Decker Top Tour Star In Advance Auto Parts Series Sprint At New Egypt

Date: 8/16/2007 8:22:49 PM

Decker Top Tour Star In Advance Auto Parts Series Sprint At New Egypt
New Egypt, NJ – August 15, 2007 – Tom Skibinski, Advance Auto Parts Super
DIRTcar Series PR Director
Empire State invader Billy Decker swapped the lead with home track hero Keith
Hoffman on three occasions and his final pass with 10 laps to go was enough to carry him on to his second Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series win of the season Wednesday as K&A Excavating presented the Big Bear 60 at New Egypt Speedway.
“This was really exciting and I had a blast racing out there tonight,” said Decker, 42,
following his back-and-forth battle with top-five track point-getter Hoffman. “I certainly wasn’t playing around. He fired really good on the restarts and after a few laps I got some heat in the tires. We might have had the edge then, it was just fun racing.”
Hoffman secured runner-up laurels and earned himself preferred starter status in the
Rite Aid 200 Championship on Oct. 7 during Super DIRT Week XXXVI at the New York
State Fairgrounds in Syracuse. Brett Hearn finished third to extend his Advance Auto Parts Series points lead while Dale Planck crossed the line fourth ahead of Tim Fuller in round 16 of the 2007 tour for DIRTcar Big-Block Modifieds.
Hoffman had an admittedly lack-luster performance in his qualifying heat yet after
drawing the pole to start the feature, the Michaels Bros. Racing no. 51m Land Image
Landscaping/TEO machine easily stayed ahead of the field when money was on the
line. The Whitehall, Pa. pilot was 11th out of 31 cars in Integra Shocks Time Trials
before finishing fourth in his heat to land the final draw spot. Hoffman was joined on the front row by weekly rival Sam Martz, however, Martz dropped from the runner-up slot with a flat tire after bringing out the first yellow flag of the feature on lap 14.
Strapped into the LJL Racing no. 91 Gypsum Wholesalers-Stadium Int'l-Quality
Hardwoods/Bicknell Big-Block, fourth-place starter Decker improved to second upon
Martz’ departure and took advantage of the slowdown to slingshot past Hoffman high out of turn four as the lead duo completed the 15th circuit. The action heated up with plenty of three-wide maneuvers back in the pack and a third of the way through Planck, Hearn and NES regular Ryan Godown filed into top-five positions.
Past New Egypt points champion Jimmy Horton forced the second caution period on
lap 25 when his no. r24 Grosso mount came to a stop out of turn two after uffering a broken front axle. With the yellow lights still on, sixth-place runner Rick Laubach ducked pitside to replace a flat tire which moved top-10 racers Matt Sheppard and Tim Fuller one spot closer to the front.
Once past the halfway point, a rash of cautions kept the field in check but not before Hoffman regained the lead on lap 32 in a move mirroring that of Decker rocketing high out of the fourth corner. One lap prior, tour traveler Gary Tomkins gave up a solid top-10 run when his Honeoye Auto Parts no. 84 Bicknell entry belched a cloud of smoke on the front stretch before coming to a stop on the back straightaway to continue his string of bad luck. With Hoffman holding the point, Rich Rutski looped in turn two on lap 35 and Billy Dunn smacked the turn three wall on lap 37 to require further stoppage in the 30-mile main.
Hearn had overtaken Planck for third during Rutski’s mishap and a three-car battle
appeared to be shaping up for the lead in the closing stages. Yet as the laps dwindled, Hoffman and Decker pulled away at will to decide the final outcome all by themselves.
Decker shadowed Hoffman for a dozen circuits before forging the final lead change on lap 51 and even a final yellow flag with two to go when Danny Johnson broke a rear hub failed to prevent Decker from scoring his second victory in the ’07 Advance Auto Parts by a half-dozen car-lengths.
“This is a tough place to race, a lot of stress on both driver and equipment, my hat’s off to those guys that put on a show here every week,” said Decker, who kept alive his chances of a second overall Hoosier Tire-Sunoco Race Fuels Mr. DIRTcar Championship by finishing two spots ahead of current leader Hearn. “I won here a few years back but have had mostly bad luck ever since. Lately we’ve been gaining and gaining, little by little, so its always fun to come out on top in a race like this. The 51 car was really quick tonight and he left me a lane when he knew I was there. And having a chance to win with a field like this is a big accomplishment for the whole Gypsum team.”
