By Dave Medler
BREWERTON, NY, – After an exciting opening week of racing in front of a large crowd the Brewerton Speedway is primed for week two at the “D-Shaped Dirt Demon”.
Long time supporter of the Brewerton Speedway, Ferris Industries will present an night of racing featuring the Tracey Road Equipment Big Block Modifieds, Nationwide Insurance IMCA Modifieds, Beaver River Distribution ESDCA Mod Lites and Anchor Bar & Grill Four Cylinder Super Stocks.
Ferris Industries are the commercial mower specialists. They have earned their reputation by delivering their customers high quality products and solutions for over 100 years. You can be sure Ferris will keep you on the cutting edge, with innovative mower designs and technology, for years to come. Ferris mowers are the only mowers in the industry that offer patented suspension technology. Experience the difference suspension makes! Ferris…Go The Extra Yard!
To see all that Ferris has to offer, and to find a dealer near you please visit www.ferrisindustries.com
Last Friday night, Ryan Phelps bested a strong field of modifieds that checked in the pits with a popular 35 lap opening night win. The victory backed up his 2011 season ending win when he captured the SUNY Canton Hurricane 100 in October.
In the Nationwide Insurance IMCA Modifieds Ryan Scott made his weekly tow from Kingston, Ontario, Canada payoff. Scott was able to run down many time feature winner Rob Keller with three laps to go for his second ever Brewerton win.
Tim Devendorf, right out of the box showed that he’s ready to defend his Beaver River Distribution ESDCA Mod Lite Championship. Using the top of the speedway, Devendorf blasted his way to the opening night win.
Can ten wins be topped this season? Stephen Denton put win number-one in the record books as he tries to top his win total from the 2011 season in the Anchor Bar & Grill Four Cylinder Super Stocks.
Take your ticket stub to the Anchor Bar & Grill after the races and receive a dollar off your first drink.
The Anchor Bar & Grill is the place for racers and fans to hangout after a night of racing, for great fun, food and live entertainment. They are located just minutes from the Brewerton Speedway at 720 county route 37.
Gates will open this Friday April, 27 at 5:30 with the first green flag to wave at 7:30. Adult grandstand admission will be $12 with everyone 18 years old and younger admitted FREE to the grandstands. Pit admission is $27 for competitors – $30 Non-Competitors.
Any questions about the new suites or upcoming season please contact Cory Reed at (315) 638-4056 or by e-mail at [email protected] with all your questions.
Keep up with the tracks throughout the season by visiting www.brewertonspeedway.com and www.fultonspeedway.com, on each speedway’s Facebook accounts and on Twitter at twitter.com/Fultonspeedway and twitter.com/BrewertonSpdway