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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.

The shirt is modeled here by Lindsey Kuhl (left) and Mandee Pauch (right); two last names which should be familiar to any Flemington Speedway aficionado.


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Former Flemington Speedway officials Rick Kuhl and Ron Bailey to speak at Tuesday, April 21, Monthly Meeting

(Photo at right) 1990, Wednesday, June 27: Father and son, Promoter Paul Kuhl and General Manager Rick Kuhl address the participants before the program gets underway. That evening’s ninety lap Syracuse qualifier was won by Billy Pauch in the Barker Bus #76 over Paul Lotier and Fritz Epright. -Pudge Pone photo


2015, Tuesday, April 21: You’re invited to join us when former Flemington Speedway officials Rick Kuhl and Ron Bailey visit as guest speakers for our 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.


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. 


Kuhl was introduced to the races at age three. Saturday nights meant parking and watching from the infield with his parents, years before father Paul Kuhl became Flemington Speedway’s Promoter. Rick Kuhl became a track official in 1977, General Manager in 1984, and finished his Speedway tenure as GM and Co-Promoter. 


Rick Kuhl’s passion for the sport of auto racing also lead him to experience it from behind the wheel. For three years he competed in AMSRA and VW Sprints, picking up a few features wins. 


Another lifelong race fan thanks to his dad, Ron Bailey was already an experienced radio announcer when added to Flemington’s announcing team by Paul Kuhl in 1986. Working with legend Bill Singer, Bailey became an adept and agile trackside interviewer. 


Our April guest speakers Bailey and Kuhl first teamed in 1991 as commentators for the Modified Country cable TV show.