ULMS Super Late Models Back At Freedom Motorsports Park on Friday August 10
Delevan, NY- The excitement, speed and thunder of the ULMS Murphy’s Logging Super Late Models make their third of four visits to Freedom Motorsports Park on Friday, August 10. The 30 lap $2500 to win event is brought to you by Murphy’s Logging. Joining the Super Late Models will be the Cummings Trucking Street Stocks, NY6A Micro Sprints and the Pure Stocks in a $300 to win event. The green flag is scheduled for 7:30 pm on Friday, August 10.
Murphy’s Logging, located at 2228 Elton Road in Delevan, has been in business for 22 years. They are the premier logging contractor in Cattaraugus County. Give them a call at 716-353-4360 for all of your logging needs. Murphy’s Logging will be awarding $300 to the fast time trialer. The current Super Late Model record is 13.924, set by Max Blair on August 18, 2017.
The ULMS Murphy’s Logging Super Late Models at Freedom will feature the best drivers from New York and Pennsylvania in action.
Two multi time winning drivers will be making their first appearance of 2018 at Freedom this Friday. Chub Frank of Sugar Grove, Pennsylvania, and Boom Briggs of Bear Lake, Pennsylvania, who have travelled together on the road for years, will be among the many stars who will try to unseat Max Blair from Freedom’s victory lane. Frank is 10th all time in World of Outlaws feature event wins and Briggs has visited victory lane on the ULMS Tour. Blair, of Centerville, Pennsylvania is the current ULMS point leader, and is undefeated in 2018 at Freedom.
Although Blair has won both visits, he has had to work hard as Mike Maresca of Potsdam has chased him across the line in each race. They are the only two drivers to finish in the top five twice. Pennsylvanians Doug Eck of Cory and Dave Hess of Waterford along with New Yorkers Greg Oakes of Franklinville, Mike Wonderling of Wellsville, Dave Dubois of Corfu and Bryce Davis of Hornell have each garnered one top five.
The NY6A Micro Sprint Tour always puts on a great show at Freedom and it was Eric Wise of Wayland who took the top prize in June. The Pure Stocks will be making their first visit of the year and the Cummings Trucking Street Stocks have been added to the show. The Prime Time Energy Services Outlaw Modifieds and the Danny Heineman & Sons Mini Stocks will be off this week.
The Murphy’s Logging ULMS Super Late Models return for their final appearance on Big Dog Saturday, September 15, when they will compete in the Mike Duke Duclan Memorial.
Come out and experience the special “Thrill on the Hill” excitement that the ULMS Murphy’s Logging Super Late Models produce at the area’s fastest racetrack. Grandstands open at 6:00 pm and racing starts at 7:30 pm on Friday May 26. Adult admission for this special event is $17, seniors are $15, students (9-15) are $8 and kids under 8 are admitted free.
Freedom Motorsports Park is located at 11099 Marble Springs Rd. in Delevan, N.Y., just south of Arcade. For information on 2018 season sponsorship opportunities, contact Bob Reis at email@example.com or 716-725-5464. You may visit the speedway online at www.freedommotorsportspark.com or follow us on Facebook.
FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK MODIFIED DIVISION JOINS AMERICAN RACER CUP FOR 2018
DELEVAN, NY – Freedom Motorsports Park Modified racers will have the opportunity to compete for big rewards in 2018.
On Friday night during the speedway’s year-end Awards Banquet, Freedom promoter Bob Reis announced the one-third-mile oval would join the American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco in 2018. American Racer will be the tire of choice at Freedom next season in the Modified ranks and competitors will see the benefits of the Cup.
“After looking over all the benefits of the American Racer Cup and hearing from racers, this was an easy decision,” Reis said. “Our drivers stand to benefit a lot from what the Cup has to offer.”
With Freedom now an American Racer Cup track, Modified drivers will be eligible to compete for the $36,000 overall point fund and $2,850 Insinger Performance North Region cash in addition to numerous tire giveaways.
Competitors from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, by simply racing at their home track(s), have the opportunity to share in rewards thanks to the American Racer Cup and sponsors Sunoco Race Fuels, Lias Tire and Insinger Performance. Freedom now joins that group.
At year-end, Modified competitors (top-15 American Racer Cup overall as ranked among the participating tracks) will share in a $36,000 cash point fund. Rankings are determined by a driver’s 10 best finishes at a participating speedway, with a car count bonus issued at year end.
The overall Modified point fund for 2018 is as follows: 1) $10,000; 2) $5,000; 3) $4,000; 4) $3,500; 5) $2,500; 6) $2,000; 7) $1,750; 8) $1,500; 9) $1,250; 10) $1,000; 11) $900; 12) $800; 13) $700; 14) $600; 15) $500.
