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Chad McGlynn Wins First Sportsman Series Race

Chad McGlynn Wins First Sportsman Series Race

(Stittsville, ON) – The 2014 Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series Presented by Meineke toured to Capital City Speedway Saturday for the first event at the Ottawa-area 3/8th-mile track for the first time since 2009, and race number three of the eighth race championship season. The 100-lap feature saw local driver Dave Connelly (#82) of Arnprior, enter his home track event as the point leader, with sophomore surprise Kevin Allen (#54) of Drumbo, second, just four points back, and another driver who cut his teeth at Capital City, Doug Cathcart (#48) of Ottawa, third, just 12 markers out of the lead.

Local driver Todd Musker (#13) of Carlton Place, was the first driver to hit the track for JWO Racing qualifying, and he broke the track record, held by Steve Robblee, before Chad McGlynn (#18) of Kitchener, went a little bit quicker to shoot to the top of the chart. Halfway through the session, Jake ‘Juicebox’ Ott (#60) of Ayr, went extremely low with a lap of 18.995 seconds to take the top spot, but it was Shawn McGlynn (#81) of Kitchener, who stole the show late in the session, ripping off a lap of 18.785 seconds to claim the fast qualifying award. Ott finished second, with Connelly clocking in third, while Allen timed in fourth. Chad McGlynn held on for fifth position, and a chance to draw for the pole in the Lucas Oil ‘Fast Five’ draw, while 10 drivers broke the previous track record.

After getting paired up with a kid for the ‘Fast Five’ draw, Ott drew the pole, with Chad McGlynn on the outside of the front row. Allen and Connelly would roll from the second row, and Shawn McGlynn from fifth, alongside Josh Wood (#66) of London.

The day would start miserably for Connelly, one of the pre-race favorites, as he broke a tie rod on the first lap, and headed to the pit area for repairs Ott would lead the first two laps, but not by much as he and McGlynn ran side-by-side until Chad was finally able to creep to the front on lap three. Shawn McGlynn was on a charge, taking third on lap 15, and then gaining second on a lap 23 restart before he started to challenge his brother for the point.

On lap 27 Shawn was able to get past but just three laps later Chad came storming by again to retake the lead.

Chad paced the way through the middle sections of the race with his brother in tow, while Ott ran third, with Allen all over him, trying to find a way past. Shawn was able to seize the lead again from Chad on a lap 69 restart, but Chad appeared to have the upper hand on this day as he pushed the nose of his Fusion out front again a lap later.

A lap 78 restart would see business pick up, as Shawn was on the attack again for the lead, but this time, contact between him and his brother broke a tie rod on his Mustang, and he got loose coming out of turn two, slowing with the whole field behind him. Ott was directly back of McGlynn and didn’t have time to lift as he shoved Shawn into the infield. Shawn McGlynn would pit and lose a number of laps.

The Allen and Ott showdown for second would continue until eight laps to go when Allen took the silver medal position, and took off in search of McGlynn, but even though he was able to take a large chunk out of the gap, he ran out of laps, finishing second, while Chad McGlynn captured his first career Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup presented by Meineke feature win.

Chad spoke about his trip to victory lane, “It’s starting to sink in now. We won a weekly feature at Delaware in one of these cars in 1999 or 2000, but haven’t been able to win on the tour. Our car was good in practice, but not that good. We made some changes to find some speed, and it just hooked up. I was able to get Ott on the outside for the lead the first time early, and that’s kind of when I realized we had a good car. Then about 20 laps in, it was almost too easy, our car was just pulling so well off the corners, and I was just waiting to see what would happen to us next. The car just kept running.”

On the final restart, Ott and Allen were side-by-side, allowing McGlynn to creep out to a solid lead before that pair got single file. Chad said, “I didn’t even know what was happening behind me. I was just looking out the front and trying to hit my marks. I knew someone was coming late in the race for sure, but I was only looking forward. I think I only really made two mistakes today getting in the corners, and sliding it, but the car was good enough that it didn’t matter.”

