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Contingency Programs come to Plymouth Speedway!
We would like to announce two special Contingency Programs. Impact Racing Products and Wilwood Brakes have joined our racing family to provide some additional savings and incentives to race drivers and teams.
Impact Racing Products out of Brownsburg, IN is offering cash awards to top finishing drivers each night of racing at Plymouth Speedway. Impact Racing Products offer the finest safety equipment in the business including race suits, helmets, gloves, shoes, and restraint systems. Details and form for joining this opportunity are available on our website under the Contingency tab.
Wilwood Engineering produces brakes components for various industries and they are the leading manufacturer of brake components for short track racing. We have recently partnered with them to join our exciting 2014 race season and Wilwood has provided a great Contingency Program for our weekly winners in designated divisions. Winners will receive weekly Wilwood product coupons. Wilwood has also committed to providing products to our 2014 Track Champions! There is no need to sign up for this Contingency Program as the coupons will be provided to you by a track official and Wilwood decals for your race car will be handed out at the track.

Ken Schrader to Race at Plymouth Speedway on May 10
By: Anita Soltis - April 6,2014
(Plymouth, IN) One regular season night of racing at Plymouth Speedway just got a little more interesting. NASCAR driver Ken Schrader will be firing up his UMP Modified machine and racing it on the dirt oval at Plymouth Speedway on May 10.
Schrader has had an extensive racing career in the highest level of NASCAR racing and continues to race his UMP Modified all over the country. Schrader said he’s looking forward to going back to the track and getting to race. “We went there last year and broke the rear end in practice and I wasn’t able to race that night,” explained Schrader. “I wanted to come back and I talked with everyone there and found that May 10 would be the best night for me to race. We’ll be there with our UMP Modified and I’ll see you there!” Schrader joined Justin Allgaier, Kenny Wallace, David Reutimann and David Stremme in a Mod Squad event last year at Plymouth Speedway. Last season's Modified division champion Frank Marshall ended up with the win.
Can Schrader beat the regular drivers at Plymouth Speedway? Many of the regular season drivers in the UMP Modified Division are returning this year and they're hungry for that championship and the chance to go door-to-door with a NASCAR legend on May 10. The Super Street, Thunder Stocks and 600 Non-Wing Sprint car races will also be featured that evening.

Wilwood Partners with Plymouth Speedway for 2014 Season
By: Anita Soltis - April 3, 2014
(Plymouth, IN) The management and staff at Plymouth Speedway are proud to announce a partnership with Wilwood.

The Plymouth Speedway season opens with the Cabin Fever event on Saturday, Apr. 19 at 7 p.m. ET. UMP Modifieds, Super Streets, Thunder Stocks and 600 Non-wing Open Sprint cars will be featured on the dirt track. Great racing entertainment is scheduled through August with additional races to be announced.

Wilwood designs and manufactures high-performance disc brake systems. Brake systems are made for all types of competitive motor sports, agriculture equipment, industrial applications, utility vehicles, snowmobiles, quads, motorcycles and military vehicles.
The engineering department uses sophisticated computer aided design to manufacture the best solution for your needs. They have ample stock of hundreds of varieties of brake calipers, rotor designs, master cylinder designs and a wide assortment of brackets, fittings, valves and brake lines.
Dave Brzozowski is excited for the 2014 Plymouth Speedway season to start.
“This partnership is a great opportunity to get information about our product to the race teams and the fans at Plymouth Speedway,” said Brzozowski. “Racing on the dirt track is always exciting and we’re glad the racing season is right around the corner.”
Wilwood will be offering a contingency program for the drivers at Plymouth Speedway on a weekly basis as well as providing products to track champions for 2014. Wilwood wants to give drivers the opportunity to utilize and win with their products.
For more information about Wilwood, visit www.wilwood.com or call (805) 388-1188.

Plymouth Speedway Springing into New Season with Landrum Performance Spring Partnership
By: Anita Soltis - April 1, 2014

(Plymouth, IN) The start of the 2014 season at the Plymouth Speedway is nearing and Mentone, Indiana-based Landrum Performance Spring is one of the many great partners you’ll see at the track this season.

Every Landrum coil spring is made from the highest quality material and dyno-tested to deliver the most precise spring rate for predictable handling, extended durability and consistent track set-ups. Drivers from local short tracks to super speedways demand the best. Each Landrum superior coil spring and leaf spring promote quality, craftsmanship, and performance. The crew offers the technical assistance to help give you a winning combination.
“Landrum Performance Spring is pleased about being part of the excitement of the “Playground of Power” for the 2014 season,” said General Manager Jeff Fuller. “Landrum Spring has something to offer all classes from the UMP Mods to the thundering winged and non-winged sprints. This track is in our backyard, and we are excited to see it bring Saturday night racing to all generations.”
...“The performance is wound in before the name goes on”.
The Plymouth Speedway season opens with the Cabin Fever event on Saturday, Apr. 19 at 7 p.m. ET. UMP Modifieds, Super Streets, Thunder Stocks and 600 Non-wing Open Sprint cars will be featured on the dirt track. Great racing entertainment is scheduled through August with additional races to be announced.

