June 9 2020
We continue to (im)patiently wait out the Covid-19 Pandemic and remain closed at this time. However, we are encouraged by recent progress made across the state and are hopeful we will get the green light soon.
Some New York tracks have begun to schedule and host spectator-free events and we are happy they have been granted permission to do so. The Governor’s office recently updated a somewhat ambiguous executive order to formally permit auto racing in that format. That is a great sign, and anticipate it will lead to spectators being permitted in the near future, which is when we will open our doors.
Looking forward, we will continue to monitor all happenings out of Albany, and update our schedule accordingly. Hopefully we will be able to announce a 2020 opening day soon. Also we would hope to get our Enduro in and possibly some practice.
We thank you for your patience and support. We also wish our great racing community continued good health as we collectively put “NY on Pause” to bed and get back on track.
Keep checking our Social Media pages and websites for the latest updates as we move towards the first green flag of the 2020 racing season.
Just wanted to give everyone an update, as we are upon the practice and enduro weekend. Unfortunately it is not good news, as we will have to put all activities on an indefinite hold in 2020 until further notice.
The “New York State on PAUSE” executive order, which is in effect until May 15, has closed all non-essential business and canceled “non-essential gatherings of individuals of any size for any reason”. When the PAUSE order restrictions for our area are lifted there could be continued restrictions on gatherings for public events.
Speedway management and track officials will continue to monitor the situation and make adjustments to the season schedule once restrictions are lifted. These decisions will be made in the best interest of the health and well-being of our competitors, staff and spectators. At this time there does not seem to be any headway being made for a projected date where we will be allowed to operate in any capacity, so instead of constantly rescheduling lost dates, we will pause.
Please keep checking back for updates on our Facebook page and website at Freedommotorsportspark.com as news becomes available.
Please everyone, stay safe and hope to see everyone of you soon…..at a race track!
MAY 3RD ENDURO REGISTRATION IS POSTED AT NEAR THE BOTTOM OF PAGE BY MYLAPS. CLICK THE LINK FOR THE ENTRY/RULES PAGE. PRE REG CLOSES ON MAY 1ST. WE WILL GET THESE IN! DATE RESCEDULE IS MAY 17TH, AND WE WILL MAKE ANOTHER IF NEEDED.
As we wait for clearance to open the race track for the year, we would like to recognize our class sponsors for the 2020:…..Cummings Trucking Bandits and Street Stocks, IronListing.com Mini Stocks, Bellinger Electric Sportsman, Close Racing Supply Pro/Econo Mod, PrimeTime Energy Services Super Late Models. Thank you to these great partners for their support of local racing at Freedom Motorsports Park!!
2020 SCHEDULE IS ON SCHEDULE PAGE
2020 rules are updated and pro/econo mod rules are up in rules section!!!
BLAIR WINS HIS THIRD MIKE ‘DUKE’ DUCLON MEMORIAL AT FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK
DELEVAN, NY…With Friday’s remainder of the first day of Fall Classic weekend run Saturday afternoon due to an area power outage the night before, racers and fans had a sort of ‘day/night doubleheader’ at Freedom Motorsports Park, as the evening show featured a return of the Zimmers Serivce Center United Late Model Series (ULMS) for the running of the Mike ‘Duke’ Duclon Memorial. The Big Block/Small Block Modifieds had an Outlaw 200 Qualifier event, and the Street Stocks, Pure Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits were also a part of the evening card, presented by Upstate Auto Group, Murphy Logging, and Previty Auto Wrecking.
The Zimmers Service Center ULMS ‘Duke’ Duclon Memorial started with Chub Frank grabbing the lead from Mike Maresca. Max Blair took second from Maresca on a lap 2 restart, then ran down Frank and passed him at the one third mark of the 30-lap distance to take the lead. Blair pulled away from Frank as Maresca fell into a battle with Boom Briggs and Greg Oakes. Blair was able to keep his advantage through lapped traffic over the final laps to take the win, his third Duclon Memorial title. Frank, Maresca, Briggs, and Oakes rounded out the top five.
Zimmers Service Center ULMS heats were won by Boom Briggs, Max Blair, and Chub Frank.
In the BB/SB Modified Outlaw 200 Qualifier, Michael Maresca outran Brad Rapp for the lead as Alan Johnson tucked into third. After an early restart, Chad Brachman moved into seocnd and chased after the race leader while Johnson passed Rapp one lap later. Brachman ran the outside while Maresca took the bottom as they battled for the top spot. On lap 24, Maresca’s car started to slip off the bottom, allowing Brachman the chance to dive under him and take the lead. Brachman would pull away to take the win and the guaranteed starting spot for the Outlaw 200, with Maresca second and Alan Johnson third. Gary Lindberg and Rich Rickner rounded out the top five.
BB/SB Modified heats were won by Ray Bliss Jr and Alan Johnson.
The MHL Performance Stree Stock feature saw Bill Taylor and Tom Kemp battle for the lead, with Taylor grabbing the advantage. Dennis Cummings started to challenge Kemp for second as Taylor pulled away at the front of the field. Cummings took second from Kemp and put pressure on the leader in the second half of the feature, finally taking the lead on lap 23 and getting the win. Bill Taylor was second, followed by Kemp, Levi Watson, and Randy Taylor.
MHL Performance Street Stock heats were won by Bill Taylor and Dennis Cummings.
In the Pure Stock division, MIke Parmenter, winner of the Friday portion of the weekend, battled hard with Josh Wilcox for the race lead, but the red flew after a three car crash between Addison Scott, Lee Bailey II, and Larry Mitchell. On the restart, Josh Wilcox was able to run down leader Parmenter to take the lead and the victory, followed at the line by Parmenter, Victor Earl, Daniel Giboo, and Andy Michael.
The Pure Stock heat was won by Josh WIlcox.
The Mini Stocks were going for a $400 to win payday courtesy of the Mancuso Brothers, Mancuso Limo, and Caesar’s Auto. Dante Mancuso took the lead but broke while leading on lap 6, handing the lead to Don Newton Jr. A lap 14 caution bunched the field back together for a restart with one lap to go, Newton held off Andrew Gayton to take the win, followed by William Weller Jr, Brad Whiteside, and Travis Babcock.
Mini Stock heats were won by Mike Brown, Don Newton Jr, and Dante Mancuso.
In the Bandit division feature, Chance Palmer got past Raven Burkett on lap 2 and pulled away to take the win, followed by Cody Atwater and Burkett, who dropped out around the halfway point. Chance Palmer won the Bandit heat.
The traditional ‘Big Dog’ Super Late Model vs. Modified Match Race was also part of the action, presented by Close Racing Supply. In the 8-lap event, Greg Oakes held off Chub Frank for the $500 payday, followed by Chad Brachman, Eldon Payne, Phil Vigneri, and Max Blair.
The final on-track event at Freedom Motorsports Park in 2019 will be the final Enduro of the season, scheduled for Sunday, September 29th at 1:00 p.m. For more information, visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com.
