Mother Nature Deals Woodhull Raceway Lump Of Coal- ‘Christmas in July’ Rained Out
Media Contact: Steven Ovens - email@example.com For Immediate Release – July 21st, 2018 –
(WOODHULL, NY) – Mother Nature, on top of not being a fan of 360 sprint cars, is also not a fan of Santa Claus and Christmas apparently.
A large cold front from Pennsylvania, all the way to Northern Virginia is heading due North and Woodhull Raceway is in the direct path of the storm right around the time general admission gates would be opening for the night.
Racing for July 21st has been cancelled, with the ‘Christmas in July’ bike giveaways being held off until August 18th , when Kibbe Concrete will return to present the night’s activities. It will be an extra special night for the kids as not only will there be bicycle giveaways, but the annual back-to-school backpack giveaways will also take place.
Kibbe Concrete will present “Christmas in August” on and off the racetrack on that Saturday night at “New York’s Toughest Bullring.”
Representatives from the capital district-based NYSSCA program will be in attendance as well for their annual safety award night. NYSSCA is an organization designed to support the many competitors in dirt track racing with their membership program and initiatives like their injured drivers reserve fund that has supported countless drivers in their time of need.
Race fans are encouraged to sign up for the fastest alerts from Woodhull Raceway’s Rained Out Alert system by sending the text message “WoodhullAlert” to 84483, message and data rates may apply.
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Woodhull Raceway is located in Woodhull, NY, just 30 minutes West of Corning, NY and competes weekly on Saturday nights from mid-April through Labor Day Weekend. The track offers several special events including the Patriot Sprint Tour 360 Sprints in May and July and the Short Track Super Series Modifieds in early-August.