Nov. 11, 2015
Sept. 20, 2015
Weekend October 16-18
PDTR Qualifying Procedure
PDTR would like to thank Rob Eisentraut, RC Custom
Design, for his dedication and photos for the past several
years. Rob provided quality photos for our website,
promotional needs and for the fans and drivers to purchase.
He was always there to help us in any way he could to
improve PDTR. His wisdom and insight will truly be
We now welcome Frank Motorsports as the new track photographer. We are confident they will provide the same quality photographs you are accustomed to. Melody Frank is the driving force behind the new PDTR Pit Crew Kids Club. Check out Frankmotorsports.com for what they have to offer.
Attention Drivers and Owners:
PDTR will be upgrading to a transponder scoring system in 2015. We are in the process of purchasing the necessary equipment to install in the spring. All cars will need to be equipped with a transponder; either wireless or hard wired. Wireless transponders will be available to rent for $8.00 on race nights or you can purchase your own unit and not have to deal with the hassles on race night of paying to rent and getting the unit attached to your car. Anyone renting on a weekly basis will be required to purchase their own protective mounting pouch and attach it to their car.You can purchase a hard wired transponder for $200. Wireless units, which include rechargeable transponder, charging unit, and Pro Mounting Pouch, sell for $250.
We will be taking orders for both types until Feb. 1st. If the number of orders are large enough the cost of each could be less. The supplier offers discounts when ordering in larger quantities.
In order to be prepared for the start
of the season on May 2nd we ask that all drivers
contact us and tell us whether you already have a
transponder, will purchase from another vendor, will
purchase from us, or will rent on a weekly basis. Contact us
or phone 920-893-5751.
For more information about transponders visit www.raceceiver.com
KIDS CLUB MEMBERSHIP
Kids 15 and under
for more information and updates
|PDTR has had a good season so far because of its
dedicated drivers and would like to thank them by
increasing the purse on the following nights:
July 19 Johnsonville Sausage Late Models $1,200 to win, $190 to start the A Main, $150 all non transfers
July 26 Outlaw Compacts $115 to win, $30 to start A Main, $25 all non transfers
August 2 Aldag Honold Sprints $1050 to win, $225 to start A Main, $190 all non transfers
August 9 Feldmann Sales & Service Grand Nationals $500 to win, $125 to start A main, $110 all non transfers
be thanking the fans on FAN Appreciation Night,
August 9th with a $5 adult admission to the Grandstand. Kids
|Sport Mod Payout for June 28th special
It Is highly recommended that drivers register prior to June 28th so that the data can be entered into PDTR's program. Driver information sheets can be downloaded here Driver Information sheets can be emailed to email@example.com or faxed to 920-892-2399.
|April 28, 2014
Plymouth TV making a call out to any team that uses a GoPro (or other action cam) during the season. I am the producer of the weekly race video that airs on Cable & Internet. Your camera shot could be included!
How it works?
1. Your team signs up
2. I assign you a personal, secure portal to cloud storage space
3. You Upload your clips B4 Sunday noon (you do not have to participate every week)
4. Receive free race downloads all year
All clips will remain secure and confidential...there is no guarantee any clip will be used in the actual show.
This is a great chance for you to showcase your team, and BTW it's also a great sponsor decal spot (free TV advertising). To get started email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|March 3, 2013
PDTR OFFERS NAMING RIGHTS
PDTR is offering you/your business the opportunity to have sole naming rights to one of our four weekly Saturday night divisions. Your name will become part of that division name in all media whenever the division you select is mentioned, for example "Joe's Business Late Models". There are other advantages as well to be coming a division sponsor.
Another opportunity is to be a sponsor of one of the Sprint Car Challenge Nights. The challenge night will be special nights featuring a Fast Dash, extended feature, and potential increase in the A Main purse.
For more information on either opportunity contact Warren Luedke at 920-946-9993
|Aug 3, 2011
This week Jim Schmidt will become the first driver to race 100 nights with PDTR.
