EAST WENATCHEE — George Casey claimed the checkered flag in the always-adventurous Bump 2 Pass class in Saturday’s action at the Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval.
Casey, in the No. 62 car, beat out Randy Casey in the No. 63 car for the win in the Bump 2 Pass main. The win inched George Casey (1,138 points) closer to leader Randy Adams (1,294) in the season points standings. Adams did not make Saturday’s main.
Chris Swafford, who sits in second in the standings with 1,236 points, recovered from crashing into a water barricade earlier in the night to finish fourth Saturday.
In the Youth Hornets, Cody Vickrey broke his own track record with a lap time of 16.474 seconds on his way to another main win. Vickrey has broken the track record four times this season and leads Shasten Gurnard (1,619 points) by 153 points in the season standings.
Ryker Agnew took the Pure Stocks main, holding off class leader Cameron Bruggman, who finished second. Agnew sits in fourth place in the division with 1,569 points, while Bruggman leads with 1,781.
Tom Wentz was the winner in the Thunder Cars main, followed by Russell Kain and Mike Sims.
Kain leads the Thunder Cars with 1,584 points, followed by Sims at 1,425. Wentz is seventh with 1,099.
In the final race of the night, the touring NW Outlaw Compacts, Justin Childress took the win. Jim Perry was second, Tim Ripley was third, and Agnew was 10th in his second class of the evening.
The Super Oval continues this Saturday with the ARCA Late Models 200, Outlaw Street Stocks, West Coast Vintage Racers, Golden Wheels, and a fireworks presentation.