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Congratulations to Old Man Engineering founder Ken Bainbridge, Sr., dirt track ace Dick Barton, multi-time Holland champion Dave Heitzhaus and multi-time Lancaster champion Gene Schulz who will be inducted into the FOAR SCORE Hall of Fame on Saturday, December 5, 2015 at the Elks Club in Lancaster, NY. The Hanels and Maltbys will share the Family in Racing Award.

Saturday, December 5, 2015
5 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Elks Club
33 Legion Pkwy.
Lancaster, NY 14086

Please contact Barb Kolb at (716) 863-2427 to reserve your tickets today. $35 per person ticket price includes food, open bar and the best party ever!! I hope to see everyone there!!

Racing Discussion / Jim Sulzbach Obituary
« on: October 07, 2015, 11:48:10 AM »
Jim passed away on Monday. Jim was a former '80s Lancaster Modified driver with his #57 and Andy Jankowiak's Sportsman #57 car owner until 2010.

Racing Discussion / 9/26 NWMT NHIS Event: 7 P.M. Today on NBCSN
« on: October 01, 2015, 06:38:14 PM »
Last Saturday's NWMT NHIS event won by Doug Coby will be shown today at 7 P.M. on NBCSN for those who are interested.

Racing Discussion / Former Tioga Late Model Driver Ed Doebler Passes
« on: January 14, 2015, 10:20:55 PM »
Ed Doebler passed away last night after a car accident near his N.C. home. He raced his #25 Late Model at Tioga (Shangri-La) in the '70s and '80s along with Spencer, Fulton and the Pocono Race of Champions. His last Tioga victory came in 1989.

Racing Discussion / Holland Late Model Champion Sonny Wittmeyer Passes
« on: December 09, 2014, 07:31:01 AM »
He passed away on Sunday, November 23 at age 76. The calling hours were last Monday, December 1 from 1-4 p.m. Sonny won the 1979 and 1980 Holland Late Model titles with his #9.

Racing Discussion / Catania Deal To Buy Lancaster Wasn't Accepted
« on: November 25, 2014, 07:00:01 PM »
Gordon Reger confirmed to Larry Ott that Bill Catania's offer to buy Lancaster Speedway was denied. Reger is seeking a promoter for the 2015 season at the track. There will be an article in tomorrow's Buffalo News.

Racing Discussion / NWMT Thompson event on Fox Sports 1 TODAY: 10 a.m.
« on: November 01, 2014, 04:58:20 AM »
The 10/19/14 NWMT Thompson World Series event is televised on Fox Sports 1 from 10-11 a.m. today. See Ryan Preece take his last win in the #16; he's moved into his new #6 ride now....

Racing Discussion / 10/20/14 Buffalo News Auto Racing Article
« on: October 20, 2014, 11:16:42 AM »
Larry Ott’s WNY Auto Racing: U.S. Open Worth the Wait for Hanbury

Tony Hanbury survived both a late race battle with Jimmy Zacharias as well as damage from an accident in an earlier heat Sunday to win the Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Tour Tommy Druar/Tony Jankowiak Memorial 125. It’s the marquee race of Elegant Builders Raceway Park’s 26th annual U.S. Open Weekend.

The third and final day of the U.S. Open was finally run Sunday after it was rained out three times.

By simply taking the green flag Sunday, Chuck Hossfeld of Ransomville clinched the Race of Champions season point title, but his day would end in miserable fashion as he and Daren Scherer flew hard into the first turn wall on lap 46. Hossfeld’s right rear tire was going flat just prior to the accident. Both drivers were uninjured.

Prior to the crash, Hossfeld took the lead away from pole sitter George Skora III on lap 20 but lost it to Zacharias on a restart a few laps later. Rookie Sam Fullone inherited the lead on lap 76 when Zacharias pitted under caution. When the race resumed Nick Pecko wrestled the lead from Fullone around lap 85.

Andy Jankowiak grabbed the top spot by passing Pecko on lap 101 but Jankowiak and Pecko came together on lap 108 to bring out the caution. Hanbury inherited the lead.

Meanwhile, Zacharias was moving back through the field following a pit stop and got into second. The race restarted from a caution period with just five laps remaining but Hanbury held on by four car lengths over Zacharias.

