Oswego Winged Super Challenge Boasts More than $140,000 in Cash & Contingencies

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Oswego Winged Super Challenge – OSWEGO, NY (November 24, 2021) – Oswego Speedway’s Winged Super Challenge will feature the best cars and drivers in winged Supermodified racing at the Home of Supermodifieds on three different occasions in 2022, with more than $140,000 in cash and contingencies on the line.

Counting toward the International Supermodified Association standings next season, the Oswego Winged Super Challenge will also see Oswego Speedway and Midwest Supermodified Series regulars take part in each event, which will be held on Saturday, June 4, Saturday, July 9 and Saturday, August 13.

Each event will sport a $41,000 purse with $6,000 going to the winner and will pay $1,200 to start.

On top of that, the Top 10 drivers that contend in all three events will share a $15,000 point fund, with $3,000 going to the overall Oswego Winged Super Challenge champion.

“Events of this caliber belong at Oswego Speedway with the best in the sport going for the money,” said Oswego Winged Super Challenge Promoter, John Nicotra.  “We’ve assembled a great cast of sponsors and supporters to help make this happen and look forward to team and fan support to make this a true success.”

Each event will be highlighted by time trials, a Top 12 invert for heat races, with a feature re-draw.  Oswego Speedway’s J&S Paving 350-Supermodifieds will join the winged Supermodifieds at all three events.

More event specific details will be announced in the coming weeks.

For more information visit Oswego Speedway online at www.oswegospeedway.com.  Oswego Speedway can also be found on Facebook or followed on Twitter @OswegoSpeedway.

Oswego Winged Super Challenge Partners: Shea Concrete, Corr/Pak Merchandising, Middlesex Interiors, Tammy Ten Media, Cape Cod Aggregates, Hoosier Racing Tire, Miller Welders, J&S Paving, Billy Whittaker Cars & Trux, Lindsey Aggregates, PATCO Transportation, Indy Performance Products, Peaceful Living Home Sales, Burke’s Home Centers, D&S Landscaping of CNY, Radical Race Gear, Lighthouse Lanes, Oswego Valley Millwork, DCR Performance, Davis Bros. Inc., C’s Beverage, Orange Crate Brewing, Oswego Quality Carpet, Chris Nelson Insurance, A&P Automotive, J&A Mechanical, Big M Supermarket, Vashaw’s Collision

Saturday, June 4
Oswego Winged Super Challenge #1 (50-laps)
ISMA/MSS Supermodifieds, J&S Paving 350 Supermodifieds, Pathfinder Bank Small Block Supers

Saturday, July 9
Oswego Winged Super Challenge #2 (50-laps)
ISMA/MSS Supermodifieds, J&S Paving 350 Supermodifieds

Saturday, August 13
Oswego Winged Super Challenge #3 (60-laps)
ISMA/MSS Supermodifieds, J&S Paving 350 Supermodifieds

Oswego Winged Super Challenge Purse (All 3 Events, $41,000)
1 – $6,000
2 – $3,500
3 – $3,000
4 – $2,500
5 – $2,000
6 – $1,800
7 – $1,600
8 – $1,400
9 through 24 – $1,200

$200 Fast Time: Billy Whittaker Cars & Trux
Feature Hard Charger: Hoosier Right Rear Tire

Oswego Winged Super Challenge Point Fund ($15,000)
1 – $3,000
2 – $2,000
3 – $1,800
4 – $1,600
5 – $1,400
6 – $1,200
7 through 10 – $1,000

BLEWETT IS TURKEY DERBY 48 TOUR MODIFIED CHAMPION AT WALL STADIUM SPEEDWAY

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WALL TOWNSHIP, N.J. ~ Jimmy Blewett raced from a seventh starting spot and contended every lap of the 150-lap distance before winning the Tour Type Modified main event during the 48th annual Turkey Derby at Wall Stadium Speedway Saturday. It was the Howell resident’s 13th Modified win in in the annual event that returned to the traditional Thanksgiving weekend dates after being postponed by COVID restrictions last fall.

