OAKS, Pa. – From 1962 through its final race in 1989, Pine Brook Speedway presented crowd pleasing three-quarter midget racing.
During the three days of the Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2018 Racecar and Trade Show Presented by Sunoco and Fueled by Insinger Performance, former fans and competitors will be able to relive those days.
A showcase of three-quarter midgets raced at the popular race track will part of a Pine Brook Speedway reunion. Drivers and others that were involved in the Friday night racing action at the Route 46 and Bloomfield location in Pine Brook, N.J., will also be on hand.
The show takes place Jan. 19-21 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA.
In addition to the three-quarter midgets, there will a display featuring the Pine Brook Micro-Stocks that were popular during the late 1970s through the 1980s.
Gary Mondschein, through his promotional company Classic Racing Times, has been involved in a number of great motorsports displays over the years. He will be creating a large and comprehensive display tracing the history of Pine Brook. Long-time Micro-Stock car owner and driver Al Puntasecca will be working with Mondschein.
“For a number of years I was a regular at Pine Brook. I got caught up in the excitement of the action packed racing,” said Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2018 Racecar and Trade Show spokeman Ernie Saxton. “Drivers like Doug Craig, Pete Mourad, Dick “Mr. Consistency” Peterman, Jack Duffy, Sheriff Larry Michaels, Bob Watkins, and Tony Romit along with many others made for an exciting show on the very short asphalt track.”
There will be Pine Brook memorabilia will be on display with show attendees bring advised to bring their scrapbooks for autographs. There will be autograph sessions featuring drivers, car owners and officials throughout the show.