Speedway Safety Solutions Teams With Syrell Racing For 2019 At Oswego Speedway

Story By: DAN KAPUSCINSKI / SYRELL RACING – OSWEGO, NY – Syrell Racing is pleased to announce a 2019 partnership with Speedway Safety Solutions for the upcoming Supermodified campaign at Oswego Speedway.

Speedway Safety Solutions will join the Michael Barnes No. 68 Supermodified for the entire Oswego season, while also being paired with the Dan Kapuscinski No. 08 at season’s end, including the Budweiser International Classic 200.

Speedway Safety Solutions Inc. is your choice for speedway safety. SSS offers classroom and hands on training sessions for speedway safety crews, with the mission of improving the knowledge and skill levels of the safety teams they work with.

Speedway Safety Solutions Inc. can help you create policy and procedure that will put your safety team at the top. Speedway Safety Solutions also offers on track services to supplement your safety team.

Part of Speedway Safety Solutions’ dedication to safety is the 2019 Track Safety Conference to be held on Saturday, March 30 inside the Oswego County Emergency Response Training Center in Oswego, NY.

The Track Safety Conference will consist of four classroom sessions with industry professionals and will conclude with a roundtable discussion featuring all four panelists.

Conference sign-in will begin at 8 a.m. with the first session slated to begin at 9 a.m. The day’s activities are scheduled to close by 5 p.m.

Featured panelists include Oswego Speedway Safety Director, Paul Conzone, veteran Safety Instructor, Andy Biron, New Jersey State Police Motorsports Board member, Warren Alston, and Speedway Safety Solutions founder, Mark Kapuscinski.

Conzone, who brings years of safety team experience to the table, will cover team leadership and management skills, discussing organizational items that could help improve any track safety team.

Biron, a seasoned track professional with experience in various types of motorsports, will present a session entitled, “Defeat the Seat.” This session will focus on how to properly and efficiently remove a driver from the racing seats of today, teaching all you need to know about racing seats and driver extrication.

Alston, who has worked events for Georgetown Speedway, the Short Track Super Series and the Indoor Auto Racing Championship, will provide a session on motorsports safety standards. Alston’s session will help explain what these standards mean and how to adopt them into your own safety team’s policies and procedures.

Kapuscinski, a member of the Oswego Speedway safety team since 2003, will conduct a session entitled, “The Professional Safety Team.” This session will tie the three previous discussions together and offer suggestions on how every team should conduct themselves to offer a professional product to the drivers and race fans they serve.

Following all four sessions, a roundtable discussion will take place. This discussion will be open to all topics and will allow for a question and answer period.

Pre-registration is required for this conference.