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RIVER POWERSPORTS PRESENTS KIDSRACE CANADIAN NATIONAL AUTISM FOUNDATION NIGHT
THIS FRIDAY, AUGUST 22
Ohsweken, Ontario - August 19, 2014 - Ohsweken Speedway's 19th season of racing
continues this Friday, August 22, when Grand River Powersports presents KidsRace
Canadian National Autism Foundation night featuring Corr/Pak Merchandising 360
Sprint Cars, Strickland's GMC Crate Sprint Cars, Affordable Towing & Recovery
Thunder Stocks, HRW Automotive Mini Stocks, and Gale's Auto Aftermarket Bombers,
plus TUSA Canada West Mod Lites.
KIDSRACE CANADIAN NATIONAL AUTISM FOUNDATION NIGHT
The Canadian National Autism Foundation promotes the positive enhancement and
quality of life for people with autism in Canada. The CNAF was formed to provide
funding for educating the general public and professionals, providing
information and resources to families of children with autism, providing funding
for Canadian-based research and development, and promoting national autism
Ohsweken Speedway is honoured to host the Canadian National Autism Foundation
for the 4th annual benefit race night for autism at the track. Please visit
to learn more about the Canadian National Autism Foundation, and find out how
you can help.
CORR/PAK MERCHANDISING 360 SPRINT CARS
Glenn Styres opened his lead over Mitch Brown to 42 points in the 360 Sprint Car
championship standings with a 2nd place finish last Friday night. Brown and
defending champ Jim Huppunen have emerged as Styres' main competitors for the
2014 title, which has 3 races left on the schedule. Huppunen is 9 points behind
Brown and sits 3rd in the standings, followed by Shane Ross, Todd Hoddick, Dave
Dykstra, Keith Dempster, Jamie Turner, Jeremy Hughes, and Kyle Patrick. Cory
Turner is the leading Rookie of the Year candidate, and sits 11th in the overall
HOUSEHOLDER: Eastern Museum of Motor Racing puts on fine show
The Eastern Museum of Motor Racing's
40th annual convention was very successful last weekend.
In addition to having plenty of restored
vintage racers at the Latimore Valley Fairgrounds and plenty of activities there
as well, the group was well represented in its appearances at Williams Grove and
Lincoln during those track's racing programs.
At Williams Grove, the EMMR really
outdid itself with two of the cars on hand. This year's convention celebrated
the 75th anniversaries of both Williams Grove Speedway and the ARDC Midget
The EMMR displayed the "twin" of the car
in which Tommy Hinnershitz drove to victory in the Grove's very first feature 75
years ago. They also had a midget on display that raced in the very first ARDC
Midget feature 75 years ago.
Wrightsville's Brett Adamson unveiled
his restoration project — the Trevis Craft sprint car that his father Bobbie
Adamson drove for Al Hamilton in 1970. It was a beautiful restoration job on the
actual car for sure.
Bobbie Adamson came up from his
retirement home in Florida to be a part of the weekend. Adamson recalled that
the car on display won in its very first race, which, by the way, was at
Another car that made its debut over the
weekend was a re-creation of the Bobby Hersh-driven Trone No. 39 "bug" that was
one of the first really "cut-down" racers in the area. The car was built off the
blueprints of the original car, which was destroyed in a crash many years ago.
Wagner Weekend: The racing Wagner
family had a quite a night on Saturday.
Mike Wagner, the current point leader at
Port Royal, drove to his first win of the season there. For much of the race he
had to fend off challenges from his younger son, Logan Wagner. Eventually Greg
Hodnett moved to second, but the Wagners finished first and third at the Port.
Meanwhile, down the road at Susquehanna,
older son Mike II was racing to a second-place finish in the 305 sprint feature
Stellar front row: The front row
for the second Twin 20 race at Williams Grove on Friday represented 141 feature
wins and 10 track championships at the historic oval.
Between them, Donnie Kreitz Jr. and
Lance Dewease have racked up those impressive numbers. The weird part is that
neither driver won the feature. Greg Hodnett, 58 wins and two track titles,
passed both of them.
Midgets: The ARDC Midget racers
gave a great accounting of themselves over their 75th anniversary weekend at the
Grove and Lincoln.
After an opening-lap crash, the ARDC
feature at the Grove went non-stop for its entire 20-lap distance in a time of 7
minutes, 16.240 seconds. Driver Alex Bright outgunned the field to win by more
than 11 seconds.
Saturday at Lincoln, there was just one
yellow flag in ARDC's 25-lap feature, but that caution flag made quite a
difference in the outcome.
Bright used a three-wide move
entering the turn on the restart of the 20th lap to move from third to first and
score the win over ARDC standout Steve Buckwalter.
Freddie's close: After 27 years
of reporting on Fred Rahmer's wins, it seems strange not to report a Rahmer win
It almost happened on Saturday night.
Fred Rahmer retired at the end of last season, but his two teenaged sons started
racing 410 sprint cars this year.
Both Freddie and Brandon Rahmer have
recorded top-10 finishes this season. On Saturday, Freddie led much of the
feature, only to lose the lead near the end while in lapped traffic. Danny
Dietrich won the race. The lapped car that slowed Freddie's pace was driven by
Four generations of winners:
Friday evening at Susquehanna's "Outback Track," Jude Siegel raced to his first
career win in the Quarter Midget feature. Jude is the young son of sprint-car
racer Jim Siegel and he marks the fourth generation of the Siegel family to
score a feature win.
Of course his father, Jimmy, is a
two-time winner this season at Lincoln and has won 15 sprint-car features in his
Grandfather Steve Siegel won 50 times in
sprint-car competition and has track titles at Lincoln and Susquehanna.
What many folks don't know, or perhaps
forget, is that Steve's father Jim was a state champion sprint-car driver in
their native Texas. The first Jim Siegel only ventured to this area once very
late in his career. He drove a few local races for another transplanted Texan
named Van May, who claimed that Jim Siegel was his idol as a child.
