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Wednesday Night Street Racing Resumes for 2022 and Adds a New Electric Vehicle Class


Duke Huyck, winner of Pure Street Motorcycle

May 11, 2022- The opening night of the Innovative Performance Summit ET Street Series was cancelled due to the weather last week. The extra time gave all the competitors the opportunity to rest up that extra week before competition started this week.

In the Sportsman ET Series, the race was also a qualifier for the King of the Track where the winner of the class has the opportunity to attend the race on Sunday, May 22 to race against the winners of the other Summit ET classes for the honors of King of the Track. James Ferrara of Gansevoort, NY defeated Billy Kirpens, Jr. of Pittsfield, MA. Wayde Horton of Sand Lake, NY make it to the semi’s.

Colby Pitcher of Morris, CT made his return to 2022 in Street Stick class and topped it off by taking a stand in the winner circle when he defeated Billy Kirpens Jr. from Pittsfield, MA in the final.

Duke Huyck of Valatie, NY took the victory over Jonathan Tisdale of Napanoch, NY in the Pure Street Motorcycle class. Bob Bradley of Fort Edward, NY finished in the semi’s.

Randy Nyborg of Plainville, CT tried his hand at the Street Trophy class and won when he defeated Joe Marino of Schenectady, NY. Andy Mayer of Pittsfield, MA and Tim Patterson of Williamstown, NY finished in the semi’s.

The new class for 2022, Electric Vehicles (EV) was on top for the first time. The class will appear once a month on June 15, July 13 and August 17. Representatives from this class will join Team Lebanon Valley at the Bracket Finals in September. Kerwin Lovell of East Berne, NY drop his Tesla Model S to victory lane on his first night appearance.

Anyone with interest in the new EV class should stop in the tower office on the next race night and find out more information.

Hope to see everyone next Wednesday for round 2 of points.



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