Wyoming County International Speedway

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Wyoming County Int'l Speedway in Perry, New York.

Wyoming County International Speedway is an asphalt speedway located in Perry, New York, USA. The speedway was built in 1960 as a dirt race track called Perry Speedway. The speedway was paved in 1968, and the concrete retaining wall constructed. In 1985, the macadam was once again covered with a layer of dirt for a time period of 13 years. In 1998, under new ownership, WCIS returned to the highly competitive SST asphalt racing surface. Racing occurs every Saturday night at the Bullring.

Track operators[edit]

Promoter: James E. Majchrzak
Race Director: Don Vogler
General Manager: Polly Majchrzak
Secretary: Shawna Smith
Chief Medical Director: George Deaton
Ambulance EMT: Chris Gray
Announcers: Pete Zehler and Dan Turner
Scorers: Rachel Babbit, Charolette Pringle and Rachel Horvatits
Photographer: Rob Micoli
Tech Inspectors: Ron Roberts
Head Starter: Steve Ott
Flaggers: Mike Jones, Don Packman, Doug Packman
Infield Director: Joe Horvatits
Safety Crew: Mike Adamczak, Bob Jones, Dan Olin, Darryl Jones, Joe Horvatits Jr. and Rich Fraser

Wayne Lent Racing at Wyoming County Int'l Speedway.

Events held at WCIS[edit]

SST Racing Series
Jim Pierce Memorial American 100 Modified Race

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 42°43′20″N 78°03′24″W / 42.72222°N 78.05667°W / 42.72222; -78.05667