NEWS FROM: Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2015 fueled by Sunoco Race Fuels and Distributed by Insinger Performance Race Car and Trade Show
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MOVE IN TIME: PARTS SUPPLIERS, TRACK DISPLAYS ALL BEING SET UP FOR 30TH ANNUAL PIONEER POLE BUILDINGS 2015 RACE CAR AND TRADE SHOW

OAKS, PA - January 22, 2015 - The aisleways are humming, the loading docks are crammed, and the pace is frenetic from wall to wall inside the giant Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pa., as more than 250 racing vehicles, from drag racing cars to dirt track machines, hundreds of hard parts manufacturers, from engine builders to dzus button purveyors, and dozens of race track promoters and racing series entrepreneurs find their ways to their portion of the 250,000 square feet of show space at the 30th Anniversary Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2015 Presented by Sunoco Race Fuels Distributed by Insinger Performance Race Car and Trade Show.
“Move in has been going smoothly,” said Tim Hogue, Motorsports Show Manager. “Many of our exhibitors have been here for a number of shows, know what to expect, and it seems to flow better every year.”

PPB Motorsports 2015 offers attendees the opportunity to meet and collect autographs from national, regional and local racers along with visiting the vast numbers exhibitor displays, seeing a proverbial ‘full field’ of race cars on display, attending free seminars and get up close to vintage, historic and classic cars that are on exhibit.

Midget auto racing has enjoyed a rich history in motorsports and much of that history will be showcased with attendees at this year’s Show.
Many of the top talents from today and the past in Midget auto racing will be part of a huge autograph session that will take place from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday at the D-Hall Reunion Area. Past midget racing champions Leigh Earnshaw Jr., Bob Cicconi, Lenny Boyd, Billy Hughes, Hank Rogers Jr., and Lou Cicconi Jr. will join current standouts Steve Buckwalter, Tim Buckwalter, Drew Heistand, and Mares Stellfox.

In addition to all the attention to Midget auto racing during the three day show, attendees will have the opportunity to meet NASCAR star Joey Logano, NASCAR car owner Tom Baldwin, Steve Park and broadcaster Dick Berggren along with the flock of regional and local standouts. Many speedways and sanctioning organizations will be using the show to alert fans and racers about their plans for 2015 and all sorts of historic, classic and vintage cars will be on view including Richard Petty’s famed 1970 Plymouth Superbird, the former Ken Brenn, Sr. 1966 Gerhardt rear-engined Ford Indy car and Rollie Helmling’s USAC Midget driven by Jeff Gordon before Gordon embarked on his NASCAR career.
The show is set to open at 2 p.m. on Friday, January 23rd, at the huge Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA which offers an abundance of free parking.
For a complete three day schedule of events check in at www.aarn.com or telephone 609.888.3618.

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CONTACT: BOB MILLER 443 513 4456

PHILLIPSBURG MALL SET FOR 8TH ANNUAL IRCO DIRT TRACK HEROES SHOW DATES SET ON MARCH 1-7, 2015

BY: STEVE PADOS

Local racing fans in the Tri-State area will once again have the capacity to take a short ride and take in the sights of the new race cars being prepared for the 2015 racing season. The Phillipsburg Mall is prepped and polished to welcome in the 2015 edition of the popular eighth edition of the IRCO Dirt Track Heroes Show. The Phillipsburg Mall is located off Route 22 in Phillipsburg, New Jersey and opening day is set for Sunday, March 1st with a salute to all of the racetracks with a special emphasis on the great racing that took place at the speedways located in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, including the half mile, and both the paved and dirt versions of the larger National speedway which closed after the 2004 racing season. The show will end on March 7th.

The past, present and the future of auto racing is visited and well represented throughout the show and has always encompassed the majority of the local short track scene. The show will be open to all ages whether they are racers or fans and are more than welcome to come every day of the show as each day of the show will feature auotgraph and interview sessions with the some of the great legends of racing as well as the budding new talent which will keep racing flourishing for many years to come.

