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05-22-06- The dirt on Perry’s Speedway

The long history of Wyoming County International Speedway is known to many as the 45 year old motor sports facility which has transformed back and forth between the dirt and asphalt racing surfaces. Even WCIS promoter Jim Majchrzak raced competitive on both dirt and asphalt tracks around the region for more than 12 years prior to purchasing the Perry Facility.

Currently, and set to remain true, is the fast paced action of the asphalt circle track BullRing. The growth of the multi-use facility can be attributed to marketing / promotion and the highly regarded SST Modified Series. These combinations help to bring in new faces to support the racing industry along with catering to veteran fans, drivers and sponsors alike.

During the last surface conversion, now eight years ago, some of the regional dirt teams lost the familiarity of Perry’s home town atmosphere and became discouraged. But thanks to the promotional efforts of this generation of motor sports promoters, a great exhibition show has been scheduled to entertain even the most diehard of race fans.

Sunday June 4th, the T-3 dirt modified tour will thunder into the BullRing to test the water for future events. The dirt modifieds, under the leadership of promoter Kenny Shupp, are expected to make the transition with only making adjustments to the chassis. Even the tires will remain as hard dirt type rubber, to keep expenses in check

This type of creative cross promotion works effectively for all parties who participate. Wyo.Co Speedway benefits by welcoming back race fans of the past to check out all the positive changes the WCIS management has created. The T-3 Allstar Tour benefits by the added exposure of the series, teams and series sponsors. This helps to continue there strong growth by generating new interest. New dirt modified teams are welcome to participate under the guide lines of the exhibition. Log on to www.t3allstarseries.com to learn more of how to participate regular within the T-3 Organization.

Dirt fans, WCIS didn’t stop there…also on June 4th, set to take the green flag on the 1/3rd mile asphalt BullRing is the Briggs and Stratton SlingShot Series. As part of the north east tour, these scale dirt modifieds will make their début along with the T-3 Allstar Series. Check them out at www.slingshotbytobias.com

This weekend, Sunday May 28th, the dirt continues to fly as the first Off Road Motor Sports Spectacular event of 2006 commences. 4X4 enthusiasts are welcome to participate along with the SCORR Off Road Trucks and regional Mud Bog Racers. Show off your custom truck during the event and cheer on the machines as they challenge Mother Earth! Off Road racing begins at 10am and stock car racing begins at 2:30 pm. 2 show…1 low price.


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