Nobriga Wins Again, Making It Two In A Row At Woodhull Raceway
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(WOODHULL,NY)- Dave’s Custom Logging and Pizza ‘N Stuff came to ‘New York’s Toughest Bullring’ to help present a full card of racing this past Saturday night. The racing has gotten more competitive as the points season starts to come to a close with only a few left.
Stacy Jackson started off with the lead in the Insinger Performance Modifieds feature event. Kevin Chilson was hot off the start as well and didn’t waste any time getting by Jackson for the lead. However the no. 1 machine hustled his way and put the pressure on Chilson. Switching on and off Chilson and Bills battled swapping the lead until lap 8 when Bills took the lead and started to pull away.
Josh Nobriga, August 3, feature winner was fast on the high side and grabbed some positions to put him behind bills on lap 12. Nobriga put the pressure on Bills trying the inside and outside lanes. Meanwhile Billy Van Pelt and Cory Costa battled for positions mid pack. Dayton Brewer found the groove on the high side and moved into the third position on lap 20.
Lap 22 Nobriga got the run and grabbed the lead on the front stretch. A late race caution would test Nobriga but he held strong. Nobriga captured his second victory of the season with Bills, Brewer, Ron Cartwright, and Van Pelt rounding out the top five.
The Daugherty Auto Sales and Service Mini Stocks were second on the racing card Saturday night. Cara Pitts drove off into the lead at the drop of the green flag. Rick Amidon grabbed second. Lap 2 Amidon peeked into first as him and Pitts crossed the line. Carter Crooker started working his way up through the field along with Josh and Travis Webster.
Crooker and Amidon battled for the lead on lap four. Crooker took over the lead coming off of turn four. Jason Ketrow wasn’t far behind and was fighting for positions to get close to Crooker. J. Webster was running in the top five when he got loose and fell back in the pack. Positions one, two, and three spread out while fourth on back was bunched up, battling for spots. Crooker claimed the win with Amidon, Ketrow, T. Webster and Ray Hyer finished in the top five.
Isabel Barron and Blake Lawson rolled off the front row in the NAPA Crate Sportsman. An early race caution would shuffle the field. The restart would put Mike Bucanhan and Ted Morseman on the point. Tony Harris who started in the fifth spot moved his way into first on the restart. After another restart Harris still had control of the lead with Cole Youse, Bucanhan, Morseman, and Kenny Peoples Jr. behind him. Youse battled with Harris for the lead on lap five but the no. 5k machine found the groove on the high side of the track.
Peoples Jr. grabbed the lead on lap ten and started pulling away. Tim Guild worked into the fifth spot. Peoples Jr. continued to stretch his lead up to half a straightaway while drivers battled behind him. Connor Brown moved into the top five as Guild moved into fourth. Peoples Jr. won for the fourth time in a row this season. Harris, Morseman, Guild and Brown all finished in the top five.
Mike Spencer grabbed the lead early in the Woodhull Auto Supply Hobby Stocks. Cars battled for positions behind Spencer. Chris Woodard drove his way to the front and battled Spencer for the lead. On lap five, Woodard had control and started to pull away from the pack. Points leader, Jeredd Dennis had to battle his way up from the ninth position and found himself with a three car battle for fourth on lap five as well.
Dennis continued to work his way up through the field with AJ Niedermaier right behind him. Woodard held strong through lap traffic. Carter Dennis and Spencer staid in the top five behind Niedermaier and J. Dennis. Woodard claimed his second win of the season with J. Dennis in tow. Niedermaier, C. Dennis, and Spencer finished the top five.
Kane Stebbins and Steve LeBarron rolled off on the front row in the Cummings Trucking RUSH Crate Late Models. Kane Stebbins grabbed the lead but an early race caution would bring things back. Kane Stebbins had another good start. On lap six Jason Knowles found himself in the lead. Kurt Stebbins came up through the pack and battled Kane Stebbins for second place.
J. Knowles kept his lead despite the few restarts. Kane and Kurt Stebbins battled for the second position switching on and off. Dustin Waters worked his way up to the top five. J. Knowles walked away with the win while Kane Stebbins finished in second. Kurt Stebbins, Dustin Waters and Steve LeBarron rounded out the top five.
Ryan Austin and Garrett Wilson started on the front row of the Johnson’s Auto Supply FWD. Austin grabbed the lead and Nate Freeland moved into second. Codier Baker, the points leader moved up to battle Freeland for the second spot. Freeland got too high and gave Baker the room to go after Austin on lap four.
Baker led lap nine but it didn’t take long before Austin was back in control on lap ten. Scott Lehman Jr. and Nick Brown battled for the third spot. Baker and Austin ran side by side battling for the lead lap after lap. Austin got high going into turn three and gave Baker the room to pass him to win the race. Austin got second with Lehman Jr., Brown and Matt Prescott finishing the top five.
The Daugherty Auto Sales and Service Woodhull Warriors rolled off with Jordan Costley and Tess Johnson on the front row. Brody Amidon jumped to the lead after a restart on lap one. Brooke McClain powered into second place and set her eyes on Amidon. Lap six, McClain was able to get by Amidon for the lead. Amidon held onto second while Cayden Lawson had to work his way from the back after having a car change from the heat race. McClain got the win, while Amidon, Jacob Tubbs, Josh Isaman, and Lawson rounded out the top five.
