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Operation Green Flag Gets Rained Out at Merrittville


THOROLD, ONTARIO (July 11, 2020) … Management of the Merrittville Speedway has pulled the plug on Operation Green Flag: Mission Merrittville scheduled for Saturday, July 11. Potential heavy rains are expected in the forecast throughout the day and into the evening were factors behind the decision.

“The weather for today and tonight was not going to be favorable in order for us to have the whole show completed”, says track owners Don and Lorraine Spiece. “We had drivers register to compete that were traveling from several hours away and we made the decision to call off tonight’s show in a timely manner”, the Spiece’s added.

Operation Green Flag: Mission Merrittville has been rescheduled for Sunday, July 26 featuring the S&W Service Centre 358 Modifieds, 360 Sprint Cars, and Hoosier Stocks. The full program will be streamed live on and can be seen nationally on REVTV Canada at a date to be announced. The 358 Modifieds purse has been updated with $300 to take the green thanks to DiPaola, DiPietro, and Little Licensed Public Accountants.

Fans are encouraged to keep up to date with all the schedules and if any changes are needed by following Merrittville on social media including Facebook (, Twitter (@Merrittville), and now on Instagram (@merrittvillespeedway). For results, point standings, and more, check out







Steven Petty
Co-Advisor: WGCC 90.7 FM Genesee Community College
Public Address Announcer: The College at Brockport (SUNY) Golden Eagles
Director of Public & Media Relations/Announcer: Humberstone Speedway
Director of Public & Media Relations/Announcer: Merrittville Speedway


All qualifying heat races are completed prior to Mother Nature taking control.

Story by Kenny Shupp Jr. PR Director.

(Dundee, NY) A light drizzle just prior to the start of hot laps forced the track preparation crew at the Outlaw Speedway to put in additional time getting the surface in race trim.  After approximately a forty-five-minute delay the qualifying heat races were run off in all seven of the regular class of competition with only one major incident coming in the first heat of the IMCA Hobby Stock Division.  With a hotly contested fight for the lead brewing among the top five competitors, some contact was made exiting turn four finding Jack Ayers climbing over the right rear tire and quarter panel of the Nick Stark machine.  Ayers then did a series of barrel rolls down the front straight away coming to rest upside down in the infield area.  The highly trained team of EMT’s along with other track Fire and Rescue personnel were at the Ayers machine within seconds and after some anxious moments the veteran driver exited his heavily damaged car and walked away.  As the machine was then turned back onto its wheels it could be observed that the roll cage was still totally intact with no damage to the cockpit area. 

The Winner’s Circle Deli Bandit feature was on the track for their feature event just prior to intermission when a steady rain hit the speedway forcing Outlaw Speedway Track Owner, Tyler Siri and his girlfriend, Jordan Lynch with no other choice but the cancel the remainder of the program.
With seven adult class feature events to be made up the track will release a tentative schedule of how and when the remaining feature events will be made up.  Early indications point to at least one feature make-up per week for the foreseeable future. 

The $1,000 Bounty that was placed on Super Matt Sheppard this past week by Siri for any Modified driver that can beat the four time feature winner in 2020 will roll over till next Friday night and continue until one of Sheppard’s competitors can stop his win streak.   

Some one hundred thirty-three cars filled the Outlaw Speedway pit area, the largest car count of the season thus far including invaders in every class of competition.  The most notable perhaps being Mike Maresca making the long haul from the northern part of New York State to compete in the Friendly Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep Ram Modified Division.  It is hoped that Maresca will return to Outlaw as he along with other top Modified pilots all have their sights set on dethroning Super Matt Sheppard and leaving with the added $1,000 bonus.

As of this writing the Outlaw Speedway will continue to operate with NO FANS in the grandstand seating area as per New York State requirements.  However, the pit area will remain open to those choosing to enter and the action can also be seen live on Dirt Track Digest TV for a minimal fee.  For more information simply log in at

For constant updates regarding the Outlaw Speedway including any changes in fan occupancy, action photos, gate, hot lap and start times along with a slew of other track related information go to

All other information including a current list of the point standings, rules, the complete 2020 schedule of events, a list of track officials, directions to the speedway and much more log on at

(25 cars)

Heats.  Cory Costa, Brady Fultz,

30 lap feature.  To be made up.