Racing action: The Jersey Rush is
lined up for Tuesday at the New Egypt Speedway.
Sprint cars and modifieds are on the
slate, with $5,000 to win for the sprints.
Williams Grove hosts Kids' Night Friday
when the sprint cars are joined by the make-up of the Rislone Nationals for the
URC 360 sprints. The Saturday Night Series of super sportsmen, limited-late
models and street-stock racing has its last regular show of the season Saturday
at the Grove.
Trailway starts the Lincoln/Trailway
Shootout for the 358 sprints on Friday evening. The limited-late models, limited
stocks and 600cc micro sprints are also on the program.
The two-race series wraps up Saturday at
Lincoln, where the 358 sprints join the sprints and All-American Outlaws.
Port Royal's Night of Wings on Saturday
has a slightly altered format. The 410 sprints will race in Twin 25 lap
features, with the 305 sprints also on the program. The URC sprint portion of
the program has been dropped.
Selinsgrove has the 358/360 sprints, pro
stocks and roadrunners on Saturday, plus the World of Outlaws tune-up for the
late models. The WoO late models will be at Selinsgrove over Labor Day weekend.
Hagerstown has the late models on
Saturday, plus Small Car Nationals qualifiers for the late-model sportsmen, pure
stocks, hobby stocks and mini stocks.
1980: This weekend in 1980 kicked
off with Kramer Williamson driving the Harry Kuhn No. 21 to the feature win on
Friday at Williams Grove.
It was Williamson's fourth win of the
On Saturday, Hanover's Van May drove
Weldon Sterner's No. 69 to his ninth win of the season in action at Lincoln,
while Dover's Smokey Snellbaker parked the Lloyd No. 56 in victory lane at Port
Royal for his 10th win of the season.
At Susquehanna on Sunday, it was
Manchester's Ed Zirkle in victory lane at Susquehanna. The win was EZ's third of
Hanover's Bobby Allen scored an All-Star
win Saturday night for his fourth win of the season.
— Reach Bryan Householder at email@example.com.
Ward Honored, Wight Wins First on Night of
Tribute for the Empire Super Sprints
By MIKE MALLETT
- It was a difficult night for the members of
the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints family as
they returned to action for the first time since
tragedy struck the organization one week ago. A
sea of orange greeted the drivers as everyone
paid tribute to the late Kevin Ward Jr., at the
Larry Wight was
victorious in the 25-lap affair on a track Ward
would have been happy to race on; heavy, with
lots of bite, just like he liked it. For Wight,
it was his first ever victory in a sprint car
and it came as part of the SUNY Canton Series
and E &V Energy Tour of the States.
especially at our home track,” said Wight. “We
knew eventually we’d get the setup just right
and we’d be able to run around here. This is
huge, especially tonight with Kevin. I
dedicated this race to run around the top just
like he would, right on the cushion. I’ve seen
him do it 100 times I figured why not try it.”
The feature got
off to a rough start as red was displayed before
a single lap could be completed as Steve
Hutchinson Jr., got upside in the first turn
collecting Jeff Cook. Both drivers were
On the next
attempt Parker Evans got the lead from his pole
starting position and kept the pace up early
maintaining the lead as Jason Barney worked from
fourth into second as they reached traffic on
lap four. Before another lap could be completed
caution was necessary as Etienne Girard clipped
a tire on the bottom of the track and broke the
frontend on his No. 422.
Jason Barney got
the jump on Evans at the green and took the lead
with a new challenger moving into second in
Wight. Wight had worked his way forward from the
inside of the fifth row to take over the
runner-up position. Barney led lap five before
Wight nipped him at the line for the lead on lap
six. One lap later, Barney regained the lead
and pulled away.
By halfway Barney
caught traffic with Wight in tow. The pair
raced one another while navigating through the
slower cars at the backside of the field. It
remained Barney and Wight out in front as the
laps clicked off.
Another red flag
was necessary on lap 19 as Joe Trenca got into
another car causing his frontend to break. This
sent him up the track into the path of Bryan
Howland who made contact with Trenca’s car
causing them both to flip in turn. They were
also uninjured in the accident.
With the green
flag coming back out, Barney and Wight resumed
their battle at the front of the field. Barney
stayed on the bottom while Wight drove his No.
99L up above the cushion. Wight powered by
Barney and led at the line by a nose as they
completed lap 20. Before another lap could be
run, Daryl Ruggles became the final car to get
on his lid. He flipped in turn one. He climbed
“It is hard to
pass if you hooked up to him like a train so we
decided to go where no one else was,” commented
Wight. “Above the cushion was a little bit
smoother than trying to slide up to it. We had
the car set up to it.”
with Wight as the leader. He held off Barney on
the restart and then drove away, staying above
the cushion, to record his first ever win with
the traveling stars of the Empire Super Sprints.
Barney, of Brewerton,
N.Y., finished in the runner-up position.
Afterwards he wasn’t upset to finish second, he
was just happy to honor his fallen friend.
“It would have got
a little better for me but it’s okay second is
okay, it didn’t matter who won it was about
Kevin, he won this race tonight,” said Barney.
“It didn’t matter whose car was out front. I’m
just happy to be down here. We had a great race
car and unfortunately lost a brake line before
that last restart, but it didn’t matter. Second
doesn’t matter, third doesn’t matter, I’m just
happy everyone showed Kevin support tonight.”
Owego, N.Y., driver
Evans completed the podium with his best ever
finish as well. Evans used a power move to get
by Steve Poirier late in the race to take back a
spot in the top three.
“We came up a
little short tonight but we are in good
company,” stated Evans. “Those two guys are
hell of a good drivers. I should have went to
the outside sooner. This is my first time
here. The track is awful tacky and I’m not
really used to that. It took us a little bit to
get used to it and figure out how to drive it.
