Fultz And Youse Get the Checkers At Woodhull

Fultz And Youse Get the Checkers At Woodhull

Media Contact: Megan Dupuy - woodhullracewaypr@gmail.com

For Immediate Release - May 20, 2019 - Joe Kaminski Jr. Photo

 

(WOODHULL,NY)- Sun and a few clouds filled the sky this past Saturday as drivers and fans worked there way to the track. Brico Technologies and the Canisteo Police Club were on hand talking to fans about their great businesses. The Canisteo Police club brought several law enforcement officer with their patrol cars. Fans got to engage with the officers and check out the police cars before the heats kicked off.

 

The Insinger Performance Modifieds kicked off first. Bobby Davis, Brady Fultz, and Josh Keesey all checked off a heat win. The handicap was in play this week so it put Dayton Brewer and Josh Nobriga on the front row. Nobriga had a great start and jumped to the lead.

 

On lap 6 Fultz made his way to second and was battling Nobriga for the lead. Fultz and Nobriga races side by side for a few laps. Fultz found a run on the back stretch on lap 11 and passed Nobriga for the race lead. Billy Van Pelt worked his way up to the top five and battled Nobriga for second. Nobriga held on to place second, Van Pelt third, Davis fourth, and Donnie Lawson fifth. Fultz claimed the win.

 

Woodhull Auto Supply Hobby Stocks were second on the dockett. Brendan Schweigart and Brent Williams set the pace. An early race caution set things back up. Carter Dennis worked his way up to the top five by lap three.

 

Jeredd Dennis came creeping up from the back and was leading by lap 4. J. Dennis lead the way and the battles continued through the pack. C. Dennis, Les Smith, and

AJ Niedermaier battled for second. Smith tried making moves for second but couldn’t quite make it happen. J. Dennis saw the double checkered flags for his third win in a row.

 

Robert Gardner and Scott Lehman Jr. set the pace for the Johnson’s Auto Supply FWD. Lehman took the race lead early. Cars went four wide battling for positions on lap 2. Ryan Austin who started fifth made his way up to the front on lap three.

 

Austin sailed away while Codie Baker, Lehman, and Nick Brown battled for positions. Austin claimed the win with Baker, Lehman, Brown, and Nate Freeland in tow.

The NAPA Crate Sportsman rolled off with Cole Youse and Bob Butcher. Youse grabbed the lead from the green. Tim Guild jumped into second and Kenny Peoples Jr. got up to fifth. Early race cautions put the pressure on Youse.

 

Brett Buono tried putting the pressure on Youse but Youse held his line and wouldn’t let him pass. Peoples battled his way up to second by lap 12. Peoples put the pressure on the leader running side by side  but didn’t have enough to pass them. Brandon Butler worked his way up to fourth after starting 8th.

 

Lap 22 saw a caution and set things up. Youse held the lead to claim the victory with Peoples in second, Buono in third, Butler in fourt, and Guild in fifth.

 

Daugherty Auto Sales and Service Woodhull Warriors kicked off with Brooke McClain and Jacob Tubbs. McClain got the lead early while the rest of the pack would battle for positions.

Brody Amidon worked his way up to second with Cayden Lawson working his way up to third. McClain sealed the victory.

Kurt Stebbins and Steve LeBarron rolled off the Cummings Trucking Crate Late Models. Stebbins grabbed the lead from the green. Back in sixth place cars went three wide battling for positions.

Darin Horton and Jason Knowles battled for third but Knowles had the advantage. Stebbins made his way through lap traffic while Knowles tried chasing him down. Stebbins sealed the victory with Knowles in second, Horton in third, Zach Wiech fourth, and Dave Richmond in fifth.  

Cara Pitts and Josh Webster started the Daugherty Auto Sales and Service Mini Stocks. Jason Ketrow gained the lead after starting 9th. Ketrow saw clean air and kept moving forward.

Carter Crooker made his way up to second after starting in the 12th position. Ketrow continued to lead and Crooker didn’t quite have enough to make it by him. Ketrow came home with the victory with Crooker in second.

Joe Willcox Performance Automatics Street Stocks finished off the night. Mike Williams and Noah Talada started the race. Williams grabbed the lead. Dan Gardner made his way up to second. The top four cars were running close together battling for positions.

Kurt Stebbins who started 11th found his up to the top five. Stebbins switched lanes and tried to make a pass on the outside but couldn’t get it done. Stebbins gained the lead on lap 19.