Bruce Insinger of Insinger Performance has posted another $5,700 in regional cash ($2,850 to each region). Drivers in both the North and South regions will be eligible for the following point fund: 1) $1,000; 2) $750; 3) $500; 4) $350; 5) $250. Freedom falls in the North Region point battle.
Each track is eligible for 12 tires to be given away during the season, not to mention pre-season drawings for registered drivers and a ‘Dog Days of Summer’ tire given away on August 1 to each speedway’s point leader.
At year-end, the top-five in the American Racer Cup individual track points will receive: champion – five tires; second – four tires; third – three tires; fourth – two tires; fifth – one tire.
Additionally, the American Racer Cup is one half of a huge bonus program teamed with the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco. Should a driver win the overall American Racer Cup and both the North and South regions of the STSS, they will collect a $25,000 cash bonus courtesy of Sunoco and Insinger Performance. A driver winning the American Racer Cup overall and the North or South STSS will pocket $10,000 cash.
Freedom Motorsports Park added an ‘outlaw’ Modified division allowing big- and small-block Modified combinations for the ’17 season on Friday nights. Car counts grew throughout the season and Adam Hilton earned the inaugural Modified championship.
The American Racer Cup partnership boosts Freedom’s Modified division entering its second year.
Freedom becomes the 14th facility to participate in the ’18 American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco.
Freedom Motorsports Park, located at 11909 Marble Springs Road in Delevan, N.Y., is a multiple-use motorsports facility featuring a one-third-mile clay oval. Weekly stock car racing takes place on Friday nights at 7:30 p.m. from May through September. Freedom is on the web at www.freedommotorsportspark.com.
To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.
2017 Stock Car Banquet Info:
Banquet will be held at the Delavan Fireman’s Training Center on Friday November 10. It will begin at 7:00pm until? Dinner will be catered by Chevettas as it was last year. Chicken, roast beef, shells and sauce, augratin potatoes, veggies, salad, desserts, beer, wine, and pop. Awards to follow. It was a great time last year! Tickets are $30 per person. Please send a head count and payment to 3005 Walden Ave. Depew NY 14043. Make checks out to Freedom Motorsports Park. Any questions can be sent to Freedommotorsportspark@yahoo.com.
2018 Freedom Registration Info
The following Registration Forms are required to be filled out and submitted to the track (along with any applicable fee) before you will be allowed to compete at Freedom Motorsports Park. The forms are located at the bottom of the track’s homepage page at http://www.freedommotorsportspark.com/
*Driver Info Sheet
*Foar Score Application
The Registration fee prior to May 13 is $35 ($20-car/$15 Foar Score) for Modified, Street Stocks or Mini Stocks. If you have a current Foar Score membership, you will only be required to pay $20. The Foar Score fee is to receive point fund money.
The Registration fee starting May 13 (opening night) will be $40 ($25-car/$15 Foar Score). We recommend you register before opening night to avoid the $5 increase and to speed up the opening night process.
Sportsman competitors will run under Dirtcar in 2017 and will be required to purchase a Dirtcar license. Dirtcar forms and information may be obtained online at www.dirtcarmembers.com. Sportsman competitors will only have to pay the track the $15 Foar Score fee. If you buy your Dirtcar license at Freedom, you will be provided a free membership in Foar Score.
THIS IS MANDATORY FOR ALL SPORTSMAN COMPETITORS IN 2017! PLEASE READ, AND ANY QUESTIONS CAN BE HANDLED BY CONTACTING BOB OR EMAILING THE TRACK AT Freedommotorsportspark@yahoo. WE CAN HANDLE THE MEMBERSHIP FOR YOU AND AS A BONUS, IF DONE WITH THE TRACK WE WILL PICK UP YOUR FOAR SCORE MEMBERSHIP!
DIRTcar Racing Membership Required for All
All Division drivers must have a DIRTcar License to participate
and receive benefits
CONCORD, N.C. – March 2, 2017 – Starting with the first events of 2017, any participants of a
DIRTcar-sanctioned event will be required to hold a DIRTcar Racing membership. Any division
without 100 percent membership participation will be at risk of violating the sanction agreement
and suspension of the sanction by DIRTcar Racing.
A one-night weekly sanctioned track temporary membership (for the traveling racer) will be
accepted provided the driver completes the full application. However, temporary one-event
memberships do not qualify for Regional and National points, insurance and appeal benefits
provided to full DIRTcar members or Series events.
The practice of a mandatory membership is common in sports, including motorsports, creating a
mutually beneficial relationship between the drivers and the point fund, rule book, official
decisions and appeals.
