Otto Sitterly put an exclamation point on an incredible season at the Oswego Speedway on Sunday night, adding a fifth International Classic 200 win to the eighth Novelis supermodified track championship he’d earned just two weeks ago. Sitterly finished the 2018 season winning five of the final seven races, including the last three on Oswego’s schedule.
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Mexico’s Mike Bond led the small block supermodified Classic green to checkered en route to his sixth SBS Classic win on Sunday at the Oswego Speedway. The all-time division leader in feature and Classic wins started on the pole and never saw the wheel of another challenger during the 75-lap caution-plagued season finale. It was
Independence, Ohio’s Tim Jedrzejek earned his fifth International Super Modified Association (ISMA) “Super Nationals” win on Saturday night at the Oswego Speedway. Piloting the Howie Lane-owned No. 97, Jedrzejek fended off countless challenges from Canadian, Mike Lichty over the final 20 laps of the 60-lap feature event. Lichty would attempt numerous outside bids that put
With a top time of 16.056 seconds, Cicero’s Michael Barnes earned the pole position for the 62nd annual Budweiser International Classic 200 on Sunday at the Oswego Speedway. The pilot of the No. 68 supermodified made fast time driving a race car that has yet to even compete in an actual race. Car owner, Gary
Canajoharie’s Otto Sitterly became Oswego Speedway’s first eight-time supermodified track champion Saturday night, putting an exclamation point on his accomplishment by winning the 50-lap regular season finale. It’s his first track title since 2014, his seventh driving for car owner, John Nicotra. After shaking off a winless streak in July that dated back to the
Otto Sitterly earned his third feature win of the 2018 season in photo-finish style on Saturday night at the Oswego Speedway, narrowly edging out supermodified veteran Doug Didero at the checkered stripe. The rich history of a combined 10 track championships and 74 feature wins between the duo only added to thrilling finish. In the
Cicero’s Michael Barnes earned his third Novelis supermodified feature win of the 2018 season on Saturday night, besting the field in his Syrell Racing No. 68. Coming from the outside of the third row, Barnes vaulted into fourth place on the opening lap. Before the 10th lap was completed, Barnes had his car in second.
Otto Sitterly took a big step forward in his quest for an unprecedented eighth supermodified track championship last Saturday night at the lakeside oval. His victory in the Novelis $10,000 dollar to-win Mr. Supermodified event helped him increase his stronghold on the points chase to 44 markers over Keith Shampine. Michael Barnes and defending champ
As race teams round the halfway point on Oswego Speedway’s 2018 schedule, the crucial final four-race stretch begins this weekend. The championship points chases are close in each division. However, if there’s a date on the schedule where points take a back seat in the eyes of most drivers, it’s this Saturday night’s $10,000 dollar
A pair of “shoes” were the first to cross the checkered stripe last Saturday night at the Oswego Speedway, as cousins, Dave and Tyler Shullick earned feature wins on Independence Weekend. For Dave, it was Novelis supermodified win No. 3 on the season, the 14th of his career. However, it was career win No. 1