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Jason Solwold Wins Night One of the Fred Brownfield Classic
It's Race Day at GHR
Van Dam, Miller, Kerrigan and Onasch Feature Winners
Brownfield Classic Reserved Seating Available through Sunday, June 28
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Jason Solwold Wins Night One of the Fred Brownfield Classic

Jason Solwold Wins Night One of the Fred...

7/4/2015 -
(Image Credit: Malcolm White) ELMA, Wash. (July 3, 2015) For the third time in four nights of racing in the Pacific Northwest, Burlington, Washington’s Jason Solwold stood in Victory Lane with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car
It's Race Day at GHR

It's Race Day at GHR

7/3/2015 -
It's race day and everyone is excited for the Fred Brownfield Classic as the ASCS Nationals returns to Grays Harbor Raceway for action packed racing tonight and tomorrow. Gates open at 5:30, racing at
Van Dam, Miller, Kerrigan and Onasch Feature Winners

Van Dam, Miller, Kerrigan and Onasch...

6/21/2015 -
Another day of sunshine and blue sky would bring another night of dirt track racing to the 3/8 banked clay oval of Grays Harbor Raceway. The 360 Sprint Cars, Cut Rate Auto Parts Street Stocks, Shipwreck Beads Modifieds and the
Brownfield Classic Reserved Seating Available through Sunday, June 28

Brownfield Classic Reserved Seating...

6/18/2015 -
Advanced reserved seating for the Fred Brownfield Classic presented by Little Creek Casino will close on Sunday, June 28. Hurry, before it's too late to save your favorite seat! General admission seating will still be
Romig, Sweatman, Anderson and Scouller Feature Winners!

Romig, Sweatman, Anderson and Scouller...

6/14/2015 -
The weather has been great around Grays Harbor Raceway this season, and once again, there was perfect weather conditions for a great night of racing. The Northwest Wingless Tour, Shipwreck Beads Modifieds, Northwest Focus Midget
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HometownRed Lion, PA
Birthday8/21
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Driver Bio

Cody Darrah

About Cody

[u When and how did you get started in racing?]
I've been racing even before I was born. Racing is a family tradition in our family. If you were to go my Grandparents house you'll find a pictures of all my aunts, and uncles, grandparents, even my great grandparents with checkered flags in there hands.

[u Who had the biggest impact on your racing career and why?]
My Uncle Rick Eckert I probably the my biggest influence in racing. He is always there to help me, and he does it from such a professional stand point.

[u What would you be doing if you weren't racing?]
If I wasn't driving, I would still be in the pits wrenching on someone's car. If there was no racing altogether I really wouldn't, have anything nothing to do.

[u What is your favorite aspect of racing?]
The flat out ride of a sprint car is the best aspect I found. The adrenalin rush you get when lining up before a feature and the lights go out when the flagger gives the one up signal is incomparable to anything I h

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