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Plymouth Speedway Appoints New Race Director
By: Anita Soltis
(Plymouth, IN)  Drivers and fans will see a new race director at Plymouth Speedway beginning this Saturday, Aug. 1.
Sara Tarlton was recently appointed as the new Promoter/Race Director at the Playground of Power. The Albion, Indiana resident loves racing and has followed the sport her entire life.
“I’ve been a racing fan ever since I can remember,” smiled Tarlton as she reminisced about her days a child at the race track. “My brothers raced cars, my uncle raced cars  at Warsaw Speedway and I even owned a race car at one time.  I just have a passion for racing.”
Not only is Tarlton a fan, she’s also been involved behind the scenes for more than 20 years.  She has hand scored the running order in races in different traveling series and served as race director at Angola Speedway for two years. Her goals will be in line with the effort of excellence put forth by Plymouth Speedway employees.
“Everyone works well together and if we can keep that and make it even stronger Plymouth Speedway will have everything the fans want on race night,” said Tarlton. As race director, Tarlton is in charge of the employees, sponsorships and race procedures. She will welcome a conversation with the driver after the features conclude to discuss any concerns.
Tarlton previously served as the pit stewardess in the 2015 season. If there are any questions, email Sara Tarlton at sarano9@frontier.com.
Autograph Night Draws a Crowd at Plymouth Speedway
By: Andrew Hayn (Plymouth, IN) - July 13, 2015
Erickson Grabs First Modified Feature Win at Plymouth Speedway. This past the Plymouth Speedway hosted five classes of race cars for Autograph night. The racing action was tight as the Playground of Power raced against Mother Nature and another wet forecast. The racing action was kicked off with the heat events for the Wal Mart Thnderstocks. Brian Banta, riding off the momentum of last week's feature win, held off all challengers for the first win of the night. Finishing in second was Derek Danley followed by Beau DeYoung in third. The second heat for the division went to the "Wildman" Jim Henson with John Rhodes in a close second and Tom Grall crossing the line in third.
The WTCA Super Streets ran one heat of eight laps to set the feature line up. Grabbing the win was the points leader David Short. The "Big Daddy" Roger Duszynski held off Michael Clark for second.
 In the Swan Lake Resort Modifieds there were three eight lap heats with the top five transferring to the "A" Main. In heat one, Zeke McKenzie held on for the win followed by Bradley Jameson, Chris Kittle, Heath Gagnon and Larry Thompson. In the second heat Dylan Woodling ran the high line for the win. He was followed into the main event by Tommy Beezley, Tyler Fitzpatrick, Steve Clark, and Darren Wireman in fifth. The final heat for the modifieds was a tight one with Jeffrey Erickson grabbing the checkered flag. He was followed by the points leader Jamie Lomax in second, Derek Losh, Steve Hogue, and Dillion Nusbaum all punching their tickets for the "A" main via the heat.
The Dickies Restaurant 600 sprints had two heats started by group qualifying times established earlier in the night. Alexis Adgate pickedup the first of two heats while holding off Breiden Mooney and Dylan Woodling in third. The final heat was won by the points leader Eric Saunders. He was followed across the line by Nick Yoder and Chad Hartzell in the third. The final heat of the night was for the Bane Welker Cyberstocks. Carson Day grabbed top honors in the eight lap affair. Second went to Jake Strake and Kirby Trent finishe in third.
The autograph session was held for all of the fans on hand in the pit area where a number of fans were able to meet their favorite drivers of the Playground of Power and get up close to their favorite machine.
The "B" Main Challenge was twelve laps to determine the final five positions for the "A" and was won by Adam Williams in his first trip to the Playground in well over a year. He was followed by Darrel Lowe, Matt Koval, Scott Fitzpatrick and Dan Streeter. Lowe and Koval took the money and ran putting Mark Swan and Lee Rippe into the final for the mods. The features were kicked off by the Thunderstocks. In the twenty lap event John Rhodes got back on top of the podium with another well wheeled feature run. Derek Danley finished in his best feature of the year in second while Kieth Crissinger got back on the podium with a last lap pass.
In the Super Streets feature Calvin Peek picked up his second feature win of the season with a strong, dominating run out front. Roger Duszynski held off the points leader, David Short, in a hard fight for the second place.

The UMP Modified feature was a toughly contested event throughout the field; however, Jamie Lomax ran out of laps trying to chase down Jeffrey Erickson for the win from the inside. Erickson picked up his first feature win at the Playground this season. Lomax held off Derek Losh for second. Losh got back to the podium for the first time this season in third.