Event organizer Bob Miller remarked, “It is with great pleasure we will return once again to the Phillipsburg Mall and we are proud to host the IRCO Dirt Track Heroes Show for all of our great racing fans in the Tri-State area. It is hard to believe this is the eighth year for us doing the show but from day one we have enjoyed putting the event together and still witnessing the solid support from the drivers, owners, fans and all of the historical racing groups and current day speedways.” Miller further added, “Our staff is busy working on the schedule and and very shortly will have it posted for everyone to make plans to attend.”

The Phillipsburg, New Jersey based IRCO Community Federal Credit Union will once again add their solid support to the event. IRCO has been on board since the inception of the show and the IRCO staff will be handing out information regarding their services throughout the event. Greg Collins, the vice president at IRCO as well as the noted historian of the Harmony Speedway remarked, “I always look forward to this great event as being a boy sitting in the stands at the Harmony Speedway, I cheered for many of the driving legends who come out and support the show. For me it is like life coming full circle and adds the ultimate fond memories we will hold on to for the rest of our lives. I can’t wait for the show to begin.”

The Phillipsburg Mall will see a full display of race cars from all divisions of racing including both dirt and pavement cars as well as go karts and quarter midgets and everything in between. As racing fans we will preserve all of the memories from seeing the legends race and gaining far more knowledge when the fans have the opportunity to chat with many of the legendary drivers who will be making special appearances at the Mall during the week long event. All historical racing groups including Reading, Flemington, Harmony and Nazareth will have their memorabilia on display and their many scrapbooks open for the fans to take another long look at the glory years of racing and possibly find a picture or two they want to purchase as a keepsake from past glory or racing exploits.

The fans can visit the Dirt Track Heroes Car Show and on any given night, meet the guys and gal drivers who pilot these four-wheel high-powered race cars. Many race tracks participate in this event as a way to distribute their yearly racing schedules for the upcoming season and to meet and greet their loyal fans and hopefully win over some new fans to attend racing events at their respective facilities. The show remains free to the public as it has been since first landing at the Phillipsburg Mall eight years ago.

In previous events, cars on display included big block and small block Modifieds, Sportsman, all divisions of Micro-Sprints, ARDC Midgets, all divisions of Sprint Cars, Slingshots, Stage One Modifieds, X-Cel Modifieds, Late Models, SpeedSTRS, Go-Karts and a broad variety of vintage and restored race cars. New Egypt, Bridgeport, Hamlin, Accord, Action Track USA, Borger’s and Snydersville will again be among the many speedways involved with the 2015 edition of the show. The week-long event will set aside one evening to salute the “Stars of Tomorrow” with a special night for the budding young racing talents competing with the many quarter midget clubs in the area and this night has proven to be one of the highlights of the week as many of the youngsters will be giving their first ever interviews to a large crowd.

For the eighth consecutive year, former Gasoline Alley show hosts Ed and Steve Pados will host the nightly events and interviews along with longtime racing personality Bobby Stull and former Lake Mocatek Speedway co-announcer Justin Beltrame.

The Dirt Track Heroes Car Show will again offer a great keepsake event souvenir program book and shirt. The Phillipsburg Mall is open Sunday 11 AM to 6 PM; Monday through Saturday from 10 AM to 9 PM. For Dirt Track Heroes information, contact show organizers Bob and Donna Miller by phone at: 443 513 4456, via e-mail at: TOTH98@aol.com or at their website: www.thunderonthehillracingseries.com.

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08

ARDC Is Chili Bowl Bound!

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ARDC COMPETITORS PREPARE FOR CHILI BOWL COMPETITON

Area Will Be Well Represented in Tulsa, OK

As final preparations are completed and trailers are being loaded, all eyes turn to Tulsa, OK for what is frequently referred to as ‘the Super Bowl’ of midget racing as the 29th Annual Chili Bowl gets underway on Monday, January 12th.