DIRTcar members participate in state, regional and national divisional point funds for drivers and
tracks; where in 2016, over $550,000.00 was distributed to members. Members also receive
discounted entry fees and/or discounted pit entry fees at selected events.
One benefit that every driver hopes never to take advantage of is the $50,000 DIRTcar Member
Benefit Supplemental Participant Accident Policy over a track supplied deductible of $15,000.
Boom Briggs, a Late Model Driver and DIRTcar Racing Member sustained an injury during the
2016 season that sidelined him for more than two months. A recent DirtonDirt.com article
highlighted the benefits he received from his DIRTcar membership, and how happy he was to
have had them.
“I got a check for $3,200 a couple weeks ago from [World Racing Group’s] insurance company,”
said Briggs to DirtonDirt.com. “Thankfully my wife had good [health] insurance I’m under, but [the
insurance from World Racing Group] took every out-of-pocket expense I had and paid it. They
covered all my deductibles, all my co-pays, the emergency room, my therapies, I’ve had to pay
zero [overall] because of that. I want that mentioned because I’m very, very thankful for that.
That’s why I’ll always buy that DIRTcar UMP license… to qualify for that insurance.”
To find out how to become a DIRTcar Racing member, visit ww
FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK SPRING ENDURO
We will be holding a 100 lap enduro on Sunday May 6th.. We have a registration and rules forms for the enduro by clicking on the links below. The enduro rules are the same ones used at Genesee Speedway WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE RUBBER BUMPER COVERS NEED TO BE REMOVED. It will pay a $700 to win, 200 for second and 100 for third.. All rules and entry blanks are up. Pre registration will be until April 28th for enduro. Early registration determines starting order. (It also ensures we have cars to do the event!) Any question will be fielded promptly at freedommotorsportspark@YAHOO.COM
SCEDUELE AS FOLLOWS:
PIT GATES OPEN AT 10:00AM
INSPECTION BEGINS AT 10:00 AT TECH BUILDING for enduros and safety inspection.
GRANDSTAND GATES OPEN 12:00
ENDURO STARTS 1 ish
Rules and registration form for the Freedom Enduro Registration 2018 spring
WE HAVE AQUIRED A MYLAPS TIMING AND SCORING SYSTEM FOR 2016! ALL MODIFIEDS AND SPORTSMAN WILL BE REQUIRED TO HAVE A TRANSPONDER. STREET STOCKS AND MINI STOCKS WILL NOT BE REQUIRED TO RUN THEM BUT ARE INCOURAGED TO RUN THEM AS THERE IS ALOT OF INFORMATION THAT CAN BE GAINED BY THE TEAMS ONLINE ABOUT THEIR CARS PERFORMANCE. WE WILL BE LIVE TIME ONLINE EVERY NIGHT SO YOU GAN GET LAPTIMES AND FINISHING POSITIONS ON A SMARTPHONE WITH AN DOWNLOADED APP. WE WILL BE PLACING ORDERS FOR TRANSPONDERS AT A DICOUNTED PRICE FOR THOSE TEAMS DO NOT CURRENTLY HAVE ONE. WE WILL ALSO HAVE A VERY FEW FOR RENT NIGHTLY. THE STAFF FEELS THIS WILL HELP WITH LINE UPS ON RESTARTS AND OTHER SCORING QUESTIONS. WE WILL BE USING THE RED TRANSPONDERS AND THE NEW X-2 TRANSPONDER. DIRECT ALL QUESTIONS TO FREEDOMMOTORSPORTSPARK@YAHOO.COM AND YOU WILL BE CONTACTED PROMPTLY.
RULES ARE UP IN RULE SECTION!
We would like to welcome VP Racing Fuels and Insinger Performance -the official fuel of Freedom Motorsports Park.
** ATTENTION ALL RACE TEAMS **
All race teams that race at Freedom Motorsports Park this year must have a working raceceiver in their car on frequency 454.000 at all times. Also all teams will have to fill out a W-9 FORM and CAR REGISTRATION FORM and a FOAR SCORE MEMBERSHIP FORM if they are running for points during the year. There are links on our website for all forms below and can be mailed in or they will be available at the Olean mall or Hamburg car show to fill out. Only one FOAR SCORE membership is needed to run all tracks in the area. There will also be a $35 registration fee ($20 without FOAR SCORE) per car. These forms need to be filled out before you will be paid after your first race. Thank you for your cooperation, mailing address for the forms will be 3005 Walden Avenue Depew New York 14043. – thanks Bob.
Sahlen’s: The official hot dog of Freedom Motorsport Park
All rule books are up on Rules page
schedule is up.