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OSWEGO, NY (July 5, 2019) - Fans coming to the Oswego Speedway for tomorrow night’s Holiday Inn Express & Suites Independence Weekend Grand Prix will notice a change in the track’s ticketing system.  Beginning July 6, all general admission or reserved grandstand tickets purchased at either the ticket window or box office on Nolan Swift Memorial Drive will have a barcode allowing staff to ‘scan’ fans in and out of the race track.  While entering the facility, patrons must have their tickets scanned at the main entrance. Those who choose to leave the track will have their ticket scanned again up...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (July 1, 2019) - Andrew Schartner, a former track champion and twelve-time feature winner in Oswego Speedway’s Pathfinder Bank SBS ranks, has confirmed that he will return to the driver’s seat this August.  Having been one of the division’s most successful drivers over the past decade, Schartner was SBS champion in 2014. After spending much of this year away, the Charlotte, N.C. resident says he will be back at the speedway next month, again piloting the Crowe Motorsports No. 18. “Thanks to Tom Aaserud and Crowe Motorsports, we have been given the green light to get the No. 18 back on track ...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (June 19, 2019) - As a means of raising money to support Oswego Speedway’s drivers and teams, members of the Oswego Eagles Fan Club will be raffling off a host of items throughout the race program this Saturday, June 22. Thanks to Mackenzie Coleman, Velocita USA’s Northeast Factory Representative, a pair of the ‘world’s lightest two layer gloves’ will be up for grabs. The Velocita Racing Gloves are form fitting SFI 5 and machine washable with ultimate grip. In addition to the Velocita gloves, Oswego Speedway will throw in a set of nomex underwear which will also go to the winner. A Veloci...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (June 18, 2019) - Prior to the races last Saturday, June 15, Oswego Speedway had the honor of hosting the Central New York Electrathon. Five different high schools across New York State competed in this year’s event. Schools that entered included Chenango Forks High School, Oneida High School, Oswego High School, the Palmyra-Macedon High School, and Westhill High School. In order to compete in an Electrathon event, competitors must build a fully electric vehicle to drive in a one-hour race. The team that completes the most laps at the end of that hour is later declared the winner. Each team consisted of one to...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (June 6, 2019) - Oswego Speedway is set to open the month of June with its second double feature event in a row as this weekend brings the familiar Supermodified Twin 35’s presented by Burke’s Do It Best Home Centers and Bosco’s Meat Market.   After being absent from the track’s schedule for over a decade, the Twin 35 format was brought back in 2014 and has since provided some of the most exciting races in recent history including the well publicized ‘dead heat’ between Michael Muldoon and Otto Sitterly in 2015.   With the exception of Sitterly winning the first twin and...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (May 30, 2019) - Oswego Speedway officials have elected to implement double file restarts for heat and feature action both in the Pathfinder Bank SBS class as well as the new 350 Supermodified division. Under this new format for 2019, double file restarts will be used in every event for both divisions, however the last two laps in the preliminary races and the last five laps in the main events will see single file restarts. The leader will pick the inside or outside lane when the race director instructs the cars to double up on the one way radio. The front row will then proceed to the line in turn four side by side and...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (May 29, 2019) - Lighthouse Lanes, located on Jim Shampine Drive in Oswego, will again present the weekly ‘Up and Comer’ Award to competitors in Oswego Speedway’s Novelis Supermodified and Pathfinder Bank SBS divisions throughout 2019.   The Lighthouse Lanes ‘Up and Comer’ will be awarded to the highest finishing driver in his or her feature event that has not yet won a main event at the Oswego Speedway.   For last weekend’s Jim Shampine Memorial Twin 50’s, Supermodified drivers Dan Bowes and Alison Sload were awarded with the Up and Comer, earning a $25 purchase c...Read More...


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OSWEGO, NY (May 24, 2019) - Burke Motorsports will be fielding two race cars for Oswego Speedway’s Season Opener this Saturday night with New England 350 Supermodified veterans John Burke and Mike Scott at the wheel. Burke was at the track last Saturday afternoon practicing with his No. 01 while Scott will join in on the fun in tomorrow’s Open Practice session from 4 to 8pm. “I was really excited when I heard Oswego was adding the 350 Super class and knew it was something I wanted to support,” Burke said. “We are hoping to bring two cars to the track as much as possible this season.” A longt...Read More...


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