The American Racing Drivers Club will be well represented in the 2015 Chili Bowl competition as fifteen drivers with ties to the organization have registered to compete in this year’s event - certainly the largest presence ARDC has ever had in Tulsa. The delegation of ARDC competitors represents a broad cross section of the organization - from rookies to seasoned veterans.

John Heydenreich who hails from Bloomsburg, PA was the winner of the 1990 Chili Bowl and is a former ARDC competitor, ranking ninth on the ARDC All Time Feature Winners List. Heydenreich last competed with ARDC during the 2013 season. While the entries have reached record levels for the 2015 event, Heydenreich maintains that the competition has always been tough in Tulsa. “It’s all about preparation and opportunity,” Heydenreich states. “You’ve got to get your elbows up and be ready to take advantage of whatever opportunities come your way.”

Collegeville, PA driver, Alex Bright knows all about those opportunities. Bright qualified for last year’s Chili Bowl by finishing 3rd in the A Main on his qualifying night while racing for his grandfather, Joe Hemler in his Lightcap Electric #77. Racing the same car that he used in ARDC competition, Bright battled with Christopher Bell and Kevin Swindell right down to the wire in last year’s event to finish fourth. This year, Bright will have a Mike Heffner owned midget at the Chili Bowl, with Sean Michael turning the wrenches. A second Heffner entry will be piloted by 8 time URC Sprint Car Champion, Curt Michael who will make his first Chili Bowl appearance.

The “Royersford Rocket”, Steve Buckwalter has raced in five Chili Bowl main events. Buckwalter’s best finish to date has been a ninth in the Saturday night main event along with a third place finish on his qualifying night.

Now making his home in Berks County, Danny Stratton joined the ranks of ARDC competitors this season as the driver of the Jerry & Karen Steward owned #33. Stratton has raced midgets throughout the country and boasts a fourth place finish in the 2012 Chili Bowl as his best performance to date. Stratton will field a second Andy Bondio entry at this year’s Chili Bowl, joining team mate, Tim McCreadie - the winner of the 2006 event.

2014 ARDC Champion, Reading, PA driver, Steven Drevicki leads a host of ARDC competitors who return to completion in Tulsa this year. Drevicki carries the momentum to Tulsa that took him to the top of the ARDC competitors this season. Drevicki and DeGre Engineering Race Team took everything they learned the season before and rolled it into a championship season. Brenden Bright chased Drevicki throughout the season and travels to Tulsa on the heels of one of his most successful seasons in midget competition after finishing second in points. Milford, NJ driver, Nick Wean returns to Chili Bowl competition this year and looks to improve upon his 11th place finish on his qualifying night. After finishing 8th in points on the ARDC schedule, PJ Gargiulo of Morton, PA heads west and hopes to make his first A Main on his qualifying night. Shawn Jackson of Bear, DE will debut his new Elite Chassis, Esslinger powered #7 in Tulsa this week. Jackson was the first driver from the First State of Delaware to compete at the Chili Bowl. Tyler Brehm returns to compete in a second Steve Buckwalter entry. Brehm raced in Tulsa last year after only taking a few practice laps in a midget before the Chili Bowl. In 2014, Brehm raced the Jim Jackson owned #97 in ARDC competition and his headed to Tulsa with a lot more seat time and experience under his belt.

Drivers, Ryan Greth and Jim Radney, are hoping that they can convert what knowledge they gained while competing in the Tulsa Shootout just ten days before the start of the Chili Bowl as they head to Tulsa with their Hyper Racing midgets for their second Chili Bowl experience.

In addition to Curt Michael who makes his first Chili Bowl appearance, 2014 ARDC rookie, Tommy Kunsman of Northampton, PA will be behind the wheel of a second Rick Wean owned entry. Kunsman has been a spectator in Tulsa for the last eight years and looks forward to seeing the event from the other side of the fence. Jamie Spears of New Holland, PA will also make his Chili Bowl debut. Both rides - Kunsman’s ride in the Wean #78 Spike chassis and Spear’s #74 Stealth - are up for sale and looking for new owners to take possession in Tulsa!

