Race, family autograph night this Friday at Brewerton Speedway – Oswego County Today

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BREWERTON, NY – One of the favorite nights on the racing calendar every year for fans is when you combine racing and family autograph night at Brewerton Speedway.

This Friday, June 17, there will be races on the “D-Shaped Dirt Demon” as well as a family autograph night presented by marketing partner Thompson & Johnson Equipment Company.

The race will feature Big Block DIRTcar modifications from Tracey Road Equipment. DOT Foods DIRTcar Sporty. AmeriCU Credit Union Mod Lites. Morabito four cylinder.

During intermission, fans can descend along the track to get up close with all the race cars and meet their favorite drivers for photos, autographs, hero cards and driver gifts that will put a smile on fans’ faces. all ages.

Adult G/A is $15. All 18 and under are free. Pits (all ages) $35. Booths open at 4:30 p.m. Grandstands 5:30 p.m. Hot spins 6:00 p.m. Race 7:00 p.m.

June 10 Feature Winners: Chris Hile. Two in a row. (Edited) Kyle Devendorf. First career at the speedway. (Jock). Demo of Kyle (Mod Lites). Chris Bonoffski (four cylinder).

Ranking of the first five division points:

Modified: 1. 5H- Chris Hile (280); 2. 99L – Larry Wight (256); 3. 8H-Max McLaughlin (244); 4. 98H-Jimmy Phelps (223); 5. 32R- Ron Davis III (212).

Sportsman: 1. 5H- Amy Holland (234); 2. 38- Zach Sobotka (232); 3. 19c- Brandon Carvey (227); 4. 6- Cody Manitta (222); 5. 28- Alan Fink (221).

Mod Lites: 1.06-Mike Mullen (223); 2. 155- Clayton Brewer (221); 3. 22- Demo Kyle (218); 4. 16- Tucker Halliday (203) 5. 7J- Joe Moller (199).

Four cylinders: 1.5 m – Damien Bechler (292); 2. 16B-Chris Bonoffski (276); 3. 67k – Clayton Koch (242); 4. 26r-Ray Bechler (240); 5. 29k – Kingston Sprauge (224).

The Speedway welcomes marketing partner and event sponsor Thompson & Johnson Equipment Co. Inc.

Since 1954, Thompson & Johnson Equipment Co., Inc. has provided new and used forklifts and material handling equipment solutions from some of the top brands such as Crown and Toyota to customers at our North American locations. New York State to East Syracuse, Binghamton, Albany and Horseheads, NY. We started partnering with customers long before it was all the rage. We are the trusted forklift dealers in New York.

From humble beginnings, Thompson & Johnson has grown rapidly and today the main facility in East Syracuse spans 45,000 square feet with a 12,000 square foot warehouse. In addition, three branches were established in Elmira, Binghamton and Albany, expanding Thompson & Johnson’s reach beyond the midstate area into eastern New York, western Vermont and Massachusetts and northeastern Pennsylvania.

Thompson & Johnson has more than 1,000 customers, primarily in warehousing, distribution and manufacturing, ranging from large national chains to local businesses. Thompson & Johnson is approaching $55 million as a full-service material handling company with 150 employees whose average tenure is 10 years.

Thompson & Johnson Equipment is looking for technicians to work on material handling equipment, such as forklifts and in our new Northeast Dock & Door department, serving customers throughout NYS. If you have a mechanical bent and a positive CAN-DO attitude, we have the opportunity for you. »

To see all the services Thompson & Johnson has to offer, visit www.thompsonandjohnson.com. Or call 877-460-9186. Don’t forget to support those who support the race.

For any questions you may have and for marketing opportunities, contact Cory Reed at (315) 593-6531 or [email protected] For all the latest news, go to www.brewertonspeedway.com. and like speedway social media pages.

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