AUDIO/FEATURE: Tomkins Riding Momentum To Super DIRT Week At Oswego

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Gary Tomkins is riding the momentum of wins at Weedsport and Rolling Wheels to Super DIRT Week. (Jeremiah Fish photo)

Gary Tomkins is riding the momentum of wins at Weedsport and Rolling Wheels to Super DIRT Week. (Jeremiah Fish photo)

HORSEHEADS, N.Y. — Gary Tomkins is one driver that fans attending NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week, and watching from afar, should keep their eyes upon next weekend at Oswego Speedway.

If you’re a betting person that likes to place bets on the ‘hot hand’, Tomkins is your guy. He’s is riding momentum from a recent victory at Weedsport Speedway with the Super DIRTcar Series, as well as a $10,000 win this past Sunday at Rolling Wheels in Elbridge, N.Y.

The fact that this year’s running of Super DIRT Week is at a track that none of the competitors have ever raced on as a dirt track provides a huge opportunity for many drivers to hit big against the powerhouse teams on the series. The wide open field could see one driver hit the hot setup and ride that setup to a $50,000 victory in the 300-lapper coming up next Sunday at the ‘Steel Palace.’

Tomkins joined Steven Ovens and Tom Baker on Turn 5 Live this past Tuesday to talk about his team’s chances at Super DIRT Week, as well as just how big the win this past Sunday was as he prepares for next week’s crown jewel event in Oswego.

 

Listen in to Turn 5 Live’s full interview with Gary Tomkins by clicking below:

 

About the Writer

steveSteven Ovens is the Northeast Dirt Correspondent for Race Chaser Online and the creator and host of the Turn 5 Live dirt track racing radio show, airing at 7:30 p.m. Eastern every Tuesday on the Performance Motorsports Network.

Ovens has spent his lifetime in the sport of dirt track racing, growing up in the garages of the Kerrick and Ovens families. He spent 11 years behind the wheel between go-karts and 4 Cylinder Mini Stocks which brings a unique perspective to his dirt track editorials.

The 29-year-old has a career in the growing health care business world, and is also serving as the full-time announcer and PR Director for both Outlaw Speedway (formerly Black Rock Speedway) in Dundee, N.Y. and Woodhull Raceway in Woodhull, N.Y.

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