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Street Stock Tire Rule Update
Van Dam, Sweatman, Thomas, Kerrigan, and Scouller Victorious On Memorial Day Weekend!
Kerrigan, Wright, Thomas and Alberding Pick Up Feature Wins!
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Kerrigan, Sweatman, Helsel, and Wright Victorious at Grays Harbor Raceway
Street Stock Tire Rule Update

Street Stock Tire Rule Update

5/28/2015 -
Due to the inability to obtain quality take off tires for the Street Stock Class, promoter Steve Beitler has made a decision to change the tire rule to allow the American Racer EC83 and EC84 10" slick to be used along with the
Van Dam, Sweatman, Thomas, Kerrigan, and Scouller Victorious On Memorial Day Weekend!

Van Dam, Sweatman, Thomas, Kerrigan, and...

5/24/2015 -
Fans of Grays Harbor Raceway were treated to another great Saturday night of racing on the 3/8 banked clay oval, with the 360 Sprint Cars, Shipwreck Beads Modifieds, Cut Rate Auto Parts Street Stocks, Northwest Focus Midget
Kerrigan, Wright, Thomas and Alberding Pick Up Feature Wins!

Kerrigan, Wright, Thomas and Alberding...

5/18/2015 -
Another weekend of dirt track racing would hit the 3/8's banked clay oval of Grays Harbor Raceway on Saturday Night. Fans were treated with the Northwest Wingless Tour/Oregon Double Shot Series wingless sprint cars, along with the
Solwold, Carrell and Wright Pick Up Feature Wins!

Solwold, Carrell and Wright Pick Up...

5/11/2015 -
With the sun shining bright, and the temperature in the low 80's, Grays Harbor Raceway fans were treated to a great field of 360 Sprint Cars, Shipwreck Beads Modifieds for the Washington Modified Tour, and also on hand were the
Kerrigan, Sweatman, Helsel, and Wright Victorious at Grays Harbor Raceway

Kerrigan, Sweatman, Helsel, and Wright...

5/3/2015 -
With tempatures in the low 70's, 4 divisions of cars took to Grays Harbor Raceway for the second race of the 2015 season. The Cut Rate Auto Parts Street Stocks, Shipwreck Beads Modifieds, Sportsman Sprints, and Outlaw Tuners were
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  • 32 Elma McCleary Road
  • Elma, WA 98541
  • 360-482-4374

Driver Profile

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HometownPuyallup, WA
Birthday3/6
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Classes

410 Sprints - Winged
360 Sprints - Winged
Sportsman Sprints
Midgets

Driver Bio

Trey Starks

About Trey

Brothers Arnie and Mike Starks began their racing careers drag racing in 1964, winning weekly races at Bremerton and Puyallup Raceway. They purchased a midget race car in 1969 and started racing it in 1970 at tracks all over the West Coast and Canada. Arnie won his first Washington Midget Racing Association (WMRA) championship in 1977, winning many races and setting track records along the way.

Arnie’s oldest son, Dean, went to work for Bayside Motorsports in 1987, working on state-of-the-art road racing IMSA cars, Porsche 962 and Indy cars. He was part of the 24 Hours of Daytona, 12 Hours of Sebring and many other wins. He has since formed his own fabricating business, Blue Dot Fabrication, and is a very talented fabricator and is involved with many racing ventures. He has been responsible for building cars that won midget championships in 2000 and 2001. The car still holds track records in Canada, Washington, Oregon, California and Nevada. Today, he is still a vital part of Starks Racing as well as working on and preparing vintage race cars from Ferrari F1s to Greenwood Corvettes.

Arnie’s youngest son, John, started racing midgets in 1983, running a limited schedule and winning his first race in the final event of the year. In 1986, John won his first championship in the SMORS series, which consisted of tracks on the west coast. In 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001 he earned championships in WMRA. In addition to the four titles, John won many big races including United States Auto Club’s (USAC) Harvest Classic at Madera, Calif., Speedway; USAC Silverstate National 100 Lap race in Carson City, Nev. John had feature wins and track records in most West Coast states. In 2003, John began racing USAC Silver Crown cars and raced on both dirt and pavement tracks all across the country.

In 2002, brothers John and Dean built John’s son, Trey, his first quarter midget race car and over the course of three years built four more after Trey’s brother, Collin, began racing quarter midgets. Collin had many Junior Honda and Junior Stock fast times, track record, and feature wins culminating in a Region 9 Junior Honda Championship at the age of six in 2005. He stopped racing quarter midgets shortly after the Micro-Sprint program began. In the meantime, he has become a very accomplished mechanic at his young age.

The 2011 season turned out to be a a decent sophomore season in full-sized sprints. Running 59 races across the west coast in both 360s and 410s getting a win and making over 90 percent of the features. We learned a lot, still working through the transition from asphalt to dirt, but made fair progress and met most the goals we had set before our team.

Since then, Trey has expanded to race from coast to coast and has been victorious in the 360 and 410 ranks. He competed with the famed Pennsylvania Posse in 2013 and advanced to the feature for the $50,000-to-win National Open at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pa.

In 2014, Starks returned to Pennsylvania and recorded a top 10 in his first four weeks of racing there. He ended the season with one feature victory as well as a pair of top 15s with the World of Outlaws.

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