“The car wasn’t the greatest all day,” said Hanbury. “That wreck in the heat was total driver error by me. The cars bent. The pan hard bars bent. The car is all tore up. From lap one of the feature race until lap 125, the left front tire was off the ground so something is really messed up but we won.”

Erick Rudolph hit the first turn wall hard on lap 73 after contact with Chris Ridsdale but was uninjured. Ridsdale was sent to the rear of the field for his involvement.

Rudolph races on both asphalt and dirt-surfaced tracks. His weekend started better then it ended. Rudolph drives his family-owned No. 25 358 Modified on the dirt and on occasion pilots Ed McGuire’s No. 51 asphalt Modified at certain Race of Champions events. Rudolph arrived at the Lancaster track Sunday to drive McGuire’s entry having already achieved another large career milestone earlier this weekend.

Rudolph placed second in the traveling 358 Modified Series point finale 100-lapper Friday in Brockville, Ont., to secure that series championship for the second year in a row. Rudolph trailed Carey Terrance by 11 markers coming to Brockville. Terrance finished fifth Friday meaning that Rudolph reversed the table and took the title by a scant four points.

“This year we really had to work for it,” said Rudolph. “We had some things happen to us in races that we’ve never seen it happen. We’re scratching our heads. We’ve never seen it happen or even heard of it happening. But that didn’t set us back. We kept working hard bringing a quality car to the track.”

The race at Brockville was won by 2014 Ransomville 358 Modified champion Danny Johnson.

In other U.S. Open results Sunday, Joe Mancuso passed Jay Mudra on a restart just past the halfway mark to win the 35-lap “Big 10” Super Stock Series headliner. The victory allowed Mancuso to also secure the 2014 “Big 10” Super Stock Series points championship. Mancuso also won the U.S. Open a year ago.

Veteran Jeff Brown captured the Late Model 50 after gaining the top spot when Bobby Weber suffered mechanical woes early in the race.

Scott Wylie has plenty of experience at Elegant Builders Raceway Park in many forms of race cars and it showed as the veteran easily topped the six car IMCA-style Modified field from the pole in their 12-lap main event.

The TQ Midgets were divided into two groups, the open-TQ Midgets and NYPAMA TQ Midgets. In the 15-lap open-TQ Midget feature Jonathan Reid spun from the pole but then charged back through the eight-car field to win. Shawn Nye was best in the 25-lap NYPAMA event ahead of 21 other racers. Reid was second in the NYPAMA race.

U.S. Open promoter Bill Catania Jr. addressed the crowd before the race and talked about his desire to buy the Lancaster-based track. Catania Jr. and his company, Short Track Management, are currently negotiating with track owner Gordon Reger to purchase the facility.

Catania Jr., was impressed with the number of cars and spectators that came out to support the first two days of the U.S. Open competition on Sept. 19 and 20, as well as the large number of drag racers who showed up for the season finale Sept. 26.

“For those of you who were here for days one and two last month, it was amazing to see these grandstands full again,” Catania Jr. said. “That gave us the confidence to submit a formal bid to buy the track and as we sit here today, you made that happen. Your loyalty to this race track and seeing the 277 drag racers that also came out here didn’t hurt either.

“I’m really looking forward to this next week and our hopes are that we can put together a final deal to be able to move forward and purchase this track.”


Racing Discussion / 9/20/14 Lancaster U.S. Open Results
« on: September 21, 2014, 01:52:57 AM »
Unofficial results:

Sportsman 75 (24 starters); 35 entered
1. Andy Jankowiak #57
2. Tony Hanbury #21
3. Jimmy Zacharias #71
4. Mike Fiebelkorn, Jr. #10
5. Mark Pennell #54
6. Cam Barber #B1
7. Troy Williams #91
8. Neal Dietz, Jr. #44
9. Tony Carbone #31
10. Ricky Knapp #11

Heats winners: Rusty Smith, Andy Jankowiak, Dave Tedesco, Rick Kluth; consi: Troy Williams

