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 Evergreen Postpones “March Madness” Enduros;
Revises Four Banger Sunday Format
 
St. Johns, PA-  Due to the severity of the storm that is predicted to slam the east coast, Evergreen Raceway has decided to postpone their “March Madness” Enduros to Sunday, March 26.
 
“I’d rather make this decision early and allow for teams to plan for the next show”, noted speedway promoter, Jason Makarewicz.
 
“The last thing that anyone wants is for someone to have an accident on the way to the track or as they’re headed home. This way it’ll give everyone time to prepare for the final event of our Triple Crown Series.”
 
Fans that attend “March Enduro Madness” won’t only see each event winner, but also the final Triple Crown Series champions for the 4-Cylinder and 6/8-Cylinder Enduro divisions.
 
Drivers can save $10 by pre-registering. The pre-registration fee is $40 per event. If drivers are not pre-registered on race day, the fee to compete is $50. The pre-entry deadline has been extended to March 23.
 
Upon arrival at the track, drivers will pull pills for their starting positions. All pre-registered drivers will start ahead of those who were not pre-registered. All drivers must visit the track office upon arrival to the track. Each driver will receive a slip with their starting position. Any pre-registered driver(s) who are not present for the drivers meeting will have to start at the rear of the field. No exceptions.
 
The pit gates will swing open for all of the series events at 10 AM. The drivers meeting will take place at 12 noon and racing will kick off at 1:00 PM.
 
Grandstand admission for each event is just $5. Pit admission is $25 and the transponder rental fee is $10.
 
Prior to the schedule revision, the track planned on hosting an event called “Four Banger Sunday”. That event is now pushed out to Sunday, April 9. The divisional format has been adjusted and the divisions on the card are the Evan’s Roadhouse Four Cylinders and the Wheel’s Bar & Grill Junior Four Cylinders. The regular Four Cylinder feature will be 40 laps and thanks to Thanks to J & K Auto Service and Race Fab, Big Al's Subpar Sandwich Shop, Lehigh Valley Grand Prix and Talk Shirty to Me, the winner will take home $400. The Legends and Bandoleros were originally scheduled. However, due to work that is needed on the apron of the track, those divisions have been replaced with a 40-lap “Soccer Mom 40” minivan Enduro.
 
 
Those who wish to compete in the Soccer Mom 40 event will be charged a $40 registration fee on race day. Drivers are to follow the regular Enduro event rules for the event. The payout will be based on the speedway’s standard Enduro payout sheet, based on car count.
 
The pit gates on Sunday, April 9 will swing open at 10:30 AM. Four Cylinder practice will kick off at 12:30 PM and racing will begin at 2 PM. The grandstands will open at 11 AM. Grandstand admission is just $5 for adults and free for kids 12 years of age and younger. Pit admission is $35 and transponder rental fee is $10.
      
       
                                 "March Madness" Enduro Links for Sunday, March 26    
 
PRE-REGISTRATION FORM        RACE PURSE       SERIES RULES       PRE-REGISTRATION LIST
                                                          
                                                               
                                                            TRIPLE CROWN STANDINGS
       
   
 
Evergreen’s “March Enduro Madness” Triple Crown Finale is Slated for March 26
 
St. Johns, PA (2/16/2017) Thanks to the support received from the first two of three “Triple Crown Series” events, it’s been a successful start to the 2017 season at Evergreen Raceway. The final leg of the series is slated for Saturday, March 18 and the first two events have been nothing short of exciting and entertaining.
  The “Triple Crown Series” are points paying events. The top five finishers in each 4-Cylinder and 6/8-Cylinder Enduro will receive a payout and trophy, in accordance with Evergreen’s Enduro payout schedule, which is listed on their website.
   Drivers will receive one point per position based on where they finish after tech inspection (one point per position. Ex: 20 cars, winner gets 20 pts, 2nd gets 19, etc).
   Several sponsors have come onboard for the series, including Wheel’s Bar & Grill and Piechota’s Service Center, who added an extra $100 to the Four Cylinder race winner for each event during the three race series.
   Drivers are asked to keep a tally of their mileage to the track, as kitchen managers Kevin and April Makarewicz will present the furthest traveled 6/8-cylinder Enduro racer with a $100 Visa gift card. FULL STORY
 