Chad continued, “This will give our team a lot of confidence for sure. I just can’t say enough about my dad and all the work he does on this car, as well as the guys that come and help us out. My brother helps me out so much as well, and it was awesome to race with him for the lead. That’s about the only thing that could’ve made this day better is if we had finished one-two. I’ve also never raced here before, and while it was a long haul to get here, it’s a challenging track, and a lot of fun to race on.”

Allen came up just short in his attempt to reel in McGlynn at the end of the race, but the second year pilot used his third podium finish of the season to move to the top of the standings with a commanding nine-point cushion over Connelly. “It was another good finish for us, and I just needed to get past Jake Ott quicker than I did, and we could’ve had a shot at Chad for the win. We had one of the quickest cars, and we enjoyed coming here for the first time. I think we were able to get our car pretty quick for never seeing this place before.”

As far as being the point leader, “If you had told me in May we would’ve been leading the points after three races I would’ve told you that you were nuts. I knew we had improved the car over the winter, but wasn’t expecting this kind of start. I think the keys have been that we’ve been fast, and that I’ve been able to have patience. Today I think I had too much patience, and it might have cost us the win, but we’ll take another second-place finish.”

Ott held on to third to move himself up to third in the championship standings, tied with Cathcart, 14 points back of Allen. He spoke about his maiden voyage at Capital City Speedway, “I think it was a good race for us, a good race for the series, and I hope the fans got their monies worth. We’re happy with third after never being here before, and we gained some points back on everyone but Allen. We just missed the pole again, and Shawn was able to get it, but we were one and two again. We had some old tires on the car today and we could’ve really used some new ones. Our fronts have over 300 laps on them now, but we’ll get some new tires and be ready for round four at Flamboro.”

Musker, one of the local heroes started ninth and was able to pick his way through the field in the 100-lap affair to record a solid fourth-place finish, while Cathcart recorded his third top-five finish of the season to remain in a tie for third in the championship standings.

The field is so tight in the championship standings that fifth through 12th are separated by a mere seven points.

Final Results – 1. Chad McGlynn, 2. Allen, 3. Ott, 4. Musker, 5. Cathcart.

Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup presented by Meineke – Championship Points Standings (after 3 of 8 events) – 1. Allen (292 points), 2. Connelly (283), 3. (tie) Ott, Cathcart (278), 5. (tie) Chad McGlynn, Mike Nelson.

JWO Racing Qualifying points – 1. Ott (29 points), 2. Shawn McGlynn (28), 3. Allen (21), 4. Josh Wood (17), 5. Connelly (16).

Other Race Award Winners
Champion Brands Hard Charger – #85 Mike Nelson
London Drive Systems voucher winner – #6 Jeremy Coulter
Performance Fiberglass voucher winners – #48 D. Cathcart & # 13 Todd Musker
McColl Racing Ent. voucher winner – #8 Adam Martin

Following back to back weekends of action the series will get a break until July 19th when the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup presented by Meineke hits the track again for event number four of the season at Flamboro Speedway on Saturday July 19th. During the last visit to Flamboro on June 28th, Dave Connelly returned to victory lane for the first time since 2010, with Kevin Allen second, and Shawn McGlynn third.

For more information on the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series, Lucas Oil, Meineke, Flamboro Speedway, or Capital City Speedway, please visit www.lucasoilsportsmancup.com,
www.lucasoil.ca, www.meineke.ca, www.flamborospeedway.net, www.capitalcityspeedway.com, or contact Series Director Dave Alexander at dalexand@sympatico.ca.

Release and Photos by Jamie and Jordan Maudsley and www.maudsleymotorsports.com.

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1st Annual “CCS Summer Sizzler” To Be Run On July 5th

1st Annual “CCS Summer Sizzler” To Be Run On July 5th

By Todd Gow – Capital City Speedway is pleased to announce that July 5th will be one of the best shows to hit CCS in a long time. It will be a triple bill of sorts with the OSCAAR Modifieds making their first appearance at CCS. Capital City used to run the Modifieds years ago, and if you saw them run back then, you know how exciting this show is going to be.