RACE SUMMARY-MURPHY LOGGING/UPSTATE AUTO GROUP/PREVITY AUTO WRECKING FALL CLASSIC-FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK-SEPTEMBER 7, 2019
ZIMMERS SERVICE CENTER UNITED LATE MODEL SERIES ‘DUKE’ DUCLON MEMORIAL-MAX BLAIR, Chub Frank, Michael Maresca, Boom Briggs, Greg Oakes, Bryce Davis, Mike Wonderling, Brad Mesler, Nathan Hill, Kyle Bedell, Joel Watson, Doug Eck, Kyle Murray, Jason Dobson, Tim Schram, Zach Weich, Jeremy Wonderling, Dave DuBois, Andy Boozel.
BB/SB MODIFIED OUTLAW 200 QUALIFIER-CHAD BRACHMAN, Michael Maresca, Alan Johnson, Gary Lindberg, Rich Rickner, Brad Rapp, Phil Vigneri, Greg Martin, Eldon Payne, Andy Jankowiak, Scott Wood, Ray Bliss Jr, Tim Jones, Randy Shantel, Adam Hilton, John Smith, Brandon Michaud.
MHL PERFORMANCE STREET STOCKS-DENNIS CUMMINGS, Bill Taylor, Tom Kemp, Levi Watson, Randy Taylor, Tim Schram, Dustin Goss, Ray Gearhart, Andy Eastman, Bill Demick, Vic Redeye, Kevin Hill, Dan Schultz, Dana Maybee, Phil Schepis (DNS).
PURE STOCKS-JOSH WILCOX, Mike Parmenter, Victor Earl, Daniel Giboo, Andy Michael, Lee Bailey II, Addison Scott, Larry Mitchell, Blaze Harrison.
MANCUSO BROS/MANCUSO LIMO/CAESARS AUTO MINI STOCKS-DON NEWTON JR, Andrew Gayton, William Weller Jr, Brad Whiteside, Travis Babcock, Rich Conte, Leroy Buscomb, Anthony Schoonover, Larry Wise, Cody Wise, Rick Sperry, Oliver Laroucque, Tyler Pastorious, Mike Brown, Timothy Fisher, Chris Shelley, Dante Mancuso, Josh Canfield, Chris Rung, Joe Bieber, Richard Kline, James Gayton (DQ).
BANDITS-CHANCE PALMER, Cody Atwater, Raven Burkett.
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DELEVAN, NY…..After an area power outage called the program to a halt on Friday night, teams and fans returned to Freedom Motorsports Park for the completion of day one activities of the 14th annual Fall Classic, sponsored by Upstate Auto Group, Murphy Logging, and Previty Auto Wrecking.
The Zimmers Service Center ULMS feature began with Boom Briggs holding the lead for the first couple of laps till Chub Frank took over. As Frank pulled away, Mike Wonderling battled with Briggs and Max Blair for position as Michael Maresca was on a charge from the back of the field, getting into the top five as the leaders worked through traffic in the second half of the race. The lone caution flew on lap 26 for Jason Dobson’s issues outside turns one and two, setting up a four lap dash to the finish. Frank again pulled away to take the win, followed by Wonderling and Blair, who got past Briggs for third. Maresca’s charge brought him from last to fifth at the checkers.
In the Clayson Construction Crate Late Models, the action picked up on lap 4 with John Waters taking the lead on the restart and pulling away from Chub Frank. The race ran smoothly until the Steve Dixson car (with a substitute driver) spun on the front stretch, collecting Paul Grigsby. A restart came on lap 15 with Waters maintaining the lead until Damion Bidwell had a scare that sent him spinning onto pit road four laps later. Frank made a run on the outside on the last restart but could not catch Waters, who claimed the win, followed by Frank, Dusty Waters, Bill Holmes, and Dave DuBois.
The Close Racing Supply Pro Mod feature, Dennis Lunger outdueled Adam Ashcroft for the lead with CJ Irons holding third. Jeremy Wonderling, who was substituting for Steve Dixon, had come from the rear of the field to 4th when the first caution flew for Justin Chaddock’s stopped car in turn two on lap 8. Lunger was able to maintain the lead on the restart and pulled away from Ashcroft to take the win. Wonderling advanced ot third at the checkers, followed by Critter Hemphill and CJ Irons.
In the MHL Performance Pure Stocks, Victor Earl led the first three corners, but spun out of the lead coming off turn four on the first lap, collecting Fred Ely. Tha left Josh Wilson on the point but he was involved in a restart incident with Andy Michael. Both of those drivers battled back to second and third and challenged leader Josh Wilson in the final laps, but Parmenter them off for the feature win. Wilson, Michael, Barry Burritt, and Daniel Giboo rounded out the top five.
The Mini Stocks were going for a $400 to win payday courtesy of the Mancuso Brothers, Mancuso Limo, and Caesar’s Auto. Richard Kline led the first lap, but slowed on a restart, handing the lead to Don Newton Jr. Brad Whiteside took the lead a lap after the next restart and held on through several more restarts, eventually taking the win over James Gayton, Brandon Shephard, Netwon, and Andy Shumaker.
Saturday night’s card will feature the Bob Duclon Memorial for the Zimmer Service Center ULMS Super Late Models, an Outlaw 200 Qualifier for the Big Block/Small Block Modifieds, plus MHL Performance Street Stocks, Pure Stocks, Mini Stocks, Bandits, and the ‘Big Dog’ Super Late Model vs. Modified Match Race. Race time is at 6:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com.
RACE SUMMARY-MURPHY LOGGING/UPSTATE AUTO GROUP/PREVITY AUTO WRECKING FALL CLASSIC-FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK-SEPTEMBER 6, 2019
ZIMMERS SERVICE CENTER UNITED LATE MODEL SERIES PRESENTED BY CLAYSON CONSTRUCTION-CHUB FRANK, Mike Wonderling, Max Blair, Boom Briggs, Michael Maresca, Greg Oakes, Bryce Davis, Doug Eck, Kyle Bedell, Zach Carley, Nate Hill, Jason Dobson, Jeremy Wonderling, Zach Weich, Dave Scott (DNS).
CLAYSON CONSTRUCTION CRATE LATE MODELS-JOHN WATERS, Chub Frank, Dusty Waters, Bill Holmes, Dave DuBois, Kyle Murray, John Woodward, Brad Mesler, Jeff Boozel, Jeremy Wonderling, Brian Knowles, Tim Schram, Damion Bidwell, Paul Grigsby, (sub driver in 65D), Steve Labarron (DNS), Bill DuBois (DNS), Alan Chapman (DNS), Chad Homan (DNS), Jon Rivers (DNS), Nick Snayouk (DNS), Sam Pennachio (DNS), Sean Bearsdley (DNS), Beamer Guzzzardi (DNS).
CLOSE RACING SUPPLY PRO MODS/ECONO MODS-DENNIS LUNGER, Adam Ashcroft, Jeremy Wonderling, Critter Hemphill, CJ Irons, Enic Ensell, Adam Peterson, Tim Peterson, Nick Mohawk, Brian Mohawk, Matt Putt, Brodie Hill, 9 (DNS).
MHL PERFORMANCE PURE STOCKS-MIKE PARMENTER, Josh Wilson, Andy Michael, Barry Burritt, Daniel Giboo, Lee Bailey II, Fred Ely, Blaze Harrison, Jake Mascho, Tim Eastman, Ted Mascho, Victor Earl (DQ), Dustin Skinner (DNS), Dana Maybee (DNS), Dustin Brown (DNS).
