Brewerton Speedway Race Track in Brewerton, New York, USA
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Brewerton Speedway races DIRTcar Big Block Modifieds, DIRTcar Sportsman, STARS Mod Lites, and Four Cylinder Stocks. Special events include Late Models, 360 Sprints, and 358-Modifieds.
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Brewerton Speedway Dirt Track Location
60 US Route 11
Brewerton, New York, 13029 USA
- lat: 43.245281, lng: -76.138752
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- Surface: 1/3 mile semi-banked clay oval
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- MOTORSPORTS: Brewerton Speedway prepares for 'Racing's Biggest Party'
Brewerton Speedway’s Demon 100 will kick start ‘Racing’s Biggest Party’ as the Super DIRTcar Series invades the D-shaped oval Tuesday night.
- MAHANEY GOES MASSIVE: Mike Mahaney holds off Stewart Friesen for wild, emotional first-career Super DIRTcar Series win
MALTA, NY - Mike Mahaney couldn't help but dance while atop his Big Block Modified. The adrenaline, the joy and the relief moved through him in a way he'd never experienced before. After 115 starts with the Super DIRTcar Series, the King Ferry, NY driver finally celebrated his first career Series win Saturday night. And he got to do so at his hometrack of Albany-Saratoga Speedway. Mahaney, in the #35 Adirondack Auto Big Block Modified, held off two of the most prominent Big Block Modified drivers in the world for the $13,000 Massive Malta payday. Stewart Friesen finished second after charging up 19 positions and Matt Sheppard continued to build his bid for an eighth Super DIRTcar Series championship with his third-place finish. With a handful of laps remaining, Mahaney and Friesen lined up side-by-side for a restart. Both cars fired nearly simultaneously out of Turn Four. Friesen sent his #44 sideways with a hard, clean slider. As Friesen balanced the car on the lip of the cushion on top of Turn Two, Mahaney turned down the track and was able to pass him back in Turns Three & Four. Friesen used every inch of the track and every horsepower in his Big Block to steal the win but Mahaney hung on. After crossing the finish line, weighing the car, and making his way to Victory Lane, Mahaney took his time standing on the roof of the #35 looking out over the thunderous crowd and the quiet track. "I really wanted to let it sink in," Mahaney said. "I've won races before and afterward, it felt like it happened so fast. This is a big one. It's the most money I've earned in a race: $13,000. With it being my first Super DIRTcar Series win, it was just something I really wanted to take in up there." Mahaney stood on the podium many times with the Super DIRTcar Series but this time he's in the middle. "I am so glad it was those two on the podium with me," he said with a grin. "I don't know how many times I've stood next to them on the side. They are the very best in dirt modifieds. Right now in this era, they are the best. They are winning all the races. To finally get it and have them there means something super special for me. They didn't drop out. We raced them." Mahaney is a second-generation driver. When Super DIRTcar Series announcer Shane Andrews called his first race, Jim Mahaney, Mike's father, took the win. Winning with family and friends there to see and share it was a dream come true for the 32-year-old driver. "I just want to absorb it because it's taken so long," Mahaney said. "It's been my whole career, 17 years or something, but with this team, we've been competitive enough to the point where we should be winning. People have been asking me when it's going to happen. It's been something that everyone has been waiting for. All my fans, the team, and my family. The electrified crowd roared when Mahaney took to the roof. "It was cool to put on a great show for the fans," he added. "I loved hearing them. It was nuts. It was so loud. It was so cool. I can't even explain it." From start to finish, the track provided exceptional racing throughout the 100-lap event. There was a lane high and low, allowing for tight racing every corner and the occasional slide job. "He [Lyle DeVore] gave us a track that had a lot of bite so it would