Officials and Drivers with the Pacific Motorsports Group and the Trick Racing Series are looking forward to kicking their season off with the first of two stops at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval. The evenings main event will feature a 150 lap shoot out for drivers on the challenging 1/4 mile high banked paved oval.
Pacific Motorsport Goup (PMG) director Richard Michaud is very excited to get the season started for Super Late Model Racing in the Pacific Northwest. Michaud said “We are expecting a great slate of competitors for this 150 lap main event. I have heard from Troy Eaton, Shane Mitchell, Josh Roberts, Mark Sundberg, and many more drivers that are thrilled to be competing in this weekends event.” “The drivers are eager to get the season started as the rain washed away the opening event.”
The Trick Racing Series and PMG are excited to get back to racing in the Northwest. After a two year hiatus with no Super Late Model Touring program Michaud said “his Officals, and his racers can’t wait to get this first event started.”
This revamped and revised Trick Racing Series is looking to help drivers with their race day expenses by increasing race day purses and bringing back at the track payouts. The rules for the series have been opened to allow more competitors to compete in this year’s events. The six events will be spread evenly between the United States and Canada.
This weekend Wenatchee Valley Super Oval will feature three other divisions of racing concluding with the Trick Racing Series 150. Pit Gate Sign in will start at Noon, with the Pit Gates opening at 1pm. The racing action begins at 5pm with racing coming to life at 6pm. For information and tickets log onto wvso.com.
For more information on the Pacific Motorsports Group and the Trick Racing Series call Richard Michaud at 209-649-0439.
List of Expected Drivers