Runner-up Hoffman scored his only other front-five finish at New Egypt in 2002, and
seemed quite content with a second-place tally after his early night disappointment
attempting to qualifying. “We were really bad in the heat race, then made a bunch of changes and actually turned out good in the feature,” assessed Hoffman, whose lone win at New Egypt this season came the last Saturday in July when he captured the special 38-lap Mike Rogie Memorial event. “I had a good run going with Billy, swapping back and forth, inside and outside, before he got me back on the inside again. I started getting loose there at the end and was pretty good, but it was still a heck of a run for us coming home second.”
Hearn charged into third with less than half the race to go yet never was able to muster a serious challenge for the leaders as he settled for his division-high 12th top-five finish in 16 SDS races. “Those guys were a little better than we were tonight,” said Hearn, after increasing his Advance Auto Parts Series lead to 65 points over fifth-place finisher Fuller. “I just sat back waiting to see what was going to happen and hoping that either we would get better or they’d get worse. And if anything, they got better and we got worse. But we’ll take what we can get. When you have a bad night and get third out of it, I guess that’s pretty good. It will be real interesting coming back (October) because I think that will be a daytime race. And that may be one of the first races ever run here during the day. That should change things a lot,” Hearn noted.
Bringing the curtain down on a 7-race stint in 17 days, top teams traveling in the
Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series will contend in a rare back-to-back inseason doubleheader at Can-Am Motorsports Park on Aug. 18 and Cayuga County Fair Speedway on Aug. 19. Twin 50s at Can-Am and a pair of 53-lappers at Cayuga County headline the final tour shows in August with each offering valuable points towards the overall Hoosier-Sunoco Mr. DIRTcar Championship.
Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series Race #16 – New Egypt Speedway, August 15, 2007 Big Bear 60 presented by K&A Excavating Big-Block Modified Event Summary
1 4 91 Billy Decker/Unadilla,NY($6,000)
2 1 51m Keith Hoffman/Whitehall,NY
3 5 20 Brett Hearn/Sussex,NJ
4 3 77x Dale Planck/Cortland,NY
5 11 19 Tim Fuller/Edwards, NY
6 8 747 Ryan Godown/Ringoes,NJ
7 9 44s Matt Sheppard/Waterloo,NY
8 12 44 Frank Cozze/Wind Gap,PA
9 29 7x Steve Paine/Waterloo,NY
10 20 14j Alan Johnson/Middlesex,NY
11 13 98h Jimmy Phelps/Baldwinsville,NY
12 17 8 Rich Scagliotta/Bound Brook,NJ
13 6 2bjr. Dominick Buffalino/Morganville,NJ
14 19 rjs7 Ron John Koczon/New Egypt,NJ
15 22 usa1 Richie Tobias,Jr./Annville,PA
16 16 27j Danny Johnson/Rochester,NY
17 7 14 Rick Laubach/Quakertown,PA
18 2 3 Sam Martz/Whitehouse Station,NJ
19 25 5w Pat Wall/New Egypt,NJ
20 21 51x John McClelland/Martinsville,NJ
21 27 19b Kenny Brightbill/Sinking Spring,PA
22 15 49 Billy Dunn/Watertown,NY
23 28 41 Rich Rutski/Somerville,NJ
24 14 m40 Mark Forte,Jr./Blue Anchor,NJ
25 18 84 Gary Tomkins/Clifton Springs,NY
26 10 r24 Jimmy Horton/Neshanic Station,NJ
27 24 23 Tom Carberry/Hopewell,NJ
28 26 8f Stan Frankenfield Jr./Bridgewater,NJ
29 23 85 Jim Robertson/Levittown,PA
DNQ DNS 1 Billy Pauch/Frenchtown,NJ
DNQ DNS 3h Marc Herman/Lambertville,NJ
GATER NEWS LAP LEADERS: Hoffman (1-14), Decker (15-31), Hoffman (32-50),
Decker (51-60).
CAUTIONS: 6 (lap 14, lap 25, lap 31, lap 35, lap 37, lap 58).
RITE AID 200 QUALIFIER: Keith Hoffman(P).
