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Track Status and news!
Congratulations to Friday, July 25 Winners: Bob Hamm, Harold Humphrey, Beau Ballard, Matt Bowman, Ralph Cuozzo Jr. and Dan Ballard (IMCA Mechanics Race) and Thursday, July 24 Winners: Danny Creeden and Alan Barker!

Announcements: Friday, August 1 is Fred's Body Shop Night!

Friday, August 1, 2014 Racing -- Fred's Body Shop Night

Join us on Friday, August 1 on Fred's Body Shop Night! The Modified, Sportsman, IMCA Modified, Street Stock and 4 cylinder trucks will all compete. Additionally, the SRP Sprints will make another visit to the speedway!

Gate and concessions open at 4:00, hot laps at 6:15, racing at 7:00 pm. Admission: Adult (age 15 and older) $10.00, Youth (age 9 to 14) $5, Children 8 and under free. Family Fun 5 Pack: 2 Adult and 3 Youth (under 14) admission, 5 hot dogs and 5 sodas for $35.

Friday, July 25, 2014 Racing -- Greg Page Construction Night -- Results


Modified Winner Bob Hamm
Bob Hamm wins the modified class on 07/25/2014

Sportsman Winner Harold Humphrey
Harold Humphrey wins in the Sportsman class on 07/25/2014

IMCA Modified Winner Beau Ballard
Beau Ballard wins in the IMCA class on 07/25/2014

Street Stock Winner Matt Bowman
Matt Bowman wins in the Street Stock class on 07/25/2014

4 cylinder Truck Winner Ralph Cuozzo Jr.
Ralph Cuozzo Jr. wins in the 4 cylinder truck class on 07/25/2014
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Bob Hamm capitalized on Tyler Siri's late race misfortune to become the first Modified driver to win two features at I-88 Speedway this season. Siri, of Horseheads, took the lead at the start of the 30 lap event and quickly opened a half straightaway lead over pole sitter John Siedlecky. Siedlecky would relinquish second place to fellow Windsor resident Hamm while Siri pulled away from the pack.

By lap 19 Siri had encountered heavy lapped traffic cutting his advantage over Hamm to five car lengths when the caution came out. The next caution came out with four laps remaining when Siri lost his right rear wheel before stopping in turn three putting Hamm in the lead.

Hamm went on to take the win with Mike Mahaney of King Ferry second, J.R. Hurlburt of Otego third, Susquehanna PA's Darwin Greene fourth and Carbondale PA's Brett Tonkin fifth.

"This is different. Second time here with different cars" said Hamm after the race. "We've been plagued with some motor problems. Just some little stuff, but it's been major financial setbacks, so we had this old car here."

Points as of 07/25/14 have been posted:
[Modified Points] [Sportsman Points] [IMCA Points] [Street Stock Points] [4 Cyl Truck Points]

 

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Greg Page Construction Modifieds (30 Laps):

Bob Hamm, Mike Mahaney, J.R. Hurlburt, Darwin Greene, Brett Tonkin

Chambers and O’Hara Sportsmen (20 Laps):

Harold Humphrey, Alan Barker, Pat O’Hanlon, Kevin Coons, Butch Klinger

Vernooy’s Automotive Excellence IMCA Modifieds (20 Laps):

Beau Ballard, Will Ward, James Cornell, Kurt Decker, Tyler Stoddard

Olum’s Street Stocks (20 Laps):

Matt Bowman, Tom Savercool, Brenton Miller, Doug Polhamus, Dustin Harris

Mc Donald’s Empire Sport Trucks (15 Laps):

Ralph Cuozzo Jr., Bob Crandall, Allan Hodge, Doug O’Hara, Dustin Wilber

IMCA Modified Mechanic’s Race Winner:

Dan Ballard

Thursday, July 24, 2014 ~ Crazy 8s Special! ~ Results

Crazy 8’s Finish UNOFFICIAL (48 Laps):

Danny Creeden, Andy Bachetti, Stewart Friesen, Danny Johnson, Tyler Dippel, Brian Weaver, Shaun Walker, Matt Sheppard, Rich Ricci Jr., Mike Mahaney, Mike Ricci, Jeff Heotzler, Danny Tyler, Jeff Strunk, Tyler Siri, Vic Coffey, Billy Decker, Ryan Watt, Tommy Meier, Rich Eurich, Tyler Boniface, Tim Currier, Brian Malcolm, Craig Hanson, Billy Van Pelt, Rusty Smith, Brett Tonkin, Matt Jester

GRIT Sportsmen Finish UNOFFICIAL (30 Laps):

Alan Barker, Brian Passalano, Brian Krummel, Marty Bunker, Rocky Warner, Nick Guererri, Connor Cleveland, Kurtis Hohensheldt, Pat Jordan, Matt Hitchcock, Chris Stevens, Paul Rooney, John Illanovsky, Alec Gennerelli, Rosalyn Trautschold, Chad Edwards, Brian Joslin, Ken Boniface, Bob Janesky

Friday, July 18, 2014 Racing -- Chambers & O'Hara Night -- Results


Modified Winner Mitch Gibbs
Mitch Gibbs wins the modified class on 07/18/2014

Sportsman Winner Brandon Walters
Brandon Walters wins in the Sportsman class on 07/18/2014

