Following what has seemed to be one of the longest winters in recent memory, Oswego Speedway will finally be back in action May 26 for the track’s 68th annual season opener presented by Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Oswego.
Canale Insurance and Accounting is returning to the Oswego Speedway in 2018 as the sponsor of the yellow flag. Every time the yellow flies it will be the Canale Insurance and Accounting Yellow Flag. Owner Dave Canale said it’s a program they started last year, and have been very pleased with its success.
A total of 23 race cars rolled into the pit area Sunday afternoon for Oswego Speedway’s annual open practice session with Aric Iosue in the Novelis Supermodifieds and Mike Bond in the Pathfinder Bank SBS topping the speed charts for the day.
We headed down to Homer on May 16 in our final game of the season and met a tough offensive host in them. They have several girls who have great stick skills and attack the cage with every possession they get.
Mother nature had other ideas about racing today (May 19). In order to save fans and race teams time, travel and money, the decision was made to cancel the May 19 racing program. The Fulton Speedway returns in a big way Memorial Day weekend Saturday, May 26.
Due to heavy morning showers expected to last until early afternoon, Oswego Speedway officials have postponed today’s (May 19) open practice until Sunday, May 20.
Just more than a week from Opening Day, Oswego Speedway officials have released the handicapping procedure for the inaugural running of the Jim Shampine Memorial Twin 50s for the Supermodifieds scheduled for May 26. ‘Twin’ feature events have a rich history at the ‘Steel Palace’ and the duel 50-lappers set for next weekend will mark the first-ever event of its kind at Oswego since 1972.
Our senior night we recognized five seniors who will be graduating in a month from the OHS. Seniors Cassandra Romeo, Grace Bruns, Madison Bullard, Hannah Koster and Maddie Taylor.
Any and all divisions included on the speedway’s 2018 schedule are eligible to take part in the four-hour long practice. Grandstand admission is free for testing while pit passes will be available for $25.
Coming in riding a wave of disastrous luck, which saw a blown engine at Can-Am Speedway on Friday night, Thompson and team finally prevailed topping an ultra-competitive Fulton feature field consisting of veterans Zach Sobotka, Alan Fink, Willy Decker Jr., Mike Button and Mike Phelps.