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Triple Crown Series Awards to be presented at annual ISMA Championship Banquet at Turning Stone Resort Casino in November

OSWEGO, NY (March 18, 2017) – The Shea Concrete Triple Crown Championship Series presented by ASI Racewear will present its nearly $30,000 point fund as well as its Bentley Warren Supermodified Driver of the Year and Jim Shampine Supermodified of the Year trophies at the annual ISMA Championship Banquet held at the Turning Stone Resort Casino on Saturday, November 18.

A joint venture between the International Supermodified Association, Oswego Speedway, and Dan Kapuscinski Motorsports Promotions – the TCCS award ceremony will bring ISMA and Oswego competitor’s together one more time to finish the 2017 campaign.

“With the ISMA and Oswego banquets usually just a week or two apart it made sense to gather everyone at Turning Stone so the ISMA contingent did not have to travel to New York State twice in a three week period,” said Dan Kapuscinski, TCCS promoter.  “Banquet time is a great time.  I have enjoyed hosting each of these banquets for the last several years, and this year’s ISMA celebration will have a nice added bonus with the TCCS purse and trophies being presented.  I’m looking forward to handing out the awards and celebrating what we all hope is a successful season.”

As of March 18 four drivers have registered to take on the challenge of the TCCS campaign, which will see five non-wing Supermodified events at Oswego Speedway and five wing events on the ISMA tour including races at Lancaster Speedway, Stafford Speedway, Sandusky Speedway, and Star Speedway.

While points will be awarded at all 10 events only a driver’s best three Oswego point finishes will be combined with his or her best three ISMA point finishes to count toward the overall championship, for a total of six events.

Drivers or teams do not have to compete in all 10 events, but they must compete in at least three TCCS races on each series to be eligible for the year end point payout.

A minimum of $27,000 in point fund money will be split between two separate championships.

Half of the point fund will go to the TCCS Bentley Warren Driver of the Year championship, with points awarded only to the driver competing.  Drivers in this championship have the ability to run as many different race cars as they wish, on either series, in order to collect points.

The TCCS Bentley Warren Driver of the Year will earn a cool $6,000 for his or her efforts at year end with $4,000, $2,000, $1,000, and $500 being awarded second through fifth.

The other half of the point fund will go to the TCCS Jim Shampine Supermodified of the Year championship, with points awarded only to the car entry.  Supermodifieds eligible for this portion of the championship must run as the same built Supermodified in all entered TCCS events, on either series, wing and non-wing.

The TCCS Jim Shampine Supermodified of the Year will earn another $6,000 for their cross-over efforts at year end with $4,000, $2,000, $1,000, and $500 being awarded second through fifth.  The entire $13,500 Jim Shampine Supermodified of the Year point fund will be paid, no matter the number of eligible Supermodifieds taking place.

Under this format, drivers and teams utilizing the same driver and Supermodified across the TCCS could bring home a total of $12,000.

The Supermodified duo of Dave Shullick Jr. and Otto Sitterly will join forces with Bodnar Racing and Nicotra Racing to take on the Bentley Warren Driver of the Year portion of the series.  Both drivers will contend in Bodnar mounts for the ISMA events while driving Nicotra roadsters in the Oswego shows.

Jeff Abold and Dave McKnight will also contend for Bentley Warren Driver of the Year but they plan to do so in the same Supermodified at all TCCS events they enter, making them eligible for another $6,000 prize in the Jim Shampine Supermodified of the Year category.

At least another half dozen drivers and teams are expected to take on the ultimate challenge in Supermodified racing, with registrations not due until a team’s first event.

If interested in helping to support the Triple Crown Championship Series of Supermodified Racing feel free to contact series promoter Dan Kapuscinski by e-mail at or by phone at (315) 708-7544.

To learn more about Oswego Speedway, visit online at and be sure to visit for more information on the International Supermodified Association.

About the TCCS: The Triple Crown Championship Series of Supermodified Racing, a promotional Supermodified series, was formed by Dan Kapuscinski Motorsports Promotions in conjunction with Oswego Speedway and the International Supermodified Association.  The 10-race joint venture, which helps to provide bonus money for Supermodified drivers and owners, would not be possible without the support of Shea Concrete Products, ASI Racewear, A&P Automotive, Burke’s Do-It-Best Home Centers as well as the support and dedication of the participating TCCS race teams and the loyal Supermodified fan base.

