GNCC Travel Alert
This Weekend's Unadilla GNCC Running as
driving routes are necessary from the south
New Berlin, Ny. (September 8, 2011) - Due to
severe inclement weather in eastern Pennsylvania
and New York, it may be necessary for GNCC
racers and fans to alter driving routes from the
east and south. Flooding situations have
occurred in the New Berlin area, closing roads
south of Unadilla Valley Sports Complex;
however, the situation is expected to peak at
approximately 6:00 pm, at which time more
information will be made available concerning
alternate routes. Until then, the best way to
access the track is to approach from the north
and west at Syracuse, along I-90, then south on
Route 8. Travelers should avoid approaching from
the east or south/east.
The Unadilla GNCC will run as scheduled this
weekend, unless further announcements are made.
Alternate travel routes will be posted as we
gather more information on the weather
Fortunately, the racetrack and parking areas
have not been jeopardized by the wet weather.
"The GNCC crew has been working hard all morning
to get everything set up for this weekend's
event. In fact, the track should be in great
shape after the rain we've gotten here this
week!" said Jill Robinson, owner of Unadilla
Valley Sports Complex.
ATVs will compete throughout the day on
Saturday, September 10, with 50cc youth classes
beginning at 2 p.m., and dirt bikes will race
all day Sunday, September 11.
Spectator passes run $15 for the full
weekend, with pro pit access and pro autographs
at no additional charge. On both Saturday and
Sunday, youth riders race at 8 a.m., beginner
riders race at 10 a.m., and the top amateurs and
the pros race at 1 p.m.
For official announcements on the weekend's
schedule, please visit
www.gnccracing.com or LIKE us on Facebook at
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