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Doug Wolfgang Speaks at Plymouth Speedway Championship Banquet
By: Anita Soltis
(Plymouth, IN) Doug Wolfgang shared great memories of his family on the road and had a few laughs remembering some of his best times at race tracks during Saturday’s 2014 Night of Champions Banquet at Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth. The South Dakota resident, who won over 500 features as a sprint car driver, captivated the crowd when he told of the fiery accident in 1992 at a Kansas Speedway that ended his racing career and how lucky he is to continue his involvement in the racing community. He even agreed to come back and visit after Owner Ed Kennedy announced that the World of Outlaws will be racing at the track on Oct. 17 this season.
Decades later, Wolfgang remains a highly respected man in the sport of racing.
Kennedy also spoke of the amount of changes that will be coming to the speedway in the next two years including new clay, bleachers and suites and more to create a state-of-the-art facility for the entire family to enjoy. He is committed to making this the best racing facility in the Northern Indiana area.
 
The top 10 drivers were honored during the banquet in each class.
Thunder Stocks top 10: Bryce Shilder (champion), John Rhoads, Kevin Kerlin, Keith Crissinger, Randy Lambert, Eric Brown, Brody Townsend, Mike Yaculllo, Mark Barrett, and Chris Joseph.
“The year started the way we wanted but then had some trouble, but won seven features. I’m pretty happy with the season,” said Shidler.
 
Super Streets top 10: Michael Clark (champion), Bob McLean, Nathen Jordan, David Short, Mark Stringer, Evan Fredline, Bobby Keller, Randy Akers, Jim Jarrett, and Tommy Beezley II.
“My goal was to be up here as the track champion and I completed my goal. I hope we’re back up here next year, but there will be plenty of competition,” commented Clark.
Dickies Restaurant 600 Sprints top 10: Billy Cribbs (champion), Eric Saunders, Justin Bell and Chad Hartzell tied for third, Randy Shilling, Brad Nichols, Dawson Stealy, Garrett Saunders, Austin Davis, and Nick Yoder.
“It was a rough start to the season, but then it turned into the season of our dreams. The track feels like home to me and my family. It’s the best facility I’ve been a part of,” stated Cribbs.
Swan Lake Resort UMP Modifieds top 10: Jamie Lomax (champion), Zeke McKenzie, Dillon Nusbaum, Tommy Beezley II, Frank Marshall, Kyle Yocum, Matt Mitchell, Tony Elliott, Steve Hogue, and Josh Elliott.
“I can’t say enough about the people at Plymouth Speedway. There’s commitment to make it better track every week. We have great racing every week,” said Lomax.
The Rookie of the Year awards were given to Mike Yacullo in the Thunder Stock Division, Josh Elliott in the Swan Lake Resort UMP Modifieds Division and Justin Bell and Chad Hartzell in the Dickies Restaurant 600 Sprint Division.
Thank you for another great season at Plymouth Speedway! Greater things are coming. You won’t want to be left out.
The next event at Plymouth Speedway will be the Cabin Fever event on Saturday, April 25 at 7 p.m. ET with 410 Sprints, UMP Modifieds, Super Streets, Thunder Stocks, Cyber Stocks, and 600 Sprints. Come early for practice on Saturday, April 11 and Saturday, April 18th.
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(photo caption L to R) Billy Cribbs, Bryce Shilder, Michael Clark and Jamie Lomax.
Photography by: Stephanie Reichelt Photography
 
 
(New) Slab Rental Info:

Any 2014 pit slab renters who are interested in securing their spot for the 2015 season should contact Jim Bottorff at (574) 276-2141. Pit slabs must be paid for on or before Saturday, January 24th to secure a space. Rental fee for 2015 will be $150. You can pay for them at the banquet. All slabs remaining will be rented after the banquet on a first-come-first-serve basis.


Changes Underway at Plymouth Speedway
By: Anita Soltis
While many drivers are working on their cars for the new season at the Playground of Power, we are making several improvements to the track this off-season.
It started with the installation of new clay. The surface was tested and the analysis indicated that the new surface will provide more grip and more grooves of racing. A steeper banking was also created. More clay will be delivered soon, weather permitting.
Concrete blocks were brought in to build up the walls on the outer part of the track which will be safer for drivers and fans. In another safety move, a new exit was designed to allow cars to exit the track in a more efficient manner.
New seats have been delivered to the speedway which will offer a more comfortable viewing experience for the fans. Additional improvements are also planned.
The 2015 season will feature the All Stars 410 Sprints for the Earl Gaerte Classic, Dirt Late Models, USAC National Midgets in May, a Mod Squad race in June, Open Wheel Wednesday in June and the Sprints on Dirt for two races including the Bob Newton Classic in August. The World Series of Dirt is set for Sept. 12 with 410 Non-Wing Sprints and a full lineup that will be offered all season including UMP Modifieds, Super Streets, Thunder Stocks, Cyber Stocks and Non-Wing 600 Sprints. More information on the newest addition to the lineup of features, Cyber Stocks, can be found on our website or call Mike Zielinski at (574) 532-7969.

Have a great holiday season!


New Clay Installed at Plymouth Speedway
By: Anita Soltis
(Plymouth, IN) Several truckloads of clay were brought in on Sunday, November 9, at Plymouth Speedway to build a better racing surface for the 2015 season.
About a quarter of the track has new clay and the process is ongoing. The entire surface will be ready for the start of the season on April 25th for the Cabin Fever event. Practice will be open the weekend before the opening race in the track’s third season on dirt.
“We are dedicated to bring the best racing to the fans here in Northern Indiana,” said track owner Ed Kennedy. “This new surface will add grip and more grooves of racing. Expect more improvements as the new season gets started.”
"New" 2015 Individual Class Rules posted
For Immediate Release: Wednesday November 12, 2014
Newest Plymouth Speedway 2015 Individual Class Rules for 600 Non-Wing Sprints, Super Street, Pure Thunder Stock, and Cyber Stock rules have been revised and posted. We will still be following the 2015 Dirtcar Rules for UMP Modified.
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Plymouth Speedway features a three-eighths (0.375) mile banked dirt oval owned by Ed Kennedy. Four different classes of racing are featured: UMP Modifieds, 600 Non-wing Open Sprints, Thunder Stocks, and Super Streets. Regular season races are scheduled in the months of April through August on Saturday nights with several special events including Late Models and Sprint Cars. Follow Plymouth Speedway’s official Facebook page, @PlymouthSpeed on Twitter, or email info@plymouthspeedway.net.
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