Gardner and Stebbins battled but Stebbins claimed the win over Gardner, Brett Marlatt, Jim Buck and Jared Hill.

Brico Technologies and Canisteo Police Club Night Woodhull Raceway - May 18 2019

Insinger Performance Modifieds (22 cars): BRADY FULTZ (1), Josh Nobriga, Billy Van Pelt, Bobby Davis, Donnie Lawson, Dayton Brewer, Josh Keesey, Cory Costa, Brian Doolittle, Brandon Martin, Art Goodier, Kevin Chilson, Stacy Jackson, Chris Ostrowsky, Tim Schram, Sheldon Gardner, Joe Dgien, Russell Morseman, Mike Bills, Frank Dunning, Ron Cartwright, Larry Keegan

H1: Bobby Davis, Cory Costa, Donnie Lawson

H2: Brady Fultz, Josh Nobriga, Billy Van Pelt

H3: Josh Keesey, Ron Cartwright, Larry Keegan

Woodhull Auto Supply Hobby Stocks (10 cars): JEREDD DENNIS (3), Carter Dennis, ` `Les Smith, Mike Spencer, Brendan Schweigart, Cliff Miller, Scott Brown, Leo Eldridge. DNS- Brent Williams DQ- AJ Niedermaier

H1: Carter Dennis, Scott Brown, Leo Eldridge

H2: AJ Niedermaier, Jeredd Dennis, Les Smith

Johnson’s Auto Supply FWD (10 cars): RYAN AUSTIN (1), Codie Baker, Scott Lehman Jr., Nick Brown, Nate Freeland, Ron Dailey Jr., Jake McConnell, Robert Gardner, Justin Mooney, Adam DelGrosso

H1: Nick Brown, Jake McConnell, Ron Dailey Jr.

H2: Adam DelGrosso, Codie Baker, Ryan Austin

NAPA Crate Sportsman (20 cars): COLE YOUSE (1), Kenny Peoples Jr., Brett Buono, Brandon Butler, Tim Guild, Jake Dgien, AJay Potrzebowski Jr., Connor Brown, Steve Hartman III, Casey Pavlick, AJ Costley, Ted Morseman, Bob Butcher, Brayden Bills, Blake Lawson, Adam Taft, Isabel Barron, Mike Bucanhan, Quinton Bucanhan, Tyler Carlin

H1: Jake Dgien, Bob Butcher, Ted Morseman

H2: Steve Hartman III, AJay Potrzebowski Jr., Tim Guild

H3: Kenny Peoples Jr., Brett Buono, Connor Brown

Daugherty Auto Sales and Service Woodhull Warriors (11 cars): BROOKE MCCLAIN (2), Brody Amidon, Cayden Lawson, Dylon Morseman, Cameron Nichols, Jacob Tubbs, Ethan Decker, Tess Johnson, Dylan Riley, Josh Isaman. DNS- Levi Riley

H1: Brooke McClain, Jacob Tubbs, Dylon Morseman

H2: Josh Isaman, Cameron Nichols, Brody Amidon

Cummings Trucking Crate Late Models (9 cars): KURT STEBBINS (1), Jason Knowles, Darin Horton, Zach Wiech, Dave Richmond, Steve LeBarron, Kane Stebbins, Joe Layfield, John Haggerty

H1: Jason Knowles, Kane Stebbins, Darin Horton

H2: Steve LeBarron, Kurt Stebbins, Zach Wiech

Daugherty Auto Sales and Service Mini Stocks (13 cars): JASON KETROW (1), Carter Crooker, Rick Amidon, Travis Webster, Steve Williams, Scott Lehman, Chip Warner, Chris Hand, Derrick Puryear, Josh Webster, Eric Stinson, Danielle Thomas, Cara Pitts

H1: Carter Crooker, Rick Amidon, Jason Ketrow

H2: Danielle Thomas, Josh Webster, Scott Lehman

Joe Willcox Performance Automatics Street Stocks (14 cars): KURT STEBBINS (1), Dan Gardner, Brett Marlatt, Jim Buck, Jared Hill, Branden Morseman, Joe Birdsall, Brett Crawford, Mike Williams, Jim Weatherley, Brandon Birdsall, Noah Talada, Dennis French. DNS- Mick Seeley

H1: Brett Crawford, Brett Marlatt, Jared Hill

H2: Kurt Stebbins, Dan Gardner, Mike Williams


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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