LANCASTER TOASTS 2018 SEASON CHAMPIONS AT ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUETS

LANCASTER TOASTS 2018 SEASON CHAMPIONS AT ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUETS

LANCASTER, N.Y. (November 11, 2018) – Lancaster National Speedway & Dragway saluted its top performers of the 2018 season this past weekend with the annual awards banquets for the Franco’s Pizza IHRA Drag Racing program and the X-Press Signs Stock Car Series.

The celebration of the Dragway season was held on Friday night at the Variety Club Banquet Hall in Lancaster. Dale Eckert of South Wales, N.Y. was crowned champ in Top ET for the second-straight year. Eckert now has 12 track championships over the last 13 seasons. In McGard Mod ET, Jeff Kerl of Cheektowaga, N.Y. claimed fourth career class championship, and first since 2009. Mike Peters of Angola, N.Y. took top honors in Hebeler’s Sales Bikes & Sleds for the third year in a row. Mason Fix of Amherst, N.Y., was honored as Tread City Tire Street ET champion as he also was a “three-peat” champion.

Drag Champs: Mike Peters, Mason Fix & Jeff Kerl

The Sportsman of the Year award went to competitor Dave Texido for his efforts behind the scenes at Lancaster Dragway. The second annual Libby Gayman Award went to Ann-Marie Nugent in honor of her support of Team Lancaster at the IHRA Summit Team Finals.

As an added bonus to what was already a special evening, the 2018 class of the Lancaster National Dragway Wall of Fame were also inducted. Inductees included former track champion and IHRA National Event winner Mike Swinarski, racer and major supporter of Sunday Nostalgia Weekend Dick Collins and former racer and accomplished chassis builder John Torrelli. Former track employee Mac Myers was inducted posthumously, his son and current LNS&D Director of Safety Mike Myers accepted on his behalf.

The Speedway banquet was held the following night at the Buffalo Pizza & Tap Room. Leading the list of 2018 track champions was Owen Bednasz of Lakeview, N.Y. who claimed his first career VP Racing Fuels Sportsman title. Bednasz’s championship season was highlighted by his feature win on July 14 and top ten finishes in all nine regular season Sportsman races.

Andy Cryan of Buffalo was the 2018 Advance Auto Parts Street Stock champion thanks to a nine-win season in the division. Cryan paid tribute to the late John Julicher, Sr. in his acceptance speech for the support and mentoring he gave Cryan during the final years of his life.

Dan Dressel of Amherst, N.Y. clinched the 2018 Roaming Buffalo 4-Cylinder championship with four wins this past season. He recorded top ten finishes in all 14 4-Cylinder features in 2018.

Street Stock driver Mike Dalfonso received the 2018 Alex Friesen Spirit of Racing Award. Dalfonso continues to improve in the competitive Street Stock division, but is also willing to lend a hand to his fellow competitors when needed. Lancaster National Speedway lead tech inspector Dave Johnson was honored with the Tommy Druar Contribution to Racing Award. In his three years on the job, Johnson has tirelessly sought to improve the tech inspection process, worked on rules changes and used his own money to acquire new tech tools for his staff.

Both programs had their largest banquet gatherings in several years with over 150 guests at each event. Following the Stock Car banquet on Saturday, Program Director Todd Hannon assured those in attendance that racing will continue at Lancaster in 2019.

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DETAILS SET FOR DRAGWAY & SPEEDWAY AWARDS BANQUETS

DETAILS SET FOR DRAGWAY & SPEEDWAY AWARDS BANQUETS

LANCASTER, N.Y. (October 19, 2018) – It’s that time of year when Lancaster National Speedway & Dragway racers put away the fire suits and helmets and get out the suits and ties or dresses for the annual Season Awards Banquets.

