Little Valley Speedway News
LITTLE VALLEY SPEEDWAY WELL REPRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL OLEAN CAR SHOW

LITTLE VALLEY, NY- With the 33rd Annual Olean Center Mall Car Show now safely in the books, the focus is firmly placed on the 2015 race season. Little Valley Speedway was well represented at the three day Olean Car Show, as thousands of curious race fans flocked to the event to check out the new race cars and displays spread throughout the Olean Center Mall.

Little Valley staff members were on hand all weekend long, handing out 2015 schedule cards and answering questions regarding the upcoming season.

According to representatives of the track, “We were very pleased with the turnout of fans, sponsors, drivers, and crew members that came to the show and stopped by to visit the Little Valley display booth. The feedback we received from the folks that stopped by was generally very positive, as everyone is looking forward to the 2015 race season. On behalf of all of us at Little Valley we want to thank show organizer, Rod Biehler for inviting us to this high profile event which kicks off the race season. It was great to see old friends and make new acquaintances as we look forward to a successful 2015 at the track.”

Most of the classes that will compete at Little Valley during the upcoming season were represented, including numerous Super Late Models, Crate Late Models, Street Stocks, and Winged 360 Sprints. The 360 Late Models, along with 358/370 Modifieds will also see action at the speedway in 2015, which will kick off its season with the traditional Memorial Day Weekend Late Model Special on Sunday, May 24, with race time at 6:30 pm.

For more information regarding the entire 2015 schedule of events, registration for rainedout.com, class rules, track procedure, officials, directions to the track, and more, simply log on to www.littlevalleyspeedway.com.


LITTLE VALLEY SPEEDWAY NOW ONBOARD WITH RAINEDOUT.COM

(Little Valley, NY) Fans, employees, sponsors, drivers and race teams that are involved with the Little Valley Speedway in Little Valley, NY will now be able to register at www.rainedout.com for the 2015 race season.

According to sources at the track, “This will make it much easier for everyone that is registered on race days when the weather becomes an issue. In the past it is virtually impossible for everyone to try and call the track hard line as the phone is virtually tied up all day with people trying to call in. When the fans, race teams, track employees and sponsors register at www.rainedout.com they will receive a message either on their computer or cell phone letting them know that the races have been cancelled due to weather related problems.” Registering is easy by simply going to the track web site at www.littlevalleyspeedway.com and click onto the blue rainedout.com logo on the home page. This will take you to the www.rainedout.com home page where under, “Search Term” you enter the words, “Little Valley Speedway, Little Valley, NY. Under the word, “Category” scroll down to “Motorsports/Auto Racing, click on and find the name Little Valley Speedway, Little Valley, NY click on and follow the directions on how to register. The entire process is free and takes less than 5 minutes.

“The whole idea of this is to make it more convenient for the people that are involved with Little Valley. If it is raining on race day and we have to pull the plug this is the quickest and most efficient way of getting the work out to everyone that has registered hopefully saving folks any unnecessary time and fuel.” That again according to the management of the Little Valley Speedway.

For more information including the Official 2015 Schedule of Events as well as news, rules, track personnel, directions to the facility and more simply log on at www.littlevalleyspeedway.com

Little Valley will be present at the upcoming Olean Center Car Show at the Olean Mall on March 13-15, 2015 where representatives of the track will be onboard to hand out schedule cards and answer questions regarding the upcoming season.


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