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The latest tweets from @oswegospeedway. OSWEGO, NY (August 22, 2021) - Dave Shullick Jr. Capped a banner year by not only closing the deal on his second Oswego Speedway Supermodified track championship, but by earning his first career Mr. Supermodified win worth $10,000 this past Saturday at Oswego Speedway.

The Oswego County Legislature designated the week of Tuesday, Oct. 5 through Sunday, Oct. 10, as “Super DIRT Week in Oswego County, New York.” 2021 marks the 49th year of this award-winning event in Central New York and its fifth year in Oswego County. Nearly 35,000 fans and hundreds of competitors will gather in Oswego County to participate in the week-long event, which generates an estimated $12 million economic impact from its various activities. The Oswego Speedway will host the main events, while qualifying events will be held at other dirt tracks in Oswego County and Central New York. Jeff Hachmann, executive director of events, World of Outlaws and DIRTcar Racing, (center) received proclamations from Oswego City Mayor Billy Barlow (left) and Oswego County Legislature Chairman James Weatherup (right).

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OSWEGO, N.Y. — Doug Coby’s day at Oswego Speedway with the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour on September 4 included two fourth-place efforts. Coby qualified the No. 10 Mayhew Tools machine in the fourth spot, ran inside the top-10 for the distance of the Toyota Mod Classic 150, and crossed the line fourth at the finish driving the Doug Coby Racing entry.

Coby’s car was strong — but not quite strong enough to contend for the win — in a race that only had few cautions, and most of the leaders, including Coby, went the entire distance on the same set of tires. Overall, it was a strong day for the Milford, Connecticut, native.

“We had a skip in the motor in practice and we lost a lot of time changing everything we could to try and fix it,” Coby said. “We got rid of whatever it was for qualifying, and we were good there. It was a solid day. We didn’t quite have a car that could contend for the win, but we were right there with some of the other guys who were in the top-five. I would have liked to be a little bit better — but you never know when you are going to get cautions and what sort of grip the track is going to give you at Oswego.”

With Oswego in the rear-view mirror, Coby and the team will head to the next three consecutive weeks to close the Whelen Modified Tour season. Up next will be a trip to Richmond Raceway on Friday, September 10, for 150 laps. Coby’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut with GMS Racing at Bristol Motor Speedway will take place on Thursday, September 16.

For more information on Doug Coby Racing, visit DougCobyRacing.com, where you can find the latest team apparel, updated schedule and results, partners, news and more. You can also follow Doug Coby Racing on Facebook for the latest updates.


Founded in 1856, Mayhew Tools is the oldest punch and chisel manufacturer in the United States, growing their extensive professional grade, American made product line to include pry bars, pneumatics, cable ties, and more. In 2020, the company extended their product line to include a complete line of dual drive and socket bits and sets. Serving the Industrial, Automotive, Hardware, and Construction industries, Mayhew’s premium hand tools are sold globally through an extensive distributor network. For more information, contact Mayhew Tools at 800.872.0037 or visit mayhew.com.


Racing for more than 25 years, Doug Coby is a six-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion and one of the top short-track drivers to come from the state of Connecticut. Coby is a two-time champion at Stafford Motor Speedway, where he built his resume competing in the Late Models, Pro Stocks and SK Modifieds. Coby won his first tour championship in 2012, and followed it up by scoring four straight titles between 2014-2017, and another in 2019. In 2020, Coby opened his own team — Doug Coby Racing — scoring his first win as owner/driver.