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BILLY WHITTAKER “F-50” SET TO GO FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY 30 AT SPENCER SPEEDWAY FOR THE RACE OF CHAMPIONS MODIFIED SERIES

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Williamson, N.Y. – (July 29, 2021) – Advance tickets remain on sale for the Billy Whittaker Ford “F-50” until Friday afternoon, July 30 at Spencer Speedway. The advance tickets are on sale for $23 at Billy Whittaker Ford and Wilbert’s. The race will pay $5,000-to-win the 50-lap race for the Race of Champions Modified Series on Friday, July 30. 

In addition to the exciting racing and after being decimated by the COVID-19 pandemic, several local and regional food providers have stepped up to have give a wide variety of concession offerings on race night. 

The Ontario and Williamson Fire Departments will once again provide the traditional race track fare. Heintzelman’s BBQ Pit will be bringing their award winning brand of barbeque to the track. The Effortlessly Healthy Food Truck will make their first ever trip to the speedway. Mark’s Pizzeria will host a stand to continue providing “the Best Pizza in Rochester”. The ever-popular “Little Red Wagon” will also make it’s first appearance at Spencer, although it is a familiar sight to those who attend the Sodus Microd Club. The Sodus Microd Club will also pitch in with a drink for thirsty event patrons. 

Billy Whittaker Cars and Trux and Whittaker Ford, has proudly been serving the Central New York region with new and top-quality premium used vehicles. Any Whittaker dealership offers specialized customer service and selection for vehicles bringing a unique touch to every transaction. Customers deserve the best and the team at all of the Whittaker family of dealerships will provide customers with a variety of services that work for them. When you’re looking for a new vehicle, visit Whittaker Ford in Williamson, N.Y. 

Tickets are also on sale at Wilbert’s U-Pull It at their 3 locations; 4936 NY 104, Williamson, N.Y.; 1272 Salt Road, Webster, N.Y; 6333 Lakeside Road, Ontario, N.Y. 

The Race of Champions Super Stock Series will join the card on July 30, with another $1,000-to-win race along with the Wilbert’s U-Pull It Four Cylinder and Wilbert’s U-Pull It Super Six division. Gates open for fans at 5:00pm and qualifying begins at 7:15pm. 

Where: Spencer Speedway, Williamson, N.Y.

When: Friday, July 30, 2021 – Gates open for fans @ 5:00pm, racing at 7:15pm.

Tickets: $25 General Admission; $20 Senior/Military (65-years and older. Military with proper identification); Children 15-10 years of age will be admitted for $15. Four Pack $65 (Two Adults, Two Children). Children under the age of 10 will be admitted Free for this event.

Directions: The track is located just fifteen minutes east of Rochester, N.Y., at 3020 Route 104, Williamson, NY 14589

What: The Billy Whittaker Ford “F-50” $5,000-to-Win Race of Champions Modified Series, Race of Champions Super Stock Series, Wilbert’s Four Cylinders and Wilbert’s Super Six Division.

More Information: www.rocmodifiedseries.com 

BILLY WHITTAKER FORD “F-50” $5,000-TO-WIN FOR RACE OF CHAMPIONS MODIFIED SERIES UP NEXT ON SPENCER SCHEDULE, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 2021

– Billy Whittaker Ford F-50 $5,000-to-Win Friday, July 30, 2021 – 

Williamson, N.Y. – (July 19, 2021) – The Billy Whittaker Ford “F-50” is up next at Spencer Speedway. The race will pay $5,000-to-win the 50-lap race for the Race of Champions Modified Series on Friday, July 30. 

Mike Leaty of Williamson, N.Y., won the first every Maynard Troyer Classic which paid $6,000-to-win, which was one of the first “extra money” races run at Spencer Speedway for the Race of Champions Modified Series. 

“This will be another big night for us,” stated Leaty. “Spencer has a great schedule of races for us this year and this is just another highlight. We are looking forward to a big night at our track.” 