We will also have the Lucas Oil Sportsman Series coming to run a 100 Lap race. This will be the first time they have been here since 2009. We will see some of our local sportsman guys racing in this series and we hope to confirm the names for you over the next couple of weeks.

revstarThird on the bill is the Revstar SRT Series. This is a touring series out of Quebec and they can be compared to a mini Sprint car. They run a 2.4L Mopar engine and look like they will put on a great show.

To fill the bill out on this show we will have a 100 Lap Enduro to close out what will be an excellent show. The support the Enduro drivers have shown us over the last couple of years has enabled us to include them in a few more shows this year. Enduro drivers have asked for more dates and what better way than to include them in one of our biggest shows ever.

This will be an afternoon show with ongoing discussions as to the start time. When we have that set in stone we will post the start time and more information as it becomes available. Just make sure you mark your calender now for July 5th and we will see you at the races. One of the reasons we have decided to put on a couple of big shows this year has been the tremendous fan support we have received over the last couple of years. We hope this trend will continue this year and from all of us here at CCS we would like to Thank You for your continuing support of our facility.

Lucas Oil

Please note the Title Rights for this race are available for purchase, so if you want to become an advertiser with us in 2014, why not start with one of the biggest shows of the year. For further information please call Todd Gow at 613-723-7223.

Did I mention that this will be one of the biggest shows of the year. We are working on another one now that will be a “Monster of a Show” hopefully sometime in August. Stay Tuned for future developments on that show.

For more information on Capital City Speedway visit www.capitalcityspeedway.ca.

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Capital City Speedway Listens to Driver Feedback and Increases Purse For Upcoming Dirt Style Sportsman Events

Capital City Speedway Listens to Driver Feedback and Increases Purse For Upcoming Dirt Style Sportsman Events

By Craig Revelle – Finish Line Web Design - June 18, 2013

Track officials at Capital City Speedway in Stittsville, Ontario are about to roll out the welcome matt as they open their doors for the traditional dirt style Sportsman cars to come on out and have some fun on the 3/8th mile paved speedway located just off of Highway 7 just west of Ottawa. The Sportsman division has been booked in for four dates in the 2013 season, and with a strong turnout this year, more dates could be added for 2014.

The four dates for 2013 will all an addition to their already stellar Wednesday night lineup. The first race will take place on June 26th, July 24th, July 31st and the final race will take place on August 28th. Each Sportsman team will receive a free pit pass for the driver and two crewmembers (valued at $60). After first issuing this release last week, Capital City Speedway officials have decided to raise the purse to $300 to win, and will also pay back to the eighth place finisher. Second place will receive $200, third place will go home with $150, fourth place and fifth place will leave with $100. Sixth, Seventh and Eighth place finishers will receive amounts of $75, $50 and $25 respectively.

Standard Dirt Sportsman rules from area tracks will apply. Tires should be a hard compound dirt tire, but we will open it up to allow drivers to run old dirt track racing tires they may want to get rid of. We will revisit the rules package if we can get enough interest and cars for next year.

The idea for the Sportsman events at Capital City came through Joey Evans, a Sportsman driver from the Ottawa area. Joey approached Todd Gow with the idea, and soon the dates were finalized. Finish Line Web Design has also come aboard to help promote the four race event, and to help draw more attention to Capital City Speedway from area Sportsman competitors.

For more information on this Sportsman invasion of Capital City Speedway, please contact track promoter Todd Gow at the track at 613-723-7223 or email him at todd@gowproperties.ca. For more info on Capital City Speedway including schedule and general information and directions, please visit their website, www.capitalcityspeedway.ca.

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Capital City Speedway Welcomes Dirt Style Sportsman Modifieds With Four Events Scheduled In 2013

Capital City Speedway Welcomes Dirt Style Sportsman Modifieds With Four Events Scheduled In 2013

By Craig Revelle – Finish Line Web Design – June 12, 2013

Track officials at Capital City Speedway in Stittsville, Ontario are about to roll out the welcome mat as they open their doors for the traditional dirt style Sportsman cars to come on out and have some fun on the 3/8th mile paved speedway located just off of Highway 7 just west of Ottawa. The Sportsman division has been booked in for four dates in the 2013 season, and with a strong turnout this year, more dates could be added for 2014.

