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Upcoming Events
Saturday June 24, 2017
Saturday Night Event
Racing at 7:00pm
Thursday June 29, 2017
Summer Nationals / Hell Tour
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Saturday July 1, 2017
Huge Fireworks Show
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Saturday Night Event
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Mike Zielinski has been getting a ton of calls for people wanting to come race at Plymouth. Our rules trump all other track rules.
Please look them over on our rules page. Nothing is going to change. If you still have any questions call Mike (574) 532-7969.
 
 
 
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Shaun Wiltjer stands with now fiancee Heidi Garner after winning the Street Stocks race at Plymouth Speedway Saturday night.
Marriage proposal from the podium at Plymouth Speedway
PLYMOUTH (June 17, 2017) – Merrillville’s Joe Spiewak didn’t get the finish he was hoping for, from the top starting spot, as he slid up to the wall in Turn 3 at Plymouth Speedway Saturday night. Spiewak’s loss was Shaun Wiltjer’s gain, as he led the final field of just six drivers (of the 13-car field) to the finish in the Super Streets race.
They say the third time is a charm, but this marked Wiltjer’s fourth feature win this season. And it wasn’t just the feature win Gary, Ind.’s Wiltjer celebrated on Father’s Day weekend – while on the podium accepting his trophy he confessed that if he won the feature, he would propose to his girlfriend Heidi Garner. And he did, both.
“We all run real clean, thanks to the guys,” Wiltjer said. “The track is great; it seems like there’s a bunch of grip out there. This thing drove unbelievably fast.”
Charlie Poague of Portage was second; David Fritz of Winamac was third; Bob McLean of Hobart was fourth; and Kyle Anderson of Crown Point was fifth. Wiltjer moved ahead in the points – and even further in his relationship – Heidi said yes!
It may not have been a proposal, but another special night was on the books for the 100th career win for Jamie Lomax, of Lake Village, Ind. in the Modifieds. “We started this eight years ago, and we were pretty bad when we started. To get 100 wins now, it’s just outstanding.”
He thanked his fans, sponsor, wife and kids on the winner’s podium. “It’s fun racing with great guys… we always try to keep it clean,” he said.
Matt Mitchell, of Lafayette, was second and Randy Lines was third. “I got a big chunk of mud about half way through and I couldn’t even use the gas pedal,” Lines said. When asked his opinion of the Playground of Power track, Lines said, “I consider this home now; I’m used to whatever comes my way. I want to congratulate Jamie on his 100 today.” Fourth was Devin Wright and fifth was Cameron Head.
The highlights continued as the night went on, as the Pro Sprints race saw a heated battle trading third and fourth place between Eric Saunders of Lakeville and Michael Summers of Warsaw, until Summers’s wing came loose and he had to be pushed to the pits under caution. The end of this race looked similar to last week’s - and many weeks prior - with Zane DeVault and Garrett Saunders finishing in the top two spots. Two weeks ago, it was DeVault; last week G. Saunders and back up front this week, DeVault. Eric Saunders was third. Fourth place was Steven Hogue and fifth was John Gurley.
“This is a good present for my dad I guess,” DeVault said. DeVault had gifting on his mind, as he wound up donating his first-place trophy to the Lakeville Area Boy Scouts, who were special guests of the Speedway Saturday night.
Not to be outdone in exciting events of the night, in the 600 Open, Chad Hartzell and Dylan Woodling were in a heated battle when Hartzell’s tire caught on the inside track, making him tip over in Turn 4. After being turned upright and checked by medical staff, Hartzell continued on in the race. Woodling, who started the night at Montpelier and ended up in Plymouth late, took the checkers, followed by Trey Johnson of Warsaw and Michael Landis of Logansport. “That was a lot of fun,” Landis said of his podium finish from 13th starting spot, “I haven’t had that much fun in a long time.”
Battleground, Ind.’s Sheldon Oberle won the Thunder Stocks, followed by Plymouth’s Tom Grall and South Bend’s Shane Saunders. Fourth and fifth were Clint Hall and Pete Beiswanger. In the Mini Wedge race, Clinton Hunter was first; Ryin Zelmer was second and Justin White was third. Fourth and fifth were Cade Rush and Chase Kosmatka.
For complete results and season standings, go to plymouthspeedway.myracepass.com.
Thursday, June 29, the Plymouth Speedway hosts UMP DirtCar Racing’s Summer Nationals Hell Tour, featuring Late Models and Mods. Tickets are $25 for adults; $10 for kids 6-12 and 5 and under are free. Gates open at 4; hot laps at 6 and racing starts at 7 p.m.
Next Saturday is a regular night of racing, with Modifieds, Pro Sprints, Super Street, Thunder Stocks, 600 Open Sprints and Mini Wedges. Cost is $12 for adults, $5 for children 6-12 and free for kids 5 and under. Pit passes are $30.
Visit Plymouth Speedway on Facebook for the latest event information, updates and photos. Media contact: Maggie Nixon plymouthspeedwayPR@gmail.com.
 
