Deming Speedway

Deming Speedway is located in Deming, Washington.
Racing at this location contains: 1/6 mile clay oval.


 

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4 days ago

Deming Speedway

We're excited to see the Nugents Corner Market open their doors! Welcome to the neighborhood. 😃
Be sure to show them your support while visiting the Speedway throughout the season.
#shoplocal #supportyourcommunity #nugentscornermarket
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4 days ago

Deming Speedway

Deming Speedway will not be racing tomorrow. Join us next week when we get back to our Friday Night racing.
Thank you for your continued support throughout the 2020 Season. 😁
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1 week ago

Deming Speedway

Are you missing the 2020 IBEW NECA Clay Cup Nationals racing action as much as we are? 😔
It may be over but luckily our track photographer captured all the action so we can remember it forever. Take a peek and reach out to her to order your memories! 😁
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1 week ago

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Peterson Scores 600 Win

7/24/20

Everson, WA - With Clay Cup in the rear view mirror, weekly racing resumed at Deming Speedway on Friday night with another pay per view broadcast on Dirtovaltv.com. Jared Peterson won the main event of the evening in the Speedmart 600 Open class, and was joined by Clennon Holloway, Chance Crum, Levi Kuntz and Kane Van Sickle.

The Speedmart 600 Open main event started with Ryley Mayer trying to build an advantage over the fast field of cars that chased him, including Peterson, Chance Crum and Evan Margeson. Peterson would move into second and began his pursuit of Mayer, closing on him by lap eight. On lap nine, Jared found the high side to his liking in turns one and two, but couldn’t get close enough to pull even on the backstretch with Mayer, who had good power and handling on the low side of the speedway. Trying again on lap ten. Peterson found the extra forward bite he was missing, pulling even with Mayer on the exit of turn two and making what would be the race winning pass down the back stretch. Peterson would work himself into an insurmountable lead, as Mayer dug for a runner up finish, racing hard to hold off Margeson who passed Crum later for third place.

In a very similar formula to how he won a Clay Cup prelim night, Clennon Holloway was masterful around the low side of the speedway in scoring the Shots 2 Go Espresso 1200 win. While Cal Herdson closed on the high side occasionally, Holloway was perfect in hitting his marks lap after lap around the bottom, leading all 25 laps of the main ahead of Cal and third place Chance Crum.

The finish of the night came in the NW Focus Midget feature. Shane Smith had led since lap two with Chance Crum hot on his heels for nearly every one of those laps. While Smith worked hard on the low side, Crum waited for his one shot to make a move up high. That shot came on lap 24, as Crum’s run from the top of turn two was enough to pull him even with Smith on the back straight. Rocketing through turn four, Crum led to the white flag with slower traffic directly in front of the pair AND Jared Peterson only a hair behind them in third. Crum would carry the top side of the track all the way around on the final lap, and the slower cars held their lines and speed, letting Chance grab the win just ahead of Smith and Peterson.

It was a wire to wire effort for Levi Kuntz in winning his second Mytrafficman.NET main event of the year. Kuntz came from the pole, and led all 25 laps with little challenge to take the win. Haley Constance ran a strong second and third went to Jesson Jacobson.

Kane Van Sickle not only completed a clean sweep, but did it with flair on Friday night in the Clean Crawls Junior Sprints. He was fast time, won his heat and passed McKenna Morgan with four laps to go to get the feature win and in the process, earned hard charger honors too. Morgan collected a career best second with Fairah Lee also collecting a career best finish in third.

Clean Crawls JR Sprints
Heat 1 - Kane Van Sickle
Heat 2 - Fairah Lee
Main - Kane Van Sickle, McKenna Morgan, Fairah Lee, Jayce Medcalf, Brooklyn Constance, Colton Knapp, Avery Askvig, Dustin Ramsey, Ryan Bright, Sawyer Baxter, Chase Whitney, Cooper Anderson
Lap Leaders - Morgan 1-15 Van Sickle 16-20
Hard Charger - Van Sickle +5

Mytrafficman.NET 600 Restricted
Heat 1 - Levi Hillier
Heat 2 - Corbin Ramsey
Heat 3 - Axel Oudman
Main - Levi Kuntz, Haley Constance, Jesson Jacobson, Levi Hillier, Corbin Ramsey, Jayden Whitney, Peyton Drake, Alex Gouy, Carson Guffie, Keira Zylstra, Maddie Gjerness, Samatha Schwarz, Axel Oudman, Tyler Conley, Jayden Huppert, Zoey Tupper, Diane Knutzen
Lap Leaders - Kuntz 1-25
Hard Charger - Drake +5

NW Focus Midgets
Heat 1 - Jared Peterson
Heat 2 - Chance Crum
Main - Chance Crum, Shane Smith, Jared Peterson, Nick Evans, Levi Harliss, Brain Holmkvist, Jesse Munn, Jacob Austin, Jake Munn, Brian Hayes, Ray Stebbins, JD Dryden
Lap Leaders - Austin 1 Smith 2-23 Crum 24-25
Hard Charger - Je Munn +4