last until the end," Mahaney said. "It wasn't like we ran 50 laps and then settled in. It was great racing for 100 laps. You can't beat that. We have so many fans that follow us here. It was overwhelming to hear that response and to feel loved by so many. I truly appreciate it. I am going to enjoy this." Points leader Matt Sheppard finished third after racing his way up from the ninth starting position. The #9S stayed steady in the top 10 throughout the race until late in the race when he began picking off positions until finally reaching the podium. "This place hasn't been great to us the last few times we've been here," Sheppard noted. "To come away with a podium is great since we've been on a roll. Our qualifying effort was great and we got a podium. We'll certainly take it." Sheppard is working towards his eighth Super DIRTcar Series championship. At the mid-point of the race, Sheppard was locked in battle with Billy Decker who currently sits second in points. Sheppard managed to shake the Gypsum Racing #91 in the pack and build on his points lead going into NAPA Super DIRT Week XLIX and the NGK NTK World Finals with a third-place finish. Stewart Friesen, from Sprakers, NY, had just returned from Las Vegas where he competed in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoff race. The Halmar #44 was uncharacteristically off the top times in Hot Laps and Time Trials. Friesen started the night out behind the eight-ball by failing to qualify through his Heat Race. He finished one position out of a transfer so he lined up next to Erick Rudolph on the front row of the Last Chance Showdown. "The Halmar guys worked really hard all night," Friesen said. "I was in Ronnie Johnson's trailer grabbing springs and worked it out." With the ability to pass at every corner of the track for all 100 thrilling laps, Friesen worked his way from 21st to second to also claim the Hard Charger Award winner. While waiting for Mike Makaheny's celebration to subside, Friesen said, "That was some of the most fun I've ever had in a Modified. That was a helluva lot of fun. How about Mike Mahaney?" While Mahaney started on the front row, he had to contend with Tim Sears Jr. for the early lead. Once the #35 was out in clean air, he began to stretch his lead. But soon, 2021 Albany-Saratoga Speedway track champion Anthony Perrego made some decisive moves to take the lead early in the race Unfortunately for Perrego, after the halfway point something went amiss on the #44 and Perrego pulled his car into the infield with a rear-end failure. Mahaney inherited the lead from Perrego and never looked back. Since 1972, 185 drivers have won Super DIRTcar Series Features out of thousands entered. On Saturday, Sept. 25, Mahaney became the 186th. Around the corner: The greatest week of all of dirt racing is about to begin. Racing's Biggest Party, NAPA Super DIRT Week XLIX (October 5-10), is set to kick off on Tuesday, October 5 at Brewerton Speedway for the $10,000-to-win Demon 100. Feature (100 Laps) 35M-Mike Mahaney ; 2. 44F-Stewart Friesen ; 3. 9S-Matt Sheppard ; 4. 2RJ-Ronnie Johnson ; 5. 21A-Peter Britten ; 6. 88W-Mat Williamson ; 7. 111D-Demetrios Drellos ; 8. 99L-Larry Wight ; 9. 91D-Billy Decker ; 10. 5H-Chris Hile ; 11. 2L-Jack Lehner ; 12. 83X-Tim Sears ; 13. 98H-Jimmy Phelps ; 14. 32CC-Max McLaughlin ; 15. 215p-Adam Pierson ; 16. M1-Dave Marcuccilli ; 17. 25R-Erick Rudolph ; 18. 42P-Pat Ward ; 19. 28M-Jordan McCreadie ; 20. 19M-Jessey Mueller ; 21. 7D-Donald Ronca ; 22. 44P-Anthony Perrego ; 23. 34R-Kevin Root ; 24. 97B-Bobby Hackel ; 25. 9X-Tyler Trump ; 26. 32CM-James Meehan = Hard Charger Award: 44F-Stewart Friesen[+19]
- WHAT TO WATCH FOR: Super DIRTcar Series Headlines Massive Malta Weekend