The 600 sprint feature got off to a rough start with an incident involving five cars at the start/finish line brought out an early red flag. All the drivers were able to walk away and the restart followed shortly thereafter. Nick Yoder received his first feature win of his career by holding off Eric Saunders in second. The podium was rounded out by Dylan Woodling.
The final event of the night was the twelve lap feature for the Cyberstocks where another first time winner got on top of the podium with Jake Straka taking the chercked flag just ahead of Carson Day in second and Kirby Trent finished in third.
This weekend the Playground of Power will host all five divisons again for another exciting night of racing action on Saturday beginning at seven o'clock. Hogue Engines will also be presenting two bicycles to be given away to a very lucky boy and girl.
Plymouth Speedway Fans Enjoy Eight Features on Independence Day
By: Anita Soltis - July 5, 2015
(Plymouth, IN) It was a night packed full of track fireworks as eight features were scheduled at the Playground of Power Saturday night - three of those were makeup features from a rain-out on June 20. It was John Rhoads showing the way in the first makeup feature of the night when he passed Keith Crissinger on the last lap for the win in the Walmart Thunder Stocks division. Bryan Banta took the third place finish in that race. Banta would later find himself on the top of the podium in the second feature of the night as he held off Rhoads in the closing laps. Eric Hunter put on a show with Banta and Rhoads but was later disqualified. Chad McLean was scored as the third place finisher. “I don’t know how I did it, but I kept them behind me,” said Banta on his first feature win of the season. “A year ago I broke my arm that cost me the championship. This makes up for it.”
Eric Saunders took home two first place trophies in the Dickies Restaurant 600 Open Sprints division in both the make up and regularly scheduled features. Saunders’ brother, Garrett, had the lead in the first contest of the night, but spun while leading which put the elder brother at the top of the field. Eric Saunders finished first with Bud McCune and Blake Lamb rounding out the top three in that order. Eric Saunders was the benefactor of a mistake by leader Nick Yoder in the second feature of the evening. Yoder got out of his racing groove on the last restart of the race and hit the cushion on the track. That action allowed Saunders to race on by for the lead. Saunders won the feature with Yoder second and Dylan Woodling in third. “The car was really great. It’s awesome to have so many people who support the track. There are so many people behind me supporting me too. It’s a great feeling,” said Saunders in his post-race interview. The Day family spent the evening leading both of the Bane-Welker Cyber Stock features Saturday night. Carson Day won the makeup feature with Aaron Day following in second and Jake Straka in third. Aaron Day then held off Carson Day and Jake Straka for much of the second feature. The trio started in the back of the pack, but issues with other competitors thinned the field to four drivers at the end of the feature. Straka was bumped by Carson Day in the closing laps and Straka spun. Straka dropped to fourth in the running order while Carson Day was attempting to get track position. Day won the feature with Aaron Day in second place and Alyssa Clark in third. “Carson and Straka have gotten faster as the season has gone on,” laughed Aaron Day. “We didn’t have a great car this evening, but I got lucky and got around them.”
Jamie Lomax quickly took the lead in the only Swan Lake Resort UMP Modified feature of the night and didn’t let anyone else by through the 20-lap feature. Lomax found himself on the bottom part of a three-wide race with lapped cars which allowed the second running car of Derek Losh to reel in Lomax. Lomax didn’t give up the position. Losh later fell to the fourth position when Dillon Nusbaum and Dylan Woodling moved up spots in the field. Nusbaum used the outside lane to get around Woodling for second place as the laps wound down in the contest. Lomax claimed the win while Nusbaum held the second position and Woodling occupied third in the running order. The single WTCA Super Street feature found a different driver on top of the field. Roger Duszynski started on the outside pole and jumped to the lead quickly with points leader David Short in his tracks. Short tried everything he could to get by Duszynski, but he stayed in Duszynski’s rearview mirror. Meanwhile, Calvin Peek, Jr. moved into the third place after pole-sitter Bob McLean fell to the fourth position. Duszynski got the elusive win while Short finished second and Peek, Jr. in third. “David wasn’t getting it - not tonight,” joked Duszynski. “I had a great time! It was good luck for me tonight.” Join us for autograph night on Saturday, July 11 where the drivers will have hero cards to sign for the fans. A regular night of racing is also included with the Swan Lake Resort UMP Modifieds, WTCA Super Streets, Walmart Thunder Stocks, Bane-Welker Cyber Stocks and Dickies Restaurant 600 Open Sprints. The gates open at 4 p.m. with hot laps at 6 p.m. and racing at 7 p.m. ET.
Team VW Audi Thank You to Team VW Audi in Merrillville, IN in helping to sponsor the 410 Non-Wing Sprint shows this season at the Playground of Power!
VIP, Media and Complimentary Passes are requested by emailing by Thursday of the race to: comps@plymouthspeedway.net.
NOTE: The VIP, media, and complimentary passes window closes at 7:30pm each race night. Anyone arriving after that time will be charged admission.
Raceciever - Nitro Bee Mandatory Announcement Transponder and Pouch Announcement
A one-way Raceciever or Nitro Bee is mandatory for every driver in competition at Plymouth Speedway as each driver is required to provide their own Receiver.  Receivers can be purchased by ordering them from Lane Automotive / Motorstate.
Plymouth Speedway will once again be utilizing the Westhold Transponders for our scoring system in 2015. Transponders are required and a nightly rental fee of $5 is required unless rented for the season for $60. The track will supply a transponder each night with a valid ID.
A transponder pouch is required that is specifically designed to hold the track’s transponder.
A transponder pouch can be purchased at the track on any race night for $18. Note we will NOT rent transponder pouches to drivers.
Non Wing 410 Drivers and Owners: Playground of Power – Walmart Kids Club
Tire rule for all Plymouth Speedway non wing shows is Hoosier right rear medium only and the fronts and left rear are open.

