Race Car Will Make A Stop At VFW Post

Newtown’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #308 Ladies Auxiliary member Kathy DiCecca’s nephew Kyle Armstrong will be bringing his dirt modified big block race car to the VFW in Newtown on Sunday, April 7 at 2 pm. The public is invited to see the car and enjoy refreshments at the VFW.

Mr Armstrong, an auto racer at Lebanon Valley Speedway in West Lebenon N.Y. is bringing his car down to inspire others to “follow their dreams,” Ms DiCecca said. His own dream is to get into Nascar.

Mr Armstrong races every Saturday, beginning April 6, 2013 at Lebanon Valley Speedway.

Mr Armstrong, 23, works as a carpenter with BKA Construction. His Racing began at age 7, where he started out in go-karts. He raced in all the junior levels of the sport progressing through the adult divisions in 4-cyle and 2-cycle. In 2007 Mr Armstrong moved up to Dirt Modified stock car racing in the Sportsman division at Lebanon Valley Speedway.

Recent years’ career highlights include: in 2012 he finished 9th  in points in the Big Block Modified division at Lebanon Valley Speedway, ib 2011 Mr Armstrong won Rookie of the Year in the Big Block Modified division at Lebanon  Valley speedway. Mr Armstrong has numerous wins and track championships at various  tracks throughout his extensive go-karting career, including dual championships in Cuddebackville, NY in 2003.

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