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LAST-LAP PASS MAKES BACHETTI 11TH DIFFERENT SUPERNATIONALS WINNER

CENTER LISLE, NY – For the 11th consecutive edition, the American Racer Cup Short Track SuperNationals produced a new winner.

Sheffield, Mass., driver Andy Bachetti utilized a last-lap pass to put his name on the list of ‘Working Man’s Race’ champions Saturday night at Thunder Mountain Speedway, annexing the 50-lap big-block/small-block Modified event in dramatic fashion.

The SuperNationals was held at Thunder Mountain for the first time in its history with two days of racing on Friday and Saturday nights. Some 234 drivers competed over the weekend at the Center Lisle three-eighths-mile oval.

Bachetti and Mat Williamson thrilled the fans during the latter stages of the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco Halmar International North Region eighth round.

“Whether I won or not, that was a great race,” exclaimed Bachetti after his $5,100 payday on the Mountain. “It was good, clean, hard racing. Mat (Williamson) has a lot of talent. He will win his share on this series.”

In 11 years, there have been 11 different Short Track SuperNationals Modified victors. Bachetti joins that elite group.

“We’ve been close before in this race,” he said. “But we couldn’t pull it off. This is one I wanted to get.”

It was Williamson who picked the pole via a redraw of top heat-race qualifiers. The Canadian led the 31-car starting field to the green aboard the Behrent’s Performance Warehouse No. 3.

Williamson took the lead at the outset with Bachetti, who started fourth, shot the gap into second on the opening lap.

Danny Bouc, a New Egypt (N.J.) Speedway regular in his Thunder Mountain debut, powered from ninth into the top-three inside the opening laps and joined the lead battle.

The lead trio survived a slew of restarts during the race’s first half. As the laps clicked off, the trio out front tightened up with Bachetti working on Williamson and Bouc, who switched lanes to the extreme inside, pressuring Bachetti.

Seventh-starter Shaun Walker, the 2014 Short Track SuperNationals winner, quietly moved forward and joined the front three.

During the final stretch of green-flag racing, Bachetti methodically closed on Williamson as both drivers encountered a pack of lapped traffic. On lap 48, Bachetti used a slide-job to momentarily take the top spot from Williamson. However, Williamson crossed Bachetti and retook the lead.

With the white flag flying from starter Gary Folk, Bachetti pulled just ahead of Williamson at the exit of turn two. The pair raced side-by-side into turn three.

Bachetti, on the top, was able to clear a slower car and beat Williamson back to the Sunoco Race Fuels checkered flag.

Williamson, of St. Catharines, Ont., ended his bid for a career-first STSS victory in the runner-up position, taking home $3,000 plus $200 from Superior Remodeling as the Halfway Leader and $100 from Precision Hydraulic & Oil as a heat winner.

Despite two tires going down on the Mike Costello-backed No. 21, Masonville, N.Y.’s Walker completed the podium in third spot, earning $2,100.

Pipersville, Pa.’s Bouc capped his first visit to the Mountain with a fourth-place finish driving his self-owned No. 32 Teo-Pro car. Bouc impressively utilized a sealed spec small-block engine in his efforts during the SuperNationals.

Eighth-starter Billy Decker of Sidney, N.Y., kept his championship hopes alive with a steady fifth-place drive in Jeremy Smith’s No. 91. Only one race remains on the STSS Halmar International North Region schedule at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, N.Y., on Thursday, October 18.

Ryan Godown of Ringoes, N.J., rode the outside lane from 17th to finish sixth in the Searock Motorsports No. 26, followed by Mike Gular of Boyertown, Pa., in the Terry Fasnacht-owned No. 2A; late arriver Matt Sheppard of Waterloo, N.Y., who started 15th; 14th-starter Anthony Perrego of Middletown, N.Y., in the Brian Smith-owned No. 44; and Danny Creeden of Wurtsboro, N.Y., who rolled off the grid in 21st.

2006 Short Track SuperNationals winner Mike Ricci of Tillson, N.Y., started 30th and finished 11th to earn the Hard Charger Award, which consisted of $200 from Land Hoe Maintenance, a $200 Beyea Custom Headers certificate and a $50 QA1 certificate.

