Maynard Troyer Classic Aug. 30 At Spencer Speedway To Feature Troyer Manufacturing Involvement

(Press release from Race of Champions Series)

– Troyer Manufacturing to Give Away Chassis, Pay for first 150 Children at Maynard Troyer Classic

The Maynard Troyer Classic has become one of the most lucrative short track races on any Modified Series schedule. Just 60-laps in distance, $6,000-to-win, over $5,000 in lap money raised by Maynard Troyer’s son, Kenny and now Troyer Manufacturing has stepped to the plate.

Troyer Manufacturing has agreed to pay for the first 150 children through the gate on Friday, August 30, 2019 along with a chassis being awarded. The winner of the chassis will be drawn by the winner. The entire field will be eligible for the chassis drawing. There will also be a midway display from Troyer Manufacturing.

“Our goal is to keep all of Modified racing healthy,” stated Troyer Manufacturing owner, Rob Fuller. “The health of Modified racing overall regardless of the Series is very critical to our business. With the Race of Champions right here in our backyard, it provides us a tremendous opportunity to emphasize that and with this event, it really hits home and it’s going to be special. It’s an event Maynard (Troyer) would be proud of.”

Maynard Troyer is the Patriarch for the Troyer Race Car brand.  Troyer had an unrivaled racing career, becoming one of the top Modified racers in the history of the sport, competing in Late Models, Super Modifieds, even a NASCAR Winston Cup Car, before creating the brand that carried his name and has defined Modified racing for decades.

The Race of Champions Late Model Series will bring Late Model racing back to action at Spencer as well as the Wilbert’s U-Pull It Super Six division to round out an exciting night of racing.

The “Food Truck Frenzy” featuring local food trucks and tastes from the area will also make its return and give fans the final opportunity of the 2019 season to take part in this unique race track food experience.

The gates open at 5:00 pm at Spencer Speedway for fans, with qualifying to follow at 7:15 pm on Friday, August 30.

Where: Spencer Speedway, Williamson, N.Y.

When: Friday, August 30, 2019. Grandstands open at 5:00 pm, Qualifying at 7:15 pm; all racing to follow.

Tickets: $23 General Admission; $19 for Seniors/Military (65 years and older and Military with proper identification); Children 5-to 15 years of age will be $10; Family Four Pack $40; Children 4-and-under will be Free for this event.

Directions: The track is located just fifteen minutes east of Rochester, N.Y. at 3020 Route 104, Williamson, N.Y. 14589

What: The Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Series Maynard Troyer Classic.

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  1. Crazy in NY says

    All the chassis talkers are nowhere to be found and here we have Fuller/Colton giving away a TA-3
    to an entry in this Fridays Remembering Maynard 60 lap 6k to win affair at Spencer Speedway the night before the Tour race on Classic weekend at the Steel Palace. Some of you might not know but Chuck Hossfeld is retiring after this year and this will be his last go around the famed Spencer oval. Sorry to see him hang it up personally. Come on out and make it a double you NE Mod fans. Not that bad a drive I do it from CNY all the time. Big challenge for a double repeat for Big Money ( oops formally..sorry Doug) so this might prove interesting. Check it out kids..

  2. A chance to win a new chassis, while racing in rememberance of one of modified racings God’s should draw some good talent. A big THANKS to Rob Fuller for this once in a lifetime giveaway. Wonder if the winner will get to choose the chassis.

  3. Crazy i didn’t see Colton s name mentioned anywhere in the article, how many has he given away in previous Troyer Classics

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