Evergreen Raceway Celebrated First
Full Season with Annual Awards Ceremony
Under new management, and with its first full season of racing in the books, Evergreen Raceway held its first annual awards ceremony Saturday evening at Genetti’s Ball Room in Hazleton, PA. Each of the divisional champions was honored for their accomplishments and many others received recognition for their efforts during the 2016 season.
  Matt Hirschman of Northampton, PA took the stage to accept his Tour Type Modified championship awards. He thanked speedway promoter Jason Makarewicz for bringing life back to Evergreen, which was the speedway that Hirschman began his career.
   Paul Hartwig, Jr. won his first ever track championship in the Evergreen modified divisions and Nick Ross claimed the Late Model title in his rookie year. FULL STORY
Kapish, Spencer and Hoffner Scream to Evergreen Enduro Wins
St. Johns, PA (10/15/2016)- The stage was set for the final on track show of the 2016 racing season at Evergreen raceway in St. Johns, PA. With above normal temperatures, the “Halloween Screamer” Enduros were destined to be a great finale for the fans with the track under new management this season. When it was all said and done, Mark Spencer of Nanticoke edged Pete Verwys to the checkers for his second straight Four Cylinder Enduro victory. TJ Kapish of Mountaintop lapped the entire field en route to his 6/8-Cylinder domination and Luke Hoffner lapped the Open Competition field four times in the process of nothing his first win of the season in his dirt Late Model. Ironically, it’s the first time that dirt Late Model has been to victory lane at the speedway since Richie Jensen.
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Over A Week Later, Evergreen Raceway Officially Announces
“King of the Green” Winners
St. Johns, PA (10/24/2016)- After nearly a week since its completion, Evergreen Raceway in St. Johns, PA has reviewed their “King of the Green” feature film several times to help determine the official finish of what was intended to be their biggest and best show to cap off the regular racing season.
   Following time trials, in which the top 15 advanced into the feature, a consolation event took place for the Tour Type Modifieds. Five cars were to advance into the main event. However, as the top four finishers crossed the stripe to take the checkers, a melee took place off of turn four. With the track blocked and with the red flag out, the true finish from fifth place on back was up in the air, which promoted track management to allow non-qualifiers to waive their green money to start the main event.  Full Story
Dave Brigati Takes Saturday Portion of Evergreen’s “King of the Green”
St. Johns, PA (10/15/2016)- Following an open practice session on Friday, the Saturday portion of Evergreen Raceway’s first annual “King of the Green” kicked off without a hitch. The afternoon featured four wild season-ending features for some of the tracks regular divisions and when it was all said and done, Long Island’s Dave Brigati claimed the big prize by taking the checkers for the Evergreen Modified victory. In a fantastic duel to the checkers in the Dirt Modified main, Ricky Yetter of Wilson edge Ricky Ross, Jr. as the pair wrecked at the finish. Following a crash involving the top two drivers on the final lap, Devin Schmidt of Palmerton jumped from third to first and claimed the Four Cylinder victory. Tom Casagrande of Drums held off Stephanie Moyer and Scott Sipe to take his first ever season ending victory in the Factory Stock division.  Full Story
EvergreenRaceway and Penn’s Peak Radio Geared
Up for Remainder of 2016 Season
St. Johns, PA (June 9, 2016)- Evergreen Raceway is proud to announce its latest marketing partnership with Penn’s Peak Radio and Penn’s Peak, the Lehigh Valley & Pocono Mountains Premier Entertainment Venue.
Located in Jim Thorpe, PA, Penn's Peak Radio is a renowned resort community and destination nestled in the foothills of the Pocono Mountains in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Penn's Peak Radio is an Internet radio station broadcasting live 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Its heard world-wide online and throughout Northeastern and east central Pennsylvania via Blue Ridge Communications Cable..
Launched in the summer of 2005 by one of the largest privately owned communications and entertainment companies in the Northeast, Penn's Peak Radio set out to be the ultimate music station. Penn's Peak Radio's play list is composed of the biggest hits from the hot country charts plus a healthy dose of the best of country classics and most memorable classic rock songs from the 60's through the 80's. All of those elements give their audience the best, most-unique mix of music anywhere. Add to that mix: a distinctive air-staff, listener requests and phone calls, trivia and giveaways - and you wind up with the most fun you've ever had listening to the radio!
