Tri-Track Open Mod Series Headed To Oxford Plains As Part Of Prestigious Oxford 250 Weekend

(Press Release from Tri-Track Open Modified Series)

On Saturday, August 24, 2019, the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) will make its debut at 3/8-mile Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) in Oxford, ME, for the running of the Oxford Plains 100.

Known for its short straights and wide, sweeping turns, the open-wheel action at OPS on the eve of the Oxford 250 promises to be intense with a stacked field of talented modified competitors scheduled to compete. 

“We are really excited to be running at Oxford Plains Speedway,” said Series managing partner, Wayne Darling, “and honored to have been invited by Tom Mayberry and his team to run on Oxford 250 weekend. We know that the Tri-Track drivers and teams will put on a show worthy of this weekend.” 

Pit gates open at 9am on Saturday, August 24. Grandstands open at 10:30am for a full-day of practice from 10:30 to approximately 4:00pm followed by an evening of great racing action that also includes Street Stocks, Vintage racers, Classic Lites, Legends and ACT Late Models. Heat races are scheduled to go green at 4:30pm followed immediately by feature racing. 

Pit admission on Saturday is $40. Grandstand admission is $30 for adults. Juniors, ages 6-12, are $15. Oxford’s traditional Family 4 Pack (2 Adults & 2 juniors) will be available for $65. Skyboxes seats are also available for $50 for adults and $25 for juniors.

The first three races of the TTOMS series have been nothing short of outstanding with heated battles right down to the wire. Series standouts Matt Hirschman of Northampton, PA, Ronnie Williams of Ellington, CT, and Ron Silk of Norwalk, CT, have each posted impressive victories. 

And while the action will be much the same, the man standing in victory lane may be different. Despite being the first visit by the Tri-Track Open Modified Series, a number of competitors have competed at Oxford. The Modified Racing Series competed at the facility for many years.  With OPS experience and modified wins to their credit Anthony Nocella of Berlin, MA, Andy Shaw of Center Conway, NH,  and Kirk Alexander of W. Swanzey, NH could be considered favorites to win on August 24. 

Nocella won in 2016 when the Modified Racing Series last visited the historic oval; Alexander in 2007. Shaw has a number of starts at the track in both full-fendered and open wheel racers; winning several races in the Pro All Star Series (PASS) Modifieds. 

Hirschman, Williams, Silk, of course, can’t be counted out. Matt Swanson, with back-to-back podium finishes in TTOMS competition and Andy Jankowiak, with a string of strong finishes in various Modifieds series this summer, are both poised and ready for a Series victory. 

 Other contenders include Woody Pitkat, Tommy Barrett, Les Hinckley, Russ Hersey, and Richard Savary. The stout entry list is dotted with great talent from up and down the east coast and includes the likes of   Geoff Rollins, Joey Jarvis, Jacob Dore,  Matt Galko, Jeff Gallup, Andrew Charron, Kurt Vigeant, Colbey Fournier, Brian Robie, Calvin Carroll, Anthony Sesely, Bill Dixon, Jon Kievman, Carl Medeiros Jr., CJ Bolton and Brad Babb.  

For more information on the Tri-Track Open Modified Series, log on to or find the series on Facebook and Twitter. 

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  1. James Schaefer says

    ( title has Oxford 50, not Oxford 250)

    Purse for Aug24 Oxford Tri Track Open Modified Series at Oxford Plains Speedway 100 – $43,250 – plus non qualifiers

    1 – 6000
    2 – 3500
    3 – 3000
    4 – 2500
    5 – 2000
    6 – 1500
    7 – 1450
    8 – 1400
    9 – 1350
    10- 1300
    11- 1250
    12- 1200
    13- 1200
    14- 1200
    15- 1200
    16- 1200
    17- 1200
    18- 1200
    19- 1200
    20- 1200
    21- 1200
    22- 1200
    23- 1200
    24- 1200
    25- 1200
    26- 1200

    $700 for non qualifiers/ $500 for non qualifers that are not pre registered

    Not totally confirmed, as teams are still ordering tires, but looks like a 30 car field
    02 – Geoff Rollins
    04 – Joey Jarvis
    05 – Jacob Dore
    3 – Matthew Swanson
    3 – Matt Galko
    4 – Jeff Gallup
    6 – Woody Pitkat
    7 – Andrew Charron
    7 – Kurt Vigeant
    9 – Tommy Barrett
    12 – Steven Dickey
    16 – Colbey Fournier
    21 – Les Hinckley
    25 – Brian Robie
    25 – Calvin Carroll
    25 – Ronnie Williams
    27 – Anthony Sesely
    33 – Bill Dixon
    35 – Kris Watson
    48 – Jon Kievman
    50S – Ron Silk
    50 – Carl Medeiros Jr.
    60 – Matt Hirschman
    63 – CJ Bolton
    66 – Andy Shaw
    71 – Brad Babb
    76 – Kirk Alexander
    82 – Larry Barnett
    88 – Russ Hersey
    92 – Anthony Nocella
    99 – Richard Savary
    573 – Andy Jankowiak

  2. Crazy in NY says

    Gonna be a long haul for the NY division of MH60 racing (both of us) but we as a team are very much looking forward to this new to us event. No reason you New Englanders closer can’t be there. We like a challenge and this race is sure to be one. I can’t wait.

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