Matt Hirschman of Northampton, Pa. jumped to the lead from the pole on the 24 car field while others including Blake Barney of Jackson, Long Island’s Timmy Solomito, Tyler Truex of Egg Harbor Township and Blewett tried to track him down. When Hirschman dropped from the race on lap 67 with mechanical woes, Solomito took command and stayed in the top spot until lap 82 when he, Blewett and a host of others pitted for tire changes.

Anthony Sesely of Keyport and Holmdel’s Andrew Krause were the top two when action resumed before Krause took command on lap 90. Truex soon raced into the top spot and held the lead until a lap 113 restart when Blewett powered to the front. From that point on Blewett was impressive while Barney raced to second over first time Wall Stadium visitor Andelo Belsito of Oxford, Mass. who qualified at the rear of the field through the last chance race. Solomito and Danny Bohn of Mooresville, N.C. wrapped up the top five.

“This is for all the people who we have lost these past few years,” an emotional winner said after a post race display of burn outs. “We have all lost a lot of relatives and friends and I’ve wanted to dedicate a win to then for a while. I am just so happy to get this win for this new team and team owner Ryan Fisher.”

Note: The Tour Modified finish remains unofficial until results from tire samples return from testing at a laboratory.

Mike Alcaro won the companion 30-lap Legend Cars main event on Saturday over Noah Korner, Luke LeBrun, George Tomko and Joey Braun. Friday’s 40-lap Legend Car main was won by Daniel Carter, with Kevin Nowak, Tomko, LeBrun and Quinn Trimmer wrapping up the top five.

Neil Rutt III of Edison topped Saturday’s Limited Late Model 50-lapper over a top five of Howie Conk, Brandon Turbush, Ray Minieri and Eric Zeh. Saturday’s 50-lap Dirt Modified race was won by Dillon Steuer over Andrew Krause and Ed Dachenhausen. The Dirt Outlaw Stock 25-lapper saw Jaramy Doerr, Spider Ensinger, Sr. and Spider Ensinger, Jr. complete the top three. Briggs Danner won the 30-lap race for the Three Quarter Midgets.

On Friday, Ryan Flores was the winner of the Factory Stock 100 lap race, with Robert Stack, Brian Osborn, Scott Riggleman and Joe Mongeau completing the top five. Ryan Maher won Friday’s Fast 4 Stock feature over Alonzo Morales.

With the 2021 season now complete, speedway officials are busy preparing the 2022 schedule which will include a NASCAR Modified Tour race in July.

Wall Stadium is located on Route 34 in Wall Township, N.J., just one mile north of Garden State Parkway exit 98 and Interstate 195 exit 35B. The speedway hotline number is 732-681-6400 and email address is ckmotorsports@aol.com.

TURKEY DERBY DAYS 2/3 RACE RESULTS

SATURDAY TOUR MODIFIED FEATURE – 150 Laps – 1. JIMMY BLEWETT, HOWELL, 2. Blake Barney, 3. Angelo Belsito, 4. Timmy Solomito, 5. Danny Bohn, 6. Tyler Truex, 7. Ron Frees, 8. Tommy Martino, Jr., 9. Eddie McCarthy, 10. Artie Pederson, 11. Steven Reed, 12. Joey Merlino, 13. Matt Swanson, 14. Andrew Krase, 15. Derek Hopkinson, 16. Justin Brown, 17. Donny Wagner, 18. JR Bertuccio, 19. Dave Sapienza, 20. Anthony Sesely, 21. Matt Hirschman, 22. Tom Catalano, 23 Eric mauriello, 24. Jason Treat.

