Kick Off Your Labor Day Weekend At The Brewerton Speedway On Friday, September 1; Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints, Big Block Modifieds, Track Champions Crowned Plus St. Baldrick’s Fundraiser


BREWERTON, NY – Labor Day weekend is usually a sign that summer is almost over, vacations end and kids return to school. This Friday, September 1 the Brewerton Speedway and Schneider Packaging Equipment Company will help you forget that with a night of racing excitement and thrills. St. Baldrick’s will also be on hand with a fundraiser that will have something for everyone.

Seeing action on the “D-Shaped Dirt Demon” will be some of the best 360 Sprint Car racers in the Northeast when the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints invade the Route 11 speedway. Joining them will be the 800 horsepower Tracey Road Equipment Big Block Modifieds, SUNY Canton Sportsman and the Firehouse Subs Mod Lites.

Adult grandstand admission is $20 with everyone 18 years old and younger FREE. Pit admission is $35. Grandstands open at 5:30 with racing at 7:30.

The last time the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints invaded the speedway in June, thirty cars signed into the pits. When the checkered flag waved in their 25-lap A-Main, crowd favorite Chuck Hebing pulled into victory lane. Coleman Gulick, Paulie Colagiovanni, Jonathan Preston and Brewerton Modified racer Larry Wight finished second through fifth.

Top-Five Division Point Standings going into Championship Night:

(Tracey Road Equipment Modifieds) – 91-Billy Decker (701) 99L-Larry Wight (655) 98H- Jimmy Phelps (654) 6H- Max McLaughlin (618) 42p-Pat Ward (591).

(SUNY Canton Sportsman) – 8- Alan Fink (668) 32R- Ron Davis III (655) 15- Todd Root (621) 17J- Brent Joy (573) 9x – Tyler Trump (573).

(Firehouse Subs Mod Lites) – 10w- Justin Williams (718) 13- Casey Sykes (700) 06- Mike Mullen (692) 19- Jeff Sykes (686) 29- Lowell Zehr (644).

The fine folks from St. Baldrick’s “Let’s take childhood back from cancer,” will be on hand with an exciting event throughout the evening known as “Getting D.I.R.T.y for the kids.”

When most people think of St. Bladrick’s they think of shaving of your hair. You get to keep your hair. This will be a Chinese Auction style fundraiser. Event Organizer Shawn Hunter said, “If you don’t walk out of the track with something, you weren’t at my event.”

To learn more about St. Baldricks and the event click the links below and feel free to share this, as they say at St. Baldrick’s, “Let’s take childhood back from cancer.”

The Brewerton Speedway would like to welcome back the entire Schneider Packaging Equipment Co. Inc. family.

As a manufacturer of high quality packaging machinery, Schneider makes “end-of-line” case packing, palletizing and case sealing equipment for Fortune 100 companies across North America. A family owned company, in business for over 45 years, Schneider has a sterling reputation in the manufacturing industry for hand built, custom machinery made locally in Upstate NY. Schneider doesn’t just support local racing, they are ingrained in it. Several of the 130+ Schneider employees are amateur or semi-professional racers themselves. “Sponsoring an event like this is a great opportunity to give back to the local community that has supported us for so long,” says Rick Schneider, CEO of Schneider Packaging.

The Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints is one of the fastest and most competitive nights on the Brewerton Speedway schedule and Schneider Packaging is proud to be able to help bring great racing to Central New York!


Schneider manufactures a complete line of robotic palletizing, case packers, tray packers, high performance random case sealers, specialty cartoning systems and integrated packaging solutions. Schneider is fully committed to delivering the most environmentally sustainable, intelligently designed solutions that offer the most efficient use of materials, energy, air and water, and provide real costs savings to end users.

Schneider offers a variety of ancillary equipment such as case erectors, cartoners, conveyors, pallet dispensers, shuttle cars, automatic guided carts, and elevators that can easily be integrated with coding/labeling equipment, RFID / barcode scanners, weight checking, and stretch or shrink wrapping equipment to provide a complete turnkey system solution. Schneider is the first packaging equipment company to concurrently hold the titles RIA Certified Robot Integrator, FANUC Robotics Certified Servicing Integrator and Authorized System Integrator, and Machine Builder partner in the Rockwell Automation PartnerNetwork™ program. For more information on Schneider Packaging, contact our sales department by phone at (315) 676-3035, email or

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