PORT COLBORNE, ON– The Race of Champions Dirt 602 Sportsman Modified Series returns to action this coming Friday night at Humberstone Speedway in Port Colborne, Ontario-Canada as part of the Fall Classic.
The Fall Classic is a new event to the Race of Champions Dirt 602 Sportsman Modified Series and will conclude the 2022 season.
Currently, Adam Leslie of Wainfleet, Ontario-Canada leads the championship standings by a slim margin over Cody McPherson of St. Catherines, Ontario. McPherson has won two of the four races with wins coming at Ohsweken Speedway in August and more recently in the Pete Cosco Memorial at Humberstone.
Nelson Mason of Niagara Falls, Ontario-Canada is the other driver to have scored a victory in the Series second visit to Ohsweken.
The Fall Classic at Humberstone will crown the Series 2022 champion.
The Race of Champions Series joins a big night at Humberstone for the Fall Classic, which includes Sprint Cars and Humberstone’s exciting divisional racing.
Where: New Humberstone Speedway
When: Friday, September 30, 2022. Grandstands open at 4:30 pm. Racing at 7:00 pm
Directions: The track is located is just a short drive from Niagara Falls and St. Catherines, Ontario as well as just 20-miles from downtown Buffalo and the Peace Bridge at 1716 HWY 3 in Port Colborne, Ontario.
What: The Race of Champions Dirt 602 Sportsman Modified Series Pete Cosco Memorial 40
The Race of Champions is a sanctioning body presenting Modified and Stock Car racing on asphalt and dirt surfaces throughout the Northeast, with events in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey with primary marketing partners Hoosier Racing Tire, VP Racing Fuels, Lucas Oil Products, MAVTV, MAVTV Plus, Airport Collision, Rocket Performance, Waddell Communications, Image X Design, Sherwood Racing Wheels, DirtTrackDigest.com and Speed Sport. “The Greatest Tradition in Modified Racing” The 72ndt annual Race of Champions weekend concluding with the running the 72nd Annual Lucas Oil Race of Champions 250 will take place in 2022 at Lake Erie Speedway in North East, Pennsylvania and is the second longest consecutive auto-racing event in North America, second only to the Indianapolis 500.