Heat winners for the 47 assembled STSS Modifieds were Walker, Alex Yankowski, Williamson, Jeff Strunk and Bachetti. All heat winners received $100 cash from Precision Hydraulic & Oil and a $50 Beyea Custom Headers gift certificate.

The consolations went to Godown, Brett Tonkin and Dan Hineline.

Berkshire, N.Y.’s Kenny Hammond kept his late-season momentum on the Mountain rolling. Hammond won the STSS Crate 602 Sportsman 25-lap finale, earning $1,000 for his efforts in the Hunt’s Auto Service No. 30.

The veteran Hammond drove from eighth starting position to the lead and won in dominant fashion.

Second-generation driver Blaine Klinger drove to a second-place finish, with Dale Welty advancing from seventh to finish third.

Tom Collins Jr. of Lansing, N.Y., completed his championship season in the STSS Crate 602 Sportsman North Region with a fourth-place finish. Collins entered the night just 10 points ahead of Dustin Jordan, who finished ninth. Kyle Rohner drove the Superior Remodeling No. 44 to fifth at the finish.

Shane Wolf Jr. took $1,000 back home to Susquehanna, Pa., after dominating the 20-lap Street Stock main event. Despite numerous cautions, Wolf pulled away on each restart to gain the triumph over Kurt Stebbins, who advanced late in the distance for second, Trevor Dudley, Dylan Cecce and Earl Zimmer.

Using the outside lane with just two laps remaining in the 20-lap main, Bailey Boyd completed a weekend sweep of 600 Modified competition on the Mountain. Boyd powered around Nathan Brinker coming to the white flag. Brinker settled for second, with Josh Pepe, Mark Golden and Josh Mudge in tow.

The 15-lap Vintage Modified Open saw a back-and-forth battle for the lead. Mike Houghtaling prevailed over Bob Johnson. Charlie Houghtaling, Doug Atkins and Joe Judge filled out the front five.

Thunder Mountain Speedway is located at 91 Hunts Corners Road Center Lisle, NY 13797, approximately 25 miles north of Binghamton. The three-eighths-mile clay oval features hillside concrete seating, free parking and camping, a variety of concession items and novelties, a family environment and more. To learn more about Thunder Mountain Speedway, visitwww.thundermtnspeedway.net.

Saturday’s event concluded the 2018 season for Thunder Mountain Speedway.

The Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco continues Friday, October 12 at Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pa., with a 40-lap STSS Modified Velocita-USA South Region event offering $5,000 to win, $1,000 for 10th and $400 to start. 410 Sprint Cars are also on the card paying $4,000 to win for 25 laps.

To learn more about the 2018 Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco, visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, check out ‘Short Track Super Series’ on Facebook or @ShortTrackSS on Twitter or Instagram.

SUPERNATIONALS SIDENOTES: The ‘Working Man’s Race’ was appropriate for Short Track Super Series and Thunder Mountain officials. Rain saturated the facility early Saturday morning. While tapering off in the afternoon, showers returned at approximately 7:15 p.m. and prompted an hour rain delay.

Later, electrical problems, yet undiagnosed, caused sections of speedway lighting to go dark and require repair. Through the challenges, all feature events were completed….

Planned champion’s events for the Modifieds and Street Stocks were ultimately scrapped due to the weather and lighting issues. The eight drivers ready to compete in the American Racer Cup Match Races for the Modifieds each received a free tire certificate and $250 (splitting the $2,000 top prize). The Trackside Products Street Stock Dash participants present were given $100 cash each and a free tire certificate….

All winner’s received ‘Working Man’ hard hats as part of their Victory Lane celebrations….

Weather delays at both Thunder Mountain and Super DIRT Week in Oswego, N.Y., kept drivers on their toes. Mat Williamson, Matt Sheppard and Billy Decker all arrived at Thunder Mountain in time to run heat races. Billy Pauch Jr. made the consolation and was able to earn his guaranteed spot achieved at New Egypt Speedway to start the main 31st….

Despite Saturday’s shaky weather, a very robust crowd turned out for the SuperNationals event, with 47 Modifieds, 30 STSS Crate 602 Sportsman, 24 Street Stocks, 11 600 Modifieds and nine Vintage Cars filling the pits….