1 17.756 101.374 44 Frank Cozze/Wind Gap,PA
*$100 Integra Shocks Fast Qualifier Award
2 17.871 100.722 91 Billy Decker/Unadilla,NY
3 17.880 100.671 14 Rick Laubach/Quakertown,PA
4 17.956 100.245 44s Matt Sheppard/Waterloo,NY
5 17.961 100.217 2bjr. Dominick Buffalino/Morganville,NJ
6 17.973 100.150 747 Ryan Godown/Ringoes,NJ
7 17.975 100.139 98h Jimmy Phelps/Baldwinsville,NY
8 17.977 100.128 m40 Mark Forte,Jr./Blue Anchor,NJ
9 18.019 99.895 77x Dale Planck/Cortland,NY
10 18.060 99.668 19 Tim Fuller/Edwards, NY
11 18.083 99.541 3 Sam Martz/Whitehouse Station,NJ
12 18.083 99.541 51m Keith Hoffman/Whitehall,NY
13 18.140 99.228 rjs7 Ron John Koczon/New Egypt,NJ
14 18.181 99.004 20 Brett Hearn/Sussex,NJ
15 18.220 98.793 49 Billy Dunn/Watertown,NY
16 18.227 98.755 r24 Jimmy Horton/Neshanic Station,NJ
17 18.245 98.657 23 Tom Carberry/Hopewell,NJ
18 18.259 98.582 51x John McClelland/Martinsville,NJ
19 18.261 98.571 27j Danny Johnson/Rochester,NY
20 18.275 98.495 8 Rich Scagliotta/Bound Brook,NJ
21 18.382 97.922 84 Gary Tomkins/Clifton Springs,NY
22 18.406 97.794 14j Alan Johnson/Middlesex,NY
23 18.473 97.440 85 Jim Robertson/Levittown,PA
24 18.562 96.972 5w Pat Wall/New Egypt,NJ
25 18.572 96.920 7x Steve Paine/Waterloo,NY
26 18.755 95.974 usa1 Richie Tobias,Jr./Annville,PA
27 19.412 92.726 8f Stan Frankenfield Jr./Bridgewater,NJ
28 -NT- ----- 1 Billy Pauch/Frenchtown,NJ
29 -NT- ----- 3h Marc Herman/Lambertville,NJ
30 -NT- ----- 19b Kenny Brightbill/Sinking Spring,PA
31 -NT- ----- 41 Rich Rutski/Somerville,NJ
Heat Races (10 laps, top 6 finishers transferred to feature, top 4 went to re-draw)
#1: Sheppard, Cozze, Horton, Fuller, Phelps, D.Johnson, Koczon, Paine, A.Johnson,
Pauch (DNS), Herman (DNS).
#2: Decker, Buffalino, Hearn, Hoffman, Forte, Scagliotta, Rutski, Carberry, Tobias,
#3: Laubach, Godown, Planck, Martz, Dunn, Tomkins, McClelland, Wall, Brightbill,
Consolation Round (10 laps, all finishers transferred to feature)
#1: Koczon, A.Johnson, McClelland, Tobias, Robertson, Carberry, Wall, Frankenfield,
Brightbill, Rutski, Paine, Pauch (DNS), Herman (DNS).
Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series Point Standings (Thru Aug. 15, 2007)
Rank No. Driver Points Diff Wins Top-5 Top-10 Starts
1 20 Brett Hearn 1,312 0 4 12 14 16
2 19 Tim Fuller 1,247 -65 1 9 15 16
3 91 Billy Decker 1,231 -81 2 9 11 16
4 77x Dale Planck 1,108 -204 1 4 11 16
5 7x Steve Paine 1,085 -227 0 4 12 16
6 98h Jimmy Phelps 1,083 -229 0 6 11 16
7 27j Danny Johnson 1,054 -258 3 6 8 16
8 44s Matt Sheppard 947 -365 0 3 10 15
9 44 Frank Cozze 924 -388 1 2 7 15
10 14j Alan Johnson 879 -433 1 3 6 15
11 84 Gary Tomkins 844 -468 1 3 5 16
12 49 Billy Dunn 649 -663 0 0 1 14
13 3 Justin Haers 633 -679 0 1 4 12
14 32c Vic Coffey 436 -876 0 1 4 8
15 42b Kevin Bates 340 -972 0 0 1 8
16 60 Kenny Stafford 326 -986 0 0 0 8
17 6 Pat O'Brien 261 -1,051 1 1 2 4
18 22g Mitch Gibbs 257 -1,055 0 0 0 6
19 14 Rick Laubach 252 -1,060 0 1 2 4
20 1a Brian Weaver 250 -1,062 0 0 1 5
21 3b Chad Brachmann 226 -1,086 0 0 3 5
22 66w Wallace Stacey® 192 -1,120 0 0 0 3
23 15 Brett Tonkin 187 -1,125 0 0 0 5
24 26 Ryan Godown 177 -1,135 0 1 2 2
25 48t Dave Rauscher 175 -1,137 0 0 0 5
26 99 Ryan Phelps 172 -1,140 0 0 0 4
27 21 Yan Bussiere 167 -1,145 0 0 0 3
28 99a Mike Adderley 164 -1,148 0 0 1 4
29 56 Vince Vitale 162 -1,150 0 0 0 5
30 r24 Jimmy Horton 161 -1,151 0 0 1 3
Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series Modified Entries – August 15 (31)
CAR# DRIVER / HOMETOWN TEAM (Sponsor / Chassis / Engine)
1 Billy Pauch/Frenchtown,NJ K&A Excavating Contractors-Pioneer Pole Buildings-Greenfield Dodge/Bicknell/Feil
