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VERNON, NY- With the rescheduling of Brett Deyo’s Hard Clay Open at the Orange County Fair Speedway, the HigFab Chassis Seminar that was planned for this Saturday, April 11, has been cancelled.  Jerry Higbie and Vinny Salerno were set to host the informational session but both are committed to compete in the early season special and are regretfully unable to participate in the seminar.  Anyone who purchased tickets for the seminar can call Kim Shea at (315)794-7805.

The Test and Tune session that was scheduled for Saturday is still on as planned and will start at 4 p.m. and go until 7 p.m.  The open practice is open to all divisions and types of cars to help teams prepare for the upcoming season.  Not only is this a perfect opportunity to get valuable practice time but is also a great time for competitors to purchase their NASCAR licenses to avoid any delays on opening day.  A NASCAR license is required to compete in the four weekly divisions

American Racer tires will be available through the speedway for the Open Sportsman teams while Ned Kinney will be on hand with the Hoosier tires mandated for the Modified and 602 divisions.  A parts truck will also be on the grounds for the any last minute fixes.

Pit entry will be $20 per person while the grandstands will be free.

This is all preparation for the 2015 season opener which is set to begin on Sunday April 19 with Twin 20 lap features for the Stampede Steakhouse Modifieds plus a regular show of 602 Sportsman, Open Sportsman, and Pro Street Stocks.  Log on to for more information including the full season schedule, latest news, and more.  The speedway office can be contacted by calling (315)829-4557.


The Dirt Track Channel begins 13th consecutive season of audio webcast
Race broadcast, live, on-location remotes to increase for 2015

For Immediate Release

LOST CREEK, PA. – Some might say that 13 is an ‘unlucky’ number.

For The Dirt Track web site (, 2015 marks the 13th consecutive season that the site will be delivering streaming audio of race broadcast and dirt-track related talk shows to a global audience.

The very first webcast took place from Aug. 7-9, 2003, at the famed Belleville Midget Nationals (Kansas) which was won by Josh Wise.

Over the years, racing broadcast have originated from such legendary tracks as Fonda Speedway (N.Y.), Hagerstown Speedway (Md.) and Selinsgrove Speedway (Pa.), to name a few.

Once again in 2015, fans can look forward to a variety of race broadcast along with weekly talk shows.

“We are looking forward to a tremendous season in 2015,” said Shawn Wood, founder of The Dirt Track and president of Shawn Wood Productions. “We are going to some new venues and some that our fans are familiar with. Altogether, it’s going to be a great year.”

Several tracks have already stepped up to host The Dirt Track Channel and it’s racing talk shows for live, on-location broadcast during the upcoming racing season. A full list of dates will be released in the future.

Race tracks that would like to host a night of The Dirt Track Channel live, on-location special event broadcast, free of charge, can contact Shawn at

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