Dan Hineline and Nick Rochinski both qualified for the STSS Modified feature but were unable to run their cars. Hineline broke a steering arm after winning a consolation and hit the turn-three wall. Rochinski, who made the redraw in his heat, suffered engine trouble. Rochinski drove the Ricky Newton No. 55 and Hineline the Ken Titus No. 9 to take the green….

The Short Track Super Series is presented by American Racer/Lias Tire, Sunoco Race Fuel, Insinger Performance, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Halmar International, Allstar Performance, ATL Racing Fuel Cells, Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, Beyea Custom Headers, Bicknell Racing Products, Dirt Track Digest, Fast Axle, Fox Racing Shocks, Henry’s Exhaust, Hig Fab, HyperCo, Kirkey Racing Fabrication, K&N,  Land Hoe Maintenance, Precision Hydraulic & Oil, QA1, Race Pro Weekly, Racing Optics, Superior Remodeling, Teo-Pro Car, Vahlco, Velocita, Weld & Wilwood.

 

AMERICAN RACER CUP SHORT TRACK SUPERNATIONALS 11 RACE SUMMARY – THUNDER MOUNTAIN SPEEDWAY OCTOBER 6, 2018

Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Halmar International North Region Event No. 8 Modified Feature Finish (50 laps):  ANDY BACHETTI,Mat Williamson, Shaun Walker, Danny Bouc, Billy Decker, Ryan Godown, Mike Gular, Matt Sheppard, Anthony Perrego, Danny Creeden, Mike Ricci, Bill Pauch Jr., Mike Colsten, Jerry Higbie, Nick Nye, Steve Davis, Brett Tonkin, Jeremy Smith, Jeff Strunk, Frank Cozze, Alex Yankowski, P.J. Goodwin, Scott Ferrier, Jared Umbenhauer, Craig Hanson, Mike Bowman, Nick Rochinski, Kevin Hartnett, Kevin Sockriter, Joe Judge, Dan Hineline.

Did Not Qualify: Sam Allen, Brad Rothaupt, Colton Wilson, Tyler Siri, Cory Costa, Damon Decker, John Morse, Ricky Newton, J.R. Hurlburt, Duane Howard, Steve Cummings, Brian Malcolm, Lee Dewitt, Tyler Keener, Ken Titus, Alan Barker.

American Racer/Lias Tire Bonuses (FREE Tire): Anthony Perrego (ninth) & Mike Ricci (11th)
ATL Fuel Cells Bonus ($200 Certificate): Billy Decker (10th)
Behrent’s Performance Warehouse Bonuses ($50 Gift Cards): Danny Bouc (fourth) & Anthony Perrego (ninth)
Beyea Headers Heat Winners ($50 Certificates): Shaun Walker, Alex Yankowski, Mat Williamson, Jeff Strunk & Andy Bachetti
Beyea Headers Hard Charger ($200 Certificate): Mike Ricci (30th to 11th)
Fast Axle Bonus ($50 Certificate): Ryan Godown (sixth)
Henry’s Exhaust Power Position Bonus ($50 Certificate): Mike Ricci (11th)
Land Hoe Maintenance Hard Charger ($200): Mike Ricci (30th to 11th)
QA1 Hard Charger ($50 Certificate): Mike Ricci (30th to 11th)
Precision Hydraulic & Oil Heat Winners ($100): Shaun Walker, Alex Yankowski, Mat Williamson, Jeff Strunk & Andy Bachetti
Racing Optics Bonus (Tearoff Sleeve): Shaun Walker (third)
Sunoco Race Fuels/Insinger Performance Bonuses ($50 Certificates): Mat Williamson (second), Billy Pauch Jr. (12th) & P.J. Goodwin (22nd)
Superior Remodeling Halfway Leader ($200): Mat Williamson
WELD Wheels Hard Luck Award (FREE Wheel): Brian Malcolm (DNQ)
Wilwood ‘Lucky 7’ Bonus ($50 Certificate): Mike Gular (seventh)

Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Crate 602 Sportsman North Region Event No. 5 Feature Finish (25 laps): KENNY HAMMOND, Blaine Klinger, Dale Welty, Tommy Collins, Kyle Rohner, Aaron Shelton, Pat Jordan, Daniel Morgiewicz, Dustin Jordan, Stacy Jackson, Joseph Brown, Mike Austin, Jimmy Zacharias,  Cole Stangle, Larry Mekic, Hunter Lapp, Aaron Bowes, Matt Spencer, Jason Feinberg, Mike Grover, Connor Sellars, Jake Mason, Marc Goodwin, Frank Dorry Jr., Jerry Lobdell Jr., Matt Brewer, Will Eastman.

