OSWEGO, N.Y. — The 2022 International SuperModified Association schedule is set with 10 big nights of racing on the card at six speedways between early June and mid September.

With first-year ISMA president Danny Soule at the helm, the series looks to strengthen in 2022 with six co-sanctioned events with the Midwest Supermodified Series (MSS) including three big Winged Super Challenge races at Oswego Speedway that will boast more than $140,000 in cash and contingencies.

The first Oswego Winged Super Challenge will open the series on Saturday, June 4. The 50-lap season opener will boast a $41,000 purse and pay a handsome $6,000 to the winner and $1,200 to start. The race is the first of six nights of racing in 2022 that will see ISMA and MSS co-sanction. Strong fields are expected including many ISMA, MSS and Oswego Speedway regulars vying for the lucrative feature win and top prizes.

A week later — Saturday, June 11 — ISMA and MSS head to the fast 0.522-mile Jennerstown Speedway Complex in Jennerstown, Pa., for a 50-lap co-sanctioned show. ISMA and MSS racers will be aiming to deny 2021 series driver champion Otto Sitterly of a second consecutive win at the western Pennsylvania oval, where Sitterly and the Nicotra Racing No. 7 team won last September. 

In July ISMA racers head back to Oswego for round two of the Winged Super Challenge on Saturday, July 9. Once again the 50-lap feature winner will take home a $6,000 check and every starter will receive a minimum $1,200.

One of the most anticipated weekends of the 2022 supermodified season comes a week later — July 15-16 — at Berlin Raceway in Marne, Mich., where ISMA and MSS will co-sanction a Friday, Saturday doubleheader at the 7/16th-mile oval. A 40-lap ISMA / MSS feature will open the weekend Friday, July 15 and a 60-lapper will run Saturday night to mark the fifth round of the season. This year will mark the first ISMA races at Berlin since August 2012.

Following Berlin, teams will have a week off to prepare for the prestigious July 29-30 Hy-Miler Nationals at Ohio’s Sandusky Speedway. As always, the weekend will begin Friday, July 29 with the ISMA Fast 40 followed by the Hy-Miler Nationals 100 Saturday night.

The third and final Oswego Winged Super Challenge is set for Saturday, August 13. The $6,000-to-win feature will run 60 laps and determine the three-race Oswego winged series champion. The special point fund is offering $15,000 with $3,000 going to the champion.

ISMA will close the season in New England with rounds nine and ten. For round nine, the tricky one-third-mile Claremont Motorsports Park in Claremont, N.H., is back on the schedule for the second straight year. This year’s 75-lapper will run Friday, August 26. Jon McKennedy won the inaugural Claremont ISMA 75 in August 2021.

The 47th annual ISMA tour will close Saturday, September 17 with the 57th annual Bob Webber Sr. Memorial Star Classic at the famous quarter-mile Star Speedway in Epping, N.H.

Click here for the ismasupers.com schedule page.

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  • Glad to see the return to Berlin,, Always a great show and the duel two day show will really showcase the track and all the stars of both series.

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