MALTA, NY - The Great Race Place, as Albany-Saratoga Speedway is known, hosts the Super DIRTcar Series for a 100-lap, $10,000-to-win, NAPA Super DIRT Week qualifier on Saturday, Sept. 25. Dave Farney's double checkered flag display will mark the 18th completed Series race at the dynamic, multi-groove, Malta, NY facility where Series stars like Matt Sheppard, Mat Williamson, and Peter Britten are set to take on the stout local field of drivers like Kenny Tremont Jr., Anthony Perrego, and more. POINTS PICTURE With a win at Land of Legends Raceway last Saturday, current points leader and seven-time Series champion Matt Sheppard added a couple more points to his lead (+118) over second-place Billy Decker. If he can hold on to that lead at the end of the NGK NTK World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte (Nov. 4-6), he'll become the winningest champion in Series history. Peter Britten is stalking the top two drivers back in third place (-138). He has one win and nine top-10s in 14 Super DIRTcar Series points-paying starts in 2021. Britten picked up the second Series win of his career at Land of Legends Raceway earlier this year. The Australian driver has 12 career wins in weekly DIRTcar Big Block racing at Malta making him a major threat. The battle throughout the top-10 in points is extremely tight. Defending champion Mat Williamson and Ransomville, NY's Erick Rudolph are tied for fourth. These two haven't been able to get away from each other all year as they were named DIRTcar 358 Modified co-track champions at Ransomville Speedway. Max McLaughlin in the #32C runs sixth just four points behind the pair tied for fourth. ROOKIE BATTLE Chris Hile, from Syracuse, NY, sits seventh in the championship points standings, making him the favorite for this year's rookie of the year. Hile also has three top-fives and a guaranteed start for the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 Sunday, Oct. 10 at Oswego Speedway to close out NAPA Super DIRT Week XLIX. The driver of the #5H finished 10th at Albany-Saratoga last October. Tim Sears Jr., driver of the #83JR, is the next candidate for the rookie title. Sears came out of the gate strong, scoring two top-fives in a row but has struggled at the mid-point of the season. Jordan McCreadie, in the Flack's Hi-Rise Concrete Restoration #28, sits 13th in points but an upset win could put him over the top late in the season. McCreadie has also been cutting his teeth in the DIRTcar 358 Modified Series where he has three top-10s in three starts so far in 2021. PAST WINNERS, HOMETOWN HEROES The last time the Series swung through Malta, NY was for DIRTcar OktoberFAST presented by DIRTVision. Anthony Perrego won a special 60-lap thriller. The driver of the #44 is a favorite going into the Massive Malta Weekend as he picked up the track championship this year as well. Stewart Friesen, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series star, will be on hand to take on the Series. He has three Series wins at Albany-Saratoga so far in his career, and six wins with the Super DIRTcar Series this year. Demetrios Drellos won his first Series race on his hometrack in 2019. Can Double D repeat the feat? The high level of the local heavy-hitters at play will make it another stout field this season. The likes of Mike Mahaney, Bobby Hackel IV, Matt Delorenzo, and Kenny Tremont Jr. will all be threats to steal the win. NAPA SUPER DIRT WEEK QUALIFIER Every Super DIRTcar Series race that pays $10,000 or more to the winner comes with a guaranteed start in the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 at NAPA Super DIRT Week (Oct. 6-10). Only two more chances remain to claim one of those elusive spots - this weekend at Albany-Saratoga and the Demon 100 at Brewerton Speedway (Tuesday, Oct. 5). So far, Stewart Friesen, Demetrios Drellos, Matt Sheppard, Max McLaughlin, Chris Hile, Andy Bachetti, and Billy Decker have received guaranteed starter status for Racing's Biggest Party. HOW TO WATCH If you can't make it to the track, don't forget to watch live on DIRTVision with either the Platinum annual FAST PASS for $299 or monthly FAST PASS for $39/month. Download the app today. On The Internet Twitter - @SuperDIRTcar Instagram - @SuperDIRTcar Facebook - Facebook.com/SuperDIRTcarSeries YouTube - Youtube.com/DIRTCarRacing DIRTVision - DIRTVision.tv - Platinum annual FAST PASS for $299 or monthly FAST PASS for $39/month Around The Turn: All eyes turn to NAPA Super DIRT Week XLIX which officially begins racing activities at Brewerton Speedway on Tuesday, Oct. 5 for the $10,000-to-win Demon 100. It is the last chance for drivers to secure a guaranteed start for Sunday Oct. 10's Billy Whittaker Cars 200.