First things first as qualifying gets underway on Tuesday night. Everyone’s goal is to make the A Main on qualifying night. Qualifying takes place Tuesday through Friday with final qualifying all day Saturday before the main event.

Follow all the Chili Bowl news and ARDC results on Facebook. There will be live updates throughout the competition with daily results posted on our web site at www.ardcmidget.com.

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NEWS FROM: Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2015 fueled by Sunoco Race Fuels and Distributed by Insinger Performance Race Car and Trade Show

PROMOTER: Len Sammons @ 609.888.3618
MEDIA CONTACT: Ernie Saxton Communications, Inc.
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NASCAR SPRINT CUP STAR JOEY LOGANO TO BE PART OF HUGE 30TH ANNIVERSARY PPB MOTORSPORTS 2015 RACE CAR AND TRADE SHOW AT GREATER PHILA EXPO CENTER

OAKS, PA January 3, 2015 . . . Joey Logano, the man who could very well become the next NASCAR Sprint Cup champion will visit with fans at the huge Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2015 Presented by Sunoco Race Fuels Distributed by Insinger Performance Race Car and Trade Show which is set to take place at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, Oaks, PA January 23-25. Many have indicated strong feelings that 24 year old Joey Logano, recently married, could very well take the title in 2015 based on the improvement he has shown in recent years and the big year he had with five Cup wins this past season.

Joey Logano was part of the championship battle final race of the 2014 season for the Sprint Cup cars at Homestead-Miami Speedway that featured him and three others (Kevin Harvick, Ryan Newman, and Denny Hamlin) battling for the lucrative NASCAR title. Logano finished fourth while Harvick went on to win the championship.

The young racer is looking to improve on the number of wins and be around at the end of the season to claim the title with his Roger Penske owned Ford entry. He will be at the show which fills all 250,000 square feet of the Expo Center on Saturday, January 24th from 1 to 3 PM.

Fans will be able to talk with Logano and collect free autographs.

Logano will join NASCAR car owner Tom Baldwin Jr. and veteran NASCAR driver Steve Park along with popular TV broadcaster and journalist Dick Berggren along with a host of other well-known motorsport personalities and competitors at the three day show that will attract thousands of fans. Event sponsor, Pioneer Pole Buildings, will have Philadelphia Eagles legendary running back Brian Westbrook at the show also on Saturday from 12 to 1 PM to meet fans and sign autographs.

“We have finalized some exciting plans for the 30th Anniversary,” said Sammons. “All of us involved in the production of the show are working very hard to make this a great anniversary celebration.”

For the first time in show history, a selection of racing vehicles will be showcased including two of Richard Petty’s early career No. 43 race cars, the No. 9 Dodge driven by Bill Elliott to victory at the Indianapolis Speedway Brickyard and a USAC Midget that helped make Jeff Gordon famous.

The show will feature just about everything there is to be seen that relates to motorsports. Racers will find an expanded “Hardcore” dealer/ manufacture section with the latest in the industry either showcased or being sold at special show prices.

Exhibitor space remains but is very limited as the 30th anniversary show has attracted a huge amount of attention. Details on being an exhibitor can be had by contacting Danny Sammons or Tim Hogue at 609.888.3618. They can also be reached at tim@aarn.com or danny@aarn.com.

The very classy Crowne Plaza Valley Forge will serve as the host hotel and will again offer a discounted rate of $89 per night (plus taxes). The hotel is located just 7.5 miles from the Expo Center and is within walking distance of the popular King of Prussia Mall, the nation’s second largest retail complex with over 350 stores and close to 100 restaurants.

Again, for the 30th Anniversary, the Saturday night post show will continue and will be held in one of the large ballrooms at the hotel with music by DJ Sound and Lighting and bar specials from show sponsor Miller Lite.