MANCUSO BROS/MANCUSO LIMO/CAESARS AUTO MINI STOCKS-BRAD WHITESIDE, James Gayton, Brandon Shephard, Don Newton Jr, Andy Shumaker, Travis Babcock, 17, Andrew Gayton, Curtis Runy, Larry Wise, Casey Burich, William Weller Jr, Anthony Schoonover, Joe Bieber, Jason Fries, Greg Rockwell, Tyler Oakes, Chris Shelley, Tyler Pastorious, Ryan Allen, Duane Poowers, Cody Wise, Richard Kline, Josh Canfield, Timothy Fisher.
BANDITS-JACOB TUBBS, Tierney White, Cody Atwater.
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MAX BLAIR TAKES THE JASON DUNHAM MEMORIAL AT FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK
-Scott, Rouse, Stebbins, Powers, and Atwater earn track championships-
DELEVAN, NY…..Freedom Motorsports Park hosted its final regular Friday night event of the 2019 season with the running of the Jason Dunham Memorial for the Zimmers Service Center United Late Model Series (ULMS) along with the regular divisons, sponsored by Budweiser.
The ULMS Jason Dunham Memorial began with Max Blair passing Mike Wonderling and pulling out to a good lead while Dave Scott battled Wonderling for second. Scott got the runnerup spot on lap 5 and chased after Blair as the leaders worked their way through traffic. Greg Oakes was able to reel in Wonderling and they battled for third till the first caution of the event flew on lap 22 for Dutch Davies, who had come to a stop in turn four. Blair held off Scott on the restart to take his 4th Jason Dunham Memorial win, while Scott’s second place finish netted him the 2019 Freedom Motorsports Park track championship in the Super Late Model division. Greg Oakes, Mike Wonderling, and Chad Wright rounded out the top five.
ULMS heats were won by Dave Scott and Max Blair.
In the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified feature, Sam Hoxie led the first lap and Brad Rouse charged past him on lap 2 to take the lead. Wilcox and Hoxie battled for second with Ray Bliss Jr closing in from the fourth spot. Rouse pulled away to take the win and lock up the track championship in the division, followed by Wilcox, Hoxie, Bliss Jr, and Dennis Cummings.
The DIRTcar Sportsman Modified heat was won by Brad Rouse.
The Street Stocks saw a wild start to their feature, with Randy Taylor outgunning Bill Taylor for the lead on lap 1, only to surrender the lead to Kurt Stebbins on lap 2. Bill Taylor almost spun, recovering to stay in fifth spot as the field bunched up for a lap 3 restart. Bill Taylor charged back through the field, passing Tom Kemp for second just before a lap 9 yellow. Stebbins and Taylor battled the rest of the way for the win, with Stebbins holding off Taylor for the checkers and the championship. Following Taylor in the top five were Kemp, Ted Mascho, and Bill Demick.
Street Stock heats were won by Tom Kemp and Kurt Stebbins.
In the Mini Stock feature, Brad Whiteside took the ealry lead while Tyler Oakes and Duane Powers battled for second and third. Powers got by Oakes, who fell into a battle for third with Matt Mowrey. In traffic, Powers caught Whiteside and they battled for the lead till a lap 13 caution for William Weller Jr’s spin on the frontstretch. Oakes had trouble one lap later and fell out, leaving Powers one more chance to challenge for the win, but Whiteside held him off, while Powers took second and the track championship. William Weller Jr, Matt Mowrey, and DJ Williams rounded out the top five.
The Mini Stock heats were won by Matt Mowrey and Brad Whiteside.
The Bandit feature was won by Tierney White over Jacob Tubbs and Cody Atwater. Cody Atwater was crowned the Bandit track champion.
The Bandit heat was taken by Jacob Tubbs.
Freedom Motorsports Park will be off until ‘Big Dog Saturday’ on September 8th, featuring the Zimmers Service Center ULMS Late Models and Big Block/Small Block Modifieds racing for a guaranteed starting spot in Fulton Speedway’s Outlaw 200. Race time is 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com.
RACE SUMMARY-BUDWEISER NIGHT-FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK-AUGUST 9, 2019
ULMS JASON DUNHAM MEMORIAL-MAX BLAIR, David Scott, Greg Oakes, Mike Wonderling, Chad Wright, Zach Carley, Wyatt Scott, Nathan Hill, Doug Eck, Jason Dobson, Dave DuBois, Kyle Bedell, Dutch Davies, Zach Weich, Cody Egner (DNS).
DIRTcar SPORTSMAN MODIFIEDS-BRAD ROUSE, Josh WIlcox, Sam Hoxie, Ray Bliss Jr, Dennis Cummings, Jordan Moden, Mike Eastman.
STREET STOCKS-KURT STEBBINS, Bill Taylor, Tom Kemp, Ted Mascho, Bill Demick, Randy Taylor, Bill Demig, Lee Bailey III, Dustin Goss, Jason Ely, Tim Schram, Tim Eastman.
MINI STOCKS-BRAD WHITESIDE, Duane Powers, William Weller Jr, Matt Mowrey, DJ Williams, Richard Kline, Don Whiteside, Andy Shumaker, Kevin Bacon, Joe Bieber, Jason Neamon, Tyler Oakes, X, Dustin Skinner, Dylan Strade.
BANDITS-TIERNEY WHITE, Jacob Tubbs, Cody Atwater.
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PETE LORETTO MEMORIAL AT FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK WON BY MAX BLAIR
DELEVAN, NY…..Freedom Motorsports Park returned to its regular racing program Friday night with Yorkshire Battery, Sahlen’s, and Pepsi presenting the rescheduled Pete Loretto Memorial for the Super Late Models, along with the regular racing divisions.
The Pete Loretto Memorial for the Super Late Models began with Dutch Davies grabbing the lead from Bryce Davis. Max Blair mmoved up to second and dodged a spinning Davies on lap 10 take the top spot with Chub Frank moving into second. Dave Scott had been charging through the field and found himself in third at the halfway point. On a lap 14 restart, Scott passed Frank for second and set sail after leader Blair. Frank and Scott traded second back and forth as Blair continued to lead, holding off repeated challenges to take the win and the $2,500 payday. Following Frank and Scott across the line were Mike Wonderling and Davis.
Super Late Model heats were won by Chub Frank, Mike Wonderling, and Dave Scott.
In the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified feature, Ray Bliss Jr jumped into the lead at the start with Brad Rouse slotting into the second spot. The duo battled until Rouse took the top spot on lap 9. Bliss fell into a battle with Josh Wicox in the second half of the race as Rouse pulled away. At the checkers, Rouse scored another win, with Wicox making a pass on turn three of lap 18 to take second from Bliss. Sam Hoxie and Dennis Cummings completed the top five.
The DIRTcar Sportsman Modified heat was won by Brad Rouse.