Street Stock 25 (29 starters):
1. Rich Sharpe #93 - first career victory
2. Brian Lonneville #12 - first Ransomville dirt finisher
3. T.J. Cochrane #06
4. Keith Flanigan #26
5. Nate Straus #20
6. Kris Hamann #8
7. Brandon Sherwood #87
8. Tim Welshans #32
9. Eric Brown #48
10. Ken Maltby #36

Heat winners: T.J. Cochrane, Brian Lonneville, Alex Morris

Four Cylinder 20 (21 starters):
1. Al Piasecki #9
2. Tim Durfy #77
3. Tom Lalomia, Jr. #8
4. Ken Hejna #L8
5. Bob Bogner #47B

Heat winners: Tom Lalomia Jr., Al Piasecki, Jim Bryant

Legends 25 (13 starters):
1. Jeremy Haudricourt #39
2. Andy Jankowiak #73
3. Mike Anderson #5A
4. Anthony Riforgiato #286
5. Melissa Brockman #26

Heat winners: Carl Vilardo IV, Jeremy Haudricourt

Vintage 12 (12 starters):
1. Paul McCarthy #14
2. Mark Loveland #00
3. Rick St. Pierre #20
4. Bob Ripley #99
5. Roy Rinne #2

Heat winners: Paul McCarthy, Les Myers

Late Model heat winners (13 entered): Dave Russell, Ron Nurmi

Racing Discussion / Flashback: 2003 Lancaster U.S. Open article & results
« on: September 20, 2014, 08:05:44 AM »
I was checking something out and found this. I though that I would share it. The names that are brought back and how things have changed after ten years is really amazing.


By Dave Buchanan

Anything that could happen just about did happen during the fifteenth edition of the Budweiser U.S. Open at the Lancaster Motorsports Park.  Great racing, close finishes, crashes, controversy, bad weather, great weather, and about 200 cars all attempting to win during the biggest race event in Western New York made for a weekend to remember. 

Of course the highlight of the weekend was the “Troyer Race Cars 125” series finale for the Sunoco Race of Champions Modified Tour.  Thirty-seven cars attempted to make the starting field, with 33 taking the opening green.  Second-generation standout Patsy Catalano started on the pole alongside L.M.P.-regular Brett Scherrer.  They would trade the lead during the first 2 laps until Catalano took control, however it wouldn’t last long.  2003 Visteon Modified track champion and Race of Champions winner, Sege Fidanza, started third and quickly dispatched of the younger Catalano on lap 4 as he looked to put the finishing touches on an amazing season.

Fidanza quickly distanced himself from the field with Scherrer in tow during the early stages.  The first caution of the day took place on lap 11 as New Jersey-native Jim Willis spun on the front stretch while former Lancaster track champions, Kenny Troyer and Todd Burley, tangled not too far away from Willis.  Troyer would drop out of the race, while Willis and Burley continued on.  During the yellow flag period, George Kent dropped out of the race due to mechanical problems.  Luckily for the “Duke” he had already put a lock on the overall title for the R.o.C. Tour. 

The top three remained the same during several caution periods as the race drew near the halfway point.  Pennsylvania drivers, Matt Hirschman and Zane Zeiner, made appearances in the top five.  Hirschman pitted on lap 45, while Zeiner made his way to third until Tim Mangus got past him on lap 63.  Mangus then passed Scherrer for second right before Scherrer spun out on lap 65 and collected Buck Catalano. 

With 60 laps remaining Fidanza led Mangus, Tony Hanbury, Zeiner and Patsy Catalano with tire wear starting to set in for some teams.  After another stretch of green flags, the 4 cars running behind Fidanza all pitted during a caution period on lap 86 along with J.R. Kent, T.J. Potrzebowski, and Rick Kluth.

That moved Donny Staubitz to second who pitted early in the race following a spin, while Bill Mislin and Tom McGrath were bumped up to third and fourth respectively.  Those 3 cars would tangle on the restart causing another caution giving Billy Putney the runner-up spot with 35 laps to go.  Putney had been in and out of the pits all afternoon but was now poised to take the lead.  When racing resumed Putney began working over Fidanza for the top spot.  He passed Fidanza on lap 102, however Matt Hirschman crashed hard into the turn 1 wall bringing out the caution.  With caution laps not counting after lap 100, the pass was negated as scoring reverted to the last completed lap. 

