2021 Shootout at the Bullring (Wyoming County Int'l Speedway)

DPackman_PR

Champion
The 2021 Shootout at the Bullring is here as we look to cap off the 2021 season with our annual crown jewel event.

Here is your one-stop shop for information! This year's running of the Shootout will feature an action packed Friday-Saturday combination weekend headlined by the 4th running of the Jim Pierce Memorial SST Modified 100, paying $2,026 to win!

The NY Super Stock Series will be returning to the Bullring for their season finale doing battle in the $1,221 to Win Sandra Vogler Memorial 51, which will also determine their season champion for 2021!

Bonus money and specialty awards will be spread out through all of the events this weekend, and updates on this will be provided here leading up to the event.

Also on the racing card is an action packed Friday featuring the WCIS Super Stocks, 6 Cylinders, Grandpa Dog 4 Cylinder Stock division, and a Grandpa Dog 4 Cylinder Pro division which will be competing in a Dash-4-Cash event.

On Saturday, the Grandpa Dog 4 Cylinder Pro division and Vintage Racecars will join the SST Modifieds and NY Super Stocks to round out the card for the conclusion of the Shootout weekend. For full details on pricing/times, please read below or visit http://www.thebullringwcis.com/wcis-the-bullring/2021-shootout-at-the-bullring/.

Friday, October 1st, 2021:
Divisions Racing -
WCIS Super Stocks
Grandpa Dog 4 Cylinder Pro
Grandpa Dog 4 Cylinder Stock/Jr.
6 Cylinders
Open Practice (All divisions)

Itinerary -
3:00 pm - Back Gate Opens
3:30 pm - Open Practice (All divisions)
5:00 pm - Front Gate Opens
6:30 pm - Practice Ends
6:35 pm - Drivers Meeting
7:00 pm - Opening Ceremony
7:05 pm - Racing Program Begins
Qualifying Races
... - Grandpa Dog 4 Cylinder Pro (8 laps)
... - 6 Cylinders (8 laps)
... - Grandpa Dog 4 Cylinder Stock/Jr. (8 laps)
... - WCIS Super Stocks (8 laps)
Intermission
... - SST Modified Final Practice (10 laps)
... - WCIS Super Stock Redraw at Starter's Stand
Feature Races
... - GDog 4 Cylinder Pro Dash-4-Cash (20 laps)
... - 6 Cylinders (15 laps)
... - GDog 4 Cylinder Stock/Jr. (20 laps)
... - WCIS Super Stocks (50 laps)
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Saturday, October 2nd, 2021:
Divisions Racing/Events -
Jim Pierce Memorial SST Modified 100
NY Super Stocks Sandra Vogler Memorial 51
Grandpa Dog 4 Cylinder Pro
Vintage Racecars

Itinerary:
10:00 am - Back Gate Opens
10:15 am - Pre/Safety Tech
11:00 am - Open Practice (All divisions)
11:00 am - Front Gate Opens
1:30 pm - Practice Concludes
1:30 pm - Drivers Meeting
2:00 pm - Opening Ceremony
2:05 pm - Racing Program Begins
Qualifying Races
... - NY Super Stocks (8 laps)
... - SST Modifieds (10 laps)
... - GDog 4 Cylinder Pro (8 laps)
Feature Races
... - Vintage Racecars (10 laps)
Intermission
... - Jim Pierce Memorial 100 SST Modified Re-Draw
... - Sandra Vogler Memorial 51 NY Super Stock Re-Draw
Feature Races (continued)
... - B-Mains/Consis (TBD)
... - GDog 4 Cylinder Pro (30 laps)
... - NYSS Sandra Vogler Memorial 51 / Championship Event
... - Jim Pierce Memorial SST Modified 100

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Event Pricing:

