Amy Macken loved nothing more than being with family at the race track. She would have loved the evening of racing Saturday at Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval. A 54-car field turned out for Legends Thunder and More that included her husband David and her daughter Jamy. And even though neither Macken finished first, the Macken family remained first in the minds of all in attendance.
Eric Granstrom was joined by Andrew Kunas for the call on the NCWLIFE Channel…
Holaday wins B-Mods and donates check to Macken family
Chad Holaday won the B-Mod main event and began a flood of drivers donating their winnings to the Macken Family…
A Go Fund Me page has been set up for Amy Macken to help with medical costs and funeral arrangements.
Delong takes Bandolero win at WVSO
Ephrata’s Cannon Delong won the Bandoleros race followed by Jordan Mullins of Naches and Ryker Ohler of Prosser.
Larson battles large field and long delay to win Midget Main Event
The checkered flag flew for Nick Larson of Monroe on the Northwest Focus Midgets Main Event with Bow’s Shane Smith 2nd and Burien’s Marty Rosler 3rd.
Wennerberg borrows car and wins Roadrunner Main Event
As the Les Schwab Scoreboard continues, we see that Dale Wennerberg won the Plumb Perfect Roadrunners Main Event. Josh Mauch was 2nd followed by Arlington’s Jaime Corbett 3rd.
Legends won by Fife’s Shaaf at WVSO
And in the Tri-State Legends Main Event, Fife’s Randy Shaaf out-ran Billy Weber and Chris Bellanca, both from Tacoma, to take home first place.
Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval will be quiet for a few weeks before it’s next race, scheduled for August 8th. We’ll be back on Fancher Heights to carry it LIVE on the NCWLIFE Channel when it happens.
To watch Saturday’s entire race On-Demand, click here.