Grays Harbor Raceway

Grays Harbor Raceway is located in Elma, Washington.
Racing at this location contains: 3/8 mile dirt oval.


 

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Grays Harbor Raceway

ASCS National Series/Fred Brownfield Classic Post Postponed to 2021

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (July 8, 2020) In light of the current situation in the state of Washington as everyone continues to deal with the fallout of COVID-19, the Fred Brownfield Classic and Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup has been postponed to 2021.

“We’re sad about it because these are two of our biggest events of the season. Working with everyone at Skagit Speedway and Grays Harbor Raceway is always relaxed and efficient, but we understand the situation they are in and we are looking forward to next year,” stated ASCS National Director, Matt Ward.

Dates and times for 2021 are in the works and will be announced as plans are solidified.

Any information on Skagit Speedway and events begin contested throughout the rest of the 2020 season can be found at www.skagitspeedway.com. Information on Grays Harbor Raceway will be posted to www.graysharborraceway.com.

The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network is working to fill in the dates, as well as looking beyond the Knoxville 360 Nationals at adding more events to the 2020 schedule.

Event updates will be posted to www.ascsracing.com as well as our Social Media Outlets on Facebook and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). We will also issue emails to our E-News Letter, which anyone can sign up for at bit.ly/3cTRbCq.

Bryan Hulbert - Publicist
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Grays Harbor Raceway

World of Outlaws West Coast Swing Cancelled

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, the World Of Outlaws event at Grays Harbor Raceway on September 7, 2020 has been cancelled.

From the World of Outlaws:

"A major shift in the schedule will then take place. Rather than head towards the West Coast where local restrictions in several municipalities will make it impossible for the Series to compete, the Outlaws will aim to fill that stretch of the schedule from Aug. 28 through Sept. 19 with races that had been postponed in the spring when the sports world shut down.

So this fall, the World of Outlaws will not be racing at Black Hills Speedway (Aug. 28), Big Sky Speedway (Aug. 29), Skagit Speedway (Sept. 4-5), Grays Harbor Raceway (Sept. 7), Willamette Speedway (Sept. 9), Silver Dollar Speedway (Sept. 11-12), Stockton Dirt Track (Sept. 18) or Calistoga Speedway (Sept. 19).

In addition, the postponed California spring events at Santa Maria Raceway and Thunderbowl Raceway are also canceled.

Fans who purchased tickets to Black Hills, Santa Maria, Grays Harbor, Stockton and Calistoga will receive a credit for the face value of their ticket in their MyDirtTickets.com account."
If a refund is preferred, go to the WOO web site for details.

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Due to the fact that the Washington State Governor has kept Grays Harbor County in Phase 3, and there is a pause on further movement and no fans in the stands. The fireworks portion of the July 18th event has been postponed. WE WILL BE RACING, but no Fireworks after the racing action.

For any questions, please contact Bert Johnson at 360-482-4374

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This Saturday night the 3/8 banked clay oval will be in action as the Wingless Sprint Series will make their second appearance of 2020. Lindsay Barney of Eagle Creek, Ore picked up the win over Lake Stevens driver Bert Johnson and Michael Millard of Elma. The Modifieds will see their second race of the year, as Zack Simpson of Hoquiam picked up the win over Cosmopolis driver Tom Sweatman and Tyson Blood of Olympia. In the Hornets division, Tyler Sundstrom of Hoquiam picked up the win last weekend over Max Tucker of Belfair and Aberdeen's Cory Sweatman. Last time the PHRA Dwarf Cars took to the raceway, it was Anthony Pope of Roseburg, Ore picking up two wins in one night with the twin 25 feature events.

This Saturday night will be live streamed by Dirt Oval TV. As soon as a link is up for the event, we will have it posted for purchase.

INFORMATION FOR THIS WEEKEND, PLEASE READ!

We are starting EARLIER; Back gates will open at 1:30pm, Hot laps 4:30pm, Racing will start at 6:00pm. We will be following all of the Covid protocols we have so far this season, NO EARLY ENTRY, Face Masks are required to be worn at all times.

There are requirements that we have in place to comply with State and local.

We want to Thank, Fire District 5 for working with us, they will be a part of our check in.

Temperatures will be taken of all people entering the pit area. If you are sick or not feeling well please stay home.

Pit pass $35 per person. NOW AVAILABLE on line! Race teams go to schedule on the Grays Harbor Raceway web site. Click on the ticket for July 11th and follow the instructions to purchase your pit pass(s). All teams will need to pay for your pit pass(s) online.

The Grandstands will NOT be open to the public, sorry fans we all miss you here at the Raceway!

Race teams need to arrive together in the SAME vehicle. NO personal vehicles in the pits.

Face masks are required, Safety glasses are recommended.
Bring your own face mask and hand sanitizer.

Bring your own pen to sign the waiver.

We ask that you do not congregate in groups. Social-Distancing of 6 ft required.

Tow rigs and trailers are to be parked with social-distancing of 6 ft between.

There is no overnight camping!

A lot of work has happened behind the scene to get us to this point. Please respect these new procedures so we can continue to the point of opening up for everyone. We are hoping mother nature will allow us to get the season started.

