Oct 14, 2011 01:15 PM EST
Mikey Wonderling Looking for Another ISKY Cams BRP CanAm Championship Trophy
...Black Rock Champion Wants A Win To Close The Season...
By BRP CANAM LATE MODEL SERIES NEWS
Dundee, NY…Mikey Wonderling hopes to close out his 2011 campaign at Black Rock Speedway the same way he started it – with a win!
Wonderling’s 2011 campaign and the 2011 Bicknell Racing Products (BRP) CanAm Late Model Series will end on Saturday October 22 at Black Rock Speedway with the ISKY Cams BRP CanAm Championship.
“Book end wins would be great. Any win is great, but it is a tough deal. The ISKY is a BRP tour race so all of the fast guys will be there. That first race win was a great way to start the year, but the ISKY tour race is a whole different deal. To win the ISKY would be a great way to end the year. It would be really great! My only BRP CanAm tour win came in the 2008 ISKY. Another ISKY trophy and another BRP CanAm tour win would be something the whole team could savor all winter long,” shared Mikey from his workplace at Baldwin Forest Products near Wellsville, NY.
“I like the time trial format that we use for the ISKY. I really like the new format where everybody gets to race in a feature event (ISKY Cams Championship or the ISKY Red Zone 20). Time trials and a dash to set the starting lineup ought to make a great race for everybody. I know that Jim (Schuyler) will have his Himrod Hot Road race ready. I know that I will be ready.”
Michael (Mikey) Robert Wonderling –not Mike Junior - the oldest of Michael William Wonderling’s boys enters Black Rock Speedway’s Dutch Hoag National Open Weekend as the track’s BRP late model champion. That championship chase began in April when Mikey rode Jim and Sharon Schuyler’s Himrod Hot Rod to victory lane. This feat was accomplished on four occasions during the 2011 campaign. Three of the four wins were recorded at Black Rock, the other at Woodhull.
Mikey and all 68 other BRP CanAm teams will have an opportunity to setup for the Saturday October 22 ISKY Cams BRP CanAm Championship with an open practice session on Friday October 21 when the Dutch Hoag National Open Weekend gets underway at Black Rock Speedway.
The Dutch Hoag National Open Weekend will be a genuine “Dutch Treat.” This block-buster two day racing extravaganza includes the ISKY Cams BRP CanAm Championship and ISKY Red Zone 20 for the BRP late models, a big block / small block modified program, a crate sportsman program, and the World 100 for street stocks on Saturday. Friday’s agenda features open practice for all of the Saturday night cars, an Empire Series IMCA modified program and concludes with an enduro. Details are available at www.BlackRockSpeedway.com
BRP CanAm Late Model Series information at www.BRPCanAmSeries.com
ISKY Racing Cams information at www.ISKYCams.com