The long-time rivals would go at it again but this time Fidanza and Putney banged wheels going into turn 1 on lap 107 and Putney was sent spinning causing yet another caution.  This put Larry Jackson in the second spot with Zane Zeiner, J.R. Kent, Larry Havens, and T.J. Potrzebowski running in the top five.  The final caution of the race took place on lap 111 after a scary wreck by pole-sitter Patsy Catalano.  He hit the turn 3 wall and cart wheeled the car in mid-air.  Fortunately, Catalano was able to walk away from the incident unharmed.

The race restarted with Zeiner in second behind Fidanza, and the Bath, PA driver wasted no time in challenging the “Superman.”  With the newer tires Zeiner was able to get underneath Fidanza on lap 114 bringing the crowd to their feet in excitement.  Zeiner then pulled away for the final 10 laps to take the win and the $7,500 top prize.

It was redemption for Zeiner who led 106 laps of the Race of Champions 200 three weeks earlier at Oswego but lost the lead after having to pit.  This time pit strategy paid off as changing tires late in the race helped in getting to the front.  However, those tires weren’t exactly new.  According to the Zeiner crew, three of the tires on the car at race’s end were used tires that were thrown out by other drivers at Oswego.  The tires hardened up after sitting for 3 weeks and it was the right compound for the tricky LMP racing surface. 

Fidanza wound up second but didn’t go home empty handed.  He earned plenty of lap money from the Bill Colton Memorial Lucky 15 lap program after leading more than 100 laps including the halfway lap, which earned him $500 from the RoC Tour.  Billy Putney rallied late in the race to finish third.  Veteran Larry Havens came home fourth, and T.J. Potrzebowski completed the top five. 

Lee Sherwood finished sixth and won a brand new Troyer chassis by winning a special drawing for the top 5 finishing Troyer drivers.  Sherwood also won the consi, which was interrupted by an hour-long rain delay.  All 4 heat winners, Patsy Catalano, Tony Hanbury, George Kent, and Tom McGrath, received a $500 bonus from the Colton family in memory of longtime racing supporter Bill Colton who passed away last winner.  Bobby Osgood won the $500 Gater Racing News driver bonus draw.

Not to be outdone by their open-wheeled counterparts the Late Models boasted 39 entries all trying to make the 30-car starting field for their 75-lap feature.  The #98 of Joe Brainard started on the pole with cagey veteran John Julicher to his outside.  They would hook up with Shawn Dunning to make 3-car break away from the rest of the field. 

Brainard held off the advances of Dunning and Julicher for the first half off the race but lost the lead to Dunning on lap 36.  Two laps later, Brainard and Julicher tangled while running for second, taking them out of contention.  This moved the #27 of Holland Speedway regular Dan Domanowski to the second spot with his Holland-rival Vern Bliss in third. 

Domanowski kept pace with Dunning for a while but couldn’t keep up with the Race of Champions winner as the laps wore down.  Bliss reeled in Domanowski late in the race and passed him for second with just 7 laps to go.  Dunning would cross the finish line first, but following post-race inspection he was disqualified giving Vern Bliss his second career U.S. Open victory.  Domanowski was awarded second.  Bob Nye wrapped up a great late-season run with a third place showing.  Dave Russell finished fourth, and Julicher made his way back to fifth. 

Rookie-sensation Bobby Holmes won the 30-lap Sportsman feature.  Holmes inherited the lead on lap 19 after leaders Nick Cappelli and Joey Manko tangled in turn 1.  He then held off Jerry Gradl Jr. to win his third race of his first full season in the Sportsman.  Just like Zeiner in the Modifieds, Holmes started on the pole at Oswego and led a good portion of the race until mechanical problems knocked him out of the race.

Craig Orr led all but one of the 30-lap Jerry Gradl Motors Super Stock feature.  Pole sitter Dave Krawczyk led the first lap but Orr made a gutsy move on lap 2 to take the lead and he would never look back.  Jay Mudra and Doug Evans were on his tail all the way to the finish but couldn’t get around the 51 of Orr.  They would finish second and third while Rich Skora and John Durso completed the top five. 

