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Reply Caroline Goetz Purser
6:06 AM on April 8, 2016 
my father got into racing after his father and Uncle & cousin raced cars during the 1960's. Dad started the late 60's and early 70's. My grandfather was my dad's mechanic and Pit Crew main man among Family members and friends whom also helped with the car during racing season. Sadly, My dad passed away January 8th, 2011 at the age of 60 after he got home from work and turned on the Seahawks game, from a heart attack. My father raced with With Tucker during the 80's. and retiring about 1987 or 1988. My dad was Fred Goetz # 54 Super Stock Class. He raced with the Fox's & Bought last name Tucker's Car about the last 1 or 2 season's he raced but I believe he raced in Skagit before retiring from racing. This was the last race car he had out of about 6 total from the time he started racing at Silverdale Raceway in Silverdale, WA. I have great memories of getting up on Saturday and Going to the Races with my parents and younger brother and grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and friends. He raced at other raceway's in Washington state like Skagit, Tenino, Port Angeles, but I think he raced most season's at this Speedway. My father was a pretty good racer. He kissed a lot of trophey girls, but he had some close calls as well as when He hit and drove on your wall, He crashed into another car, driving over the other car and got stuck to another race car and early in his racing career he rolled over. I still dust his trophies, and have for years. I have great memories of going in the pit after the races were over. My brother and I were awesome, cause we had a dad with a race car and everyone wanted to talk to us about it. We also would get to sit in race cars cause our dad was the cool race car driver. It was a lot of fun. I am glad to see that the track has a hall of fame. The happiest I ever saw my dad was out on the race track. He loved speed and him and my grandpa even built two cars from a frame. After he retired racing he started going to the Nascar Races and was a huge fan. at This speedway We always ate lots of food and loved the Fair. It was a long trip home so some times we would stop at Denny's on the way home and everyone always loved talking to my dad about his car. My funniest memory of racing was when they made the rule that they had to wear the fireproof shoes. My dad was so mad about the cost of his shoes. He never complained about any of the costs involved with his cars, but having to pay over $100.00 for his shoes made him mad. My dad loved Racing. Caroline Goetz Purser, Port Orchard, WA (Daughter) Memory of Fred Goetz #54 Super Stock Class
Reply Caroline Goetz Purser
6:06 AM on April 8, 2016 
my father got into racing after his father and Uncle & cousin raced cars during the 1960's. Dad started the late 60's and early 70's. My grandfather was my dad's mechanic and Pit Crew main man among Family members and friends whom also helped with the car during racing season. Sadly, My dad passed away January 8th, 2011 at the age of 60 after he got home from work and turned on the Seahawks game, from a heart attack. My father raced with With Tucker during the 80's. and retiring about 1987 or 1988. My dad was Fred Goetz # 54 Super Stock Class. He raced with the Fox's & Bought last name Tucker's Car about the last 1 or 2 season's he raced but I believe he raced in Skagit before retiring from racing. This was the last race car he had out of about 6 total from the time he started racing at Silverdale Raceway in Silverdale, WA. I have great memories of getting up on Saturday and Going to the Races with my parents and younger brother and grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and friends. He raced at other raceway's in Washington state like Skagit, Tenino, Port Angeles, but I think he raced most season's at this Speedway. My father was a pretty good racer. He kissed a lot of trophey girls, but he had some close calls as well as when He hit and drove on your wall, He crashed into another car, driving over the other car and got stuck to another race car and early in his racing career he rolled over. I still dust his trophies, and have for years. I have great memories of going in the pit after the races were over. My brother and I were awesome, cause we had a dad with a race car and everyone wanted to talk to us about it. We also would get to sit in race cars cause our dad was the cool race car driver. It was a lot of fun. I am glad to see that the track has a hall of fame. The happiest I ever saw my dad was out on the race track. He loved speed and him and my grandpa even built two cars from a frame. After he retired racing he started going to the Nascar Races and was a huge fan. at This speedway We always ate lots of food and loved the Fair. It was a long trip home so some times we would stop at Denny's on the way home and everyone always loved talking to my dad about his car. My funniest memory of racing was when they made the rule that they had to wear the fireproof shoes. My dad was so mad about the cost of his shoes. He never complained about any of the costs involved with his cars, but having to pay over $100.00 for his shoes made him mad. My dad loved Racing. Caroline Goetz Purser, Port Orchard, WA (Daughter) Memory of Fred Goetz #54 Super Stock Class
Reply PETER ISAACSON
5:23 PM on March 24, 2015 
GREAT WEBSITE! I HAD FOND MEMORIES WATCHING RACES IN ELMA WITH MY DAD AND BEST FRIEND.

REMEMBER THE GREAT BURGERS, GEORGE WIXSON AND HOW IT COULD BE SO WARM IN ELMA AND FOGGY
IN ABERDEEN

PETER ISAACSON LONGVIEW,WA
Reply Dianne Lielke
6:14 AM on July 27, 2012 
My dad is Rollie Lielke.....#83!
Reply Dianne Lielke
6:12 AM on July 27, 2012 
I wanted to pass along the sad message to all my dads "racing buddies", that he passed away on May 18th.
If any of you would like to pass along any memories or stories, we (my three sisters and I) would love to have them.
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