Summer Showdown at Evergreen Speedway: TV channel, live stream, schedule, more for 2022

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The place to be Friday and Saturday night, July 22-23, is Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Washington, where the venue will welcome some of the top Super Late Model and Pro Late Model competitors in the United States to battle for supremacy and a potentially huge payday during the 10th running of the Summer Showdown.

The Summer Showdown is unique because the event offers a $35,000 bonus to any driver who can win Friday’s 100-lap Pro Late Model race and Saturday’s 200-lap Super Late Model race. Combine that with the $10,000 Pro Late Model winner’s purse and the $25,000 Super Late Model winner’s purse, and one driver could leave Evergreen Speedway with a whopping $70,000.

RELATED: Watch the Summer Showdown live on FloRacing

However, it won’t be easy. Should a driver win the Pro Late Model feature on Friday and plan on competing in Saturday’s Super Late Model race in pursuit of the bonus, that driver will be required to start the Super Late Model feature from the rear of the field.

The bonuses don’t stop there. Should any driver finish in any combination of first, second or third in both races (with the exception of first in both races), that driver will also earn a $10,000 bonus. However, the same rule applies to Pro Late Model podium finishers attempting to win this bonus — they must start at the rear of the Super Late Model field on Saturday night.

Below is everything you need to know about the Summer Showdown at Evergreen Speedway.

What TV channel is the Summer Showdown at Evergreen Speedway on?

All of the on-track action for the Summer Showdown at Evergreen Speedway can be viewed live on FloRacing, the official streaming home for all NASCAR Roots properties.

The racing action will not be shown on a television network.

Below is the complete schedule for FloRacing’s coverage.

Date

Start time

How to watch

Friday, July 22, 2022

3 p.m. PT / 6 p.m. ET

FloRacing

Saturday, July 23, 2022

5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET

FloRacing

Complete schedule for the Summer Showdown

This year’s Summer Showdown is scheduled to take place on Friday and Saturday, July 22-23.

Six different divisions will compete over two days of on-track action at Evergreen Speedway, including the NASCAR Mini Stocks, Legend cars, NASCAR Street Stocks and Tri-State Mini Stock Tour. The event will be headlined by a 100-lap Pro Late Model feature on Friday and a 200-lap Super Late Model feature on Saturday.

Below is the complete race-day schedule at Evergreen Speedway.

  • Friday, July 22 (All times PT)

Time 

Event

8 a.m.

Registration open

9 a.m.

Back gate opens, tech inspection opens

10:30 a.m.

Late Model driver and spotter meeting (tech trailer)

10:50 a.m.

NASCAR Mini Stock and Legend pit meeting (Figure 8 tech area)

11:10 a.m.

Pro Late Model practice

11:40 a.m.

NASCAR Mini Stock practice

12 p.m.

Super Late Model practice

12:30 p.m.

Legend practice

12:50 p.m.

Track crossing

1 p.m.

Pro Late Model practice

1:30 p.m.

NASCAR Mini Stock practice

1:50 p.m.

Super Late Model practice

2:15 p.m.

Front gates open

2:20 p.m.

Legend practice

2:40 p.m.

Track cold, crossing allowed

2:50 p.m.

Qualifying (Pro Late Model, Legend, NASCAR Mini Stock, Super Late Model)

4:30 p.m.

Heat races

6 p.m.

Opening ceremonies

Immediately after opening ceremonies…

Super Late Model qualifying heat races (20 laps)

Immediately after Super Late Model qualifying heat races…

NASCAR Mini Stock feature (40 laps)

Immediately after NASCAR Mini Stock feature…

Legend feature (30 laps)

Immediately after Legend feature…

Pro Late Model feature (100 laps)

  • Saturday, July 23 (All times PT)

Time

Event

8:30 a.m.

Registration opens

9 a.m.

Back gate opens

10 a.m.

Brief Late Model drivers meeting

10:15 a.m.

Tri-State Mini Stock Tour, Legend and NASCAR Street Stock drivers meeting

10:30 a.m.

Super Late Model practice

11 a.m.

Track crossing

11:10 a.m.

Tri-State Mini Stock Tour practice

11:30 a.m.

NASCAR Street Stock practice

11:50 a.m.

Legend practice

12:10 p.m.

Track crossing

12:20 p.m.

Super Late Model practice

12:50 p.m.

Tri-State Mini Stock Tour practice

1 p.m.

NASCAR Street Stock practice

1:10 p.m.

Legend practice

1:20 p.m.

Track cold

1:30 p.m.

Front gates open

2 p.m.

Summer Showdown tech opens

2 p.m.

Tri-State Mini Stock Tour and Legend qualifying

3:30 p.m.

Heat races

Immediately after heat races…

NASCAR Street Stock, Legend and Tri-State Mini Stock Tour B-Mains (if necessary)

5 p.m.

