Jeff Cole won the Compact Hit to Pass on the opening night of the Agassiz Speedway.

Speedway opening night winners

Agassiz Speedway is open for the 2014 racing season

Agassiz Speedway opened for the season on Saturday night, and featured five classes, and plenty of excitement, with beautiful racing weather. To keep tabs on everything happening this racing season, visit www.agassizspeedway.com.

Saturday night’s winners were:

Compact Hit To Pass

Jeff Cole: 7:07.799

Hornets

Matt Gaffney 7:05.524

Hornet B Heat

Robert Adams 02:57.181

Mini

Joey Silas 06:36.304

Street

Keith Tourond 13:49.752

 

The next event is Family Night, planned for May 10. Featured races are Late Model Sportsman, Street Stock, Mini Stock, Midgets and Hornets.

 

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