The Lancaster National Dragway banquet will be held Friday, November 9 at the Variety Club Banquet Hall at 6114 Broadway in Lancaster. Pre-dinner cocktails will begin at 6 p.m. followed by dinner, awards and dancing. The 2018 Franco’s Pizza IHRA Drag champions and top point finishers will be recognized, plus the 2018 class for the Lancaster National Drag Wall of Fame will be inducted. The 2018 Wall of Fame class includes John Torrelli, Mike Swinarski, Dick Collins and Mac Myers.

Tickets are $50 for adults and $20 for kids under 18. Junior Dragster points members will receive free entry. CLICK HERE for the Dragway Banquet ticket order form. All ticket orders should be sent to Sharon Hughes by November 2.

The Lancaster National Speedway awards banquet will be held the following night, Saturday, November 10, at the Buffalo Pizza & Ale House & Banquet Room at 603 Dingens St. in Buffalo. Cocktails start at 6 p.m. followed by dinner and the awards ceremony. A live DJ will provide music for dancing following the awards. Tickets are $38 for adults and $20 for kids 17 and under. Banquet tickets include admission to the live music playing at the bar next to the banquet room. Attendees can also receive 50% off rooms at the adjoining Best Western hotel. Rooms can be booked by calling the hotel at 716-240-9161.

Stock Car banquet ticket order forms can be found by CLICKING HERE. Orders must be sent to Todd Hannon by November 3.

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LANCASTER DRAGWAY CROWNS 2018 TRACK CHAMPIONS

LANCASTER DRAGWAY CROWNS 2018 TRACK CHAMPIONS

LANCASTER, N.Y. (September 29, 2018) – Lancaster National Dragway put a wrap on its 2018 Franco’s Pizza IHRA Drag Racing season on Friday night. With the end of another successful season of straight-line racing, the track champions were crowned in all four weekly classes.

Dale Eckert of South Wales, N.Y. earned his second-straight Top ET track title. Eckert now has 12 track championships over the last 13 seasons with run of 10 Mod ET championships from 2006-2016. In McGard Mod ET, Jeff Kerl of Cheektowaga, N.Y. claimed fourth career class championship, and first since 2009. Mike Peters of Angola, N.Y. took top honors in Hebeler’s Sales Bikes & Sleds for the third year in a row. Second-generation driver, Mason Fix of Amherst, N.Y., had already sewn up his third Tread City Tire Street ET championship in a row heading into the final race of the season.

It was three-way race for the Top ET championship with Jan Winkowski leading both Eckert and Mike Swinarski by 10 points at the start of the event. Winkowski was eliminated in the first round paving the way for Eckert and Swinarski to take advantage. Swinarski did not get past the second round, while Eckert made it to the semi-finals to clinch his 13th championship.

Joe Passero of Stevensville, Ontario picked up the win in Top 8 Eliminator as he beat Carl Ettipio in a battle of rear engine dragsters. It was Passero’s first visit to Lancaster since 2014. He advanced to the Top ET final with a chance to go for his second win of the night, however, a late rain shower washed out that possibility. Passero and Dave Balser were the final cars remaining in competition.

Jeff Kerl came into the final for McGard Mod with a 40-point advantage over Ryan Ricketson. Ricketson needed to go four rounds to unseat Kerl, but he lost in the third round. Kerl went four rounds to lock up the championship.

The McGard Mod final came down to Keith Banas of Tonawanda, N.Y. and Guy Menard. Banas was able to drive by Menard to pick up his second win of the 2018 season.

Mike Peters had a comfortable 50-point lead over Vig Puglia in the race for the Bikes & Sleds crown. Peters clinched the championship with a win in the first round of eliminations. Puglia, however, managed to score his fourth win of the season as defeated Lucas Salemi in the final round. Peters and Puglia finished the season tied with four wins each.

Ken Wischman of Arcade, N.Y. won the final race of the season for Tread City Tire Street ET. Wischman snapped the five-race win streak of 2018 track champion Mason Fix. Wischman beat Scott Baron in the finals for his first win of the season.

Lancaster National Dragway would like to thank its staff and all competitors for a fantastic 2018 Franco’s Pizza IHRA Drag Racing season. LND is also proud of the accomplishments by Team Lancaster at the IHRA Team Finals last weekend at Keystone Raceway Park near Pittsburgh placing second overall in the team standings.

