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Whritenour Claims Woodhull Street Stock 100

WOODHULL, N.Y. — It was the Ninth Annual Woodhull Raceway Street Stock 100 sponsored by Southern Tier Customs and finding his way to victory lane for the fifth time since its inception was multi-time Woodhull Raceway Track Champion Glenn Whritenour.

During the first 50-lap segment, Whritenour would take command from his inside front row starting position and immediately open a sizable advantage over the second place running machine of Travis Webster with Teddy Morseman, Luke Boom and Mike Spencer in tow.  Lap after lap Whritenour would set a torrid pace and lap up to the sixth-place machine by the halfway break where crews were allowed to add fuel, cool engines, and adjust tire pressures.

During the second 50 laps it was second verse same as the first as once again Whritenour would put a half-track distance between himself and Webster who was still holding down a solid second place with Morseman maintaining third.

With less than 10 laps remaining and Whritenour safely in control all eyes were on the battle for second on back when the only caution of the event would fly with that coming on lap 94 as a piece of debris was spotted on the speedway.  

On the restart, Webster was glued to the rear trunk lid of the leading Whritenour machine with Morseman, Spencer and Luke Boom still holding positions two through five with 2021 and 2022 Track Champion, Brett Crawford in sixth.

When the green flag flew for the final time it was just a formality for Whritenour, who went on to claim his fifth Woodhull 100, third in a row and in doing so walked off with the Southern Tier Customs check for $2,000, a massive six-foot trophy along with piles of bonus and lap money.

In the 20-lap Doug Gross Construction RUSH Crate Late Model feature, former RUSH Touring Series champion, John Waters led the entire distance from his outside front row starting spot. 

Picking up the FWD feature win in only his first appearance of the year was Joseph Gillespie as he held off Andrew Thomas and Carl O’Dell who completed the podium finishers. 

Kaiden Dgien makde it five trips to victory lane in Hobby Stock competition. Tony Dickerson won the Mini Stock feature.

Feature Finish (100 Laps)

GLEN WHRITENOUR (4), Travis Webster, Teddy Morseman, Mike Spencer, Luke Boom, Brett Crawford, Mick Seeley, Mike Williams, Joe Giardina, Josh Nobriga, Jim Buck, Jimmy Grant, Willy Easling, Branden Morseman, Jesse Tuthill