Jul 23, 2007 08:47 PM EDT

Street Stock Challenge Round Out July With a Bang Friday at Black Rock

DUNDEE, NY – After the first leg of the Black Rock/ Woodhull Street Stock Challenge this past Saturday, the finale takes place this Friday in Dundee to add to the fun of the full card, presented by Re/Max Realty & Rental.

The inaugural season of the Black Rock/ Woodhull Street Stock Challenge is halfway home, with Black Rock regulars Rich Sharpsteen I and Frank Chapman Jr. headlining the event at Woodhull on Saturday. They are likely to lead the competition for the Championship Honors this Friday.

While they are always strong at Black Rock, it was Darl Ellis Jr. who made the last lap pass on Chapman last Friday Night. Ellis gave up the ride to his dad last Saturday so will not contend for the challenge title but should once again be a factor.

The return of the Marbles Automotive 358-modifieds last Friday found the return of Steve Paine to Victory Lane. The win for “The Hurricane”, along with trouble for Ray Bliss and Brian Swarthout, has moved back into second in points, only seven points back of Championship Leader Ron Cartwright Jr.

Todd Henderson returned with a vengeance in the Hoselton Automotive Crate Sportsman last week, but the point battle is on between three drivers. Still leading is Brady Fultz by 13 points over Justin Wright. The new driver in the mix is Daryl Hilkert, who is only 15 back, fresh off a runner-up showing on Friday.

A pair of super stock races on Freedom Village USA night saw locals Quinn Sutherland and Bob Buono each take a checkered flag. Jeremy Wonderling struggled in the second feature and now finds himself tied with Quinn Sutherland atop the standings. Wonderling and Sutheralnd are the last two series champions.

Terry Povoski won his eighth straight Regional Truck Pro Truck race, including heat races. He now commands the point standings by 39 points over Chris Leroux.

Chris McCann won his second feature of the year in the Signs Plus of Kanona 4-Cylinder division and has helped to close the gap on Del Cummings in the standings. Remember that Derrick Mills is second in points but will be joining the Navy before the season is over, forcing him to miss the final four events.

Tom Austin Jr. won yet again Friday in the Bandits and now has a 40-point advantage on Dylan Cecee.

Along with the regular seven divisions, there will also be lady 4-cylinder feature. Last week’s street stock/ pro truck lady race saw Jamie Schuyler score the win; she will likely be in the mix in this show as well.

The fourth bicycle will also be given away on the night, presented by Re/Max Realty and Rental in Penn Yan. Racing action begins promptly at 6:45 p.m., with adult general admission just $10.

Marbles Automotive 358-Modified Standings

2-B Ron Cartwright Jr 265
7-X Steve Paine 258
27-Z Ray Bliss 251
14 Brian Swarthout 242
6-X Dave DuBois 235

Hoselton Auto Mall Sportsman Standings

70 Brady Fultz 323
19W Justin Wright 310
4 Daryl Hilkert 308
2-L Loren Lincoln 285
M-93 Mike Entwistle 273

Freedom Village USA Super Stock Standings

3-J Jeremy Wonderling 336
36 Quinn Sutherland 336
57-J Donnie Smith 310
55-X Rich Karlnoski 301
64 Bob Buono 279

Street Stock Standings

89 Frank Chapman Jr 265
5-X Darl Ellis Jr 252
93 Jared Hill 238
37 Chris Fisher 231
97 Chris Force 227

Regional Truck Pro Truck Standings

4 Terry Povoski 340
32 Chris Leroux 301
93 Jared Hill 263
35 Jason White 199
5 Michael Warren 143

Signs Plus of Kanona Standings

O3 Del Cummings 362
88-A Derrick Mills 357
4-JM Chris McCann 326
8 Brett Crawford 298
82 Russ Wassner 291 Bandit Standings

88-A Rocker Austin 404
12 Dylan Cecce 364
5-X Kreg Crooker 343
31 Erica Bell 321
44 Cody Morehouse 316

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