 
Verwys and O’Neill in Tune with Winter Blues Victories
St. Johns, PA (2/11/2017)- With snow and slush covering the racing surface at Evergreen Raceway, Seventy six entrants took part in the second leg of the speedway’s ‘Triple Crown Series’. Spring like temperatures helped bring fans to the track for the action, which was intense in the early going. When it was all said and done, Pete Verwys of Stroudsburg came home with the ‘Winter Blues’ Four Cylinder Enduro victory. After starting fifth on the grid in the 6/8-Cylinder portion of the show, Harry O’Neill of Mountaintop grabbed the lead and never looked back for his second straight victory.
   Bob Wink started from the pole and led the first circuit of the 100-lap Four Cylinder Enduro. Dave Imler, Jr. held second, followed by Frank Shetler, Chris Rose and Tom Stevens.
   With four laps complete, Pete Verwys grabbed second and set his sights on the leader. Three laps later Verwys made a bid for the lead, which was a success. Meanwhile, Scott Adams cracked the top five and later challenged Wink for second. FULL STORY
 
Letter from the promotor:
   I would like to address a concerning issue that occurred at the kick off of the 2017 season at Evergreen Raceway, but I would first like to thank all the staff, drivers, crews and fans that attended. It was a super cold day in Northeast PA, and we tried our best to be prepared but the cold temps sure made it tough. Given some of the uncontrollable weather related contributing situations, at the end of the day, it was a successful day at the races. Racers came to race and the fans got to enjoy some awesome racing!!!
   The purpose of the Evergreen Raceway Enduro Division is to keep the car build cost to a minimum, keeping the series an affordable racing experience. I am extremely upset with what I saw on Saturday,regarding the fair amount of full built race carsthat were present. We occasionally host a race in our Enduro Series called Open Competition (run whatcha brung) but this past Saturday wasn’t one of them. The Enduro 4 cylinder and or the 6/8 cylinder class is a street car division. By no means was this series brought to life many years ago to host machines that are equipped with locked rears, racing gears with worked up power plants. Evergreen Raceway has multiple car divisions that will be ran throughout the 2017 season. Look over the rules on our website and see what division your machine falls into. The Enduro divisionisstrictly a GUTand GO. Take a current or past street driven automobile, follow the Enduro Series rules that are listed on our website and build your ride to the specifications.One “non-stock” item we will allow are racing wheels. This exception is for the safety of the drivers and fans. All four wheels must maintain the stock vehicle offset and all four must be the same size.
   Moving forth into the 2017 season, if you attend a regular divisional Enduro event and pilot a ride that is fully caged, has a locked rear, racing gears, a worked up motor, YOU WILL GET CAUGHT in our pre-race tech. If your machine is found to be illegal, you will be disqualified and NO REFUNDSwill be given.
   I understand the actions that are being set in place may chase cars awayand fuel up the track bashing that will now begin on the world wide diary, but by us allowing a car that is built outside of the specifications, it’s diverting many individuals from turning that Sundance sitting under the pine tree into their racing hot rod. It keeps newbie and old Enduro competitorsfrom making a decision to purchase a low budget car or even buy an already built Enduro.
   On a very personal note, when the original Enduro Series was born at Evergreen Raceway, me and my team would get a car on a Thursday, prepare her to the rules, hit Perky’s up for a set of his finest tires and we were ready for some Sunday fun. For me, Enduro racing is all about taking a 1986 four door Crown Vic, decaled up with my car number from the cheapest rattle can of paint mark’s Wholesale had that day….then on race day, hitting 50 MPH down the stretches pushing up into the turns like a bull dozer, hoping that right front tire can sustain 100 laps of my abuse. Fellow racers, love or hate me but it is with all the best of intent, to get back to what this series was meant for. 
   Evergreen Raceway has purchased all the necessary equipment needed to tech motors for the 2017 Season. As stated earlier, come cheated up, we will catch you, you will be disqualified and NO REFUNDS will be given. 
   Thanks,  Jason Makarewicz
 