RESULTS (Driver, hometown, vehicle, reaction time, dial-in, elapsed time and top speed)

Top 8 Eliminator

Winner: Joe Passero (Stevensville, Ontario) Rear Engine Dragster .512 4.72 4.743 seconds, 139.91 mph

Runner-up: Carl Ettipio (N. Tonawanda, N.Y.) G-Force Dragster .563 5.25 5.272 seconds, 130.02 mph

McGard Mod ET

Winner: Keith Banas (Tonawanda, N.Y.) 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle .563 6.71 6.763 seconds, 92.56 mph

Runner-up: Guy Menard (Forestville, N.Y.) 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo .623 7.04 7.063 seconds, 95.34 mph

Hebeler’s Sales Bikes & Sleds

Winner: Vic Puglia (Tonawanda, N.Y.) 2005 ZX10R .532 5.47 5.487 seconds, 122.61 mph

Runner-up: Lucas Salemi (Clarence Center, N.Y.) Arctic Cat .535 6.65 6.671 seconds, 95.99 mph

Tread City Tire Street ET

Winner: Ken Wischman (Arcade, N.Y.) 1982 Chevrolet Caprice .530 9.50 9.477 seconds, 68.73 mph

Runner-up: Scott Baron (Lackawanna, N.Y.) Subaru .570 11.84 11.732 seconds, 61.74 mph

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CLAY RICKETSON IS A DOUBLE WINNER AT LANCASTER

CLAY RICKETSON IS A DOUBLE WINNER AT LANCASTER

LANCASTER, N.Y. (September 15, 2018) – Clay Ricketson of East Aurora, N.Y. scored two class victories on Friday night at Lancaster National Dragway. Ricketson grabbed the win in McGard Mod ET and then took top honors in the special Heads-Up 7.50 Index class presented by Slim Stang Racing.

It was the next-to-last night of the season for the Franco’s Pizza Friday Night IHRA Drag Racing Program and drivers looking to go as many rounds as possible to score the maximum amount of points. Ricketson started the night second in McGard Mod ET points with teammate Dale Eckert as they trailed Jeff Kerl & Keith Banas by 50 points.

Ricketson’s final round matchup in Mod was almost a heads up race as he and his opponent Ben Haight had nearly identical dial-ins. He got a break when Haight broke out by one ten-thousandth (.0001) of a second to pick up his first win of the night.

The Heads-Up 7.50 Index class typically runs on Tuesday night, but was added to the Friday night program following the cancellation of the last Tuesday night program of the season. Ricketson met Keith Kraemer in the final, and once good fortune was on his side as Kraemer tripped the red light to hand the win to Ricketson.

Keith Cleveland of Cheektowaga, N.Y. became the 12th different winner of the year in Top ET. Cleveland held off Ken Babiak, Jr. in the finals to score the win. There has been only one repeat winner in Top this season with just one week remaining. Mike Swinarski scored his third win of the year in Top 8 Eliminator. Swinarski picked up the win after his opponent, Bill Bigham, broke out in the final round.

The TNT Super Series made their final visit of the season to Lancaster. Pat Boniferro of Niagara Falls, Ontario met veteran Mark Herbold in the finals of the 7.00 index class. Both drivers left the starting line with nearly identical reaction times, but at top end Herbold broke out by .007 seconds as Boniferro ran a 7.003 to get the win.

Mike Peters of Angola, N.Y. padded his Hebeler’s Sales Bikes & Sleds points lead with his second win in a row and fourth overall in 2018. Peters defeated Lucas Salemi for his fourth triumph of the season.

Mason Fix of Amherst, N.Y. clinched his third-straight track title in Tread City Tire Street with his fifth win of the season. Fix cemented his championship run with a four-race win streak that will continue into the final night of the season. He beat Daniel Knab in the final round to keep his unbeaten streak going.