The four dates for 2013 will all an addition to their already stellar Wednesday night lineup. The first race will take place on June 26th, July 24th, July 31stand the final race will take place on August 28th. Each Sportsman team will receive a free pit pass for the driver and two crew members. During these first four events, the winner will receive $100. If we can get the car counts from the local Sportsman competitors, we can build on this and offer a substantially higher purse for 2014.

The idea for the Sportsman events at Capital City came through Joey Evans, a Sportsman driver from the Ottawa area. Joey approached Todd Gow with the idea, and soon the dates were finalized. Finish Line Web Design has also come aboard to help promote the four race event, and to help draw more attention to Capital City Speedway from area Sportsman competitors.

For more information on this Sportsman invasion of Capital City Speedway, please contact track promoter Todd Gow at the track at 613-723-7223 or email him at todd@gowproperties.ca. For more info on Capital City Speedway including schedule and general information and directions, please visit their website, www.capitalcityspeedway.ca.

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Holtom, Musker, Ziernen, Baker & Scott Win At Capital City

Holtom, Musker, Ziernen, Baker & Scott Win At Capital City

By OntarioOval.com with photos by Thompson Photography – For the second week in a row the weather was clear for Capital City Speedway’s racers and fans. Round two of the season took place and when the night was done there was only one repeat winner standing in victory lane.

In the Drummond’s Gas Late Models it was Justin Holtom driving to the win in his #17 Chevrolet.

It was a good night for the 53 Colours Thunder Car point leader, Todd Musker, as he piloted his #13 to victory in the feature.

The Richmond Motorsports Legends finally completed their first feature of 2013 and when it was finished Chris Ziernen was victorious.

Kyle Baker made his first trip of the season to the Stittsville Trailers Mini Stock winners circle while Brendan Scott was the only repeat winner claiming the SFL Metals Four for Fun checkers.

Next Wednesday night, June 19th, Sport Systems Canada presents a full card of Late Models, Thunder Cars, Legends, Mini Stocks and Four for Fun along with a visit from the Vintage Modifieds. Race time is 7:15pm. For more information as well as complete results and point standings visit www.capitalcityspeedway.ca.

Photos by Thompson Photography

 

 

 

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Steve Munro Wins On Opening Night At Capital City Speedway

Steve Munro Wins On Opening Night At Capital City Speedway

By OntarioOval.com – After two weeks of trying Capital City Speedway near Ottawa, Ontario opened its gates to spectators and competitors. Having been rained out in the month of May the long awaited season opener took place on Wednesday, June 5th. Gow Properties presented the event which featured a full card of racing plus Vintage Modifieds and Karts.

In the Drummond’s Gas Late Models it was the 2012 division standings runner-up Steve Munro grabbing the the feature win.

Greg Ogilvie, who also finished 2012 in second place in points, drove to victory lane in the 53 Colours Thunder Car division.

The Stittsville Trailers Mini Stock winner was Darryl Gow, while Brendan Scott picked up the win in the SFL Metal Works Four for Fun feature.

The Perkins Lumber Vintage Modifieds and Dinardo’s Karts were also on the racing card. Pete Stapper won the Vintage Feature and Bill Hawes was victorious in the Kart division.

Unfortunately, the Richmond Motorsports Legends class was not able to run its feature due to an 11pm track curfew.

Make sure to visit Capital City Speedway next Wednesday night, June 12th, as a full card of Late Models, Thunder Cars, Legends, Mini Stocks and Four for Fun’s take to the track. A 100 lap Enduro will also be a part of the program. Gates open at 5:30pm and racing starts at 7:15pm.

For more information visit www.capitalcityspeedway.ca.

Special thanks for Thompson Photography for the victory lane photos.