SATURDAY LEGEND CARS FEATURE – 30 Laps – 1. Mike Alcaro, 2. Noah Korner, 3. Luke LeBrun, 4. George Tomko, 5. Joey Braun, 6. Daniel Carter, 7. Kevin Nowak, 8. Quinn Trimmer, 9. Derek Gluchacki, 10. Glenn Korner, 11. Alan Pederson, 12. Reagan Parent, 13. Mike Benton, 14. Mike Fulton, 15. Collin Hoeffner, 16. Nick Moravito, 17. Charlie Hodge, 18. Justin Emmons, 19. Jeff Stevens, 20. Joe Oliver, 21. Pat Verwys, 22. Eddie Idec

SATURDAY LIMITED LATE MODELS – 50 Laps – 1. NEIL RUTT III, EDISON, 2. Howie Conk, 3. Brandon Turbush, 4. Ray Minieri, 5. Eric Zeh, 6. Ed Cheslak, 7. Mike Tillett, 8. Joe Mancuso, 9. Mark Hudson, 10. Chris McGuire, 11. Gerard Giordano, 12. Greg Gastelu, 13. Rich Carman, 14. Wayne Coury, 15. Brian Doyle

SATURDAY DIRT MODIFIEDS FEATURE – 50 Laps – 1. DILLON STEUER, 2. Andrew Krause, 3. Ed Dachenhausen, 4. Roger LeBreque, 5. Mickey Kessler, 6. Chris Grbac, 7. Scott maher, 8. Rich Coons, 9. Jack Ely, 10. Dom Buffalino, 11. Andy Crane, 12. Kevin Borden, 13. Dakota Kessler

SATURDAY DIRT OUTLAW STOCK FEATURE – 25 Laps – 1. JARAMY DOERR, 2. Spider Ensinger, Sr, 3. Spider Ensinger, Jr., 4 Scott Riggleman, 5. Jon Parker, 6. Chris Felber, 7. Gunner Schultz, 8. Nancy Riggleman

FRIDAY FATORY STOCK FEATURE – 100 Laps – 1. RYAN FLORES, 2. Robert Stake, 3. Brian Osborn, 4. Scott Riggleman, 5. Joe Mongeau, 6. Blake Barney, 7. Joe Helberg, 8. AJ Jadacki, 9. Nick Kilmer, 10. Gary Burton, 11. Steve Mangano, 12. Ashley Proposki, 13. Mike Montano, 14. Billy Both, 15. Nick Catone, 16. Ronnie Mullen, 17. Chris Weber, 18. Tom Rajkowski, 19. Rob Longo, 20. Bryan O’Shea, 21. Kevin Flores, 22. Gerard Lawrence, 23. Greg Harris

FRIDAY LEGEND CARS FEATURE – 40 Laps – 1. DANIEL CARTER, 2. Nowak, 3. Tomko, 4. LeBrun, 5. Trimmer, 6. Noah Korner, 7. Moravit, 8. Benton, 9. Hodge, 10. Stevens, 11. Tanner Jones, !2. Kenny Green, 13. Matt Verlangieri, 14. Alcaro, 15. John Gorman, 16. Pederson, 17. Oliver, 18. Glenn Korner, 19. Colin Milroy, 20. Joe parker, 21. Parent, 22. Gluchacki, 23. Emmons.

FRIDAY FAST 4 FEATURE – 40 Laps – 1. RYAN MAHER, NEPTUNE, 2. Alonzo Morales, 3. CJ Zukowski, 4. Dylan Flynn, 5. Joe Warren, 6. Mike Lavery, 7. Ryan Warren, 8. Malcolm Campbell, 9. Chuck McDonald, 10. Nicole Razzano, 11. James Hall, 12. Bill Schawarz, 13. Billy Pross

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GIVING

By Rev Don Rivers

Thanksgiving is a time of reflection. A time to look at all we have and humble ourselves before a gracious God. We don’t always have what we want and we don’t always understand the plans God has for us, but we can be confident that he loves and cares for us. How has God cared for you this past year? Greetings, in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Thanksgiving is a time for sharing. I see it in the lives of others as they give of themselves to help those less fortunate. I remember a family I met one Saturday before Thanksgiving; husband, wife, son and daughter, as they picked up some hot drinks and muffins for the road. They were headed to pack up their Suburban and deliver Thanksgiving baskets to those in need.

