Brewerton Speedway Big Season Opener Friday, May 17; Race Teams Now Use Speedway Main Entry Drive
Story By: Dave Medler/Brewerton Speedway
Photos By: Mike Johnson/RacersGuide.com
BREWERTON, NY – Let’s try this again! This Friday, May 17 the Brewerton Speedway will have their long awaited 2019 season opener.
On the race card presented by Fleet Repairs Truck & Trailer Repair and Thompson & Johnson Equipment Company is the Tracey Road Equipment DIRTcar Modifieds, DOT Foods DIRTcar Sportsman, Air Force Mod Lites and the Fleet Repair Truck & Trailer Repair 4-Cylinders.
From now on race teams please use the main drive to enter speedway property instead of Central NY Raceway Park due to ownership Change.
Grandstand admission for the fastest and family affordable fun in Central NY is $12 with everyone 18 years old and younger admitted free. Pit admission is $27 Participant, $30 Non-Participant. Gates will open at 5:30 pm with racing at 7:30 pm.
Returning to start defense of their 2018 Track Championships are, Jimmy Phelps (Modifieds) Kevin Root (Sportsman) Justin Williams (Mod Lites) Ray Bechler (4-Cylinders).
The Brewerton Speedway would like to thank the event sponsors.
Fleet Repairs Truck & Trailer Repair is owned by Torey Wallis, father of Brewerton Speedway 4-Cylinder & Fulton Speedway Novice Sportsman racer Quinn Wallis.
Fleet Repairs is your one stop shop for Mobil Repair Service, Truck Repair Shop, Trailer Repair, Welding, Secure Vehicle Storage, Preventative Maintenance, Hydraulics, Frame, Alignment & Suspension, Engine, Air Conditioning.
With easy access from the NY State Thruway and Route 481, Fleet Repairs is located at 6630 Fly Rd. in East Syracuse, NY.
To learn more about all the services they offer please call (315) 447-6213. As always, remember to support those who support racing.
Since 1954, Thompson & Johnson Equipment Co., Inc. has been providing new and used forklift and material handling equipment solutions from some of the top brands like Cascade, CLARK, Crown, Hoist, Sellick and Toyota to its customers from our Upstate New York locations in East
Syracuse, Binghamton, Albany and Horseheads / Elmira, NY. We began to partner with customers long before it was in vogue.
From its humble beginnings, Thompson & Johnson grew rapidly, and by the 1970s was operating out of a 19,000 sq. ft. facility on ten acres of land in East Syracuse, New York. Today, the main facility stands at 45,000 sq. ft. with a 12,000 sq. ft. warehouse. In addition, three branches have been established in Elmira, Binghamton and Albany, New York, expanding Thompson & Johnson’s reach beyond the central area of the state 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 in size from large, national chains to local businesses. Thompson & Johnson is approaching $40 million as a full-service material handling company with 142 employees whose average tenure is 11 years.
To see all the services Thompson & Johnson has to offer go to www.thompsonandjohnson.com or call 877-460-9186. Remember to support those who support racing.
Any questions you might have about the 2019 racing season and for marketing opportunities please contact Cory Reed at firstname.lastname@example.org . Or call (315) 668-6906.
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