The Franco’s Pizza Friday Night IHRA Drag Racing program is off next week as our team of 45 racers is headed to Keystone Raceway Park near Pittsburgh, PA for the IHRA Team Finals. Best of luck to Team Lancaster and Program Director Sharon Hughes as they show Division 3 no mercy at the Team Finals.

RESULTS (Driver, hometown, vehicle, reaction time, dial-in, elapsed time and top speed)

Top ET
Winner: Keith Cleveland (Cheektowaga, N.Y.) 1970 Oldsmobile .522 7.08 7.140 seconds, 93.02 mph
Runner-up: Ken Babiak, Jr. (Elma, N.Y.) 1964 Chevrolet Nova II .513 5.87 5.948 seconds, 114.25 mph

Top 8 Eliminator
Winner: Mike Swinarski (Orchard Park, N.Y.) 2002 Chevrolet Camaro .555 5.26 5.268 seconds, 131.19 mph
Runner-up: Bill Bigham (Niagara Falls, N.Y.) Altered .516 5.75 5.746 seconds, 119.33 mph

McGard Mod ET
Winner: Clay Ricketson (E. Aurora, N.Y.) 1974 Dodge Dart .514 7.31 7.337 seconds, 90.51 mph
Runner-up: Ben Haight (Rochester, N.Y.) 1986 Chevrolet Camaro .557 7.29 7.289 seconds, 94.56 mph

Hebeler’s Sales Bikes & Sleds
Winner: Mike Peters (Angola, N.Y.) 1980 Kawasaki .503 5.63 5.650 seconds, 115.60 mph
Runner-up: Lucas Salemi (Clarence Center, N.Y.) Arctic Cat .558 6.58 6.566 seconds, 100.21 mph

Tread City Tire Street ET
Winner: Mason Fix (Amherst, N.Y.) 1966 Plymouth Fury III .549 8.86 8.874 seconds, 75.26 mph
Runner-up: Dan Knab (Elma, N.Y.) 2001 Saturn .509 11.82 11.804 seconds, 58.83 mph

Slim Stang Racing 7.50 Index Class
Winner: Clay Ricketson (E. Aurora, N.Y.) 1974 Dodge Dart .520 7.321 seconds, 92.60 mph
Runner-up: Keith Kraemer (Lockport, N.Y.) 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo .467 FOUL

TNT Super Series (7.00 Index)
Winner: Pat Boniferro (Niagara Falls, Ontario) 1967 Chevrolet Corvette .527 7.005 seconds, 109.27 mph
Runner-up: Mark Herbold (Elma, N.Y.) 1996 Chevrolet Corvette .520 6.993 seconds, 113.65 mph

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GRAINY TAKES SUPERCHARGED BOUNTY HUNTER WIN

GRAINY TAKES SUPERCHARGED BOUNTY HUNTER WIN

LANCASTER, N.Y. (September 4, 2018) – Jack Grainy of Basom, N.Y. won the Supercharged Bounty Hunters event on Friday night at Lancaster National Dragway. Grainy defeated Dave Texido in the Supercharged Bounty Hunter final.

In additional Franco’s Pizza Friday Night IHRA Drag Racing action, John Pfuntner of Portageville, N.Y. won the Buffalo Street Outlaws X235 class in the second race year of the for BSO’s newest class of competition. Pfuntner narrowly beat Jason Bezinque for the X235 win.

The Top 8 Eliminator final was a battle between two guys named Mike driving Camaros. Mike Nowak of Lancaster in his ’67 Camaro beat the 2002 Camaro of Mike Swinarski. The win was Nowak’s fourth of the year in Top 8.

Ron Wentland of Buffalo earned his first of the season in Top ET. Wentland beat Dave Balser in the Top final. In McGard Mod, Jeff Kerl of Cheektowaga, N.Y. scored his second-straight class win and third of 2018. Kerl topped 11-time track champion Dale Eckert in the finals after a breakout by Eckert.

