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Chadwick wins Wild West Modified Shootou...
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Starks Wins Feature on Last Lap Pass
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Chadwick wins Wild West Modified Shootou...

Chadwick wins Wild West Modified Shootou...

6/18/2016 -
Elma, WA - Grays Harbor Raceway has lucked out the last two weekends with threatening weather in the area, and after heavy rain showers late morning and early afternoon, the Wild West Modified Shootout featuring the Washington Mod
Lindsey, Evans, and Norton Visit Victory...

Lindsey, Evans, and Norton Visit Victory...

6/11/2016 -
Going from mid 90's in temperatures last weekend to mid 60's this weekend the action at Grays Harbor Raceway was hot on Saturday night as the Wingless Sprint Series, Northwest Focus Midgets Series, and the Outlaw Tuners took to th
2016 Wild West Modified Shootout Informa...

2016 Wild West Modified Shootout Informa...

5/26/2016 -
2016 Wild West Modified Shootout Information Guide (Photo of Kenny's Photography) RULES: IMCA RULES PACKAGES – IMCA TECH OFFICIAL WILL BE PRESENT ENTRY FEES: $80.00 (Includes Car and Driver Pit Pass) GENERAL PIT PASS: $30.00 T
Starks Wins Feature on Last Lap Pass

Starks Wins Feature on Last Lap Pass

6/6/2016 -
Elma, WA - Temperatures hit the mid 90's on Saturday night at Grays Harbor Raceway as the Summer Thunder Sprint Series, PHRA Dwarf Cars, and the Cut Rate Auto Parts Street Stocks took to the 3/8 banked clay oval in front of a grea
Wingless Sprint Series Anticipating GHR...

Wingless Sprint Series Anticipating GHR...

5/27/2016 -
Elma, WA - The Wingless Sprint Series pay their first visit of 2016 to Grays Harbor Raceway this Saturday May 28th. This will be the third different facility the tour has visited and the first trip to the state of Washington. It
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  • 32 Elma McCleary Road
  • Elma, WA 98541
  • 360-482-4374

Driver Profile

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HometownForney, TX
Birthday7/16

Driver Bio

Travis Rilat

About Travis

Among the top contenders for the $60,000 Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters championship, Travis will make a run for a second National title in 2009.
Travis has consistently been a front-runner among the Lucas Oil ASCS ranks over the past decade, with last year's ranking of ninth his eighth time among the top ten in final points. Travis has ranked among the top five on five occasions.

The second-generation racer broke onto the ASCS scene in a big way by ranking sixth in 1998 National points and earning Rookie of the Year honors. After climbing to fourth in points in 1999, Travis ventured out and captured Rookie of the Year honors with the NCRA and All-Stars in successive years.

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