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August Racing to Heat up Plymouth Speedway
By: Anita Soltis

(Plymouth, IN) The season may be drawing to a close in August, but the next few weeks will be the height of the schedule at the Playground of Power. Jamie Lomax and Jacob Poel are sitting atop the National UMP Modified standings and they will be battling for the right to be at the top in action this Saturday at Plymouth Speedway. The pair are only separated by a few points in the standings. Jamie Lomax has won the last four races at Plymouth Speedway in the Swan Lake Resorts UMP Modifieds Division. Can Jacob Poel upset Lomax’s winning streak at Lomax’s home track and move up the national standings?

The race begins at 7:00pm ET on Saturday with the Thunder Stocks, Super Streets and Dickies Restaurant 600 Sprints also running on the fastest dirt track in Northern Indiana.
Drivers in the UMP Dirt Super Late Models are coming to Plymouth Speedway for the only time this year on Saturday, Aug. 9 and NASCAR driver Tony Stewart will be racing in the Bob Newton Hoosier Tire Classic on August 16th. Tickets for the Bob Newton Hoosier Tire Classic are now available online at www.plymouthspeedway.net. Stewart is making a comeback after suffering a serious leg injury in Sprint car last year and is looking confident to take on the field at Plymouth Speedway. Will he get back into a groove with a win at the Playground of Power?
The Season Championships are set for August 23rd. Come along for the ride!
 
Top National UMP Modified Drivers to Clash at Plymouth Speedway
(Plymouth, IN) Two drivers in a tight race in the National UMP Modified Division will go side-by-side in a battle for the points Saturday night at Plymouth Speedway. Jacob Poel currently sits just above Jamie Lomax on the national leaderboard and Poel will go up against Jamie Lomax at Lomax’s home track. Lomax is the leader in points in the Swan Lake Resorts UMP Modified Division at Plymouth Speedway and is looking to inch higher in the national standings with a win over Poel on Saturday night.
Will Poel build up his points lead in dominating fashion or will Lomax show Poel how it’s done at the Playground of Power? The answer will come at the end of the feature as they battle it out on the fastest dirt track in Northern Indiana on Saturday, Aug. 2. The drivers in the Dickies Restaurant 600 Sprints, Thunder Stocks and the Super Streets Divisions have had close finishes in the past few weeks. The drivers will be in the hunt for track position and the most points possible as the season is drawing to a close.
Bring the family for a chance to ride along in a race car on the track. Tickets will be sold for this once in a lifetime opportunity. One lucky fan will have the chance to experience what it’s like while inside a car on the race track. All of the proceeds will be given to a local charity. Family affordable concessions and a night of racing - what more could you ask for? How about this - the UMP Dirt Super Late Models are coming to Plymouth Speedway for the only time this year on Aug. 9 and NASCAR driver Tony Stewart will be racing in the Bob Newton Hoosier Tire Classic on Aug. 16. The season championships will be Aug. 23.
Gates open at 4 p.m. and racing begins at 7 p.m. ET.

Plymouth Speedway Caps Off July with Hot Racing Action
By: Andrew Hayn
This past Saturday night the Plymouth Speedway played host to another great exciting night of close racing and even closer finishes that ended the month of July on a hot note. The excitement from the heat races grew into spectacular feature racing for all four divisions at the Playground of Power.
The first feature of the evening was for the Dickie’s Restaurant 600 sprint division. The competitors took the green flag with only one thing in mind, winning. However, Billy Cribbs quickly spoiled everyone’s thoughts as he pulled out to an early advantage that would grow by race end and capture his second feature win in as many weeks. Justin Bell finished with his best of the season runner-up and the taste of success for Bell felt great to finally get the ‘monkey off of his back with all the bad luck he has had.” Brent Busz rounded out the Techworks Trailer Sales podium with his first of the season in third. Fourth went to a hard charging Garret Saunders moving up from a thirteenth starting position and Nick Yoder rounded out the top five for the second week in a row.

The UMP Modifieds sponsored by Swan Lake Resorts ran a twenty lap feature that was filled with green flag action all over the 3/8 mile, sometimes three and even four wide through the turns. Dylan Woodling led the first fifteen laps capitalizing on a great pill draw following a great heat race; however, the caution flag he was fearing fell on lap fifteen with points leader Jamie Lomax now restarting on his rear spoiler. Lomax took full advantage of the restart that allowed him to overcome Woodling and grab his fourth straight feature win at the Plymouth Speedway. Dylan Woodling finished a season best second and he said “he was glad to finish second to a top national point contender in Lomax.” Third went to another unseen face on the podium this year with Dylan Nusbaum. Fourth was taken by Kyle Yocum and Frank Marshall moved up four spots to round out the top five.

The Super Streets was another hard fought race for every position behind the leader with the drivers competing for every point. When the checkered flag fell David Short was out front just ahead of Bob McLean for his third feature win in a row. McLean held on for second while Brandon Roundtree finished a very close third. In fourth was points leader Michael Clark for another top five performance and Nathan Jordan finished in the fifth position.
The final race of the evening was for the Thunder Stocks division. Their twenty lap affair saw a close battle between the top two in points. However, John Rhodes grabbed the checkered flag just ahead of Bryce Shidler. Shidler went up in flames after crossing the stripe for second to keep the points tight. Third went to Kevin Kerlin for his second podium finish in a row. Fourth went to Randy Lambert after getting by Kyle Anderson late in the race. Anderson held on to round out the top five.
This weekend the Playground of Power will host all four divisions. The UMP Modifieds sponsored by Swan Lake Resorts. The modifieds will feature two of the top five in national points this week. Jamie Lomax the current point leader at Plymouth and third in the country’s point standings along with another top five national contender with Jacob Poel, currently second coming to the track to take on their best weekly opponents. The track will also feature the Super Streets, Factory Stocks, and the Dickie’s Restaurants 600 sprints. For more information visit the track online at www.plymouthspeedway.net.
 