- Double Your Fun At Brewerton Speedway During Super DIRT Week XLIX
For almost three decades on Thursday, all roads from Super DIRT Week led to the Brewerton Speedway for the DIRTcar 358 Modified Series in front of a packed grandstand for annually one of the best ...
- RUDOLPH BREAKS THROUGH: Rudolph finally wins at Mohawk in the DIRTcar 358 Modified Series
Erick Rudolph outraced Series rivals Billy Dunn and Tim Fuller to win $4,000 at Mohawk Int'l Raceway AKWESASNE, NY - Erick Rudolph, the three-time DIRTcar 358 Modified Series champion, finally broke through at Mohawk Int'l Raceway for his first Series win of 2021. Rudolph had to hold off the driver who won the first two Series races of the year, Billy Dunn. Dunn finished second. Tim Fuller, Series points leader going into the race, fought his way up through the tough top half of the field to finish third. Erick Rudolph, from Ransomville, NY, is an absolute ringer in the DIRTcar 358 Modified Series but he had the best of the best hounding him for 60 laps. "Billy [Dunn] is one of the best here and is one of the best in 358s," said Rudolph. "I've been coming here a lot of years. I've finished second and third here countless times. It's awesome to finally get a win here." At the drop of the green flag, Can-Am Speedway promotor Ryan Bartlett shot out into the lead. Rudolph, who started third, was right there in his tire tracks. By lap 10 Bartlett, in the #93, caught up to the backend of the field. Just as Bartlett and Rudolph began managing lapped traffic, third-place Jackson Gil joined the battle at the front but on lap 13 the caution flew. On the lap 16 restart, multiple cars jammed up in Turn 2 and the red flag was displayed due to the blocked race track. Once the race got back underway, the top three got into a rhythm and pulled away from the field. But not from everyone. At halfway, Billy Dunn reloaded and started making his moves to the front. At the same time, Ryan Bartlett was passed by Erick Rudolph as well as Jackson Gil who slotted in behind Rudolph. By lap 35 Dunn had overtaken all challengers and made it to second with his eyes on the prize. Concurrently, Tim Fuller started seventh and made smart moves to be there at the front when it mattered. With nine laps remaining, Carey Terrance, in the #66X, suffered a mechanical failure and stopped on the backstretch. That would end up being the final restart and with six laps to go Dunn got alongside Rudolph in Turn 1. They drove hard side-by-side for the lead but they never touched and Rudolph kept the advantage to win. NEXT UP: The DIRTcar 358 Modified Series is set to shine at NAPA Super DIRT Week beginning Wednesday, Oct. 6 at Weedsport Speedway for the NAPA Super DIRT Week Kickoff. Then the Series heads to Brewerton Speedway for the all-new Hurricane Harvey 75. On Friday, it's qualifying races at Oswego Speedway during Friday Night Lights. Then the Salute to the Troops 150 will be set for Saturday, Oct. 9 at Oswego Speedway for the $20,000-to-win DIRTcar 358 Modified Series spectacular. FEATURE (60 LAPS) - 1. Erick Rudolph 2. Billy Dunn 3. Tim Fuller 4. Louie Jackson Jr. 5. Jackson Gil 6. Lance Willix 7. Ryan Bartlett 8. Dave Marcuccilli 9. Jordan McCreadie 10. Ron Davis III 11. Marshall Hurd 12. Lucas Fuller 13. Greg Atkins 14. Darryl Mitchel 15. Steven Lewis 16. Jeff Sykes 17. Carey Terrance 18. Mike Stacey 19. Matt Woodruff 20. Derrick Webb 21. RJ Tressiter 22. Kristan Smoke 23. Preston Forbes 24. Ryan McLean 25. Tyler Meeks 26. Tom Jock Jr. 27. Cameron Black 28. Mike Mandingo
- Larry Wight Wins ESS Feature at Brewerton
"Lightning" Larry Wight won the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints feature Friday night at Brewerton Speedway.
- Brewerton Speedway Point Races Red Hot Coming Into Friday
After a season full of close races, plus the ups and downs that come with motorsports, it will all be settled on the ‘D-Shaped Dirt Demon’ the next two Friday nights to crown the 2021 ...
