Evergreen Speedway
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Track profile: Evergreen Speedway

The term “superspeedway” typically is not reserved for a short track like Evergreen Speedway that measures 0.625 miles. But NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson knew what he was doing when he called the paved oval in Monroe, Washington, the “Superspeedway of the West.”

Evergreen is not your typical short track, as the facility is actually five tracks in one. Inside that 0.646-mile oval is a 0.375 paved oval, a 0.2-mile paved oval, a figure-eight track and a 0.75-mile road course.

Located a little more than 30 miles northeast of Seattle, Evergreen Speedway is the only NASCAR-sanctioned track in the state of Washington.

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In 2022, Evergreen’s racing season begins in late March and runs though the beginning of October.

Below is everything to know about Evergreen Speedway.

Evergreen Speedway

Track Profile

Evergreen Speedway

Track Evergreen Speedway
Location Monroe, Washington
Opened 1954
Length 0.646 miles
Surface Asphalt

Originally a dirt track for horse racing, Evergreen Speedway was constructed in 1954 on the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe. It was paved almost a decade later, when regular auto races began to be held at the venue.

Evergreen’s covered grandstand along the track’s frontstretch can seat up to 7,500 people. Additionally, uncovered modular grandstands around the track can seat 5,000 more people.

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Today, Evergreen’s jam-packed weekly racing schedule features multiple stock and drift car division like pro late models, street stocks, hornets, stingers, legends, buses, pro trucks, mini stocks and more. The track also host the ARCA Menards Series West in August.

The West Series first raced at Evergreen in 1964, when Dick Bown drove a Plymouth to Victory Lane. The West Series’ 2022 visit will mark its 61st race at Evergreen. Ray Elder and Jack McCory are tied for the most West Series wins at the track with five apiece.

Evergreen also hosted NASCAR Northwest Series races from 1985 through 2006.

What’s now the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series has raced at Evergreen six times, with Ron Hornaday Jr. winning the series first race at the Washington track in 1995 and Jack Sprague winning the last in 2000.

Hornaday and Sprague both won a pair of Truck Series races at Evergreen.

Below are the all-time results from those three series’ visits to Evergreen dating back to the 1960s.

Evergreen Speedway

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races at Evergreen Speedway

Year-Race No. Date Winner
1995-06 5/13/95 Ron Hornaday, Jr.
1996-04 5/11/96 Mike Bliss
1997-06 5/10/97 Rich Bickle
1998-05 5/9/98 Jack Sprague
1999-03 4/3/99 Ron Hornaday, Jr.
2000-10 6/3/00 Jack Sprague

West Series races at Evergreen Speedway

Year-Race No. Date Winner
1964-05 4/19/64 Dick Bown
1964-16 7/12/64 Bill Amick
1965-06 4/25/65 Bill Amick
1967-17 7/30/67 Jack McCoy
1968-09 7/4/68 Jack McCoy
1968-15 9/2/68 Jack McCoy
1969-05 7/4/69 Scotty Cain
1969-15 9/1/69 Jack McCoy
1970-07 7/4/70 Dick Bown
1971-22 9/6/71 Ray Elder
1972-08 5/28/72 Ray Elder
1972-24 9/3/72 Ray Elder
1973-17 9/2/73 Jack McCoy
1974-23 9/1/74 Harry Jefferson
1975-09 7/6/75 Ray Elder
1975-14 8/31/75 Ray Elder
1976-03 6/27/76 Chuck Bown
1976-09 9/6/76 Neal Newberry
1977-10 6/26/77 Harry Jefferson
1978-12 7/3/78 John Borneman
1979-04 6/24/79 Neal Newberry
1979-11 8/26/79 Ron Eaton
1980-06 6/29/80 Ron Eaton
1981-09 7/12/81 Roy Smith
1982-08 8/1/82 Ron Eaton
1983-05 7/31/83 Jim Robinson
1984-05 7/29/84 Jim Robinson
1985-09 8/18/85 Derrike Cope
1986-03 7/13/86 Chad Little
1987-04 7/12/87 Bill Elliott
1988-06 7/17/88 Chad Little
1989-07 7/17/89 Chad Little
1990-05 7/15/90 Bill Sedgwick
1991-01 5/4/91 Mike Chase
1991-06 7/14/91 Geoffrey Bodine
1992-06 7/12/92 Bill Sedgwick
1993-07 6/27/93 Rick Carelli
1996-08 6/29/96 Butch Gilliland
1997-08 7/5/97 Sean Woodside
1998-11 8/15/98 Butch Gilliland
1999-08 7/18/99 Kevin Richards
2000-08 7/16/00 Brendan Gaughan
2001-09 6/30/01 Brendan Gaughan
2002-05 6/29/02 Eric Norris
2003-06 6/28/03 Mark Reed
2004-05 7/17/04 Austin Cameron
2005-06 7/30/05 Mike Duncan
2006-08 7/29/06 Johnny Borneman, III
2007-11 8/4/07 Brian Ickler
2008-09 7/26/08 Jeff Barkshire
2011-08 7/10/11 Greg Pursley
2012-09 7/14/12 Eric Holmes
2013-09 8/17/13 Dylan Lupton
2014-10 8/16/14 David Mayhew
2015-09 8/15/15 David Mayhew
2016-09 8/13/16 Todd Gilliland
2017-10 8/12/17 Chris Eggleston
2018-09 8/11/18 Derek Thorn
2019-09 8/17/19 Trevor Huddleston
2020-05 8/7/20 Blaine Perkins