For information on the show check in at www.aarn.com.

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24

From John & Mike Calla

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Merry Christmas

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TRENTON, N.J.-Bob Wagner jr took the overall win in the Microstock feature on the third day of the second annual Battle of Trenton at the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton New Jersey Sunday afternoon (December 21). His brother Don Wagner took the title of highest finisher in the L206 Microstock engine class.

Two different engine classes (World Formula and L206) combined to make up the 17 car field. The L206 have 3 less HP than the World Formula so they were given a 25 lb reduction in weight to make it a level playing field.

Heat race winners Tom Ervin and Bob Wagner started on the front row in the 20-lap feature. Luck was smiling on B. Wagner because on the final lap of the heat race, his right rear tire went flat as he came to take the checkered flag. His brother Don Wagner, nearly won the heat race win but timing and scoring put him in second place. Ervin handily won his heat race and look to be a threat to repeat as the Microstock winner of the Battle of Trenton but it was not to be.

B. Wagner took the early lead with Ervin close on his bumper and D. Wagner in third place. Ervin was running a strong second when on lap seven he got too close to the outside wall while setting up for a launch into turn two and knocked the right rear tire off its rim. On the restart B. Wagner resumed the lead with his brother D. Wagner close behind. Behind them Harry who had started in 12th place, was closing steadily on the leaders. On lap eight Burd dove inside of D. Wagner to take second place and by the halfway point Burd was close on B. Wagner and looking inside for a place to make a clean pass for the lead.

The two leaders then opened a small gap on the rest of the field as D. Wagner and Ricky Collins battled for third position.

Bob Wagner went on to take his 17th checkered flag of the season and his first Battle of Trenton trophy. B. Wagner was also the highest finishing World Formula engine driver in the field. His brother Don was the highest finishing L206 engine finisher in third place.

B. Wagner said “It feels great to win. I’ve always had bad luck at indoor races and it feels real good to win here.”

Second place finisher Harry Burd said “The car got better as the race went on. I was almost flat-footing it by the end. I could get under Bob (Wagner) but I couldn’t make a clean pass and I didn’t want to wreck either of us trying to get the win.”

Third place finisher and highest place L206 driver Don Wagner said “We (his brother Bob and him) raced good and hard. My car handled better but he had a little bit more motor but I wasn’t going to lay down. I wanted to win but I didn’t want to wreck our cars.” This was D. Wagner’s second consecutive time as the highest finisher amongst the L206 Microstocks at the Battle of Trenton.

Finishing order: Bob Wagner, Harry Burd, Don Wagner, Ricky Collins, Denny Hiddeman, Bobby Sandt Jr, David Martin, Tom Ervin, Andrew Shuster, Walt Mueller, Neil Rutt, Brian Russell, Robert McGuire, Andy Hiddeman, TJ Rogers, DJ Wagner, (DNS due to broken axel) Louie Keraitis

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#49 Andy Jankowiak (WoS photo)

JANKOWIAK WINS BATTLE OF TRENTON THREE QUARTER MIDGET 40 LAP INDOOR RACE; SECOND PLACE CHANGED CONSTANTLY; GARY HIEBER TAKES COMPANION SLINGSHOT FEATURE

TRENTON, NJ December 21, 2014 . . . Buffalo, N.Y. driver Andy Jankowiak started up front and finished there at the end of the 40-lap Battle Of Trenton TQ Midget feature Saturday night in Sun National Bank Center. Jankowiak was challenged by any number of racers who made it as far as second place only to be taken out by accidents or mechanical problems. Ryan Flores of Mooresville, N.C., was the eventual runner-up in the Len Sammons Motorsports Productions (LSRP) event.

In the companion 20-lap Lentini Auto Salvage Slingshot finale, Gary Hieber raced to the win in a rugged race that saw the Langhorne, Pa., ace move in front at mid-race, then pull away from the pack.