- NORTH COUNTRY ALL-STARS: DIRTcar 358 Modified Series begins at Mohawk Int'l Raceway Thursday, August 19
AKWESASNE, NY - Mohawk Int'l Raceway has been a staple of the DIRTcar 358 Modified Series circuit since 1993 when Kenny Tremont Jr. took the first Series win. Since then, Mohawk has hosted 33 Series races. Names like Alan Johnson, Billy Decker, Chris Raabe, Billy Dunn, and Pat O'Brien fill the North Country's record books. Another name will be added on Thursday, Aug. 19, at St. Lawrence Radiology night at Mohawk Int'l Raceway. The night of racing includes the 75-lap DIRTcar 358 Modified Series tour kick-off, the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified North Region opener, and DIRTcar Pro Stocks racing for Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Championship points. "It's been real tough to get the 358 Series off the ground in 2020 and also this year with COVID and border restrictions. While there still many hurdles to have teams to cross the border we needed to have the Series this year with most tracks running under normal circumstances," said NE Competition Director, "It's still very tough for the 358 teams in Canada but with the bulk of the schedule in the US we needed to get it started as it's getting late in the racing season." The overall DIRTcar 358 Modified Series champion will still include home track bonus points obtained after the Labor Day Weekend and along with Series event points added to the totals. A full point fund will be paid with the champion claiming a $6,000 top prize at the year-end awards banquet. The point fund totals over $25,000 and will award a cash prize to the top 15 in points. Michael Maresca, in the fan-favorite #7mm, has made his intentions to take the $4,000 payday known. Both the night of racing and Maresca's car are sponsored by St. Lawrence Radiology. Tim Fuller will pilot another St. Lawrence Radiology-sponsored car as well. The driver of the #19 has reached Victory Lane at Mohawk in 358 Series competition three times in his career. He's been on a hot streak at Can-Am Speedway in his 358 so race fans will need to take note of his starting position for the 75-lap Feature. A pair of full-time Super DIRTcar Series stars are planning to tackle Mohawk. Erick Rudolph, from Ransomville, NY, will pilot his #25R against the rest of the best DIRTcar 358 Modified drivers. Rudolph does not have a Series win at Mohawk but he is a three-time and defending 358 Modified Series champion. Mike Mahaney has turned into a top line Super DIRTcar Series Big Block driver. He'll put that experience to the #35 Adirondack Auto 358 to take on the North Country's best for the $4,000 check. Lance Willix has been battling at the top of the DIRTcar 358 Modified Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Championship standings. Willix is hungry for more wins to push him over the top in those standings where he is battling Erick Rudolph, Mat Williamson, Billy Dunn, and more. Another top driver set for Mohawk is Jordan McCreadie. A rookie on the Super DIRTcar Series this year, the second generation driver is near the top of the points at both Can-Am and Thunder Mountain. He will be a favorite at the first clash in Akwesasne, NY. Also on the card is the first race of the season for the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified Series North Region. With successful starts to the East, Central, and West regions already underway, the North Region is sure to bring the excitement to the North Country. DIRTcar 358 Modified Series 2021 Schedule Thursday, August 19 - Mohawk Int'l Raceway - Akwesasne, NY Friday, September 10 - Can-Am Speedway - LaFargeville, NY Friday, September 17 - Mohawk Int'l Raceway - Akwesasne, NY Wednesday, October 6 - Weedsport Speedway - Weedsport, NY Thursday, October 7 - Brewerton Speedway - Brewerton, NY Saturday, October 9 - Oswego Speedway - Oswego, NY Saturday, October 16 - Brockville Ontario Speedway - Brockville, ON
- WHAT TO WATCH FOR: Super DIRTcar Series stars set to battle the 'Demon' at Brewerton Aug. 17
