ANTELOPE, Ca — The No. 20 NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota team with driver Eric Holmes is looking to record a fifth win for team owner Bill McAnally at Evergreen Speedway. The speedway located within the confines of Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe, Washington, has been hosting automobile races since 1964.
"In previous visits to Evergreen Speedway, tires have been a factor."— Eric Holmes
The track nicknamed "The Superspeedway of the West" by NASCAR racing legend David Pearson is one of the short tracks the teams from BMR look forward to coming to. Eric Holmes has two top-five finishes and two pole awards at the 5/8-mile paved oval.
“In previous visits to Evergreen Speedway, tires have been a factor,” said Holmes. “It’s been about taking care of the equipment and being there at the end. This race will be no different; 150 laps of side-by-side racing.”
“The NAPA team is looking forward to once again seeing the stands filled with NAPA fans. We always get great support from NAPA store owners, employees and customers when we come to the Seattle area. The NAPA team will be working hard to bring them a win this weekend.”
Holmes is fifth is the 2012 NASCAR K&N West Series Championship chase with seven races left of the season.
The NAPA AUTO PARTS “150” presented by Gene Price Motorsports on Saturday, July 14th. The race will be at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Washington. For tickets and more information, please visit www.evergreenspeedway.com.
The Pick-n-Pull/Racing to Stop Hunger “200” from Sonoma Raceway will be televised on July 12th on SPEED Channel at noon PST. Please check your local listings.
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