SBS: Ray Sand Jr. Reloading With New Ride for 2016 Small Block Super Run at Oswego

RaceChaser Staff Northeast, Supermodifieds 0 Comments

OSWEGO, N.Y. – official track release — Sand Racing photo —

Ray Sand Jr., the son of longtime Oswego Supermodified contender Ray Sand Sr., is reloading for another shot at the Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super division in 2016 at Oswego Speedway.

Sand, who finished 26th in last year’s SBS standings after running a part-time schedule, is working hard this off-season after acquiring a former Russ Brown Hedger chassis which will be fit with an all-new engine for the upcoming season.

An accomplished open-wheel micro sprint racer, Sand competed in only a handful of events in 2015 at Oswego with a best finish of 16th position, but it was not for a lack of effort.

Along with primary sponsor Tandoi Asphalt and Seal Coating, as well as associate sponsors The Tint Shop, Ken’s Auto Repair, Guglielmos Sauce, and RPM Auto Enterprises, Sand and team have committed to another go at the ‘Steel Palace’ and will be primed and ready to leave their mark at Oswego in 2016.

The 66th season of racing at Oswego Speedway will begin on Saturday, May 14 with the Novelis Supermodifieds, Pathfinder Bank SBS, as well as the Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Richie Evans Memorial 61.

CREDIT: Oswego Speedway

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