WILLIAMSON, NY – Friday night’s Maynard Troyer Classic II at Spencer Speedway in Williamson, N.Y., will be “one big night”. Mike Leaty of Williamson, N.Y., won the first Maynard Troyer Classic in 2019. Unfortunately the event was not held during the pandemic of 2020. Friday night the race takes center stage with bonus money raised by Kenny Troyer, a ring presentation by Scott Hossfeld to the champion of the event as it brings a conclusion to the exciting 2021 Spencer Speedway season.
The event, with all of the bonuses included, will provide Modified competitors with one of the biggest purses of the season in race where pitstops and tire changes are not required.
Long-time friend of Troyer, Tom Forgione has stepped up to become the Race of Champions Modified Series race title sponsor through his F/A Products Engine and Performance Parts brand. Forgione and the Troyer family will be adding $3,000 to the overall purse as well providing racers other incentives. Anyone who runs a small F/A Products decal on their car at the MTC II will receive a $50 coupon spend at F/A Products. This is the 100th year of business for F/A Products which specializes in performance engine parts (www.faproducts.com).
The bonuses added between Forgione and the Troyer family have been spread out through the field. The race will now pay $6,000-to-win; $2,000 (2nd); $1,350 (3rd); $1125 (4th); $1,100 (5th); $1075 (6th); $1,050 (7th); $1,025 (8th); $900 (9th); $800 (10th); $600 (11th); $500 (12th); $400-to-start.
The lap program which Kenny Troyer has worked diligently on has exceeded $16,000, spanning across the Modifieds and Sportsman for this exciting night of racing.
In addition to the additional awards, the Modified race has been extended by 6 laps to make it a 66-lap race in honor of the speedway’s 66th season. The Race of Champions Sportsman Modified Series will run a 36-lap race on this evening in addition to the “Rocket Performance” 602 Sportsman Modifieds racing for 16-laps in tribute to Maynard Troyer’s traditional number “6”.
Discount advance tickets will be available beginning at Wilbert’s U-Pull It at their 3 locations; 4936 NY 104, Williamson, N.Y.; 1272 Salt Road, Webster, N.Y; 6333 Lakeside Road, Ontario, N.Y.; Whittaker Ford 3923 NY-104, Willamson. N.Y., and INDYKART Raceway 17 Miracle Drive, Henrietta, NY 14623.
The Ontario and Williamson Fire Departments will once again provide the traditional race track fare. Ribilicious BBQ (www.facebook.com/ribliciousbbq) will be bringing their brand of barbeque to the track. Karma’s Cruisin’ Café (www.karmascruisincafe.com) will be on hand with their unique menu. Mark’s Pizzeria will host a stand to continue providing “the Best Pizza in Rochester”. The ever-popular “Little Red Wagon” will also make it’s first appearance at Spencer, although it is a familiar sight to those who attend the Sodus Microd Club. The Sodus Microd Club will also pitch in with a drink for thirsty event patrons.
The gates open at 5:00 pm at Spencer Speedway for fans, with qualifying to follow at 7:15 pm on Friday, September 3.
Where: Spencer Speedway, Williamson, N.Y.
When: Friday, September 3, 2021. Grandstands open at 5:00 pm, Qualifying at 7:15 pm; all racing to follow.
Tickets: $25 General Admission; $20 for Seniors/Military (65 years and older and Military with proper identification); Children 15 to 10 years of age will be $15; Family Four Pack $65; Children 4-and-under will be Free for this event.
Directions: The track is located just fifteen minutes east of Rochester, N.Y. at 3020 Route 104, Williamson, N.Y. 14589
What: The Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Series Maynard Troyer Classic II.
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