Discount tickets for the July 30, 2021 Billy Whittaker Ford F-50, will be available at Billy Whittaker Ford in Williamson, N.Y., and will go on sale soon. The announcement for tickets going on sale will be made on all Race of Champions and Spencer Speedway social media outlets. Discount tickets will also be made available at Wilbert’s U-Pull It. 

Billy Whittaker Cars and Trux and Whittaker Ford, has proudly been serving the Central New York region with new and top-quality premium used vehicles. Any Whittaker dealership offers specialized customer service and selection for vehicles bringing a unique touch to every transaction. Customers deserve the best and the team at all of the Whittaker family of dealerships will provide customers with a variety of services that work for them. When you’re looking for a new vehicle, visit Whittaker Ford in Williamson, N.Y. 

The Race of Champions Super Stock Series will join the card on July 30, with another $1,000-to-win race along with the Wilbert’s U-Pull It Four Cylinder and Wilbert’s U-Pull It Super Six division. Gates open for fans at 5:00pm and qualifying begins at 7:15pm. 

Where: Spencer Speedway, Williamson, N.Y.

When: Friday, July 30, 2021 – Gates open for fans @ 5:00pm, racing at 7:15pm.

Tickets: $25 General Admission; $20 Senior/Military (65-years and older. Military with proper identification); Children 15-10 years of age will be admitted for $15. Four Pack $65 (Two Adults, Two Children). Children under the age of 10 will be admitted Free for this event.

Directions: The track is located just fifteen minutes east of Rochester, N.Y., at 3020 Route 104, Williamson, NY 14589

What: The Billy Whittaker Ford “F-50” $5,000-to-Win Race of Champions Modified Series, Race of Champions Super Stock Series, Wilbert’s Four Cylinders and Wilbert’s Super Six Division.

More Information: www.rocmodifiedseries.com 

DARYL LEWIS, JR., ANDY LEWIS, JR. AND TOM BARRON SHARE SPOTLIGHT ON 66TH OPENING NIGHT AT SPENCER SPEEDWAY

– Jacob Gustafson and Ashley Schoonmaker Score Wilbert’s U-Pull It Four Cylinder and Super Six Victories –

Photo Credit, Duane Canfield, MOJO Photos.

Williamson, New York – (July 18, 2021) – Daryl Lewis Jr., of Ontario, N.Y., kept his Race of Champions Sportsman Modified Series hot streak alive with his second consecutive Series victory this past Friday night in Williamson, N.Y., at Spencer Speedway as part of the tracks 66th season opening event. 

Lewis took the lead after Kevin Timmerman ran into trouble navigating a lapped car late in the race. He held off Mike Leaty of Ontario, N.Y., and North Tonawanda, N.Y.’s, Andy Jankowiak to earn the victory. 

“Tonight was a great night for my team and our family,” offered Lewis from victory lane. “My nephew won and so did we. It was a battle, but I’m so proud of all of our guys. This is just awesome. It is great to be back racing here at Spencer.” 

Tommy Barron of Ontario, N.Y., took the lead from Gary Noe of Elmira, N.Y., and never looked back in the 30-lap Race of Champions Super Stock feature. It was also Barron’s second consecutive victory. 

Barron held off Noe and Travis Montgomery of Ontario, N.Y., to claim the win. 

Andrew Lewis, Jr., claimed his second Race of Champions “Rocket Performance” 602 Sportsman Modified Series victory. 

Jacob Gustafason of Webster, N.Y., captured the Wilbert’s U-Pull It Four Cylinder feature while Ashley Schoonmaker of Ontario, N.Y., won the Wilbert’s U-Pull-It Super Six feature.   

Detailed results for the Race of Champions 66th Season Opener at Spencer Speedway can be found here; www.rocmodifiedseries.com/profile/schedule/results.aspx?r=378783&rt=sch 

The season continues on Friday, July 30 at Spencer Speedway with the running of the Billy Whittaker Ford “F-50”, 50-laps $5,000-to-win for the Race of Champions Modified Series. 

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, Waddell Communications, Image X Graphic Designs, Sherwood Racing Wheels, DirtTrackDigest.com, FX Caprara and Billy Whittaker Ford. The 71st annual Race of Champions weekend will take place in 2021 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.

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