The Northwest Super Late Model Series will contest six races at four different race tracks in two states during the 2020 season. Series officials recently revealed the six-race schedule on their Facebook page in advance of the upcoming season.
Once again in 2020, the series will get things started at its “home track” of Wenatchee Valley Super Oval (WA) with the Leonard Evans 150 on April 25.
From there, the series will make the first of two stops at South Sound Speedway in Rochester, Washington on June 6. Nearly two months later, after an extended break, the series will return to South Sound on August 1 for the Miller 200.
Two weeks later, the series will make the journey to Yakima Speedway (WA) for the Sun City 125 on August 15.
The series will begin its September schedule by traveling to Oregon’s Hermiston Raceway on September 6 for the Atomic 125.
On September 26, the series will end the season the same way it began at the Wenatchee Valley Super Oval. Only this time, they’ll be racing 125 laps in the Neal Newberry 125.
The returning Rookie of the Year Tristian Haider plans to return to the series in 2020 in hopes of capturing the overall championship. Also returning for a couple races in 2020 is the winner of last year’s season opener, Gracin Raz.
ARCA West Series driver and two-time Northwest SLM Series champion Brittney Zamora plans to run both the Wenatchee races in 2020.
In the six seasons of the NWSLM Series, Northwest legend Garrett Evans has won three titles, including three consecutive championships from 2014-2016. Evans plans to compete with the series once again in 2020.
2020 Northwest Super Late Model Series Schedule
April 25 – Leonard Evans 150 – Wenatchee Valley Super Oval
June 6 – South Sound 125 – South Sound Speedway
August 1 – Miller 200 – South Sound Speedway
August 15 – Sun City 125 – Yakima Speedway
September 6 – Atomic 125 – Hermiston Raceway
September 26 – Neal Newberry 125 – Wenatchee Valley Super Oval