Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway
Annual Awards Banquet Information

 

LANCO’S ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUET

LANCASTER HOST SHOWROOM

NOVEMBER 22, 2014

DOORS OPEN: 4:45 PM

DINNER: 5:30 PM

PRICE $38.00 PER PERSON      $15.00 PER PERSON (CHILDREN)

 

We will have five choices for dinner: Chicken, Beef, Pork, Vegetarian and Kid’s Chicken Finger Meal.

Orders must be returned with your check or money or order by November 10, 2014. Please mail to

Kim Adams, 314 Vinemont Road, Reinholds, PA 17569. Any questions, call Kim at 610-678-0748.

Tables will be set up with 10 persons per table. If you have more than 10 in your party you must indicate that at the time of ticket purchase and we will try to seat you as close as possible to each other. .

TO PLACE ADS, THANK YOUS, ETC. IN THE PROGRAM BOOK, PLEASE SEE BARRY ANGSTADT OR CALL HIM AT 610-987-6678.

DOOR PRIZES: PLEASE BRING THEM TO THE BANQUET

Click to download the Banquet Form

REMINDERS:

 

  • YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO RECEIVE AWARDS AND POINT MONEY…NO EXCEPTIONS!!!
  • YOU MAY NOT BRING ANY ALCOHOL IN FROM THE OUTSIDE AS PER STATE LAW.

 

 

 

 
Delay Is Worth The Wait For LaMothe, Miller, Hehnly, & Estep
Written by Barry Angstadt   
Sunday, 14 September 2014 15:46
Newmanstown, PA -  Some "outside the box" thinking provided an opportunity for three drivers to pick up their first career victories at Lanco's Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway in Saturday season-ending Triangle Communications Championship Night event.
Day-long rain had many believing that the 2014 point championships at the Newmanstown, Pa. oval would be determined by Mother Nature. Borrowing a page from public education, however, proved to be a wise decision as Lanco officials initiated a two-hour delay for inclement weather, shifting the entire event's time schedule two hours later than originally planned. The rain moved out and the track crew went to work, prepping the banked oval and overcoming the odds to allow the season finale to be run (and completed) prior to the midnight curfew.
The wait was well worth it for first-time Lanco winners Rebecca LaMothe (600cc), Jas Hehnly (125cc), and Brett Estep (Sportsman). Picking up a double victory in the curtain-closing event was Kenny Miller III (270cc and 250cc Four-Stroke). The 2014 point championships were also decided on the race track, and not by the weather, thanks to the two-hour delay. Claiming this year's track titles were Heath Hehnly (600cc), Mike Rutherford (270cc), Darren Miller (125cc), Curtis R. Miller (Sportsman), and Dave Ravel (250cc Four-Stroke).
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The Clyde Is Featured On LebanonSportsBuzz.com
Written by Barry Angstadt   
Saturday, 06 September 2014 21:37
Link to a feature story (about the Clyde) on LebanonSportsts Buzz.com...
http:// lebanonsportsbuzz.com/2014/09/04/at-clyde-martin-speedway-area-racers-get-down-and-dirty/

 

Thanks to Jeff Falk for the article and photos.
 

 

 

  

The track itself is a 1/8 mile clay oval with banked turns offering five divisions of micro-midget racing each night. (250cc two stroke air cooled sportsman, 125cc two stroke water cooled, 250cc four stroke, 270cc two stroke water cooled, and 600cc four cylinder)  With the most recent improvements completed in the fall of 2006.  The famous track is considered to be a jewel and is highly known for many things.  Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway, also known as Lanco, offers great views, the concessions are one of the best, the spectator bleachers are superb, along with clean restrooms.  Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway  ranks among one of the top tracks anywhere on the east coast.  The facilities and the track offer the best racing and family entertainment.  2012 is our 55th season of promoting professional micro-midget racing.  We welcome you to the "Biggest Little Track" known as the "Clyde".

 

 

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