Friday, October 1st, 2021
Front Gate -
... Adult $12
... Seniors/Military $10
... Students (Ages 10-16) $5
... Kids (Ages 9 and Under) FREE
... Family Pass (2 Adults + Unlimited Kids) $27
Back Gate -
... GDog 4 Cylinder Pro $30
... 6 Cylinders $30
... GDog 4 Cylinder Stock/Jr. $30
... WCIS Super Stocks $40
... All Other Practicing Divisions $30
... Crew Members (Licensed/Non-Licensed) $30/$40
*** All ticket stubs/pit bands from Friday will be good for $2 off your respective general admission for Saturday

Saturday, October 2nd, 2021
Front Gate -
... Adult $22
... Seniors/Military $20
... Students (Ages 10-16) $10
... Kids (Ages 9 and Under) FREE
... Family Pass (2 Adults + Unlimited Kids) $50
Back Gate -
... GDog 4 Cylinder Pro $40
... NY Super Stocks (sign-in w/ NYSS) $40
... SST Modifieds $50
... Crew Members (Licensed/Non-Licensed) $30/$40
Camping is also available for the weekend!

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Visit our website for our complete 2021 Schedule, the latest news, and more at www.thebullringwcis.com, and add us on our social media handles:
Instagram- thebullringwcis
Twitter- theofficialwcis

For any questions, please contact:
Jim Majchrzak at (585) 245-2123 (WCIS)
Dakota Packman at (585) 447-3602 (WCIS)
Chris Vogler at (585) 727-1354 (NYSS)

Thank you and we hope to see you at WNY's favorite 'Bullring'!
 

DPackman_PR

Champion
Just a couple Frequently Asked Questions we’ve been getting:

1. Camping is FREE this year per Jim and Polly, and they just ask that campers respect the camping area and please cleanup after themselves.

2. Just like the rest of this season, our beer policy is BYOB. While we look forward to offering beer and malt beverages in 2022, we are sticking with 6 pack sized coolers, and please no glass.

3. It is officially fall and so please dress accordingly as it gets chilly after the sun goes down. We will have our propane heater units up and running throughout the facility, as well as a bonfire in the midway to help keep warm as well.

Thank you all for your interest in our final event of the 2021 season! 🏁
 

DPackman_PR

Champion
Official Results 10/1/21-10/2/21:

SST Modifieds – Jim Pierce Memorial 100 (100 laps – Saturday 10/2) –
1. Andy Jankowiak #57 x (Started 2nd), 2. Alan Bookmiller #40 (1st), 3. Daniel Majchrzak #14 (3rd), 4. Tony Pettinelli #2 ny (6th), 5. Toad Bradshaw #00 (4th), 6. Dave Kozlowski #36 (8th), 7. Billy Mislin #99 (12th), 8. Timmy Lewis, Jr. #41 (10th), 9. Chris Ridsdale #1 (9th), 10. Nathan Michielsen #68 (11th), 11. Tim Garlock #88 (5th), 12. Chase Williams #12 (13th), 13. Ryan Nugent #42 (7th)
Did Not Start – Shawn Nye #51
Heat Race Winners – Toad Bradshaw, Alan Bookmiller

NYSS – Sandra Vogler Memorial 51 (51 laps – Saturday 10/2) –
1. Garrett Zacharias #71 z (Started 2nd), 2. Nick Robinson #15 (4th), 3. Josh Hunter #7 (8th), 4. Brian DeMark #5 x (6th), 5. Nate Peckham #90 (7th), 6. Bill Frisbie, Jr. #2 (16th), 7. Amber VanOrden #54 (18th), 8. Derrick Tarbox #42 (15th), 9. Frank Chapman #89 (3rd), 10. Jason Duke, Jr. #18 (20th), 11. Eric Hadley #71 e (10th), 12. Paul Godby #74 (17th), 13. Jacob Gustafson #5 (14th), 14. Cole Hicks #46 (1st), 15. Charlie Sharpsteen #34 (5th), 16. Neil Parrish #51 (12th), 17. Jason Duke, Sr. #13 (13th), 18. Aaron Higgins #13 h (19th), 19. Eric Brown #48 (9th), 20. Brian Hallett #36 (11th), 21. Dennis Beardslee #55 (21st)
Did Not Start – Rob Miszczak #1 m
Heat Race Winners – Josh Hunter, Cole Hicks, Frank Chapman

