The attached photo shows Patrick Woods at speed in the Heath Farms Thunder and Lighting division at Shady Bowl Speedway. Woods will compete in a 50 lap feature paying $1000.00 to win Saturday, July 6.
DeGraff OH (7/3): Shady Bowl Speedway will welcome all drivers that hold a current CDL license. CDL holders will be admitted to the grandstand for ½ price. Mars Trucking willl sponsor the event. The Dave Nagel Excavating Late Models, the Amsoil Street Stocks and the Noble Armor Coating Mini Stocks will hit the pavement.
The Heath and Sons Farms Thunder and Lightning cars will compete in a 50 lap feature. This is the first of three races for the series. All three races will pay $1000 to the winner . There will be an overall champion crowned after the last race. The final two races are August 3rd and September 7th.Racing will start at 7.
Last Saturday racing ended in contraversy. The Wootens Automotive Modifieds feature saw two fail post race inspection. Bill Burba and Jerry Stapleton failed post race inspections leading to them being disqualified. Burba was the winner when the race was over looking to have his third straight win. However the inspection took the win away.
Greg Stapleton was declared the winner. The track announced a new race for late in the season. The “36 Hours of Shady Bowl”. It will be a 36 HOUR race starting November 1st and ending November 3rd. Rules are on the Facebook Shady Bowl page. In 2019,
Shady Bowl Speedway is offering nearly $150,000 in Contingency Connection Racer Rewards. Go to contingencyconnection.com to see a complete listing of nearly 100 sponsors posting awards for you this season.