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NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Stars Invade The Capital

NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Stars Invade The Capital

By OntarioOval.com with files and photos from Rick Young / www.RickAtTheRaces.com – Capital City Speedway had a pair of special guests on Wednesday, August 15th as NASCAR Canadian Tire Series drivers DJ Kennington and Kerry Micks made a visit to the Ottawa area oval. Kennington, the current series points leader along with Micks stopped to take part in fan appreciation night as the two travel to Montreal for the weekends events. The #02 team put on a pit stop demonstration on the front stretch and the drivers signed autographs for the fans. Both competed in the Late Model division with Kennington wheeling the Kenny Baird’s #2 and Micks driving Rick Rump’s #88.

In the Drummond’s Gas Late Model feature it would be hometown regular Sean Kennedy taking the win aboard his #14 Chevrolet Impala. Kennedy managed to gain ground on point leader Steve Munro who held a 22 point lead going into the night.

Greg Ogilvie in the #7 Chevy captured yet another win in the 53 Colours Thunder Car class and inched closer to point leader Todd Musker.

The most dominant driver at Capital City Speedway, Kevin Foisy, claimed the win in the Lentech Powersports Legends and extended his point lead over Brian Saunders.

In the Stittsville Trailers Mini Stocks it was Casey Cavanaugh taking the win while point leader Jason Moss took the checkers in the SFL Metals Four For Fun feature.

Also on hand Wednesday night were the Eastern Ontario Vintage Modifieds. Driving to victory lane was Steve Lackie in the #b22.

Capital City Speedway gets back to racing action on Wednesday, August 22nd as Interstate Batteries presents a regular card along with the Wicked Garage Car Show Series. Racing begins at 7pm. For complete details and for information on the upcoming Summer Slam event on Saturday, September 8th visit www.CapitalCitySpeedway.ca

Photos by Rick Young / www.RickAtTheRaces.com

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Munro, Musker, Foisy, MacDonald & Dickie Win In The Capital

Munro, Musker, Foisy, MacDonald & Dickie Win In The Capital

By OntarioOval.com with photos from Rick Young / www.RickAtTheRaces.com – Capital City Speedway kicked off the month of August with CHEO Fundraiser Night at the speedway. Dymon Self Storage was the presenting sponsor for a full card of Late Models, Thunder Cars, Legends, Mini Stocks and Four for Fun.

In the Drummond’s Gas Late Model division it was point leader Steve Munro picking up the win and stretching his point lead.

Todd Musker drove his #13 Chevrolet Camaro to victory in the 53 Colours Thunder Car class. The title chase was tightened even more as the win helped Musker pull past former leader Greg Ogilvie.

The Lentech Motorsports Legends feature was again dominated by Kevin Foisy. The win helped padded his already comfortable lead at the top of the points standings.

Chris MacDonald found his way to victory lane on Wednesday night in the Stittsville Trailers Mini Stocks while AJ Dickie picked up yet another win in the SFL Metals Four for Fun’s.

Capital City Speedway returns to action on Wednesday, August 8th when Karson Kartage presents a full card of all five regular divisions plus a 100 lap Enduro. For more information visit www.capitalcityspeedway.ca.

Photos by Rick Young / www.RickAtTheRaces.com

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Kennedy Returns To Power In The Capital

Kennedy Returns To Power In The Capital

By OntarioOval.com with photos by Rick Young – It was another hot night of action at Capital City Speedway near Ottawa, Ontario as Town & Country Chrysler hosted a regular card or racing along with a 100 lap Enduro.

In the Drummond’s Gas Late Model division it was Sean Kennedy driving his #14 Chevrolet Impala to the win. The win was Kennedy’s third in a four weeks and third on the season.

Only one driver has stood in the Lentech Powersports Legends car victory lane in the past month and a half as Kevin Foisy took home his sixth straight win.

Greg Ogilvie continued to dominate in the 53 Colours Thunder Cars as he captured his fourth win of the season. The victory was also his fourth in a row.

A new face was in winner’s circle at the end of the Stittsville Trailers Mini Stock feature as Cory Wilson claimed the win while AJ Dickie grabbed his sixth victory of the year in the SFL Metal Works Four For Fun division.

The winner of the 100 lap Enduro was not available.

Next Wednesday night, July 18th, Capital City Speedway returns with more excitement both on and off the track. It will be G.W. Drummond Memorial Night featuring all five regular divisions plus the annual Hall of Fame Induction ceremony. Race time is 7:15pm. For complete details visit www.capitalcityspeedway.ca.

