USAC Silver Crown Series Joins ‘Racing’s Biggest Party’ during NAPA Super DIRT Week in October 2014 at the N.Y. State Fairgrounds
Open-wheel stars join stout field of Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds, DIRTcar 358-Modifieds, DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds and DIRTcar Pro Stocks at Syracuse
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Nov. 20, 2013 – Al Unser topped Mario Andretti and a field of open-wheel superstars the first time the USAC Silver Crown Series raced at the New York State Fairgrounds “Moody Mile” in 1974. Now, 40 years after that historic event, the USAC Silver Crown Series will return in October 2014 to Syracuse during the 43rd annual NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week.
The USAC Silver Crown Series will tackle the Mile on Saturday, Oct. 11, along with the showcase 150-mile event for the DIRTcar 358-Modified Series. The DIRTcar Sportsman Modified feature will shift to Sunday, Oct. 12, where it will join the DIRTcar Pro Stock event and the Super DIRTcar Series’ premier $50,000-to-win Syracuse 200.
“We’re excited to bring the Silver Crown Series back to Syracuse,” said USAC President Kevin Miller. “Super DIRT Week is such an historic event, and we are definitely looking forward to putting on a show for the passionate race fans that have been going there for more than 40 years.”
NAPA Super DIRT Week XLII At The New York State Fairgrounds Lived Up To Its Billing As ‘Racing’s Biggest Party!’ In 2013
Memorable Week Pushes DIRTcar Racing’s Fall Spectacular Toward ’14 With Plenty Of Momentum
SYRACUSE, NY – Oct. 24, 2013 – After taking some time to reflect on NAPA Super DIRT Week XLII at the New York State Fairgrounds, DIRTcar Northeast Director of Sales of Marketing Jeff Hachmann came to one conclusion about the fall spectacular of speed known as ‘Racing’s Biggest Party!’
“It was one of the best NAPA Super DIRT Weeks ever,” pronounced Hachmann. “From the downright wonderful weather to the energized atmosphere around the Fairgrounds to the dramatic race finishes, it was an event to remember. Anyone who wasn’t able to attend this year had better make plans to be there in 2014 because the momentum behind NAPA Super DIRT Week seems to be at an alltime high.”
Dunn Lives A Dream With Dramatic Victory In Syracuse 200 To End NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week XLII
One Day After Losing 358-Modified 150 On Final Lap, Good Fortune Vaults Young Driver To First-Ever Super DIRTcar Series Win
By Kevin Kovac, DIRTcar Racing P.R.
SYRACUSE, NY – Oct. 13, 2013 – Billy Dunn experienced the highs and lows of the fabled New York State Fairgrounds in one amazing weekend.
Twenty-four hours after suffering a crushing last-lap defeat at the Moody Mile, Dunn combined cagey strategy with a healthy dose of good fortune to score a dramatic star-making victory in the 42nd annual Syracuse 200 big-block Modified classic that capped NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week XLII.Read more...