Western Speedway gears up for Hall of Fame Night

Stock cats, mini stocks and bombers hit the tarmac on Saturday, with races starting at 6:30 p.m.

Western Speedway hits high gear this weekend for the annual Hall of Fame Night.

Stock cats, mini stocks and bombers hit the tarmac on Saturday (May 16), with races starting at 6:30 p.m.

For more information on Western Speedway go online to  westernspeedway.net.

Last weekend’s results:

Demo Cars & Demo Trucks

Car fast timer: Jim Young, 20:731

Truck fast timer: Kenny Baker, 20:68l

Demo car trophy dash: Joe Liberatore, Cody Young, Jim Young and George Haywood

Demo truck trophy dash: Billy Stidston, Kenny Baker and Brandon Young

Demo cars & demo trucks heat race: Billy Stidston, Joe Liberatore, George Haywood and Craig Holfeld

Demo trucks trophy dash race: Joe Liberatore, Billy Stidston, George Haywood and Kenny Baker

Bombers Class

Fast timer: Giles Cyr, 20:001

Bombers trophy dash: Don Hallgarth, Brian Wakelin, Giles Cyr and Aaron Cameron

Bombers 1st heat race: Brian Baltis, Sean Whitley, Tyler Woods and Rich Gerhardt

Bombers 2nd heat race: Don Hallgarth, Giles Cyr, Aaron Cameron and Brian Wakelin

Bombers main event race: Don Hallgarth, Giles Cyr, Cody Sadler and Brian Baltis

Mini Figure 8 Class

Fast timer: Brandon Young, 13:618

Mini Figure 8 trophy dash: Trevor Cannon, Tanner Jacobs, Brandon Youngand Ryan Lewis

Mini Figure 8 first heat race: Kyle Ridley, Stephen Green, Doug Richens and Cody Loughran

Mini Figure 8 second heat race: Rhett Szevics, Kyle Rizok, Tanner Jacobs and Sean Robinson

Mini Figure 8 main event race: Brandon young, Trevor Cannon, Kyle Ridley and Rhett Szevics

 

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