Brody Montgomery and Dylan Siewell swept their divisions at Coos Bay Speedway on Saturday night during racing on the speedway’s oval dirt track.
Montgomery increased his track lead in the Super Late Models division by winning the 25-lap main event, 10-lap heat race and five-lap trophy dash. Richard Wallace was second in the heat race and Kristy Grout was second in both the trophy dash and main event.
In the Sportsman Late Model class, Siewell swept the races, beating Tom Williams to the finish line in each. Wayne Butler was third and Charlie Withers fourth in the main event.
The best race of the night came in the Street Stock division, where Ken Fox edged David Smith by inches in the main event. Fox also won the heat race and Smith won the trophy dash.
Sam Talon picked up his sixth main event win in the Mini Outlaw class and also won the heat race, but John Henry denied him a sweep by winning the trophy dash. Tom Siewell was second, Henry third and Carl Johnson fourth in the main event.
In what has become the most competitive class, rookie Tyler Tullos took over the lead in the Hornet division with his first main event win, becoming the fifth different winner this year. He held off trophy dash winner Hannah Robison for the title, with David Pellum third, followed by Chuck Peck, Leroy Rockwell, Sam Taylor, Andy Austin, Matt Breiter and Chris Parker. Tullos also won the heat race.
The dirt track now takes a break until June 23, when Ladies Night will feature a full program.
This weekend, the speedway hosts drag races on the drag strip, including midnight street drags on Friday from 8 p.m. to midnight and NHRA drags on Saturday and Sunday — all weather-permitting.
If the rain holds off, the gates open at 6 p.m. on Friday and 8 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Racing and test and tune will start at 8 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. Saturday. Admission is $20 for drivers and $5 for spectators Friday and $35 for drivers and $12 for fans Saturday and Sunday.
The Malicious Monster Truck Tour comes to town on June 15 and 16. The gates open at 4 p.m. each day, with the show starting at 7 p.m. A pit party starts at 5:30 p.m. each night, when fans can get close to the various monster vehicles.
Local drivers can take part in a tuff trucks competition each night.
Admission each day will be $20 for adults and $18 for senior citizens and military.
Children ages 7 to 11 get in for $8 on Friday and $12 on Saturday. Children 6 and under get in for $5 on Friday and $8 on Saturday.