Western Fastest Outlaws Name Changed To Western Sprint Tour
Clark Printing MX To Sponsor CGS Northwest Extreme Sprints In 2015
Northwest Wingless Tour Prepares For Seventh Season Of Racing
2015 Will Be Sixth Season For NELMS
CGS Swap Meet Reminder For Saturday February 21st
Western Fastest Outlaws Name Changed To Western Sprint Tour

Western Fastest Outlaws Name...

3/4/2015 -
WFO Sprint Series Name Changed To WST By Ben Deatherage Cottage Grove, Oregon- The newly created Western Fastest Outlaws Sprint Series has changed its name to the Western Sprint Tour. The
Clark Printing MX To Sponsor CGS Northwest Extreme Sprints In 2015

Clark Printing MX To Sponsor...

3/3/2015 -
Clark Printing MX To Sponsor CGS Northwest Extreme Sprints In 2015 By Ben Deatherage Cottage Grove, Oregon - The Northwest Extreme Sprints have obtained a class sponsorship for the 2015
Northwest Wingless Tour Prepares For Seventh Season Of Racing

Northwest Wingless Tour...

3/3/2015 -
Northwest Wingless Tour Prepares For Seventh Season Of Racing By Ben Deatherage Cottage Grove, Oregon- Since 2009 the Northwest Wingless Tour has been entertaining fans from all over the
2015 Will Be Sixth Season For NELMS

2015 Will Be Sixth Season For...

2/28/2015 -
2015 Will Be Sixth Season For NELMS By Ben Deatherage (Photo Courtesy of Alyssa Jones) Cottage Grove, Oregon- For the last five years the Northwest Extreme Late Model Series has been
CGS Swap Meet Reminder For Saturday February 21st

CGS Swap Meet Reminder For...

2/20/2015 -
CGS Swap Meet Reminder For Saturday February 21st Cottage Grove, Oregon- We would like to send out a friendly reminder about the Cottage Grove Speedway Swap Meet on Saturday February 21st
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HometownForney, TX
Birthday7/16/1977

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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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