Northwest Pro4 Alliance
Last updated: 8/15/2014
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Northwest Pro4 Alliance recently became an inaugural member of NASCAR legend, Humpy Wheeler’s, biggest idea ever:  Amass 1,000+ grassroots racetracks in the U.S. and Canada into a marketing alliance which collectively, has greater attendance than the NFL, NHL, NBA and NASCAR – combined.
BOISE, ID (20 DEC 13) – The Northwest Pro4 Alliance is proud to announce it has become a member of Speedway Benefits, an alliance of, currently, more than 300 grassroots racetracks and sanctioning bodies across North America. 

Speedway Benefits offers member tracks the ability to pool resources, secure large brand sponsorships and leverage buying power.  Member tracks can also take advantage of complimentary consulting with Humpy Wheeler and other elite experts in the industry, allowing track owners and promoters access to unprecedented insight and advice to help their profitability and customer service.

“Speedway Benefits is by far a great idea, and many of us have talked about how to do it.  But now to see Humpy Wheeler step up and take the reigns successfully, is as simple as tracks and sanctioning bodies like us signing on the dotted line," said Bob Coply Marketing Director, Northwest Pro4 Alliance.

Speedway Benefits aligns grassroots motorsports’ 24,000 events, 30,000 employees and 600,000 competitors across multiple series and sanctions.  These racetracks host 50 million fans annually representing over $1 trillion in consumer spending equal to 6.5% of the U.S. GDP.  This demographic is highly attractive to national and global brands, some of which have already approached Speedway Benefits for vendor and sponsorship partnerships.  By taking advantage of this scale, the Northwest Pro4 Alliance, will be able to pass along savings and sponsorship dollars to their bottom line and provide a better experience for their fans at the track level.  

"After spending the last 50 years running short tracks, big ones and everything in between, my son Trip and I saw a tremendous opportunity to help the smaller tracks of the U.S. and Canada. Our goal is to bring major advertising dollars to them by pooling them together and then use those amassed numbers to buy the staples they all need. Now we can go to a major manufacturer and say we want to buy 250,000 gallons of paint instead of 250. When you put all those short tracks together, you have a force more powerful than the NFL.  The reason no one has done this before is that it takes a tremendous amount of investment to start this up, but we believe it will pay off for everybody in the end,” said Humpy Wheeler.

As the 2014 racing season for the Northwest Pro4 Alliance ramps up with a scheduled start date of May 24, 2014, the timing is perfect for grassroots racetracks to unite and deliver fans a memorable experience that will keep them coming back year after year, especially for the younger generation of fans and competitors.  

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For more information about Speedway Benefits, please visit, Facebook, Twitter (@SPDWYBenefits), LinkedIn, YouTube and Google+, or email
The Northwest Pro4 Alliance is a Four Cylinder Late Model Series that competes at tracks in Washington, Oregon and Idaho with fields reaching 30 cars. The best four cylinder stock car drivers in the west compete with the Northwest Pro4 Alliance because of the close competition, the association with top name sponsors and a professional staff. The Northwest Pro4 Alliance is the top run in the ladder when it comes to four cylinder motorsports.

Speedway Benefits is a marketing alliance consolidating the sponsorship negotiating rights and group buying power of the over 1,000 grassroots racetracks throughout the United States and Canada. The consolidated group represents approximately 50 million consumers and over $1 trillion in consumer spending. When consolidated, Speedway Benefits is the second largest sports property in the United States in attendance. Speedway Benefits also provides its member tracks consulting services. Located in Charlotte, NC, the company employs seven and is expected to grow to 50 full-time employees.
2014 Registration Information

Complete the Form below and return to Bob Copy to join us for the 2014 season!
For a printable PDF version, click below.

From your Race Director...

Hello NW Pro4 Alliance drivers, crew, fans and NW Pro4 Alliance Officials. The 2014 race season is approaching. After the 4 Cylinder Stock Car Summit, Bob Coply approached me and asked me if I would be interested in being the 2014 NW Pro4 Alliance Race Director. I gladly accepted the position. I want to thank Bob for this opportunity. Here is a little about me. I have been officiating high school Varsity football and basketball for nearly 20 years.(So dealing with drivers and crew will be mild compared to dealing with unruly parents and student athletes). I was the race announcer at Ephrata Raceway Park for 2 years. I was the Race Director at Ephrata Raceway Park for nearly 3 years. Most of you know I was the Race Coordinator for the Alliance last year. I am fare and reasonable person. (most of the time according to my wife) I ask that drivers and crew treat me with respect and in turn I will do the same to you. I am looking forward to working with all drivers, crew and the other NW Pro4 Alliance officials. Lets have a great 2014 race season. Remember the racing action is for the FANS IN THE STANDS. So I know you will put on a great show for them.
See you all at Magic Valley Speedway.
Feel free to contact me @ or 509-750-3101
Mike Hunter
NW Pro4 Alliance Race Director
CURRENT Point Standings

1.   #16 Rick Thompson ... 331
2.   #07 Toby Becker ... ... .321
3.   #77  Eddie Secord ... .310
4.   #03  Steve Thompson .302
5.   #33  Ken Chandler ... ..299
6.   #65  Eric Kaas ... ... ... .296
7.   #59  Alex Peck ... ... ... 277
8.   #34  Brenden Fries ... .261
9.   #22  James Hayes ... ..253
     #5     Steve Catlow ... ..253
11. #32  Jeff Raver ... ... ... 230
12. #58  Joe Barton ... ... ..213
13. #19  Kayla Pittman ... .193
14. #99  CJ Hawley ... ... ...175
15. #9    Bill McAdams ... ..103
16. #11  Bud Rumsey ... ... ..97
17. #54  Donavan Parker ...88
#29 Max Schroeder ... .88
19. #27  Dave Fine ... ... ... ..87
      #6     Rob Taylor ... ... ... 87
21.  #18  Scott Raver ... ... ...83
22. #00H Larry Hull ... ... ... ..81
23. #71 Brian Cole ... ... ... ..80
24. #79  Ryan Bailey ... ... ...76
#2  Johnny Rumsey ... ..76
26. #53 Tom Pinkowski ... ..74

Pyrotect Rookie of the Year Standings

1.   #34  Brenden Fries ... .299
2.   #22  James Hayes ... ..294
3.   #5    Steve Catlow ... ...288
The Northwest Pro4 Alliance would like to send a congratulatory shoutout to two fine young men and drivers who graduated from High School this year. Drivers of the #07, Toby Becker and the #99, CJ Hawley! Way to go guys!
Too Quick German Auto Service Presents
The DL Henricksen 100


Join us for our biggest race of the season. One hundred laps of side by side racing, showcasing the fastest 4 cylinder late models in the west from the FSCRA Super4 and NW Pro4 Alliance. This years rookie battle is one of the best we have ever seen. Veterans Grosvenor, Pinkowski, Pittman, and many more make this an event not to be missed.

Be sure to bring donations for our Food Drive benefitting ROOT food bank of Rochester, Wa.
When we race local food banks win!

We would like to thank our other Major sponsors. Without them our dreams would not be possible.
   The Pie Goddess
NW Connecting Rod

The NAPA 75 Results
July 19th Hermiston Super Oval

Ken Chandler finally gets a Northwest Pro4 Alliance Win!
The #33 has competed in Alliance events since its inception in 2007. His dedication to success in the series finally paid off for this multi-time Meridian Speedway Champion as he claimed victory in the NAPA 75 at Hermiston Super Oval!