For any questions about this upcoming Saturday night, any questions about Covid 19 protocols. Please contact Bert Johnson at 360-482-4374

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We want to wish everyone a Happy Independence Day, and hope you have a safe day.

Reminder: We are not racing this evening.
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Here are the feature finishes for Saturday June 27, 2020 at Grays Harbor Raceway.

Super Stocks:
1. AK47 Austin Kerrigan, 2. 42 Scott Fritts, 3. 9 Jack Parshall, 4. 7W Chris West, 5. 914 Tanner Bridges, 6. 00 Kirk McGinnis, 7. 51 Tim Martin, 8. 97 Rodger Perry, 9. 43 Shane Kerrigan, 10. 23B Matt White, 11. 57 Devon Harper, 12. 55 Samantha Stevens

Modifieds:
1. 12 Zack Simpson, 2. 11s Tom Sweatman, 3. 97 Tyson Blood, 4. 5W Devan West, 5. 26 Scott Miller, 6. M51 Craig Moore, 7. 34T Jason Tole, 8. 98D Dan Sheller, 9. 4D4 Brice Carter, 10. 4 Jeff Jansma, 11. 19 Greg Dineen, 12. 17 Brian Izzi, 13. 40 Mike Knox, 14. 98 Dan Kinnaman, 15. 31 Don Martin, 16. Jeff Blanton, 17. 87K Brenton Schnitzer, 18. 22 John Song, 19. 42 Kevin Hanson, 20. 11 Blair Shoemaker, 21. 28 Brian Harding

Limited Sprint Cars:
1. 19 Colby Thornhill, 2. 24 Jordi Meese, 3. 26F Shane Forte, 4. 14 Sean Johnson, 5. 33 Tyler Driever, 6. 29 Eric Turner, 7. 66 Brett McGhie, 8. 36 Jason Thomas, 9. 7 Randy DuBois, 10. 36E Eddie Isackson

Hornets:
1. 23 Tyler Sundstrom, 2. 99 Max Tucker, 3. 1s Cory Sweatman, 4. 11 James Bundy, 5. 75X Robert Lokovsek, 6. 713 Cody Scouller, 7. 0 Zach Dalrymple, 8. 13 Don Briggs Sr. 9. 81 Megan White, 10. 19s Wade Smotherman, 11. 10 Mike Smith, 12. H1A Weston Smith, 13. 162 Cory Lash, 14. 2 Maynard Barnum, 15. 46 car (no name), 16. 024 Josh Walker, 17. 17E Brooke Eklund
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Thornhill, Simpson, Austin Kerrigan and Sundstrom Victorious!

Mother nature played nice on Saturday night, as the Limited Sprint Cars, Modifieds, Super Stocks and Hornets took to the 3/8 banked clay oval at Grays Harbor Raceway.

Super Stocks

Chris West of Woodland led the field to the green flag on the 20 lap Super Stock feature. Montesano's Scott Fritts quickly moved into the second spot, along with Matt White of Hoquiam into third. The battle to watch early was between Austin and Shane Kerrigan, both of Aberdeen as they battle it out for the fourth position. Fritts didn't let West run away with the lead, staying within distance if a mistake occurred. Caution flew on lap 6 for Shelton driver Samantha Stevens for a spin in turn 2. On the restart West had tough company as Fritts, White and Jack Parshall of Hoquiam were glued to his back bumper. Fritts went low to try to take the lead but couldn't make the pass. White and Parshall battled for third, with Parshall taking the spot. Fritts looked low down the backstretch on lap 12 and took the lead from West. Parshall joined in on the mix on the high side of the raceway. Fritts saw trouble after his car almost spun in turn two, giving the lead to Parshall. West and White sat in second and third. On a late race restart, Parshall led the field into turn one. Parshall spun collecting West, Shane Kerrigan and White made contact with the backstretch wall bringing out the caution. Austin Kerrigan retained the lead with Fritts, and Tanner Bridges of Hoquiam running third. Parshall worked his way back into third with a handful of laps to go, as Fritts went to the outside for the lead. Contact between Kerrigan and Fritts saw Kerrigan continue to lead and pick up the win over Fritts, Parshall, West and Bridges rounded out the top five. Heat race winners were Parshall and White.

Modifieds

22 Modifieds signed in for the evening. Don Martin of Yakima led the field to the green flag, taking the early lead in the 25 lap feature. Devan West of Shelton moved into second, as it was a four car battle for third. Hoquiam's Jason Tole sat in the third spot. Tyson Blood of Olympia looked low to take over third a handful of times finally taking over third after a few laps. Aberdeen's Zack Simpson joined in on the mix, working his way into third, setting his sights on West and Martin for position. Lap traffic became a factor as Blood worked his way into third from West. Simpson took over the lead from Martin in turn two on lap 7, as Blood followed moving into second. The caution flew for Brenton Schnitzer of Shelton, spinning in turn two on lap 11. On the restart Blood looked low at Simpson for the lead, as West battled Martin, and Cosmopolis driver Tom Sweatman, caution flew on lap 12 for Selah's Blair Shoemaker after contact by Seabeck's Craig Moore in turn one. Simpson looked strong on the restarts, as Blood continued to run second. The battle for third between Sweatman and West was the race to watch. Both drivers raced side by side for a handful of laps, with West taking over the position. Late in the feature event West worked his way back into second, looking to track down Simpson for the lead. A late race restart is what West needed as he looked low down the back stretch for the lead. West moved into the lead, but Simpson wasn't going to give it up that easy. Simpson looked low in turn four taking over the lead with a few laps to go. Sweatman moved into second looking to take the lead from Simpson down the front stretch. Simpson picked up the win over Sweatman, Blood, West, and Scott Miller of Shelton. Heat race winners were Brian Izzi of Olympia, Simpson, and Tole.

