Oswego’s Gearing Up For Syracuse Motorsports Expo; Cars On Display & FREE iRacing Sim For Fans

Story By: CAMDEN PROUD / OSWEGO SPEEDWAY – OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego Speedway is readying for the 35th edition of the Syracuse Motorsports Expo scheduled for Saturday, March 11, and Sunday, March 12 inside the Center of Progress Building at the New York State Fairgrounds.

Returning as part of the Speedway booth this year is the 2-Seat Supermodified, and new to the Expo will be the Flack Racing No. 23 Small Block Super machine, driven to the 2022 Pathfinder Bank SBS track championship by driver Dan Kapuscinski.

Kapuscinski steered the potent Steve Flack-owned ride to seven feature wins enroute to back to back Speedway championships last season, later capping it all off with a victory in the 31st Bud Light SBS Classic on Labor Day Weekend.

A veteran of Supermodified and Small Block Super Racing, Kapuscinski will next be making the move back to full-time Super racing this year, this time doing so in a winged 350 Supermodified; a 2000 Steve Gioia built chassis, prepared by the Flack Racing team.

The Flack Racing SBS will see track time on the Small Block Super Championship Series in ‘23, plus Oswego’s $1,500 to win Mr. Pathfinder Bank SBS event on July 22, and the 32nd edition of the 60-lap Bud Light SBS Classic on Sunday, September 3.

Fans will be able to get their hands on 2023 Oswego Speedway schedule cards at the Syracuse Motorsports Expo, along with schedule information for Oswego Kartway and Small Block Super Championship Series.

The Speedway booth will also be broadcasting FloRacing highlights from the 2022 season & selling merchandise.


MARDON PC Offering FREE iRacing Simulator for Fans

MARDON PC based in Odenton, MD, will offer race fans the exciting opportunity to try their hand at an iRacing Simulator free of charge during the Syracuse Motorsports Expo on March 11 and 12.

MARDON PC will also partner with Oswego Speedway to present the Rookie of the Year awards for both the Pathfinder Bank SBS and J&S Paving 350 Super divisions this season. The Mardon simulator will be located in the Oswego Speedway booth for the duration of the Expo.

“I am really excited to partner with Oswego Speedway this season in a new capacity,” said Mardon owner and former SBS Classic Champion, Bryan Haynes. ”MARDON PC really brings both of my passions together, racing and technology. When I started sim racing before COVID took hold I kind of pulled all of my buddies in with me. I saw that the computers available just were not up to my standards and I started building. Before I knew it, more people wanted my computers and unique components. I’m looking forward to being on hand with a MARDON sim at the Syracuse Expo next month.”

MARDON PC is the top choice for serious gamers, occasional gamers, professionals or any one that requires top tier performance from a computer. MARDON PC is focused on building quality performance PCs specifically targeting sim racing, esports, and other PC gaming.

MARDON PCs start with quality components that have been painstakingly tested to find optimal configuration at every budget level. MARDON then maximizes the potential of PC’s by creating positive air flow environment ensuring efficient cooling and limiting dust buildup within the case.

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The Syracuse Motorsports Expo will run from 10am to 8pm on Saturday, March 11, and from 10am to 4pm on Sunday, March 12. The cost is $13 for adults, $5 for kids ages 6 to 12, and admission is FREE for those 5 and under. A two day pass is available for $20.

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