CHEMUNG, N.Y. (WETM) — The Chemung Speedrome held an open house and car show swap meet on Apr. 25 as they prepare for races to begin next weekend.
The racetrack was forced to slam on their brakes in 2020.
They held one race for the entirety of the year. However, as weather gets warmer, they are ready to get the rubber back on the road.
Ray Hodge, promoter at Chemung Speedrome, said he is hoping to make up for what they lost in 2020.
“I think we’re making some progress,” said Hodge. “We’ve got a good schedule out and we start racing next Friday night.”
On Apr. 30 and May. 1, the track will be having shows.
“Hopefully, we can bring the fans back out and give them some good local short-track racing,” said Hodge.
Hodge said the Chemung Speedrome has been a staple in the community for a long time. They held an open house and “swap…