“There is so much value for both sides with this agreement and everyone is very excited about it. Look for some great news from both entities within the next few weeks”, noted Evergreen Co-Promoter Gene Ostrowski.
“Nearly everyone in the area has been out to Penn’s Peak and personally, I can’t think of anyone that has nothing but good to say about such an awesome venue. Penn’s Peak Radio has been on existence for over ten years and they continue to grow, both within and with their fan base. We’re looking forward to mixing some short racing into music and radio, vice-versa. It’s destined to be a terrific relationship.”
Also located in Jim Thorpe, PA, Penn's Peak is a beautiful mountaintop entertainment venue that can comfortably host 1,800 concertgoers. The must see facility boasts a spacious dance floor, lofty ceilings, concert bar/concession area and a full service restaurant and bar aptly named Roadies. Complete with a broad open-air deck for summertime revelry, Penn's Peak patrons enjoy a breathtaking overlook of nearby Beltzville Lake, plus a commanding, picturesque 50-mile panoramic view of northeastern Pennsylvania's Appalachian mountains. Penn's Peak should be your choice for a wedding, banquet or special event and treat your guests to an event truly "Above the Rest".  
Geographically convenient to residents of major population zones in Hazleton, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Stroudsburg, the Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia and New York City, Penn's Peak is an ideal location for any event.  It is located only four miles from Exit 74 of the northeast extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
You can check out the official Penn’s Peak website and all of their upcoming shows at www.pennspeak.com. As always, 24/7, you can listen to Penn’s Peak Radio live by visiting www.pennspeakradio.com and don’t forget to download their mobile app and give them a like on Facebook.
Evergreen Raceway is located minutes from Hazleton, PA, in between routes 93 and 309. For more information regarding Evergreen Raceway, including the entire season schedule, directions and divisional payouts, please visit www.evergreenracewaypark.com and don’t forget to like their Facebook page as well. 
Evergreen Raceway Readies for Busy October
With fall upon us and with the local short track scene growing to a close, Evergreen Raceway officials are very excited about the remaining events on their 2016 schedule, including their upcoming “Fall Classic  Enduros” and their first annual “King of the Green” weekend. Several other events, both on and off track, plus in the woods are on the schedule through the first weekend of November. FULL STORY
Mark Hammer, TJ Kapish and Scott Adams Take Evergreen’s Fall Classic
Evergreen Raceway’s “Fall Classic Enduros” kicked off Sunday at the 1/3-mile asphalt oval. After battling hard with Pete Verwys in the early going, Mark Hammer of Hunlock Creek earned his very first Four Cylinder Enduro victory. TJ Kapish of Mountaintop took the lead before a lap was scored in the 6/-8-Cylinder Enduro and never looked back until the checkers flew. In dominating fashion, Scott Adams of Lake Ariel lapped the Open Competition field four times en route to victory. FULL STORY
Broc Brown Ends Terrific Weekend with Evergreen Victory
Following a Late Model Feature event win Saturday night at Mahoning Valley Speedway, 13-year old Broc Brown of Shickshinny battled at Evergreen Raceway. His return to the speedway was worthwhile, as the rising star picked up the Late Model victory, which was his second at the track this season. In a nail biter of a finish, Randy Schlenker of Whitehall worked the outside and the final two turns to snag the Street Stock verdict and Sam Ryan of White Haven took the checkers in the eventful Four Cylinder event. Brandon Oltra of Alden took his first INEX Legends victory and Garrett Zacharias cruised to victory in the INEX Bandolero division. FULL STORY
Matt Hirschman Batting 0.750 at Evergreen Raceway
 Perfect racing weather and conditions set the stage for the first regular event of Evergreen’s ‘September to Remember’ on Sunday. Following a short moment of silence to remember those who lost their lives in the September 11 attacks fifteen years ago, Matt Hirschman of Northampton started from the pole position and wired the 50-lap Tour Type Modified field to claim the $2,000 prize. In only his second career Street Stock start, Rich Paciotti of Kunkletown drove away with the victory and Steve Heckman of Gilbert bested the Factory Stock field en route to his second win of the season. Brayden Spencer of Shickshinny was nearly wrecked on the final lap of the Four Cylinder feature, but held on to take his third win and the $400 prize. Dylian Slepian of Long Island grabbed the INEX Legends victory and Sean Verwys took the INEX Bandolero win. FULL STORY
Yetter Doubles Down at Evergreen in First September Show
 Ricky Yetter led a lot Sunday afternoon at Evergreen Raceway.
