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October 14, 2020
Bremerton Raceway Racers:
The regular season is over, and the ET Bracket Finals are over, and the Fall Racing series is over, and I should get this update done and posted.
Track champions have been decided in all classes.
Congratulations to the champs
Super Pro Lonnie Sharkey
Pro Gary Howe Jr
Sportsman Gary Howe Jr
Motorcycle/Sled Josh Johnson
High School Maurice Castro
Jr Street Charlie Burkevics
Jr Lightening Ian Theofelis
Jr Thunder Dawsin Ridge
Super Pro came down to the last two races and Lonnie stepped up to the plate to take the championship.
Gary Howe Jr did he usual thing and killed it again in Pro and Sportsman.
Josh Johnson dominated the Motorcycle class.
And I think the Junior Drivers are glad Ian will be moving on to big cars next year.
Anyway, thanks again to all the racers who have supported Bremerton Raceway in this screwed up year. Hopefully, things will get better in the near future. After the regular season ended, we went to Firebird Raceway in Idaho and kicked some racers b_ _ _.
We took third place on Saturday, so we should have pretty decent parking at Woodburn in 2021. Bobby Burkevics Jr won the High School race on Saturday. Then on Sunday we tied for second place with Firebird and were only two points behind first place Portland. Ian Theofelis won Junior Lightning, Bill Vest made it to the semis in Super Pro, Dustin Ridge also got to the semi’s in Junior Thunder, and five racers went at least four rounds. We had a great brisket on Friday night and then pancakes and sausage on Saturday morning. Thanks to all the support and to Tim and Diane Petitt for the food. Even with the heat, it was a pretty Darn good weekend.
Moving on to the Fall Series. We had five races scheduled, but Mother Nature put the kibosh on the last one.
And the Fall Champions are
Super Pro Diane Petitt
Pro Brian McGinnis
Sportsman Troy Johnston
Motorcycle/Sled Ryan Brown
Jr Lightening Jenna Horton
Jr Thunder Greyson Fossum
As far as the awards banquet goes, right now we cannot have it in December. Hopefully, things will lighten up by January and we can do things then. That is my current plan. We will keep you die hard racers informed.
Our first race in 2021 should be Easter weekend, which is April 2 through the 4th. I plan on having a chassis inspection/ETI day on March 6. So much more I should say, but I can never find the right words. So, I will just stop. You can still order barrels of fuel, give me a call to set that up. If you have used slicks that are at least 31 tall, we can use them for the drag tractor. Remember, the orange numbered pit spots are reserved.
Oh yeah, one other note. Tim Petitt was voted in as the Handler’s Vice President and Diane Petitt is now in charge of the booster club. Tim is out getting support for the track so we can continue to improve the racing at Bremerton Raceway. Some of the things we would like to acquire – forklift, golf cart, four-wheeler, and sponsorships. I have talked extensively to CompuLink about the problem with the 330 in the left lane. If things get back to somewhat normal in 2021, they are scheduled to come to Bremerton Raceway and look at the issue and get it resolved. You can contact Tim at 253-732-9197. Or at email@example.com
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About Bremerton Raceway
Bring your friends and family along to the Bremerton Raceway to properly enjoy the safe and controlled racing on our strip. Owned and operated by the Handler’s Racing Association, we provide a place for anyone to race, including a group of big name racers such as Herm Petersen, Don Garlits, and Shirley Muldowney, to name a few. Our racing strip reaches 1/8th a mile and covers an inactive runway of the Bremerton National Airport. With over 59 years of experience, we know how to keep our racers and spectators safe. We proudly serve racers throughout the Pacific Northwest, including Canada.
Packed with concession stands that offer you breakfast, lunch, and coffee, and our bleachers, with capacity for 2000 individuals, gives you space for you and your loved ones to really enjoy our races and a day of fun. Participate in one of our many events, or simply watch our races and enjoy yourself. Winners will earn a chance to take part in the Pomona race going on in California. Backed by NHRA safety standards and extra insurance for drivers, both viewers and participating racers can enjoy the Bremerton Raceway safely and without worry.
Bremerton Raceway has always prided itself on being a family friendly and community oriented facility. At the track you will find many activities to make your outing a more enjoyable one. Some weekends we have live music while on others there are specific activities for the kids. There is something for the whole family to enjoy at Bremerton Raceway!