CNY CPR Joins Team Abold Racing for 2017 Supermodified Campaign
OSWEGO, NY (March 18, 2017) – Team Abold Racing and driver Jeff Abold are proud to partner with CNY CPR for the 2017 supermodified season.
Based in Baldwinsville, CNY CPR provides professional level CPR/AED training in career fields requiring certification such as nurses, doctors, and sports coaches as well as knowledge based training for those who would like to learn how to potentially save a life.
Established in 2009, CNY CPR has certified and experienced trainers with classes available in their Baldwinsville office or on site at desired locations.
CNY CPR can satisfy class appointments locally in central New York but also points west as far as Buffalo and east from Albany to New England.
“We’re excited to have CNY CPR join our team for the upcoming season,” said Team Abold Racing driver, Jeff Abold. “CNY CPR is a company that provides lifesaving training and ability in our community. We couldn’t ask for a better partner for a busy 2017 race season.”
The defending champion of Oswego Speedway’s Budweiser International Classic 200 for Novelis Supermodifieds, Abold references a busy season which will see the No. 05 team contend for a Oswego championship as well as chase the Shea Concrete Triple Crown Championship Series of Supermodified Racing.
This commitment from Team Abold Racing will need the crew to contend weekly at Oswego while also taking on a minimum of three winged International Supermodified Association events through the summer.
Last season Abold finished fifth in the overall Oswego standings with his first career Supermodified main event win coming in the Speedway’s Twin 35 events in June, followed of course by his victory in the International Classic.
From there Abold again scored a top five finish in the ISMA Supermodified Star Classic 150 in Epping, NH, making him the only driver to score top five finishes in the Oswego and Star Classics in 2016.
Traveling across the northeast in 2017, Team Abold Racing is happy to carry the CNY CPR logo on its journey.