Forsberg Wins Hawes Memorial

Forsberg Captures Hawes Memorial Win (Marysville, CA 10/31/20)…Auburn’s Andy Forsberg won the Paul Hawes Memorial Sprint Spooktacular 20-lap winged 360 feature event Saturday night at Marysville Raceway.  Forsberg, who also won the 2020 track championship, took the lead on lap nine when he passed Nick Larsen.  It was Forsberg’s fourth main event win of 2020.  Credit should be given to Larson because it was the most laps, he has led this season at Marysville Raceway.  In the end, Larsen would [...]

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Paul Hawes Memorial Sprint Spooktacular

Paul Hawes Memorial Sprint Spooktacular (Marysville, CA 10/27/20)…This past May, the Marysville Raceway was saddened to learn that former track Promoter Paul Hawes had passed away from Cancer.  Hawes, along with his wife Kathy, made numerous improvements to the racing venue throughout their time promoting the races.  With approval from the family, we have decided to race in his honor this Saturday night, October 31, naming the event the Paul Hawes Memorial Sprint Spooktacular. Four divisions headline this event led by [...]

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Fantastic Racing at Taxi Cab Challenge

Great Racing During Taxi Cab Challenge (Marysville, CA 10/17/20)…The Gold Fever Taxi Cab Challenge did not disappoint as all four divisions provided action-packed racing throughout the night.  The pits were packed with 31 Hobby Stocks, 17 Pure Stocks, eight Limited Late Models and six Street Stocks.  Winners included Dan Brown Jr., Brent Lawrence, Jarred Hess, and Jason Palmer. The Hustling Hobby Stocks started 20 drivers going 20-laps in the feature.  Brad Myers jumped out to the early lead.  Myers led the [...]

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Taxi Cab Challenge October 17th

Gold Fever Taxi Cab Challenge October 17th (Marysville, CA 10/5/20)…With generous support from local die hard race enthusiasts, the Gold Fever Taxi Cab Challenge, scheduled for October 17th, has been given the green flag.  This longstanding popular event features five different divisions of door slamming, in your face, grass roots racing.  It took the combined efforts of track business manager Dennis Gage and numerous sponsors to make this race a reality.  “I want to thank everyone who stepped up and [...]

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