The Street Stocks saw Ted Mascho take the early lead until a yellow for Jesse Qutermos bunched the field for a restart. A near pileup on lap 7 took Tom Kemp out of contention and put Kurt Stebbins into the lead with Bill Taylor behind him. Stebbins held off Taylor over a number of restarts, the last coming on lap 18. Stebbins held off Taylor’s last lap charge to take the win by a wheel. Mascho, Randy Taylor, and Bill Demick rounded out the top five.
Street Stock heats were won by Kurt Stebbins and Bill Taylor.
In the Mini Stock feature, a wild battle up front between Duane Powers, Brad Whiteside, and Matt Mowrey started things off, with Whiteisde able to take the lead a few laps in. Powers and Whiteside battled hard over the final laps, with Powers getting to the inside of Whiteside coming off the final corner and taking the win by less than half a car length. Andy Shumaker, Matt Mowrey, and DJ Williams rounded out the top five.
The Mini Stock heats were won by Brad Whiteside and Matt Mowrey.
The Bandit feature was led wire to wire by Tierney White over Cody Atwater.
The Bandit heat was taken by Tierney White.
Freedom Motorsports Park will have its final regular Friday night show of the season on August 16th, which will be Championship Night and Autograph Night. The program will be headlined by the rescheduled Jason Dunham Memorial for the Zimmers Service Center ULMS Series for the Super Late Models, plus DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits. Race time is 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com.
RACE SUMMARY-YORKSHIRE BATTERY/SAHLENS/PEPSI NIGHT-FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK-AUGUST 9, 2019
SUPER LATE MODELS PETE LORETTO MEMORIAL-MAX BLAIR, Chub Frank, Dave Scott, Mike Wonderling, Bryce Davis, Doug Eck, Boom Briggs, Greg Oakes, Jason Dobson, Kyle Bedell, Dave DuBois, Bob Dorman, Dutch Davies, Wyatt Scott, Nathan Hill, Bump Hedman, Easton Hedman, Cody Egner (DNS).
DIRTcar SPORTSMAN MODIFIEDS-BRAD ROUSE, Josh Wilcox, Ray Bliss Jr, Sam Hoxie, Dennis Cummings, Mark Harsch, Greg Rauscher, Mike Eastman (DNS).
STREET STOCKS-KURT STEBBINS, Bill Taylor, Ted Mascho, Randy Taylor, Bill Demick, Randy Allen, Damian Long, Jesse Qutermos, Tyler Oakes, Dan Schulz, Tom Kemp, Andy Eastman, Tim Eastman, Fred Ely (DNS).
MINI STOCKS-DUANE POWERS, Brad Whiteside, Andy Shumaker, Matt Mowrey, DJ Williams, Dustin Skinner, Bruno Mowrey, Tyler Oakes, Chris Shelly, Joe Bieber, Trever Putt, Jason Neamon, Kevin Bacon, Ashley Schoonover, Curt Pastorious, Tammy Watson, 28X (DNS).
BANDITS-TIERNEY WHITE, Cody Atwater.
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BILLY VAN INWEGEN TAKES EMPIRE SUPER SPRINT WIN AT FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK
DELEVAN, NY…..Freedom Motorsports Park returned to action Friday Night as Prime Time Energy Services presented the return of the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints in their first Freedom appearance since 1999, along with the NY6A Tour, Pure Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits.
The 25-lap Lucas Oil ESS ‘A’ Main brought 24 cars to the green, with Sammy Reakes IV grabbing the early lead as Billy Van Inwegen battled Brett Wright for second. The leaders began to catch traffic just a few laps in, and that bunched the top five cars as the race entered its middle stages. The red flag waved at lap 12 for a crash and flip by Brad Knab, who was OK. On the restart, Van Inwegen took the lead and Dylan Westbrook snagged the second spot. , with Reakes IV falling back to fifth. Westbrook closed in as the leaders were back in traffic over the final few laps and was presented an opportunity when Paulie Colagiovani tangled with another car on lap 23 to bring out the caution. Van Inwegen got the advantage on the restart to take the win over Westbrook, Wright, Johnathan Preston, and Scott Holcomb as your top five.
Lucas Oil ESS heats were won by Dylan Westbrook, Paulie Colagiovani, and Kyle Moffatt. Matt Tanner took the honors in the Dash
In the NY6A Tour main event, Nick Groff took the early lead from Nick Fauci and pulled away in lapped traffic as the race progressed. It looked like the race would run through with no cautions until Ivan Forney got tangled with the lapped car of Devin Clark, forcing a caution on lap 19 and setting up a one lap dash to the finish. Groff’s car faltered on the restart and he stopped in turn one, handing the lead to Fauci. Fauci held off Mike Kaiser in the final lap for the win, followed by Eric Wise, Ivan Forney, and Mickey Cilberto.
NY6A Tour heats were won by Nick Fauci and Mike Kaiser.
The Pure Stock feature event began with MIke Parmenter and Daneil Gilbo battling for the lead. Larry Mitchell took the lead on lap 8 and Andy Michael moved into the second spot. In the second half of the race, Michael tried to run down the speedy Michell while Harrison and Wilcox fought hard for third spot. Mitchell maintained a gap over Micheal and took the victory, followed by Michael, Josh Wilcox, Dennis Harrison Jr, and Matt Putt.
Pure Stock heats were won by Dennis Harrison Jr and Larry Mitchell.
In the Mini Stock feature event, Duane Powers and Dante Mancuso pulled away at the start to battle for the top spot with Mancuso taking the lead on lap 5. Tyler Oakes had fallen back at the start and had charged back into the top five when he hit the fourth turn wall with six laps left, bringing out the caution flag. Mancuso pulled away from Powers after the restart and cruised home for the win, followed by Powers, Holden Heineman, Andy Shumaker, and Matt Mowrey.
Mini Stock heats were won by Duane Powers and Dante Mancuso.
The Bandit feature saw the entire field tangle in turn two of the opening lap, with Tierney White unable to continue. Cameron Sherwood outran Cody Atwater on the restart and took the win.
The Bandit heat was won by Tierney White.
A special Match Race was contested between the top 3 in Lucas Oil ESS points and the top 3 in the NY6A Tour points, using NY6A Tour cars. Chuck Hebing took the win and the $500 payday.
Freedom Motorsports Park returns to action on Friday, August 9th with the Pete Loretto Memorial at lap 8 for Super Late Models, which includes extensive lap money.DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits will be in action, with racing presenteed by Pepsi and Sahlen’s, with buy one get one hot dogs during the night while supplies last. Racing begins at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com.
RACE SUMMARY-PRIME TIME ENERGY SERVICES NIGHT-FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK-JULY 26, 2019
LUCAS OIL EMPIRE SUPER SPRINT ‘A’ MAIN-BILLY VAN INWEGEN, Dylan Westbrook, Brett Wright, Johnathan Preston, Scott Holcomb, Jason Barney, Dave Franek, Paulie Colagiovani, Kyle Moffatt, Jeff Cook, Matt Tanner, Pete Richardson, Josh Azzi, Shawn Donath, Kevin Carlson, Jason Blum, Dan Bennett, Jeremy Barnard, Chuck Hebing, Kelly Hebing, Brad Knab.
NY6A TOUR MAIN-NICK FAUCI, Mike Kaiser, Eric Wise, Ivan Forney, Mikey Cilberto, Danny Knoll Jr, Jerry Gurney, DJ Shuman, Nick Groff, Scott Kruetter, Devin Clark, Shane Winser (DNS).