We are happy to be working with Plymouth Speedway!
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Plymouth Speedway Welcomes New Partner
 
(Plymouth, IN) They’ve been in business in Plymouth for 33 years and the owner decided it was time to partner with Plymouth Speedway to help bring the best racing entertainment to fans.
The owner of Lincolnway Auto, Cecil Wilson, said the partnership just made sense.
“Racing has become a popular sport in the area and great entertainment for those who attend the races,” said Wilson. “We wanted to become part of what everybody’s talking about.”
Pre-owned cars can be found on the lot at Lincolnway Auto and the crew can help you with auto parts and auto repair.
Plymouth Speedway welcomes Lincolnway Auto as part of the family for the 2014 season. For all of your vehicle needs, visit Lincolnway Auto, 1230 Lincolnway East, Plymouth, Indiana. Call (574) 936-8094. For a look at what they have for you to drive home, visit www.lincolnwayauto.com.

Racing at Plymouth Speedway begins Saturday, Apr. 19 at 7 p.m. ET with the Cabin Fever event. UMP Modifieds, Super Streets, Thunder Stocks and 600 Non-wing Open Sprint cars will be featured on the dirt track.

Lincolnway Auto

Competition Suspension, Inc. Partners with Plymouth Speedway for 2014 Season
By: Anita Soltis

(Plymouth, IN) Plymouth Speedway is pleased to announce a partnership with Competition Suspension, Inc. (CSI) out of Brownsburg, Indiana for the 2014 racing season.

The crew at CSI builds reasonably-priced quality shocks and utilizes technology in the upper levels of motorsports to help manufacture the best product for their customers. Since 2009, CSI has become the shock of choice for many of today’s top professionals in racing. The crews build each shock specifically to each customer’s specific needs. CSI’s systems have been a part of many track, regional and national championships around the world.
Some of these shocks will be used in race cars at Plymouth Speedway this season.
“We are very excited to partner with Plymouth Speedway for the 2014 Season,” said owner Garrett Andrews. “Giving back to the racer has always been a high priority with our company.”
“Our niche in the market has always been an outstanding product with un-beatable customer support, we travel to over 100 races a year to help our customers. We look forward to attending a few races at Plymouth this year to support customers using CSI products.”

Oliver Ford Continues Long-Standing Partnership
By: Anita Soltis - February 14, 2014
(Plymouth, IN) A decades-long partnership between Plymouth Speedway and Oliver Ford continues into the 2014 season.
Oliver Ford, with a dealership in Plymouth, offers great customer service and an assortment of new and pre-owned cars on the lot. Oliver Ford has been family owned and operated since 1955 and a great supporter of the Plymouth community. John Oliver and the staff are ready to help you in your car purchasing needs. The company is also a proud partner of Plymouth Speedway.
“Racing is in the blood of Team Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth,” said owner John Oliver. “We are proud to continue in the relationship we've had with our local racetrack. We’ve been in business for nearly 60 years and have had a great partnership with the folks at Plymouth Speedway for many years. Just remember FORD - First On Race Day.”
Racing at Plymouth Speedway begins Saturday, Apr. 19 at 7 p.m. ET with the Cabin Fever event. UMP Modifieds, Super Streets, Thunder Stocks and 600 Non-wing Open Sprint cars will be featured on the dirt track.

UMP Modified National Race of Champions Comes to Plymouth Speedway
By: Anita Soltis
(Plymouth, IN) It will be the the most exciting Modifieds races this year and it’s happening at Plymouth Speedway. Plymouth Speedway Owner Ed Kennedy recently announced that a UMP Modified National Race of Champions is set to be run at the facility on October 11th. Kennedy and UMP official Sam Driggers will work together to bring this event to the fans of short track racing and it will be nothing short of spectacular.
All track champions in the UMP Modified Series along with the 2014 UMP Modified Touring Series champions will be invited to participate in this event. The overall winner will receive $5,000 and a minimum of $500 will be paid to start. An A feature event is also planned which will pay $1,000 to win. It's open to all modified competitors. Up to four drivers out of this event will be transferred to the Race of Champions for a chance at the $5,000 payout. “This event needed to happen for these drivers,” stated Kennedy. “They put on a great show every week and deserve an event like this. I want Plymouth Speedway to host this exclusive race every year!”
As the 2014 dirt season draws near at Plymouth Speedway, more information about this exclusive event will be available on www.plymouthspeedway.net, the speedway’s Facebook page and on Twitter. This will be the highlighted event of the Modified season!

Short Track Roundtable Discussion Involves Fans
By: Anita Soltis
(South Bend, IN) NASCAR driver David Stremme hosted a Short Track Roundtable at the Double Tree Inn in downtown South Bend, Indiana where several race track owners and employees gathered to discuss ideas on how to improve racing shows and fan attendance.
Plymouth Speedway was represented as well as Kalamazoo, Anderson, Fort Wayne and South Bend Speedway, plus representatives of other racing entities. The length of a regular night’s show, the product (racing), the networking of drivers and track personnel and fan involvement were discussed.
Driver interaction and ways to cater to the fans were also highlighted. All of the participating track attendees agreed that these suggestions will be taken back to the track employees and volunteers and incorporated in some fashion.
Track workers, drivers and team regularly work hard to entertain and to spark interest in fans of all ages. On the other side of the flag, why should someone attend a short track race? David Stremme said there’s no other experience like it. “Go for excitement,” Stremme explained. “If you want to see a great show, there’s no other place you can get as close to the action. See it and take it in! TV doesn’t do justice for what kind of energy is at a local short track. It’s amazing what you see people do with equipment.”
Don’t miss what a local short track has in store for fans this upcoming season! A passion for racing may develop.
 
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