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Warner Heating Up as DIRTcar Northeast Sportsman Modified Series Kicks Off 2015 Tour Saturday at Fulton Speedway

Highbank Holdup weekend features Super DIRTcar Series plus Sportsman

By Tom Herzig

WEEDSPORT, N.Y. - April 20, 2015 - Rocky Warner of Gloversville, N.Y., served notice over the weekend he will be a force to be reckoned with when the 2015 DIRTcar Northeast Sportsman Modified Series gets underway on Saturday at Fulton Speedway as part of the Super DIRTcar Series Highbank Holdup event.

Warner, the 2014 Fonda Speedway and Glen Ridge Motorsports Park Sportsman champion also known as The Flying Squirrel, landed in victory lane three nights running at Albany-Saratoga, Fonda and Utica-Rome Speedway in the lead-up to the first of 13 DIRTcar Northeast Sportsman Modified Series point races.

"The crate sportsman division has become a really challenging class," Warner told Race Pro Weekly before Albany Saratoga's 50th Anniversary season opener. He completed his weekend sweep after starting third on the grid at Utica-Rome Sunday night.

Warner will go up against the likes of 2014 Fulton Sportsman Champion Ronnie Davis III of Cato, N.Y., Mathieu Dejardins of Sorel, Quebec, and Shane Pecore of Cornwall, Ontario. Dejardins and Pecore are the 2014 series champion and runner-up on the Fulton 3/8-mile high banks.

After beginning the season at Fulton Speedway, the Sportsman Series will make its next stop at CanAm Speedway in LaFargeville, N.Y., on Wednesday, June 3. Both tracks are new additions to the Sportsman Series schedule.

The Highbank Holdup Weekend at Fulton Speedway kicks off on Friday, April 24, with Big-Block Modifieds, NAPA Late Models, Pro Race Cars Mod Lites, E&V Energy Novice Sportsman and a DIRTcar Sportsman Modified practice. The Super DIRTcar Big-Block Modifieds and DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds are the focus on Saturday, April 25, when grandstands are slated to open at 3 p.m. with hot laps at 4:45 p.m., qualifying at 5:15 p.m. and racing at 6 p.m.

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Nick Stone Wins Action Packed KOD Pro Stock 30 Lap Hood Popper

April 20, 2015 By Rob Hazer (Fonda, NY) – On a packed night at Fonda Speedway fans were treated to an opener for the ages. The Basement Systems King Of Dirt Crate Sportsman Series Presented By Dodson Construction, Kevin Koval’s Adirondack Basement Systems, and Driven By Hoosier Racing Tire teamed up with it’s sister series the Lazzaro’s Auto Body King Of Dirt Pro Stock Series to kick off a brand new racing season with some familiar faces earning big wins.

Rocky Warner is a familiar face often found in victory lane and the ‘flyin squirrel’ didn’t disappoint his fans at the KOD Ice Melt 30 Lap opener, as he used his familiarity with the track of champions to power to the win in the West End Towing 79 one night after conquering the great race place in the Jake Spraker 1J.

Josh Sunn and Greg Havlicek led the field to the green, but it was Rocky Warner who made a quick move on lap 1 taking the lead from his 3rd starting position. Havlicek in the Miracle Ear 15b was left to battle with Sunn in the Gary’s Property Maintenance 11 for 2nd with the Dodson Construction 14 of Chad Edwards moving quickly to the top 4 from his 6th starting spot.

The first and only caution of the race came on lap 3 when an accident on the back stretch collected up the Kollar Motorsports 10% of Cody Clark, DKM Fabrication 7 of Dave Constantino, and the Eckler Racing 12s of Shea Montgomery. Whitey Slavin in the Cedar Peaks 53 appeared to also suffer some front-end damage that ended his evening.

On the restart Warner powered back into the lead, while Edwards made a big move to get into the 3rd position, which he moved into 2nd just a couple laps later on lap 5.

Bear Ridge Speedway had some of their heavy hitters on hand and they were making their presence known. Josh Sunn spent the entire race battling in the top 5, which is impressive for a driver who has never seen the track of champions. Another 1st timer at Fonda was the Connecticut Valley Auto Auctions 00 of Jason Gray who finished 6th respectively. Biggest mover was the CDR Concrete 15 of Adam Pierson who slid back to 11th at the start from his 4th place starting spot only to put on a show driving back up to 3rd by the races end.