Not only did he win the 25-lap Dirt Modified feature, Yetter also took home the 30-lap open-comp event to make it two wins the on the day and three overall with a heat victory.
In his swan-song season, he drove away from Nick Ross in the 30-lap open comp feature and wasted no time grabbing the top spot and building a comfortable lead over Ross’s No. 99 late model. With five laps to go, Yetter’s gap was more than a half-straightaway before Mike Pollack’s No. 51 machine went around with two laps to go bunching up the field for a green-white-checkered. Yetter got the jump and never looked back to make it the first of two wins on the day.
The total domination didn’t stop there after leading flag-to-flag in the Dirt Mod feature. John Banashefski finished second while Rich Coons took his No. 27 Dirt Mod behind the wall after the first lap. Yetter led all 10 laps in the heat before taking the checkered flag in the feature making it three feature wins over a span of two days for the Easton, Pa. driver. FULL STORY
Fourth Evergreen Modified Win Extends Points Lead for Paul Hartwig, Jr.
After weeks of battling Mother Nature, Christmas came early for the folks at Evergreen Raceway. Their “Christmas in August” event went off without a hitch and the children at the track even received presents from Santa Claus himself. For Paul Hartwig, Jr. of Freehold, NJ, it was also a holiday of sort, as he extended his points lead with his fourth Evergreen Modified feature win of the year. TJ Gursky of Lehighton has been close to visiting victory lane at the speedway, but came up short in the past. That’s now changed, as he sealed the deal Sunday afternoon by taking the Street Stock feature win. Tom Casagrande of Drums extended his points lead by bringing home the Factory Stock win and Harry O’Neill of Mountaintop backed into the Four Cylinder victory. Sue Ryan and O’Neill drove to victory in the Mechanic’s races and Emily Ryan and Jen Adams notched Powder Puff race wins. FULL STORY
Evergreen Adds Two Additional Dirt Modified Shows
With at least nine cancelled events this season, many of which included the Dirt Modified division, Evergreen Raceway has decided to add the Dirt Modifieds to their next two Enduro shows, which are slated for September 4 and October 2.
   Both of the dates are in conjunction with the track’s regular Enduro dates and the September 4 show is named “A September to Remember”, in memory of long time Evergreen patron, Butch Barry. A 35-lap Pro Stock Memorial event will take place that afternoon.
   The Dirt Modifieds and Pro Stocks will run heat races, followed by their features. The Open Comp cars will take to the track as well before the start of the official Enduro program, which will consist of Four Cylinder, 6/8-Cylinder and Redneck Reverse Enduro events. The Enduro events will be held rain or shine and if the Pro Stock and Dirt Modified portion of the show gets rained out, they will be run on October 2.
   The track is hosting a $10 discount for Enduro pre-registration. The form is on the speedway website and must be mailed in, along with the $40 pre-registration fee. Drivers will start straight up as they pre-register, or of course register at the track on race day for $50, and they will start behind the pre-registered drivers. The transponder rental fee is $10. Drivers racing in more than one division will be charged the $10 fee and $5 for each additional division for the rental fee. Pit admission is set at $25. There is no Pro Stock or Dirt Modified registration fee. The pit gates will swing open at 10:00 AM and the afternoon of events will kick off at 1 PM.
   Drivers from the Street Stock division are invited to complete with the Pro Stocks, if they choose to do so.
   All of the rules, info and the pre-registered drivers are listed on the speedway website.