Tri-State Mini Stock Tour feature (40 laps)

Immediately after Tri-State Mini Stock Tour feature…

Legend feature (30 laps)

Immediately after Legend feature…

NASCAR Street Stock feature (40 laps)

Immediately after NASCAR Street Stock feature…

Opening ceremonies

Immediately after opening ceremonies…

Super Late Model feature (200 laps)

Official format for the Summer Showdown

The field for Saturday’s 200-lap Summer Showdown Super Late Model feature will be set based on qualifying and heat races.

Competitors will complete two timed laps during qualifying on Friday, July 22, with speeds determining their starting positions for heat races later the same day. Starting positions 1-32 for the 200-lap feature will be determined based on heat race results.

Positions 33-36 will be determined by the Last Chance Qualifier race, with positions 37-38 going to the top two non-transfer Last Chance Qualifier finishers in the Evergreen Speedway weekly championship standings.

The 200-lap Super Late Model race will include a break at or near the 100-lap mark. Teams will then get seven minutes to make changes on pit road before the race resumes.

The race must end with five green flag laps, though they do not need to be consecutive. Once the white flag is displayed to the leader, the next flag will end the race. There can be one green/white/checkered attempt. If another restart is required, the green and white flags will wave at the same time.

Summer Showdown entry list

A number of top contenders have filed entries to compete in both the Super Late Model and Pro Late Model events this week during the Summer Showdown.

They’re headlined by three-time Summer Showdown Super Late Model winner Preston Peltier, who is one of 16 competitors currently scheduled to compete in both races this weekend.

Also entered is defending race winner Owen Riddle, as well as 2016 race winner Tayler Riddle, though neither of them will be chasing the $30,000 bonus. Chris Eggleston, the 2015 ARCA Menards Series West champion, is scheduled to compete, as is touring Super Late Model star and two-time West Series champion Derek Thorn.

Naima Lang, who leads the weekly Pro Late Model division standings at Evergreen, is another driver scheduled to double-dip. Others who will be chasing the $30,000 bonus for sweeping both races include Dustin Ash, Trevor Christiani, Wyatt Gardner, Angel Cervantes, Randy Marshall, Daniel Moore, Trenton Moriarity, Haeden Plybon, Colton Price, Max Schroeder, Tyler Tanner, Austin Thom and Doni Wanant.

Below is the complete entry list for Saturday’s 200-lap Summer Showdown Super Late Model race and the 100-lap Pro Late Model race.

Divisions

Driver

Super Late Model

Garrett Archer

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Dustin Ash

Pro Late Model

Nick Beecher

Pro Late Model

Dan Beecher

Pro Late Model

Greg Bennett

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Angel Cervantes

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Trevor Christiani

Pro Late Model

Haley Constance

Pro Late Model

Dawson Cox

Super Late Model

Chris Eggleston

Super Late Model

Garrett Evans

Pro Late Model

Chad Fitzpatrick

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Wyatt Gardner

Pro Late Model

Evan Goetz

Super Late Model

Jonathon Gomez

Pro Late Model

Nick Gunderson

Super Late Model

Jace Hansen

Pro Late Model

Kaden Holm

Pro Late Model

Mike Jensen

Pro Late Model

Kasey Kleyn

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Naima Lang

Super Late Model

John Lathrop

Super Late Model

Mike Longton

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Randy Marshall

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Daniel Moore

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Trenton Moriarity

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Preston Peltier

Super Late Model

Ryan Phillpott

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Haeden Plybon

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Colton Price

Super Late Model

Kole Raz

Super Late Model

Tayler Riddle

Super Late Model

Owen Riddle

Pro Late Model

Zach Riehl

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Max Schroeder

Super Late Model

Buddy Sheppard

Pro Late Model

Thomas Stanford

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Tyler Tanner

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Austin Thom

Pro Late Model

Brad Thomas

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Derek Thorn

Super Late Model

Tim Trostel

Super Late Model, Pro Late Model

Doni Wanat

Preston Peltier after winning the Summer Showdown 200 on Sunday, June 30, at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash.
Preston Peltier after winning the Summer Showdown 200 on Sunday, June 30, at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash.

Summer Showdown history, winners

The inaugural Summer Showdown was held in 2012 at the .646-mile asphalt oval, with local star Pete Harding emerging as the inaugural winner.

Since that time he has been joined as a Summer Showdown winner by six other drivers. Preston Peltier has been the most successful driver in Summer Showdown history after three consecutive victories from 2017-19.

Jay Sauls, former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competitor Cameron Hayley, touring Super Late Model star Bubba Pollard, Tayler Riddle and Owen Riddle have also earned victories in the prestigious event.

Owen Riddle is the defending Summer Showdown winner after taking the lead on the 154th circuit last year on his way to a $25,000 payday. The race was not held in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Below is the complete list of winners of the Summer Showdown.

Year

Winner

2012

Pete Harding

2013

Jay Sauls

2014

Cameron Hayley

2015

Bubba Pollard

2016

Tayler Riddle

2017

Preston Peltier

2018

Preston Peltier

2019

Preston Peltier

2020

Not held

2021

Owen Riddle