Hopefully next time we come back we’ll have
something for them.”
Poirier finished in the fourth spot, maintaining
his point lead, while Tommy Wickham, of
Constantia, N.Y., rounded out the top five in
A field of
24 sprints made up the pit log despite
threatening weather…Fans and race teams alike
came out in droves wearing orange in support of
the Ward family…Even with the trying week, the
Ward’s did attend over 20 members strong and
visited teams in the pits during the night…next
week it’s up to Quebec to Autodrome Granby and
Le RPM Speedway for two $2,000 to win, $500 to
Lucas Oil A-Main –
Larry Wight ($1,525),
Jason Barney, Parker
Evans, Steve Poirier, Tommy Wickham, Paul
Kinney, Steve Glover, Mike Stelter, Tim Axton,
Dave Axton, James Hanson, Sammy Reakes IV,
Darryl Ruggles, Joe Trenca, Bryan Howland,
Patrick Vigneault, Stewart Friesen, Matt Tanner,
Danny Varin, Etenne Girard, Jeff Cook, Steve
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Lap Leaders –
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Performance Hard Charger – T. Axton (9 pos.) $50
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More than 520 people have died in U.S. auto racing
in past 25 years
By Gary Schwab, Ames Alexander and David Scott
Two of every three deaths in U.S. auto racing over the past three years
occurred at short tracks, which have been slow to embrace changes that are
saving lives in racing’s major leagues.
The most recent tragedy happened last weekend in New York when auto racing star
Tony Stewart hit and killed 20-year-old sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr., who
was standing on the track and pointing toward Stewart’s car coming toward him
while the race was under caution. The two had just tangled in a turn seconds
earlier, sending Ward’s car into a wall.
Ward became one of more than 520 people across America who have died in auto
racing in the past 25 years, an Observer study shows.
His death prompted NASCAR to adopt a new rule Friday prohibiting its drivers
from leaving their cars and walking onto the track to confront other drivers
after accidents. That’s the way most safety changes happen in auto racing,
spurred by tragedy.
NASCAR has not had a death at any of its top levels since investing millions of
dollars in safety after Dale Earnardt’s death on national television at the
Daytona 500 in 2001. The effort produced mandatory head-and-neck restraints,
crash-absorbing walls at NASCAR’s top series tracks, and a new, safer car.
Most short-track owners have not mandated head-and-neck restraints or other
safety features to cars. Much like NASCAR’s reaction to Earnhardt’s death, the
smaller venues have responded to individual tragedies. But unlike NASCAR, short
tracks haven’t made sweeping safety changes.
“Short track racing is usually mayhem, hopefully controlled,” said H.A. “Humpy”
Wheeler, former longtime president of Charlotte Motor Speedway. “That’s what
people want. It’s like ice hockey with cars.”
Of at least 523 racing deaths since 1990, 53 percent have been at short tracks.
That has climbed in the past three years to about 70 percent. Short tracks are
also where most U.S. racing takes place.
Twenty-two percent of the deaths in the past 25 years were at drag strips.
The number of racing deaths annually appears to have dropped in recent years
from an average of more than 20 to about 15 over the past five full years. There
were at least 40 deaths in 2001 alone when the Observer began its study.
No one in racing keeps track of how many people die, so it’s possible that the
Observer’s count doesn’t include all fatalities.
Saturday night short-track racing goes back more than 50 years to the sport’s
roots in the South. Unlike the sprawling superspeedways where NASCAR’s top
drivers now compete, short track races typically feature up to 24 drivers who
jostle for position on oval tracks less than a half-mile around. Cars can travel
at treacherous speeds of up to 130 mph. Fans often stand just feet away.
Drivers at short tracks generally prefer to spend money on tires and parts to
make their cars go faster, rather than safety equipment that could keep them
Randy LaJoie, a former NASCAR driver whose company builds seats for drivers,
runs a nonprofit called the Safer Racer Tour – a project that has sent him to
more than 100 tracks, offering safety tips. It’s a message, he says, that some
drivers don’t want to hear.
“I’ve almost gotten into fights telling people they’re not safe,” LaJoie said.
For years, when someone died in racing it was often called a freak accident – an
unusual set of circumstances that no one could have foreseen. But a 2001
Observer investigation, “Death at the Track,” revealed dangerous patterns from
the top levels of racing on down. Detecting those patterns, the report
concluded, could save lives.
One of the major breakthroughs since Earnhardt’s death, caused by injuries to
his head after his car slammed into a wall, has been the increased use of the
head and neck restraints by drivers. They’re designed to stop the racer’s head
from whipping forward in a crash. That reduces the likelihood of head and neck
injuries that can kill drivers.
Since Earnhardt’s death, many top divisions including NASCAR have mandated the
restraints. But at most short tracks, restraints are still only a
Dr. Steve Olvey, a leading motorsports safety expert and an associate professor
in the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Miami, said that
he had expected smaller tracks to learn from safety advances.
“Unfortunately, for whatever reason, these lower series have not adopted these
things that have been shown to be beneficial in the major series,” Olvey said.
Chuck Davies, CEO of Simpson Performance Products, the Mooresville company that
manufactures the HANS device, estimates that only a third of race car drivers
use such head and neck restraints.
“A lot of people rationalize, ‘I don’t go that fast.’ You don’t have to go that
fast,” he said. “If you hit something at 40 miles per hour and you have an
average neck, it can break your neck.”
Davies said the cost of the HANS device has dropped from $1,500 to as low as
“Most racers don’t use a safety product unless it’s required,” Davies said.
“People had to be required to wear seat belts before they started wearing seat
Dead on the track
Sixty-three-year-old race car driver David Richardson bought a head and neck
restraint. But when he tried it on, he quickly decided it wasn’t for him.
“He said, ‘I can’t do this. It’s too restrictive. I can’t move,’ ” said Steve
Rose, a longtime friend and business partner.