Kyle Sharpe was the second rookie driver to win a U.S. Open feature in 2003 after leading all 30 laps of the Glen Campbell Chevrolet Street Stock feature.  Sharpe started on the pole and stayed in front all race long.  It was third win in a stellar rookie campaign for the former go-kart racer.  Tom Agen tried chasing him down but couldn’t get close enough and had to settle for second place.  Bobby Hanel Jr., John Shurmatz, and Zach Myers posted top five finishes.   

It was quite a finish in the FM Communications T.Q. Midget feature.  On the final lap James Michael Friesen ducked under Dave Wollaber to take the second spot in turn 2 and then got under race leader Chris Bandelian in turn 4 for his second-career U.S. Open victory.  Bandelian had led from lap 2 until that lap 29 pass as the young guns, Friesen and Wollaber, proved to be too strong late in the race.  A.J. Hessler was credited with the fourth place and Vinnie Christiano Jr. finished in fifth. 

On Saturday night the Cup Lite series completed their season with a 50-lap feature.  While Bill Burd secured the series title just by starting the race, Jeff Price stole the show by leading 40 laps for his second Cup Lite win at Lancaster in 2003.  Scott Wylie finished second, Dennis Tybor third, Burd fourth, and Bryan Weisenburg in fifth. 

The U.S. Open completes the 2003 racing season at the Lancaster Motorsports Park.  Special thanks and congratulations goes out to all the competitors, officials, staff, and most importantly the race fans who made L.M.P. the place to be Saturday nights throughout the season.



Heat Winners – Tony Hanbury, George Kent, Tom McGrath, Patsy Catalano

Consi Winner – Lee Sherwood

Feature – ZANE ZEINER, Sege Fidanza, Billy Putney, Larry Havens, T.J. Potrzebowski, Lee Sherwood, J.R. Kent, Bill Mislin, Larry Jackson, Tony Hanbury, Jerry Boerman, Rick Kluth, Todd Burley, Patsy Catalano, Donny Staubitz, Jim Willis, Brett Scherrer, John Markovic, Matt Hirschman, Tim Mangus, Rich Littlefield, Tom McGrath, Buck Catalano, Kevin Timmerman, Bobby Osgood, Bill Hebing, Dave Wollaber, Jim Flanigan, Eddie Murray, Karl Hehr, George Kent, Kenny Troyer and Jerry Gradl Jr.


Heat Winners – Dan Domanowski, Bob Nye, Todd Hoddick, Vern Bliss

Consi Winner – Bobby Weber

Feature – VERN BLISS, Dan Domanowski, Bob Nye, Dave Russell, John Julicher, Jeff Brown Jr., Don Irving, Bobby Weber, George Skora III, Chris Ross, Jason Petri, Bill Catania, Bill Allen Jr., Troy Williams, T.J. Johnson, Terry Weldy, Art Hill, Mark Bliss, Mike Catalano, Mike Davis, Joe Brainard, Bill Adamczyk, Mark Pennell, Todd Hoddick, Ron Nurmi, Glenn Gault Jr., Joe Carbone, Dan Habuda and Chris Zacharias. DQ: Shawn Dunning.


Heat Winners – Bobby Holmes, Ron Williams, Jerry Gradl Jr.

Feature – BOBBY HOLMES, Jerry Gradl Jr., Ron Williams, Rick Kluth, Jim Pierce, Nick Cappelli, Joey Manko, Roger Baranyi, Jamie Havens, Mike Rogers, Steve Hoxie, Sherri Hogan, Neal Dietz Jr., Ed Grimmer, John Gast Jr., Butch Drennan, Chuck Kuhn, Frank Booker Jr., Russ Gian, Ed Weber, Jim Flanigan, Tom Wiest, Justin Shepker, Don Wylie, Greg Martin, Ken Heckler, Chuck Anderson, Dave Powis and Paul Faleski.


Heat Winners – John Durso, Doug Evans

Feature – CRAIG ORR, Jay Mudra, Doug Evans, Rich Skora, John Durso, Ed Lechner, Wayne Bernhard, A.J. Cole, Bobby Lippa Jr., Mike Scott, Brian Richeal, Dave Krawczyk, Billy Coyle, Moose Rutherford, Jay Canonico, Jeff Merritt, Joe Fetzer and Tom Carney.