 
 
 
Area Businesses Establishing Relationships with Evergreen Raceway
St. Johns, PA (1/8/2017)- The official 2017 racing season at Evergreen Raceway officially kicked off last Saturday with their “Snowball 100” Enduros. However, it’s not the only thing that the track managers have been gearing up for, even prior to the end of last season. Improvements on the speedway grounds have been ongoing for months and the sponsorship hunt has also been ongoing. Recently, the speedway decided to extend an incentive filled sponsorship proposal to several area businesses, which paid off to establish a relationship between the speedway and those businesses. FULL STORY
 
 
 
 
Bryan Kelly and Harry O’Neill Snowball to Success at Evergreen
St. Johns, PA (1/7/2017)- The 2017 racing season officially kicked off Saturday at Evergreen Raceway with their “Snowball 100” Enduros. The event is the first leg of the speedway’s “Triple Crown Series”, which will run through the winter months of this season. Nearly 50 Four Cylinders took the green for the 100-lap show and when it was all said and done, Bryan Kelly of Long Island, NY passed post race tech to back into victory. Following a torrid battle with TJ Kapish, Harry O’Neill of Mountaintop, PA pulled off his first win in the 6/8-Cylinder division. FULL STORY
 
 


Evergreen Raceway Announces 2017 Divisions and Race Dates
St. Johns, PA (12/28/2016)- Following an uphill battle but yet successful 2016 racing season at Evergreen Raceway, track management has been going nonstop with plans and improvements for the 2017 season at the historic one third mile asphalt oval. Most improvements to the speedway grounds are currently underway and the torrid pace of upgrades and planning is also in continuation.
   The season schedule that is released features events for the Modifieds, Late Models, Street Stocks, Four Cylinders, Enduros, INEX Legends and Bandoleros. New divisions were added as well, including a division for Junior Four Cylinder drivers, the Outlaw Stocks and Strictly Stock vehicles. The speedway has decided to limit their regular shows to a maximum of three or four divisions per race day, which will give those in attendance just the right amount of action that they’ll be hungry for. 
   As done in the past, the speedway will begin their season with Sunday afternoon shows before switching to Friday evenings during the anticipated hot summer months. The season will close out with regular shows switching back to Sunday and many special events are planned in between, including Drifting and classic and custom car shows. FULL STORY
 
 
 
 
Evergreen’s “Triple Crown Series” Gaining Steam and Sponsors
St. Johns, PA (12/4/2016) Since the announcement of their upcoming “Triple Crown Series” for Enduro drivers to have a little fun during the off season, Evergreen Raceway has been busy with ongoing track improvements in preparation for the much anticipated wintertime series. The excitement and momentum has been building, which helped bring additional sponsors to the table, bringing additional incentives for the racers.
   The “Triple Crown Series” will be a points paying event and the top five finishers in each 4-Cylinder and 6/8-Cylinder Enduro will receive a payout and trophy, in accordance with Evergreen’s Enduro payout schedule, which is listed on the speedway website. Drivers will receive one point per position based on where they finish after tech inspection (one point per position. Ex: 20 cars, winner gets 20 pts, 2nd gets 19, etc).
   Thanks to former track champion, Dale Fey, and his business, Wheel's Bar & Grill, ad additional $100 will be given to the Four Cylinder Triple Crown Series champion. An additional $250 was donated by an anonymous sponsor as well. With those sponsors added to the Four Cylinder Triple Crown champion, along with the $500 prize put up by the speedway, the Four Cylinder Trip Crown champion will take home an impressive $850. FULL STORY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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