 
Photo by Greg Hildebrand
Andrew Cockman pumps his fist, with the right front off the ground, as he takes the checkers in the 600 Open Saturday night at Plymouth Speedway.
Lines takes the checkers again; Grall, Saunders win
PLYMOUTH (June 10, 2017) – Randy Lines did it again. For the fourth time this season, Lines took the checkers in his 18L UMP Modified at Plymouth Speedway.
Lines, of Marion, Ind., extended his season standing point lead to 31 over Rensselar’s Derek Losh, who ran third to Lines Saturday night. Jamie Lomax was second; Bobby Stremme was fourth and Dylan Woodling was fifth. Frank Marshall, Lomax and Woodling also round out the top five in standings.
Granger, Ind.’s Andrew Cockman nabbed his first win in the 600 Open. Woodling, also a Modified driver, wheeled his way from starting 16th to finish second, while fellow Warsaw native Trey Johnson was third. Chad Hartzell, who leads the series with two wins atop the standings, was fourth and Kayeleb Bolton was fifth. Johnson sits in second, 42 points back in the season standings. Kevin Hapner is third; Blake Lamb is fourth and Woodling rounds out the top five in points.
Plymouth’s Tom Grall took his second win this year in the Thunder Stocks. The point standings mirror the race top 4 Saturday with Sheldon Oberle, Jason Frtiz and Chad McLean trailing Grall in point standings as well. Pete  Beiswanger was fifth in the race, but Hobart’s Kevin Kerlin has that spot in points.
The tightest race between point leaders was between Shaun Wiltjer and David Fritz. Just one point separates the two Super Street drivers (Fritz leads by one), with Charlie Poague just five points back from the lead and Bob McLean back 11. Wiltjer recorded his third win Saturday, while Fritz was second. Third place went to Shane Pendleton, with McLean and Poague in fourth and fifth.
The Pro Sprint battle between first and second on the track and in the standings is as close as ever. Lakeville’s Garrett Saunders maneuvered his was from a fourth-place starting spot to take the win, over last week’s winner Zane DeVault.
This is Saunders’ third race win out of five total, while DeVault has two. Eric Saunders made his way to third, with Steven Hogue and Clay Sanders in fourth and fifth. G. Saunders is just 14 point back from DeVault, and Michael Summers, Chad Clay and E. Saunders are third through fifth in season standings.
Justin White was the Mini Wedge winner, with Clinton Hunter, Austin Burnworth, Jacob Timmerman and Ryin Zelmer in second through fifth. Leading the standings is Zelmer, then Hunter, Preston Prater and Burnworth.
This week, racing starts at 7 p.m., with hot laps at 6 p.m.  Gates open at 4 p.m. Adults are $12; children 6-12 are $5 and 5 years old or younger are free. Pit passes are $30.
Visit Plymouth Speedway on Facebook to find out up-to-date race information.
Media contact: Maggie Nixon, PlymouthspeedwayPR@gmail.com
 
 
 

A big thank you to WNDU for this great news segment on all of the upgrades at Plymouth Speedway!

 
 

Plymouth Speedway would like to welcome Topps Performance race parts as the Pro Sprints heat race sponsor!

 

 

Thank you to Wal-Mart of Plymouth for their continued support of the Plymouth Speedway.  Every Saturday night race Wal-Mart will be at the track giving away 2 bikes, one boys and one girls. Kids stop by their signup table and enter to win a free bike!

 

Plymouth Speedway would like to welcome Elliot Custom Trailers and Carts of Warsaw. Be sure to check out the Elliot Custom Trailers podium after each and every feature finish!  Visit them athttp://www.elliottscustomtrailers.com

 
 
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