Oct 6, 2010 01:31 PM EST
ISKY Cams Championship Set For Black Rock October 23
…Knowles and Robertson Battle For Title…
By MARK SINCOCK
Dundee, NY…The 2010 Bicknell Racing Products (BRP) CanAm Late Model Series will conclude on Saturday October 23 at Black Rock Speedway. After nine Series tour events and 48 Series weekly events a mere 16 points separate Larry Knowles and Wayne Robertson in their season long battle for the 2010 Series Championship.
Dean Hoag, Black Rock Speedway owner, and Richard Iskendarian, ISKY Cams vice-president, will again post $2500 for the A-Main winner, but to claim the $2500 the winner must come from last (24th) to earn the total. The race winner is guaranteed $1500. There will be a $1000 bonus with the ISKY Camfather Back Row Challenge. The driver who draws the number one starting position will be offered the $1000 challenge.
2010 marks the fourth year of the ISKY Cams partnership with the BRP CanAm Series. In 2007 Jeremy Wonderling won ISKY Cams Championship at Black Rock. In 2008 Glenn Whritenour won ISKY Championship at Cayuga County Fair Speedway during Super DIRT Week. Last year to event returned to Black Rock Speedway where Bryce Davis earned his first ever BRP CanAm tour event. Davis earned $1500 while the $1000 challenge was added to the point fund after Bruce Miller failed to win the race after accepting the challenge. ISKY Cams information at www.ISKYCams.com
The Series point battle is a dandy. The point program awards 100 points to win with a sliding scale down to 40 points for last and 35 points for non-qualifiers. Robertson is the point leader with 721 points. Larry Knowles is just 16 points behind with 705. Those two have distanced themselves from the 91 others who have earned points. Behind the lead pair only 50 points separate John Waters in third and Jeremy Wonderling in tenth. Complete point standings are posted at www.BRPCanAmSeries.com
Not only is the championship on the line at Black Rock, but the Miles-Agency.com Rookie Of The Year point contest will go down to the wire with Greg Young holding a 27 point advantage over Adam Ashcroft.
Black Rock gates will open early on the 23rd with practice and time trials before the 1:00PM race start time. In addition to the BRP CanAm late models, the World 100 for street stocks, and micro sprints are on the agenda. Black Rock Speedway information at www.BlackRockSpeedway.com
Marketing Partners of the BRP CanAm Series include: Bicknell Racing Products, BC Designs, Beyea Headers, Close Racing Supply, Cousins Designs, Dart Machinery, EastCoastSpeed.com, Ed Carley Motorsports, F/A Products, Fleming Design Solutions, Hoosier Tire, Isky Racing Cams, Landrum Performance Springs, Lias Tire, Mahle Clevite, Miles-Agency.com, Bob Mullen’s ProSpeed, National Parts Peddler, Phair Enterprises, Signs Plus of Kanona, RobertSymondsPhotography.com, Joe Willcox Performance Automatics, Wrisco Aluminum, and the host tracks.