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The Lighthouse Lanes bowling center in Oswego will once again present the Oswego Speedway Bowling League during the upcoming off-season, set to begin on Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m.
As the annual RJ Kart Sales Fall Frenzy 200 inches closer at Oswego Kartway on Sept. 20, DJ Shuman and Shannon Pitcher will join Chris Natoli and Ricky Pritchard as front row starter’s for their respective 100-lap mains this weekend which will pay a minimum of $500 to each winner.
The 2014 Novelis Supermodified season is now in the books at Oswego Speedway, with David Danzer charging to victory in the 75 lap Sunoco Race of Champions finale for his third win of the season worth $3,000 on Sunday afternoon.
Oswego Speedway’s second nationally televised broadcast of the 2014 racing season will air Thursday, Sept. 11 at 8 p.m. Eastern and Pacific, featuring the tape delayed 28th annual running of the $10,000 to win Mr. Novelis Supermodified presented by Davis Bros. Inc. which took place at the Speedway on Aug. 2.
After the dust settled from another Budweiser International Classic 200, which saw Otto Sitterly grace victory lane for the fourth time in six years, the heralded Supermodified driver from Canajoharie, NY walked away from the ‘Steel Palace’ clearing over $25,000 in purse and contingency prizes.
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, 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.
In Thursday’s early morning hours, 1997 International Classic champion Davey Hamilton blistered Budweiser Classic Week testing with the new Nicotra Racing No. 6 Hawk Supermodified.
A total of 10 race cars clocked official times during Tuesday night’s Budweiser Classic Week test session at Oswego Speedway with Stephen Gioia III and Jason Simmons topping the charts in Supermodified and Small Block Super hot laps.