Malsam, Swatzina & Vela take home hardware

Malsam, Swatzina & Vela take home hardware

Alger, WA — Fresh off of his top-five finish in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on Friday night, Rudeen Racing’s Tayler Malsam took home the hardware in the 410 Sprint Car A-Main on Saturday night at Skagit Speedway.

In the Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprint class, Cory Swatzina was able to capture the race lead after leader Bill Rude was involved in an incident with lapped traffic on lap 11.

The Skagit Speedway Outlaw Tuners were back in action Saturday night and Freddie Vela took home the A Main trophy.

Skagit Speedway is back in action next week with the Shipwreck Beads Modifieds making their first appearance of 2014, joined by the 360 Sprint Cars, Sportsman Sprint Cars and Outlaw Tuners. Gates open at 5:30pm with racing at 7:00pm.


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