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Catching Up and Getting Ready for 2015 

We had an issue with the server caching and somehow, two copies of the website had been saved and it was reverting back to an older copy of the site. That problem is solved. I have to go back and make some additions that apparently were saved on the other copy so begin to watch here for updates. You can reach me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as you have been able to reach me since this site started back in 1993. I have or can get you the honest answer far more often than you can get it on FaceBook. You may find this hard to believe but not everything you read on FB is true.

Right about here, I need to apologize for my inattentiveness during the majority of the 2014 season. My wife began to have neurological (brain) issues early in February of 2014 and by the time things got sorted out, things had spiraled out of control and my attention was not on racing. Things haven't improved with her but they have at least stabilized. I will try to do better this season. Without my crew at the track picking up and carrying my load, things would have really been bad. I appreciate the work they did under some bad circumstances.

The 2015 season schedule will be available soon. This happens every year and about mid March, I get a copy of the schedule. If you really need to know a particular date, look at a past schedule and move the date to this years Saturday night date and chances are high you'll know the right date. Special events are almost always the same weekend that they have been. The same day I get the schedule, it will be posted here.

You can find new Pro Stock and Street Stock rules in PDF form at the links. We will have them spelled out for those not owning or using a computer shortly under the normal rules links. You can find the text version of the new rules here. Each division now has the latest updates available. Click on the "TRACK DATA" tab and select your division. 

For those of you who have Apple products that have had issues watching our live and recorded broadcasts, try downloading the Puffin browser on your I-pad, I-pod, Mac or what ever and see if it helps you. They have a free version which I understand from those who have tested it for me has a bandwidth limit of about half a race. I think the full version is $4 for whatever you need but they also tell me the new browser was quite fast and after you learned its interface, they liked it better than the standard OS browser. After you download it, reboot and then go to the ROTW site and see if the video flows for you. Check out this new browser at puffin.com

Thank you for a great 2014 season at Crystal Motor Speedway. Seasons come and seasons go and 2014 was one of the memorable ones. Promoter Ron Flinn would like to thank all the fans, drivers, crew members, and sponsors for making this season worthwhile. The next 'event' is the awards banquet, held on January 10th, 2015. Watch this website or call the office at 989.235.5200 for further information. More info and photos iside!


In case you wanted to watch the replay of the latest race, GO HERE.  You can use our exclusive DVR function to jump to any point of the race by clicking on the line directly below the video.


For those that intend to have minors entering the pits, here is the minor release form to have pre-filled out. PLEASE NOTE! "Legal" people say you need to do one of two things. Fill it out and have it notarized or fill it out but don't sign it until you are at the track so track officials can countersign it. Other forms will be posted here shortly.

 

July 2, 2011 Highlights

 Crystal, MI - Picture perfect weather for the annual Fourth of July two day event brought great car counts and huge crowds to Crystal Motor Speedway Saturday night. Saturday was sponsored by the Ionia Bowl and Sunday was sponsored by Andersen Contracting and Renovations. With near standing room only attendance, the weekend got kicked off with 154 cars in the pits Saturday.

The Engine Pro IMCA Modified event saw a name from the past get out front and never look back. Myron DeYoung proved he hasn't lost his touch as he returned to the line up he used to dominate and glide to the win. Rusty Zeigler took the B Feature with heats going to Jimmy Hale Jr, Aaron Raby, and Deyoung.

Josh Knoll broke out to lead and finally record his first win of the
season in the Kentucky Fried Chicken Late Models feature. Mark
Anderson won the B Main with heats going to Knoll and Scott Baker.

The Lane Automotive Traditional Sprints feature was proof you can take
the wing off the car and it still doesn't matter, Dustin Daggett can
win with it as he continued his domination of the Crystal clay. Heats
fell to Keith Love, Daggett, and Joe Bares.

Shane Spencer won his first Smoker’s Club Street Stocks feature of the
year despite heavy pressure from behind. Heats went to Will Stanley
and Mike Vandermark Jr..

The Racesontheweb.com Flinn Stocks was another wild affair with Taylor
Wiles taking the win. Heats went to Austin Bean and Alex Richards.

Don Rohn has been close to winning a feature several times this season
in the Port City Pro Stocks but Saturday night proved to be the charm
as he finally brought home the win. Greg Mandoka and Gary Buskirk took
heats.

The Engine Pro Pro Truck feature could have went to several different
drivers but in the end, it was Scott Nieman breaking the winners
circle stranglehold of Carl Thayer. Bob Griffin and Dave Peters
grabbed heat wins.