Photos by Rick Young / www.RickAtTheRaces.com

 

 

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Capital City Makes Smiles; Announces New Specials Events

Capital City Makes Smiles; Announces New Specials Events

By OntarioOval.com with files and photos from Andrew Thompson – On Wednesday, July 4th Capital City Speedway near Ottawa, Ontario hosted Fan Appreciation night presented by Stittsville Trailers.

In the Drummond’s Gas Late Model division it was 2011 Champion Steve Munro picking up his 3rd feature win this season.

Also grabbing his third feature win of the year was Greg Ogilvie in the 53 Colours Thunder Cars while Kevin Foisy cashed in on his 5th feature win in a row at Capital City in the Lentech Powersports Legends.

The only first time winner on the night was Trevor Hartwick in the Stittsville Trailer Mini Stocks.

In the SFL Metal Works Four For Fun division it was AJ Dickie claiming his 5th feature win of the year.

During the intermission, as part of fan appreciation night, AD Motorsports with help from Linda Pullis of Canadian Tire on Carling Avenue gave away two bike’s and two fishing rod’s to four lucky kids.

In other news, Capital City Speedway announced that the Eastern Ontario Vintage Stock Car Club will be visiting the track for three events in 2012. Earlier this season a few drivers had came to the track to try out the track, and really enjoyed it. The three race dates will be July 25th, August 15th and September 8 during the Summer Slam event.

For more information on Capital City Speedway visit www.CapitalCitySpeedway.ca

 

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Three Drivers Order Up A Double-Double At Capital City

Three Drivers Order Up A Double-Double At Capital City

By OntarioOval.com with files and photos from Andrew Thompson – Although the skies didn’t look promising at first, racing action at Capital City Speedway took place and another great night was had by fans and competitors.

In the Drummond’s Gas Late Models it was the Sean Kennedy picking up his second win of in a row and second of the season in his #14 Chevrolet Impala.

Greg Ogilvie replicated Kennedy’s run by nabbing his second in a row and of the season in the 53 Colours Thunder Car division aboard his #7 Chevy.

The third driver on the night to do the double-double was Kevin Foisy who won the Lentech Motorsports Legends feature in car #57.

Defending Stittsville Trailers Mini Stock champion Kyle Baker drove home the feature winner while another #82, AJ Dickie captured the SFL Metal Works Four for Fun victory.

Fans were also treated to a 100 lap Enduro and when the checkered flag fell it was a familiar face standing in victory lane as Todd Musker took the win.

Racing resumes next Wednesday, June 20th in the Nation’s Capital with a full card of weekly divisions in competition. For more information visit www.capitalcityspeedway.ca.

Photos by Rudy Thompson Photography

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Munro Picks Up Week Two Win At Capital City Speedway

Munro Picks Up Week Two Win At Capital City Speedway

By OntarioOval.com (pictures courtesy www.RickAtTheRaces.com) – Capital City Speedway near Ottawa, Ontario completed its second night of the 2012 season on Wednesday, May 30th.

In the Drummond’s Gas Late Models point leader #00 Steve Munro drove to victory lane while the #7 of Greg Ogilvie took the 53 Colours Thunder Cars win. #57 Kevin Foisy captured his first win of the Capital City season in the Lentech Legends division. In the Stittsville Trailers Mini Stocks it was Kyle Baker taking the victory in the #82. The names of the Four For Fun & Dinardo’s Kart feature winners were not made available.

For complete details stay tuned to www.capitalcityspeedway.ca.

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Capital City Speedway Set To Open Season Wednesday

Capital City Speedway Set To Open Season Wednesday

By Todd Gow – It looks like Mother Nature has given us a great day for our 2012 Season Opener, and what a night it will be. Rogers TV will be there filming the first of four races, The Dawg Mascot will be there, Thunder Cat is in the house tonight as well. We have a 100 lap Enduro to cap off the night along with a few fireworks. Tonight we will see the new 2012 Thunder car bodies on some of the cars, a packed Legends field, and plenty of racing action all night long.

