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Last Friday For Awhile

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This past weekend saw the end of regular season racing for the 2013 season at Paris Speedway. The action this week will now shift to our season finale which will take place Saturday afternoon during the Paris Fair and will be held under the Flat track Canada banner. The racing action was awesome in every class last week but a special shout out goes to Doug Lawrence who was making a rare appearance in Paris and also to Jimmy Mccullough ...

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Not Again !!!

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For the second time in two weeks, the big winner at Paris Speedway appears to be Mother Nature. With the track already taking in a lot of moisture over the past day and a not so favourable forecast in sight, the decision has been made to cancel the races for July 5th. Hope to see everybody at practice next Tuesday and we look forward to providing another great night of action on July 12th.

See Ya Next Friday
Tumblin Todd

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Doug x 2

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Fans were once again treated to a great show last Friday at Paris Speedway. With the program moving along at record pace, the races were over and the bikes were loaded before Jason Hunter’s little ones were even tucked into bed. With seven intermediate/expert riders on hand, they put on a great show as always. It is amazing the speeds these guys can reach on the tiny track and they continue to entertain the fans week after ...

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U.S. Invasion

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Action last Friday at Paris Speedway saw the Lions share of the money head south of the border as two of America’s finest made a stop at the short track. “Flyin” Ryan Wells and Corey Crawford made the trip from New York a day early as they were headed to the Flat Track Canada event in Welland on Saturday. In the intermediate/ expert final it was all Wells as he won on the short track for the second time in ...

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Perfect Playday

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This past Saturday was another wonderful day at the track with a large contigent of riders taking advantage of the awesome weather (finally) to turn some laps on the famed short track in Paris. Practice was intense at times with groups of riders engaged in some great battles that were as entertaining as many race nights.
Once again Outlaw Productions was on hand taking video and photos of all of the action. They do great work so make sure you ...

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Molnar Mania

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The final Friday night points event has come and gone. With the Paris Fair this weekend, the races will be held on Saturday afternoon in front of what will undoubtedly be the biggest crowd of the season.
Last Friday the racers on hand once again put on a great show for the Paris faithful. Ride of the night would have to go to Jordan Molnar in the 50 Shaft A final. Languishing at the back of the pack for a ...

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Fri. Aug.10th Cancelled

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Friday Aug.10th Race is CANCELLED due to weather. We’ve been holding out to see how thing’s will shape up. Unfortunately the track is at it’s peak amount of moisture and any more rain will water log it. On the radar, it looks like about another 2 hours of rain. So keeping everyone that travels in mind we are cancelling it. I hope to see everyone out next Friday. We only have 3 left, so make sure you’re there!

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Track Perfection

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After a not so promising start to the evening Friday, action got underway on what was most likely the nicest racing surface of the year. A twenty-five minute rain combined with dedicated track prep by Joe Hesmer combined to give the riders a beautiful track to race on.
Tyler Seguin was the big winner on the night as he took the flat track expert class victory despite an inspired ride by Braden Vallee in second. Seguin also put on quite ...

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Baja Mania Hits Paris

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This past Friday saw a baja invasion as eight riders took the green light in the mens class. With the return of some of our original baja riders from Welland, the action was intense all night long. Bob Howard managed to take the victory in one heat as Jason Hunter was beaten for the first time this year. In the final however, with $30 donated prize money on the line for the top three, Hunter got his revenge and crossed ...

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Thrills And Spills

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Friday the 13th provided plenty of action for the fans at Paris Speedway. As well as some great racing, the races provided some nasty spills as well. The ATV final provided plenty of action as usual as with eight quads out there fighting for space in the corner there is bound to be some contact between them. For the second time in the last few weeks Amanda Van Ginkel took a nasty tumble in turn three with her quad going ...

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