   The grandstands are slated to open at 12 noon and grandstand admission is just $5. Children 10 years of age and younger will be admitted for FREE.
Harry Sager, Pete Verwys and Devin Gibson Take
Evergreen’s ‘Summer Slam’ Victories
Evergreen Raceway’s ‘Summer Slam’ Enduro events were held on Sunday and under near perfect racing conditions, fans witnessed not only Enduro action, but also Karts and many other divisions, all for only five dollars. After riding in second for most of the event, Harry Sager of Hanover Township took the win in the 6/8-Cylinder Enduro and Pete Verwys of Stroudsburg held on to take his third straight Four Cylinder Enduro victory. Devin Gibson of New Tripoli ran the fastest lap of 46 MPH to take down the Reverse Redneck Enduro win and Ricky Ross, Jr. of Mountaintop picked up the Open Comp victory in his Dirt Modified. Taylor Noss of Shickshinny notched her first Junior Caged Kart victory and Moe Hunsinger of Drums took top honors in the Adult Caged Karts. The Vintage TQ wins went to Rick Casario of Newton, NJ and Sam Cifelli of Lafayette, NJ. Bob Campbell of Danville took the ACOT victory and Jack Patterson took the checkers in the Garden State Vintage Stock Car Club event. FULL STORY
Evergreen Raceway Revises Remainder of 2016 Schedule
Due to the number of divisions racing per day and also due to the number of cars in some of those divisions, Evergreen Raceway has made its final schedule change of the 2016 racing season. Drivers and fans were waned weeks in advance that the changes were coming and with its official release, track management is excited for the remainder of the season.
   Several updates have been made and for the most part, track officials did their absolute best to stick with four divisions of racing on the card weekly. When meeting over the weekend, they discussed their first annual ‘King of the Green’ weekend, which is slated for the weekend of October 15. The last points event of the season will pay 100 championship points to each competitor across the board and each division will run extended lap events for a higher purse. More information regarding King of the Green will be released in the upcoming weeks. FULL STORY
Austin Kochenash Bests Tour Modified Field for $2K at Evergreen
The Tour Type Modifieds were back in action Sunday at Evergreen Raceway. With $2,000 on the line for the 50-lap main event winner, Austin Kochenash of Danielsville, PA took the checkers and the big prize. Randy Schlenker of Whitehall, PA took top honors by scoring his third Street Stock win of the season and Frank Hughes of Pittston, PA grabbed his second Four Cylinder win of the year. Out of Long Island, NY, Kevin Nowak notched his second INEX Legends win of the year and Gage Michael took home the trophy in the INEX Bandolero division. FULL STORY
Paul Hartwig, Jr. Takes Third Evergreen Modified Win
With mid season championships on the line for several divisions Sunday at Evergreen Raceway, Paul Hartwig, Jr. of Freehold, NJ took the lead on lap 14 of the Evergreen Modified event and never looked back to notch his third win of the season. Following a great battle in the Late Model feature, Nick Ross of Mountaintop took the checkers for his second division victory and also from Mountaintop, fifteen year old Justin Morgan scored his first career Factory Stock win. After starting tenth, Brayden Spencer of Shickshinny grabbed the lead and went on to earn his second straight victory. FULL STORY
Evergreen Raceway Releases Upcoming Schedule Changes
Due to the number of divisions that have been run during the hot summer months, the staff at Evergreen Raceway has decided to trim back on the number of divisions.
   “Honestly, when we put the schedule together during the winter we were worried more about getting the schedule out quickly and didn’t consider how hot the middle of summer could be for the fans and racers.”, noted speedway promoter, Jason Makarewicz.
   He continued, “Our plan is to give a division or two off on a rotating basis. A long day in the heat is rough on everyone and tempers definitely seem to flare more when drivers are out battling for wins in it.”