Next most in the Late Model class is Bill Rezutek with 83, Rick Scheffler 81 and Russ Scheffler 80.
In the Grand National division, Luke Scholten has 95 nights, Brad Lubach 83 (he raced a Late Model one year) and Matt Yancey 82.
Sprint class is led by Shane Wenninger with 95 nights (he has never missed a night) Doug Wondra has 94, TJ Luedke 93, Ken Jay Fiedler 90.
In the Outlaw division, Travis Arenz has 54 nights which is most among active OC drivers and ties Pagel for the most all-time. Jay Riemer ran 53 nights,
Sunday Aug. 30, 2009
Attention Sprint and Grand National Drivers and Owners:
has had a good year and feels that they can pass something on to the
Sprint and Grand National divisions. We can not increase the purse
at this time, but as we are coming to the end of the season we feel
financially we can do something. We will reward those drivers who
have been with us on a regular basis.
May 19, 2008
|GOOD NEWS FOR SPRINT CARS
PDTR and EWSC contacted Hoosier and American Racer Tire Companies asking for a tire proposal for their respective tracks. It was
explained to the tire companies that any offers made would be good at both EWSC and PDTR. This is important because many drivers
would be racing at both tracks and having the same tire requirement would save the drivers money. After many lengthy phone calls
both companies sent proposals.
After reviewing the options the PDTR and EWSC boards were aware of the importance in choosing a tire that would not burden the racer
witha huge increase in cost. After lengthy deliberations and contacting several drivers for there input the two boards came to the same
tire conclusion;the tire of choice would be the American Racer.Effective July 1, 2008, a new American Racer Right Rear tire and a Left Rear tire
will be allowed at PDTR and EWSC.
The cost of the new right is $175 and the left is $160. Ten dollars per rear tire will be paid back to the tracks. There is also an option on
a front tire at $129. Sippel Racing will be selling the American Racer tires. The current Goodyear tires will be allowed for the entire
2008 season or as long as the supply lasts.
PDTR will put the money into the end of the year payout for the Sprint car division. Anyone racing 75% of the season
will be eligible for this payout. Free tires are also part of the new deal, however PDTR does not know what will be
done with them at this time. We want you to know that anything done with these free tires will benefit the drivers not the track.
|April 18, 2007|
If you are under age 18 and will be entering the pits, for either practice or during the race season, you need to have a Waiver of Liability
Form signed by both parents or guardians. These forms are available at the Fair office. Please call the fair office for more
info and the availability of the forms. 920-893-5751
|Feb. 09, 2005|
A STATEMENT FROM THE SHEBOYGAN COUNTY FAIR BOARD REGARDING THE OPERATION OF THE 2005 RACING PROGRAM ON SATURDAY NIGHTS AT THE FAIR PARK
For several years the Fair Board has been the sounding board for fans and racers. Some of those racers have left because the rules at Plymouth were not compatible with similar divisions that run in the area. These racers noted that with the ever increasing cost of maintaining and operating a race car, one night a week racing is almost unaffordable. After much consideration and several fact finding missions the Fair Board made a decision to promote the racing at the Fair Park and allow all the current participants to continue to race. The Fair Board has hired a Race Director, George Baumann, to oversee the entire racing operation. Mr Baumann contacted several surrounding area tracks and discussed their track rules and under his direction rules for each division were made. These rules will allow racers from the Plymouth Dirt Track to race on other nights at other tracks when they are not racing at Plymouth. NO ONE has been "ousted " from the racing program, all divisions can race at the Plymouth track just as they have for many years. YES, there is a big change in the payout structuring ; YES there will be a Sprint Car Division added to the program; YES there are some minor changes for the Late Models and Grand Nationals, BUT NO ONE IS EXCLUDED FROM THE NEW PROGRAM
The Fair Board believes the changes which are incorporated into the 2005 racing season will be a huge benefit to all racers who chose to participate and to all the fans who have been asking for changes. "We expect to see many racers who have left Plymouth return and bring their fans with them to enjoy a great racing program."