Wall Stadium Speedway, will be concluding its regular season this Saturday and, double points for the divisions are up for grabs.
Freehold Modifieds; Jimmy Blewett in the Ormsbee owned #19 will be going into the finale with a 31 point lead over two time defending champion Steven Reed in his immaculate blue #55. Blewett 37, won the championship in 2001 and 2002 in his family owned #76 and finished runner-up in 2003 behind Dave Michel of Manahawkin. From 2004 on, he begun to race sporadically at Wall and he dabbled on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour circuit with his late brother John Blewett III who raced regularly before his untimely death ten years ago. In fact, fans and drivers knew about the relationship with Blewett and Reed remains violent to this day.
Reed 32, had begun his career in 2003 as a rookie and, one year later he won his first event in that summer. Many years later, he was finishing in the top ten in the rankings and, he was extremely close of grabbing his first crown ten years ago until a broken transmission doomed his hopes. In 2015, Reed finally won his first ever crown after years of punishments and criticisms by drivers and fans alike. Before the title was designated two years before; Dick Barney protested Reed about his engine being illegal. Hours later, with his engine deemed legal he was officially the 2015 champion. Last season, he successfully defended the crown without protest.
Andrew Krause, won three checkers still remains in the hunt for the championship. His father Cliff, first leased the track in 2011 and had been since. Derek Hopkinson won twice and focusing on a strong finish. Blake Barney in the #14 still strong in the top ten and, competing with rookie of the year honors.
Tyler Truex, will be going into the finale in the Sportsman division to win his first ever Wall crown. Two time champion Kevin Davidson remains in the hunt one more time for the crown.
New York native, Brian Doyle will be focusing on his third crown for his Wall platter.
Brian Osborn, the son of the 1984 Modern Stock champion Glenn Osborn. The young Osborn, started his career in the 1/4 Midget on the small track called Little Wall in the back of the pit area. Now, winning five events this year and, is in focus for his first ever 4 Cylinder Championship.
2014 Champ, Scott Riggleman remains in focus for his second Factory Stock crown.
Louie Kerlaitis, also remains in focus for a another title!
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