Series Champion: Tom Collins Jr.

Did Not Qualify: Brian Fish, David Demorest, Nathan Brinker.

Street Stock Feature Finish (20 laps): SHANE WOLF JR., Kurt Stebbins, Trevor Dudley, Dylan Cecce, Earl Zimmer, Butch Green, Gene Sharpsteen, Doug Stack Sr., Jake Fowlston, Mike Wilbur, Steven Deinhardt, Rich Sharpsteen, Travis Brockner, T.J. Frost, Bob Crandall, Kyle Stark, Jonathan Fowlston, Rich Green, Brandon Birdsall, Kevin Garland, Shawn Boynton, Doug Polhamus, Matt Bowman.

Did Not Start: Kurt Decker

600 Modified Feature Finish (20 laps): BAILEY BOYD, Nate Brinker, Josh Pepe, Mark Golden, Josh Mudge, Jared Green, James Randall, Chace Scutt, Doug Windhausen, Chelsie Beebe, Aiden Morgan.

Vintage Modified Open Feature Finish (15 laps): MIKE HOUGHTALING, Bob Johnson, Charlie Houghtaling, Doug Atkins, Joe Judge, Bob Schmidt, Jon Atkins, Tex Gordon, Phillip Mitchell.

Work Continues At Thunder Mountain Speedway

New Clay, Expanded Pit Area For 2016 Season; Excitement Grows As Open Practice (April 23) & Season Opener (April 30) Approach

CENTER LISLE, NY – Work has been non-stop at Thunder Mountain Speedway preparing for the 2016 season.

Owner Karl Spoonhower is set for his third season back at the helm of the three-eighths-mile clay oval located just outside of Whitney Point, 25 miles north of Binghamton. The speedway has experienced a resurgence in the last two seasons, with 2015 being among the strongest on record for the facility. Car counts and fan attendance at Thunder Mountain lead the way in the Southern Tier region.

As 2016 approaches, the management team is ready for more.

thunderclayA fresh layer of rich clay – more than 100 loads – was spread on the speedway last fall. Corners were banked steeper to promote additional side-by-side racing. The clay has been groomed this spring and is nearly race-ready.

As car counts have increased, pit area space has come at a premium. That, too, will change for the ’16 season as a significant pit-area expansion project is underway at the speedway.

During the off-season, purse increases were announced. Modifieds will now receive $175 to take the green – the strongest in the area – with a number of higher-paying events on the schedule offering $1,500 or more.

Crate 602 Sportsman will now battle for a $500 winner’s share weekly. The green money for Crates, $100, tops the Southern Tier.  Street Stocks and Rookie Sportsman have also seen bumps through the field. Complete pay structures can be found on the official Thunder Mountain Speedway website.

Also new for ’16: Thunder Mountain Speedway racers are eligible to take part in the American Racer Cup program. Modifieds and Open Sportsman, respectively, will share in the American Racer Cup rewards. Crate 602 Sportsman racers will have their own giveaway program. A free American Racer tire will be distributed via a random draw every other weekend on the Mountain.

All weekly divisions return to the Mountain in ’16, led by the big-block/small-block Modifieds, Open Sportsman, Crate 602 Sportsman, Rookie Sportsman, Street Stocks, XCel 600 Modifieds and FWD Four Cylinders.

Touring series will visit, as well, including the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP, Short Track Super Series for Open Sportsman, Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints (ESS) 360 Sprint Cars, CRSA 305 Sprint Cars, Fight Night Street Stocks, NY6A Micro-Sprints, XCel 600 Modified tour, Empire Lightning Sprints, SRP Sprints and more.

