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September 20, 2018

Corr/Pak Merchandising to Present Memorial Weekend Oswego/ISMA ‘Super Spectacle’ Double Header


OSWEGO, NY – Oswego Speedway is pleased to welcome back Corr/Pak Merchandising as a partner in 2015, joining on as a presenting sponsor of the highly anticipated Port City 160 ‘Super Spectacle’ featuring a Supermodified double header with the winged ISMA Supermodifieds and the non-winged Novelis Supermodifieds competing on the same night at the ‘Home of the Supermodifieds’ on May 23.

Oswego Speedway's Novelis Supermodifieds will contend in the Jim Shampine Memorial 75 on May 23, joining the ISMA Supermodified Jack Murphy Memorial 50 during the Speedway's Port City 160 'Super Spectacle.'

Oswego Speedway’s Novelis Supermodifieds will contend in the Jim Shampine Memorial 75 on May 23, joining the ISMA Supermodified Jack Murphy Memorial 50 during the Speedway’s Port City 160 ‘Super Spectacle.’

The Memorial Day Weekend blockbuster will be the second event on the Supermodified calendar for each series, as the 800-horsepower machines will be joined by Oswego’s Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super series to fill the night’s schedule.

An open practice for all competitors will take place on May 22 with a one night, action-packed, non-stop evening of racing to follow on May 23.

A total of 160 laps of green flag action will take place on Memorial Day Weekend as the Novelis Supermodifieds will turn 75 laps in their annual Jim Shampine Memorial, with the ISMA Supers going to head to head in the ‘Irish’ Jack Murphy Memorial 50, and the Small Block Supers turning 35 laps in the Tony White Memorial.

The ‘Super Spectacle’ during Memorial Day Weekend’s Port City 160 will not be the first time the Novelis Supermodifieds and ISMA Supermodifieds have taken on the Steel Palace on the same evening.

From 1999-2004, the Speedway held combination events, with the 2003 event being lost to rain.

Bob Goutermout (Novelis Supermodified) and Randy Ritskes (ISMA Supermodifed) were inaugural winners in 1999.  Craig Rayvals (Novelis Supermodified) and Johnny Payne (ISMA Supermodified) collected the final combination main event victories in 2004.

Race officials felt now would be the perfect time to resurrect one of the biggest weekends in Supermodified racing, as a part of the 65th season of action at the ‘Home of the Supermodifieds,’ with Corr/Pak Merchandising now officially becoming a major part of the weekend thanks to Corr/Pak’s John and Wendy Brush.

Founded in 1997, Corr/Pak Merchandising is a designer and producer of Point of Purchase displays for retail.  With a strong emphasis on creative design and speed of response, Corr/Pak Merchandising has achieved great success in a very competitive industry.

Corr/Pak’s in house capabilities and their broad range of trusted suppliers enables them to develop any sort of effective solution for any retail display needs no matter the materials used, whether corrugated, wood, boxboard, plastic, wire or steel, or any combination of those.

To learn more about how Corr/Pak Merchandising can assist you and your POP needs, visit online at www.corrpak.ca

For the first time in ten years the winged Supermodifieds and non-winged Supermodifieds will compete on the same stage, on the same night, as a part of a can’t miss weekend of action you cannot see anywhere else on the planet.

The Memorial Day Weekend Port City 160 ‘Super Spectacle’, featuring the mighty Novelis Supermodifieds and ISMA Supermodifieds, is coming to Oswego Speedway on May 23.

For more information on Oswego Speedway visit online at www.oswegospeedway.com or LIKE on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OswegoSpeedway or FOLLOW on Twitter @OswegoSpeedway.

Oswego/ISMA Combination winners at Oswego Speedway

1999 – Bob Goutermout (Oswego), Randy Ritskes (ISMA)

2000 – Greg Furlong (Oswego), Dave McKnight (ISMA)

2001 – Mike Ordway (Oswego), Dave McKnight (ISMA)

2002 – Mike Ordway (Oswego), Scott Martel (ISMA)

2003 – RAINED OUT

2004 – Craig Rayvals (Oswego), Johnny Payne (ISMA)

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