Western Speedway winners chalk up season points

Liberatore, Hallgarth and Young take checkered flags in feature mains in Langford

Joe Liberatore, Don Hallgarth and Brandon Young captured Saturday’s main events at Western Speedway.

In the 15-lap main for demo cars and trucks, Liberatore beat out trucker Billy Stidson, car driver George Haywood and truck man Kenny Baker, in order. Liberatore also won a pair of trophy dashes.

Hallgarth almost managed a clean sweep, taking the bomber  car feature ahead of Tristan Gait, Cody Sadler and Brian Baltis, respectively, as well as trophy dash and second heat race wins.

In the mini figure eight class, Young finished first in the main ahead of Trevor Cannon, Kyle Ridley and Rhett Szevics.

This weekend sees Hall of Fame night Saturday (May 16), with stock cars, mini stocks, bombers, Old-Time Racers and a super motocross bike exhibition. Racing starts at 6:30 p.m.

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