Heat Winners – Zach Myers, Rob Bulger, Kyle Sharpe

Feature – KYLE SHARPE, Tom Agen, Bobby Hanel Jr., John Shurmatz, Zach Myers, Frank Batista Jr., Tim Garlock, Rob Bulger, Rick Widmer, Don Deville, Tim Offhaus, Chris Ford, Marty Hughes, Gary Light, Pete Hackett, Shane Porter, Shawn Warthling, Jerry Carpenter, Tim Geary, Neal Poodry, Chuck Hughes, Joe Mergel, Charles Urbino, Scott Mutka, Brendan Northrup, Lou Easterday and Mark Pew.


Heat Winners – Dave Wollaber, Jamie Collard

Feature – JAMES MICHAEL FRIESEN, Chris Bandelian, Dave Wollaber, A.J. Hessler, Vinnie Christiano Jr., Wayne Turnbull, Jamie Collard, Dan Lawrence, Dave Balych, Colin Turnbull, Paul Smoth, Jim Fleischman, Chad Haywood, Mike Blair, Curtis Friesen, Jared Turnbull, Craig Mackereth, D.J. Sossong, Shawn Szejnar and Jim Lafler.


Heat Winners – Jeff Price, Bill Burd

Feature – JEFF PRICE, Scott Wylie, Dennis Tybor, Bill Burd, Bryan Weisenburg, Dave Whittaker, Dave Rigan, Kevin Blakely, Scott Fritz, Glenn Attanasio, Michael Czuprynski, Kirk Sherwood, Leo Becker, Gary Lounsbury and Dan Tybor.

Racing Discussion / 8/9/14 E.B.R.P. Results
« on: August 09, 2014, 10:43:37 PM »
Unofficial results:

Sportsman 35:

1. Mark Pennell #54 - first career victory
2. Kevin Miller #45
3. Tom MacLeod #32
4. Amy Catalano #64
5. Kirk Totten #11
6. Matt Druar #37
7. Tommy Catalano #54PJ
8. Jayme Thompson #54T
9. Dean Kroll #1
10. Tim Hoegel #19
11. Kalie Clementi #29
12. Alan Bookmiller #10x
13. John Barber #10
14. Sherri Hogan #74
15. Nate Reynolds #71

~ There was contact between Tommy Catalano and leader MacLeod with a few laps remaining. Tommy was able to take the lead, and it was ruled to be intentional. He took the checkers, but the win went to Pennell.

Street Stock 25:
1. Jim Stein #50 (the Dennis Londos #50 ride instead of his #21)
2. Mike Dalfonso, Jr. #17
3. Jeff Whalen #19
4. Mike Dalfonso #56
5. T.J. Cochrane #06
6. Keith Flanigan #26
DNS: Jay Mudra #76

Four Cylinder 20:
1. Tom LaLomia, Jr. #911
2. Peter Koschuk #22
3. Al Piasecki #9
4. Rich Bartell #29
5. Jason Anasiewicz #3
6. Brian Cleversly #4
7. Chris Pennell #33
8. Joe Brunka #27

Racing Discussion / 7/20/14 E.B.R.P. Results
« on: July 20, 2014, 09:00:30 PM »
Unofficial results:

Sportsman 25:

1. Tom MacLeod #32
2. Kevin Miller #45
3. Mark Pennell #54
4. Jayme Thompson #54T
5. Kirk Totten #11
6. Matt Druar #9 (drove Russ Gian's car)
DNS: Russ Gian #37, Sherri Hogan #74

Street Stock 25:
1. T.J. Cochrane #06
2. Keith Flanigan #26
3. Jim Stein #21
4. Dave Vona #3V
5. Nate Straus #20
6. Jerome Hruby #76
7. Gary Bartella #3
8. Mike Dalfonso, Jr. #17
9. Dennis Londos #50
10. Jeff Whalen #19
11. Mike Dalfonso #56

Four Cylinder 20:
1. Bobby Woch #8
2. Joe Brunka #27
3. Rich Bartell #29
4. Jason Anasiewicz #3
5. Brian Cleversly #4
6. Tim Durfy #L8
7. Garrett Cleversly #52
DNS: Ken Hejna #89

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