About six years ago, Richardson tried his hand racing dwarf cars, replicas of
vintage race cars from the 1920s, ’30s and ’40s – and was instantly hooked.
He had a love affair with “anything fast and scary,” said Rose, who helped
Richardson run a truck and trailer repair company in Truckee, Calif. Richardson
didn’t win many races, but he liked to push himself, and he held his own against
much younger drivers.
The head-and-neck restraint was sitting in the back of Richardson’s truck on May
25, 2013, as he headed into the last lap of a race at Reno Fernley Raceway in
western Nevada. That’s when another car plowed into Richardson’s at about 90
miles per hour at the end of a multicar crash, fracturing his neck in two
places. Richardson and the driver who had hit him, Leroy Kay, were pronounced
dead on the track.
Whether the HANS device would have saved Richardson is unclear. But his widow,
Kari, reportedly thinks it might have.
“I can’t help but think that the HANS could have saved his life,” she told
A costly expense
The Observer’s 2001 investigation showed that track fences and barriers
regularly fail to protect fans. But at many short tracks, the lessons of
previous tragedies don’t sink in until one of their own spectators dies.
Since 1990, at least 47 spectators have died, including 28 at short tracks.
Many NASCAR tracks raised and fortified their fences. But many short-track
owners stayed with fences that have little chance against an out-of-control car.
Wheeler, now chairman of Speedway Benefits, an alliance of short tracks, said he
pushes owners to make sure they have adequate fences on top of the concrete
walls that separate the cars on the track from the fans. It’s a costly expense.
On Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013, 21-year-old Ryan Peters was standing just behind the
Turn 1 wall at Windy Hollow Speedway in Owensboro, Ky. – a place where
spectators had watched the weekend races for years. Suddenly, a race car hurtled
over that wall and through a reinforced chain link fence. Peters, who was in the
car’s path, was declared dead at a nearby hospital.
Track officials learned from the tragedy, prohibiting fans from standing behind
the wall on Turn 1. It was the only fatality in the dirt track’s 44-year
history, they say.
Track owner Evelyn Miller said she has tried hard to keep drivers and spectators
But some track managers worry that imposing strict rules will place them at a
competitive disadvantage, she said. Drivers who balk at such rules may take
their cars to neighboring tracks instead.
“If every small track had the exact same rules, it would be better for
everybody,” Miller said.
Safer racing would be better racing, she said.
“More people might get involved and insurance rates might drop,” she said. “It
would make the sport stronger in the end.”
Despite all its safety improvements, even NASCAR doesn’t always spell out rules
that seem to be common sense.
Friday, six days after Ward died at Canandaigua (N.Y.) Motorsports Park, NASCAR
adopted a rule banning drivers involved in wrecks from climbing out of their
cars and walking onto the track.
Previously, NASCAR had not consistently penalized drivers who stormed onto
tracks during races. Stewart was fined for throwing his gloves at Kenny Irwin in
1999 at Martinsville but wasn’t penalized for throwing his helmet at Matt
Kenseth’s car at Bristol in 2012. NASCAR officials say they had discouraged
drivers from the practice, and included it in a video that is shown during the
pre-race drivers meeting.
Police continue to investigate Ward’s death to determine whether any charges
will be filed against Stewart, who has decided to skip his second consecutive
NASCAR race Sunday.
Racing toward a turn on the half-mile dirt track last weekend, Stewart’s car
slid into Ward’s, whose car spun and hit the wall. The race was placed under
Ward left his car, stepped quickly toward the infield and stood in the middle of
the track as cars passed and dodged him. Ward pointed in what appeared to be an
accusatory way toward Stewart’s car coming toward him.
As Stewart approached Ward, his car appeared to speed up. Then, 25 seconds after
the crash, the right side of Stewart’s car hit Ward, knocking him several yards
down the track. Ward was pronounced dead on arrival at F.F. Thompson Hospital.
Edge of disaster
Now, short tracks across the country are considering similar rules banning
drivers from walking onto the track after wrecks. Few have made immediate
changes. Chuck Miller, race director for Empire Super
Sprints, the series Ward raced in, said his members – mostly drivers
– will take up the incident at the group’s yearly membership meeting.
He said he can’t recall a driver ever walking onto the track like Ward did
shortly before he was killed. “We’ve had drivers who get so disgusted they leave
their cars and walk to the pits, but never anything like what happened last
Last week, however, the Observer reported that other short-track owners often
had seen drivers leave their cars and charge onto the track.
Ward was buried Thursday. He was remembered as a fearless driver who loved
racing. More than 700 people attended the service, many wearing the orange,
black and white that were Ward’s colors on the track.
Evelyn Miller, the owner of the Kentucky track where a spectator died behind
Turn 1 last year, said that in the wake of Ward’s death, it’s important that
racing’s leaders make safety a priority.
“(Drivers) love danger. And they always will,” Miller said. “But as promoters,
we have to make sure they can ride that edge and not go over it.”
Database editor Gavin Off, reporter David Perlmutt and researcher Maria David
contributed to this story.
Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2014/08/16/5110658/more-than-520-people-have-died.html#storylink=cpy
raceway owner promises stock car return in 2015
Just days after Elegant
Builders Raceway Park promoter Ralph Galluzzi
announced that stock car racing had ended after
55 years of competition at the Lancaster asphalt
facility, race track owner Gordon Reger has
thrown a red flag.
Reger says that stock
car racing will return to EBRP in 2015 and that
Galluzzi will no longer be part of it.
“After I saw the article
in the Buffalo News I had a meeting with Ralph
yesterday,” Reger said Friday afternoon. “I told
Ralph that I think he sent a message that I
didn’t want to have sent.
“The truth is, that
while the stock car program is not going to run
for the rest of this season, I want all to know,
especially our stock car drivers, sponsors and
fans, that there will be a stock car program
here next year. There is no need for them to
look to go racing anywhere else in 2015.”