With Warner out front working his way through lap traffic, it was Edwards trying to close in after the halfway point. With the pair broke away from the field all eyes were on the M&J Construction 27b of Robert Bublak Jr. and the McAuliffe Trucking 234 of Adam McAuliffe.

Bublak was charging through the top side making pass after pass on the Cassella Waste Management 61s of John Scarborough and eventually the Gray 00 to take 5th where he would finish.

Adam McAuliffe was using the extreme outside to make noise and wow the crowd moving 25th to finish 13th after 30 laps. McAuliffe would be named hard charger for the event improving the most positions.

Rocky Warner wasn’t to be denied starting off the season with a big King Of Dirt Crate Sportsman Series win. Edwards, Pierson, Sunn, Bublak Gray, Ricky Quick, Chris Schaffer, Scarborough, and Mark Mortensen rounded out the top 10.

The Lazzaro’s Auto Body King Of Dirt Pro Stock 30 Lap Hood Popper was a crowd pleaser with Pete Broderson taking the early lead  in the Lazzaro’s Auto Body 53b.

Cousin Luke Horning was up for the challenge early and often in the Stone Motorsports 2H-keeping pace while holding off the pressure from Walt Brownell in the Masonry Supply 87.

Yellow flag flew on lap 11 for the slowing 97x of Dan Older, which doubled up the field for a restart. On the restart Horning used the outside to take the lead for a moment from Broderson before the 53b powered back by.

Brownell began pressuring Horning for the runner up spot, which he would eventually take and begin applying the same pressure to Broderson for the lead. While that battle was taking shape the Stone Motorsports 27 of Nick Stone was moving into the top 5 bringing the Lazzaro’s Auto Body 7 of Rob Yetman along for the fight.

Yellow flag flew again on lap 19 when the 24b of John Bradt hit the back stretch wall rather hard. Thankfully Bradt was uninjured, just a little shaken needing to take a precautionary ride in the Rural Metro Ambulance.

On the restart a 3-wide battle shaped up for the lead between Broderson, Horning, and Brownell. Inadvertent contact with the leader from the Brownell 87 sent Brodoerson spinning. Contact with the leader resulted in officials sending the 87 to rear.

This set up Horning and Stone on the front row as win contenders, but on the restart Horning suffered a flat right rear bringing out the caution quickly and restacking the field. Horning would recover later in the race for an impressive finish.

On the ensuing restart Stone took over the top spot and big Jim Normoyle in the Chris’s Collision 7n shot out of a cannon going from 8th to 4th making his presence known he was ready to battle for the win.

Lebanon Valley track champion Robbie Speed moved into contention with the Speed’s Garage 24s before being shuffled around after a 3 wide battle sent him up the track in turn 2. Speed would return to the field and recover for a 15th place finish.

Multi-time champion Rob Yetman quietly made his way to the front in the 30-lap feature. The 2-time strait Super Dirt Week champion was in the battle for the win in the closing laps along with Dean Charboneau, but it was Nick Stone’s race to win.

Stone took the win followed by Yetman, Normoyle, Charboneau, Horning, Martin, Gates, Denton, Brownell, and Dumblewski rounded out the top 10.

KOD SIDE NOTES: 81 cars were on hand for the first King Of Dirt Racing Series events. 45 Crate Sportsman and 36 Pro Stocks checked in. Chad Edwards debuted a brand new Dodson Construction Bicknell with a new number and grabbed a strong 2nd place run. 3 drivers from Bear Ridge made the trip to Fonda for the KOD opener. Adam Pierson, Josh Sunn, and Jason Gray all finished impressively in the top 10. Both Eckler Racing teammates Shea Montgomery and Aaron Burton qualified for the KOD opener, which is a solid start for the pair. Greg Havlicek picked a good day to have the best run of his young career after starting up front and racing with some heavy hitters the 15b finished 12th respectively. John Scarborough was a force early on racing into the top 5 only to have his car fade mid race relegating him to a respective 9th place finish. Albany-Saratoga track champion Jeremy Pitts drove from deep in the field to 11th respectively during the Ice Melt opener. Tracks represented in Sportsman were Fonda, Albany-Saratoga, Bear Ridge, Devil’s Bowl, Merrittville, Brockville, Lebanon Valley, Glen Ridge, and Utica Rome.

Nick Stone picked up where he left off in 2014. Rob Yetman and Dean Charboneau both represented Albany-Saratoga well by making their way to the front by the end of the race. Jim Normoyle impressed the crowd with big moves twice during the feature for a 3rd place finish. Former Fonda champion ‘Krazy’ Kenny Martin had a quiet, but productive day. Suffered a flat in the heat, came from the consi cars, and finished 6th respectively. Multi-Time Utica Rome track champion Tom Denton had a solid 8th place finish in his KOD opener, while Lebanon Valley regular Jason Casey came from deep in the field to finish a respective 11th place. Luke Horning, Walt Brownell, and Robbie Speed all recovered from incidents during the race to finish top 15. Tough break for a few contenders such as Pete Broderson, Kim Duell, and Frank Twing who had their races ended early. John Bradt debuted a new Pro Stock car only to have an unfortunate accident end his evening early. Thankfully he was uninjured though shaken. Best wishes for a speedy recovery both in health and equipment.

The next race on the King Of Dirt Crate Sportsman Series schedule is June 26th at Albany-Saratoga Speedway for Friday Night Lights. For the King Of Dirt Pro Stock Series the next race is July 3rd at Albany-Saratoga Speedway for Full Fender Firecracker.

KING OF DIRT CRATE SPORTSMAN SERIES PRESENTED BY DODSON CONSTRUCTION, ADIRONDACK BASEMENT SYSTEMS, & HOOSIER RACING TIRE ICE MELT FEATURE RESULTS (30 LAPS) – 1) ROCKY WARNER, 2) Chad Edwards, 3) Adam Pierson, 4) Josh Sunn, 5) Robert Bublak, 6) Jason Gray, 7) Ricky Quick, 8) Chris Schaffer, 9) John Scarborough, 10) Mark Mortensen, 11) Jeremy Pitts, 12) Greg Havlicek, 13) Adam McAuliffe, 14) Tony Farone, 15) Connor Cleveland, 16) John McAuliffe, 17) Ivan Joslin, 18) Dan Santabarbara, 19) Aaron Burton, 20) Michael Sabia, 21) Jason Shipclark, 22) Chad Miller, 23) Brian Pessolano, 24) Kurtis Hohensheldt, 25) Cody Bleau, 26) Matt Pappa, 27) Whitey Slavin, 28) Cody Clark, 29) Shea Montgomery, 30) Dave Constantino.

Upcoming Sportsman Event
Basement Systems King Of Dirt Crate Sportsman
Presented By Dodson Construction, Kevin Koval's Adirondack Bsement Systems, & Driven By Hoosier Racing Tires
30 Laps - $1,000 To Win - $100 To Take The Green
Warm Ups At 6PM - Racing At 7PM
Stands: $10 Adult, $2 Children Under 12
Pits: $20 With License, $25 Without License
$20 Driver Entry Fee For KOD Series
Draw / Re-Draw Procedures

Crate Sportsman Schedule
04/18 - Fonda Speedway ‘Ice Melt’ – Rocky Warner
06/26 - Albany-Saratoga ‘Friday Night Lights’
08/25 - Lebanon Valley ‘Mr. Crate Track LVS’
09/05 - Lebanon Valley ‘Battle On The Banks’
09/11 - Albany-Saratoga ‘Northeast Crate Nationals’
09/25 - Fonda Speedway ‘River Rage Crusade’



(Woodhull, NY) Opening night presented by Insinger Performance and Lias Tire was headlined by a 30 lap, $1,000  to win event for the NAPA Crate Sportsman and that race was taken by Knoxville, Pensylvania pilot in A.J. Costley but it was no easy task as him and Josh Keesey, of Campbell, exchanged leads throughout the event. Keesey was able to get his Campbell Building Supply #4 underneath the Costley machine a number of the times but was unable to retain the lead as Costley was able to use lap traffic to his advantage. Costley and Keesey exchanged leads three times between laps 17 and 28 before Costley was scored as the race leader on lap 28 when the caution flag was thrown. Costley was able to pull away from Keesey on the lap 28 restart and was able to begin his 2015 season off right with a feature win and a 1000 dollar check. Keesey came in the runner up spot, followed by Jake Dgien, Brett Buono, and Bobby Peoples completed the top give.

Bruce Miller, who started on the pole was also victorious in the S&W Awards and Photos 360 Late Models and was able to lead all 25 laps but was heavily contested by multi-time Raceway 5 track champion, Dave Dubois who has finished in the runner up position at Woodhull Raceway about every time he has attended the speedway. On lap 23, Dubois showed his nose to Miller but was unable to take over the lead heading down the back stretch as Miller was just too strong for the 16 car field. Dubois did finish in second, followed by Glenn Writenour, Mike Wonderling and Steve LaBarron.

Crate Sportsman Feature: AJ COSTLEY (1), Josh Keesey, Jake Dgien, Brett Buono., Bobby Peoples, Ray Bliss, Chris Fisher, Colin Brown, Chris Daugherty, Russ Morseman, Josh Sawyer, Billy Van Pelt, Dale Welty, Ray Smith, Brandon Butler, Tim Guild, Marc Benson, Zack Sutton, Joe Dgien, Steve Andrulonis, Dayton Brewer, Zack Cary, Ed Presher, Mike Williams

360 Late Models Feature: BRUCE MILLER (1), Dave Dubois, Glenn Writenour, Mike Wonderling, Steve Lebarron, Carl Hughes, Jaye McConnell, Mick Seeley, Chris Daugherty, Jimmy Johnson, Wally Wade, Rick Loucks, Jim Johnson, Adam Depuy, Jay McConnell (DNS), Jamie Freeman (DNS)


New Egypt Speedway Implements New Two Feature System for Sportsman and Street Stock Division

New Egypt, NJ-- For the first time ever New Egypt Speedway is changing the racing formula for two divisions, the Sportsman and Street Stock, to no longer include heat races. With falling car counts in both divisions, heat races have become unnecessary as all cars are qualified. Starting this Saturday, April 18th, the Street Stock division will run two features instead of heats and a feature if less than 24 cars sign in. The following Saturday, April 25th, will see the implantation in the Sportsman division.

“We have been looking into making the racing more exciting in our divisions where all cars are qualified from the time they sign in,” said General Manager Allyse Wolfinger. “Our Race Director Jim Mich came up with what should be a very entertaining option for the fans that eliminates the heat races and focuses on feature events that are worth something.”

The Street Stocks will now race two, 12 lap features during their scheduled events. The purse will be split evenly between the two features with the winner receiving $150 and green money will be $30 in each. The Sportsman will now race two, 15 lap features during their scheduled events. The purse will be split evenly between the two features with the winner receiving $250 and green money will be $37.50 in each.

Both feature events will be full point paying events. If a driver is unable to start the second feature, he or she will receive green money and show up points. The second feature will have an invert that is determined by the number of cars signed in that night. If a driver is able to win both feature events in the same night they will receive a $100 bonus. Crate Modifieds will still be able to race with the Sportsman, however they will receive no points, no handicapping, and will not be included in the inversion. If a full field of 24 cars signs in on the night of the event, the old system of heats and a feature will be used.


DIRTcar Sportsman Modified Series Championship Battle Kicks Off on Saturday, April 25, at Fulton Speedway

Tour features 14 races from April to October, including NAPA Super DIRT Week

By Jo Ann & Don Davies

WEEDSPORT, N.Y. - April 16, 2015 - DIRTcar Racing's Sportsman Modified Series kicks off its 14-race 2015 season on Saturday, April 25, at Fulton Speedway, and expectations are high as the tour will roll through New York, Ontario and Quebec throughout the year.

"We averaged just over 35 Sportsman at each Series race last year," said DIRTcar Northeast Director of Series and Sanctioning Mike Perrotte. "All indications are that we will have strong car counts in this class once again. I'm excited to see the caliber of competition these drivers will bring to the tracks we will be running."

In 2014, champion Mathieu Dejardins of Sorel, Quebec, clinched the title by just one point over Shane Pecore of Cornwall, Ontario. Each had two wins to their credit on the highly competitive 13-stop circuit and each is looking to best that performance starting with the opening show next weekend at Fulton.

Cory Reed, Director of Marketing for the John and Laura Wight owned Fulton & Brewerton Speedways, is looking forward to Fulton being the opening track.

"The Sportsman are a perfect complement to the Big-Block DIRTcar Northeast Series event we are running on that same date," Reed said. "We believe in the DIRTcar Northeast product. Having the 2015 DIRTcar Northeast Series program begin at Fulton Speedway gives us the opportunity to showcase our facility and the competitive program we run weekly. We're real pleased to be involved."

After starting the season at Fulton Speedway the Sportsman Series will make its next visit to CanAm Speedway on Wednesday, June 3, in LaFargeville, N.Y.

