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Lakeport Boat Races

June 6th, 2017

It was excitement and mayhem Saturday Night at Lakeport Speedway. Fans were treated to intense racing action with the Limited Modifieds, Jammers, Taco Bell Bombers, T&T Towing Jalopies and fan favorite Boat Races.

“Fans just kept coming through the gates all night long” Said Promoter David Furia. “It was exciting for our drivers to see the stands full of racing fans.”

Fans loved the action with the newest series, T&T Towing Jalopies. Furia explains; “The Jalopies race on the infield and the cars are just basic cars with some safety measures taken. Anyone who has an old junker around that meets the specifications outlined on our website can enter the Jalopies!”

In the Jammers, Brandi Robertson won the heat and main

Jr Jammers heat and main went to David Sanchez

Jackson Long Took the checkered in Limited Modifieds Heat
and Main

Taco Bell Bombers Mike Sullivan swept the Heat and Main Events

T and T Towing Jalopies, Wayne Hunt raced to the win in the Trophy Dash and the First Heat , Mark Gordon won the second heat and Brandon Small took the main.

John Murphy in the Shark Car won the Boat Races

Fans can still purchase the July Party Pack. The package includes 5 nights of racing plus a choice of independence weekend fireworks at Lakeport or Ukiah Speedway for a discounted price of $45 for adults, $35 for Seniors and Students and $25 for kids. Ticket packages are pre-purchase only and can be ordered at

Ukiah Speedway hosts Monster Trucks, Boat Races and Mudd Boggs Friday June 2 nd and Mudd Boggs and Monster Trucks Saturday June 3rd. Auto racing will continue June 17th at Ukiah Speedway with Limited Modifieds, Pro-4, Jammers, Taco Bell Bombers, Legends and Bandoleros.

Lakeport Sprint Boat Grand Prix Local Ticket Locations Announced

May 20th, 2017

With preparations underway for the first annual Lakeport Sprint Boat Grand Prix June 3rd and 4th, organizers have reached out to community outlets to get tickets to this exciting event in the hands of Lake and Mendocino County Sprint Boat Fans. Event Chariman, Jack Long states. Most people dont want to wait in line at a ticket booth. The whole area is going to be fenced off and if people purchase tickets at the gate, they will have to buy the ticket and then go through the check in process. We are encouraging pre-sale tickets to avoid the ticket lines. If attendees buy their tickets through our website or at any of the local ticket outlets, they can go straight to the check in. They will have no need to stand in the ticket line.

Several local partners have stepped up to offer tickets. Lake County include: Twin Pine Casino & Off the Vine Gift shop, Kelseyville Lumber, Lake County Fairgrounds, Steele Winery Tasting Room, and Chacewater Winery Tasting Room. Ukiah fans can pick up their tickets at dig! Music. Tickets are also available online at

Organizers are still looking for volunteers and vendors. Volunteers with a boat or personal watercraft to be part of the race course perimeter line to secure the area. They can work one or two days, and will receive as many complimentary general tickets as they work. There will be a need up to 40 crafts and drivers. Individuals that will be part of the race management team (supporting ticket takers, gate monitors and general support of the Sprint Boat Grand Prix management team. Approximately 20 people are needed. They will also receive a General Admission ticket for each day they work. Go to and click on the volunteer tab for more information.

Vendors are also being accepted on a first come first served basis. With the huge amount of visitors expected at this event from all over the west coast, this is a prime opportunity for service organizations or vendors to make serious money. The rate for vending is a flat $100 per day and vendors keep 100% of what they sell. Vending spaces are on a first come first served basis and duplication is not permitted. Vendors can go to and click on the vendor tab for more information and to apply.

With the help of local sponsors Twin Pine Casino, Steele Wines, Ruzica and Associates, Valley Oaks, Kelseyville Lumber, Eagle Distributing, Chacewater Winery and Olive Mill, Furia Construction, 94.5 Kwine, Max 93.5, Bicoastal Media and Lake County Fair, the Lakeport Sprint Boat Grand Prix Races June 3rd and 4th is projected to be an exciting weekend full of fast paced Sprint Boat Racing on Clearlake. Get your tickets now and get ready to make memories!

Lakeport Speedway Highlights!

May 14th, 2017

The second race of the 2017 Ukiah and Lakeport Speedway racing season excited crowds Saturday at Lakeport Speedway. Classes featured were the Taco Bell Bombers, North State Modifieds, Pro-4 Modifieds and Legends.

In the Pro4 Modifieds, Johnny Barker drove his number 14 to victory in both the dash and heat races while the 29 of Mike Peterson took the main. Legends number 20 driver Cody Winchel won the dash and heat races while Jaden Fisher in the 86 R1 won the main event.

In theTaco Bell bombers Raymond Taylor Senior won the heat race in the number 2T and after a mid race crash between the number 8 and the 5x , Kevin Brackett took the checkered in the main in the number 1.

