Rob McCusition 1957-2011 Rob opened the Raceway in October 2009 and with the help of a dedicated staff of volunteers built it into what it is today. Sadly Rob died in a single car accident on February 24th 2011. Robs influence and passion for the hobby remains with us always. Rob was a great friend, a fierce competitor and great inspiration to all that were lucky enough to know him. We are all grateful for the time we were able to spend with our dear friend.
Jeff Sweeney The one word that describes Jeff the best is Focused. He is the go-to guy when something needs to be done. He takes care of track preparation and delights in the opportunity to put on a demonstration for a customer with one of his finely tuned race cars from his stable of many. Jeff races in all forms of the sport, Scale, Drag and occasionally we get him to race in our Wing program.
Jim Radford Jim’s introduction to slot car racing came during his teenage years at Speedway & Hobby Too in Kent Washington. This is also where he first met Rob McCuistion. Jim is the primary race director for our race programs. Jim occasionally races in the wing and scale programs but wing car racing is his passion. He enjoys building and it was once said that to truly appreciate his cars you had to turn them over. Jim enjoys computer programming, scuba diving and slot cars
Diane is involved primarily in the financial aspects of the raceway
in addition to her participation in the kids racing program. She is an
adventurer, mom and always has useful insight into ideas and challenges
facing the raceway. She is also tries to get carrots and health food
stocked in the vending machines.
Nathan Serdahl Nate started working at the Raceway in 2017, primarily processing online orders for customers but occasionally running the shop. Nate has also taken over as lead janitor, the title once held by Jeff Sweeney