Mike Peters of Angola, N.Y. picked up his third win of 2018 in Hebeler’s Sales Bikes & Sleds. Peters beat Ken Babiak after Babiak broke out by nine ten-thousandths (.0009) of a second.

The Tread City Tire Street final was a rematch of last week’s special Pickup Truck class final as Mason Fix of Amherst, N.Y. beat Meg Grzekiewicz. The only difference from last week was Fix was piloting his 1966 Plymouth Fury III instead of a truck. Fix is on a three-race winning streak and has four Street wins overall this year.

This Friday night is jam packed at Lancaster with the Buffalo Street Outlaws plus the inaugural Steve Skrobacz Memorial Race for Bikes & Sleds and a $1,000-to-win special for Street sponsored by Tread City Tire and Mallare Enterprises. Time trials start at 5 p.m.

RESULTS (Driver, hometown, vehicle, reaction time, dial-in, elapsed time and top speed)

Supercharged Bounty Hunters

Winner: Jack Grainy (Basom, N.Y.) 1968 Chevrolet Camaro .444 4.4174 seconds, 181.49 mph
Runner-up: Dave Texido (Grand Island, N.Y.) 1969 Pontiac Firebird .413 4.788 seconds, 103.97 mph

Buffalo Street Outlaws X235

Winner: John Pfuntner (Portageville, N.Y.) .416 5.674 seconds, 125.80 mph
Runner-up: Jason Bezinque (Amherst, N.Y.) .489 5.688 seconds, 131.61 mph

Top 8 Eliminator

Winner: Mike Nowak (Lancaster, N.Y.) 1967 Chevrolet Camaro .506 4.98 5.069 seconds, 126.71 mph
Runner-up: Mike Swinarski (Orchard Park, N.Y.) 2002 Chevrolet Camaro .511 5.400 seconds, 130.73 mph

Top ET

Winner: Ron Wentland (Buffalo, N.Y.) 1975 Chevrolet Monza .511 6.24 6.246 seconds, 120.66 mph
Runner-up: Dave Balser (Akron, N.Y.) .578 5.64 5.641 seconds, 121.69 mph

McGard Mod ET

Winner: Jeff Kerl (Cheektowaga, N.Y.) 1968 Chevrolet Camaro .523 6.46 6.462 seconds. 103.00 mph
Runner-up: Dale Eckert (S. Wales, N.Y.) 1969 Chevrolet Camaro .569 7.12 7.115 seconds, 93.76 mph

Hebeler’s Sales Bikes & Sleds

Winner: Mike Peters (Angola, N.Y.) 1980 Kawasaki 1200 .527 5.58 5.627 seconds, 120.32 mph
Runner-up: Kan Babiak, Sr. (Elma, N.Y.) 1976 KZ1000 .569 5.53 5.529 seconds, 121.94 mph

Tread City Tire Street ET

Winner: Mason Fix (Amherst, N.Y.) 1966 Plymouth Fury III .547 8.79 8.780 seconds, 74.25 mph
Runner-up: Meg Grzekiewicz (Belfast, N.Y.) 1984 GMC .547 10.74 10.723 seconds, 63.03 mph

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MASON FIX TAKES TWO WINS ON BIG RIG NIGHT

MASON FIX TAKES TWO WINS ON BIG RIG NIGHT

LANCASTER, N.Y. (August 25, 2018) – Lancaster National Dragway hosted its popular Big Rig Night on Friday. Over 45 semi trucks, dump trucks and pick-up trucks were part of the 200 vehicles in competition for the Franco’s Pizza IHRA Drag Racing program.

Mason Fix of Amherst, N.Y. scored victories in both Tread City Street and the special Pick-Up Truck class sponsored by Halleen’s Automotive. Fix beat Scott Baron for his third win of the year in Street, and then defeated Meg Grzekiewicz in the Pick-Up Truck final for his second win of the evening. Fix had a chance to go for a hat trick in McGard Mod, but lost in the semifinals.

