Bobby Cain Arcives

Dirt Motorsports Hall of Fame To Celebrate the Life of Robert F. (Bobby) Cain in Memorial Service on July 26th

Ceremony will begin at 7:00 pm. - By Harry Elkema

For Immediate Release-

Weedsport, New York (July 15, 2012) - Robert F. (Bobby) Cain (81) of Weedsport, New York passed away in Gainsville, Florida on May 17th 2012. Son of the late Walter V. and Julia Ryan Cain. He was born in Columbia Pennsylvania on January 14th, 1931. Bobby Served in the Army Armor Division on the front lines in Korea, during that conflict.

Bobby was well known for his racing #36, and by his nick-name, The Quaker Shaker, in this are and other States. He is survived by two daughters and a son, Linda in California, Robbie in P.A & Julee in New York. He also has two sisters, Doris and Mary, both in P.A. Bobby has grandchildren as well, in NY and many nieces and nephews. He was a self employed mechanic working in his own garage. He has spent the last 10 years of winters in Florida with his wife Marlene C. Pittinger. In addition to his parents he was predeceased by two brothers, Jack and Paul along with two sisters, Lorraine and Helen, & wife, Linda Eaton Cain.

There will be a memorial service for Bobby Cain at the Dirt Motorsports Hall of Fame & Classic Car Museum in Weedsport, NY on July 26, 2012 (Thursday) at 7:00pm.

Lou Lazzaro  and all the Great "4's" Saluted Today on the Countdown to Induction Sunday at the Hall of Fame

-The Hall's 600+ Facebook fans continue to drive toward induction Sunday with their favorite drivers form all era's.

Weedsport, New York - In a sport that can be extremely unpredictable, where the outcome remains in doubt until the final checkered flag falls, where victory can be snatched, at a moments notice, from the dirty jaws of defeat, numbers are the one thing in a race fans heart that can give them stability and peace of mind in the midst of all of the dust & dirt flying, high speed anarchy and the raging blur of furious competition.

With that, the Dirt Motorsports Hall of Fame continues its fan-driven Facebook "Countdown to Induction Sunday" with today's fan tribute to "The Monk" Lou Lazzaro & all of the great #4's from any era of short track racing.

With the Hall of Fame fans driving the "Countdown to Induction Sunday" on Facebook to just 4 more days, by celebrating the wins and triumphs of all of their favorite drivers, it was only fitting that the fans get a chance to win too. The Dirt Motorsports Hall of Fame, in partnership with two great partners, has been able to give back to these great fans with two very special promotions.

Fulton Speedway's Cory Reed, Dave Medler and the Wight family have come on board with a special Hall of Fame Package and will be giving a lucky Hall of Fame facebook fan 2 great passes (not a bad seat in the house) to the Memorial Day Salute, presented by Ehrlich Pest Controls, coming up this Saturday night at the Fulton Speedway. The race card at Fulton will be jam packed with side-by-side excitement on the high banks as orchestrated by the Tracey Road Equipment Modifieds, Suny Canton Sportsman, NAPA Late Models and much, much more. Special Thanks to the Wight Family, Cory Reed, Dave Medler and all the staff at the Speedway for putting this deal together for Hall of Fame fans.

For More information about the Memorial Day Salute and the Fulton Speedway go to:

Another way Hall of Fame fans are winning is with the Super Dirtcar Series, & this weekend's All Star Weekend event at the Rolling Wheels Raceway Park. The event will showcase the Super DIRTcar Series for the Big Block modified's in addition to the action of the DIRTcar Sportsman Series, Stock Cars and Pro Stock Cars and our Hall of Fame Fans will enjoy 2 tower/pit passes compliments of the folks at Dirtcar. Special thanks to Jeff Hachmann & the staff a Dirtcar Northeast for treating our Facebook fans like Honorary Hall of Famers.

For more information on All Star Weekend & Rolling Wheels Raceway Park go to:

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