Wenatchee, WA — Scott Steinbach, the Northwest Super Late Model Series’ trusted technical inspector who passed away December 25, 2018, will be honored beginning June 8 with a memorial weekend of events at his home track of Stateline Speedway.
Stateline will be running a 77-lap memorial Mini Stock race in Steinbach’s honor. The division was one that he devoted a great deal of time to see it grow at the track when he was not traveling with the NWSLMS. The lap count represents Steinbach’s car number (77).
On June 9, a Celebration of Life for Steinbach will be held in the track’s pit gardens. This is an informal event with no dress code and will serve as a time to reflect on all of Scott’s contributions to racing, family and the community. Race attire is encouraged as the dress code of the day.
“The racing community meant a great deal to Scott and we know that his friends at the various tracks he assisted and race teams that he supported miss him as much as we do. We’ll honor his memory during the memorial weekend and lift his friends and family up in this challenging time family,” said NWSLMS Director, Jarrod Goodwin.
New for the 2019 NWSLMS championship awards will be the introduction of the Scott Steinbach Championship Crew Chief award. This award will be given to the winning crew member and will be a permanent fixture of the series awards banquet.
For more information regarding the Scott Steinbach Memorial Weekend at Stateline Speedway, set for June 8-9, contact the Northwest Super Late Model Series or officials with Stateline Speedway.
-Northwest Super Late Model Series Press Release & Photo