Apple Blossom 200 Set To Kick Off PASS Northwest Triple Crown At Wenatchee
WENATCHEE, WA (April 22) – After months of anticipation, drivers and fans of the Pacific Northwest are just days away from the return of organized stock car racing to the region with this weekend’s Apple Blossom 200. The season opener for Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval (WVSO) will also double as the inaugural event for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Northwest Triple Crown.
PASS is largely regarded as the premier sanctioning body for short track asphalt racing in the North America. The Apple Blossom 200 has traditionally been one of the biggest Super Late Model races in the Northwest, so the pairing of the two just seems to make sense. The PASS Northwest Triple Crown has already drawn lots of interest from racers excited about the possibilities for this year and beyond.
“Guys are hopeful and ready to support PASS in the Northwest,” said WVSO promoter and short track racing legend, Garrett Evans. “I know several drivers that have been saving their cars because they are committed to the PASS Northwest Triple Crown. We’ve had teams practice here at WVSO from Spokane and other places. And the local guys have been practicing a lot too and are really excited.” Read Full Article →