Earlier this week,
Galluzzi said that he was ending the stock car
program, effective immediately, due to what he
described as major financial problems with the
program. The decision did not affect the IHRA
weekly drag racing program or other non-stock
Reger and his company,
Lancaster Properties LLC, owns the dual stock
car-drag racing facility. Galluzzi has a lease
with Reger – that began in 2008 and expires
after this year – that allows Galluzzi to
promote, market, manage and direct all racing
programs at EBRP.
“Ralph will not be back
running the stock car program next year,” Reger
said. “The lease I currently have with him
expires this year and will not be renewed. I
have a couple of different groups that I am
involved with, and we are having very serious
discussions about them either leasing or buying
the track for the future.
“One of those groups
asked if they could still have Ralph involved
with the drag racing program, and, depending on
what happens, that will be determined in the
When reached Friday
afternoon, Galluzzi gave only a brief comment.
“I hope that they can
find somebody who will do a good job of running
the stock car program next year,” he said.
Reger also addressed an
effort to save this year’s Tommy Druar/Tony
Jankowiak Memorial stock car race, which had
been scheduled for tonight.
“I also know that there
are some people out there who are working to at
least try” to bring it back, Reger said.
“They’re looking to run it in mid-September and
maybe they will if the details can be worked
out. For now, my focus is on next year and
When asked if he plans
to put funding into fixing long-existing
physical structure woes at EBRP, including a
run-down grandstand, Reger says plans are now
“I have some major
capital improvements planned for the future and
one of the groups I’m discussing the track’s
future with has a good amount of capital which
could be invested into the track’s physical
structure,” said Reger.
EBRP, which has been
known by several other names throughout the
years, most notably Lancaster National Speedway,
has had a glorious stock car racing past until
For the sake of this
area’s racing community, which has made the
track’s stock car program a local institution
for decades, hope is out there that perhaps
better days are ahead.
“For whatever has
happened in recent times, next season, the green
flag will once again fly over the stock cars
here at my track,” said Reger, “just as it has
Brett Jaycox Captures First Ever CRSA Feature Win –
I88 Speedway – 8/15/14
CRSA Quick Results -
A-Main finish, 25 laps:
1) 07 - Brett Jaycox
2) 83 - Dustin Purdy 3) 3A - Warren Alexson 4) 5X - Robert Gray 5) 30 -
Scott Goodrich 6) 36 - Dalton Herrick 7) 10 - Joe Kata 8) 99 - Mike Kiser
9) 17 - John Matrafailo 10) 91 - Chuck Alessi 11) 29 - Art Kiser 12) 4S
- Kyle Smith 13) 1Q - Thomas Radivoy 14) 19eM - Emily VanInwegen 15) 98T
- Tyler Jashembowski 16) 1 - Jeff Van Steenburg 17) 3P - Josh Pieniazek DNS)
11 - Mike Esposito
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Award : Brett Jaycox (+7)
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As part of its continued
efforts to ensure the safety of its drivers,
NASCAR announced new
rules Friday regarding on-track protocol
following crashes and other similar incidents.
The official press release has
been made available on
and the bulk of the changes relate to what drivers are
expected to do during a caution.
ESPN's Marty Smith also tweeted
a photo of the press release:
NASCAR asks that drivers
across all levels of the organization do not disconnect
any safety equipment unless directed to do so
by an official. After that, the driver must proceed to
an emergency vehicle and is prohibited from going onto
the track or approaching other cars under all
According to the press release,
NASCAR Vice President of
Competition and Racing Development Robin
Pemberton believes these
new rules are for the betterment of the sport.
/ART HILL MEMORIAL NIGHT FRIDAY, AUGUST 15
by Tommy Goudge (August 15, 2014)
CORR/PAK MERCHANDISING 360 SPRINT CARS (21
The 5th Ohsweken Speedway feature win of Dain Naida's career came in
dramatic fashion. Naida traded the lead several times with young upstart
Dane Lorenc, then held off a last-corner charge from Glenn Styres to win
by just 0.095 seconds. The first 18 laps were completed under green flag
conditions before Dave Dykstra's stopped car brought out the race's only
caution flag and set up a 2 lap dash to the finish. Styres restarted 3rd
behind Naida and Lorenc, and quickly moved into 2nd, but Naida staved
off Styres' slide job in turn 4 and took the win. Styres settled for
2nd, followed by Lorenc, 13th starter Jim Huppunen, and Keith Dempster.
Styres added to his championship points lead, and is now ahead of Mitch
Brown by 42.