PURE STOCK MAIN-LARRY MITCHELL, Andy Michael, Josh WIlcox, Dennis Harrison Jr, Matt Putt, Daniel Gilbo, Victor Earle Jr, Roy Gearhart, Dylan Edminster, Blaze Harrison, Mike Parmenter, Riley Gordon, Fred Ely.
MINI STOCK MAIN-DANTE MANCUSO, Duane Powers, Holden Heineman, Andy Shumaker, Matt Mowrey, Dustin Skinner, Kevin Bacon, Joe Bieber, Jason Neamon, Tyler Oakes, 42, Tyler Pastorious (DNS), Evan Skinner (DNS), Dylan Strade (DNS), DJ Williams (DQ).
BANDIT MAIN-CAMERON SHERWOOD, Cody Atwater, Tierney White.
David Scott, Brad Rouse, Kurt Stebbins, Andy Michael, Tyler Oakes, and Dustin Skinner WINS BIXBY HILL SHOOTOUT WINS AT FREEDOM
DELEVAN, NY…”Slowride” David Scott from Garland, Pennsylvania dominated the main event for the Super Late Models as Sixt Lumber presented the 3rd Annual Jim Torrence Memorial night featuring the Bixby Hill Shootout at Freedom Motorsports Park on Friday night. Defending track champion Brad Rouse from St. Catharines, Ontario scored the win in the DIRTcar Sportsman. Wellsville’s Kurt Stebbins scored the win in the Street Stocks. Andy Michael from Allegany, NY scored the victory in the Pure Stocks. Tyler Oakes from Franklinville, NY scored the win in the Mini Stocks. Dustin Skinner picked up the win in the Bandits.
David Scott and Al Brewer made up the front row in the Super Late Models feature with Scott showing the way. Scott would pull away from Greg Oakes and Dutch Davies. Throughout the 25-lap affair, “Slowride” was on rails as he would race his Suppa Racing 4s and be in complete control of the event. He would lap the entire field but the top three to score the win.
Kyle Inman would lead the early stages in the 25-lap feature for the DIRTcar Sportsman with defending track champion Brad Rouse and Josh Wilcox running in the top three. Rouse and Inman would battle for the lead for several circuits with Rouse taking the lead on the exit of turn four on lap eight. After a couple of single car incidents would bunch the field back up, Rouse would eventually pull away from Inman and would hold off Inman late in the event to score the win.
Bill Taylor and Ted Mascho led the Street Stocks to the green flag for their 20-lap main event with Bill Taylor showing the way. Kurt Stebbins battled with Taylor for the lead for several circuits until Stebbins took the lead on lap 10 with Taylor and Josh Pangrazio racing inside the top three. Stebbins would hold off Taylor and Pangrazio to pick up the checkered flag.
Dylan Edminster and Roy Gerhardt led the Pure Stocks to the green flag for their 20 lap feature with Andy Michael moving from fourth to take over the lead. Off a lap four restart, Michael would continue to show the way over Larry Mitchell and Dustin Skinner. Michael would pull away from the field and would hold off Mitchell to score the win.
Bill Weller Jr led the early stages in the 20-lap feature for the Mini Stocks. Tyler Oakes would take over second place off an early race restart. Off a mid-race restart, Tyler Oakes would take the lead away from Weller as Weller had to save his car from going into the turn one wall. Oakes would pull away in the late going to score the win.
CJ Sherwood and Dustin Skinner led the Bandits to the green flag for their main event with Skinner showing the way. Skinner would lead the entire distance to score the win. Skinner also collected the qualifying heat victory.
Freedom Motorsports Park returns to action on Friday, July 5th as Yorkshire Battery presents the Zimmer’s Service Center Inc. United Late Model Series (ULMS) Super Late Models as part of their “Speedweek” Tour. The $3,000 to-win special is in honor and memory of Medal of Honor recipient, Scio native and former racer USMC Cpl. Jason Dunham. The DIRTcar Sportsman, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits will fill out the racing card. Racing begins at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com.
RACE SUMMARY-SIXT LUMBER – JIM TORRENCE MEMORIAL-FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK
SUPER LATE MODELS: DAVID SCOTT, Greg Oakes, Dutch Davies, Kyle Bedell, Dave DuBois, Cody Egner, Al Brewer, Jason Dobson, Jason Harman, Joe Layfield, Zack Carley, Randy Relyea, DJ Krug
Heat 1 – Greg Oakes, Zack Carley, Dutch Davies, Randy Relyea, Cody Egner, Jason Harman, Joe Layfield
Heat 2 – David Scott, Dave DuBois, Al Brewer, Kyle Bedell, Jason Dobson, DJ Krug
DIRTcar SPORTSMAN: BRAD ROUSE, Kyle Inman, Josh Wilcox, Sam Hoxie, Mike Eastman, Clayton Cain, Mark Harsch, Matt Steffenhagen
Heat Race: Brad Rouse, Mark Harsch, Josh Wilcox, Kyle Inman, Matt Steffenhagen, Sam Hoxie, Clayton Cain, Mike Eastman
STREET STOCKS: KURT STEBBINS, Bill Taylor, Josh Pangrazio, Dennis Cummings, Ted Mascho, Justin Baxter, Bill Demink, Damian Long, Tim Eastman, Andy Eastman
Heat 1 – Bill Taylor, Ted Mascho, Dennis Cummings, Tom Kemp, Bill Demink, Tim Eastman
Heat 2 – Josh Pangrazio, Kurt Stebbins, Justin Baxter, Damian Long, Andy Eastman
PURE STOCKS: ANDY MICHAEL, Ken Shelly, Roy Gerhardt, Dennis Harrison Jr, Victor Earl Jr., Barry Burritt, Dylan Edminster, Matt Putt, Blaze Harrison, Bill Taylor, James Thompson, Dave Wilson, Aaron Miller, Tim Steis, Mike Torrence
Disqualified: Larry Mitchell, Mike Parmenter, Dustin Skinner
Heat 1 – Dustin Skinner, Andy Michael, Dylan Edminster, Dennis Harrison Jr, Barry Burritt, Matt Putt
Heat 2 – Roy Gerhardt, Blaze Harrison, Larry Mitchell, Dave Wilson Jr, Mike Torrence, Victor Earl Jr
Heat 3 – Tim Steis, Bill Taylor, Aaron Miller, James Thompson, Ken Shelly, Mike Parmenter
MINI STOCKS: TYLER OAKES, Bill Weller Jr, Duane Powers, Brad Whiteside, Brad Shepard, Andy Schumaker, Don Whiteside, Andrew Kraemer, Matt Mowery, Richard Cline, DJ Williams, John Torrence, Kevin Bacon, Car #24, Cody Wise, Joe Bieber, Holden Heineman, Phil Vaughn, Bradley Steffenhagen, Sirline, Tyler Pastorious, Ashley Schoonover, Larry Wise, Dylan Strade, Trever Putt (DNS)
Heat 1 – Tyler Oakes, Brad Shepard, Duane Powers, John Torrence, DJ Williams, Phil Vaughn, Joe Bieber
Heat 2 – Andy Schumaker, Brad Whiteside, Don Whiteside, Matt Mowery, Holden Heineman, Bradley Steffenhagen, Kevin Bacon, Trevor Putt (DNS)
Heat 3 – Bill Weller Jr, Sirline, Andrew Kraemer, Richard Cline, Larry Wise, Dylan Strade, Cody Wise
BANDITS: DUSTIN SKINNER, Tierney White, Cody Atwater, CJ Sherwood Did Not Start: Raven Burls
Qualifying Heat: Dustin Skinner, CJ Sherwood, Tierney White, Cody Atwater, Raven Burls
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THIS FRIDAY-JUNE 28TH-7:30 P.M. START
The Bixby Hill Shootout featuring the 4th Annual Jim Torrance Memorial
Sixt Lumber will sponsor the night featuring the Super Late Models, the DIRTcar Sportsman, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, Bandits and Pure Stock Divisions.