   The division that is now scheduled off this Sunday, July 10 is the Street Stocks. The Pro Stocks and Factory Stocks will be off on Sunday, July 17. FULL STORY
Independence Enduros a Success at Evergreen Raceway
Enduro racing has been a popular fixture at Evergreen Raceway this season and with the support of many seasoned drivers, mixed with a large amount of first timers, the Independence Enduros were another success on Sunday. Following six lead changes in the Four Cylinder Enduro, Pete Verwys of Marshall’s Creek, PA claimed his second Enduro victory of the season and TJ Kapish of Mountaintop, PA led flag to flag en route to the 6/8-Cylinder Enduro victory. Also from Mountaintop, Harry O’Neill led the final lap to score the Open Comp victory. With his fasted lap of 49 MPH in reverse, Nate Correll of Wind Gap, PA took the impressive Reverse Redneck Enduro win. An exhibition Kart event was also held and Chase Ezzyk went to victory in Youth Karts and Derek Berlitz took the checkers in the Adult Kart division. FULL STORY
Nick Ross and Mike Sweeney Find Victory at Evergreen Raceway
Things heated up once again at Evergreen Raceway on Sunday and when the smoke cleared, “The Mountaintop Boss” Nick Ross scored his first career Late Model victory in the make up event from May 15. Mike Sweeney of Nesquehoning was dominant in the second Late Model feature and cruised to the checkers. CJ Lehmann of Shirly, NY shined in the Pro Stock main and Charlie Castiglione of Freeland notched his second Street Stock win of the season. Steve Heckman too his first career Factory Stock victory, as did 12-year old Brayden Spencer of Shickshinny in Four Cylinder action. FULL STORY
Matt Hirschman Pockets Two Grand at Evergreen
When it comes to racing at his home track and everywhere in between, Northampton’s Matt Hirschman is no stranger to victory lane at Evergreen Raceway. That statement held true Sunday afternoon when Hirschman held off twenty one of his competitors to take his second Evergreen victory of the season and pocket the $2,000 prize. Tom Casagrande of Drums has been a fixture in the Factory Stock division for two decades and his experience shined when he took the “Duct Tape 50” Factory Stock Memorial, which was held in memory of Ed Makarewicz, Sr. After several weeks of bad luck, Scott Adams of Lake Ariel held off challenges to notch his second Street Stock win of the season and Sam Ryan of White Haven kept his Four Cylinder domination going by taking his third win of the year. FULL STORY
Paul Hartwig, Jr. Scores Second Evergreen Modified Victory
Under near perfect racing conditions at Evergreen Raceway on Sunday, Paul Hartwig, Jr. of Freehold, NJ scored his second Evergreen Modified victory of the season. In his first full season at the speedway, 13 year old Broc Brown held off his seasoned competition to take the checkers for his first Late Model feature win. Randy Schlenker took top honors in the make up Street Stock feature from May 15th and Charlie Castiglione notched his first Street Stock victory of the year in the regular show. Tom Casagrande drove to victory in Factory Stock action and Sam Danahar nailed down his first career Four Cylinder victory. Kevin Nowak drove to victory in INEX Legends action, as did Sean Verwys in the INEX Bandolero main. Ashley Benko took the Four Cylinder Powder Puff victory. FULL STORY
Barry Callavini and Blake Barney Take Evergreen Modified Victories
St. Johns, PA (5/29/2016)- Despite the summertime heat, Sunday afternoon racing at Evergreen Raceway has proven to be successful thus far. The hot and humid weather this past Sunday didn’t keep the racers or fans from coming to the track. The first of two Evergreen Modified features kicked off the afternoon and when it was all said and done, Barry Callavini of Drums was declared the winner. The second feature went to Blake Barney of Jackson, NJ, who scored his first career win in the division. Ricky Yetter of Wilson, PA grabbed his second Dirt Modified win of the year and CJ Lehmann of Long Island took his second Pro Stock victory. Bob Azarowicz of Tunkhannock notched his first Four Cylinder win of the season and following post race tech, Bernie Uphold was awarded the Street Stock victory. FULL STORY
Frank Hughes, Jr. Finds Victory Prior to Hail Postponing Features at Evergreen Raceway
St. Johns, PA (5/15/2016)- This spring has shown race fans and drivers all kinds of weather in northeastern, Pennsylvania and this weekend was no different for Evergreen Raceway’s “Pack the Track” event on Sunday. After getting the qualifying races completed, rain and sleet soaked the racing surface. Track officials and racers were able to bring the track back for racing and Frank Hughes, Jr. of Pittston earned his first Four Cylinder win of the season when the event was cut short to 14-laps, due to hail falling from the sky. FULL STORY 
Pete Verwys, Elliott Wohl and Harry O’Neill Endure ‘MayHam’ at Evergreen Raceway
St. Johns, PA (5/7/2016)- On Saturday afternoon, Evergreen Raceway hosted their third Enduro event of the 2016 racing season. A wide variety of cars were on hand and plenty of them appeared to be able to claim victory in ‘Enduro MayHam’. When it was all said and done, Pete Verwys of Stroudsburg bested the Four Cylinder division, as did Harry O’Neill in Open Competition action. After crossing the stripe second and following a disqualification, Elliott Wohl of Beachwood, NJ was awarded the 6/8-Cylinder victory.
