Decker and Rouse Triumph at Brewerton


Decker Soars to Hurricane 100 Triumph at Brewerton

Rouse Does the Rooftop Two-Step in Sportsman Division

by Clayton Johns and Brandon Capria

CENTRAL SQUARE, N.Y. – Oct. 6, 2016 – Billy Decker led more than 75 laps in front of an excellent Brewerton Speedway crowd Thursday night to win the 24th Annual Billy Whittaker Cars & Trux Hurricane 100 presented by SUNY Canton Racing during the 45th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week.


The win was the first of Decker’s career at Brewerton on the DIRTcar 358 Modified Series tour. It didn’t come easy, but the “Franklin Flyer” certainly made it exciting. He owed the win to his No. 46 team.


“It’s been a long time coming,” Decker said. “I’m just happy to be here. I can’t thank Jeremy Smith and his entire team enough. These guys are all pumped and I’m just tickled because they’re very exciting to be around. They’re working really hard and it’s nice to see it pay dividends.”


Sheppard Sets Fast Time


Matt Sheppard Scores the Pole for Sunday’s Bud Light 300

by Mandee Pauch

OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 6, 2016 — Super DIRTcar Series points leader Matt Sheppard was the only Big-Block Modified driver to break into the 22-second bracket on Thursday with a lap time of 22.783 seconds, earning him the Pole Position Raceway Fast Time Award and the pole for the Bud Light 300 on Sunday for the 45th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week.


Sixty-one Big-Block Modifieds took part in Thursday’s time trials, which locked in the top six to the starting line-up for the Bud Light 300 and the line-up for Friday night’s Triple 30s: Matt Sheppard, Tim McCreadle, Justin Haers, Danny Varin, Carey Terrance, and Brett Hearn.


Fuller Grabs Pole


Tim Fuller Grabs the Pole for Riccelli-Northern Salute the Troops 150

by Clayton Johns

OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 6, 2016 — Tim Fuller was the only driver to crack the 22-second bracket as his lap time of 22.829 seconds earned him the pole for the DIRTcar 358 Modified Series Riccelli-Northern Salute the Troops 150 at the 45th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week.

Fuller was the first car to hit the track for time trials after fastest time in the noon practice session. He took full advantage of his qualifying position to grab the pole for Saturday’s 358 Modified main event.

“I was so close to the wall. You have to nip the wall down here in turn one and I can’t believe I didn’t hit it,” Fuller said following time trials. “That’s all we had to do – we just had to hit it right.”


Back to Oswego in 2017


NAPA Super DIRT Week Will Return to Oswego Speedway in 2017

The 46th Running of Racing’s Biggest Party to Continue at Oswego Speedway


OSWEGO, N.Y. – Oct. 6, 2016 – DIRTcar Racing announced today that NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week will remain at Oswego Speedway in 2017.


After 44 years of running NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week at the Moody Mile, Racing’s Biggest Party found a new home at Oswego Speedway in 2016. Over the last three months, the historic Oswego Speedway has undergone a major renovation to set the stage for the first NAPA Super DIRT Week away from the fairgrounds. For the first time since 1952, the “Steel Palace” is now covered in over 500 truckloads of clay for this event.


"With support from Governor Cuomo, the State of New York, and incredible fans and sponsors, we are excited to announce that the State of New York has committed the resources that will allow Super DIRT Week to return to Oswego Speedway in 2017,” said DIRTcar Racing CEO Brian Carter. "Over the last several months we've developed a great relationship with John and Eric Torrese and their team as we took on an extensive overhaul project to ready the historic Oswego Speedway for Racing’s Biggest Party. The infrastructure is now here, the support from the fans and sponsors has been tremendous, and we look forward to improving on 2016 and making 2017 at Oswego Speedway the best Super DIRT Week yet.”


Rudolph Shines Bright at Weedsport


Rudolph Shines Bright at Weedsport in 358-Modified Division

Root Brothers hold ground to finish on podium in Sportsman Class

by Clayton Johns and Brendan Capria


WEEDSPORT, N.Y. - Oct. 5, 2016 - Erick Rudolph and Todd Root kicked-off the 45th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week with victories Wednesday night in the 358-Modified and Sportsman class at Weedsport Speedway. The speedway's Super DIRT Week Kick Off Party attracted more than 100 drivers to the 3/8-mile oval between the two DIRTcar Racing divisions.


One Day Down, Four More to Enjoy


Big Blocks Hit First Dirt at Oswego for a Beautiful First Day of NAPA Super DIRT Week

OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 5, 2016 — An unusually warm fall day set the scene for NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week's first day of practice at Oswego Speedway. The event officially kicked off at noon when over 35 race cars took to the streets of Oswego, New York for a procession through town. The stage was then set for the Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds to hit the newly covered dirt track for the very first time.


"I think the track is going to race well," said four-time Super DIRT Week Champion Stewart Friesen. "It was a little narrow there at practice, but we had to start somewhere. We had to get a base down and get it hard and slick. I'm looking forward to it. It's a good atmosphere. It's got that Super DIRT Week Syracuse vibe to it."