RPW Column: Woodhull Set For Season Finale; Street Stocks, Hobby Stocks Duel For Big Pay Day

Column By: ROBERT SYMONDS / RPW – WOODHULL, NY – The 1/3 mile Dirt Oval in Woodhull along with Joe Willcox Performance Automatics and Schweigart’s Maple Equipment is set to host a big Season Finale. The Woodhull 100, a 100 lap Street Stock marathon, will have over $3,700 in lap money plus $10,000 purse for a 30 lap Hobby Stock race in memory of a former Woodhull Raceway Track Champion Billy Joe Birdsall. The Crate Sportsman Modifieds also will be racing for some extra money as they will go 25 laps for $1,000 to win.

The Woodhull 100 has been a big event for all local street stock competitors throughout the history of the event. Drivers such as Brett Marlatt, Glenn Whritenour, Jared Hill, Ted Morseman, Mike Williams, Brett Crawford, Mick Seeley and so much more try to race their way up to the top spot to grab the elusive Woodhull 100 Championship.

Also on the card is a huge event for the Hobby Stocks. The newly named King Bop Dirty 30 will be a 30 lap $2,088 to win feature event in memory of Billy Joe Birdsall. With Joe Birdsall, Mike Spencer, and Jeredd Dennis helping put this event on, multiple sponsors have come on board to help lift this event to become an unprecedented $10,000 purse! The rules for the event include Woodhull Raceway and Land of Legends Raceway rule packages with no combining rules. Aluminum bodies on any car will need to have 40lbs added to the left front.

Crate Sportsman competitors have had another historic year on the High Banks with multiple winners and Josh Keesey picking up the NAPA Crate Sportsman Track Championship. The final race of the year will be no different as the Sportsman drivers will compete for a $1,000 to win 25 lap feature.

The NY6A Micro Sprints will also be in attendance on Saturday September 18th. The 600 Micro Sprints will race for $300 to win and $75 to start with a tight point battle entering their season finale as well. Between point leader Jerry Gurney and fourth place competitor Matt Foster there is only 8 points of separation.

It’s going to be another great night of competition at New York’s Toughest Bull Ring, the Woodhull Raceway. Visit Woodhull Raceway on Facebook or go to woodhullraceway.com for more information.

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