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
Photos – Jim Feeney Cicero’s Michael Barnes parked the Syrell Racing No. 68 upon Oswego Speedway’s checkered stripe twice on Saturday night, sweeping two 35-lap main events. Not since his infamous track championship charge from the back to the front of the field in 2016’s regular season finale had Barnes returned to victory lane. It
Photos – Jim Feeney Russ Brown, who hasn’t finished in the top 10 in points since earning his fifth track title in 2013, finds himself in front of the pack after two weeks of racing. Since the 2013 season, the pilot of the Ray Hedger-owned and built No. 13 has only raced part-time. In fact,
The Oswego Speedway opened its gates for the first time in 2018 last Saturday night with a trio of Memorial Day Weekend feature events in honor of fallen racers, Jim Shampine and Tony White. Just as a bride commands the attention at a wedding, so does opening night at the Steel Palace to supermodified fans.
Photos – Jim Feeney 28 cars may have started Sunday afternoon’s 75-lap small block supermodified Classic at the Oswego Speedway, but it would end up being just a two-man race from start to end. In a battle of the division’s all-time greats, Mexico’s Mike Bond would defeat Mansville’s Russ Brown to capture his fourth Classic
Photos – Jim Feeney Pennellville’s Jeff Abold led only one lap Sunday afternoon in the 60th running of the International Classic 200 at the Oswego Speedway. However, it was the lap that counts the most. Trailing Ohio’s Dave Shullick, Jr. by nearly a half lap with just two to go, the 27-year old third generation