Rule Change for 2015!
BMod Rule Changes:
- 2901 intake will no longer be allowed.
- Chrysler Engine Package will no longer be allowed.
- Gear Rule: 486 ONLY.
Street Stock Rule Changes:
- Gen3 Camaros will be allowed.
2014 SEASON CHAMPIONSHIP BANQUET
The Shangri-La 2 Banquet for the 2014 season will be held on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at the Best Western, in Sayre, PA.
Happy Hour 6-7pm
Dinner 7pm, with awards following.
$30 for adults
$20 for 16 and under
Reserve your tickets by contacting Jerry at 607-738-8829 or by mailing your payment.
Reservations AND ticket money needs to be in by February 14, 2014.
Please make checks payable to: Shangri-La 2
Mail checks to:
c/o Shangri-La 2 Banquet
8 Cooper St.
Waverly, NY 14892
Pit Strategy + Power + Talent = Shang 2 RoC Win for Jimmy Zacharias. Noe and Kurzejewski Also Win
by Carol Houssock
(Tioga Center, NY) Shangri-la II Motor Speedway closed out the 2014 season with a trio of Sunday races under perfect racing conditions. Scents wafting in the air ran the gamut from suntan lotion to french fries to race fuel on day two of the track's annual Fall Brawl. When it was over the sharp looking S&W Awards trophies went home with Jimmy Zacharias (ROC Modifieds), Gary Noe (Street Stocks) and Matt Kurzejewski (INEX Legends).
Shangri-la II hosted its third Race of Champions event this season. This one, 100 laps, had no mandatory pit stops. It was pit strategy, however, that ultimately determined the outcome. Winner Jimmy Zacharias opted to stay out and ran the distance on the same tires. Runner-up Matt Hirschman pitted on lap 54 while Chuck Hossfeld, third, took tires on lap 21.
The top three in RoC points – Chuck Hossfeld, Matt Hirschman and Daren Scherer – won the three heat races, earning each five championship points. The top 12 then drew for starting positions, a task that earned Jimmy Zacharias the pole position and Brian DeFebo number two.
The cars lined up on the front stretch for a short and popular fan appreciation visit, during which the Zacharias crew detected and fixed a minor problem. Once the race went green Zacharias took off and left DeFebo behind with Austin Kochenash, Mike Leaty and Hirschman.
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