Penn Can, Five Mile Point And Utica Rome On Tap For The DMNT This Weekend

NORTH AUGUST, ONT – The Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour resumes it’s 17 race schedule this weekend with it’s first ever appearances at the Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna, PA then following up with the Five Mile Point Speedway in Kirkwood, NY. The series then wraps up the busy weekend at Utica Rome Speedway in Vernon, NY on Sunday.

The race at Five Mile point will see two separate features for the Nostalgia and Modified divisions as a good field of cars is expected.

Some of the highlights and firsts this weekend include Allie Elkins debut in the series wheeling a beautiful Dodge Challenger bodied racer. Richard and Jeff Ackerman, longtime vintage racers bring their flat head powered machines out for the first time with the series and Jason Powers is expected to make his first appearance at Utica Rome on Sunday.

Series regular John Stanley returns after missing the opener at Land Of Legends Raceway. “Always look forward to racing new tracks and looking forward to returning to Utica Rome” John explained.

Sentiments echoed by Nostalgia driver Darrell Wilson “Like meeting new people and hoping for some clean racing this weekend”

The excitement level is high for this weekend for both fans and competitors alike.

The DMNT is a unique brand of racing with two separate divisions, both of which pay homage to the Northeast Dirt Modifieds historical roots. The Nostalgia class consists mostly of authentic oem framed coupes and coaches, restored to their former glory featuring 6 cylinder, flat head and small block Chevy’s, Ford’s etc. The Modified class utilizes a more modern chassis such as a Bicknell, Teo, Troyer etc with steel Gremlin, Pinto, Coupe, Coach, Vega etc bodies to replicate the cars of the 70’s and early 80’s. Mud Bus style cars mounted on period correct 80’s chassis are also permitted to compete with a weight penalty. Engines are restricted to small blocks with a 2 barrel carburetor. The series features full on competitive racing and keeps track of points earned to ward the top point getter in each division for the DMNT Championship.

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