usa1 Richie Tobias,Jr./Annville,PA Cenco Heating Oil-Lineman Racing/Troyer/Medford Speed Shop
2bjr. Dominick Buffalino/Morganville,NJ Always Towing-Supreme Heating & Air Conditioning/Bicknell/Red's Racing Engines
3 Sam Martz/Whitehouse Station,NJ Perone's Auto Service & Salvage-Cedar Fence/Bicknell/Feil
3h Marc Herman/Lambertville,NJ JEPO Motorsports-County Concrete Corporation/TEO/JEPO
5w Pat Wall/New Egypt,NJ Wall Truck Tire-Esposito Auto Transport/Bicknell/Feil
7x Steve Paine/Waterloo,NY Tallmadge Tire-Terrell's Potato Chips-Swarthout Recycling/Troyer/Finger Lakes
rjs7 Ron John Koczon/New Egypt,NJ PenCell Plastics-RJS H&AC/Bicknell/Feil
8 Rich Scagliotta/Bound Brook,NJ Central Jersey Trailer & Hitch Depot-Adamsville Maintenance/Bicknell/Enders
8f Stan Frankenfield Jr./Bridgewater,NJ FSR Racing-A1 Racing Products/TEO/Feil
14 Rick Laubach/Quakertown,PA Alpha Mills-Reiley & Sterner Auto Sales-Werner's Auto Body/TEO/Enders
14j Alan Johnson/Middlesex,NY Bully's Truck Stop-CFF,Inc./Bicknell/Morrison
19 Tim Fuller/Edwards, NY JL Motorsports-Chiefs Tobacco & Gas-G&R Auto Parts/TEO/Enders
19b Kenny Brightbill/Sinking Spring,PA Heavy Business/Bicknell/HG Associates
20 Brett Hearn/Sussex,NJ Madsen Mtrsports-Wentworth Custom Homes-Kruger-WLR/TEO/Enders
23 Tom Carberry/Hopewell,NJ Consoli Septic Systems-Bucks County River Country/Bicknell/Ken Carberry
r24 Jimmy Horton/Neshanic Station,NJ Grosso Trucking-Metal Fab Pro Race Shop/Bicknell/Feil
27j Danny Johnson/Rochester,NY Thompson Motorsports-Chiefs Tobacco & Gas/Troyer/Morrison
m40 Mark Forte,Jr./Blue Anchor,NJ Stone Grille Restaurant & Bar-BSR Products/TEO/Finger Lakes
41 Rich Rutski/Somerville,NJ BRB Construction-MMI Properties-Total Automotive/Bicknell/Feil
44 Frank Cozze/Wind Gap,PA Waite's General Contractors-Carquest-Bert Transmission/PMC/M2 Power
44s Matt Sheppard/Waterloo,NY Currier Plastics-Magee Transport-Adam Ross/Bicknell/Finger Lakes
49 Billy Dunn/Watertown,NY Number One Speed-Fast Lube of Watertown/Bicknell/Finger Lakes
51m Keith Hoffman/Whitehall,NY Michaels Bros. Racing-Land Image Landscaping/TEO/Feil
51x John McClelland/Martinsville,NJ Michaels Bros. Racing-Land Image Landscaping/TEO/Feil
77x Dale Planck/Cortland,NY East End Auto Parts & Construction-Jacob's Excavation/Bicknell/Kevlar
84 Gary Tomkins/Clifton Springs,NY Honeoye Auto Parts-Red Parker & Son Excavating/Bicknell/Mastin
85 Jim Robertson/Levittown,PA B&R Transmissions-X-Cel Landscaping/Bicknell/Bill Robertson
91 Billy Decker/Unadilla,NY Gypsum Wholesalers-Stadium Int'l-Quality Hardwoods/Bicknell/Enders
98h Jimmy Phelps/Baldwinsville,NY Mohawk Northeast-New England Race Fuels/Troyer/Bruneau
747 Ryan Godown/Ringoes,NJ Edison Generators-Strober & Sons Roofing/Troyer/Feil
2007 Tour Travelers: For the third straight year tour officials once again signed up the best Big-Block Modified teams in the Northeast to compete in every Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series show. The star-studded group of drivers accepting contract extensions ---those finishing among the top-12 in the final overall 2007 Hoosier Tire-Sunoco Race Fuels Mr. DIRT Championship point standings--- are reigning Mr. DIRT points king and winningest Big-Block Modified driver Alan Johnson, current Advance Auto Parts SDS points leader Matt Sheppard, ‘05 Mr. DIRT champion Tim Fuller, alltime Advance Auto Parts Series race winner Brett Hearn, ‘04 Mr. DIRT titlist Gary Tomkins, third-year tour follower Jimmy Phelps, DIRT NorthEast’s winningest ’07 driver Danny Johnson, Canandaigua Speedway record-setter Steve Paine, full-time tour follower Dale Planck, Keystone State open-wheel veteran Frank Cozze, and recent additions Billy Decker and Justin Hears.