Come and meet our 2011 Champions at the front gate between 6:30 and 7:00. Up front will be Dave Stinson in his new 2011 Chev Camaro body, and with his new sponsor for 2012 101.9 The Dawg FM. Local Late Model driver, Steve Munro, Kyle Baker from Mini Stock, Matt Haufe from Legends and Brooke Cordick from Four for Fun.

Tonight will be a great show, one you will not want to miss. Remember racing starts at 7:15 all season long.

For more information visit www.capitalcityspeedway.ca

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Capital City Speedway Signs Four Race Deal With Rogers TV

Capital City Speedway Signs Four Race Deal With Rogers TV

From Capital City Speedway – Capital City Speedway is pleased to announce that Rogers TV and Capital City Speedway have entered into a promotional partnership agreement. Rogers TV will be coming down to the track May 23, June 27, July18 and August 15th to tape our Stock Car Show to air on Rogers TV at a later time. We will let you know when those dates and times will be.

Stay tuned for more information about the Rogers TV race car. One of our drivers has donated his car to Rogers TV to have lettered up to help make this deal happen. Stay tuned for that announcement and pictures.

In the meantime, please visit www.rogerstv.com to get the most out of your local broadcasting station.

LOCAL MATTERS PROGRAMMING

Rogers believes in Local Matters programming, television that brings communities together. Since 1969, Rogers has invested in the creation and ongoing development of Rogers TV a unique community television service available exclusively to Rogers’ cable customers, as part of the basic cable service.

Rogers TV stations produce more local TV than any broadcaster. In 2011, our stations produced 17,000 hours of informative local programming involving over 25,000 community groups, underlining our commitment to our communities and to the objectives of the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission’s policy for community-based media. Each one of our 37 Rogers TV stations operating in Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland is an active and involved member of its local city or town, providing timely and relevant programs about local matters.

Rogers TV trains thousands of volunteers, who work side by side with professional television producers to bring unique, community programming to your cable viewing choices: issues that matter, sports that count, entertainment that brightens your day and information you can rely on. Every day, Rogers’ professional staff and dedicated volunteers are on location to provide television coverage of the local sporting, cultural, political and human events that make up the very fabric of your community. Our programming celebrates your life, as you live it.

And the most effective way to bring you a true reflection of the people, places and issues that matter most to you is by involving you in the programming seen on our stations. To this end, Rogers TV invites you to submit ideas for TV shows, whether they be for a new how-to series, a talk show or coverage of an upcoming event in your neighborhood. It’s easy: simply fill out and send us a Program Proposal Form.

Rogers Communications is Canada’s largest provider of wireless voice and data communications services and one of Canada’s leading providers of cable television, high-speed Internet and telephony services. Rogers TV is only available to Rogers’ customers, including the company’s 2.3 million cable customers in Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland.

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Capital City & Kawartha Thunder Car Challenge Announced

Capital City & Kawartha Thunder Car Challenge Announced

From CapitalCitySpeedway.ca – A Thunder Car Track Challenge has been organized between Kawartha Downs Speedway and Capital City Speedway. A seperate prize payout in excess of $ 1,000.00 has been put on the table by speedway Promoters Derek Lynch and Todd Gow. The Challenge dates are August 24th at Kawartha and September 8 at CCS. Both of these events are 50 Lap Races. Points will be awarded to Thunder Cars who compete in both events, with the points winner getting an extra $ 250.00 over and above the regular race payouts.

Challenge Payouts:
$ 250.00 1st place
$ 150.00 2nd place
$ 100.00 to every competitor 

Kawartha Speedway 50 Lap Payout   
1. $ 600.00
2. $ 500.00
3. $ 400.00
4. $ 350.00
5. $ 300.00

Capital City Speedway 50 Lap Payout
1. $ 500.00
2. $ 400.00
3. $ 300.00
4. $ 250.00
5. $ 200.00

*Please see websites for full payout through the fields.

*Pre registration is required by all teams prior to August 15th.

For more information visit www.capitalcityspeedway.ca.

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