Jim Weatherley and Brandon Birdsall brought the field of Joe Willcox Performance Automatics Street Stocks to green. Weatherley grabbed the lead putting Birdsall in second. After a restart Brett Marlatt came up through the middle and grabbed the lead. Kurt Stebbins grabbed second and set to battle Marlatt. Lap four saw another leader, Kurt Stebbins.
Jared Hill and Brett Crawford worked their way up into the top five and battle for positions. Noah Talada rode steadily in the fifth position holding off Dan Gardner. Stebbins captured the win with Marlatt finishing in second. Crawford, Hill and Talada finishing the top five.
Dave’s Custom Logging and Pizza ‘N Stuff Night-August 10, 2019- Woodhull Raceway
Insinger Performance Modifieds, 19 cars: JOSH NOBRIGA (2), Mike Bills, Dayton Brewer, Ron Cartwright, Billy Van Pelt, Cory Costa, Kevin Chilson, Art Goodier, Donnie Lawson, Joe Dgien, Bobby Davis, Brian Doolittle, Brady Fultz, Stacy Jackson, Bob Silvernail, Shannon Whaley, Chris Ostrowsky, Russell Morseman, Larry Keegan
H1- Dayton Brewer, Bobby Davis, Billy Van Pelt
H2- Russell Morseman, Josh Nobriga, Ron Cartwright
H3- Kevin Chilson, Art Goodier, Cory Costa
Daugherty Auto Sales and Service Mini Stocks, 14 cars: CARTER CROOKER (4), Rick Amidon, Jason Ketrow, Travis Webster, Ray Hyer, Scott Lehman, Josh Webster, Danielle Thomas, Josh Snyder, Chris Hand, Reese Hackett, Cara Pitts DQ- Chip Warner
H1- Josh Webster, Scott Lehman, Travis Webster
H2- Jason Ketrow, Ray Hyer, Carter Crooker
NAPA Crate Sportsman, 19 cars: KENNY PEOPLES JR. (4), Tony Harris, Ted Morseman, Tim Guild, Connie Brown, Brett Buono, AJ Costley, Anthony Tromontana, Brayden Bills, Cole Youse, Mike Bucanhan, Brett Ritter, Dennis Cummings, John Austin, Steve Schraeder, Blake Lawson, Isabel Barron, Quinton Bucanhan, Kaiden Dgien, AJay Potrzebwoski Jr.
H1- Kenny Peoples Jr., AJay Potrzebowski Jr., Tony Harris
H2- Isabel Barron, Cole Youse, AJ Costley
H3- Dennis Cummings, Ted Morseman, Tim Guild
Woodhull Auto Supply Hobby Stocks, 14 cars: CHRIS WOODARD (2), Jeredd Dennis, AJ Niedermaier, Carter Dennis, Mike Spencer, Scott Brown, Brent Williams, Glenn VanCise, Leo Eldridge, Greg Crooker, Cliff Miller, Glenn Aumick, Lee Bills, Steve Williams
H1- Chris Woodard, AJ Niedermaier, Glenn Vancise
H2- Jeredd Dennis, Carter Dennis, Scott Brown
Cummings Trucking RUSH Crate Late Models, 12 cars: JASON KNOWLES (3), Kane Stebbins, Kurt Stebbins, Dustin Waters, Steve LeBarron, Tim Schram, Dennis Cummings, Darin Horton, Brian Knowles, Dave Richmond, Joe Layfield, John Haggerty, Zach Weich
H1: Jason Knowles, Steve LeBarron, Brian Knowles
H2- Dustin Waters, Zach Weich, Kurt Stebbins
Daugherty Auto Sales and Service Woodhull Warriors, 8 cars: Brooke McClain (5), Brody Amidon, Jacob Tubbs, Josh Isaman, Cayden Lawson, Tess Johnson, Jordan Costley, Dylon Morseman
H1- Josh Isaman, Jacob Tubbs, Tess Johnson
H2- Brooke McClain, Brody Amidon, Dylon Morseman
Johnson’s Auto Supply FWD, 11 cars: CODIE BAKER (7), Ryan Austin, Scott Lehman Jr., Nick Brown, Matt Prescott, Nate Freeland, Joe Gillespie, Kevin Williams, Tammy Watson, Garret Wilson
H1- Nick Brown, Codie Baker, Scott Lehman Jr.
H2- Nate Freeland, Ryan Austin, Matt Prescott
Joe Willcox Performance Automatics Street Stocks, 12 cars: KURT STEBBINS (6), Brett Marlatt, Brett Crawford, Jared Hill, Noah Talada, Mick Seeley, Dan Gardner, Joe Birdsall, Jim Weatherley, Ronald Duell, Mike Williams DQ- Brandon Birdsall, Dennis French
H1- Brett Marlatt, Dennis French, Jim Weatherly
H2- Brett Crawford, Dan Gardner, Kurt Stebbins