The Super Late Model division has produced three different winners in three races so far in 2019. Max Blair captured the opening day event, Dave Scott won the first of three ULMS events, and most recently Bryce Davis captured his first career Super Late Model win. Davis now holds a slim two point lead over Blair in the standings, while Blair continues to lead the Twin Track points that are based on finishes at Freedom and at the New Stateline Speedway.
Kyle Inman ended Brad Rouse’s win streak at two last Friday night in the DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds when we won the BEI Lightning Series event, pulling him closer to point leader Rouse in the standings.
The Street Stock division has a new point leader, as Kurt Stebbins’ second win of the year gives him just a one point cushion over Dennis Cummings, with defending champ Bill Taylor grabbing a win this season that puts him in third.
In the Mini Stock class, like the Super Late Models, three different winners have emerged. After Brad Shepard’s opening day win, Matt Mowrey won the second race of the year, with Tyler Oakes being the most recent victor. With that win, Oakes took over the point lead from Mowrey by just 3 points.
The Bandit division has also had three different winners this year, as point leader Cody Atwater, Tierney White, and Dustin Skinner have all made it to Victory Lane.
ULMS SERIES MAKES ‘SPEEDWEEK’ STOP AT FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK JULY 5TH
DELEVAN, NY…..The Zimmers Service Center United Late Model Series (ULMS) will make its second of three appearances at Freedom Motorsports Park on Friday, July 5th as part of the ULMS ‘Speedweek’ series of races. The $3000 to win main event will be in honor and memory of the Medal of Honor recipient and Scio NY native USMC Cpl. Jason Dunham.
In a normal checkpoint in Karabilah, Iraq, an insurgent leaped out and attacked Cpl. Dunham. During their struggle, he saw the insurgent release a grenade. Cpl. Dunham immediately then alerted his fellow Marines to the threat. Without hesitation, Cpl. Dunham covered the grenade with his helmet and body. He absorbed the brunt of the explosion and shielded his Marines from the blast.
In an ultimate and selfless act of bravery, in which he was mortally wounded, he saved the lives of at least two fellow Marines. He died eight days later from his wounds. USMC Corporal Jason Dunham is a True American Hero that will never be forgotten by the race fans and family of the Dunham family in western New York.
In the previous round of ULMS action at Freedom, Dave Scott held off a late race challenge from Chub Frank and Dave Hess to take the victory. Max Blair currently leads the ULMS points as they get ready to kick off their ‘Speedweek’ events at the Old Bradford Speedway on June 30th.
The regular Freedom divisions will join the ULMS program, with the DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits on the card. Racing will begin at 7:30 p.m. For more information, please visit the track web site at www.freedommotorsportspark.com.
June 7, 2019
DELEVAN, NY…..Freedom Motorsports Park returned to action Friday Night as Bellinger Electric presented the night’s racing action. The BEI Lightning Series for DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds joined the Super Late Models, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits.
The Super Late Model feature saw Zach Carley grab the early advantage, and on a lap 3 restart, Dave Scott and Greg Oakes got together, collecting Al Brewer and Jason Dobson. Max Blair and Bryce Davis also sustained damage, but were able to continue. Blair motored past Carley on lap 9 to take the lead with Bryce Davis chasing after him a couple of laps later. Blair and Davis battled side by side for several laps with Davis getting the lead on lap 17. Blair flattened a right rear one lap later, putting Dutch Davies into second. Davis was able to hold off Davies over the final laps to take a career first Super Late Model win,
Super Late Model heats were won by Wyatt Scott and Zach Carley.
In the BEI Lightning Series Sportsman main event, James Michael Freisen jumped into the lead as Kyle Inman moved past Josh Wilcox into second. Brad Rouse and Chad Chevalier were moving up quickly, with Rouse getting to third on lap 13 and Chevalier entering the top five in the fifth spot. Inman took the lead on a restart and Rouse moved to second just past halfway. Inman was able to dice his way through lapped traffic in the final ten laps to score the win. Rouse was second, followed by Freisen, Bret Senek, and Chevalier.
The BEI Lightning Series heats were won by Jim Harbison, Kyle Inman, and Brad Rouse. The ‘Lo Cassh Dash’ was won by Dave DiPietro.
In the Street Stock feature event, Kurt Stebbins pulled out to the lead and held on through several early restarts. Bill Taylor moved into second on lap 8 but Stebbins held a staeady lead as Cummings charged back from a right rear flat tire to take second place from Taylor on lap 17. At the line, Stebbins had his second win of the year, followed by Cummings, Tom Kemp, Bill Taylor, and Randy Taylor
Street Stock heats were won by Bill Taylor and Tom Kemp.
The Mini Stock feature event saw Duane Powers hold the lead for the first third of the feature, but dropped out of the lead with mechanical issues. That gave the lead to Tyler Oakes, who lost the lead to Matt Mowrey. Mowrey got a flat right front tire on lap 12, handing the lead back to Oakes, who held on in a green-white-checker finish for the win.
Mini Stock heats were won by Tyler Oakes and Duane Powers.
In the Bandit division, Tierney White jumped out to a big lead at the start and held a steady lead over Dustin Skinner down to the white flag, when her car slowed and stopped. Dustin Skinner held off CJ Sherwood in a one lap dash and took his first win of the season.
The Bandit heat was won by Dustin Skinner.
Freedom Motorsports Park returns to action on Friday, June 21st with the 4th annual “Bixby Hill Shootout” featuring the Jim Torrance Memorial. The Super Late Models, DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits will be in action, with racing presenteed by Sixt Lumber. Racing begins at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com.
RACE SUMMARY-BELLINGER ELECTRIC NIGHT-FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK-JUNE 7, 2019
SUPER LATE MODELS-BRYCE DAVIS, Dutch Davies, Dave DuBois, Nathan Hill, Kyle Bedell, Jason Dobson, Max Blair, Zach Carley, Al Brewer, Wyatt Scott, Dave Scott, Greg Oakes, Cory Egner.
BEI LIGHTNING SERIES SPORTSMAN-KYLE INMAN, Brad Rouse, James Michael Freisen, Bret Senek, Chad Chevalier, James Henry, Josh Wilcox, Robbie Johnson, Sam Hoxie, Darrell Borkenhagen, Derek Borkenhagen, Travis Wright, Billy Deming, Dave DiPietro, Garrison Krantz, Cameron Tuttle, Zach George, Noah Walker, Cody Wolfe, Matt Steffenhagen, Mike Eastman, Byron Dewitt (DNS).
