MONROE, Wash. – David Mayhew proved that Washington’s Evergreen Speedway is his track.   The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West veteran won the NAPA Auto Parts 150 presented by Toyota to win back-to-back races at the .646-mile Washington track and joins notable names such as Bill Amick, Ray Elder, Ron Eaton, Jim Robinson, Chad Little […]

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MONROE, Wash. –Parker Stephens, the son of famed NASCAR Northwest Tour champion, Dirk Stephens, scored his first career victory on the Tri-Track Super Late Model Series as the recent high school graduate held off a hard-charging Evergreen Speedway NASCAR Whelen All-American Series champion, Mike Holden, over the final five laps of the event.   Andy […]

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It's not often that a short track Super Late Model driver can say he scored $61,000 in winnings in one season.  It's even rarer that a driver can say he won that kind of money in just two races, but that's exactly what Bubba Pollard did when he went out west and won the Summer […]

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Bubba Pollard is now $36,000 richer. The Senoia, Georgia driver invaded Washington’s Evergreen Speedway for the 4th Annual Summer Showdown and picked up $25,000 for the triumph. Pollard also set fast time for the weekend, earning him the Don Shriver Memorial Pole Award and a $1,000 check. And if that wasn’t enough, he also picked […]

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More than 40 cars have been through the tech inspection today at Monroe, Washington's Evergreen Speedway as the stars of the Super Late Model world prepare to do battle on Saturday night for a cool $25,000 check.  Bubba Pollard, the winner of the Winter Showdown, has headed back out west to try to duplicate his […]

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