Mar 8, 2019 11:14 AM EST
2 OPEN PRACTICE DATES SET FOR OUTLAW SPEEDWAY IN PREPARATION FOR THE 2019 SEASON
(Dundee, NY) The time is getting closer for racers to get their machinery onto the speedway in preparation for the 2019 season and the Outlaw Speedway is pleased to announce that 2 big practice dates will be made available prior to the Dutch Hoag Memorial make-up on April 13 and the Spring Nationals on April 19, 2019.
Friday, April 5 and 12 will see the track open for practice sessions for any and all competitors that will be racing at Outlaw Speedway during the 2019 season.
Outlaw Speedway Owner/Promoter, Tyler Siri is a racer himself competing in the Friendly CDJR Modified Division and he knows full well the importance of practice prior to the start of the season. “It doesn’t matter how well you prepare in the shop it is always a good thing to practice before the season begins. Not only does it give a driver an opportunity to sharpen their skills after the winter lay off, but it also allows crew members to play with different combinations and chassis set ups that they might not otherwise try on a regular night of action. In addition making several practice laps will give immediate feedback if there are any oil leaks or brake issues after reassembling the car over the winter months.”
Siri was in competition in the recently held Big Block Modified events at Volusia Speedway in Florida and seized the opportunity to shakedown a newly re-configured TEO Pro Car with a coil over rear suspension rather that his traditional rear torsion bar set up.
“With no Super Dirtcar Series points on the line we wanted to try something different from our regular set up. We found that it didn’t work for our particular application, so chalk up the trip to Florida as nothing short of a test session. The same will hold true with our two practice dates that we are offering at Outlaw Speedway. If the guys want to go wild and try some new innovation that is the time to do it.” That again according to Siri.
Grandstand admission for both practice dates is absolutely free and it gives race fans an opportunity to see firsthand the all new equipment and paint schemes. A minimal fee for pit entry will be charged to cover insurance costs for each practice night.
Pit gates will open both nights at 4:30 pm with practice set for 7:00 pm. Drivers will receive ample time throughout the night to shake down their rides in preparation for the season lid lifter on April 13 for the make-up of last year’s Dutch Hoag Memorial which fell prey to late season weather related issues.
For more information including the complete 2019 schedule of events, directions to the track, marketing partners, driver profiles contact information and much, much more just log onto www.outlawspeedwayllc.com or go to our Facebook page.