Shots 2 Go Espresso 1200
Heat 1 - Jason Bloodgood
Heat 2 - Clennon Holloway
Main - Clennon Holloway, Cal Herdson, Chance Crum, Derek Holmwood, Jason Bloodgood, Alex Lewis, Tyson Lemley, Seth Hespe, Terry Lewis, Alan Lindquist, Dakota Drake, Haylee Bloodgood, Austin Edson
Lap Leaders - Holloway 1-25
Hard Charger - A Lewis +6

Speedmart 600 Open
Heat 1 - Colin Mackey
Heat 2 - Evan Margeson
Main - Jared Peterson, Ryley Mayer, Evan Margeson, Colin Mackey, Kaitlyn Hammer, Jordi Meese, Spencer Constance, Blaine Granberg, Macie Logsdon, Chance Crum, Dakota Drake, Lane Taylor, Parker Hadlock, Jeff Woolsey
Lap Leaders - Mayer 1-9 Peterson 10-25
Hard Charger - Logsdon +4
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1 week ago

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Congrats to tonight's Amain Winners!🏁
Jr Sprint - Kane VanSickle
600r - Levi Kuntz
NW Focus Midgets - Chance Crum
1200 - Clennon Holloway
600 - Jared Peterson
See you all in two weeks when we get back to Friday Night racing. 😁😁
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1 week ago

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Watch TONIGHT LIVE IN High Definition at www.dirtovaltv.com!

#dirtovaltv #demingspeedway #speedsporttv
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2 weeks ago

Deming Speedway

Who's ready to go racing? WE ARE!😁

Time off can wait for the off season! Join us this Friday as we continue our 2020 Season. All 4 classes plus special guests the NW Focus Midgets will be in attendance.
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2 weeks ago

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Thank You!🏆Thank You!🏆Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2020 IBEW NECA Clay Cup Nationals! Your continued support means the world to us and we can't wait to do it all over again in 2021. 😁
#howlongtillclaycup #demingspeedway #claycupnationals #letsgoracing #letthecountdownbegin
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2 weeks ago

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Chance Crum Pulls the 2020 Double, Wins Clay Cup in 600 & 1200

7/18/20

Everson, WA - In a monumental feat of racing, Chance Crum of Snohomish, WA became just the second driver in Deming Speedway history to win the Clay Cup Nationals in two divisions on the same night, joining Liam Ryan who did it in 2015. Dominic Carter and Kane Van Sickle were also crowned Clay Cup champions on the night.

It was Van Sickle winning the first A Main of the night and collecting his first career Clay Cup championship in the Clean Crawls Junior Sprints. From the front row, Van Sickle would lead every lap of the main event, ahead of second place Drake Hadlock and third place running Lucas Mauldin, who had an entertaining battle for the runner up spot, swapping it between them a number of times before Hadlock prevailed. Ty Lovenburg advanced 8 spots to earn hard charger. The win paid Van Sickle $700.

Up next was the Mytrafficman.NET 600 Restricted Main Event. Dominic Carter set off from the pole and while Jayden Whitney kept him from getting too far out, never could close up enough on him to challenge as Carter led every lap of the main and collected $3,500 for his efforts. Whitney briefly lost second to Dalton Parreira before Dalton crashed out, but was otherwise stout all weekend in taking the runner-up spot. Levi Hillier finished third in his first Clay Cup in the restricted division. Caleb Grantham earned hard charger honors, advancing 8 spots.

The Shots 2 Go Espresso 1200 Main was third up, and in it, Crum would jet out to the early advantage, with Nate Vaughn and Derek Holmwood in tow. The early stages of the race featured multiple cautions and stoppages, but the top three stayed consistent, with Vaughn keeping Crum close early and often. A long green flag run finished the race off, as it went green from lap 11-40, and in it, Vaughn closed to a car length two times but could not quite find a line to pass Chance. Crum made a late race slidejob amongst slower traffic to gather some breathing room that proved to be enough to get the $3,000 win. Amongst that same traffic, Holmwood cleared Vaughn running low to grab the runner up spot, relegating Nate to third. Devon Borden passed 11 cars to win the hard charger.