A-FEATURE (20 laps)
Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 77 Dain Naida (4)
2. 0 Glenn Styres (5)
3. 00 Dane Lorenc (3)
4. 14h Jim Huppunen (13)
5. 5 Keith Dempster (2)
6. 10 Mitch Brown (7)
7. 10j Jeremy Hughes (15)
8. 49Todd Hoddick (8)
9. 11 Jamie Turner (17)
10. 21j John Burbridge, Jr. (10)
11. 94 Stan Zanchin (6)
12. 5c Conor Mahoney (19)
13. 71s Shawn Sliter (16)
14. 43 Scott Sherk (14)
DNF. 5d Dave Dykstra (9)
16. 6 Curtis Gartly (12)
17. 15 Mike Ferrell (11)
DNF. 3r Shane Ross (20)
DNS. 30 Adam West (1)
DNS. 5x Shane Butler (18)
DNS. 19 Cory Turner (21)
A-Feature Lap Leaders – Dane Lorenc (1-10, 12), Dain Naida (11,
HEAT RACE #1 (8 laps)
Finish. Number Name (Hometown)
1. 0 Glenn Styres (Ohsweken), 2. 94 Stan Zanchin (Fort Erie), 3. 5d Dave
Dykstra (Port Colborne), 4. 30 Adam West (Ridgetown), 5. 10j Jeremy
Hughes (Burlington), 6. 71s Shawn Sliter (Port Colborne), 7. 5c Conor
Mahoney (Waterdown). Time - 1:50.689
HEAT RACE #2 (8 laps)
Finish. Number Name (Hometown)
1. 49 Todd Hoddick (Cheektowaga, NY), 2. 5 Keith Dempster (Alton), 3. 15
Mike Ferrell (London), 4. 21j John Burbridge, Jr. (St. Williams), 5. 6
Curtis Gartly (Thamesford), 6. 5x Shane Butler (St. Thomas), DNF. 3r
Shane Ross (Thedford). No Time
HEAT RACE #3 (8 laps)
Finish. Number Name (Hometown)
1. 77 Dain Naida (Tecumseh, MI), 2. 10 Mitch Brown (Brantford), 3. 00
Dane Lorenc (Lancaster, NY), 4. 43 Scott Sherk (Port Colborne), 5. 14h
Jim Huppunen (Welland), 6. 11 Jamie Turner (Caistor Centre), DNS. 19
Cory Turner (Caistor Centre). Time - 1:51.302
NATHAN ACKLAND STATE FARM INSURANCE “TOP GUN” AWARD ($150 – heat
race passing points high score): 5 Keith Dempster
(Top 10 in heat race passing points redrew for A-Feature starting
STRICKLAND'S GMC CRATE SPRINT CARS (12
A grinding crash in the first turn on the first lap took Ed Green, Mark
Czuba, and Aaron Turkey out of the race, while Jake Brown dropped out of
the race at the same time with mechanical problems. All 3 drivers
involved in the crash were able to exit their heavily-damaged cars
uninjured. Kyle Durnin led the first lap when the race restarted, but
Dylan Westbrook took over on lap 2 and went on to take the win, and set
a new 15 lap track record in the process. Durnin settled for the
runner-up spot, while Ryan Hunsinger drove from 11th to 3rd, Mike Thorne
finished 4th, and Tyler Hendricks rounded out the top 5. Jake Brown also
set a new 6 lap track record on his way to a heat race win. Turkey's
troubles hurt his championship chances, as Hunsinger now leads the
standings by 45 points.
A-FEATURE (15 laps)
Finish. Number Name (Starting Position)
1. 47x Dylan Westbrook (4)
2. 43k Kyle Durnin (5)
3. 77x Ryan Hunsinger (11)
4. 55 Mike Thorne (3)
5. 38 Tyler Hendricks (6)
6. 18 Josh Shantz (2)
7. 12 Brad Herron (7)
DNF. 18x Davey Boughton (1)
DNF. 1-10 Jake Brown (8)
DNF. 54 Ed Green (9)
DNF. 00 Mark Czuba (10)
DNF. 68 Aaron Turkey (12)
Time - 3:51.710 NEW TRACK RECORD
A-Feature Lap Leaders - Kyle Durnin (1), Dylan Westbrook (2-15)
HEAT RACE #1 (6 laps)
Finish. Number Name (Hometown)
1. 55 Mike Thorne (Caledonia), 2. 47x Dylan Westbrook (Oakland), 3. 43k
Kyle Durnin (Cambridge), 4. 18 Josh Shantz (St. Agatha), 5. 38 Tyler
Hendricks (Pain Court), 6. 18x Davey Boughton (Carlisle). Time -
HEAT RACE #2 (6 laps)
Finish. Number Name (Hometown)
1. 1-10 Jake Brown (Brantford), 2. 00 Mark Czuba (Burlington), 3. 68
Aaron Turkey (Ohsweken), 4. 77x Ryan Hunsinger (Stouffville), 5. 12 Brad
Herron (Waterford), 6. 54 Ed Green (). Time - 1:30.778 NEW TRACK RECORD
The management of
America’s Motorsports Park
is, with regret, announcing the cancellation of the
last four races of the 2014 season.
The 2015 season will
be special events only with no weekly racing.
Also, AMP is for sale.
parties can contact
thru e- mail only at firstname.lastname@example.org
GAS CITY, Ind. —
Another race track is in trouble.
A message posted on the website for
Gas City I-69 Speedway Sunday reads simply: “No Racing
Remainder of 2014 Season.”
The quarter-mile dirt track had six
events remaining on its schedule this season. Non-winged
sprint cars, UMP modifieds and thunder cars are the weekly
divisions at the track that opened in 1987.
Brewerton Update Safety Rules
FULTON, N.Y. — In response to the
incident that claimed the life of sprint car driver Kevin
Ward Jr. Saturday night at Canandaigua Motorsports Park,
Brewerton and Fulton Speedways have announced a rule change
requiring drivers to remain in their cars after accidents.
Ward was killed when he was struck
by the car driven by three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
champion Tony Stewart after he exited his car following a
crash at the half-mile dirt oval. Ward was transported to a
local hospital after the crash and pronounced dead upon
The new rule at Brewerton and Fulton
Speedways states that only safety crews and wrecker crews
will be allowed on track following any accident. Drivers
will be required to stay in their cars in the event of an
accident. If a driver does exit his or her car, the the
event will be immediately placed under a red-flag condition
and all cars will be required to stop on the track.
A driver may exit a car if requested
by a safety crew member or if safety warrants in cases such
as a fire. Drivers that exit a car without permission, for
whatever reason, will be subject to fine and/or suspension
at the discretion of track management.
Tracks take action
Impact from the weekend racing tragedy has some
Ozarks-area tracks looking at ways to avoid similar incidents.
Longtime Monett Speedway owner Randy
Mooneyham said Monday that he's going to put written rules — with
teeth — in effect at his track starting this week.
Drivers will be penalized drivers if they exit their cars while on
the track. Monett is a dirt track, like most others in
Penalties also go for a
driver who swerves his car toward another, in apparent anger.