A change on the flag stand is also forthcoming. Jeff Wayman has been named head starter at the speedway for the new season.

The first on-track activity of 2016 takes place on Saturday, April 23 with an open practice session.

The Season Opener is set for Saturday, April 30 headlined by a $1,992-to-win Modified feature plus all weekly divisions. The ’16 point battles begin at the opener and run through September.

For Thunder Mountain Speedway general information and a complete schedule, visit www.thundermtnspeedway.com. The speedway office number is 607.657.8202. On race day, call 607.849.7899. The speedway e-mail is thundermtnspeedway@gmail.com.  “Like” Thunder Mountain Speedway on Facebook or follow @thundermtnspeed on Twitter.

Thunder Mountain Speedway is located at 91 Hunts Corners Road Center Lisle, NY 13797, approximately 25 miles north of Binghamton. The three-eighths-mile clay oval features hillside concrete seating, free parking and camping, a variety of concession items and novelties, a family environment and more.

Mark Your Calendars: HUGE Memorial Day Weekend Planned For Thunder Mountain Speedway May 28-29

Empire Super Sprints (ESS) $3,000 To Win Saturday, Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP $5,000 To Win Sunday; Something For All Fans!

CENTER LISLE, NY – Mark your calendars now.

Memorial Day weekend at Thunder Mountain Speedway is a “can’t miss” two-day affair. The ‘Lightning on the Mountain’ weekend will offer something for race fans of all types at the Center Lisle three-eighths-mile oval SaturdaySunday May 28-29.

On Saturday (May 28), the “lightning-fast” Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints (ESS) 360 Sprint Cars will make their first of two 2016 appearances racing for $3,000 to win and $300 to take the green flag. ESS has become a fan-favorite at Thunder Mountain in appearances during the last two seasons. Curt Michael (2015) and Stewart Friesen (2014) are past ESS winners on the Mountain.

“I am looking forward to starting a new Memorial Day weekend tradition at Thunder Mountain to go along with our Sunday stop at Utica-Rome (N.Y.) Speedway,” ESS vice president Dean Reynolds said. “Our first two events at Thunder Mountain have been outstanding races. I want to thank Karl (Spoonhower), Brett (Deyo) and everyone involved at Thunder Mountain for their support of the Lucas Oil ESS teams with the awesome purse paying $3,000 to win and $300 to start.”

Joining their 360 brethren, the popular CRSA 305 Sprint Cars will be on hand. Like the ESS counterparts, CRSA will visit Thunder Mountain on two occasions this season.

Doug Borger’s XCel 600 Modifieds take part in a “tour race” offering $1,000 to the winner. For the benefit of traveling teams, XCel 600 Modifieds will compete both Saturday and Sunday.

Completing Saturday’s program will be Open Sportsman (in a qualifier for Sunday’s event), Crate 602 Sportsman, Rookie Sportsman, Street Stocks and FWD Four Cylinders.

The action continues on Sunday (May 29) as the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP storms the Mountain with a 50-lap big-block/small-block Modified event paying $5,000 to win, $1,000 for 10th and $400 just to take the green flag.  The ‘Lightning on the Mountain’ offers points toward the STSS Halmar International North Region, the first of two stops in Center Lisle for the ’16 campaign.

Track regular Brian Malcolm of Lake Ariel, Pa., upset the invaders last year in the ‘Lightning on the Mountain’ STSS race, pocketing more than $5,000 for his efforts.

Sunday’s program is presented by two strong supporters of racing in the Southern Tier and northeastern Pennsylvania: Chuck Grimm of Waymart Building Center in Waymart, Pa. and “Rocky” Rosetti of Sharkey’s Fuels in South Canaan, Pa.

Joining the STSS Modifieds on Sunday is the first-year STSS Open Sportsman Series, plus the traveling Fight Night All-Star Street Stocks and XCel 600 Modifieds, in their second $1,000-to-win event of the weekend.

Complete times and general information for both days will be posted as the weekend draws near.

For Thunder Mountain Speedway general information and a complete schedule, visit www.thundermtnspeedway.com. The speedway office number is 607.657.8202. On race day, call 607.849.7899. The speedway e-mail is thundermtnspeedway@gmail.com.  “Like” Thunder Mountain Speedway on Facebook or follow @thundermtnspeed on Twitter.

