Iceman Series announces new owner, promoter

Ice Chips On May 22, 2002, Terry Adams, no relation to series founder, Sonny Adams, took over as the new owner and promoter of the Iceman Series. Adams was the former promoter of Lorain County Speedway before moving to Mansfield Motorsports ...

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On May 22, 2002, Terry Adams, no relation to series founder, Sonny Adams, took over as the new owner and promoter of the Iceman Series. Adams was the former promoter of Lorain County Speedway before moving to Mansfield Motorsports Speedway where he has been the promoter for the last three years. Terry is a former super late model driver in the Ohio area and is the son of Rusty Adams.

The 16-year old series is in a "reconstruction" season under Adams' control. It will have the new name of: Iceman Super Late Model Series. The traveling circuit will retain the template style bodied cars and the rules will be the same as the Indiana-based Sunoco Late Model Series. Points for entry, and the top five qualifiers as well for the feature. Races will pay $3,000 to win.

Like the Sunoco series, restarts will be in double file formation, with the lapped cars to the inside, after one lap has been completed. 50/50 tickets will be sold in the pit area to add to the 2002 Point Fund.

The Iceman cars will open their season at Mansfield this Saturday, June 15.

-iceman/dd-

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