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Purse Change For This Saturday’s Kramer Williamson Memorial At Fonda Speedway

By Paul Harkenrider (Fonda, NY) | Due to a miscommunication with track management at the Fonda Speedway, Saturday’s Kramer Williamson Memorial will now pay $2,573 and $250 to start instead of the $5,073 that was originally announced prior to the start of the season.

The qualifying format will still be under Patriot Sprint Tour rules and officiated by PST Staff.

Friday nights show at Outlaw Speedway will still pay $5,000 to win and $400 to start. For more information, please visit www.patriotsprinttour.com.

Second Annual Outlaw Fall Nationals and Kramer Williamson Memorial Conclude 2017 Patriot Sprint Tour Season

By Paul Harkenrider (Dundee, NY) | The final two events on the 2017 PST Calendar happen to be the two highest paying races of the season with teams representing the Patriot Sprint Tour, Empire Super Sprints, and United Racing Club compete this coming weekend at Outlaw Speedway on Friday, September 22, and the Fonda Speedway on Saturday, September 23. (more…)

September 24th Patriot Sprint Tour and CRSA Sprints Events at Rolling Wheels Cancelled

By Curtis Berleue (Sodus, NY) | It is with great disappointment that Mike Emhof Motorsports announces the cancellation of its sprint car events at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park for Sunday, September 24.  Both the Patriot Sprint Tour and CRSA Sprints events have been removed from the schedule and will not be made up. (more…)

FREEDOM MOTORSPORTS PARK CANCELLED 9/8/17

Tonights event at Freedom Motorsports Park has been CANCELLED.  The following is from the Freedom management:

Due to the current rain that we have experienced since yesterday, the forecast of rain and cold temps through mid to late afternoon, and a very water saturated pit and parking area, tonight’s Patriot Sprints and the NY6A race has been cancelled. With the season at an end there will be no make up date. We would like to thank Mike Emhof and his staff for working with us, as we will certainly try again in 2018. Also we are going to work with Brad Mesler of Mesler Trucking to make up the crate late race we had scheduled. Thank you everyone for your continued support of the Speedway this year as we endure through a year that has seen us only be able to get 50% of the the shows in due to weather.