Spencer Speedway

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Spencer Speedway in Williamson, New York.

Spencer Speedway opened in 1955 and is a 1/2 mile Flat Asphalt Oval located in Williamson, New York. The track is owned by John White and is currently NASCAR Sanctioned as part of the Whelen All-American Modified Series. The Speedway also has an 1/8 mile drag strip that runs Saturday Night and is NHRA Sanctioned.

Track Staff[edit]

Track Owner - John White
Announcer - Bill VanDeWeghe
Race Director - Larry Woodruff
Track Handicapper - Melissa Brusso
NASCAR Licenses - Meghan D'Hondt
Scoreboard - Don Toal
Scorers - Gary Spaid and Donna Spaid
Head Flagger - Michael Myers
Assistant Flagger - Brian Steurrys
Corner Workers - Jeff Tack, Glenn Whitney, Wilfred Ahart III and Todd Rockefeller
Chief Tech Inspector - Chuck Deridder
Assistant Tech Inspectors - Mama Deridder and Michael Bixby
Pace Car Driver - Tom Hill
Track Crew - Doug Montgomery
Official Track Photographers - Ron Rigby, Tom Starsmore
Official Track Videographers - Half~Fast Video Productions
Ticketing - Marilyn Toal and Sharon Vanderlinde
Marketing - Sherry Whaley Programs - Sherry Whaley
Typesetting for Programs - Rich Mendoza

Events held at Spencers Speedway[edit]

NASCAR Weekly Racing Series
NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour
ISMA Supermodifieds
Race of Champions Modified Tour
SST Racing Series
NHRA Drag Racing
Super Six Series (NASCAR Sanctioned in 2007) Auto Value Scorpions

Saturday Night Sister Speedway[edit]

Chemung Speedrome - Chemung, New York

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 43°13′37″N 77°14′13″W / 43.22694°N 77.23694°W / 43.22694; -77.23694