Aug 27, 2012 04:32 PM EST

Motorhome Wreckapalooza Rounds Out Regular Season at Black Rock

Rich Vleck, DUNDEE, NY, (August 27, 2012)- A wild regular season at the Black Rock Speedway rounds out this Friday with a wild showcase that is anything but regular.


Back by popular demand, Motorhome Wreckapalooza is staged for this Friday, with recreational vehicles racing against school buses early in the program, before taking to the infield for the wildest demolition derby of the year!  It is unknown how the RVs will look at the end of the night, but you can be assured their will be total carnage.


Also on the last night of August will be the final seven point races of 2012 at the 4/10-mile oval.  Two championships have already been locked up, but five others are still up for grabs with three races wide-open.


John Waters (Late Models) and Rich Sharpsteen II (RWD 4-Cylinders) have already locked up their respective championships after each winning on Friday Night. Waters has six wins at BRS this season, second only to Sharpsteen’s eight and they will look to expand on those totals this Friday.


In the sportsman division, Brady Fultz holds a 21-point advantage over defending champion Donnie Lawson heading in to the final show.  Lawson scored his second win of the year last Friday, and likely would have to go back-to-back to have any chance at a title he was not focused for much of this season.  If Fultz finishes the feature inside the top 10 Friday he will score his second division championship; his first came in 2007.


For the second straight year, Chris Fisher holds a small advantage over nemesis Bob Buono in the street stock division.  Last year, Fisher prevailed over Buono by nine points to claim his third track championship, but if Buono can win his first feature since May 18th this Friday, things could get interesting.


In the IMCA Modified division, Mike Smith holds just a 2-point advantage over Phil Yaw.  Smith, the defending track champion, can lock up the title with a runner-up finish.  Another two-horse race is on in the FWD 4-cylinder division with Steven Rogers leading Jamie Eldridge Jr by five points.  Like the IMCA Modified division, Rogers needs to finish in the top-2 to lock up the championship.


At the beginning of the evening, at approximately 6:45 P.M., the final bandit feature of the season will take to the track for what is sure to be an intense 10-lap scramble.  Lance Irwin leads Justin Eldridge by just one point, with Brandon Mathews only four points back.  If either Irwin or Eldridge win they will claim the title while Mathews could claim at least a share of the championship with a win and Irwin finishing third or worse.


This will be the final racing event at BRS until October 20 so do not miss out on your final chance to see great side-by-side action for nearly two months, along with the wildest demolition derby of the season!  For more information, visit

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