Rain Delay


Excessive Rains Postpone Saturday Super DIRT Week Events at Oswego Speedway to Sunday 

World of Outlaws and Big Blocks Continue at Fulton Speedway Tonight

Due to excessive rain and wet grounds, Saturday’s NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week schedule will move in its entirety to Sunday, for a blockbuster day of racing action including four feature events.

The World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series Kenny Wallace Dirt Racing Experience Saturday Night Special at Fulton Speedway will continue as planned, including the Big Block Modified “Win and You’re In” Feature for the 41st spot in Sunday’s Bud Light Main Event.


Triple 30s Shape Bud Light 300


First 30 Spots Locked in for Sunday's Bud Light 300

Varin, Friesen and Haers dominate Friday Night Lights Triple 30s

by Mandee Pauch


OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 7, 2016 — Camping World Friday Night Lights came to a head almost an hour into Saturday with the culmination of the Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modified Triple 30s that locked in another 24 spots for Sunday's Bud Light 300, the flagship of NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week. 


On Thursday, the first six spots were sealed during the Big Block Modified Time Trials: Matt Sheppard, Tim McCreadie, Justin Haers, Danny Varin, Carey Terrence,  and Brett Hearn. And unlike the Sportsman division — in which only one of the guaranteed-spot drivers chose to run the Triple 15s — all of the drivers ran in the Triple 30s. Varin and Haers each picked up wins, along with $4,000 checks. 

But more importantly, four-time Big Block Modified Super DIRT Week Champion Stewart Friesen — who missed the cut in Time Trials, in which he came in eighth — secured his spot immediately following the top six. 


First Woman to Win


Ladouceur Becomes First Woman to Win a NAPA Super DIRT Week Triple

Pelletier and Warner also win Triple 15 qualifier

by Brendan Capria


OSWEGO, N.Y. – Oct. 7, 2016 – DIRTcar Sportsman driver Brianna Ladouceur added to the long list of NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week unforgettable moments – 45 years of cherished history — Friday night. She became the first woman to win a NAPA Super DIRT Week Triple (or Twin, for that matter. 


“Well, I didn’t know [that I made history],” Ladouceur said. “That just made me feel 10 times better now.”


Ladouceur’s qualifier was earned, as there were many position changes within the 20-car field – mainly the runner-up position. In the opening laps, Kyle Inman jumped to the front from fourth; Matt Farham, who won one of the Sportsman Futures features earlier in the program, followed suit into the second spot.


Fuller and Dunn Earn Wins


Fuller and Dunn Earn Wins in Camping World Friday Night Lights 358 Modified Twin 25s

Joey Ladouceur Wins Futures Race

by Clayton Johns


OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 7, 2016 — Tim Fuller and Billy Dunn both claimed victories from the pole in twin 25-lap features for the DIRTcar 358 Modified Series during Camping World Friday Night Lights at the 45th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week.


Fuller earned the pole for the first 25-lap feature after setting quick time during Thursday’s time trial session. The pole position didn’t initially prove to be beneficial for Fuller as Brett Hearn jumped out to the point in the outside lane to lead the opening lap.


Mad Max Modified Futures


Max McLaughlin Fast and Flawless in Futures Feature

by Mandee Pauch

OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 7, 2016 — It was all 'Mad' Max McLaughlin as he dominated the Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modified Futures feature during the Camping World Friday Night Lights at Oswego Speedway.

“All of my guys at HBR did an awesome job. Uncle Bob got a great set of tires on this thing, and my dad got it hooked up. I can’t thank everybody enough that made this possible. We finally did it,” McLaughlin said in victory lane.


Friday Night Lights


Cheers to Our Country, Our Troops and Our Sport

Pre-race ceremony kicks off Camping World Friday Night Lights at NAPA Super DIRT Week

by Kayla May


Oswego, NY — Oct. 7, 2016 — Night racing at the 45th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week has been long in the making and worth the wait.


“It was a lot of work what we did to get to this point in 70 days. A project like this usually takes 8 months to do, so to finally kick it off means we’re here,” says Jeff Hachmann, Director of Events for DIRTcar Racing.