Martz Makes Tracks: Sleep had been hard to come by the past few days for Sam
Martz as he prepped for the return of the Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series to his hometrack in New Egypt, N.J. Last year Tim Fuller took advantage of a broken axle by race-long leader Martz on a lap 69 restart to open the door for Fuller to assume a position he would not relinquish the remainder of the way. The Series event marked the second straight race Martz came up empty-handed in his bid to capture a second career Modified victory at New Egypt as in a regular 30-lapper held the previous Saturday current track points leader Jimmy Horton set up Martz on the final tour and hustled on to victory. A year ago at NES it was just a regular Saturday night distance that separated Martz from the biggest win of his career before the right-rear axle gave way on the ultra-tacky half-mile oval. “I can see you guys tried to help me out by shortening the race this time,” joked Martz, 39, prior to race time. “If you can’t make it to the front in 60 laps you probably won’t with a few more added on anyways. 60 is plenty, I think 100 is a little too long. I’ve been waiting awhile for this one to come back around.
It was hard to swallow after losing last year but we ended the season strong winning three in a row. Can’t wait to get back out there, hopefully I have something to prove.”
Hearn Makes History: In DIRTcar NorthEast, Alan Johnson (349) is the career Big-
Block Modified win leader and Pete Bicknell (187) tops the 358-Modified win chart.
However, Brett Hearn remains the organization’s winningest Modified driver, now
totaling exactly 500 victories since taking his first checkered flag in 1981. “100 Super DIRT Series wins sounds pretty nice too,” said Hearn, who now owns 336 Big-Block Modified and 164 358-Modified victories, with a division-best 96 in Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series competition. He has captured five Advance Auto Parts Series wins this season to increase his ’07 Big-Block count to a division-high 11, with two more checkered flags scored in Small-Block competition. “Right now the only number I care about is most points. But looking back, I never ever ran two DIRT tracks on the same weekend since I started. That’s something I’m really proud of,” added Hearn, who has recorded well over 700 feature wins since making his Sportsman Modified debut in 1976.
Pot Holes: Leading the tour in Integra Shocks Time Trial Awards earned this season,
Billy Decker looped in turn two to end any chance at collecting his seventh honor on
Wednesday. He got things straightened out come feature time. Tour traveler Steve
Paine followed suit, spinning in the same spot during the consolation round…..Decker
rebounded from misfortune the night before that included getting upside down in his
heat before using the same car at New Egypt the next night to post his 37th career (5th all-time) Advance Auto Parts Series victory…..No motor trouble for Frank Cozze on this occasion as for the 2nd straight year the ‘05 NES Big-Block points champion set fast time (17.756 sec.) in the no. 44 Waite's General Contractors-Bert Transmission/PMC entry. Last year the Wind Gap, Pa. veteran stopped the clocks at 17.334 seconds and finished fifth in the feature…..Despite a non-point event on the track schedule, 10 of the top-15 point-getters signed in including leader and seven-time feature winner Matt Sheppard. “I wish the race was 160 laps tonight,” said Sheppard, alluding to his success this year on the slicker NES half-miler…..
