Results from Western Speedway April 30

Local driver Rory Smith holds the inside lane in car No. 16 with Mike Soppit (No. 69) half a car-length ahead during late model racing at Western Speedway in Langford on April 30.

Local driver Rory Smith holds the inside lane in car No. 16 with Mike Soppit (No. 69) half a car-length ahead during late model racing at Western Speedway in Langford on April 30.

Results from April 30 at Western Speedway, Stock Cars, IMS4 Mini Stock Cars and Late Models


FAST TIME: #96 Alex Mouner  18:818

B TROPHY DASH: Gilles Parenteau; Jeremy Waksel; Matt Szauer; Sean Staniforth

A TROPHY DASH: Alex Mouner; Glen Percival; Justin Woodske; Gilles Parenteau

1ST HEAT RACE: Alex Mouner; Gilles Parenteau; Matt Szauer; Jeremy Waksel

2ND HEAT RACE: Justin Woodske; Alex Mouner; Matt Szauer; Jeremy Waksel

MAIN EVENT (20 LAPS): Alex Mouner; Matt Szauer; Jeremy Waksel; Justin Woodske; Gilles Parenteau



FAST TIME: #52 Geoff Morris  16:882

B TROPHY DASH: Doug Richens; Robbie Haslam; Hugh Gurney; Mike Soppit


Robbie Haslam; Doug Richens; Mike Schott; Geoff Morris


Brandon Carlson; Bart Smith; Rory Smith; Jason Tarasenko


Bart Smith; Jason Tarasenko; Geoff Morris; Brandon Carlson; Mike Schott



FAST TIME: #32 Aaron Wilkie  18:804


Jarod Sagmoen; Dean Mackney; Brandon Hutchinson; Chris McInerney


Dave Reside; Kirt Rompain; Aaron Wilkie; Mike Derepentigny


Dave Reside; Mike Derepentigny; Billy Stidson; Dan Myers


Kirt Rompain; Steve Copp; Aaron Wilkie; Cody Aumen


Kirt Rompain; Dave Reside; Aaron Wilkie; Steve Copp; Mike Derepentigny


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