Photo by Stephanie Reichelt Photography
Dickies Restaurant feature winner Billy Cribbs (center), Justin Bell (left) and Brent Busz.
Swan Lake Resorts UMP Modifieds feature winner Jamie Lomax (center), Dylan Woodling (left) and Dylan Nusbaum.
   
Super Street feature winner David Short (center), Bob McLean (left) and Brandon Roundtree.
Thunder Stocks feature winner John Rhoads (center), Bryce Shidler (left) and Kevin Kerlin.

Plymouth Speedway Notes
   
Plymouth Speedway will NOT draw the pill for you!
  "Any driver that does not complete their pill draw by the scheduled time for registration will start at the rear of a heat race. Plymouth Speedway will NOT draw the pill for you! Late arrivals will start at the rear of a heat race."
   
The 2014 Plymouth Speedway Race Schedule has been updated - 2014 Plymouth Speedway Race Schedule
   
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. - contingency programs
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Tony Stewart Returns to Plymouth Speedway August 16
By: Anita Soltis
(Plymouth, IN) NASCAR driver Tony Stewart is slowly making his comeback into dirt track racing and he’ll be showing his fans that he still has what it takes to win when he comes to Plymouth Speedway for the Bob Newton Classic next month. Stewart will race his Winged Sprint car on the fastest dirt surface in Northern Indiana on Saturday August 16.
Stewart regretfully canceled an appearance at the Playground of Power last year after he was seriously injured in a Winged Sprint car accident on Aug. 5, 2013 at Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa, Iowa. He made a promise to return to give the fans a show and he’s kept that promise.
“I am glad to be able to race in the Bob Newton Classic at Plymouth Speedway,” said Stewart. “The Playground of Power in Plymouth is one of the nicest tracks around and they made it great in just a year-and-a half of being a dirt track. Every time you go there you always see a great show and I promise this will be big!”
The Bob Newton Classic will begin at 7 p.m. ET on Saturday, Aug. 16. The event is sponsored by Sparkman Auto Sales of Warsaw. In addition to the main feature, the Swan Lake Resort UMP Modifieds, Super Streets and the Dickies Restaurant 600 Sprints will also be ready to race that night.
Get ready for a huge night of racing at Plymouth Speedway on Saturday Aug. 16.
Bob Newton Classic featuring Tony Stewart – SOD Sprints
Saturday, August 16th
 
THIS SHOW ONLY: "All Admission Pass" - $30.00
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All Admission Pass (All ages) - $30
  Note: “All Admission Pass” – Anyone Under 18 Will Require Parental Consent.
Adult General Admission - $20
6-12 Years Of Age Admission $5
5 Years Of Age And Younger FREE

Trailer up for Grabs at Plymouth Speedway
By: Anita Soltis
(Plymouth, IN) Walt Barnes from Techworks Trailer Sales, Inc. in Elkhart has graciously delivered a 24’ trailer to Plymouth Speedway to be raffled off again this season.
Barnes said this silver trailer with an overhead compartment is designed to haul a race car but it can be utilized for any need. It has a side door, LED lights and aluminum wheels.
“I’ve had a lot of fun watching the races at Plymouth Speedway - I just love racing,” said Barnes. “This is just a way to maybe help a race team or someone else with a need for this type of trailer. It’s a really nice trailer. We were able to do this last year and we were glad to see some fans and drivers come into the shop.”
Techworks Trailer Sales, Inc. has been a great partner with Plymouth Speedway, sponsoring the podium for the top three drivers in each division of racing every Saturday night.
Tickets are $5.00 each or five for $20. They can be purchased at the track at the souvenir stand, the beer stand or the registration window in the pit area.
 
About Techworks Trailer Sales, Inc.:
We have a trailer that will fit your needs. The helpful sales staff will set you up with a trailer that's everything you dreamed of and at a price that is affordable. Look around a while and see what we offer and when you decide what you want, contact us through phone or email.
 
Techworks Trailer Sales, Inc.
2500 S. Nappanee Street
Elkhart, IN 46517
(574) 294-7200
http://www.techworkstrailers.com
 

 
Plymouth Speedway Welcomes New Partner
By: Anita Soltis
Toyota of Warsaw
(Plymouth, IN) Toyota has become a mainstay in the world of racing, especially with its success in the higher levels of stock car racing.
Toyota of Warsaw recognizes the importance of helping drivers, teams and fans locally find a car that’s just right for every day needs. Owner Dave Illingsworth has announced a new partnership with Plymouth Speedway to help bridge a gap in purchasing a car and to bring racing to the fans at the Playground of Power.
Toyota of Warsaw is interested in helping all involved in the racing environment from the drivers to the fans,” said Illingworth. “We want to help the local market and be a presence in the community. We’re happy to be a partner with Plymouth Speedway to bring dirt racing to the fans and we’ll be looking to expand our partnership in the 2015 season.”

For more information on how the sales experts at Toyota of Warsaw can help you find your next vehicle, call 1-866-583-3812. A sign with more information about the business will also be visible at the track on Saturday, Aug. 2 and throughout the rest of the season.

 

 
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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 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!


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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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