Attention all parents and kids! Plymouth Speedway will be having a Playground Of Power Walmart Kids Club for the 2015. The kids club will be over seen by Justin and Andrew Hayn. They have a lot of great things planned for all the kids this season. More Information will be coming soon. Thanks Walmart for being a great partner with Plymouth Speedway.

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Kid's Bicycle Give Away Nights
The Plymouth Speedway is proud to announce the following dates need will be Kid's Bicycle Give Away Nights at the Playground of Power. Any child will have an opportunity to win a bicycle on the following dates. Be sure to mark your calendars! Drivers if you would like to donate bikes for any of the above dates we need a girl and a boy bicycle for each night. If interested please contact Andrew or Justin and we thank you in advance from the Playground of Power.
Saturday May 2, 2015
Saturday June 20, 2015
Saturday July 18, 2015
August 8, 2015
Michiana Balloon Rides
Plymouth Speedway is proud to announce that Michiana Balloon Rides will be providing hot air balloon tether rides on our grounds on three select Friday evenings (Weather permitting). The days are June 12th, August 14th, and October 16th. Rides will be $12 for adults, $6 for children 12 and under. Come out to the speedway and float 50-75ft above your favorite track in a Hot Air Balloon.

For more information check out Michiana Balloon Rides on facebook www.michianaballoonrides.com or contact Brian at (574) 780-4560.

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World of Outlaws Sprint Cars Invading Indiana’s Plymouth Speedway on October 17 for First Time in History
Series sets 2015 schedule by shifting Kokomo (Ind.) Speedway to June 3, canceling March 27 event at Merced (Calif.) Speedway
CONCORD, N.C. - Jan. 26, 2015 - The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series will make its inaugural appearance at historic Plymouth (Ind.) Speedway this season. The addition of Plymouth, and two other schedule adjustments, sets the tour for 2015.
The Outlaws will invade Plymouth on Saturday, Oct. 17, with an event that will have an earlier than normal 5 p.m. start time. It will be the fourth World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series event in Indiana this season, joining races at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Lawrenceburg Speedway and Kokomo Speedway.
The track, 25 miles south of South Bend, Ind., is a 3/8-mile dirt oval that regularly features DIRTcar UMP Modifieds and sprint cars, among other events, throughout its season. In operation since 1952, the track is undergoing significant improvements for the upcoming year including a new racing surface and grandstands.
"The heartbeat of sprint car racing lies in Indiana and at places like Plymouth Speedway," said World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Director Carlton Reimers. "We are thrilled to bring the The Greatest Show on Dirt to the historic track this season for the first time ever. It is sure to be an exciting event."
In other changes, the series will shift the Tuesday, June 2, event at Kokomo (Ind.) Speedway to Wednesday, June 3, and the event initially scheduled for Friday, March 27 at Merced (Calif.) Speedway has been canceled.
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For the latest updates plus event and schedule information, go to www.WorldofOutlaws.com. Follow the World of Outlaws on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/WorldofOutlaws and on Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/WorldofOutlaws.

About Plymouth Speedway:
Plymouth Speedway features a three-eighths (0.375) mile banked dirt oval owned by Ed Kennedy. Five different classes of racing are featured: UMP Modifieds, Non-wing 600 Sprints, Thunder Stocks, Cyber Stocks and Super Streets. Regular season races are scheduled in the months of April through August on Saturday nights with several special events. For information, follow Plymouth Speedway’s official Facebook page, @PlymouthSpeed on Twitter or email info@plymouthspeedway.net
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