Also, in action it will be the Hobby Stocks, NAPA Crate Sportsman, Open Mini Stocks, Open Front Wheel Drives and Armstrong RUSH Crate Late Model Divisions.
(Woodhull, NY) With the 2022 point championships in the rear-view mirror, 3rd season Woodhull Raceway owners, Terry and Niki Brewer have one order of business left prior to pulling the curtain on the year and that is the traditional Joe Willcox Performance 100 lap Street Stock event in addition to several other classes on the card for the September 17, 2022 closer.
“Joe and Jean Willcox are main stays in the Woodhull Raceway family of sponsors and supporters. Prior to us purchasing the facility we had known them thru their involvement at the track as sponsors plus they were always working behind the scenes in various other capacities most of which goes unnoticed. They are a great couple and work extremely hard to promote not only their business, but this track as well.” That according to Woodhull owners, Terry and Niki Brewer.
It is a fact that Joe and Jean work tirelessly to help better the Woodhull Raceway. Thru the past three or more promoters they have always jumped right in and dedicated their time and energy to help promote the track. Granted, Joe does transmission rebuilds for well over half the cars in the pit area, but it goes much further than that. They both love the Woodhull Raceway, hardly ever miss a night and always are producing ideas on how to generate more interest particularly for the young race fans. Joe and Jean are real diamonds in the rough and this facility is far better off because of their dedication.
Several years ago, the Joe Willcox Performance Automatics 100 lap Street Stock Event came into fruition due to the vision of the husband-and-wife duo in making the Street Stock class more visible to fans and drivers alike. The 100-lap season ending affair including lap money makes this event standout in northeast racing circles as a must attend event to see what driver can beat the odds and survive the 100-lap grind around the tough high banks of the historic Woodhull, NY facility.
In the 2021 version of the Woodhull 100, Jasper, NY native and former track champion, Glen Whritenour held off relentless pressure applied by Dan Gardner to pick up the win, however Gardner cannot be counted out of victory lane in this year’s event. Other contenders will be 2022 Track Champion, Brett Crawford, Travis Webster, Mick Seeley, Branden Morseman, Mike Williams and Luke Boom.
In addition to the winner taking home a check for 2 grand, thousands more is up for grabs in lap money with all the information available on the tracks Facebook.
As part of the September season finale and with the points all done for the year, a pair of open divisions will be on the card as well including the Open Mini Stock and Open FWD classes. The Armstrong RUSH Crate Late Models will see action along with the NAPA Crate Sportsman.
Rounding out the season ending September 17 finale will be the Hobby Stock Division
In addition to Joe Willcox Performance Automatics, Shin Hollow Road in Westfield, Pa., the Woodhull Raceway will welcome back Schweigart’s Sugar Shack and Maple Products as well to co-sponsor the show.
Schweigart’s is a locally owned and operated business specializing in the production of maple syrup and maple products. Serving the region for over twenty years, Schweigart’s manufactures their products right at their facility located at 804, CR. 103 midway between Woodhull and Austinburg, Pa. For more information simply log on at www.schweigart’s.com or check them out on Facebook.
Continuing to celebrate 57 continuous years of great race action, the Woodhull Raceway is located on CR 102 just off Rt 417 in Woodhull, NY. 25 miles west of Corning, 25 miles east of Hornell, 25 miles south of Bath and 25 miles north of Wellsboro.
New York’s Toughest Bull Ring, the Woodhull Raceway provides “FAN”tastic competition and We are Having Fun in the Boonies.