By Dave Medler – BREWERTON, NY – June 17, 2015 – After a week off because of rain, the Brewerton Speedway is primed and ready to swing the gates open this Friday, June 19th when marketing partner and title sponsor of the Big Block Modifieds Tracey Road Equipment presents a night of exciting dirt track racing.
On the race card will be the Tracey Road Equipment Modifieds, SUNY Canton Sportsman, Pro Race Cars Mod Lites and Hilton’s Automotive Four-Cylinders. Before the night's scheduled racing gets underway the June 5 holdover features for the Mod Lites and Four-Cylinders will be run.
WITH JUNE 12 RACING RAINED OUT HERE IS LOOK BACK AT JUNE 5.
Tracey Road Equipment Modifieds – On June 5th the exciting 35-Lap feature, Billy Decker took the lead from Chris Hile on Lap-22 and then had to outrun points leader Jimmy Phelps for the victory. Jimmy Phelps keeps racking up top finishes after starting deep in the pack on a weekly basis and it seems only a matter of time before he goes to victory lane. TOP-FIVE POINT STANDINGS - Jimmy Phelps 254. Matt Sheppard 234. Pat Ward 218. Billy Decker 214. Ryan Phelps 190. Mike Bowman 190.
SUNY CANTON SPORTSMAN - Once again the Sportsman put on a great 25-Lap main that came down to a three-car battle between Gregg Kimball, Ron Davis III and Tony Finch II. When the checkers waved it was Davis sitting in victory lane. TOP-FIVE POINT STANDINGS - Jack Meeks 235. Ron Davis III 233. Tony Finch II 224. Mike Prentice 214. Gregg Kimball 206.
With two features this week in the Mod Lites and Four-Cylinders it will be a big points night.
TOP-FIVE POINT STANDINGS - Pro Race Cars Mod Lites - Joe Isabell 274. Jim Bogett 242. Jeff Sykes 240. Lowell Zehr 228. Mike Mullen 222.
TOP-FIVE POINT STANDINGS - Hilton's Automotive Four-Cylinders - Chuck Powelczyk 240. Chris Bonoffski 220. Colby Herzog 190. Sam Carista 172. Thomas Mackey 164.
Tracey Road Equipment and the Tracey Truck Center are the leading new and used construction equipment and truck dealerships in Upstate NY. With state-of-the-art facilities located in Syracuse, Rochester, Albany, Binghamton and Watertown, New York, they’ve grown into the most respected name in the industry. For over 30 years they have provided quality equipment and trucks backed by quality parts and service to thousands of contractors and municipalities throughout the region.
Their first commitment is to exemplary Customer Service – always assisting their customers with a full understanding that their livelihood, project progress and service to their customers is directly related to the quality of the products and service they entrust to them.
They carry a full line of heavy and light construction equipment.
The Tracey Truck Center represents the biggest and best names in the trucking industry, Freightliner, Sterling and Western Star. And their sales representatives have built a strong reputation for their ability to not only plan and design the exact truck you need for your particular purpose; they also have the installation and fabrication facilities to build your truck from the chassis up, custom spec’d to your requirements. To see everything Tracey Road Equipment has to offer please visit www.traceyroad.com .
Adult grandstand admission on Friday, June 19th will be $12 with everyone 18 yrs. old and younger FREE. Pit admission is $27 Participant/$30 Non-Participant. Gates will open at 5:30 with racing at 7:30.
In just a little over two weeks (Wednesday, July 1) the Upstate Sportsman Alliance will be part of a huge holiday doubleheader with the Empire Super Sprints CNY Speedweek. The Sportsman winner will not only take home the top-cash, but will also earn a spot for the lucrative Industrial Tire Of CNY Sportsman Shootout at the Outlaw 200 Weekend at Fulton Speedway in October.
Any questions you might have please contact Cory Reed email@example.com (315) 668-6906. For all the latest news please visit www.brewertonspeedway.com . Like the track Facebook page www.facebook.com/BrewertonSpeedway .