Heats.  Brett Buono, Tim Guild, AJ Lloyd
25 lap feature.  To be made up.



Doug Smith, Travis Grover, Zach Sobotka 
25 lap feature.  To be made up.


Heats.  Aksel Jensen, Glen Whritenour 

20 lap feature.  To be made up.

IMCA MODIFIEDS.  (11 cars)

Heats.  Shawn Bruce, Bumps Scutt 

20 lap feature.  To be made up.


Heats. Jeremy Trank, Wayne Ellison, Josh Oles 

20 lap feature.  To be made up.

WGI response: 

WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (July 8, 2020) – As a result of the ongoing pandemic nationwide, our NASCAR weekend has been realigned to the Daytona International Speedway road course August 14 – 16.
“This is an unprecedented time in the history of our nation and Watkins Glen International,” said WGI President Michael Printup. “The dynamic situation we are all confronting is impacting our daily lives and activities in unimaginable ways. While we are disappointed we will not experience NASCAR in New York this year, as we look broadly at the current pandemic in our country and around the world, we must focus first on everyone’s safety and well-being as NASCAR seeks the best way to continue delivering a remarkable on-track product week after week.”

Ticketholders for the Watkins Glen International NASCAR weekend will automatically receive a credit for the full amount of their purchase, plus an additional 20% of the total amount paid in their account within the next 5-7 days. The credit can be applied to a future NASCAR race event in 2020 or 2021 at a NASCAR-owned track.

Statement from Watkins Glen International regarding the Go Bowling at The Glen weekend


WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (July 8, 2020) – As a result of the ongoing pandemic nationwide, our NASCAR weekend has been realigned to the Daytona International Speedway road course August 14 – 16.


“This is an unprecedented time in the history of our nation and Watkins Glen International,” said WGI President Michael Printup. “The dynamic situation we are all confronting is impacting our daily lives and activities in unimaginable ways. While we are disappointed we will not experience NASCAR in New York this year, as we look broadly at the current pandemic in our country and around the world, we must focus first on everyone’s safety and well-being as NASCAR seeks the best way to continue delivering a remarkable on-track product week after week.”


Ticketholders for the Watkins Glen International NASCAR weekend will automatically receive a credit for the full amount of their purchase, plus an additional 20% of the total amount paid in their account within the next 5-7 days. The credit can be applied to a future NASCAR race event in 2020 or 2021 at a NASCAR-owned track.


For additional ticketholder options and more information, please visit If a refund is preferred, requests are due August 7, 2020.


Please note that our team will be in touch as soon as possible regarding requests, but it may take up to 60 days from the original form submission date to process.

World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars Upcoming Schedule

Four-race Midwest swing starts Friday; Gettysburg Clash added to July schedule West Coast events to be replaced by postponed Spring races

CONCORD, NC — The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprint Car Series kicks off a four-race swing from Iowa to Wisconsin to Indiana and eventually Ohio beginning Friday night. It begins to shape the next couple of months on the tour.

Following events Friday at 34 Raceway, Saturday at Wilmot Raceway, Sunday at the Terre Haute Action Track and Tuesday in the Ohio Logistics Brad Doty Classic at Attica Raceway Park, the World of Outlaws stars will turn their focus to Pennsylvania.

The Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup on Tuesday, July 21, at Lernerville Speedway remains one of the most historic events on the tour each year, and at $25,000 the biggest midweek payday all season. In addition, the previously postponed Gettysburg Clash presented by Drydene at Lincoln Speedway is rescheduled for Thursday, July 23, ahead of the July 24-25 Champion Racing Oil Summer Nationals at Williams Grove Speedway.

“These are some of the most challenging times we’ve ever experienced on many different levels,” World of Outlaws CEO Brian Carter said. “Our goal is to provide entertainment to our fans and high-level competition for our teams while also doing it as safely as we possibly can. We continue to work with local and state governments across the country, and in some cases it just doesn’t make sense to bring the Series to several of the locations that were originally scheduled given the current environment. Therefore, we’re doing our best to let our fans know where they can expect to see us over the next few months. And of course, they can always watch us on DIRTVision no matter where they reside.”

