New on the Audio Page from Brewerton Speedway:
After the heat races:
Nick Krause won the first Sportsman heat race of the night and told me about some recent issues.
Corey Barker described an incident he was involved with in his heat and how he almost flipped.
Kyle Fink spoke about his Sportsman heat win and explained why he had a different body on the car.
Matt Hulsizer won the battle of three brother in laws and told me why he switched up his race line.
Vinnie Vitale celebrated his birthday with a heat win and talked about taking time off from racing.
Vic Coffey told me about the only problem he had in his heat win and wondered about the racetrack.
After the feature races:
Chris Bonoffski is on quite a roll with his Four Cylinder and spoke about winning another feature.
Jeff Sykes won a hotly contested Mod Lite feature and talked about how well his car was rotating.
Glenn Forward led the last four laps to win the Sportsman feature and spoke about his winning car.
Tim Kerr talked about the brand new car he used to pick up his second Brewerton win of the season.
Pat Ward picked up fourteen spots to finish second and compared himself to the race winner late.
Larry Wight spoke about finishing in third after starting seventeenth and picking up the point lead.
Tim Sears Jr. looked wiped out after his fifth place finish and explained how tough it was out there.
I had another fun night at Brewerton Speedway as the track was in excellent condition. In the heats they had a foot high cushion all the way around and the bottom was still fast. As usual it changed a lot in the features and the cushion was not as high but it was quite a show all the way around.
I always feel good with Tim Kerr wins and he was strong on this night holding off Pat Ward in the closing laps. Pat got to second with eight laps to go but was never able to gain on Kerr. Larry Wight took the point lead with his third place finish as he picked up that spot with just one lap to go. And Pat came from 16th and Larry from 17th. Not bad huh?
I got four of the top five in the Modified division as well as the open wheel heat winners and the victory lanes. I also got eleven pre-race interviews done and they will begin showing up during the week. I tried to do less chats of a longer length. Which would you guys prefer? More with less time or a smaller total with more time per interview? It’s a question I am always asking myself.
Today I will stay close to home so I can spend some extra time with my kids in the afternoon so I will head to Fulton later on. And don’t forget that Oswego Speedway is crowning their champions tonight so if you are an asphalt fan then be sure to swing by and see all the action at this year’s home for Super DIRT Week.
Come back tomorrow and I will have more for you from Fulton and let’s hope the weather people are wrong about Sunday. Both Utica Rome and Weedsport are going and boy, could we use some good weather on a Sunday. I really feel for Utica Rome and hope they get a little bit of luck tomorrow. Have a great Saturday and support your local speedway. I don’t think you all realize how fragile this whole thing is right now.