Syracuse, NY (Nov. 3, 2019) – The Embassy Suites by Hilton, in Syracuse, NY provided the backdrop for the annual ISMA awards banquet. The event honored many for their achievements during the season. MC Kathy Harrington, who developed the Driver Point Fund over ten years ago, did the honors introducing the numerous awards.
The night began with recognition of the top 15 ISMA car owners, with special honors going to the 2019 Owner -Driver Champions Craig Reed and Mike Lichty. A close battle for second took place at Thompson's World Series which saw the Clyde Booth-Mike Ordway Jr. team just edging out 2018 champions Doug and Kyle Edwards, who finished third. The remainder of the top 15 car owners were from fourth on back were Howie Lane (97), Dan Soule (32), Mark Sammut (78), Vic Miller (11), Howie Lane (9), Brad Lichty (74), P&L Motorsports (21), Steve Stout (49), Steve Stout (19), David May (7), Tony Bowes (25), Mike McVetta (22).
Thompson, CT (October 13, 2019) – A strong field of winged supermodifieds filled the pits for the annual Sunoco World Series of Racing with the ISMA championship title on the line, as usually is the case. When all was said and done, the point leader Mike Lichty had beat out the challengers to claim his second career ISMA title. But the 50 lap feature race belonged to Jon McKennedy as he led from the start, and was able to fend off some top competitors for the win. It was an emotional run for McKennedy who had recently lost his dad Dennis. It was Jon's 11th ISMA career feature win and probably his most memorable.
OSWEGO, NY (October 8, 2019) - The International Supermodified Association will conclude its 2019 season with the organization’s annual trip to the ‘World Series’ of Racing at the Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Connecticut this Saturday and Sunday.
Epping, NH (September 7, 2019) – There are those moments in racing that the car and the driver find their plans and the circumstances align to make a perfect race scenario. Saturday night Jeffrey Abold had it all come together and the Bob Webber Sr. Memorial Star Classic 125 was all his. Abold had been close to victory in the past here. He had always run well at the prestigious event, but fell just short of the victory.