STREET STOCKS-KURT STEBBINS, Dennis Cummings, Tom Kemp, Bill Taylor, Randy Taylor, Brandon Birdsall, Ryan Allen, Tim Schram, Ted Mascho, Andy Eastman, Tim Eastman, David Walker.
MINI STOCKS-TYLER OAKES, DJ Williams, Bruno Mowery, 04, Kevin Bacon, Joe Bieber, Matt Mowery, Eric Weiss, Duane Powers, Richard Kline, William Weller Jr, Andy Schumaker (DNS), Dylan Strade (DNS).
BANDITS-DUSTIN SKINNER, CJ Sherwood, Cody Atwater,Tierney White, Jarred Parris (DNS).
FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK RETURNS TO ACTION ON JUNE 7TH
DELEVAN, NY…..After an off week, Freedom Motorsports Park will return to action on Friday night, June 7th, with a special appearance by the BEI Lightning Series Sportsman Tour joining a regular program for the Super Late Models, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits. Bellinger Electric will present the night’s program.
The BEI Lightning Series started out as a dream a couple of years ago to give the drivers of the Sportsman-Modified division a well-paying mini-series, and to give them exposure. Over the years, the BEI Lightning Series has grown into a Series with shows at tracks throughout Western New York, Southern Ontario, and Northern Pennsylvania. Port Colborne, Ontario’s Chad Chevalier was crowned BEI Lightning Series Champion for the second consecutive season in 2018 and won last year’s event at Freedom Motorsports Park.
In the Super Late Model division, Max Blair holds a slim point lead over Mike Wonderling after two events this year. Brad Rouse has won both DIRTcar Sportsman Modified features this season and tops the point standings in that division, while Dennis Cummings holds the Street Stock point lead without the aid of a feature win. In the Mini Stocks, Matt Mowrey is high point man, while Cody Atwater leads the Bandit points going into the June 7th race.
Pit gates will open at 5:00 p.m. on June 7th with grandstands opening at 6:00 p.m. and racing starting at 7:30 p.m. For more information, please visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com
DAVID SCOTT CAPTURES RON BAKER MEMORIAL EVENT AT FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK
DELEVAN, NY…..The Zimmers Service Center ULMS Super Late Model Series made its first of three scheduled appearances Friday night at Freedom Motorsports Park for the 5th annual Ron Baker Memorial event. The night’s racing action was presented by Briggs Transport.
Bryce Davis took the lead from Max Blair at the start of the 30-lap Rom Baker Memorial event and held Blair off till lap 7, when Blair took the point. Three laps later, Blair got a flat right rear and went to the pits under yellow for a tire change, which handed the lead to Dave Scott. Dave Hess and Chub Frank battled for second and third as Scott worked his way through traffic, while Blair charged from the back of the field to fifth. Blair had a second right rear flat on lap 28 to bring out the final caution flag of the event, setting up a two lap dash to the finish. Scott held on for the win, with Frank nipping Hess for second at the line. Davis and Boom Briggs rounded out the top five.
ULMS Super Late Model heats were won by Boom Briggs, Chub Frank, and Dave Scott. The fast time in qualifying was set by Max Blair with a 13.490 lap.
There was only one caution in the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified feature, but it was a key moment of the race, as it allowed Brad Rouse to line up alongside early leader James Henry. Rouse was able to power into the lead on the lap 7 restart and pulled away for his second feature win of the year. Henry was second, followed by Zach Geroge, Kyle Inman, and Brian Bellinger.
The DIRTcar Sportsman Modified heats were won by Kyle Inman and Brad Rouse.
Ted Mascho led the first few laps of the Street Stock feature till he was passed by Dennis Cummings. Kurt Stebbins moved into second, but spun from that position on lap 7. Cummings held the lead till the white flag lap, when Bill Taylor moved under him and took the victory with the final lap pass. Tom Kemp, Mascho, and Pat Powers rounded out the top five.
Street Stock heats were won by Tom Kemp and Ted Mascho.
In the Mini Stock feature, Matt Mowrey survived several early restarts to hold the lead over Duane Powers, who had moved past Rich Conte on lap 3 to take second. Dustin Skinner made contact with a car entering the pits on lap 8, knocking him out of a top five run. Mowrey held on for one more restart to take the win over Powers, with Oakes grabbing third on the final lap from Conte. Holden Heineman rounded out the top five.
Mini Stock heats were won by Tyler Oakes, Bruno Mowrey, and Dustin Skinner
In the Bandit division, Tierney White led flag to flag to take the win with Cody Atwater taking second and the Petersen car finishing in third.
The Bandit heat was won by Tierney White.
Freedom Motorsports Park returns to action on Friday, June 7th with the BEI Lightning Sportsman Tour joining the Super Late Models, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits . Racing begins at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com.
May 17, 2019
MAX BLAIR OPENS NEW CHAPTER AT FREEDOM WITH SUPER LATE MODEL WIN
DELEVAN, NY…..After saturated grounds and rain postponed the original race date, the new era of Freedom Motorsports Park got underway Friday night with the return of the Super Late Models as the headline division at the 1/3 mile clay oval.
Mike Wonderling took the lead at the start of the 25 lap Super Late Model feature, with Max Blair moving around Dave Scott to take second. Blair made a wild move to thread the needle between Wonderling and a lapped car on lap 12 to take the lead, and from there Blair roared away to take the win. Wonderling held off a closing Scott at the end for second, with Greg Oakes in fourth and Bryce Davis finishing off the top five.
Super Late Model heats were won by Mike Wonderling and Max Blair.
Brad Rouse took the lead from Josh Wilcox on lap 2 of the 25-lap DIRTcar Sportsman Modified feature and kept a solid lead for the duration of the event to take the win. Wilcox had to settle for second, while Kyle Inman overcame a restart penalty to charge back through the field for third. Matt Steffenhagen was fourth and Sam Hoxie rounded out the top five.
The DIRTcar Sportsman Modified heat was won by Kyle Inman.
Curt Stebbins grabbed the lead on lap 3 of the 20 lap Street Stock feature and pulled out to a big lead while Dennis Cummings got by Randy Taylor on lap 7 to move into second. Ted Mascho and Tom Kemp had a torrid battle for fourth and fifth through the middle stages of the race as the top 3 pulled away. A caution on lap 19 reset the field for a one lap dash to the finish, with Stebbins holding on for the win by two car lengths over Cummings, Taylor, Mascho, and Kemp.
Street Stock heats were won by Ted Mascho and Curt Stebbins.
In the 15-lap Mini Stock feature, Brad Shepard, driving his daughter’s car, took the lead two laps in from DJ Williams and cruised home to the opening night win. Matt Mowrey was able to wrestle second spot away from Williams in the closing laps, with Tyler Oakes and Eric Weiss completing the top five.
Mini Stock heats were won by DJ Williams and Dylan Strade.
Dustin Skinner went wire-to-wire from the pole to win the 12 lap Bandit feature over Cody Atwater.