Limited Sprint Cars

Bellevue's Randy DuBois and Eddie Isackson of Redmond set the front row of the feature event. It was DuBois taking the early lead. Tyler Driever of Meridian, Idaho ran in the second spot. Colby Thornhill of Buckley ran in the third position. Thornhill looked to he outside of Driever taking over second and quickly running down DuBois for the lead. Thornhill took over the top spot on lap 6. Driever continued in second but had tough company as Graham's Jordi Meese looked to battle for second. The action to watch was the battle for the fourth position between Brett McGhie of Arlington and Shane Forte of Junction City, Ore. Forte looked to the high side off of turn four to take the position on lap 13. Meese looked to the high side of Driever to take over second with just a handful of laps to go as both drivers went through lap traffic. A late race caution for McGhie, erased a huge lead for Thornhill, giving Meese a shot at the win. Meese went to the high side and had a huge run on Thornhill taking the lead into turn three and to the white flag. Thornhill looked low racing side by side out of turn two taking the spot back. It was a drag race to the checkered where Thornhill picked up the win over Meese, Forte, Sean Johnson of Snohomish, and Driever. Heat race winners were Forte and Thornhill.

Hornets

18 Hornets signed in for racing action. Wade Smotherman of Shelton, and Max Tucker of Belfair set the front row of the 15 lap feature. It was Tucker taking the early lead. Robert Lokovsek of Eatonville moved into the second spot around Smotherman after some side by side racing down the back stretch. A huge pack of cars battled for the second position. Hoquiam's Tyler Sundstrom moved into the second spot by Lokovsek. Sundstrom looked to chase down Tucker, as lap traffic started to become a factor. Cory Sweatman of Aberdeen looked to make it a three car battle for second between himself, Lokovsek, and Brooke Eklund of Puyallup. James Bundy of Marysville joined in on the battle for third later on, as Sweatman moved into the position. Late in the feature Sundstrom caught up with Tucker looking to the high side as both drivers maneuvered their way through lap traffic. Sundstrom took the lead on the high side coming to the white flag and picking up the win over Tucker, Sweatman, Bundy, and Lokovsek. Heat race winners were Raymond driver Maynard Barnum and Sweatman.

Grays Harbor Raceway will not be in action on July 4th. Keep track of any information on the Grays Harbor Raceway Facebook page.
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AR Racing Videos provided video on Saturday night as the Limited Sprints, Modifieds, Super Stocks and Hornets took to the 3/8 banked clay oval! ...

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Congratulations to tonight's feature winners!

Limited Sprints Top 3:
1. 19 Colby Thornhill
2. 24 Jordi Meese
3. 26 Shane Forte

Modifieds Top 3:
1. 12 Zack Simpson
2. 11s Tom Sweatman
3. 97 Tyson Blood

Super Stocks Top 3:
1. AK47 Austin Kerrigan
2. 42 Scott Fritts
3. 9 Jack Parshall

Hornets Top 3:
1. 23 Tyler Sundstrom
2. 99 Max Tucker
3. 1s Cory Sweatman

Full results will be out after video footage is looked at, as their were some issues.

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It's race day at Grays Harbor Raceway. Limited Sprints, Modifieds, Super Stocks and Hornets are in action tonight. Weather currently is cloudy, with some sun breaks. Should be a great night of racing.

Just a reminder from yesterday's post.

We are starting EARLIER; Back gates will open at 1:30pm, Hot laps 4:30pm, Racing will start at 6:00pm. We will be following all of the Covid protocols we have so far this season, NO EARLY ENTRY, Face Masks are required to be worn at all times.

There are requirements that we have in place to comply with State and local.

We want to Thank, Fire District 5 for working with us, they will be a part of our check in.

Temperatures will be taken of all people entering the pit area. If you are sick or not feeling well please stay home.

The Grandstands will NOT be open to the public, sorry fans we all miss you here at the Raceway!

Race teams need to arrive together in the SAME vehicle. NO personal vehicles in the pits.

Face masks are required, Safety glasses are recommended.
Bring your own face mask and hand sanitizer.

Bring your own pen to sign the waiver.

We ask that you do not congregate in groups. Social-Distancing of 6 ft required.

Tow rigs and trailers are to be parked with social-distancing of 6 ft between.

There is no overnight camping!

Please contact Bert Johnson if you have any questions at 360-482-4374
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