About

In 1970, Nick Liberman decided to try stock car racing after 10 years of helping others in sports car racing and participating in drag racing. He bought a used 55 Ford stock car, fixed it up, and started racing it in 1971 on dirt tracks in Delaware. He was assisted by his wife Ginny, who also drove the car, winning several Powder Puff races. Their two sons, Doug & Eric also attended the races.

US 13 SPEEDWAY 1972

Dirt racing continued primarily in Delaware until the early 1980’s. We converted to running 4 cylinder Nissan powered cars supplied by George Alderman in 1982. Doug started driving the 4 cylinder cars in 1984. We ran both dirt and asphalt at various tracks in Pennsylvania for 4 years before switching to all asphalt in 1988.

Racing continued in the Pro 4 modifieds in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut & Florida until 1999. Doug won the New Jersey Pro 4 Championship in 1993. He also started driving a Late Model at Jennerstown Speedway & Motodrome speedway in western Pennsylvania from 1995 through 1997. Eric started racing Pro 4 modifieds in 1996 at New Egypt New Jersey. He won his first race. After New Egypt was converted to dirt, Doug and Eric raced at Evergreen Speedway and Thompson Speedway.

 

In 2000, the team bought a NASCAR Late Model Stock Car and began racing a limited schedule at Old Dominion Speedway in Manassas, Virginia.  Doug had several feature wins and top 5 season long points finishes culminating in winning the 2012 NASCAR Late Model Stock Car Track Championship in the final season Old Dominion Speedway would be open.  The team continued their success by  winning 6 feature races in 2014 along with the Late Model Division Championship at Shenandoah Speedway in Shenandoah, Va.

 

The team plans to compete at Shenandoah Speedway and the proposed Dominion Raceway in Thornburg, Va. when completed in late summer 2015.

 

Many people have helped us through the years – there are too many to list & we could not have to continued to race without their help. We thank each of them. If we had to list the top six, they would be:

The Alderman family

Mike Zimmerman

Carson Baird

Jim Rowe

John McCrea

Herman Gantt