Posted by Oswego Speedway
on April 19, 2012 :: 683 views :: E-mail
OSWEGO, NY (March 28) - There is little doubt that the Novelis Supermodified class, and Oswego Speedway, has a certain mystique about them. Ever since the formative years there have been teams that have driven hours upon hours, hauling passed other speedways, on their way to racing Supermodifieds at Oswego Speedway.
In the early days drivers like Art Bennett, Sammy Sessions, and ‘Jungle Jim’ Gresley towed 12 hours to run the Big O. Years after, Norm Mackareth, Todd Gibson, Mike Ordway, Doug Didero, and Skip Matczak made Oswego their home tracks.
That tradition continues today, as Fairlawn, NJ driver Joey Pa...Read More...