BRP 360 LM: Stage Is Set For The ISKY Cams BRP CanAm Championship

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ST CATHARINES, ON — Official Release — The Bicknell Racing Products (BRP) CanAm Series home track bonus points (HTBP) program is complete.  

The rainy and cold weekend provided by Mother Nature produced rescheduled events at Freedom Raceway and Raceway 5.  The reschedule dates are outside the HTBP program window. Woodhull Raceway had competed their HTBP program on August 30. The stage is now set for the ISKY Cams BRP CanAm Championship at Woodhull Raceway on Saturday September 20. 

Dave DuBois, Glenn Whritenour, and Mikey Wonderling top the point standings list at their home track and as a result each has earned 1000 HTBPs which will be added to the points earned in BRP CanAm tour events.

The ISKY Cams BRP Championship will award tour event points on the standard 100 to win / 40 to start points allocation.

Glenn Whritenour, the current and seven time Woodhull Raceway BRP 360 late model champion, won four BRP 360 late model A-mains at Woodhull this year. Accordingly, he will be considered one of the favorites to win The ISKY on Saturday.  Whritenour won The ISKY when it was held at Weedsport Speedway in 2008.

Whritenour will have lots of his friends looking for the ISKY trophy and $1500 check with no regard for his championship status.  Expected  in that category are other 2014 Woodhull A-Main winners, Adam Depuy, Carl Hughes (2 wins), Bruce Miller (2 wins), Buck Payne, John Waters (5 wins), Mike Wonderling, and Mikey Wonderling.

Add to the potential winners list Jeremy Wonderling.  Jeremy is the winningest driver in the 12 year history of the BRP CanAm Series with 18 wins and was the 2011 BRP CanAm Series champion. He has landed the driver assignment for Ron Scharf’s #65.  The Scharf car has never raced at Woodhull, but Mr. Excitement has many Woodhull wins and the car is a proven winner.  Steve Dixon won with it twice at Freedom this year.

Not yet on a winners list, but getting closer all the time is Steve LeBarron. Steve finished third in Woodhull points this year.  He will be ready to go and put his dad’s #29 in Victory Circle on Saturday night.

Cecil LaBarron has not won yet this year, but the veteran has been close and he certainly knows his way to Victory Lane let’s see if he can get there on Saturday night. Note – LaBarron and LeBarron are both correct spellings!

Ted White will open the gates to his Woodhull Raceway at 3:30 on Saturday September 20 for the seventh annual running of The ISKY.  Race time is scheduled for 5:30.  Additional information at

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