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Written By Editor on 12/19/22 | 12/19/22

As a holiday reminder there are plenty of on track and off track
options available for that special person at Christmas time. Most
tracks have their 2023 general admission passes, grandstand reserved
passes, pit passes, and track licenses available. And don’t fret about
running out of time. A simple note will suffice until that special
gift arrives. Subscriptions to a number of publications such as Area
Auto Racing News (AARN), Speedway Illustratrated, and the Schoharie
Mountain Eagle. Museums such as the Saratoga Automobile Museum
(S.A.M.) in Saratoga Springs offer yearly memberships. The
Motorcyclepedia Museum in Newburgh and the Northeast Classic Car
Museum in Norwich offer tickets to a world of education & history.
Also there is always the option of buying a gift certificate from the
local speed shop, that can be used at a later date to purchase a
necessary item for your favorite racer. There are many race teams that
have wearable merchandise and memorabilia for sale on their website or
facebook page. Remember it is the thought that counts and please
ontinue to support those small businesses that support auto racing.
The Short Track Super Series will be going international for the first
time in 2023. Along with the strong base of American tracks that the
STSS has competed at in recent years the STSS will be venturing into
Quebec, Canada in 2023 as they are scheduled to be at the Autodrome
Granby on Tuesday, July 25 & Le RPM Speedway on Wednesday, July 26.
 Well, it looks as if former two time (1998, 99) Fonda Speedway
modified champion Dave Camara has landed a ride for the 2023 season.
Camara is slated to team up with car owner & former driver Wes
"Slugger" Moody  to compete weekly at the Track of Champions and also
in selected Short Track Super Series events. The Moody Mile
Motorsports team will have a stable full of TEO chassis available and
a collection of motor combinations to help Camara as he looks to add
to his Fonda win total which currently sits at21 big-block modified
victories. Camara's last win came in 2008 and he last drove
competitively in 2010 and even though the cars may not look too much
different on the exterior, much has changed in chassis development and
technology. The Moody Mile Motorsports team and Dave Camara are
planning on using the #24 on their cars for 2023.
 Fans can expect to see Robert Bublak at Albany-Saratoga Speedway
every Friday night as his plans are to compete weekly in the DIRTcar
big block modified division. In talking with Robert recently he is
also planning on going south for some of the upcoming races in

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