Erick Rudolph Wins DIRTcar Modified Main at Humberstone Speedway

PORT COLBORNE, ONTARIO… Erick Rudolph from Ransomville, NY drove away from the field and picked up the win for the DIRTcar Modifieds. Josh Sliter from Ridgeway, Ontario went two for two on the weekend after he picked up the win in the TUSA Modified Lite event. James Thompson from St. Catharines, Ontario won his second straight JC Auto Street Stock feature. Third generation driver Taylor Vanderzanden from Fenwick, Ontario picked up his first win of the season in the Mike Knapp Ford Pro 4 Trucks while Kyle Rothwell from Welland, Ontario picked up the Trackside Decals Mini Stock feature. Sam Iftody from Fenwick, Ontario picked up his second consecutive win in the Frontier Auto Dismantlers Pure Stocks. Glen Hills was victorious in the Eve of Destruction Flag Pole Race qualifier

“The Real Deal” Chris Steele and Erick Rudolph led the field of DIRTcar Modifieds to the green flag for their 35 lap feature event with Rudolph using the outside to his advantage and taking over the lead on the opening circuit. “Mighty Mouse” Mat Williamson, racing in his Big Block quickly got around Steele for second and tried to reel down Rudolph. Robbie Krull used the outside and entered the top five after passing Bill Bleich Sr out of turn two on lap ten. Just one lap later, Justin Wright, also in a Big Block, got around Bleich for sixth place. At the races halfway point, Rudolph continued to show the way with Williamson in second with Steele, Chad Chevalier and Justin Wright running in the top five. Robbie Krull went back to work and got around both Wright and Chevalier to race in fourth place with under ten laps remaining. Krull continued to be one of the fastest cars on the track, went side by side with Chris Steele for third place and passed Steele with thirty laps shown on the lap counter.

Erick Rudolph went on a Sunday night cruise and picked up the victory in the DIRTcar Modifieds. Mat Williamson finished in second and he was followed to the line by Robbie Krull, Chris Steele and Justin Wright.