Shea Concrete Triple Crown Championship Series presented by ASI Racewear

May 13 – Oswego Speedway 67th Season Opener (Non-Wing)
June 3 – ISMA Lancaster Speedway (Wing)
June 10 – Oswego Speedway Twin 35’s (Non-Wing)
June 23 – ISMA Stafford Speedway (Wing)
July 1– Oswego Speedway Independence Grand Prix (Non-Wing)
July 22 – Oswego Speedway Mr. Suprermodified (Non-Wing)**
July 28 – ISMA Sandusky Speedway Hy-Miler Fast 40 (Wing)
July 29 – ISMA Sandusky Speedway Hy-Miler Nationals (Wing)**
September 3 – Oswego Speedway International Classic (Non-Wing)**
September 9 – ISMA Star Speedway Classic (Wing)**
** – Indicates Double Point Shows
Feature Points Only, Oswego 100-point format
Best (3) Non-Wing finishes, combined with best (3) wing finishes count toward (6) race point total


EPPING, NH- The 51st ISMA Supermodified Classic at Star Speedway traditionally brings in drivers who don’t compete regularly on the ISMA Tour and this year will be no different. The largest winged Supermodified field of cars in the east will once again converge on the historic Southern New Hampshire track this Saturday, September 10 for what is sure to be another memorable event.

    Former NASCAR Sprint Cup driver and 2008 NASCAR Truck Series Champion and three-time ISMA winner Johnny Benson Jr., of Grand Rapids, Michigan will run his first ISMA event of the season at Star as a team car driver to Mike Lichty.

    The 2013 Star Classic winner, Jon McKennedy from Chelmsford, Mass., will also be back. McKennedy will be competing in his first 2016 ISMA event as well, in the team car to 2015 ISMA Champion and current points leader Dave Shullick Jr.. 

   0U0A2003 (2) Last Sunday’s Oswego Classic winner Jeff Abold will also be in the field. He has a history of running in the top five at Star. Justin Belfiore won the Classic in 2007, and although he is running a limited schedule this season, he too will give the 150-lap Classic another run on Saturday night. The Ipswich, Mass., native is always a threat at Star.

    Chris Perley of Rowley, Mass., is also expected to return to the track where he once raced weekly in his storied championship career that saw him take six ISMA titles with car owner Vic Miller. Joe Gosek, the 1987 ISMA Champion will also make his first ISMA start of the season at Star on Saturday night.

0U0A0700 (3)    Mike Ordway Jr., is one of several favorites for this year’s Classic. The Fremont, N.H., driver has been running well of late in the potent Clyde Booth Supermodified, and to say that he is looking forward to this race at Star would be an understatement. This is the best opportunity he has had to win an ISMA Classic at his home track, and to continue his streak of top three ISMA finishes this season.

    “The car has been very, very good,” Ordway confirmed. “I grew up there at Star watching my dad and Russ Wood Sr., Chris Perley and all of them guys. Every Saturday night we were there when they were racing. I wish all of them guys were still out there, but now that I get a chance to do it, it is going to be pretty special.”

    The 350 Supermodifieds will also run their major event of the season with the Randy Witkum Memorial 50-lap race paying by far the highest payday of their season, thanks in part to many bonus sponsorship’s that have further increased the payoff throughout the field. That includes all 50 laps being sold, and paid to two different drivers running in the top ten on every lap. A full listing can be found on the track web site.

    Joey Payne will be competing in th 350 Supermodified race against a solid field of Star regulars. Payne, a former Witkum teammate will be in the potent 19 car, and he wants to win the race to honor Witkum as much as anyone.

    The Granite State Pro Stock Series goes 100 laps at Star as well, making Saturday a night with three major events on the schedule. The weekly Allen’s Outlaw Late Models, Woody’s Auto Strickly Stocks, and Roadrunners will add more very competitive racing with their features on Saturday

    The 51st ISMA Star Classic begins on Friday with ISMA practice at 5:00 PM, followed by practice time for the weekly divisions. Qualifying heat races for the weekly divisions begin promptly at 7:30 PM. On Saturday, practice begins at 1:30 PM, while qualifying on Saturday begins with the GSPSS heat races at 4:15 PM, followed by ISMA time trials and feature events for the weekly divisions. 

    The full schedule is available on the Star Speedway facebook page. Admission is $35 for adults, $30 for seniors and juniors, with kids 10 and under still admitted free of charge with a paid adult. Pit admission is $20 on Friday and $40 for Saturday. For more information on the track, “Where Champions are Made” and this 51st Star Classic that will be full of Champions and race winning drivers log onto: