DELEVAN, NY – It’s time to throttle up for max horsepower on September 15 as both the Super Late Models and Outlaw Modifieds are in competition on the second running of Big Dog Saturday at Freedom Motorsports Park. The ULMS Murphy’s Logging Super Late Models in the Mike Duke Duclan Memorial and the Prime Time Energy Services Outlaw Modifieds will be joined by the Cummings Trucking Street Stocks in a $1000 to win event, the Danny Heineman Mini Stocks and the first ever appearance of the Bandit Mini Stock class. This unique racing card is brought to you by the Upstate Auto Group, Close Racing Supply, Murphy’s Logging and Previty’s Auto Wrecking. Note the time and race day. The green flag is scheduled for 6:30 pm on Saturday September 15.
If you are looking for a new, pre-owned or classic car, stop by one of the five convenient locations of the Upstate Auto Group. Upstate Chevrolet, Dodge, Jeep and Ram and the Classic Car Center are located in Attica. There’s also Toyota of Batavia and Upstate Resale in Holland. The Upstate Auto Group treats the needs of each individual customer with paramount concern. Browse their inventory or schedule a test drive at www.upstateautogroup.com.
Close Racing Supply has been supplying quality circle track components at competitive prices since 1996. Located at 6 Amanda Lane in Eldred Pennsylvania, they carry a large inventory of parts from all major racing manufacturers. Store Hours are 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and 9am to 2pm on Saturday. For all of your motorsports parts, give Close Racing Supply a call at 814-225-3250 or visit them on the web at www.closeracingsupply.com.
Murphy’s Logging is located at 2228 Elton Road in Delevan and has been in business for 22 years. They are the premier logging contractor in Cattaraugus County. Give them a call at 716-353-4360 for all of your logging needs. Murphy’s Logging will be awarding $300 to the fast Super Late Model time trialer. During the August event, Greg Oakes broke the stranglehold that Max Blair has held on setting fast time but Blair still holds the track record at 13.924 set on August 18, 2017.
Previty’s Auto Wrecking, located at 11075 Galen Hill Road in Freedom is a family owned and operated scrap processing business. The company has evolved from selling used parts and mobile car crushing into focusing on buying anything metal, including, automobiles, tin, non-ferrous metals, and prepared and unprepared steel. They have been competitively buying and selling scrap metal for over 30 years. For all of your scrap metal needs, give Previty’s a call at 716-492-3936.
This will be the fourth visit of the ULMS Murphy’s Logging Super Late Models to Freedom in 2018. Max Blair has taken two wins and Boom Briggs has one victory. They will each be in competition on September 15 along with Chub Frank, Greg Oakes, David and Wyatt Scott, Mike Maresca, Nathan Hill, Mike Wonderling and a host of others drivers looking to take home the Mike Duke Duclan Memorial race.
Billy Van Pelt will lead the charge in the Primetime Energy Services Outlaw Modifieds. The current track champion will have to contend with regulars Phil Vigneri III, Adam Hilton and Dillon Groover along with other invading drivers.
The ever popular Super Late Model/Outlaw Modified match race will take place again. Last year’s exciting battle went to Greg Oakes. The winner of the match race will receive $500 and if that driver (Super Late Model or Outlaw Modified) wins their feature, they will receive a $500 bonus.
This will be the first ever visit by the Bandit Mini Stock class. Home track rules will apply. Cummings Trucking has created a great trophy for the Bandit winner.
Bring the family out for a great night of racing at the area’s fastest 1/3 mile clay oval. Grandstands on Saturday September 15 open at 5:00 pm and racing starts at 6:30. Adult grandstand admission for this special event is only $20, $18 for Seniors, $10 for Students (9-15) and kids under 8 are admitted free.
Freedom Motorsports Park is located at 11099 Marble Springs Rd. in Delevan, N.Y., just south of Arcade. For information on 2017 season sponsorship opportunities, contact Bob Reis at email@example.com or 716-725-5464. You may visit the speedway online at www.freedommotorsportspark.com or follow us on Facebook.