| New on the Audio Page from Brewerton Speedway:
After the Modified heat races:
Ryan Godown finished second in the first Modified heat and told me about his small block past.
Keith Flach lost a spot to finished third in the heat and spoke about slowing down to run down low.
Tommy Sears won the 2nd Modified heat race and spoke about saving a tire for late in the race.
Chris Hile looked over a pile of tires in the pit next to him and told me about his 2nd place finish.
Rob Bellinger fell from first to third and talked about what happened to cause him to fall back.
Tim Sears Jr. borrowed a drink from his son and told me how he won the third Modified heat race.
Tyler Trump raced his way from 5th to 2nd in his heat and spoke about getting to make the draw.
After the feature races:
Mat Williamson picked up his first SDS win of the season and talked about fading at the very end.
Chris Hile finished second in the series race and wondered if he may have needed a few more laps.
Larry Wight led early, fell back and spoke about racing his way back up to finish in third place.
Matt Sheppard came from eleventh and told me why his progress stopped after reaching fourth.
Tim Sears Jr. explained why his car fell back as the track changed and how he ended up in sixth.
Peter Britten was the Hard Charger finishing 7th from 25th and talked about when the car improved.
Ryan Godown explained what happened during the final caution that caused him to fall to tenth.
Kyle Inman told me how he won the Sportsman Series race and why he changed his engine again.
Lots of audio up today from a really good show last night as the big block Super DIRTcar Series shared the bill with a Super DIRTcar Sportsman race. There 35 big blocks and 46 Sportsman so each division was well represented on a track surface that black, smooth and wide…old school if you will compared to what the track has been like the last few months.
There was a pretty good sized crowd on hand as well as the races are winding down as are the chances to each track we love so much one more time. Fortunately Brewerton has a night show during Super DIRT Week so they’re not done yet and if you were there last you are now a little happier that they still have a show to go as the racing was really good.
Mat Williamson is now one win away from tying his career high as he passed Brewerton Speedway’s 2019 Modified champion Larry Wight on lap ten and went unchallenged from there. Brewerton regular Chris Hile was able to close to within a few car lengths in the final laps as they hit slower traffic but this one was all Mat!
I got interviews with many of the drivers both in the heat races and after the features as my leg didn’t fell as badly as it has and I was able to do some walking around almost like the good old days at times. That was nice!
The Sportsman race was excellent despite some post race friction as Kyle Inman and Kevin Root put on quite a show up front swapping the lead three times in the last nine laps with Inman coming out on top. I did not do a lot of interviews as you may have been able to hear some of the friction in the background of Inman’s interview.
I’m off to Paradise Speedway today for Allie’s and the Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour’s final race. Where did the season go? They are calling for rain early and hopefully it is not enough to cause a cancellation of this show. Keep your fingers crossed for me as I am so hoping for one more race and one more chance to see all the new friends I made this year.
The season could have not gone any better for us as we exceeded expectations at every level. I can’t thank everyone enough from the people in the club, the tracks that welcomed us, the fans that rooted us on and all of you for all your support on so many levels. It’s been great and we can’t wait to do it again next year!
I hope you all have a great Saturday and safe one too. See you tomorrow with more.