BREWERTON, NY - The Super DIRTcar Series goes full throttle, Tuesday, Aug. 17, at Brewerton Speedway for the $10,000-to-win Demon 100. Series superstars like Billy Decker, Mat Williamon, Larry Wight, Matt Sheppard, Peter Britten, Jimmy Phelps and Tim Sears, Jr., along with an elite field of local talent, will tackle one of the most driver-demanding, elbows-up, fan-favorite tracks around: Brewerton Speedway - The D-Shaped Dirt Demon. They'll be competing for the $10,000 top prize and an illustrious 49th NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week (Oct. 6-10) guaranteed starting spot in the Series' 11th visit to the ⅓-mile Central New York track. Here are the top storylines to follow: STOMPING GROUNDS: A strong cadre of Super DIRTcar Series stars race weekly at Brewerton Speedway on Friday nights. Gypsum Racing drivers Larry Wight, Billy Decker, and recent Northeast Dirt Hall of Fame inductee Pat Ward will all have their Big Blocks ready to defend home territory. Chris Hile, Jimmy Phelps, and Tim Sears Jr. are all running in the top five in Brewerton points. Hile is coming off of a second-place run at Orange County Fair Speedway in the Centennial 102. The last time the Super DIRTcar Series stormed through Brewerton, The Hile Driver came just short of hunting down race-winner Mat Williamson. Hile could find himself one step higher on the podium for the first time against the Series. TURNING POINT: Mat Williamson, from St. Catharines, ON, won the last Series race at Brewerton Speedway. He then went back-to-back by winning at Mohawk International Raceway the next day. Those wins helped propel the Buzz Chew Racing #88 into the championship in 2019. A win tomorrow could potentially mark another turning point for Williamson. He's currently fourth in points with one win on the season. NAPA Super DIRT Week Qualifier: The winner of the Demon 100 will receive the guaranteed starter status for the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 on Sunday, Oct. 10. If the winner already has that status, the guaranteed start will be awarded to the next highest finishing driver without one. For example, Chris Hile took second place at Orange County behind Stewart Friesen but because Friesen had already won (six times), Hile picked up the award. That creates a scenario for a driver like hometown hero Tyler Trump to shock the field and pick up the NAPA Super DIRT Week guaranteed start for himself, which pays a minimum $1,500. INVADERS FROM THE NORTH: Two warriors from the North Country have made it known that they will attempt to slay The D-Shaped Dirt Demon on the backs of their own Beasts of the Northeast. The St. Lawrence Radiology cars of Tim Fuller, from Watertown, NY, and Michael Maresca, driver of the #7mm, will go the $10,000 prize. Fuller has one win and four top-10s in six starts so far in 2021. Maresca has one top-10 in three starts but Brewerton is his home track and the #7mm is sure to turn up the heat for The Demon 100. TICKETS AND STREAMING: Race fans can save on their ticket price by preordering their Demon 100 tickets HERE. Pit passes are not available in advance. Pit gates open at 4pm EST and grandstand gates open at 5 pm EST, Tuesday, Aug. 17. Kids 10 and under are free. If you can't make it to the race track, fans can subscribe to DIRTVision's FAST PASS to catch all the action live on your device of choice. PREVIOUS BREWERTON SPEEDWAY SUPER DIRTCAR SERIES WINNERS 2019 - Mat Williamson 2018 - Matt Sheppard/Matt Sheppard 2017 - Matt Sheppard 2016 - Matt Sheppard 2015 - Billy Decker 2010 - Matt Sheppard 2009 - Matt Sheppard 2008 - Billy Decker 2007 - Dale Planck On the Internet Twitter - @SuperDIRTcar Instagram - @SuperDIRTcar Facebook - Facebook.com/SuperDIRTcarSeries YouTube - Youtube.com/DIRTCarRacing DIRTVision - DIRTVision.com - Platinum annual FAST PASS for $299 or monthly FAST PASS for $39/month
- DIRTcar returns to the ‘D-shaped Dirt Demon’
The beasts of the northeast have caught the scent of a demon — a “1/3-mile D-shaped dirt demon” known to New Yorkers as the famous Brewerton Speedway. With ...
