Localized Flooding, Damage Postpones Woodhull Full Fendered Frenzy
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For Immediate Release – September 22nd, 2018 –
(WOODHULL, NY) – The stage was set for Woodhull Raceway’s Full Fendered Frenzy- but Mother Nature let her presence be known on Friday night in Steuben County.
While the damage and flooding was minimal on the racetrack’s facilities, the flooding and damage has taken its toll in the local area between Twin Tiers. Local fire crews have been out most of the night and morning, including many Woodhull Raceway staff members and support staff.
Out of respect for the problems in the immediate area of the track, Saturday night’s events have been cancelled.
“We have been getting calls from our staff and racers in regards to the problems they’re facing with flooding, damage and road closures,” said Ted White when contacted Saturday morning. “Sometimes situations like this are bigger than racing, so we will regroup and revise our schedule for next weekend.”
What has been determined at this early hour is the 4th Annual Woodhull 100 will move to Saturday September 29, during Bullring Challenge Weekend. The rest of the weekend schedule will be released by Sunday evening.
Stay tuned to Woodhull Raceway’s website and social media channels for updated Bullring Challenge Weekend schedules and event purse structures.
Race fans are encouraged to sign up for the fastest alerts from Woodhull Raceway’s Rained Out Alert system by sending the text message “WoodhullAlert” to 84483, message and data rates may apply.
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Woodhull Raceway is located in Woodhull, NY, just 30 minutes West of Corning, NY and competes weekly on Saturday nights from mid-April through Labor Day Weekend. The track offers several special events including the Patriot Sprint Tour 360 Sprints in May and July and the Short Track Super Series Modifieds in early-August.