Mass gathering restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic have affected the events scheduled for July 31-Aug. 2 in New York. The event that was to run July 31 at Ransomville Speedway will be rescheduled for the 2021 season, and fans with tickets can use their same tickets for that event. The Empire State Challenge scheduled for Aug. 1 at Weedsport Speedway and the event Aug. 2 at Orange County Fair Speedway are canceled for 2020 and tickets will be handled through the tracks.

Two huge August weekends follow. First up is the Aug. 7-8 Ironman Weekend at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 with fully open grandstands. The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars “Return to Racing” included I-55 in May with Brad Sweet and Kyle Larson winning a couple of thrillers.

The next week, Aug. 13-15, is “The One & Only” at Knoxville Raceway featuring the $50,000-to-win Brownells Capitani Classic presented by Great Southern Bank. Three World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series races will run in place of the NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Store with a total prize money in excess of $400,000. With limited three-day ticket packages available in advance, fans are encouraged to secure their seats at World of before it’s too late.

Like normal, the Outlaws will head to North Dakota after Knoxville. The Series will invade River Cities Speedway Aug. 21 in Grand Forks and then head Aug. 22 to Red River Valley Speedway in West Fargo. The event originally scheduled for Dakota State Fair Speedway in Huron, SD, has been canceled, and fans will be contacted by SLS Promotions.

A major shift in the schedule will then take place. Rather than head towards the West Coast where local restrictions in several municipalities will make it impossible for the Series to compete, the Outlaws will aim to fill that stretch of the schedule from Aug. 28 through Sept. 19 with races that had been postponed in the spring when the sports world shut down.

So this fall, the World of Outlaws will not be racing at Black Hills Speedway (Aug. 28), Big Sky Speedway (Aug. 29), Skagit Speedway (Sept. 4-5), Grays Harbor Raceway (Sept. 7), Willamette Speedway (Sept. 9), Silver Dollar Speedway (Sept. 11-12), Stockton Dirt Track (Sept. 18) or Calistoga Speedway (Sept. 19).

In addition, the postponed California spring events at Santa Maria Raceway and Thunderbowl Raceway are also canceled.

Fans who purchased tickets to Black Hills, Santa Maria, Grays Harbor, Stockton and Calistoga will receive a credit for the face value of their ticket in their account. If a refund is preferred, CLICK HERE to request a face value refund.

Fans with tickets to the events at Dakota State Fair Speedway and Big Sky will be contacted by SLS Promotions. Fans with tickets to Skagit and Thunderbowl should contact the tracks for ticket information.

All events, including The One & Only at Knoxville, will be broadcast on DIRTVision to Fast Pass subscribers.

For all the latest updates and information, visit and follow on social media.


The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink® Sprint Car Series is brought to fans across the country by many important sponsors and partners, including: Drydene (Official Motor Oil), Hoosier Racing Tire (Official Tire), iRacing (Official Online Racing Game), Morton Buildings (Official Building), NOS Energy (Official Energy Product), SIS Insurance (Official Insurance Provider) and VP Racing Fuels (Official Racing Fuel); contingency sponsors include ARP Automotive Racing Products, Cometic Gasket, COMP Cams, DART, and KSE Racing Products ; manufacturer sponsors include FireAde, Intercomp, Racing Electronics, and TNT Rescue.

Founded in 1978, the World of Outlaws®, based in Concord, NC, is the premier national touring series for dirt track racing in North America, featuring the most powerful cars on dirt, the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series and the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series. Annually, the two series race nearly 140 times at tracks across the United States and Canada. CBS Sports Network is the official broadcast partner of the World of Outlaws. DIRTVision® also broadcasts all World of Outlaws events over the Internet to fans around the world. Learn more about the World of Outlaws.


The Daytona road course replaces the Glen on the schedule.  No official response announcement from the Glen, yet...

Watkins Glen International has announced a new partnership with Gilligan’s Ice Cream as the Preferred Ice Cream

WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (July 1, 2020) – Watkins Glen International has announced a new partnership with Gilligan’s Ice Cream as the Preferred Ice Cream of The Glen, to satisfy the sweet tooth of race fans.


