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Little Valley Speedway to Host Traditional Freedom Daze Show, With Added Bonus

LITTLE VALLEY, NY- Little Valley Speedway is set for its traditional two day Freedom Daze program on Friday, July 3rd and Saturday, July 4th, featuring racing on Friday and a two division demolition derby on Saturday.

The Friday show is the Freedom Daze Late Model Special and Sprint Doubleheader, sponsored by NAPA of Salamanca, which features the Super Late Models racing for $3,000 to win, with the added bonus of the Patriot Sprints, returning after several years, running for $2,000 to win. The Crate Late Models will be in action for the Bill Law Memorial, with a tidy $2,000 to win, as well. Also on the busy card will be the 360 Late Models and the E-Mods both vying for a $750 first place check.

The ambitious program will see the gates opening at 4:00, with hot laps at 6:00 and racing at 7:00. Admission for this special show is $20 for adults, with those under twelve admitted free. Pit passes are $30.

The Fourth of July program on Saturday, sponsored by Coca Cola, will feature a two division demo derby, with the large car division paying $1,000 to win, while the small car winner will receive a check for $750. Admission for this event is $8.00, with those under eight admitted free. This show always draws a big crowd, so get there early. Gates open at 3:30, with the action starting at 7:30. The show concludes with a fireworks spectacular to commemorate Independence Day.

Little Valley Speedway is located on the Cattaraugus County Fair Grounds on Rt. 353 in Little Valley, NY, just a few miles north of the Salamanca exit of I-86 and eight miles west of the resort town of Ellicottville, which is on US Rt. 219. Rt 242 in Ellicottville will take you right to Rt. 353, just south of the Speedway.

Fan amenities at the track include a covered grandstand with stadium seats, free parking, free camping with hookups (early arrival is available), and great food, highlighted by its famous pizza and two-hand fried dough. Other attractions in the area include the Seneca Casino in Salamanca, Allegheny State Park, the jewel of the New York State Park system, and the Kinzua Dam and reservoir. Plan on spending your holiday weekend in and around Little Valley Speedway.


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