10 minutes after the biggest win of his career, Crum set sail looking to double up, as the $10,000 win Speedmart 600 Open finale was next. Jared Peterson led lap one, but it was Crum darting under Peterson to take the lead on lap two out of the second corner. What ensued from there was an exercise in patience and stamina for Crum, who committed to the high side of the speedway in trying to distance himself from the pack. Evan Margeson had moved up to the second spot on the bottom of the raceway and attempted to close on Crum, bringing Peterson, Jake Andreotti and Mitchell Moles with him. With a star studded field of cars on hand, Crum did not catch the slower traffic quickly, as the race stayed caution free. He entered the back of the field just beyond the halfway point of the main event but could not do much with them, as the track had two excellent grooves to race in, and drivers were locked in and in rhythm. Crum would clear Cody Gray up high around lap 26, while Andreotti passed Margeson to take second. From there, Chance continued to pound down the cushion, but couldn’t escape from Gray or Andreotti who tagged right in behind him. With Chance high, Andreotti had an opportunity to make a move if he could past Gray, but Gray was gaining speed, almost to the point of unlapping himself on multiple occasions. With three laps left to go, Moles snuck by Margeson and tried to pressure the front two, but Crum, exhausted as he was from two grueling races, kept rolling the top perfectly and Andreotti could not dispatch of Gray to try and make a move until the very last lap. Even then, Crum had added enough space to win his second feature of the night and write his name into the very exclusive club of drivers who got two in one evening. Andreotti held second from Moles, giving him a three year run at Clay Cup that saw him win in 2018 and finish runner up in 2019 and 2020. Hard charger was Caden Sarale who gained eight spots.



Clean Crawls JR Sprints
Main ($700) - Kane Van Sickle, Drake Hadlock, Lucas Mauldin, Hayden Stepps, Kyle Fernandez, Ty Lovenburg, Avery Askvig, Chase Whitney, Jayce Medcalf, Brody Rubio, Dustin Ramsey, McKenna Morgan, Karma Fagerlie, Sawyer Baxter, Ryan Bright, Colton Knapp, Cooper Anderson, Fairah Lee, Jonathan Andrichuk
Lap Leaders - Van Sickle 1-25
John Heerspink Memorial Hard Charger - Lovenburg +8

Mytrafficman.NET 600 Restricted
B Main - Caleb Grantham, Cash Lovenburg, Elijah Gile, Colton Key, Barrett Polhemus, Carson Guffie, Xan Miller, Rylee Kentch, Orn Biggs, Corbin Rueschenburg, Orn Biggs, Haley Constance, Rylee Kentch, Matai Morris, Maddie Gjerness, Jayden Huppert, Baker Fagerlie, Diane Knutzen
A Main($3,500) - Dominic Carter, Jayden Whitney, Levi Hillier, Jesson Jacobson, Isabel Barnes, Corbin Ramsey, Tyler Conley, Axel Oudman, Caleb Grantham, Peyton Drake, Keira Zylstra, Alex Gouy, Destry Miller, Colton Key, Elijah Gile, Cash Lovenburg, Dalton Parreira, Levi Kuntz, Mattix Salmon, Austin Wood
Lap Leaders - Carter 1-30
Hard Charger - Grantham +8

Shots 2 Go Espresso 1200
B Main - Scott Kinney, Devon Borden, Tanner Schoonover, Haylee Bloodgood, Bryce Bogardus, Shane Sexton, Grant Sexton
A Main ($3,000) - Chance Crum, Derek Holmwood, Nate Vaughn, Jared Gundersen, Cal Herdson, Clennon Holloway, Devon Borden, Seth Hespe, Tyson Lemley, Dakota Albright, Tanner Reid, Brock Lemley, Dalton Sexton, Alex Lewis, Austin Edson, Haylee Bloodgood, Dick Williams, Tanner Schoonover, Brent Sexton, Scott Kinney
Lap Leaders - Crum 1-40
Hard Charger - Borden +11

Speedmart 600 Open
C Main - Austin Woods, Lane Taylor, Troy Morris, Rachel Westmoreland, Ryan Holz, Ron Singh, Malachi Gemmer, Blaine Granberg, Carson Borden, Colton Huelsmann, Bradley Huish, Joshua Huish, Tony Alosi, Austin Taborski, Hailey Wood, Brody Petrie
B Main - Caden Sarale, Cody Gray, Cody Key, Kaden Holm, Dylan Resch, James Andrichuk, Jeremy Holz, Brad Hannum, Derek Torkelson, Ryan Holz, Austin Woods, Troy Morris, Reese Wickard, Rachel Westmoreland, Ron Singh, Spencer Constance, Parker Hadlock, Ryan Rocha, Jon Farrell, Lane Taylor, Jesse Schlotfeldt, Malachi Gemmer
A Main ($10,000) - Chance Crum, Jake Andreotti, Mitchel Moles, Evan Margeson, Jared Peterson, Tanner Holm, Kaitlyn Hammer, Raio Salmon, Caden Sarale, Caeden Steele, Jordi Meese, Gauge Garcia, Cody Key, Kyle Johnson, Ryley Mayer, TJ Smith, Kaden Holm, Cody Gray, Colby Thornhill, Colin Mackey
Lap Leaders - Peterson 1 Crum 2-40
Hard Charger - Sarale +8
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