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2015 FSHS T-shirts

New FSHS T-shirts be available for purchase at the Tuesday, April 21 monthly meeting. Flemington Elks Lodge #1928, located at 165 Route 31, is the venue. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the meeting gets under way about 7:00. FSHS meeting are open to the public and admission is free. The 2015 T-shirt features the Rio Brothers R-10 Gremlin, as driven by Glenn Fitzcharles in 1975. Fitzcharles won thirteen of a career thirty-six Flemington Modified features in this, his track championship season.



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Novice - Sportsman stars Billy Mason Jr., Wayne Covert, Bill Humphrey to speak at Tuesday, May 19, Monthly Meeting

2015, Tuesday, May 19: Novice Sportsman racers Wayne Covert, Billy Mason Jr., and Billy Humphrey  will be the guest speakers at the monthly meeting. Mason and Covert were frequent winners, Covert was Flemington’s 1964 Novice champ, and Mason’s dad the 1965 champion. Humphrey was a teammate to the Mason‘s, and more recently served multiple terms as an FSHS Director.


Flemington Elks Lodge #1928, located at 165 Route 31, is the venue. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the meeting gets under way about 7:00. FSHS meetings are open to the public and admission is free.


(Photo caption, right) 1965: Wayne Covert (10C) tangles with Bill Mason Jr. (1), and it looks like Mike Grbac ($) getting by the spectacular wreck cleanly on the inside. All three drivers were winners in the 1965 season.