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UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY REVISES CHILDREN ADMISSION FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST, ADDS INCENTIVE FOR PAID ADULT ADMISSION
VERNON, NY-With a the final full month of racing upon us at the Utica-Rome Speedway and the schedule loaded with special events for the remainder of the 2014 season, track management has revised some of its pricing policies for the remainder of the year. Read More....
ENTRIES CONTINUE TO ARRIVE FOR UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY’S COLE CUP, HEAT RACE BONUS ALSO ADDED TO LUCRATIVE EVENT
VERNON, NY- The pre entry deadline continues to close in for the 2014 edition of the Gates-Cole Insurance and SUNY Canton Cole Cup at the Utica-Rome Speedway and entries have been trickling in for the $10,000 extravaganza that will be held on Saturday, September 6. The rain date for the huge one day 360 Sprint event is scheduled for Sunday September 7. Read More....
EFFECTIVE AUGUST 17, 2014
VERNON, NY- Below is a rule clarification concerning the use of sail panels for the Modified division at the Utica-Rome Speedway. Below is rule that will be in effect from this point moving forward whenever sail panels are in use. Click here...
August 17, 2014
WILLY DECKER HOLDS OFF STEWART FRIESEN TO WIN SECOND OF THE YEAR AT UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY
VERNON, NY- It was another fast paced show this past Sunday night at the Utica-Rome Speedway on Dick Waterman night and the fans in attendance were entertained with several of the main events not decided until the final lap. Willy Decker fought off a charging Stewart Friesen to collect his second win of the season while Claude Hutchings Jr. brought home another Sportsman win. Glenn Forward pitted early in the 20 lap Pro Stock main event but was still able to charge back through the pack to take the thrilling win while Bill Mason fought off Russ Marsden to take the Pure Stock win. Read More....
RAIN FORCES UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY TO POSTPONE NIGHT OF LEGENDS UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1 AS PART OF NEW YORKER 200 WEEKEND
VERNON, NY- Heavy rain moved in and forced the staff to pull the plug on the Night of Legends this past Wednesday, August 20. Because of the rain received on Wednesday and the poor weather outlook for the rain date the following day, the Race of Champions Series for the Modifieds and the GRIT series for the Sportsman will instead be added to the already exciting New Yorker show on Labor Day weekend.
On Monday, September 1, the Carbone Auto Group will present the New Yorker 200, which will now feature the Race of Champions Modifieds Series that will compete for 100 laps for a huge $10,000 payday. Also in action will be the Dig Safely GRIT 602 Sportsman Series, who will race for $1,000 to win and $100 to start. The Night of Legends and Outlaw Circuit portion of the night will also take place on Monday. The evening will start at 6 p.m. with gates opening at 3 p.m.
The Monday event is the second half of a huge two day weekend as the night before, Sunday August 31, will see another full night of racing. Track champions will be determined in the NASCAR Modifieds, Sportsman, Pro Stocks, and Pure Stocks in their final night of points. The Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints will also be in action, making for an action packed night of racing. Fireworks by Majestic will cap off the huge night of racing. Gates will open at 3 p.m. with racing at 5:30 p.m.
Already in the pits before the rain were Ryan Phelps, Bobby Varin, Danny Varin, Vic Coffey, Matt Janczuk, Rick Laubach, Shawn Donath, Matt Sheppard, Jimmy Phelps, Mike Mahaney, Jeff Rockefeller, Anthony Perrego, Willy Decker, Erick Rudolph, Adam Roberts, Billy Decker, Larry Wight, Jimmy Davis, Jim Mahaney, and more.