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These shirts and matching 12” x 18” tin signs are selling fast and will not be reordered. When they’re gone, they’re gone.

MUST PURCHASE AT 12/16 MEETING FOR CHRISTMAS FULFILLMENT

The red white and blue design imagines a faded vintage poster advertising the 1964 racing season, featuring 1963 track champion Al Tasnady in Paul Deasey's "Big Donkey" #707. $20 per shirt, S-XL, $22 per 2X-3X. You may purchase shirts at all FSHS events, or mail check payable to “FSHS,” PO Box 1003, Flemington, NJ 08822. Shipping & handling is $4.00, plus $1.00 for each additional shirt. Please specify: SIZE, COLOR, STYLE, and QUANTITY. On-line purchase is not yet available. PO Box is checked weekly for orders.  Fulfillment in three to six weeks.


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Horton & Beavers Team for

December 16 FSHS Meeting

You’re invited to join us Tuesday, December 16 when the 1971 Flemington Speedway championship Modified team of owner Jim Horton and driver Sammy Beavers are featured as guest speakers. 

The team hit for twelve victories in their masterpiece 1971 season. How well-suited to each other were they? Twenty-two* Flemington Modified wins together, that’s how well. At Flemington, Beavers won more Dirt Modified features with Horton than any other car owner (22/49), and Horton won more with Beavers than he did with any other driver (22/31). *Note, there are three races won by Beavers for which we do not have a car number (07/02/66, 07/23/66, 7/20/1968). So, that twenty-two may be a bit higher, still.

The venue is the Flemington Elks Lodge 1928, at 165 Route 31 Flemington, NJ. Doors open at 6:30 and the meeting gets underway shortly after 7:00. You’re invited. Admission is free and the meeting is open to the public, we hope to see you there.

1979: Beavers is pictured here in Horton #33.

Tas Awards: 2015 Honorees to be Announced at December 16 Meeting

Plus, Discount Tickets Will Be Available for the Saturday, January 17, 2015 Ceremony

The Tas Award honors "Flemington Speedway’s Most Influential Persons." The inaugural recipient was Al Tasnady, and the award was renamed to honor him. The 2013 recipients were Paul Kuhl and Billy Pauch. In 2014, Stan Ploski, Ken Brenn Sr., Ace Lane Sr., Bill Singer, and Sammy Beavers were honored. 

The 2015 Tas Awards and Nostalgic Movie Nite will feature recently recovered Dick Ivins Racing Movies from the 1960’s and 1970’s. The venue is Flemington Elks Lodge #1928. Doors open at 5:30 pm and the entertainment goes from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. The Elks will have food and drink available.

Tickets for the Tas Awards will be available for purchase at the Tuesday, December 16 FSHS monthly meeting. They are $20.00 each (the same price as last year) but at the meeting these tickets may be purchased four for $50.00.

There are four honorees for 2015, who will be announced at this Tuesday’s meeting. Each honoree is featured on their own ticket, with a different picture, front and back.

They make great gifts. Purchase your tickets now, because municipal fire code limits attendance to 393. 

The December 16 FSHS monthly meeting venue is also the Flemington Elks Lodge 1928, at 165 Route 31 Flemington, NJ. Doors open at 6:30 and the meeting gets underway shortly after 7:00. You’re invited. The meeting is open to the public, we hope to see you there.