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
Sitterly Leads Gruel by Narrow Margin Heading into Race of Champions Weekend
OSWEGO, NY (September 5, 2014) – Oswego Speedway’s year-long Road to the Championship in the Novelis Supermodified and Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super divisions will come down to SUNOCO Race of Champions Weekend September 13-14.
The Race of Champions is the second oldest consecutively run auto racing event in the United States, second only to the Indianapolis 500. This year the RoC will not only be highlighted by the Sunoco Modified 200, but Oswego Speedway’s staple divisions will crown their champions across two days. Continue reading Oswego Speedway Supermodified Championship to be Settled Race of Champions Weekend
Otto Sitterly Now Third on All-Time International Classic Win List
OSWEGO, NY (August 31, 2014) – Despite an extra distance of 209 laps and a rain delayed start in Oswego Speedway’s 58th annual Budweiser International Classic 200 on Sunday, which saw two late race green-white-checkered attempts, Canajoharie, NY pilot Otto Sitterly once again reigned supreme in the Classic as he drove away from the 34 car field for his fourth career International Classic triumph worth well over $18,000.
The victory, Sitterly’s fourth in the last six years, takes him one step higher on the all-time International Classic win list now trailing only five-time champion Eddie Bellinger Jr., and six-time champions Greg Furlong, Bentley Warren, and Nolan Swift.
After starting the Classic from the tenth place in the Nicotra Racing No. 7, Sitterly methodically worked his way to the runner-up spot by lap 74, then took the point from early leader and pole sitter Joey Payne after he went to pit road for adjustments at lap 79.
Once out front, Sitterly was never again headed over the course of the last 120 laps, leaving several outstanding battles behind him from second on back. Continue reading Sitterly Goes the Distance to Win Fourth International Classic at Oswego Speedway