By Dean Reynolds LaFARGEVILLE, NY– It’s no secret now how strong Paulie Colagiovanni has been in 2019 with the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints (ESS). Coming into the opener of the Donath MotorWorx CNY Speedweek […]
Opening night of Donath MotorWorx Central New York Speedweek came down to the final corner of the final lap. The winner wasn’t decided until the three cars vying for the win exited the fourth corner. […]
Chuck Hebing capped off a five race in eight day stretch with the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints with his second win of the week and his third of the 2012 season. The 25 lap SUNY Canton A-Main went from green to checker.
Can-Am has been the staple of Northern, NY. dirt track racing since it was built in 1974 by Leslie Brown. In 2010, Rochester businessman Tiger Chapman took over the reins as track owner with Chip Burdick still at the helm as promoter in keeping the Can-Am tradition alive. […]
Jessica Zemken came up one spot short on Friday of claiming the feature win at the Can-Am Speedway. She joked afterwards that Saturday night was the important night as there was the big money on the line and that they were ready to win that event. […]
There is something about Can-Am Motorsports Park that fits Justin Barger’s driving style. The defending Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprint champion had three consecutive wins at the big half-mile coming into Friday night’s racing action. […]
The Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints (ESS) and the Can-Am Motorsports Park are showcasing Shootout Weekend in celebration of our nation’s birthday. The Wilson family and their Riverside Bar and Grill located in Gananoque, Ontario has joined the party by sponsoring the A-Mains on the weekend where over $25,000 in cash will be handed out.. […]
After several seasons under the ownership of the Caprara Bros., Can-Am was sold to Rochester businessman, racing competitor and fan Tiger Chapman. New ideas and vigor has seen the first half of the 2010 season on the road to success. Chip Burdick stayed on as the leader of the 4/10ths mile oval and the LaFargeville facility hasn’t missed a beat.