This wasn’t a fancy new Suburban; this Suburban is 1970’s vintage and as I talked with the dad he told the story of last year. He stayed up all night rebuilding the rear-end so that they could keep their commitment and make deliveries. They made it and those who were collecting the food were thankful. No matter what obstacle they had to overcome they would be there. They received such a blessing they gave up their Saturday and delivered baskets every year.

Colossians 2:6-7; So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live in him, rooted and built up in him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness.

I remember a thanksgiving at Emmanuel Baptist Church where I was the pastor. They celebrated their annual Harvest Festival around Thanksgiving. They used the occasion to come together as one body in Christ. Let me explain. Emmanuel Baptist Church reached out to several different people groups, Deaf, Hearing, Romanian, Moldavian, Russian, Central Asian, Nepali, Bhutanese and the list goes on. Most times they meet at different times because each service is in a different language. The Harvest Festival is different; they all came together for one worship service and to take part in the Lord’s Supper as one congregation.

That Sunday was standing room only. They enjoyed worshiping together as each different group of people brought something to share. No one understood all that was said, but God did. This was just a snapshot of heaven, all people from all nations together worshiping one God.

One of the main reasons we have to be thankful is that we have God who cares for us. He is there; despite what we think, guiding us. For those who will follow, He directs us through life and provides for our needs. I am reminded of Paul’s statement in Scripture about his level of comfort with God’s provision. He stated that he had learned to be content no matter whether he had enough or was in need. Just knowing that God was with him allowed him to relax and focus on serving others. My hope is that we can each attain that peace.

Philippians 4:10-14; I rejoiced greatly in the Lord that at last you renewed your concern for me. Indeed, you were concerned, but you had no opportunity to show it. I am not saying this because I am in need, for I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want. I can do all this through him who gives me strength.

Yet it was good of you to share in my troubles.

I wonder how we have shared in others troubles? Have we considered the challenges others face and made an effort to give and help relieve some of the burden?

One of the ways my wife and I give is through Operation Christmas Child. It is an outreach of Samaritan’s Purse that brings a shoebox gift to impoverished children around the world. This gift may very well be the only item a child will have to call their own. Imagine, all you have in the world fit into a shoebox. But there is more to the story.

These boxes bring hope, they bring the message of salvation through Jesus Christ. They help these young people know someone cares for them. Someone loves them. I encourage you to look up some of the stories about how these shoeboxes have changed the direction of some of these young people. https://www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child/

This year Christian Life Chapel, the church I pastor, packed over 60 boxes. We also became a drop off point for the region and over the last week received over 1,000 boxes. This week those boxes continue their journey and head to Baltimore and then to the ends of the earth.

My wife has decided to give more this year and is in Baltimore at the warehouse working for the next three weeks preparing the boxes and shipping them out for delivery to their final destination. Some by Plains, trains, cargo ships to canoes, camels, donkeys to be carried by indigenous people and given to a child in need, over 9 million boxes! Please lift this effort up in prayer.

I think all of our hearts start to soften up a little bit when the holidays roll around. I am not sure what hardens them the rest of the year but I know we are more generous and willing to give. It is somewhat funny; when the weather gets cold our hearts soften up.

I want to encourage you this Thanksgiving to let go. Let go of all the things we have to do and follow the lead of the Holy Spirit. Let him lead our hearts. Give this holiday season to God and let Him help us meet the needs of others.

Hebrews 13:15-16; Through Jesus, therefore, let us continually offer to God a sacrifice of praise–the fruit of lips that confess his name. And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.

Have a great time relaxing and serving others this thanksgiving.

Until next time, remember God loves you and Jesus is Lord over Auto Racing! God Bless. Remember, that your prayerful support and donations helps us continue this ministry. Thank You.

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