Fulton and CanAm are new to the schedule after an absence of several seasons, providing some neutral territory for competitors and making it anyone's guess who might win. Sportsman Series action resumes in July with a two-day trip to Quebec's Autodrome Drummond on July 20 in Drummondville and Autodrome Granby on July 21 in Granby.

The tour then shifts into September for a busy stretch with races Sept. 6 at Cornwall (Ontario) Motor Speedway, Sept. 11 at Ransomville (N.Y.) Speedway, Sept. 12 at Merrittville Speedway in Thorold, Ont., Sept. 13 at Humberstone (Ont.) Speedway, Sept. 19 at Mohawk Speedway in Akwesasne, N.Y.), and finally Sept. 20 at RPM Speedway (DeRichelieu, QUE).

The championship run in October includes a busy NAPA Super DIRT Week. Not only will the class compete at the famous 'Moody Mile' in Syracuse, N.Y., but it will also race at Weedsport (N.Y.) Speedway on Wednesday, Oct. 7, and at Brewerton (N.Y.) Speedway on Thursday, Oct 8.

Weedsport Speedway promoter (and Super DIRTcar Series star) Jimmy Phelps is pleased about the opportunity for the Sportsman to compete at Weedsport during NAPA Super DIRT Week.

"The Sportsman division has not only played a key role in the early success of Weedsport, but it is a big part of our overall season," Phelps said. "We are very proud to be able to bring a DIRTcar Series race to our venue during such a big week as Super DIRT Week."

The management team at Brewerton echoes those sentiments. Reed is looking forward to the Sportsman class running at Brewerton during Super DIRT Week.

"Brewerton makes a perfect back-to-back opportunity for more participation by the Sportsman on that Thursday night. The 358 and Sportsman teams will now be able to race at two prominent central New York facilities."

Action at NAPA Super DIRT Week XLIV wraps up with the drivers taking on the Mile for 30 laps of competition in a non-point race on the sport's biggest stage. The prestige, and even more importantly, the momentum of a win at Super DIRT Week will be important heading into the season's championship finale.

Brockville (Ont.) Speedway will once again welcome the Sportsman competitors for the 2015 championship finale. The annual DIRTcar Fall Nationals weekend will be the final showcase, and if history repeats the 2015 DIRTcar Northeast Sportsman Series championship will go right down to the checkered flag.

"There is a lot of team commitment to the Sportsman Series program," Perrotte said. "We're very optimistic this class will continue to be strongly supported at the local level, at Super DIRT Week and throughout the Series season. I think the fans will be pleased with the level of competition they will see at all DIRTcar Northeast Sportsman events."


Humberstone Speedway Releases 2015 Schedule

PORT COLBORNE, ONTARIO… The New Humberstone Speedway has officially released their 2015 tentative schedule of events. After a pair of open practice sessions on Sunday April 19 and 26, the 56th Opening Day will take place on Sunday May 3. For all events in 2015 with the exception of the Eve of Destruction, gates open at 4:30pm with racing getting underway at 6:30pm sharp.

Opening Day will feature a full card of PC Works DIRTcar Sportsman, Pinty’s Delicious Foods RUSH Late Models, JC Auto Street Stocks, Cosco Haulage 4 Cylinders and the Mike Knapp Ford Pro 4 Trucks. Sunday May 10 will be the Mother’s Day Special featuring another full card of racing plus the first appearance of the season by the Vintage Cars and a spectator one-on-one race. The following Sunday, May 17, Zanchin Truck and Trailer presents the John Puhl Memorial Night featuring the Southern Ontario Sprints plus a full card of racing and Victoria Day fireworks. May 24th will feature the JC Auto Street Stocks in a Duel on the Dirt Home Track event plus a full card and an Eve of Destruction Flag Pole Race qualifier. The month of May will be capped off with the annual visit from the Go Nuclear Late Model Series on May 31st.

June will get kicked off as Pinty’s Delicious Foods presents a full card plus an on-track autograph session. June 14 will be a full card of racing plus the Vintage Cars. June 21st’s racing program will be the second home track Duel on the Dirt event for the Street Stocks plus it will be the first Sherkston Paintball Target Shoot contest of the season. The month will come to an end with a full card plus a 25 lap Eve of Destruction Enduro Qualifier.