“This partnership is certainly a treat for all our fans,” said WGI President Michael Printup. “We are excited to not only have a preferred ice cream and unique flavors dedicated to Watkins Glen International, but being able to partner with another New York State company is fantastic to share their products with the community.”


The Sherburne, NY based company will feature a wide variety of ice cream and develop a custom flavor dedicated to the iconic 3.4-mile circuit. Gilligan’s has been specializing a variety of hard ice cream flavors including chocolate, vanilla, sherbet and sorbet for more than 20 years. Several years ago, Gilligan’s started experimenting with recipes to also make ice cream with beer, wine and hard cider.


“Gilligan's Ice Cream is excited to expand our premium line of ice cream by partnering with New York's premium raceway, Watkins Glen International,” Gilligan’s co-owner Andy Lagoe said. “As a new company, we understand by partnering with established businesses and venues we can grow our brand while giving our partner a high quality, made in New York product that will enhance their already successful business model. And what's better than watching a race on a summer day then with an ice cream.”


Gilligan’s is proud to offer a diverse range of ice cream flavors at several restaurants and wineries in Central New York. Feel free to stop by the restaurant and ice cream shop in Sherburne, NY to sample flavors as well as enjoy the full menu of American favorites, from burgers, subs to wraps, and sandwiches. Visit for more information.


Located within five (5) hours (~300 miles) of 25% of the US population, Watkins Glen International is the premier road racing facility in North America, three-times voted “Best NASCAR Track” by readers of USA Today. Keep up with The Glen on Facebook and Twitter. For tickets, camping, and additional information, call 1-866-461-RACE or visit



Watkins Glen International Media Contact:

[/b]Mike Gardner, Public Relations Manager – 607-535-3307

Short tracks of all types of racing previously endured at least two terrible seasons due to inclement weather so I wouldn't be surprised if that plays a role in any decisions regarding ongoing operations or those moving forward!

I agree!  The ambiguity and resulting confusion seems to come from the lack of distinction between state horse race tracks and auto racing facilities...It's only my unguided interpretation and opinion!  (I would love to speak with long-time Holland track owner and attorney, Ron Bennett, regarding his opinion about ALL this!!!)

Thanks for keeping your reply concise and mature...There are those who believe some sort of injunction modifying the order is well underway or is about to be created.

Here is a copy-and paste of New York State's Governor Cuomo's executive order regarding racetracks re-opening ...A link of a .pdf on the state's website can be found at the bottom. Not unexpectedly, the order is filled with plenty of "legalese" (so beware: it is a long read...) 

The bulk of the document is in regard to political election guidelines--but as one might expect, cleverly tucked in at the bottom of the document regards operation of racetracks: specifically as it pertains to fan attendance

"Any licensee or franchisee of a racetrack in the State is hereby permitted to operate such racetrack as of June 1, 2020, provided such racetrack does not permit any visitor or fan into the facility, and allows on site only essential personnel; and provided further that such licensee or franchisee of a racetrack, and all essential personnel adhere to any directive or guidance issued by the Department of Health and/or by the Gaming Commission." 

I could be misinterpreting what the order states but in my mind, the legalities of the operation of racing getting back to "normal" is one for attorneys to muddle through.  Now, I ain't no lawyer nor legal scholar so I welcome interpretations and opinions for discussion of executive order 202.44. We all want racing to return to the way it was before all this pandemic stuff affected nearly all aspects of our lives...

Keep the discussion lively but PLEASE let's stay away from heavy-handed political overtones, bashing and personal insults!


Hopeful for racing to return after July 21; World of Outlaws date to be rescheduled

RANSOMVILLE, N.Y. (June 30, 2020) - Ransomville Speedway will continue to review its 2020 schedule following the issue of Executive Order #202.44 by the state of New York, which prohibits spectators from race tracks until July 21. Ransomville will have a better understanding once guidelines are provided by New York for events after July 21. We will make every attempt to run our five weekly divisions for any remaining events this season. Practice dates for both the stock car program and the Stirling Lubricants presents Champion Racing Oil Weekly Karting Series are in the works for late July as well.