- LEGENDARY STATUS: Stewart Friesen Flies to Victory in Canandaigua
CANANDAIGUA, NY - Stewart Friesen, the seven-time NAPA Super DIRT Week champion, unlocked his legendary status at Land of Legends Raceway with a statement victory in Feature Two of the Twin 60-lap races. Two fierce competitors, Stewart Friesen and Mike Mahaney, lead the 26-car Super DIRTcar Series field to the green flag but the #44 Halmar car came out on top in the end. After a grinding crash on lap one of the race, the field was halted under red flag conditions. The field wsa haulted under red flag conditions after a grinding crash on lap one of the race took out four racers. Larry Wight was stopped prone on the front stretch before Daniel Johnson, Jordan McCreadie, and Justin Wright piled into him causing the #99L to roll. All drivers emerged from the incident unhurt. When the green flag came back out Mike Mahaney found grip on the top side and pulled away from Friesen and the rest of the field. As the race wore on, the smooth bottom became the dominant line and Friesen was able to capitalize on that for the race-winning pass. Mahaney was forced to settle for third. "Mahaney has been fast everywhere all year," noted Friesen, the driver out of Sprakers, NY. "It was tough. We got him on the initial start but then on the restart he got lane choice. He got out there, but we were able to track him down and pass him." Friesen had not graced the Land of Legends Raceway Victory Lane in a Big Block since 2005. "This has been a tough track for us," the race-winner noted. "I got a couple Big Block wins in 2005. The Madsens were about to fire me I think but then I got two wins in late August. But we haven't really had a good package for this place. We threw a bunch of stuff at it tonight and after Hot Laps it was good." Racers and teams came into the night's races with a lot of questions about the track surface and how it would change throughout the evening with two Big Block Features plus DIRTcar Sportsman Modified qualifying. "We ran the same tires in the second Feature as the first, "Friesen said. "We put a new set on for the Heat Race but we went back to the old ones for the race. Not sure if it was the right call but it worked out." Runner-up Tim Fuller had the crowd on their feet in the final 10 laps. Fuller took his black #19 to the topside after a late-race restart for Dave Marcucilli, who stopped on the backstretch. Fuller passed Erick Rudolph, Matt Sheppard, and Mike Mahaney in the space of a few laps. The North Country ace was reeling in Friesen for the lead, but he ran out of time as the right rear started getting hot. "When the right rear cooled down under caution I was sitting in eighth. I knew I could ring that outside for a little bit before the right rear overheated. You get what you can get like that at the end. Friesen was just too strong. I was able to catch everybody slamming to the bottom and running nose-to-tail. It was cleaner down there. Smooth. No rubber. You had to be on the bottom or way outside." After a great start off the pole, Mike Mahaney kept the #35 in a podium position for the duration of the 60-lapper. "I want to thank my fiancé Mandee for pulling the pole in the redraw," Mahaney said with a smile. "It's been a while since I've had a decent starting spot. It seems like it's been since Bristol. We were terrible in the first feature. We made some wholesale changes to the car. I think I made it slightly better in the Heat Race and much better in the Feature. We seem to be really loose or really tight." "I got lane choice on the second start, so I took the top," Mahaney said. "My top groove kind of went away. It didn't surprise me that Friesen got by. After how poor the first Feature was, I just knew I had to get a good finish and stay on my game plan. Friesen just had a better, faster car tonight." UP NEXT: The Super DIRTcar Series returns to Orange County Fair Speedway as a part of their annual centennial celebration. This year the Centennial 102 is 102 laps and $10,000-to-win The Big Blocks take the green on Thursday, April 12. Then, the long-awaited return of the D-Shaped Dirt Demon, Brewerton Speedway, takes center stage on Tuesday, April 17 for another $10,000-to-win NAPA Super DIRT Week qualifier. Feature (60 Laps) 44F-Stewart Friesen [$7,500]; 2. 