Wingless Sprints Battle For $1,000 Winner’s Share At ‘Gobbler’

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‘Whipped Cream’ Wingless Sprints Battle For $1,000 Winner’s Share, Bonuses At Accord Speedway November 25 ‘Gobbler’

Story By: Brett Deyo/Gobbler

Photos By: Dave Kovacs/RacersGuide.com

ACCORD, NY – At Accord Speedway’s Saturday, November 25 ‘Gobbler’ event, the North East Wingless Sprints have added some “whipped cream” to the program.

The self-starting, wingless GM Crate 602 powered sprints are a first-time attraction to the post-Thanksgiving special. With the assistance of several marketing partners, the division will compete for a huge $1,000 to win in their 20-lap ‘Gobbler’ main event.

Thanks to Rapid Tire, the event winner will receive $1,000!

Second-place pays $500 courtesy of Land Hoe Maintenance LLC and third-place will receive $300 from Marshall Industries.

Peak Engineering has offered up $200 to the event’s Hard Charger.

Heat race winners take home $100 each from Northeast Paving & Sealcoat and Oakland Valley Speedway.

Accord track champion Eric Jennings is expected to lead the speedway’s regulars into the ‘Whipped Cream’ Wingless Sprint event. But Jennings recently sold his title-winning No. 44 and is actively searching for a ride.

New Egypt (N.J.) Speedway is the other local speedway running the division. Ryan Godown will invade with his Karl Freyer-owned car in search of the cool grand.

Joining the North East Wingless Sprints on the docket will be the big-block/small-block Modifieds ($5,500 to the winner of the 50-lap main), Sportsman (Open vs. Crate) offering a minimum of $1,000 to win, the Ron Wright Memorial Street Stock event and a nightcap Four Cylinder Enduro.

Complete race rules, times and information have been posted: http://bdmotorsportsmedia.com/gobbler-rules-prices-general-information/

A rain date of Saturday, December 2 will be in place.

For the 2017 ‘Gobbler’ event, Adult admission is $24. Seniors (ages 65 and over) pay $22. Kids 11 and under are $5.

There is indoor seating available for $35 per ticket. To reserve an indoor seat, contact the speedway at 845.626.1142.

Pit admission is $40, with no license required.

Pit gates will open at 9 a.m. Grandstand gates will be unlocked at 10 a.m. Hot laps will begin at noon, with racing at 1 p.m.

Accord Speedway, a neat-and-tidy quarter-mile clay oval nestled in the hills of Ulster County, is located at 299 Whitfield Road Accord, NY 12404. The speedway is on the web at www.accordspeedway.com.

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