23 Races For ASCS Northwest Region

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TULSA, Okla. — Set in some of the most scenic country in the United States, the ASCS Northwest Region will embark on a 23-race schedule in Washington and Oregon.

The ASCS Northwest Regional slate will begin May 25-26 at Grays Harbor Raceway in Elma, Wash., and extend to late September.

Willamette Speedway will host the region May 31, followed by a June 1 appearance at Cottage Grove Speedway. The region returns to Grays Harbor Raceway June 28-29 for the lead up the ASCS Northwest Speedweek which begins July 1 and extends through July 6.

The week long Sprint Car festival will begin at Southern Oregon Speedway in Medford, Ore. before moving to Coos Bay and Willamette Speedway for the Tuesday, and Wednesday showdowns. The 2013 ASCS Northwest Speedweek will culminate with a three-day event at the Cottage Grove Speedway. Details regarding Speedweek sponsors and individual event sponsors will be released at a later date.

A cool retreat from the Midwest heat and humidity, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real will co-sanction a half dozen dates with the ASCS Northwest Region, beginning at Grays Harbor Raceway July 12-13 with the Northwest ASCS 360 Nationals presented by Budweiser.

Returning to Cottage Grove Speedway, the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real will grace the quarter-mile clay surface July 19-20 with the July schedule of events capping off at the Southern Oregon Speedway in Medford July 26 and the Willamette Speedway on Saturday, July 27 in Lebanon.

August will consist of three dates, starting back at the Willamette Speedway Aug. 17 then Cottage Grove Speedway on Aug. 23 and Sunset Speedway Aug. 24 in Banks, Ore.

The ASCS Northwest season concludes Sept. 21-22 at Yakima Speedway in Yakima, Wash.

ASCS Northwest Region Schedule

May 25-26 – Grays Harbor Raceway – Elma, Wash.

May 31 – Willamette Speedway – Lebanon, OR

June 1 – Cottage Grove Speedway – Cottage Grove, Ore.

June 28-29 – Grays Harbor Raceway – Elma, Wash.

July 1 – Southern Oregon Speedway – Medford, Ore.

July 2 – Coos Bay Speedway – Coos Bay, Ore.

July 3 – Willamette Speedway – Lebanon, Ore.

July 4-6 – Cottage Grove Speedway – Cottage Grove, Ore.

July 12-13 – Grays Harbor Raceway – Elma, Wash.

July 19-20 – Cottage Grove Speedway – Cottage Grove, Ore.

July 26 – Southern Oregon Speedway – Medford, Ore.

July 27 – Willamette Speedway – Lebanon, Ore.

Aug. 17 – Willamette Speedway – Lebanon, Ore.

Aug. 23 – Cottage Grove Speedway – Cottage Grove, Ore.

Aug. 24 – Sunset Speedway – Banks, Ore.

Sept. 20-21 – Yakima Speedway – Yakima, Wash.

 

 

 

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