Jeff Abold Breaks through for First Career Oswego Supermodified Victory; Dave Danzer Shares Twin 35 Victory Lane
OSWEGO, NY (June 19, 2016) – Oswego Speedway’s Novelis Supermodified Twin 35’s have produced several first time winners through the years including last season, and last night the streak continued as second generation Supermodified pilot Jeff Abold finally broke the ice to score his first Oswego Supermodified victory in the second twin event of the night presented by Burke’s Do-It-Best Home Centers and A&P Auto Parts, driving his home-built racer. Abold becomes the 13th different driver to earn his first career win in a Twin 35 main event at Oswego, scoring the 23rd overall Supermodified victory for the Abold family as father Pat, the 1992 Oswego Speedway track champion, visited Oswego victory lane on 22 occasions. As fate would have it, father Pat also scored a Twin 35 victory 22 years ago to … Read More →
Source: Abold Wins First Oswego Speedway Supermodified Feature
Pat Lavery, Dalton Doyle Score Spring Championship Victories at Oswego Speedway
OSWEGO, NY (June 11, 2016) – In just his fourth start driving the Graham Racing Novelis Supermodified, longtime Oswego Speedway veteran Pat Lavery cruised to Turning Stone Resort Casino Victory Lane in the Speedway’s Spring Championship, presented by C’s Beverage Center and Century 21 Galloway Realty, to earn his second career Oswego victory and first since June of 2013. Just two weeks ago Lavery ended the Shampine Memorial with a destroyed racecar after hitting the inside hub rail in turn two. Then on Friday night a blown rear end during Fast Friday testing kept the team up until the early morning hours making repairs. However, come race day Lavery paced the field for the full 50 circuits from the outside of the front row, despite constant pressure from fourth place starter Keith Shampine and a late charge from title … Read More →
Source: Lavery Leads All Laps, Wins at Oswego
The Nuts and Bolts of Adjusting Supermodified Ride Height
By Group R Motorsports owner Bob Bogwicz
If a super uses torsion bars to hold up the corners of the racecar, the race team uses an adjuster bolt to change ride height.
We talked about the importance of the ride height of a race car and how it affects suspension geometry and overall handling.
For this weeks pit-side chat, we are going to discuss the ways that ride height is adjusted on the supermodifieds that hit the pavement at Oswego Speedway.
On today’s supermodified, ride height can be adjusted in one of two manners: the coil-over adjuster nut or the torsion bar adjuster bolt. Continue reading Supermodified Tech: How to Adjust Ride Height