The Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Series has added a date at Oswego Speedway this season and will return to the ‘Steel Palace’ on July 8.
Despite Oswego Speedway officials attempting to give Saturday’s open practice session a chance, saturated grounds and rain showers have forced the postponement of testing to Friday, May 12.
Team Abold Racing and driver Jeff Abold have partnered with CNY CPR for the 2017 supermodified season.
Steve Gioia Jr., a 26-time race winner and former track champion at Oswego Speedway, has been named the chief technical advisor at the ‘Steel Palace’.
For the first time in more than 20 years, a veteran Ohio Supermodified driver will contend for Oswego Speedway’s coveted Novelis Supermodified track championship.
Stewart Friesen has found a way to rise up to a level that others rarely can at Super DIRT Week. Not even a change in venue to the Oswego Speedway could stop the driver from Sprakers, N.Y., as he would go on to win the Bud Light 200 for the fifth time in his career.
It’s been a hectic week for Joey Ladouceur at NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week. While running at Oswego has been the focus, an attempt at some of the satellite shows has also been on their DIRT Week schedule.
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Looking back several years ago, Alan Johnson was a driver that appeared to be heading into the final chapter of what has been a storied career on the dirt.
Matt Sheppard has had an incredible season in 2016, but Super DIRT Week was a big question mark for the entire field heading into Thursday’s time trial session. Sheppard quickly nixed any notion that his team would not be the dominant force at Super DIRT Week.
One storyline heading into NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week, was how would the W-16 spec. engine fair against the rest of the field? Tim Fuller and Billy Dunn would prove on Thursday, that this engine package is going to be just fine.
World Racing Group CEO Brian Carter joined the cast of Turn 5 Live on the Performance Motorsports Network this past Tuesday night, to talk about Super DIRT Week XLV at Oswego and the future of the event.