocketing out to an early lead with Jesse Scholtfeldt in pursuit. An early caution for last week’s feature winner Landon Brooks brought the field to an early caution and on the subsequent restart, Schlotfeldt made a huge bid for the lead that resulted in his car flipping in turn four, ending his night. Price again set the pace on the restart with Colby Thornhill and Trey Starks following him until a lap 10 caution for three driver wreck slowed the field again. With the Skagit Speedway back straightaway restart in play, Thornhill tried a huge move to the low side of turn four that stuck on the restart, giving him the lead at the conclusion of lap 11. Robbie would also drop a spot to Starks and while trying to roll back forward, spun out on the bottom of turn two on lap 12 to draw another yellow flag. On the next back straightaway restart, it was Starks giving Thornhill a dose of his own medicine, barreling to the inside of corners three and four to take the lead. From there, it was Starks’ race to win as he rolled to victory lane. Jason Solwold and Justin Youngquist had a fantastic battle for second with Youngquist getting the better of Jason at the end. Schlotfeldt was the quick qualifier for the second straight week, while heat wins went to Brooks, Thornhill and Price.

The third week of racing for the Sportsman Sprints gave us our third different winner of the year. Jesson Jacobson pulled off a clean sweep of the night, setting quick time and winning his heat race before leading every lap of the main event unchallenged. Alden Ostrom collected his third podium finish of the year by running second and Chris Foster came home in third place for the second time on the year. Ostrom was the other heat race winner.

The NW Focus Midgets made their 2024 season debut at Skagit Speedway on Saturday night. Ashley Thompson led the first seven laps of the main event before losing the lead to Tanner Holm. Holm held the top spot until lap 18 when something went wrong mechanically on the car, forcing him to the pits. The lead transferred to Hannah Lindquist who had Alex Peck right on her tail. Peck looked for every path past Hannah, but in the end it was Lindquist getting her first win on dirt since a nasty wreck in Placerville in 2019 that cost her a year of her career. Peck would take second and it was Jared Peterson racing from 13th to third rounding out the podium. Heat wins went to Holm, Tyler Luce and Brian Holmkvist.

Karmart 410 Sprint Cars - 19 Entries
Fast Time - Jesse Schlotfeldt 11.008
Heat 1 - Landon Brooks
Heat 2 - Colby Thornhill
Heat 3 - Robbie Price
Main - Trey Starks, Justin Youngquist, Jason Solwold, Colby Thornhill, Landon Brooks, Robbie Price, Eric Fisher, Bailey Jean, Evan Margeson, Tyler Anderson, Axel Oudman, Mike Brown, Greg Otis, Brock Lemley, Dan Reynold, Shawn Wallenfelsz Jr, Lane Taylor, Cam Smith, Jesse Schlotfeldt
Lap Leaders - Price 1-10 Thornhill 11-12 Starks 13-30

Sportsman Sprints - 17 Entries
Fast Time - Jesson Jacobson 11.942
Heat 1 - Jesson Jacobson
Heat 2 - Alden Ostrom
Main - Jesson Jacobson, Alden Ostrom, Chris Foster, Jayden Whitney, Kai Dixon, Keira Zylstra, Brody Ferguson, Steve Parker, Mike Brown, Dustin Gehring, Brian Holmkvist, Tanner Merritt, Zoey Tupper, Allison Johnson
Lap Leaders - Jacobson 1-25

NW Focus Midgets - 29 Entries
Heat 1 - Brian Holmkvist
Heat 2 - Tyler Luce
Heat 3 - Tanner Holm
B Main - Chad Kincaid, Todd Hartmann, Doug Davenport, Randy Schaaf, Jonathan Jorgenson, Ryan Orchard, Gary Wegener, David Mills, Austin Carey, Chris Cort, Bryanna Peterson
A Main - Hannah Lindquist, Alex Peck, Jared Peterson, Ashley Thompson, Tyler Luce, Nick Evans, Levi Harless, Kyle Hanson, Chuck Pierce, Brian Holmkvist, Brad Pritchard, Doug Davenport, Chad Kincaid, Todd Hartmann, Ayuka Carlson, Tanner Holm, Bryan Murphy, Eric Turner
Lap Leaders - Thompson 1-7 Holm 8-17 Lindquist 18-25


Article Credit: Kaleb Hart

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