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Gates open at 8:00 am. Time trials start 9:30 am.

Adult Admission is $20. Kids 12 & under are FREE.

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Sunday, April 7: The Ice Breaker Daily Driver race. Gates will open at 8.30 am, racing will start around 10:00 am. Racer entry $40 Spectators $10 • Kids Under 12 free

NEXT EVENT

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63 Years of Championship

Drag Racing

 

ESTA Safety Park Dragstrip has been providing an exciting and safe venue for New York speed demons under the sanctioning banner of the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) since 1960.

Eight classes of competition for racers of various skills and income, to compete for cash and trophy prizes, and points towards season championship titles.

April 7 Compete in the Daily Driver Ice Breaker Race

There will be 2 classes 2 wheel drive which includes front and rear wheel

drive and an all wheel drive class.

Payout will be $750 to win and $250 runner-up in each class.

Gates will open at 8.30 am, racing will start around 10 with 2 time trials.

Racer entry $40

Spectators $10 • Kids Under 12 free

Payouts may increase if sponsors come on board.

• Double entries allowed • Deep staging allowed

All cars must be licensed insured and inspected with mufflers and driven in the gate.

ABSOLUTELY NO TRAILERS will be allowed thru the gate. If your car needs to be towed this isn’t the event for you.

• No studded tires

• No track prep this is a daily driver event.

This is an 1/8th mile bracket race. This is a rain or shine event.

Come on out shake off the cobwebs before racing season starts, hang out with your friends and maybe win some money.

Mike LaRose Scores 2nd NHRA National Championship  

Las Vegas, NV - Twenty-two years after winning his first NHRA Pro National Championship win, Mike LaRose trekked the 3,000 miles west to Las Vegas and scored the NHRA/Summit Racing E.T. Series Pro Championship title. We will be working on an interview with Mike and return back with an appropriate summary of his amazing run so we can all share his victory.

2023 Pro Class Champions Crowned 

Saturday, November 25 we will crown the 2023 Champions of the Summit Racing E.T. Series.

In Super Pro, Matt Himes used a late season surge to overtake Scott Forbes who held the top spot for the entire season. Scott lead the division with 4 wins with Matt following up with 2.

The Top 5 in Super Pro and points: 1.) Matt Himes - 41, 2.) Scott Forbes - 38, 3.) Mike Thomas - 30, 4.) Tim Roberts - 29, 5.) Scott Beasaw Sr. - 27

In the Pro Division, Scott Beasaw Sr. scored the title on the strength of 4 class wins and a comfortable 9 point margin over A.J. Meier and Chris Corlyon who tied for second place. The Top 5 in Pro and points:

1.) Scott Beasaw Sr. - 45, 2.) A.J. Meier and Chris Corlyon - 34, 4.) Terry Lee - 33, 5.) Matt Consiglio - 30.

In Pro MX, both Bob Salerno and Ryan Orizino each scored 3 wins while Kevin Wuest nabbed 2 wins, but Kevin's consistency netted him yet another class championship title with a slim one point advantage over Bob Salerno. The Top 5 in Pro MX and points: 1.) Kevin Wuest - 39, 2.) Bob Salerno - 38, 3.) Ryan Orizino - 31, 4.) Brandon MacCombie - 30, 5.) Kevin Sutliffe - 28.

 

In Street Money, Steve English scored the 2023 championship title on the strength of 3 class wins and edged out Dave Tingley by a single point! Here are the Top 5 in Street Money: 1.) Steve English - 40, 2.) Dave Tingley - 39, 3.) Todd Minerd - 36, 4.) Pat Minogue - 28, 5.) John Goldman - 23. 

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