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OSWEGO, NY (August 1, 2017) - As the 2017 racing season carries on into the month of August at Oswego Speedway, the track office will soon be without a very familiar face beginning this week.   Debbie Bond, who has been employed at the speedway for twelve years and thirteen different race seasons, will be stepping down from her full-time office position effective Tuesday, August 1.    Bond is the wife of all-time Small Block Supermodified feature wins leader Mike Bond and has been one of the most dedicated employees the track has seen for the past several years.   A hard working individual who has gave her ...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (July 25, 2017) – By: Dan Kapuscinski - The Triple Crown of Supermodified racing officially opens Saturday at Ohio’s Sandusky Speedway with the running of the annual ISMA Supermodified Hy-Miler Nationals 100 as a part of the Shea Concrete Triple Crown Championship Series presented by ASI Racewear. Consisting of Sandusky’s Hy-Miler, Oswego Speedway’s Budweiser International Classic 200, and New Hampshire’s Star Speedway Classic, the Triple Crown is rich in history and tradition, dating back to 1966 when all three races were first run in the same season. In that first year Gordon Dukes drove ...Read More...


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Story By: Dan Kapuscinski OSWEGO, NY (July 17, 2017) – As the first “major” of the Shea Concrete Triple Crown Championship Series presented by ASI Racewear prepares to take the green at Oswego Speedway this Saturday, we take an in-depth look at the TCCS players set to take on the $10,000 to win Mr. Novelis Supermodified – worth double TCCS points. Dave Shullick Jr.: Shoe 2 has been the man to beat at Oswego Speedway this season with four wins on the year, including both of the TCCS point paying events on May 13 and June 10. Shullick leads the TCCS Driver of the Year standings, crossing over between the ...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (July 14, 2017) - 2015 Pathfinder Bank SBS Classic Champion Bryan Haynes III will return to action at Oswego Speedway tonight following one prior 2017 appearance which saw the team chase frustrating motor gremlins.   Haynes returned to the track in mid-2016 as the defending Bud Light SBS Classic Champion following a surprise trip to victory lane on Classic Saturday night one year prior, driving his family owned ride, now owned by Ron Pratt, to victory in a very special and success story for Bryan and his brother Brad, another longtime speedway campaigner. Haynes recalled how special the win was and what it has don...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (July 14, 2017) – With five Shea Concrete Triple Crown Championship Series events presented by ASI Racewear already in this season, the schedule truly heats up on July 22 with the first major of the year featuring Oswego Speedway’s $10,000 to win Mr. Novelis Supermodified 50. The 31st running of the Mr. Novelis Supermodified title event is the first of four double-point major events on the TCCS schedule joined by the Hy-Miler Nationals 100 at Sandusky Speedway, Oswego’s Budweiser International Classic 200, and the Star Speedway Classic 150. The 40-lap Friday night portion of Hy-Miler weekend at San...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY – After leading a majority of the series most recent race at Lancaster National Speedway, George Skora, III of Eden, N.Y., is looking to join Bryan Sherwood of Binghamton, N.Y., and Tyler Rypkema of Owego, N.Y., as a new winner in Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Series. Skora has been knocking on the door throughout the season and is looking to walk through.       “We were in a good spot at Lancaster,” offered Skora. “But, we had a part failure and it took us away. Our team has been giving me a great car and I don’t think it will be any different when we get to Oswego th...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (July 1, 2017) – Oswego Speedway’s Grand Prix 75 is steeped in tradition, and for the first time Saturday night it played host to the Shea Concrete Triple Crown Championship Series presented by ASI Racewear with Dave Shullick Jr. and Michael Muldoon coming out on top of the Novelis Supermodified non-wing field. Starting from pole position, Muldoon was in prime position early on driving his family owned and built No. 15, the same machine that took Muldoon from 18th to 9th just one week earlier at Stafford Speedway in winged competition. Leading the majority of the event, Muldoon looked to be in control until ...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (July 1, 2017) – Oswego Speedway’s Grand Prix 75 is steeped in tradition, and for the first time Saturday night it played host to the Shea Concrete Triple Crown Championship Series presented by ASI Racewear with Dave Shullick Jr. and Michael Muldoon coming out on top of the Novelis Supermodified non-wing field. Starting from pole position, Muldoon was in prime position early on driving his family owned and built No. 15, the same machine that took Muldoon from 18th to 9th just one week earlier at Stafford Speedway in winged competition. Leading the majority of the event, Muldoon looked to be in control until ...Read More...


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