(Plymouth, IN) Theyve 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 everybodys talking
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.
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 todays
top professionals in racing. The crews build each shock specifically
to each customers specific needs. CSIs 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.
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Continues Long-Standing Partnership
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. Weve 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.
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
Speedways official Facebook page, @PlymouthSpeed on Twitter,
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UMP Modified National Race of
Champions Comes to Plymouth Speedway
By: Anita Soltis - January 23, 2014
(Plymouth, IN) It will be the the
most exciting Modifieds races this year and its 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
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 speedways
page and on Twitter. This will be the highlighted event
of the Modified season!
Fever 2014 almost here!
2013 Plymouth Speedway Champions
By: Anita Soltis - January 20,
Picture Caption: (L to R) David
Stremme, Billy Cribbs, Bryce Shidler, Bob McLean,
Frank Marshall, Garrett Saunders, Ed Kennedy. Photo by Doug
(Plymouth, Indiana) Plymouth Speedway
owner Ed Kennedy and the staff of Plymouth Speedway welcomed
the five champions and the top ten finishers in each racing
division, their families and fans at the 2013 Awards Banquet
on Saturday, January 18. The Newton Center was filled with eager
racers and employees to hear some news about the 2014 and to
be honored for their accomplishments last season. Rick Hummer
put together a stellar video presentation taking attendees through
the inaugural dirt season.
It was announced that the concessions
will be under new management and food and refreshments will
be offered at a more edible cost. Ed Kennedy also announced
that a UMP Modified Champions from around U.S. will gather at
the track in the fall to go for an overall winner with a payout
NASCAR driver David Stremme addressed
the crowd about dirt track racing and the importance of supporting
the local track. Fox28 Sports Director Dean Huppert also gave
a little background on his brief racing career and how loyal
and supportive the sport is to their own drivers and tracks.
David Short was given a special
recognition by David Stremme for being a driver who always gives
other drivers a hand and helps a lot in the pit area.
The 2014 dirt season at Plymouth
Speedway gets underway with a Cabin Fever event on Saturday,
April 19th beginning at 7:00pm ET. Well see you at the
Playground of Power in the Spring!