In a surprising offseason announcement among the New York pavement racing community, Shangri-La 2 Motor Speedway owner and promoter George Swansbrough is ready to bring racing back to the Owego area.
The Haynes family, supporters of the Oswego Speedway Pathfinder Bank SBS division for more than a decade, has made plans to re-energize their family-owned operation and presence in the division with a driver swap, of sorts, ahead of the upcoming season.
Brampton, Ontario’s Dave McKnight has been as busy as any supermodified driver in the country over the past four years.
Scott Kreutter of Buffalo, N.Y., won his first career Indoor Auto Racing Series Fueled By VP Racing Three Quarter (TQ) Midget feature Saturday night inside Allentown’s PPL Center Arena in front of a good crowd. The versatile driver, who does most of his outdoor racing on dirt in Central New York behind the wheel of a 360 Sprint Car, took the lead from his outside front row starting spot on the initial start of the 40-lap main event, then held off a variety of challengers including Friday night winner Justin Bonsignore, past Series champions Erick Rudolph and Ryan Flores and Ryan Preece. Rudolph passed Bonsignore for second with two laps to go in the race. Bonsignore held for third ahead of Matt Roselli, and Jon Reid.
Williams Grove Speedway has released a 33-race schedule of events, all of which include the Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint car division.
After a successful debut this past September, the Lighthouse Lanes Small Block Supermodified Touring Series will return to action in Central New York for 2018, under continued leadership from series president and founder Mike Bruce, as well as promoter and media director Camden Proud.
Erick Rudolph’s standard-setting winning ways on the Indoor Auto Racing Series fueled by VP Racing are a matter of fact.
All dirt roads lead to Charlotte for the Textron Off Road World Finals, but the road to the championship is very muddy for the Super DIRTcar Series.
Fans attending NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week could potentially be setting up for the Matt Sheppard Show this weekend. Sheppard has a fire lit under him this season at Super DIRT Week, as he continues his comeback charge for the Super DIRTcar Series point lead.
Race fans at Super DIRT Week have been treated to one of the best racing surfaces in the history of the storied event. The week-long event is in it’s second year at Oswego Speedway and track crews have been working hard to turn things around on the surface that destroyed many race cars in 2016.
‘Super Matt’ Sheppard is continuing to keep his quest for a sixth Super DIRTcar Series championship crown alive and well, and proved Thursday at Oswego Speedway that he remains the master of NAPA Super DIRT Week time trials.
Greg Hodnett’s eventful Thursday evening was capped off in style, as he led all 30 laps to score the $20,000 Summer Nationals make-up feature from July.