Trump Brothers Clean House in Oswego Kartway’s Kickoff

OSWEGO, NY – Oswego Kartway’s first laps of feature racing action took place on May 23 presented by DS Humphreys.  Unfortunately, only four divisions completed their main events due to a heavy rain shower that passed over the Kartway at the beginning of the Stock Light feature.

The seven main events that were not completed will be made up over the course of the next two weeks at the Kartway.

Tyler Trump drove to victory in Sr. Blue Clone as a part of Oswego Kartway's Kickoff event on May 23.
Tyler Trump drove to victory in Sr. Blue Clone as a part of Oswego Kartway’s Kickoff event on May 23.

Stock Light, Clone Heavy, and Stock 425 will complete their 30-lap main events before the racing action begins on May 30.

Clone Light, Clone 425, BSP Clone, and Champ/Open will complete their 30-lap main events before the racing action begins on June 6.

All junior classes were able to complete their shows on May 23 with the Trump brothers, Dylan and Tyler, showing the fast way around the Bull Ring.

Dylan Trump drove his No. 28 machine to victory in Jr. Blue Clone last Friday in a great battle over Britney Baum and a hard charging Seth Perrin.

Perrin was the early race leader in Jr. Blue, but spun in the second corner surrendering the lead and restarting in the back of the pack.  After the restart Perrin was able to charge back to third, but did not have enough to chase down and pass both Trump and Baum at the front.

Sean Simmons and Robert Philips completed the top five positions in Jr. Blue Clone.

Dylan’s brother, Tyler Trump, proved to be the driver to beat in Sr. Blue Clone over defending Junior Driver of the Year Josh Ostrander.  Trump and Ostrander put on a great show at the front of the field, after each won their qualifying heat races.

Nick Snyder, son of International Classic champion Tim Snyder, took third in Sr. Blue ahead of Kyle Valley and Seth Baum.

Other feature winners on Friday included Logan Abbott in Jr. Green Clone and Madison Baum in Jr. Purple Clone.

Last Friday’s senior classes would only complete heat races.

Heat winners included Chris Knight, Nick Demling, DJ Shuman, Eric Raponi, Kevin Baltz, Ricky Pritchard, Barry Goodney, Paul Fountaine, Chris Natoli, Randy Knight, and Alan Lane.

Nate Schultzkie won two qualifying heats on Friday in different classes.

Schultzkie went on to victory in both Clone Light and BSP Clone heats driving his No. 10 with new sponsor Murphy’s Automotive.  Murphy’s Automotive is located at 21 Fred Haynes Blvd. in Oswego Town, and you can learn more about them at

Oswego Kartway will return to action May 30 with Cooper Custom Canvas Night at the Races.

Pit gates will open for competitors on May 30 beginning at 4:30 p.m. with hot laps scheduled to hit the Kartway at 6:45 p.m.

Stock Light, Clone Heavy, and Stock 425 will begin hot laps on Friday at 6:45 p.m. as each will hot lap in their respective divisions. Regular hot laps will follow at the conclusion of those three sessions.

The makeup features will hit the track following warm-ups at approximately 7:15 p.m. with May 30 heat racing to follow after a small break to set lineups.

Entry fees for Kartway members will be set at $15 while non-member entry fees are $18, with pit passes included. Pit passes will also be available for spectators for just $10.

Friday night’s racing program will based on the points earned handicap system.

As always spectators are welcome to come to the Kartway and enjoy the racing action with a full concession stand available. Spectator admission is just $5 per car load.

Kartway events run May through September on most Friday nights, culminating with the Fall Frenzy 200 Championships on September 20.

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To speak with a Kartway representative call Oswego Speedway at (315) 342-0646.