Ransomville Speedway is excited to announce a new date for one of its biggest annual events. The 36th annual Summer Nationals for the Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds and Sportsman, presented by Busch, Wendt’s Propane, National Maintenance Construction Company and Stirling Lubricants, has been rescheduled for Monday, August 24. While previously slated for Tuesday, July 7, officials from Ransomville and the Super DIRTcar Series worked together to find a new date for the Summer Nationals after the executive order was issued. Management is also working with the Ransomville Firehall on the annual Chicken BBQ.

We have been in contact with officials from the World of Outlaws and World Racing Group about rescheduling the Big R Outlaw Shootout for later in the year. Racing on Friday, July 31 will now be a regular show featuring the Krown Undercoating 358 Modifieds, Investor’s Service Sportsman, Ki-Po Chevrolet Street Stocks, Sunflowers of Sanborn Mini Stocks and the Stevenson’s Hardware Novice Sportsman. Drivers and fans should continue to monitor the Ransomville Speedway website and social media channels for the latest updates.

While this is a very fluid situation we are very hopeful about getting back on track in late July. The staff and management of Ransomville Speedway would like to thank everyone for their continued patience.


About Ransomville Speedway: Opened in 1958, Ransomville Speedway is located on Braley Road in the hamlet of Ransomville, just 20 minutes from Niagara Falls and Lockport. “The Big R” is a 3/8-mile DIRTcar sanctioned facility that is the home of the Summer Nationals. Ransomville also features a 1/16-mile Go-Kart track for action on the “Little R” on Thursday nights. For more information, please visit our updated website at as well as follow us on Twitter @Ransomville and like us on Facebook. You can also contact the speedway by phone by calling (716) 791-3602 or (716) 791-3611.     

Dave Buchanan
P.R. Director
Ransomville Speedway
Track Office (716) 791-3602
Cell (716) 207-1165


North East, Pennsylvania – (June 28, 2020) – Matt Hirschman of Northampton, Pennsylvania, continued his dominance at Lake Erie Speedway this past Saturday night as he scored the opening night Series victory in the “Bash by the Lake” 75 for the Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Series. Hirschman has won the last six races at the North East, Pa., speed plant, dating back to the surprise victory by Will Thomas of Sharpsville, Pa., in 2016. It was Hirschman’s 48th career Race of Champions series victory.

“It was a big night for us,” stated Hirschman. “Things have obviously been different this year and we are happy to come out and do our things. I love Lake Erie, it has been a great race track for me. I’m very thankful the show worked out. The weather didn’t look so good this week. We had a great car, a good draw and things just went our way. I hope the next race comes sooner rather than later, but whenever it is, we will be ready.”

Hirschman topped Andy Jankowiak of Tonawanda, N.Y., finished second after a late race charge at Hirschman. Patrick Emerling of Orchard Park, N.Y., the defending series champion finished third. Mike Leaty of Williamson, N.Y., finished fourth with Timmy Catalano of Ontario, N.Y., rounding out the top-five.

Bobby Holmes of Lockport, N.Y., won the T.Q. Midget Series race over Andy Nye of Lancaster, N.Y., and Kyle Hutchinson of East Aurora, N.Y. Holmes, Nye and Hutchinson staged an epic battle with several lead changes throughout the race.

In Friday’s action, George Skora, III of Eden, N.Y., scored his first Race of Champions Sportsman Modified Series victory. Skora was a former Late Model track champion at Lake Erie. Leaty finished second with Jankowiak third. Daryl Lewis, Jr., of Ontario, ,N.Y. finished fourth and Jake Wylie of Derby, N.Y., rounded out the top-five.

Tommy Krawczyk of West Seneca, N.Y., survived several restarts to win the Super Stock Series event. Krawczyk out ran Tommy Barron from Ontario, N.Y., who is the defending series champion. TJ Cochrane of Cheektowaga, N.Y., finished third. Nik Welshans of West Seneca, N.Y., finished fourth with Trevor Catalano of Ontario, N.Y., finishing fifth.

