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A packed crowd watched action from all five racing classes at Grays Harbor Raceway on July 5. The 360 Sprint class was won by Evan Margeson (50).Buy Photo
A packed crowd watched action from all five racing classes at Grays Harbor Raceway on July 5. The 360 Sprint class was won by Evan Margeson (50).
A packed crowd watches the outlaw tuner scramble race at Grays Harbor Raceway on July 5. Jeff Daniel, No. 14, of Ocean Shores won the feature race in the outlaw tuner class not long before the fireworks show.Buy Photo
A packed crowd watches the outlaw tuner scramble race at Grays Harbor Raceway on July 5. Jeff Daniel, No. 14, of Ocean Shores won the feature race in the outlaw tuner class not long before the fireworks show.
Brendan Carl | The Vidette A packed crowd watches the outlaw tuner scramble race at Grays Harbor Raceway on July 5. Jeff Daniel, No. 14, of Ocean Shores, won the feature race in the outlaw tuner class, not long before the fireworks show.Buy Photo
Brendan Carl | The Vidette A packed crowd watches the outlaw tuner scramble race at Grays Harbor Raceway on July 5. Jeff Daniel, No. 14, of Ocean Shores, won the feature race in the outlaw tuner class, not long before the fireworks show.

Busy night

at raceway

There were plenty of fireworks on and off the track at the Grays Harbor Raceway on Saturday. The midseason championship races provided the sparks on the track with two Grays Harbor drivers coming away victorious. Jack Parshall of Hoquiam won the street stocks and Jeff Daniel of Ocean Shores won the feature in the outlaw tuners. Chase Goetz of Snohomish led all 25 laps in the midget series. Craig Moore of Seabeck took the checkered in the modified feature and Evan Mageson of Tacoma came away with the win in the 360 sprints. A packed house was treated to a fireworks show after the races as well.