Novelis Supermodifieds Return to Action Saturday on Driver Autograph Night at Oswego Speedway

OSWEGO, NY – The Novelis Supermodifieds will return to Oswego Speedway on Saturday for the fourth round of their Road to the Championship schedule as a part of Driver Autograph Night at the Speedway presented by Century 21 Galloway Realty and www.OswegoCountyToday.com

Saturday night’s jam packed schedule, which includes a 50-lap Novelis Supermodified main and a 30-lap Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super main, also features the always popular driver autograph session at 5 p.m. as well as free hot dog combo meals for all fathers in attendance in observance of Father’s Day Weekend.

Oswego Speedway will see a flurry of activity Saturday with a driver autograph session set for 5 p.m.
Oswego Speedway will see a flurry of activity Saturday with a driver autograph session set for 5 p.m.

Father’s in attendance at the Speedway on Saturday night will receive a special promotional coupon that can be redeemed at the Speedway’s concession windows for their free hot dog combo meal valued at $6.75.

The driver autograph session will follow the completion of hot laps at 5 p.m., as all fans are welcomed to join the Speedway’s competitors on the track’s front straight away to meet their favorite driver and get an autograph.

Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super heat racing will start the night’s racing action following the autograph session at 6:30 p.m.

There have been three different Novelis Supermodified winners in as many races so far this season, with David Danzer, Otto Sitterly, and Randy Ritskes all gracing Turning Stone Resort Casino Victory Lane.

Sitterly currently holds the championship point lead over Ritskes by 51-markers, with Dave Gruel sitting in the third spot 59-points out of the lead.

Danzer, the Novelis Supermodified Kickoff champion, is fourth in the standings so far this season with Pat Lavery rounding out the top five positions in the battle for the championship.

Jessica Zemken, who has top ten finishes in each of her last two races at the Speedway, has jumped to ninth in the overall driver standings as of the Spring Championship held back on May 31.

Joe Gosek, Michael Muldoon, Tim Devendorf, and Jeff Abold fill the top ten spots in the championship.

Andrew Schartner and Mike Bond continue their battle for supremacy in the Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super championship.

Schartner has finished in the top five in all four SBS events this season and holds a 7-point edge on Bond for the top spot in the title hunt.  Schartner also holds the distinct honor of currently being the only driver in either division with more than one main event win this season.

Track record holder Jack Patrick, Steve Abt, and Kreig Heroth are the top five in the standings as of June 7.

With podium finishes last week, Anthony Losurdo and Alex Hoag have made big gains in the standings.

After his first career win last Saturday, Losurdo is now tied with Hoag for seventh in the championship.

Hoag, who did not start the first main event of the season, is miraculously only 78-points out of the championship lead thanks to top ten finishes in every other main he has competed in, including two top five finishes in the No. 73.

Feature winner Mike Bruce, Jon Tesoriero, and Josh Kerr complete the top ten in the championship standings.

Pit gates open at 2 p.m. on June 14 with grandstand gates opening and hot laps beginning at 3:30 p.m.

General admission seating is available for only $15 with Price Chopper Tickets to Go again available at any Price Chopper Supermarkets store for only $14.

Once again in 2014, kids 16 and under will be admitted free of charge with a paid adult with active military also admitted free with ID.

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