Bryce Bailey, who is just 15-years old from Waverly, N.Y., scored his first feature victory on Friday night in his first start with the Four Cylinder Dash Series. Bailey topped DJ Shaw of Waverly, N.Y., who finished second and Erik Johnson of Elyria, Ohio, who came home third. Jason Anasiewicz of Alden, N.Y., finished fourth and Charles Palmer of Cheektowaga, N.Y., finished fifth.

D.J. Shaw moved up one position on Saturday evening and captured his first Four Cylinder Dash Series victory. Palmer finished second with Bryar Dils of Derby, N.Y., finishing third. Anasiewicz finished fourth with Josh Schosek of Hamburg, N.Y., finishing fifth.

Full and detailed race results and point standings can be obtained at (

The Race of Champions is a sanctioning body presenting Modified and Stock Car racing on asphalt and dirt surfaces throughout the Northeast, with events in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey with primary marketing partners Hoosier Racing Tire, VP Racing Fuels, Printed Image of Buffalo, Waddell Communications, Pilat Graphic Design, TDH Refrigeration, RPM Newsletter and Workshops; Sherwood Racing Wheels,, Wilbert’s U-Pull It and The 70th annual Race of Champions weekend will take place in 2020 at Lake Erie Speedway in North East, Pennsylvania and is the second longest consecutive auto-racing event in North America, second only to the Indianapolis 500.



Brad Rouse, Jacob Dykstra, and Jay Moulton Win on Operation Green Flag: Mission Merrittville


THOROLD, ONTARIO (June 27, 2020) … Racing returned to “Canada’s Oldest Dirt Track” Saturday Night as defending track champion Brad Rouse from St. Catharines, Ontario won the main event for the RM Racing Lubricants/Rick’s Delivery DIRTcar Sportsman as part of Operation Green Flag: Mission Merrittville Speedway. Port Colborne, Ontario’s Jacob Dykstra picked up the win in the Action Sprint Tour A-Main. Jay Moulton from St. Catharines, Ontario won the main event for the Central Fabricating/Glo & Go Tanning Mini Stocks. The event was streamed LIVE on and will be broadcasted nationally on REVTV Canada.

“The Mongrel” Jay Mallory and defending track champion Brad Rouse brought the RM Racing Lubricants/Rick’s Delivery DIRTcar Sportsman to the green flag with Rouse taking the lead as Greg Panunte battled with Chad Chevalier for third place. With Rouse and Mallory showing the way, the battle for third continued to heat up as Panunte led Chevalier, Brent Begolo, James Friesen and Cody McPherson Begolo would work his way around Chevalier to take over fourth place and would then challenge Panunte. Using lap traffic, Chevalier would reel back in Begolo as well as catching Panunte and Mallory, making it a four-car battle for second. Chevalier would take over second with less than five laps remaining. Rouse would score the win. Chevalier, Mallory, Begolo and Cody McPherson completed the top five. Competitors in the Sportsman division received DIRTcar Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Points. The winner of the main event received a case of Maxima Full Synthetic 10w30 from RM Racing Lubricants, the Master Distributor for Maxima Racing Oil’s Performance Auto Division in Canada. “The good starting position helped us tonight that’s for sure”, commented race winner Brad Rouse. “It’s tough not being able to race in the states yet but we have some tough competition here and we're having fun racing in Canada” Rouse added. Second place finisher Chad Chevalier commented “I’m pleased with second. We couldn’t run the bottom, so we had to run where everyone else wasn’t and we made some gains on the top.” “I’m happy with a third tonight with the new car,” said Jay Mallory. “Chad (Chevalier) got me in lap traffic but we did a good job on the first night”, Mallory continued.

