Great Racing Card On Tap For Points Week Number Five This Saturday At Woodhull

Story By: STEVEN OVENS / WOODHULL RACEWAY – WOODHULL, NY – After a long week off due to rain last weekend, Woodhull Raceway is ready to bring “New York’s Toughest Bullring” back to life with their fifth points week of the 2020 season.

Without fans being allowed in the grandstands per New York State guidelines, the originally scheduled Christmas in July bike giveaway and Power Wheels races have been postponed.

KB Graphics will present all the racing action on Saturday night, on the heels of five years of support from the graphic design business located in Wellsville, NY. Owned by Woodhull racers Kurt and Bonnie Stebbins- KB Graphics is responsible for many of the graphical creations that don the many brightly colored racecars filling Woodhull Raceway’s pit area.

In fact, Stebbins comes into KB Graphics Night as the most recent Street Stock winner after an incredible four-car battle for the race win.

As a point of information, the Warriors 15 Lap Trophy Race will be rescheduled after being rained out last weekend.

This week’s program will feature all weekly divisions including the Insinger Performance Modifieds, NAPA Crate Sportsman, Cummings Trucking Crate Late Models, Joe Willcox Performance Automatics Street Stocks, Woodhull Auto Supply Hobby Stocks, Wicked Tees Mini Stocks, Johnson Auto Front Wheel Drives and the Wicked Tees Warriors.

The Pits will open at 3:30PM with the driver’s meeting scheduled for 5:45PM at the pit shack. Hot Laps will fire off at 6PM and the first green flag from Tony Van Pelt will fly at 6:30PM. Pit passes are set at $35 with Pit Passes for ages under 12 being a reduced price of $20. All divisions will be draw/redraw, transponders will be used.

In lieu of fans being able to attend the race program in the grandstands, there will be a live video feed provided on the Woodhull Raceway Twitch page. Race fans are encouraged to make a small donation for the live video coverage, which goes directly toward the driver’s point fund for 2020.