Billy Pauch was making his third appearance at New Egypt in ’07, which was his second Big-Block event. Yet after his time failed to register in trials, the Garden State star elected to pack up and go home much to the dismay of his primary sponsor Kevin Bifulco from K&A Excavating, also the presenting sponsor of the Big Bear 60…..More familiar in the BRB Construction-MMI Properties-Total Automotive/Bicknell numbered 81, Rich Rutski switched to the number
41 in honor of his nephew (football jersey) who passed away in March. Like Pauch,
Rutski’s transponder also failed to register using the official computer scoring system
yet unlike the 64-time New Egypt feature winner, Rutski took his place at the back of a heat before finishing the feature in 23rd-place with 34 laps complete…..23 year-old driver Stan Frankenfield Jr. from Bridgewater, N.J. was entered as a rookie Wednesday night attempting to qualify for his first-ever Advance Auto Parts Series start with a brand new car and motor. “We’re just getting our feet wet, I’d even like to check out Cayuga County on Sunday if things turn out okay,” said the second-generation pilot who’s father Stan Sr. was a long-time regular at nearby and now defunct East Windsor Speedway in Hightstown…..The field of 31 registered at New Egypt was bolstered by nine drivers accounting for 19 Rite Aid 200 Super DIRT Week Championships – Brett Hearn (5), Billy Decker (4), Alan Johnson (3), Jimmy Horton (2), Danny Johnson (2), Tim Fuller, Kenny Brightbill and Richie Tobias Jr.
On the heels of the unique Can-Am/Cayuga County twin-bill, the “second” season
officially kicks off on the extended Labor Day Weekend with Cayuga County returning to action for two more 53-lappers on Sunday, Sept. 2 followed the next day by the 36th Annual Robert N. Petrocci Memorial and a pair of 50-lap Modified main events at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park. All four features offer valuable points towards the overall Hoosier-Sunoco Mr. DIRT Championship plus guaranteed starting spots in the Rite Aid 200 Championship on Oct. 7 of Super DIRT Week XXXVI at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse.
2007 Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series Schedule
NP=Non-Point event.
Day-Date Laps Track Winner/Rite Aid 200 Qualifier (Location)
Wed-Feb 14 30-NP Volusia Speedway Park Danny Johnson
Thr-Feb 15 30-NP Volusia Speedway Park -rain-
Fri-Feb 16 30-NP Volusia Speedway Park Tim Fuller
Sat-Feb 17 50-NP Volusia Speedway Park Danny Johnson
Sat-Mar 31 100 Hagerstown Speedway Tim Fuller(G)
Thr-May 3 60 Virginia Motor Speedway Danny Johnson(G)
Thr-May 31 75 Orange Co Fair Speedway Frank Cozze(G)
Sat-Jun 9 100 Fulton Speedway Alan Johnson(G)
Tue-Jul 3 50 Rolling Wheels Raceway Brett Hearn(G)
Tue-Jul 3 50 Rolling Wheels Raceway Gary Tomkins(G)
Fri-Jul 6 100 Ransomville Speedway D.Johnson/Billy Decker(P)
Tue-Jul 10 100 Brockville Ont Speedway Pat O’Brien(G)
Wed-Jul 18 100 Grandview Speedway B.Hearn/Ryan Godown(P)
Sun-Jul 22 100 Cornwall Motor Speedway Billy Decker(G)
Mon-Jul 23 100 Autodrome Drummond B.Hearn/Steve Paine(P)
Fri-Aug 3 100 Brewerton Speedway Dale Planck(G)
Mon-Aug 6 100 Merrittville Speedway D.Johnson/Jimmy Phelps(P)
Thr-Aug 9 50 Canandaigua Speedway B.Hearn/Vic Coffey(P)
Thr-Aug 9 50 Canandaigua Speedway Rain-Cancelled
Sat-Aug 11 100 Lebanon Valley Speedway B.Hearn/Jeff Trombley(P)
Wed-Aug 15 60 New Egypt Speedway B.Decker/Keith Hoffman(P)
Sat-Aug 18 2-50 Can-Am Motorsports Park LaFargeville, NY
Sun-Aug 19 2-53 Cayuga Co Fair Speedway Weedsport, NY
Sun-Sep 2 2-53 Cayuga Co Fair Speedway Weedsport, NY
Mon-Sep 3 2-50 Rolling Wheels Raceway Elbridge, NY
Sat-Sep 8 200 Lebanon Valley Speedway West Lebanon, NY
Sat-Sep 22 3-50 Rolling Wheels Raceway Elbridge, NY
Sun-Oct 7 200 New York State Fairgrnds Syracuse, NY
Sat-Oct 13 2-60 New Egypt Speedway New Egypt, NJ
Sun-Oct 21 200 Orange Co Fair Speedway Middletown, NY
*All events subject to change.

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