Jake Dykstra and Darren Dryden were on the front row for the first Action Sprint Tour event of the 2020 season with Dykstra showing the way. After a couple of early cautions slowed the pace down, Dykstra, Dryden, and Mike Bowman started to pull away from the field. Ryan Hunsinger and Cody Smith brought out the caution to bunch the field back up again. Bowman would battle with Dryden for second place for several laps. Bowman would take over the second position with six laps remaining. Bowman would be on the tail tank of Dykstra on the lap 19 restart and would look to the inside of Dykstra with five laps remaining. Allan Downey would pass Dryden to take over third place with four laps remaining. Downey would continue his trek towards the front and would go to the outside to pass Bowman to take over second with two laps remaining. Jacob Dykstra would hold off Downey to bring home the win. Mike Bowman would finish in third to complete the podium. “I’ve felt like I’ve had millions of laps here at Merrittville and its always cool to win here” stated Dykstra in victory lane. “I’m speechless with a second-place finish and I’m pumped about my first top-five finish”, commented runner up finisher Allan Downey. Third place finisher Mike Bowman said “I had a lot of fun. Can’t thank Terry Baker and his crew enough for letting me have fun tonight.”

Jay Moulton and Dylan Llord brought the 28-car Central Fabricating/Glo & Go Tanning 4 Cylinder Mini Stocks to the green flag for their feature event with Moulton taking the lead. Leroy Buscumb battled with Dylan Llord for the runner up position with Wayde Thorne, Tyler Lafantaisie and Craig Vlasic racing in the top six. Lafantaisie would next challenge Llord for second place, with Lafantaisie taking over the position. Moulton would continue to show the way over Lafantaisie and Llord. Moulton would lead every lap to score the win over Lafantaisie and Llord. “It feels good to be back in victory lane after winning the last race in 2019 and now the first race in 2020”, stated race winner Jay Moulton.

Marketing and support of Operation Green Flag: Mission Merrittville is provided by Bobcat of Hamilton, Corr/Pak Merchandising, Bicknell Racing Products, Hoosier Tire Canada, Pinty’s Delicious Foods, Rick’s Delivery, Bellinger Electric Inc., and Rouse Motorsports. Merrittville Speedway would also like to thank all those that supported the Mini Stock event, including Submission Subs, St. Catharines Towing, Hannelore Headley Old & Fine Books Inc., St. Catharines Husky & Travel Centre,, Mule Shine Custom Embroidery & Sewing By Tammy, Norwex by Debra Martin, Paul Meaney Coldwell Banker, Fusion Studio of Performing Arts, Olee’s Food & Ale House, St. Joseph’s Bakery, Frank Iudiciani, Cameron Lane, Amanda Lambert, Brian Allen, Cheryl Hampton, Denzel & Amy Coleman, Pam Hall, Philip Charles, and Friends. These individuals and sponsors helped reduce the cost of the registration of the Mini Stocks and raised over $1,100.

Fans are encouraged to keep up to date with all the schedules and if any changes are needed by following Merrittville on social media including Facebook (, Twitter (@Merrittville), and now on Instagram (@merrittvillespeedway). For results, point standings, and more, check out

Operation Green Flag: Mission Merrittville RACE RESULTS

RM Racing Lubricants/Rick’s Delivery DIRTcar Sportsman:

BRAD ROUSE, Chad Chevalier, Jay Mallory, Brent Begolo, Cody McPherson, Greg Panunte, Justin Sharp, James Michael Friesen, Taylor Vanderzanden, Trevor Wright, Adam Leslie, Billy Bleich Jr, Brandon Gruhl, Jessica Power, Luke Carleton, Noah Mamo, Rob Sauder, Mitch Dumont, Jason VanMil, Michael Dillon, Jeff Panunte, John Babion, Cameron Lane, Geneva Sheffield, Nathan Peattie

Qualifying Heats: Jay Mallory, Brad Rouse, Chad Chevalier


Action Sprint Tour: JACOB DYKSTRA, Allan Downey, Mike Bowman, Darren Dryden, Liam Martin, Paul Klager, Steven Beckett, Josh Hansen, Dereck Lemyre, Johnny Miller, Nick Sheridan, DJ Christie, Jesse Costa, Lucas Smith, Adrian Stahle, Eric Gledhill, Rob Neely, Ryan Hunsinger, Trevor Young, Steve Murdock, Brian Nanticoke, Dave McKnight Jr, Brett Stratford, Larry Gledhill, Tyler Ward, Darrell Pelletier, Cody Smith, Noelle Teal

Qualifying Heats: Paul Klager, Dereck Lemyre, Steven Beckett, Jacob Dykstra


Central Fabricating/Glo & Go Tanning Mini Stocks:

