Oswego, NY (May 13, 2015) – It was announced today that the 2-event ISMA Harvey Lennox Memorial Series at Delaware Speedway, near London, Ontario, will have an extra incentive. The following companies, Patco Transportation, Murray’s Transmission and Arctic Snowplows have gotten together to add an extra $3500 to create a driver’s point fund.
The three highest drivers competing at both shows will be awarded $2000 (1st), $1,000 (2nd) and $500 (3rd) after a point tally from both Delaware shows. The ISMA opener at Delaware Speedway takes place this Friday, May 15 with a May 16 rain date and the second race of the series is on August 21 with an August 22nd rain date.
Patco Transportation, of course, is a name well known to the ISMA competitors and fans as owner Brad Lichty fields 3 potent supermodifieds in the series. Since 1981, Patco Transportation has been on the road providing their clients with quality, dependable LTL and Truckload services throughout North America.
Patco Transportation is a family owned and operated business, founded by a team of logistic specialists with over a century of experience. They are an internationally based, Canadian and U.S. Bonded Carrier, Hazardous, F.A.S.T., and Ctpat approved carrier with a 50,000 sq. ft. facility based centrally in Ayr, On. They also have a second 15,000 sq.ft. location in Dalton, Ga. Both locations offer cross docking, warehousing and distribution, storage trailers, or whatever individual freight needs may be.
Murray Transmission is also a household name in the ISMA supermodified organization. Four-time ISMA feature winner Mark Sammut, co-owner of Murray’s Transmission, would like nothing better than to add at least one of the two-race Harvey Lennox Series events to his win total. Mark’s father Tony worked on Harvey Lennox's London Concrete No. 10 in the early days. And it was through this association; Mark’s racing career got started. He started racing go-karts at nine-years-old. At 17, he moved to ¾ midgets and eventually this all led to the supermodifieds. Today, Sammut son-and-dad still work side-by-side – on the ISMA trail and as partners in Murray's Transmission on York St.
The third contributor to the Lennox Memorial Series Driver point fund is Arctic Snowplows. The Canadian-based Arctic Snowplows, out of London, Ontario manufacture one of the highest quality snowplows in the business. Rick Lennox, manager of Arctic Snowplows is an avid supermodified fan and rightly so, as he is the son of Harvey Lennox who the series honors. For further information check out www.DelawareSpeedway.com.
SHULLICK PASSES JON MCKENNEDY FOR STAR CLASSIC WIN; RUSS WOOD RETURNS, CHARGES TO SIXTH IN FRONT OF HOMETOWN CROWD IN EXCITING RACE
By Carol D Haynes, ISMA PR; photos by Jim Feeney
Epping, NH (September 9, 2017) – Dave Shullick Jr., coming off his first Oswego Speedway Classic win on Sunday, September 3, strapped the wing back on his Bodnar 95 and proceeded to run a calculated race to win the 52nd running of the Star Classic on September 9, chasing down and passing Jon McKennedy who had led much of the 150 lap distance. It was Shoe II's second win of the prestigious event as he continued to show his prowess in both winged and non-winged racing.
Oswego, NY (September 2, 2017) – Two of the winningest drivers in Oswego Speedway winged racing, Mike Lichty and Chris Perley, put on the proverbial classic battle for the 24th annual Super Nationals win on Saturday night. By virtue of qualifying and handicapping, Perley and Lichty sat on the front row and it was Lichty who won the war for the lead as the pair went side by side on the green flag lap. It was Lichty's sixth Oswego winged win and the second in the ISMA Super Nationals.
Delaware, Ont., Canada (Aug. 19, 2017) - They say good things come to those who wait and for London, Ontario's Mark Sammut that wait for a feature win at Delaware was 21 years in the making. Sammut, who calls Delaware Speedway his home track, had raced many times at the half-mile oval over his long career, but had never won a supermodified feature there. He'd come close, but Saturday night he nailed it, picking up his 6th career ISMA win but first victory at Delaware, which was also a very lucrative one that carried a $10,000 first place prize, sponsored by Corr/Pak Merchandising, Arctic Snowplows, Murray's Transmission and PATCO Transportation.