July comes in as PC Works presents a full card of racing plus Vintage Cars and a Kids Poster Contest on July 5. On July 12, Tidyman Maintenance and Port Colborne Laundry present a full card of racing. July 19, Dilts Piston Hydraulics Inc presents the Sweeney Chevy, Buick, and GMC RUSH Dirt Late Model Series in the Canadian Late Model Nationals. A full card of racing will also be on the schedule that evening. The month will come to close on July 26 as Super Mario’s Pizza presents a full card plus a 30 lap Eve of Destruction Enduro Qualifier.

The month of August will start off by the running of one of the most prestigious events on the schedule, the annual All Canadian Championships. A full card of racing plus Fireworks will be on the agenda for the 2015 edition of the All Canadian. Free camping is available all Civic Holiday Weekend with a purchase of an adult admission ticket. August 9, Zanchin Truck and Trailer presents the second visit of the season by the Southern Ontario Sprints plus a full card of racing plus an Eve of Destruction Figure 8 race qualifier. The next week, Pinty’s Delicious Foods presents the TUSA Mod Lite Tour plus a full card of racing and a Sherkston Paintball Target Contest. The following Sunday, Verge Insurance presents a full card plus an Eve of Destruction Enduro Qualifier. August will come to a close on Sunday August 30 as it is the Pete Cosco Memorial featuring the DIRTcar 358 Modifieds. A full card of Sportsman, Late Models, Street Stocks, 4 Cylinders and Pro 4 Trucks will also be on the card. The season championship event for the Sportsman will also take place on August 30th.

The final month of the season will kick off on Sunday September 6th as Mike Knapp Ford presents the Safecracker 100 for the Sportsman plus final point’s night for the RUSH Late Models. On Sunday September 13, Cosco Haulage presents the Trevor Wilkens Memorial for the Sportsman Super DIRTcar Series.  The 2015 on-track season will come to an end on Sunday September 20th as it is the annual Eve of Destruction. Enduro, Flag Pole Race, Boat-Trailer Race and more will be on the card that afternoon with destruction getting started at high noon.

Saturday November 14, the 2015 season will officially come to a close with the Night of Champions Dinner and Awards Banquet starting at 5:00pm at the Americana Waterpark Resort and Spa on Lundy’s Lane in Niagara Falls.  



KOD Crate Sportsman & Pro Stocks To Help Kick Off Season At Fonda Speedway

March 31, 2015 By Rob Hazer (Fonda, NY) – As many have read by now, Fonda Speedway track promoter Matt DeLorenzo has made the decision to push back the opener at Fonda to Saturday April 18th. Cold weather along with frost in the ground and forthcoming rain just make it tough conditions for Matt and crew to get on the track and get it prepared.

"Matt called and told me today it looks like it'd need to be pushed back to April 18th and I totally understand. I was down at the track and while there are signs of progress, the weather just keeps punching us in the face," said KOD Promoter Rob Hazer.

"We're excited to kick off the season on April 18th for both series and we hope all our area tracks can get in some quality racing with some decent weather soon. We're all itching to go racing there's no question about it," concluded Rob Hazer.

Fonda Speedway plans to have an open practice session on April 15th providing the weather permits.

"I'd like to have an open practice on April 15th to get some cars on the track after we've had a chance to work the track in with the new clay. We just need a break with the weather," said Fonda Promoter Matt DeLorenzo.

Albany-Saratoga Speedway is hoping to get in a warm up session on Sunday April 12th, while Lebanon Valley Speedway is slated for an open practice sessions on April 11th and 18th.

Basement Systems King Of Dirt Crate Sportsman
Presented By Dodson Construction, Kevin Koval's Adirondack Bsement Systems, & Driven By Hoosier Racing Tires
30 Laps - $1,000 To Win - $100 To Take The Green
Warm Ups At 4PM - Racing At 5PM
Stands: $10 Adult, $2 Children
Pits: $25 With License, $30 Without License
$20 Driver Entry Fee For KOD Series
Draw / Re-Draw Procedures
Think Warm!

04/18 - Fonda Speedway
06/26 - Albany-Saratoga Speedway
08/25 - Lebanon Valley Speedway
09/05 - Lebanon Valley Speedway
09/11 - Albany-Saratoga Speedway
09/25 - Fonda Speedway

Lazzaro's Auto Body King Of Dirt Pro Stocks
Presented By Stone Motorsports & Auto Sales
30 Laps - $750 To Win - $50 To Take The Green
Warm Ups At 4PM - Racing At 5PM
Stands: $10 Adult, $2 Children
Pits: $25 With License, $30 Without License
$20 Driver Entry Fee For KOD Series
Draw / Re-Draw Procedures































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