The Bandit heat was won by Dustin Skinner.
Next Friday night, it’s the 5th annual Ron Baker Memorial as the ULMS Super Late Model Series makes its first of three visits of the 2019 season, with the DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits also on the card. Racing begins at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com.
RACE SUMMARY-FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK-MAY 17, 2019
SUPER LATE MODELS-MAX BLAIR, Mike Wonderling, Dave Scott, Greg Oakes, Bryce Davis, Dave DuBois, Wyatt Scott, Brady Wonderling, Nathan Hill, Kyle Bedell, Jason Dobson, Randy Relyea, Cody Edgner, Al Brewer.
DIRTcar SPORTSMAN MODIFIEDS-BRAD ROUSE, Josh Wilcox, Kyle Inman, Matt Steffenhagen, Sam Hoxie, Mark Harsch, Byron DeWitt, Mike Eastman.
STREET STOCKS-CURT STEBBINS, Dennis Cummings, Randy Taylor, Ted Mascho, Tom Kemp, Bill Taylor, Bill Demick, 52T, Ryan Allen, Jake Mascho, Tim Eastman, Andy Eastman.
MINI STOCKS-BRAD SHEPARD, Matt Mowrey, DJ Williams, Tyler Oakes, Eric Weiss, Duane Powers, Dyla n Strade, Kevin Bacon, Brad Steffenhagen, Phil Vaughn, Andy Schumaker, Joe Bieber, Bruno Mowrey, Cole Suscie.
BANDITS-DUSTIIN SKINNER, Cody Atwater.
PRE REGISTRATION FOR JUNE 30TH ENDURO IS NOW AVALIBLE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE!!! RULES ARE ON THE BLANK. PRE REGISTRATION ENDS ON JUNE 14TH. ORDER OF BLANKS RECEIVED DETERMINES STARTING ORDER. JUNE 30TH WILL ALSO BE AN OPEN STOCK CAR PRACTICE IN THE MORNING!! SCHEDULE TO FOLLOW!
For more information on Freedom Motorsports Park, please call (716) 725-5464 or email FreedomMotorsportsPark@yahoo.com .
Due to saturated grounds, the forecast of rain through early afternoon, and forcasted low fortys for temps tonight we will be cancelling the races tonight and resceduling JRM EQUIPMENT/R.G MASON AUCTIONS opening night for next Friday May 17th. The schedule will remain the same with pits opening at 5pm and stands at 6pm. Everyone cross your fingers for some good weather 🤞!!
April 15, 2019
TWIN TRACK SERIES FOR SUPER LATE MODELS AT FREEDOM & STATELINE
-Point Fund in place for top ten-
DELEVAN, NY…..Freedom Motorsports Park and the New Stateline Speedway are happy to announce a ‘Twin Track Series’ program for the Super Late Model division. The Friday night events at Freedom Motorsports Park and selected Saturday events at New Stateline Speedway will award points to Super Late Model drivers, with a point fund payoff in place for the top ten in the standings at the end of the season.
“We put this together with the promotional team at Stateline as a way of rewarding and providing an incentive to the Super Late Model teams,” said Freedom Motorsports Park promoter Bob Reis. “The races in the series make for a nice two-night swing several times during the year, without having to run two-night weekends for a full season.”
The series champion will win $1,500. Full details of race dates, point structures, and point fund breakdowns will be released shortly.
For more information on Freedom Motorsports Park, visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com or search for and like Freedom Motorsports Park on Facebook. New Stateline Speedway can be reached online at www.newstatelinespeedway.com
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 15, 2019
LATE MODEL RACING TAKES HEADLINE STATUS AT FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK IN 2019
-Season Opener scheduled for Friday, May 10th–
DELEVAN, NY…..Anticipation is building for the return of Super Late Model racing to Freedom Motorsports Park as the 2019 Season Opener, presented by JRM Equipment and R.G Mason Auction, looms on the horizon. The 1/3 mile clay oval in Delevan, NY will begin its 2019 schedule on Friday, May 10th at 7:30 p.m.
After a few seasons with Big Block/Small Block Modifieds as the headline division for a weekly program, Freedom Motorsports Park promoter Bob Reis decided late last year to make a change to the speedway’s program for this season. “It was a combination of things,” Reis stated. “There’s lots of competition for Modified car count and fan count around the area, and when we ran Super Late Model specials we noticed quite a bump in attendance. With Eriez not opening in 2019 as a weekly venue, the opportunity presented itself to create a smaller schedule based on the Super Late Models as a headline division, and based on the driver and fan support for the class, we decided to go in that direction. Late Model racing has been an important part of Freedom’s history and we’re excited about bringing it back as a feature attraction.”
The 2019 schedule features eight races, all on Friday nights, with a card that includes DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks (FWD/RWD), and Bandits supporting the Super Late Model division. Three of the Super Late Model events will be under ULMS sanction, while the June 7th event features a stop for the BEI Lightning Crate Sportsman Series. The Big Block/Small Block Modifieds will return to be co-headliners on Setpember 7th as part of the annual ‘Big Dog’ event with the Super Late Models, and the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints will be joined by the Hoosier NY6A 600 Sprint division for a ‘Winged Warriors’ night on July 26th.
“We’ve come up with a schedule that has something special or different each race night,” Reis stated. “So far the response has been tremendous and we’re feeling really good about how the year’s going to go…our goal is to provide a great night of racing that can be enjoyed by racers and fans that makes them look forward to coming back for the next show.”
For more information on Freedom Motorsports Park, visit www.freedommotorsportspark.com or search for and like Freedom Motorsports Park on Facebook.
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Stock car registration forms are at the bottom of this page!
2019 SCHEDULE IS UP ON SCHEDULE PAGE
Well, the fans wanted it, they are going to get it!!! The Super Late Model division will be our headline class in 2019 at Freedom Motorsports Park ! After many successful show’s over the last 3 years we have decided to make this popular division our main division. We have talked to many area teams, and have 20+ cars that have indicated that they will make Freedom their Friday night home. They will be joined by Dirtcar sportsman, a street stock/pure stock division, and mini stocks. Also a Bandit class for the kids! Our season will consist of 8 nights(point nights), and Big Dog Saturday in September. We are still working on our final schedule, and it will be released soon. Stay tuned!
2019 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 1 is $35 ($20-car/$15 Foar Score) for super late model, sportsman, 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 1 (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 2019 and will be required to purchase a Dirtcar license. Dirtcar forms and information may be obtained online at www.dirtcarmembers.com.
THIS IS MANDATORY FOR ALL SPORTSMAN COMPETITORS IN 2019! PLEASE READ, AND ANY QUESTIONS CAN BE HANDLED BY CONTACTING BOB OR EMAILING THE TRACK AT Freedommotorsportspark@yahoo.
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, www.dirtcar.com
FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK MAY 3RD ENDURO
We will be holding a 100 lap enduro on Sunday MAY 3RD.. 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. ALL CARS MUST BRING A PERSON TO SCORE!! Pre registration will be until APRIL 20TH 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
Rules and registration form for the MAY 3RD ENDURO CLICK HERE
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.
** 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 467.3625 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.