"On our level, there's always been unwritten
rules about getting out of your car and fighting, provoking or
gesturing at other drivers," Mooneyham said. "But beginning Friday,
we're going to have written rules that drivers must stay in their
cars until safety crews arrive — unless of course their car is on
It's not uncommon for drivers, from NASCAR's
Sprint Cup level down to the local dirt tracks, to exit their cars
and show their displeasure. Mooneyham — and other track officials in
the Ozarks — said that must stop.
"Tempers are going to flare," Mooneyham
said, "but, to me, I'd rather kick a driver out of my track for a
month or two rather than lose a life."
Dan Robinson, general manager at Lucas Oil
Speedway in Wheatland, said written rules are in place at his track
to disqualify anyone who exits his car on the track. They are
black-flagged, or disqualified from the remainder of the race.
"But the car's already wrecked, so what's a
disqualification going to do?" Robinson asked. "We may have to look
at enacting some harsher penalties.
"I think this is a
wake-up call for everybody, anywhere, to put this in writing."
Local driver Jesse Stovall of Billings said
strict rules will help, but perhaps only in the short term. When
adrenaline gets flowing, it's difficult to keep emotions in check.
"I'm not against tracks doing something like
that," Stovall said of harsher penalties, "because they're looking
out for the safety of us."
Springfield's Jimmy Vanzandt, who's raced
dirt and pavement in the Ozarks for 30 years, said he was guilty of
exiting his car last season after a race at I-44 Speedway in Lebanon
after another competitor kept ramming his car in anger.
"I understand how tempers flare and people
get mad," Vanzandt said.
I-44 Speedway general manager Kevin Greven
said a driver at Saturday's races got out of his car following an
accident with another driver.
"Fortunately our fire and rescue guys are in
the middle of the infield and can get there fairly quick," Greven
said. "When he got out of his car and pointed a finger (at the other
driver going past) my guys were there with him" keeping him at a
"I just hope we can learn from this and
reiterate to guys to stay in their cars," Springfield Raceway
co-owner Jerry Hoffman said. "That needs to happen from the NASCAR
level to go-kart racing to the dirt-track level."
The World of Outlaw Sprints
will be making a stop at Weedsport in 2015!
1 MONTH REMAINS BEFORE THE 10TH ANNUAL CANADIAN SPRINT
Ohsweken, Ontario - August 2, 2014 - The 10th annual Canadian Sprint Car
Nationals weekend at Ohsweken Speedway is coming up in less than 2 months, and
preparations are well underway for the track’s signature event.
The 2014 Canadian Sprint Car Nationals weekend will kick off with a Test & Tune
session on Thursday, September 11, while racing will commence Friday, September
12 with the “Night Before the Nationals” presented by Burger Barn, and finish
with the 10th annual Canadian Sprint Car Nationals presented by Arrow Express on
Saturday, September 13.
This year’s “Night Before the Nationals” again includes Twin 15 lap features for
the 360 Sprint Cars, plus the Ohsweken Shootout, Dave McLeod Memorial “Mr.
Sprint Car Challenge” 1-on-1 match races, and the HRW Automotive Mini Stock
division. Each Twin 15 winner will be guaranteed a starting spot in the Canadian
Sprint Car Nationals A-Feature. The Ohsweken Shootout features drivers qualified
drivers from the Empire Super Sprints, Patriot Sprint Tour, and Southern Ontario
Sprints challenge events held at Ohsweken in 2014, and the Corr/Pak
Merchandising 360 Sprint Car feature on August 29, plus the top drivers from
Sprints on Dirt and the National Racing Alliance.
The 10th annual Canadian Sprint Car Nationals will include group time trials for
the 360 Sprint Cars, plus 6 heat races, 3 B-Feature races, a dash race for heat
race winners to determine the top 6 starting positions in the A-Feature, the 15
lap “Little Feature”, and the 35 lap A-Feature which will pay the winner $12,000
from the lucrative purse. While the format remains largely the same as in recent
years, one small change has been made, as starting positions 7-18 in the
A-Feature will now be lined up by passing points. The Affordable Towing &
Recovery Thunder Stocks will be the support division for the 360 Sprint Cars on
Saturday, September 13.
Official affiliate sanctions for the 2014 edition of the Canadian Sprint Car
Nationals include Ohsweken’s weekly Corr/Pak Merchandising 360 Sprint Car
division, along with the Southern Ontario Sprints (SOS) tour, the Michigan-based
Sprints On Dirt (SOD) series, the Ohio-based National Racing Alliance (NRA), and
the New York-based Empire Super Sprints (ESS) series, and Patriot Sprint Tour
PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE - AUGUST 31, 2014
The deadline for competitors to register and pay the discounted entry fee is
August 31, 2014. Entries can be filed by contacting Mary Wilkinson, Director of
Customer Relations, by phone at 519 717-0023, or e-mail at
email@example.com. Click on the
“Competitors Info” link on
www.OhswekenSpeedway.com for more information,
to print the entry form, and to view the rules, format, and more.
DICK WENT INTO THE HOSPITAL WEDNESDAY
(July 30) FOR A VERY UNEXPECTED SERIOUS OPERATION.
LETS HOPE FOR GOOD NEWS.
MOTORAMA CUSTOM CAR &
13, 14, 15, 2015 at Toronto’s International Centre
TORONTO, ON (CANADA) • Inside Track Communications –
publishers of Inside Track Motorsport News, Inside
Motorcycles, MX & Off-Road and the producer of the
Canadian Motorsports Expo – is now the owner / promoter of
the traditional hot rod / classic car / motorsports show
held in mid-March at Toronto’s International Centre,
adjacent to Toronto’s Pearson Airport.
Known over the years as Motion Custom Car Show,
Performance World and most recently MegaSpeed, the new show
will be called the MOTORAMA Custom Car & Motorsports
Expo. According to International Centre officials, this
‘show weekend’ traditionally attracts tens of thousands of
automotive enthusiasts each year.
The inaugural MOTORAMA show will take place March 13, 14
and 15, 2015. It will fill approximately 225,000 square feet
of the newly configured Halls 1 and 2 (formerly Halls 1, 2
and 3) at the refurbished International Centre.
