NAPA Auto Parts Presents Season Championship Night Plus Modified Winners Clash Friday At Brewerton Speedway

BREWERTON, NY – (By Dave Medler) – Thanks to marketing partner NAPA Auto Parts and the Syracuse Crunch, this Friday night’s final 2012 points show will be a great way to start out the last blast of the summer  for the Labor Day Weekend.

On the race card will be the Tracey Road Equipment Big Block Modifieds, Nationwide Insurance IMCA Modifieds, Beaver River Distribution Mod Lites, Anchor Bar & Grill Four Cylinder Stocks plus an appearance by the Sportsman.

After each feature, the 2012 Track Champion in each division will be recognized except for the Mod Lites whose points continue through the Outlaw 200 weekend and the Hurricane 100 in October.

The night will end with the much talked about “NAPA Winners Clash” for all Brewerton Speedway Modified feature winners this season. The race will be a 20 lap dash for cash thanks to NAPA.

The draw for starting positions will take place on the front straight after the Modified feature because there is potential to have a tenth feature winner this Friday.

Eligible Drivers As Of August 24 Include

Billy Decker (3 Wins)

Ryan Phelps (2 Wins)

Matt Sheppard (2 Wins)

Larry Wight (2 Wins)

Alan Johnson ( 2 Wins)

Willy Decker (1 Wins)

Rob Bellinger (1 Win)

Jimmy Phelps ( 1 Win)

Dan Vauter ( 1 Win)

Winners Clash Purse Provided By NAPA

(1) $1,200 (2) $600 (3) $400 (4) $350 (5) $300 (6) $250 (7) $200 (8) $150 (9) $125 (10) $100.

Gates will open Friday at 5:30 with racing at 7:30.

Adult admission will be $12 with everyone 18 years old and younger FREE.

As you are planning your trip to the sister track Fulton Speedway for one of the most prestigious races in the Northeast, the  27th Annual Sunoco Ethanol Facility Outlaw 200 Weekend Presented By SUNY Canton, you can get all the hassles of standing in line for tickets, pit passes and camping permits out of the way now.

Just go to . Once there click on the Outlaw 200 tab at the top of the page, there you will find everything you will need.

If you don’t want to order online there is a printable order form that you can fill out and mail in.

Keep up with the tracks throughout the season by visiting and, on each speedway’s Facebook accounts and on Twitter at and