IMCA Modified Winner Gary Smith
Gary Smith wins in the IMCA class on 07/18/2014

Street Stock Winner Matt Bowman
Matt Bowman wins in the Street Stock class on 07/18/2014

4 cylinder Truck Winner Damon Decker
Damon Decker wins in the 4 cylinder truck class on 07/18/2014

SRP Sprints Winner Kyle Pierce
Kyle Pierce wins in the SRP Sprints class on 07/18/2014
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Mitch Gibbs took the lead on the thirteenth lap of the Modified Mid-Season Championship and went on to take his first win of the season at I-88 Speedway on Friday night. Starting sixth in the 23 car starting line-up the Norwich driver took the lead from Bob Hamm on the outside coming off turn two. Hamm, of Windsor, started on the outside of the front row and took the lead from pole-sitter Nick Nye on lap five.

A lap 15 caution bunched the field for a restart with Gibbs leading, Hamm running second and defending track champion Mike Mahaney of King Ferry in third. When the green flag dropped Gibbs opened a five car length lead as Mahaney pressured Hamm for second, with Mahaney taking over the spot on lap 20.

On lap 21 Hamm pulled into the infield while eighth starting Chad Cook of Deposit took over third place. The caution came out again on lap 22 and on the ensuing restart Mahaney pulled alongside Gibbs but by lap 25 Gibbs had regained a two car length advantage over Mahaney.

 

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Greg Page Construction Modifieds Mid-Season Championship (35 Laps):

Mitch Gibbs, Chad Cook, Mike Mahaney, Shaun Walker, Tim Currier

Chambers and O’Hara Sportsmen (20 Laps):

Brandon Walters, Pat O’Hanlon, Alan Barker, Harold Humphrey, Travis Smith, Chance Spoonhower

Vernooy’s Automotive Excellence IMCA Modifieds (20 Laps):

Gary Smith, Will Ward, Matt Cole, K.C. Cole, James Cornell

Olum’s Street Stocks (20 Laps):

Matt Bowman, Brenton Miller, Dustin Harris, Matt Roberts, Doug Polhamus

McDonald’s Empire Sport Trucks (15 Laps):

Damon Decker, Bob Crandall, Dustin Wilber, Brandon Clapperton, Wayne Van Dusen Jr.

SRP Sprints (15 Laps):

Kyle Pierce, Dave Smith, Cliff Pierce, Bill Nichols, Alan Lockwood

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, July 11, 2014 Racing -- Boulder Oil Company Night -- Results


Modified Winner Brian Weaver
Brian Weaver wins the modified class on 07/11/2014

Sportsman Winner Charlie Hendrickson Jr.
Charlie Hendrickson Jr. wins in the Sportsman class on 07/11/2014

IMCA Modified Winner Gary Roberts
Gary Roberts wins in the IMCA class on 07/11/2014

Street Stock Winner Doug Polhamus
Doug Polhamus wins in the Street Stock class on 07/11/2014

4 cylinder Truck Winner Ralph Cuozzo Jr.
Ralph Cuozzo Jr. wins in the 4 cylinder truck class on 07/11/2014
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Windsor's Brian Weaver took the lead from Paul Jensen on lap six and went on to become the tenth different Modified winner in as many races at I-88 Speedway on Friday night. Weaver started sixth in the 19 car starting field and by the second lap had moved into second place.

"It's a thrill to get back into victory lane….it took a long time to get here but I'm pretty happy to be here" said Weaver after the race.

"I thought I saw a shadow once, up on the outside of me. I wasn't really sure what to do with it, so I started moving around a little bit, kinda diamond the track out a little bit just in case I was slowing down a little bit" Weaver said in reference to a late race challenge from Edmeston's Paul Jensen who crossed the line second. Tim Currier of Auburn finished third with Deposit's Chad Cook fourth and Shaun Walker of Masonville fifth.

Read the entire race recap.

Greg Page Construction Modifieds (30 Laps):

Brian Weaver, Paul Jensen, Tim Currier, Chad Cook, Shaun Walker

Chambers and O’Hara Sportsmen (20 Laps):

Charlie Hendrickson Jr., Harold Humphrey, Brandon Walters, Alan Barker, Pat O’Hanlon

Friesen Chevrolet Empire State Series Race IMCA Modifieds (25 Laps):

Gary Roberts, James Cornell, Nick Griest, Matt Cole, Chris Fleming

Olum’s Street Stocks (20 Laps):

Doug Polhamus, Brenton Miller, Matt Bowman, Dustin Harris, Matt Roberts

McDonald’s Empire Sport Trucks (15 Laps):

Ralph Cuozzo Jr., Brandon Clapperton, Bob Crandall, Pat Votra, Wayne Van Dusen Jr.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Short Track Super Series

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The Short Track Super Series, presented by BD Motorsports Media LLC, includes five race events throughout the 2014 racing season as well as the the Championship event to be held on October 10 & 11 (Friday & Saturday).

I-88 Speedway will host the Crazy 8's Special on Wednesday, July 23 and the October Championship event!

For more information, visit BD Motorsports Media LLC website or view the pdf Schedule and Information.

Forms for I-88 Speedway

Forms: [Driver Sponsor Sheet] [I-88 Speedway License] [Driver Crew Sheet]

I-88 Speedway Classes