In Top 8 Eliminator, Wayne Cleveland of Williamsville, N.Y. went to victory lane for the second time in 2018. Cleveland got the win after Bill Bigham triggered the red light in the finals. Fran Pepi of Lancaster got his first win of the season Top ET. Pepi edged Tony Galuzzi in his final run of the night to pick up the win.

Jeff Kerl of Cheektowaga, N.Y. got his second McGard Mod ET win of the season. Kerl started the night tied for the class points lead as he and teammate Keith Banas are in a tight three-way battle for the championship. He took down Ray Thurston IV in the Mod final for the victory.

Mike Nearhoof of Youngstown, N.Y. continued the trend of two-time winners as he earned win #2 in Hebeler’s Sales Bikes & Sleds. Nearhoof won despite having to wait four seconds at the starting line after his opponent, Gerry Vaughan, left the line due to the differences in their dial-ins.

Sean Lindsley of Amherst won the Semi Truck class after finishing runner-up in 2017. Kevin Tarbox of Gasport, N.Y. was the Dump Truck winner as part of the Big Rig Night festivities.

There are two big IHRA Drag Racing events on tap this coming week at Lancaster. Tuesday night is the 29th annual Ironman Race of Champions, which open to former track champions and former race winners from the past year. Both the Box and No-Box winners will earn an IHRA Ironman trophy. Friday night the Supercharged Bounty Hunters help kick off the holiday weekend along with a full card of racing.

RESULTS (Driver, hometown, vehicle, reaction time, dial-in, elapsed time and top speed)

Top 8 Eliminator

Winner: Wayne Cleveland (Williamsville, N.Y.) 1923 Ford T-Bucket .517 6.14 6.135 seconds, 116.87 mph

Runner-up: Bill Bigham (Niagara Falls, N.Y.) Altered .488 FOUL

Top ET

Winner: Fran Pepi (Lancaster, N.Y.) 1968 Oldsmobile .514 6.68 6.682 seconds, 101.97 mph

Runner-up: Tony Galuzzi (Orchard Park, N.Y.) 1978 Chevrolet Camaro .504 6.99 7.019 seconds, 100.44 mph

McGard Mod ET

Winner: Jeff Kerl (Cheektowaga, N.Y.) 1968 Chevrolet Camaro .532 6.44 6.456 seconds, 106.18 mph

Runner-up: Ray Thurston IV (Middleport, N.Y.) 1966 Plymouth .508 6.97 6.959 seconds, 96.98 mph

Hebeler’s Sales Bikes & Sleds

Winner: Mike Nearhoof (Youngstown, N.Y.) 2006 Kawasaki .539 5.43 5.445 seconds, 113.96 mph

Runner-up: Gerry Vaughan (Cheektowaga, N.Y.) 1981 Yamaha .595 9.35 9.371 seconds, 75.50 mph

Tread City Tire Street ET

Winner: Mason Fix (Amherst, N.Y.) 1966 Plymouth Fury III .547 8.67 8.647 seconds, 76.65 mph

Runner-up: Scott Baron (Lackawanna, N.Y.) .578 11.72 11.670 seconds, 61.45 mph

Halleen’s Automotive Pick-Up Trucks

Winner: Mason Fix (Amherst, N.Y.) 1985 Chevrolet S-10 .561 8.84 8.799 seconds, 73.51 mph

Runner-up: Meg Grzekiewicz (Colden, N.Y.) 1984 GMC .504 10.68 10.637 seconds, 63.74 mph

Semi Trucks

Winner: Sean Lindsley (Amherst, N.Y.) 1.035 15.20 15.610 seconds, 46.82 mph

Runner-up: Joe Hanuz (Cattaragus, N.Y.) 1.750 15.30 15.968 seconds 47.66 mph

Dump Trucks

Winner: Kevin Tarbox (Gasport, N.Y.) .687 17.00 17.017 seconds, 44.52 mph

Runner-up: Greg Lloyd (Niagara Falls, N.Y.) .876 15.50 15.584 seconds, 46.77 mph

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