“I had to be good on all of the restarts,” said Jankowkiak. “There were a couple of times when Teddy (Ted Christopher) got my rear wheels off the ground but I held on to it.”

Second place behind Jankowiak was not the place to be on this night. Kyle Reinhardt was in the hot seat for the first four laps before he fell back after Christopher passed him on lap five. Erick Rudolph then assumed second following a restart by getting under Christopher but his stay ended abruptly on lap 23 when his car shut off coming down for a restart. Ryan Flores, close behind, spun and went to the rear of the field as a result.

This put Jimmy Blewett in second, up from a 25th place start. Blewett then spun after contact with Anthony Sesely. Enraged, Blewett slammed into Sesely under caution, ending his race. Sesely went to the rear.

Ryan Susice was elevated to second on the next start, at lap 25. Matt Janisch then gained second only to be passed by Christopher. Flores, who had been involved in a lap 23 spin, charged back through traffic to pass Christopher with six laps left only to have Christopher take the spot back a circuit later.

Over the final laps, Jankowiak remained perfect with Flores a solid and remarkable second, the eleventh and final time second place changed hands. Christopher was third, Mike Lichty a quiet fourth and Janisch fifth.

The welter of mishaps included one serious accident. On lap 15, Lou Cicconi, Jr., who had spun one lap earlier, slammed the fourth corner wall, stopping the race. Cicconi was extricated from his car with great care and precaution and was transported from the arena. Cicconi’s injuries were determined not to be of a serious nature; indeed as he was being wheeled across the track, Cicconi saluted the concerned spectators with the classic ‘wave to the crowd’ who cheered lustily.

#56 Gary Hieber (WoS photo)

Hieber’s Slingshot win came in an event that slowed numerous times by spins.

“Once I had a clear track, the only thing I had to worry about was lapped traffic,” Hieber said.

Ricky Yetter was the runner-up followed by Kurt Bettler, Taylor Eccles and Nick Shaw, who thrilled the fans with his outside groove racing which brought him all the way to second only to fall back with a softening tire over the final laps.

Next on the LSRP agenda is the 2015 Pioneer Pole Building’s Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show January 23-15, 2015 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, Oaks, Pa.

The second Indoor Racing event on the LSRP schedule is set for January 30-31, 2015 with the running of the NAPA Know How Atlantic City Indoor races inside historic Boardwalk Hall. TQ Midgets, Champ Karts and Lentini Auto Salvage Slingshots will be on the calendar with the TQ Midgets racing in feature events both nights.

Battle Of Trenton TQ Midget Feature (40 Laps): 1. Andy Jankowiak, 2. Ryan Flores, 3. Ted Christopher, 4. Mike Lichty, 5. Matt Janisch, 6. John Gambuti, 7. Geoff Sutton, 8. Ryan Susice, 9. Kyle Reinhardt, 10. Carl Medeiros Jr., 11. Bobby Butler, 12. Pat Bealer, 13. Earl Paules, 14. Zane Zeiner, 15. Tony DiMattia, 16. Anthony Sesely, 17. Jonathan Reid, 18. Joey Payne, 19. Jimmy Blewett, 20. Erick Rudolph, 21. Ryan Tidman, 22. Patrick Emerling, 23. Neal Williams, 24. Lou Cicconi Jr., 25. Rob Neely, 26. Shawn Nye.

Lentini Auto Salvage Slingshot Feature (20 Laps): 1. Gary Hieber, 2. Ricky Yetter, 3. Kurt Bettler, 4. Taylor Eccles, 5. Nick Shaw, 6. John Gilroy, 7. Eddie Reeder, 8. Billy Thornton, 9. Chris Tavarez, 10. Matt Carman, 11. Joe Bodenschatz, 12. Joe Kata, 13. Kyle Herve, 14. Daniel Morgiewicz, 15. Matt Stangle, 16. Matt Langbein, 17. Cody Kline, 18. Kevin VanValkenburg, 19. Paul Hartwig, Jr.

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