NASCAR Northwest Series races at Evergreen Speedway

Year-Race No. Date Winner
1985-01 5/5/85 Garrett Evans
1985-07 6/29/85 Garrett Evans
1985-12 8/17/85 Garrett Evans
1986-02 5/4/86 Garrett Evans
1986-10 7/12/86 Ron Eaton
1986-15 9/1/86 Bob Fox
1987-01 4/4/87 Garrett Evans
1987-07 7/11/87 Tobey Butler
1987-11 8/16/87 Garrett Evans
1988-08 7/16/88 Garrett Evans
1988-11 8/14/88 Ron Eaton
1989-01 4/8/89 Bob Fox
1989-09 7/15/89 Ron Eaton
1989-12 8/13/89 Garrett Evans
1990-01 3/31/90 Garrett Evans
1990-10 7/14/90 John Dillon
1990-12 7/28/90 John Dillon
1991-01 3/30/91 Garrett Evans
1991-10 7/13/91 Ron Eaton
1991-13 8/17/91 Ron Eaton
1992-01 3/28/92 Garrett Evans
1992-04 5/2/92 Tobey Butler
1992-11 7/11/92 Dirk Stephens
1992-15 8/15/92 Kirk Rogers
1993-01 3/27/93 Tobey Butler
1993-06 6/5/93 Garrett Evans
1993-08 6/26/93 Ken Schrader
1993-12 8/14/93 Kirk Rogers
1994-01 3/26/94 Gary Lewis
1994-08 6/4/94 Kelly Tanner
1994-13 7/31/94 Pete Harding
1995-01 3/25/95 Ron Eaton
1995-08 6/3/95 Monte English
1995-14 7/30/95 Ron Eaton
1996-01 3/30/96 Garrett Evans
1996-10 7/28/96 Ron Eaton
1997-01 3/29/97 Pete Harding
1997-09 8/24/97
1998-01 3/28/98 Gary Lewis
1998-09 7/18/98 Gary Lewis
1999-01 4/3/99 Gary Lewis
1999-09 7/17/99 Pete Harding
2000-01 3/25/00 Gaylon Stewart
2000-07 6/3/00 Ken Kaltschmidt
2000-11 7/15/00 Ron Eaton
2000-16 9/16/00 Gary Lewis
2001-01 4/7/01 Gary Lewis
2001-09 8/4/01 Kevin Hamlin
2002-01 3/30/02 Kevin Hamlin
2002-07 7/13/02 Jeff Jefferson
2003-01 3/29/03 Pete Harding
2003-03 5/10/03 John Bender
2003-08 7/12/03 Chris Hart
2004-02 5/8/04 Jason Jefferson
2004-05 6/26/04 Gary Lewis
2005-04 7/9/05 Pete Harding
2005-06 8/13/05 John Bender
2006-05 7/15/06 Brandon Riehl
2006-07 7/29/06 Pete Harding