Matt Hirschman Pockets Two Grand at Evergreen Raceway
St. Johns, PA (4/24/2016)- After finishing second in his last three Modified feature starts of the 2016 racing season, Matt Hirschman of Northampton, PA grabbed the race lead from Jason Hearn and never looked back to take the checkered flag in the 50-lap Modified main event Sunday at Evergreen Raceway. CJ Lehman of Shirley, NY has never won at Evergreen Raceway. That all changed when he wired the Pro Stock field for the win. Randy Schlenker of Whitehall, PA Scored his first Street Stock win of the season and Moe Hunsinger of Drums, PA scored his first career Factory Stock win. Sam Ryan of White Haven, PA remains undefeated in Four Cylinder action, as he notched his second consecutive win. FULL STORY
Paul Hartwig, Jr. Holds Off Matt Hirschman to Score
First Career Evergreen Modified Victory
St. Johns, PA (4/17/2016)- In what most would refer to as a storybook ending, Paul Hartwig, Jr. of Lakewood, NJ held off multiple pass attempts by Matt Hirschman to notch his first career open wheel asphalt Modified this Sunday at Evergreen Raceway. After a stellar duel with Mike Sweeney, Travis Fisher of Fern Glen hung on to take the Late Model win and Scott Adams of Lake Ariel scored the thrilling Street Stock feature win. Ricky Yetter of Wilson took top honors in the Dirt Modified division and Tom Cassagrande of Drums scored the Factory Stock win. From the pole, Sam Ryan of Whitehaven wired the Four Cylinder feature for victory. FULL STORY
Evergreen Thanks 2016 Regular Season Trophy Sponsors
The staff at Evergreen Raceway would like to thank and welcome out 2016 regular season trophy sponsors, Sour Apple Auto & Customs and Printers Edge.
Owned and operated by Joe Berrocal, Sour Apple Auto & Customs is your one stop shop for all of your auto needs. Located in Coplay, PA, they can do just about everything for your car, from oil changes and brakes to custom restoration. And yes, they even offer free estimates! Sour Apple Auto & Customs can be reached at (610) 769-6310 and the also have a Facebook pages as well.
On a weekly basis, Sour Apple Auto & Customs will sponsor the feature winner’s trophy for all but one of the divisions on the racing card for the day. The single trophy not sponsored by them will be sponsored by Printers Edge of Hazleton, PA.
Owned and operated by Joan Dancho, Printers Edge has been a fixture in the community for years. With competitive pricing, they offer services for all or your printing needs. Printers Edge also supply trophies, plaques and awards. They can be contacted for quotes and orders by calling (570) 454-4803. They can also be visited on line at www.printers-edge.com.
Evergreen Releases Date, Rules and Purses for ‘Enduro MayHam’
The 2016 racing preseason at Evergreen Raceway in St. Johns, PA kicked off in January with the Speedway’s ‘Snowball 100’ Enduros. Two months later the track hosted ‘March Enduro Madness’, which brought Enduro racers out from nearly every neck of the woods. Now, the third bone stock Enduro date is set! Their ‘Enduro MayHam’ event, which will feature a 100-lap show for the Four Cylinders, a 100-lap event for the 6/8-cylinders and a 50-lap Open Comp show is slated for Saturday, May 7.   