MOTORAMA will be a three-day celebration of automotive
culture and motorsports, featuring high quality hot rods,
custom cars, racing vehicles of all kinds, classics,
exotics, trucks, tuners, rat rods and more.
The new show will retain the popular qualities that made
the Canadian Motorsports Expo (CME) so successful, and will
expand that model out to incorporate all of the other parts
of the automotive spectrum that will make up MOTORAMA.
These include: celebrity appearances, interesting and
informative seminars and forums, awards ceremonies, car
clubs, racetracks and series, showcar prizes, equipment
manufacturers and suppliers, collectibles vendors,
demonstrations, industry announcements and press
conferences, and more.
In addition to the team that produced the CME, MOTORAMA’s
management group includes some of the most respected names
in the Canadian hot rod and classic car community. As was
the case with the CME, MOTORAMA will be promoted via
aggressive public relations, advertising and social media
campaigns – all starting almost immediately – to let
Canadian car and motorsports fans know about the new show.
“We’re honoured that the International Centre has given
us the opportunity to assume the reins of their mid-March
hot rod and classic car show,” said ITC’s David Weber. “Our
goal with MOTORAMA is to restore this show to its past
glory, while making sure that Canadian racing has the same
high profile that it had at the Canadian Motorsports Expo.
For the racing community, the mid-March date is better for
them because it’s closer to the start of their season. And
we’re looking forward to working with the many individuals
and companies that are passionate about hot rods, custom
cars, classics, tuners, etc. to make this show the best it’s
Stay tuned for more news about MOTORAMA in the coming
weeks and months. For info on becoming a show sponsor or
exhibitor, please contact us at (416) 962-7223 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org. The show’s website is
ABOUT THE MOTORAMA CUSTOM CAR & MOTORSPORTS EXPO: The
inaugural MOTORAMA Custom Car & Motorsports Expo takes
place March 13, 14 & 15, 2015 at the International
Centre, adjacent to Toronto’s Pearson International Airport.
With a footprint of almost a quarter-million square feet,
the show will be Canada’s biggest late-winter celebration of
automobiles and motorsports. For information about the show,
including sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities, schedules
and more, call (416) 962-7223, or email info@MotoramaShow.com.
The show’s website is located at www.MotoramaShow.com, on
Twitter @MotoramaShow, and Facebook at /MotoramaCustomCarAndMotorsportsExpo.
2014 RACE CAR AND TRADE SHOW WILL BE
THREE DAY PARTY WITH EXPANDED SPACE
FOR 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
OAKS, PA July 23, 2014 . . . The
Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports
2015 fueled by Sunoco Race Fuels and
Distributed by Insinger Performance
Race Car and Trade Show will
celebrate its 30th anniversary on
January 23 thru Sunday, January,
“It seems just like yesterday
when we kicked off this show,” said
show producer Len Sammons who has
confirmed the events traditional
date once again at the Greater
Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks,
“The first Motorsports show took
place just up the road in Valley
Forge," Sammons recalled. "The 30
years went fast and wow has the show
grown. We are planning a big three
day celebration, a party for our
2015 event. We are very excited to
have Pioneer, Sunoco, Insinger and
Miller Beer all return to be part of
what we feel will be one of the
biggest show we have ever produced.”
All exhibitors from the 2014
edition of the show should have
already received the new show
brochure which reflects an exciting
new floor plan that offers expanded
space and a new design that will
offer more room for interactive
displays. The stage has been moved
out of D-Hall into its own room.
Other changes have been made to
create a more consistent traffic
flow throughout the main exhibit
The 2014 exhibitors have until
July 31, 2014 to reserve the same
display space or even increase their
space for Motorsports 2015. Space
reservations for past exhibitors
must include a 25% deposit with the
booth order. Past exhibitors that
have had their past booth location
impacted by the new floor layout or
would like to change their display
location should be in touch with Tim
Hogue as soon as possible so that
every effort can be made to
accommodate that request.
After August 1st all space not
reserved will be open to all.
“We are in the process of putting
together some exciting plans for the
30th Anniversary,” said Sammons. “We
will be making many announcements
regarding plans for the show in the
For those who have not been
exhibitors or have missed a year or
two the beautiful new show brochure
is available along with a show floor
plan by contacting Danny Sammons or
Tim Hogue at 609.888.3618. They can
also be reached at email@example.com or
The very classy Crowne Plaza
Valley Forge will serve as the host
hotel and will again offer a
discounted rate of $89 per night
(plus taxes). The hotel is located
just 7.5 miles from the Expo Center
and is within walking distance of
the popular King of Prussia Mall,
the nation’s second largest retail
complex with over 350 stores and
close to 100 restaurants.
Again, for the 30th Anniversary,
the Saturday night post show will
continue and will be held in one of
the large ballrooms at the hotel
with music by DJ Sound and Lighting
and bar specials from show sponsor
For information on the show check
in at www.aarn.com.
Many people have been confused by the
recent announcement on Snell ratings for auto racing helmets.
Typically the SA rating is released every 5 years.
SA2005 in the fall of 2005, SA2010 in the fall of 2010 but this year for
whatever reason we were told that the SA2015 will not be released until the fall
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TRI CITY RACEWAY IN FRANKLIN PA HAS BEEN SOLD.
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a.m. on Radio 550 AM.
The call-in show features local, national and
international racing news, results and discussions.
The Lucas Oil ESS Championship will
now be decided on Saturday night, Sept. 27 at the Rolling Wheels Raceway.
The event will be a special
double header with the Go Nuclear Late Model Series.
Raceway Park 2014 Season Schedule
Sept. 28, Sat.
Late Model Series
Oct. 11, Thurs.
Super Dirt Week Special
Outlaws STP Sprint Cars
Big-Block Modifieds "Win and You're In!"