Oswego, N.Y. – The Al Gerber Memorial Trophy represents 7 decades of championship Modified racing dating back to 1951 when Hully Bunn of Bristol, Conn., won the first Langhorne National Open for Modified Sportsman Stock Cars at the legendary 1-mile “The Big Left Turn” Langhorne (Pa.) Speedway which ultimately developed into the Race of Champions. […]

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With just a month remaining until the return of the Race of Champions 250 Weekend at the Oswego Speedway (NY), new details have emerged for the weekend, including support divisions, schedules and winner’s payouts.   The biggest payout will come from the main event of the weekend, with $12,500 going to the winner of the […]

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The Sherwood name has been well-known in the Northeast and throughout the Modified industry for more than a quarter century.  Lee Sherwood was a legend at the former Shangri-La Speedway (NY), winning five track championships, with added moderate success on the Race of Champions and NASCAR Modified tours.  The elder Allen Sherwood has operated a […]

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The names that first come to mind when Race of Champions Asphalt Modifieds are mentioned may be nearly the same to many; however, there are numerous committed supporters that keep the series moving forward in addition to the usual favorites.   Rochester, New York’s Chris Ridsdale is one of the competitors that can be seen […]

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The ground in Lancaster, New York will be shaking Thursday night, June 30 as the ground-pounding Modifieds from the Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Series make their way to Lancaster National Speedway (NY) for the Ol’ Boy Cup 60.  While the fans at the track enjoy the action-packed racing, race fans worldwide will also be […]

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