With a few rule amendments for safety purposes, the events will be structured much like the first two Enduros of the year were. Due to a larger volume of car counts, a new purse structure has been released as well. It’s based on a sliding scale of the number of cars that take the green flag. FULL STORY
Jason Makarewicz and Gene Ostrowski Named Co-Promoters
Jeff Owler Named Race Director for 2016
There’s an ‘unwritten rule’ to promoting in motorsports. Well, as we know there are many and there’s no need for any of them to be written. One of the obvious is to be as fair as possible and go the extra mile to make as many people, as possible, happy with your facility. Also, to make them aware about it and in turn, they make others aware of it as well, knowing that it’ll help pave the way for success. With that said and with a number of management adjustments that are in place for the 2016 season. Jason Makarewicz and long time announcer and PR representative, Gene Ostrowski, have been named Co-Promoters of Evergreen Raceway in St. Johns, PA and former racer, Jeff Owler, will be the speedway’s Race Director. FULL STORY
Warren, Adams and Two Browns Earn ‘March Enduro Madness’ Victories
“That’s a good problem to have” is an old repeated phrase in motorsports in regards to high car counts. Of course it’s not a bad problem to have in racing, especially nowadays and that phrase was said repeatedly Saturday at Evergreen Raceway when a record 127 Four Cylinder cars took the green flag in the 100-lap ‘March Enduro Madness’ Enduro. In what was a thrilling and entertaining show for the fans, drivers battled hard for the win and when it was all said and done, Joe Warren of Long Island, NY came away with the checkers. For the second straight time in 2016 and also from Long Island, Ed Brown, Jr. took top honors in the 100-lap 6/8-Cylinder Enduro and following a discussion about a tire rule that didn’t make it onto the official Open Competition rules on the track website, both Brad Brown and Scott Adams were deemed the official winners of the 30-lap event.
Luke Colleran, Ed Brown, Jr. and Scott Adams Victors in Evergreen’s Snowball Enduros
The 2016 race season at Evergreen Raceway in St. Johns, PA officially kicked off Saturday afternoon. It was an inaugural show of sorts, with Jason Makarewicz as the new track lease holder and track manager. The show was anticipated by many drivers and fans to be a great start to a new era, yet no one knew exactly how popular the show would become. When it was all said and done, Ed Brown, Jr. claimed the 6-8Cylinder Enduro victory and Luke Colleran took top honors in the 4-Cylinder division. Scott Adams cruised to victory in the 25-lap Open Competitions show. FULL STORY
Evergreen Finds Victory with CK Auto Service and Race Fab
St. Johns, PA (12/8/2015)- Evergreen Raceway is proud to announce CK Auto Service and Race Fab as their victory lane sponsor for the 2016 season. As each feature winners pulls into victory lane for interviews and photos, they’ll know for a fact that CK is more than just a f
ab shop.
Located in Quakertown, PA, CK is a full service center that specializes in nearly everything, such as engine and transmission replacement, diagnostics, state and emissions Inspection, wheels, tires, alignments and everything else under the sun. When it comes to racing, they specialize in full bodied cars, from clipping frames to hanging bodies and even setting up the racecars, it’s a one stop shop for everyone.
Owned and operated by Chris Kemmerer, CK Auto Service and Race Fab can be contact at (267) 923-5366. They also have a Facebook page for everyone to like and share.
Chris stated about how excited he is for the reopening of Evergreen Raceway and wanted to do something to show his support for the track and its racers, which is why he decided to come on board to sponsor Evergreen’s CK Auto Service and Race Fab victory lane.
“What I’m looking forward to the most is being a part of bringing back some family values, mixed with good, hard door handle to doors handle short track racing at Evergreen”, he said.
Chris also stated that he’s looking forward to working with Evergreen for not only the 2016 season, but years beyond.
He continued, “I’m proud to have my business associated with Evergreen and can’t wait to get some great victory lane shots. I’d also like to wish Jason, the racers and the entire Evergreen Raceway staff the best of luck this upcoming season.”