19F-Tim Fuller [$4,000]; 3. 35M-Mike Mahaney [$2,500]; 4. 25R-Erick Rudolph [$1,800]; 5. 9S-Matt Sheppard [$1,600]; 6. 3H-Justin Haers [$1,400]; 7. 88W-Mat Williamson [$1,300]; 8. 14j-Alan Johnson [$1,200]; 9. 91D-Billy Decker [$1,100]; 10. 2L-Jack Lehner [$1,000]; 11. 21A-Peter Britten [$800]; 12. 98H-Jimmy Phelps [$700]; 13. 42P-Pat Ward [$600]; 14. 111D-Demetrios Drellos [$575]; 15. 32R-Ronnie Davis [$550]; 16. 5H-Chris Hile [$525]; 17. 32CC-Max Mclaughlin [$500]; 18. 83X-Tim Sears [$500]; 19. 34R-Kevin Root [$500]; 20. 23C-Kyle Coffey [$500]; 21. M1-Dave Marcuccilli [$500]; 22. 121T-Gary Tomkins [$500]; 23. 27JR-Daniel Johnson [$500]; 24. 99L-Larry Wight [$500]; 25. 19W-Justin Wright ; 26. 28M-Jordan McCreadie 
- THE D-SHAPED DEMON RETURNS: Super DIRTcar Series $10K-to-win Demon 100 set for Aug. 17 at Brewerton Speedway
BREWERTON, NY — The Beasts of the Northeast have caught the scent of a demon - a "1/3-mile D-shaped dirt demon" known to New Yorkers as the famous Brewerton Speedway. With their helmets in hand and 800-hp monsters under the hood, the stars of the Super DIRTcar Series will return to battle this tricky demon Tuesday, Aug. 17, for The Demon 100. Superstars like Larry Wight, Billy Decker, and Chris Hile made a name for themselves at the Brewerton track; now they, and the rest of the stacked Big Block Modified field, will look for glory on the biggest stage. With it will come a $10,000 payday and a guaranteed starting spot for the 49th NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week (Oct. 6-10). "We wanted to bring the Super DIRTcar Series back to one of its most vital home tracks," said DIRTcar Racing CEO Brian Carter. "Brewerton Speedway has been a staple in the Central New York racing scene for decades and we couldn't be more excited to bring the Super DIRTcar Series back to this fan-favorite track." In 1973, Will Cagle won the first Series race at Brewerton Speedway. Then 20 years later "Canada Joe" Joe Plazek put his name in the record books to ignite a tradition of Series races at Brewerton. Matt Sheppard, the seven-time Series champion, holds the Series record with five Brewerton victories. The ⅓-mile track produces exciting wheel-to-wheel action on a weekly basis with its tight entry into Turn 1 and then fast, sweeping layout in Turns 3 and 4. Its shape is like no other and combined with the stars of the Super DIRTcar Series, The Demon 100 is destined for a hell of a 100-lap show. In addition to the Big Block Modifieds — with a purse in excess of $35,000 — the DIRTcar Sportsman will also be in racing in a 30-lap Feature with purse over $4,000. Tickets are on sale now for $30 presale. Admission will be $33 at the gate. Tickets for students (11-17) are $15. Kids 10 and under are FREE. Pit passes are $35 for DIRTcar members and $40 for non-members. CLICK HERE for tickets. Pit passes are not available for pre-sale and must be purchased at the gate. Hot Laps get the Big Block party started at 6:30pm (ET) followed by racing at 7:30pm. If you can't make it to the track, you can watch every Super DIRTcar Series event live on DIRTVision. Get your FAST PASS now and see twin 60-lap Features at Land of Legends Raceway this Wednesday, Aug. 4, the Centennial 102 from Orange County Fair Speedway on Thursday, Aug. 12, and the Demon 100. Plus access to the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series and World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series. Demon 100 Order of Events 6:30pm - Hot Laps. 7:20 - Opening Ceremonies 7:30 - Heat Events Super DIRTcar Series Heats - 8 Laps DIRTcar Sportsman Heats - 8 Laps. Super DIRTcar Series Redraw. Super DIRTcar Series Last Chance Showdown(s) - 10 Laps DIRTcar Sportsman Last Chance Showdown - 10 Laps (If Necessary) Break - Track Prep (If Necessary). Demon 100 for Super DIRTcar Series - 100 Laps. DIRTcar Sportsman Feature - 30 Laps
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