Greene’s Ale House Joins Team Tapout’s Barry Kingsley

OSWEGO, NY – When the 2015 Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super season takes the green flag on May 9 at Oswego Speedway, Barry Kingsley’s Team Tapout No. 91 machine will sport the Greene’s Ale House logo.

Greene's Ale House will join Oswego Speedway Small Block Super veteran Barry Kingsley in 2015.
Greene’s Ale House will join Oswego Speedway Small Block Super veteran Barry Kingsley in 2015.

Established in 1995, Greene’s Ale House is the premier venue in Oswego to watch a sporting event on one of its 12 56-inch big screens with stereo and surround sound capability.

Greene’s offers a huge covered deck area to cater drinking and dining and features a wide array of draft beers, wine, liquor, and an outstanding menu.

With daily food and drink specials, Greene’s is the perfect spot in Oswego to watch “All the Games, All the Time.”

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Greene’s will join Kingsley in 2015, as the former Mr. Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super looks to return to victory lane this season.

After battling early on in the 2014 season for the SBS championship, Kingsley finished seventh in the driver’s championship one year ago with three top five finishes and nine top ten runs.

Kingsley will join Team Tapout teammates Jason Simmons, JJ Andrews, and Jeremy Pitcher.

Greene’s Ale House will also join the Team Tapout Dirt Sportsman Modified in 2015, driven by former Oswego Speedway Supermodified and Small Block Super racer, Dan Kapuscinski.

Oswego Speedway’s 2015 racing season will kick off in just three weeks on May 9 with the 65th annual opening night celebration featuring the lid-lifters for the Novelis Supermodifieds and Pathfinder Bank SBS, as well as the 75-lap Richie Evans Memorial for the Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Series presented by Planet Fitness and Mitchell’s Speedway Press.

Pit gates will open on May 9 at 11:30 a.m. with practice getting underway at 1:30 p.m.

Time trials for Supermodifieds and SBS will be held at 4 p.m., with the first heat race of the season going green at 5 p.m.

General admission for the 65th annual opening night celebration will be $25, reserved seating $35, and pit admission $40.

Kids 16 and under with paid adult and active military with ID are free.

The Speedway will also hold an open practice session on May 2 from 1-5 p.m.

The practice is open to all cars competing at Oswego in 2015, with admission to the grandstands being free.

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