JAY MOULTON, Tyler Lafantaisie, Dylan Llord, Craig Vlasic, Wayde Thorne, Leroy Buscumb, Kyle Rothwell, Go Fast Teeple, Mark Bazuin, Vincent Pagnotta, Brian Aube, Jason Tolton, Danny Wurster, Scott Simpson, John “Crash” Myers, Dave Lane, John Couture, Donny Deagle, Colton Lane, Tom Cole, Braden Keus, Matt Christie, Ryan Houston, Anthony Rinaldi, Rob Shaw, Austyn Werstroh, Rob Goulding, Tim Nuell

Qualifying Heats: Jay Moulton, Dylan Llord, Rob Goulding







Steven Petty
Co-Advisor: WGCC 90.7 FM Genesee Community College
Public Address Announcer: The College at Brockport (SUNY) Golden Eagles
Director of Public & Media Relations/Announcer: Humberstone Speedway
Director of Public & Media Relations/Announcer: Merrittville Speedway


(21 cars)

Heats. Danny Johnson, Jordan Siri, Kyle Coffey,

30 lap feature. Matt Sheppard (3), Danny Johnson, Erick Rudolph, Jim LaRock, Steve Paine, Kyle Coffey, Brady Fultz, Eldon Payne, Derrick Podsiadlo, Alan Johnson, Kailee Dimorier, Greg Birosh, Lance Dusett, Jordan Siri, Ron Cartwright Jr., Ed Lawrence, Justin Wright, Billy Shantel, Tyler Siri, Cory Costa, Walt Chyrywaty.   


Heats. Troy Sparring, Alex Payne, Chris Fisher

25 lap feature.  Alex Payne, Will Shields, Zach Sobotka, Billy Paine, Donnie Lawson, Troy Sperring, Chris Fisher, Dale Welty, Chris Silvers, Doug Smith, Karl Comfort, Cole Youse, Lance Erwin, Bryan Rhodes, Dean Loughlin, Travis Grover, Steve Schrader, Ajay Potrzebowski, Kaiden Dgien, Justin Schenck


Heats.  Alex Payne, Tommy Paine

25 lap feature.  Tommy Collins Jr. (2), Zach Sobotka, Alex Payne, Zach George, Will Shields, JR Sperring, Brett Buono, Travis Grover, AJ Lloyd, Tony Velez, Tommy Paine, Bryan Rhodes, Brett Baldwin. DNS, Tim Guild.   DQ, Stacy Jackson.


Heats. Glen Whritenour, Jake Karlnoski

20 lap feature. Jake Karlnoski, Glen Whritenour, Mike Wonderling, CJ Guererri, Jared Hill, Bob Buono, Jeremy Potrzebowski, Jimmy Grant, Lance Albanese, Chuck Winslow, Aksel Jensen, Abe Romanik, Zach Teed, Gene Balmer, Aaron Miller, Mike Wilbur Jr.

IMCA MODIFIEDS.   (9 cars)

Heat. Kevin Smith

20 lap feature. Rodney Morgan (4), Rich Karlnoski, Nichole Spaulding, Rick Watt, Sparky Hills, Brad Smith, Shawn Bruce, Bumps Scutt, Kevin Smith


Heats. Jeremy Trank, Marc Minutolo

20 lap feature.  Wayne Ellison (3), Bruce Kinner, Jamie Eldredge Jr., Joshua Oles, Amber Pierce, Allison Pierce, Justin Eldredge, Jeremy Trank, Jack Ayers, Kenny Hunt, Carl Nichols.  DQ, Casey Wagner, Marc Minutolo

4 CYLINDERS. (16 cars)

Heats.  Ray Hyer, Mike Stone

20 lap feature. Jeremy Bunn (3), Scott Lehman, Scott Lehman Jr., Robert Doolittle, Robert Decker, Desi Force, Jayson Smart, Lee Fritz, Ray Hyer, Mike Webster Jr., Eric Stinson, Kayley Potrzebowski, Mike Stone, Kenneth Evans III.  DNS, Randy Riley, Matt Erwin.


Feature.  Ethan Decker.

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