Marcuccilli on Pole for Third Straight Year

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Marcuccilli on Pole for Third Straight Year

by Bill Foley

OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 5, 2018 — Over ninety DIRTcar Sportsmen went under the clocks on late friday afternoon in hopes of garnering one of the six "locked in" spots for Sunday's Chevy Performance 75.

Dave Marcuccilli captured the pole position.

Just seconds after Adam McAuliffe had knocked Jackson Gill off the pole with a 22.197 lap, the driver of the M1 sent McAuliffe to outside the front row with a 22.190.


Top Six Big-Block Modifieds are Locked In

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Top Six Big-Block Modifieds are Locked in on Fast Times

OSWEGO, NY – Oct. 5, 2018 – The Big-Block Modifieds of the Super DIRTcar Series took Hot Laps and Time-Trials today to lock in the Top 6 starting positions and found out what their cars have for the 5/8-mile Oswego Speedway. The Baldwinsville Bandit Jimmy Phelps took the Teo Pro Car Pole Award with a time of 21.233.


Fuller Leads 358 Modified Time Trials


Fuller Leads DIRTcar 358 Modified Time Trials

by Rob Knowles

OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 5, 2018 — Tim Fuller claimed the DIRTcar 358 Modified Fast Time Award with a lap time of 20.899 in his Number One Speed Equipment 3rs machine.

“The Slack team prepares great cars for Oswego,” Fuller said. “We definitely don’t come here to lose.”


Dave Marcuccilli Title Contender With Brewerton Win

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Dave Marcuccilli Title Contender With Brewerton Win

By Bill Foley

Entering Brewerton Speedway's Hurricane 100 night of racing Dave Marcuccilli was 33 points behind Brad Rouse in the chase for the Mr. Dirt crown. With Marcuccilli winning his second series event in as many nights that gap might have been trimmed down just a bit more.


Wight Bookends Brewerton’s Hurricane 100

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Wight Bookends Brewerton's Hurricane 100

CENTRAL SQUARE, N.Y. – Larry Wight picked up the victory in the Hurricane 100 358-Modified Series event at Brewerton Speedway as a part of NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week XLVII.

Wight took advantage of Steve Bernier's lap-98 miscue in turn two and drove on to win the 100-lap main event. A full field of 30 cars were led to the green flag by Wight and Michael Parent. Wight got the advantage on the outside and would go on to lead the first 35 laps.
After a yellow flag and restart on lap-36, Erick Rudolph soared to the lead from the outside of the first turn. Rudolph led comfortably until heavy lapped traffic ran two-wide on lap-52, slowing Rudolph's progress and allowing Wight to pull back within striking distance.
On lap-55, Rudolph caught a rut in the middle of the third and fourth turns, which upset his machine and allowed Wight to power by while working the rim on the extreme outside groove.



Beyond the Racing at NAPA Super DIRT Week

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Racing, Friends, Family, Fun...  There's More Than One Reason It's a New York Tradition

OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 4, 2018 — Fans from at least eighteen states and three different countries have gathered at Oswego Speedway this week for NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week XLVII. While they've come to hear the rumble of 800-plus horsepower power-plants breaking into the 5/8-mile Clay Palace, the appeal of NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week transcends the racing.