The North State modified series Lucas Oil dash for cash went to the 12C Cody Barber and in the 60-lap 20-car main event of the night Darren Knight won in his number 20.

Fans can still purchase the July Party Pack. The package includes 5 nights of racing plus a choice of independence weekend fireworks at Lakeport or Ukiah Speedway for a discounted price of $45 for adults, $35 for Seniors and Students and $25 for kids. Ticket packages are pre-purchase only and can be ordered at

The next race of the 2017 season will be Saturday May 20th in Ukiah. Divisions featured will be Limited modifieds, Taco Bell Bombers, Legends, Jammers, Bandoleros and Midgets. Adults are $12, Senior / Students are $9 and Children 5-11 get in for $6. Save money and purchase a family pack that includes 2 adults and 3 kids for $30. Dollar for dollar it’s the best family friendly entertainment in Lake and Mendocino Counties.

Lakeport Highlights

May 4th, 2017

After two delayed races, the weather finally cooperated and the 2017 Ukiah and Lakeport Speedway racing season got under way. The first race of the 2017 season saw some exciting racing action at Lakeport Speedway Saturday April 29th. Classes featured were the Taco Bell Bombers, S&K Automotive Midgets, T&T Towing Jalopies, Jammers and Limited Modifieds.

In the Taco Bell Bomber Division, Ukiah’s Kevin Brackett was number one in the trophy dash in his number 1 Bomber. Rick Tommila from Upperlake drove the #28 to win the first Bomber heat of the night. In the second Bomber heat of the night, Raymond Tayor out of Laytonville drove his 2T to victory and then Taylor went on to rack up the points with a win the Bomber Main.

Being the only Jr Jammer in your division racing has its benefits. Though he races in the same races with the Pro Jammer division, Jr Jammer David Sanchez from Lakeport won both the heat and the main in the 07 Jammer by being the only driver of his division. Pro Jammers Elizabeth Ingals from Clearlake drove her number 62 Jammer to win the Trophy Dash while Ukiah driver Dave Rogers won both the Heat and Main events in his number 2 Pro Jammer.

In the first race of the Limited Modifieds, local Upper Lake driver Bradley Brackett won both the Trophy Dash and Heat Race in his number 40. AWhile Ian Elliott from Lakeport took the checkered flag in the Limited Modified Main event in the number 27.

The very popular T&T Towing Jalopies took the center of the track and Dennis Anderson from Willits drove his number 27 from through the mud and dirt to win both the Heat and Main events.

Special guests of the night were the S&K Automotive Midgets. 88 Driver Maria Cofer from Macdoel placed first in the Trophy Dash and Second Heat Race while Scott Pierovich from Lodi took the First Heat Race and Main Event in the 17K.

Lakeport Sprint Boat Grand Prix Gets Unanimous BOS Approval

May 1st, 2017

After much discussion and negotiations, the Lake County Board of Supervisors has approved the Lakeport Sprint Boat Grand Prix scheduled to take place adjacent to Library Park in Lakeport. The inaugural Speedboat Racing event around a tri oval course will be happening June 3 & 4.

Event Organizer Jack Long has spent considerable time making sure that the event meets the specifications of local Police, Fire, Water Boards, Supervisors and City Officials. Long states; “We have a great deal of community support and with the generous backing of our sponsors and the efforts of our staff, we are ready to put on an exciting, memorable show that the public will talk about for years to come.” Long goes on to explain,” With eight classes of race boats competing at speeds of up to 140 mph plus local boats, the crowds will come and this will be a great chance to give our local community an opportunity to shine.”

Long goes on to say “Vendors are welcomed to apply to serve food and sell their products. With the anticipated crowd coming from miles around to participate in the races and spectators expected to attend, this is a great opportunity for vendors and service organizations to make some serious money.” Vendor applications can be downloaded at the event’s website or by calling Vendor Coordinator, Mary Chadwick at 707.272.6514.

The racing would not be possible without the generous support of the sponsors. First and foremost, Twin Pine Casino has been the catalyst behind the event. Other partners that have stepped up have been Steele Wines, Ruzica Associates, Valley Oaks, Kelseyville Lumber, Eagle Distributing, Chacewater Winery and Olive Mill, Furia Construction and Lake County Fair.

The event will include boat racing, food, fun and music by the Fargo Brothers. Tickets to this 2-day boat racing extravaganza can be purchased by clicking on the ticket link at or at the gate. Discount tickets are available through May 1st.

Patience and perseverance has paid off with the approval of Sprint Boat Racing June 3rd and 4 th in Lakeport. The public is encouraged to enjoy this 2-day festival of boat racing, food and family fun in Library Park.

Press release: Mary Chadwick 707.272.6514 Interviews: Jack Long 707.494.8364