Thunder Mountain Speedway is located at 91 Hunts Corners Road Center Lisle, NY 13797, approximately 25 miles north of Binghamton. The three-eighths-mile clay oval features hillside concrete seating, free parking and camping, a variety of concession items and novelties, a family environment and more.

To learn more about the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP or BD Motorsports Media LLC, visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com or www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com, call 845.728.2781 during business hours, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, “like” Short Track Super Series on Facebook or follow @ShortTrackSS on Twitter.

The 2016 Short Track Super Series is presented by American Racer/Lias Tire, VP Racing Fuel, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Halmar International, Allstar Performance, ATL Racing Fuel Cells, Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, Bicknell Racing Products, Dirt Track Digest, Fast Axle, Fox Racing Shocks, Hig Fab, Henry’s Exhaust, HyperCo, Kirkey Racing Fabrication, Race Pro Weekly, Racing Optics, Teo-Pro Car, Vahlco Wheels & Velocita


2016 Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP Halmar International North Region Schedule

Saturday, April 2 (Rain Date: April 9) – Orange County Fair Speedway/Middletown, NY – Hard Clay Open

Tuesday, May 10 (Rain Date: May 17) – Big Diamond Speedway/Minersville, PA – Anthracite Assault (Combo)

Sunday, May 29 (Rain Date: May 30) – Thunder Mountain Speedway/Center Lisle, NY – Lightning on the Mountain

Tuesday, June 7 (Rain Date: June 8) – Outlaw Speedway/Dundee, N.Y. – Ultimate Outlaw 50

Tuesday, July 5 (Rain Date: July 6) – Accord Speedway/Accord, NY – Battle of the Bullring 4

Wednesday, July 13 (Rain Date: TBA) – Rolling Wheels Raceway Park/Elbridge, NY – STSS vs. RoC Challenge (all drivers in attendance receive 60 points)

Wednesday, July 27 (Rain Date: July 28) – I-88 Speedway/Afton, NY – Crazy 8s Special

Tuesday, August 16 (Rain Date: August 17) – Woodhull Raceway/Woodhull, NY – Hustlin’ the High Banks 52

Sunday, September 18 (Rain Date: September 25) – Thunder Mountain Speedway/Center Lisle, NY – Wade Decker Memorial

FridaySaturday October 7-8 (Rain Date: October 9) – I-88 Speedway/Afton, NY – Short Track SuperNationals 9Championship Points

Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP North Region Point Fund (*based on 10 events): 1. $12,000; 2. $7,000; 3. $4,000; 4. $3,000; 5. $2,500; 6. $1,850; 7. $1,750; 8. $1,650; 9. $1,550; 10. $1,450; 11. $1,000; 12. $1,000

*Drivers outside the top-12 with perfect attendance receive $250

 

2016 Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP Open Sportsman Schedule

Tuesday, May 10 (Rain Date: May 17) – Big Diamond Speedway/Minersville, PA – Anthracite Assault

Sunday, May 29 (Rain Date: May 30) – Thunder Mountain Speedway/Center Lisle, NY – Lightning on the Mountain

Tuesday, June 21 (Rain Date: June 22) – I-88 Speedway/Afton, NY

Tuesday, July 5 (Rain Date: July 6) – Accord Speedway/Accord, NY – Battle of the Bullring 4

Sunday, July 17 (Rain Date: TBA) – Utica-Rome Speedway/Vernon, NY

Sunday, September 4 (Rain Date: September 5) – Thunder Mountain Speedway/Center Lisle, NY – Sportsman Sunday

Friday, October 7 (Rain Date: October 9) – I-88 Speedway/Afton, NY – Short Track SuperNationals 9Championship Points

Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP Open Sportsman Point Fund (*based on 7 events): 1. $1,250 (plus drum of VP Racing Fuel); 2. $750; 3. $500; 4. $350; 5. $250; 6. $225; 7. $200; 8. $175; 9. $150; 10. $125.

*Should a Thunder Mountain Speedway regular win the championship, speedway promoter Karl Spoonhower will pay a $1,000 cash bonus