Grandpa Dog 4 Cylinder Pro (30 laps – Saturday 10/2) –
1. Nick Robinson #15 (Started 2nd), 2. Joey Bevacqua #41 (7th), 3. Jody Krieb #1 (3rd), 4. Andrew Cook #52 (6th), 5. Nathan Bryant #49 (9th), 6. Tommy Hughes #24 (4th), 7. Mike Bradshaw #02 (15th), 8. Russ Bulger, Sr. #00 (5th), 9. Megan Schoelles #19 (12th), 10. David Heimes #8 (17th), 11. Kevin Kocher #3 k (11th), 12. Russ Bulger, Jr. #55 (14th), 13. Jimmy Pierce #26 (10th), 14. John Byrd #11 ny (13th), 15. Matt Jenkins #14 j (8th), 16. Derek Robinson #15 r (1st), 17. Greg Moldt #51 (16th)
Heat Race Winners – Nick Robinson, Nathan Bryant

Vintage Racecars (15 laps – Saturday 10/2) –
1. Chic Voit #4 (Winner – 9 entries)

WCIS Super Stocks (50 laps – Friday 10/1) –
1. Joe Horvatits #4 (Started 4th), 2. Rob Miszczak #1 (3rd), 3. Travis Delude #15 (5th), 4. John Carlson #9 (7th), 5. Daniel Majchrzak #14 (9th), 6. Chris Jurek #7 (2nd), 7. Troy Almeter #12 (6th), 8. Mike Piccirilli #88 (13th), 9. Hunter DeGroff #11 (8th), 10. Russ Bulger, Jr. #32 j (12th), 11. Dakota Packman #94 (10th), 12. Frank Kline #33 (1st), 13. Clayton Evans #34 (11th), 14. Russ Bulger, Sr. #32 (14th)
Did Not Start – Max Northem #18
Heat Race Winners – Joe Horvatits, Daniel Majchrzak

Granpda Dog 4 Cylinder Pro – Dash-4-Cash (20 laps – Friday 10/1) –
1. Nick Robinson #15 (Started 1st), 2. Joey Bevacqua #41 (10th), 3. Tommy Hughes #24 (4th), 4. Jody Krieb #1 (5th), 5. Derek Robinson #15 r (14th), 6. Mike Bradshaw #02 (9th), 7. Jimmy Pierce #26 (11th), 8. Kevin Kocher #3 k (12th), 9. Eric Black #76 (13th), 10. Russ Bulger, Sr. #00 (15th), 11. John Byrd #11 ny (8th), 12. Matt Jenkins #14 j (2nd), 13. Nathan Bryant #49 (3rd), 14. Matt Hurlburt #14 m (6th), 15. Greg Moldt #51 (7th)
Did Not Start – Russ Bulger, Jr. #55, David Heimes #8
Heat Race Winners – Nick Robinson, Nathan Bryant.

6 Cylinders (15 laps – Friday 10/1) –
1. Robert Cassidy #16 (Started 1st), 2. Frank Parsons, Jr. #14 jr (3rd), 3. Matt Moreau #38 (2nd), 4. Eddie Parsons #3 (4th), 5. John Parthemer #95 (5th), 6. Gary Madore #33 (6th), 7. Thomas Torpey #95 x (7th)
Heat Race Winner – Matt Moreau

Grandpa Dog 4 Cylinder Stock/Junior (15 laps – Friday 10/1) –
1. Jeana Dietz #84 jr (Started 2nd), 2. Bryson Smith #02 jr (4th), 3. Megan Schoelles (1st - Stock Division Winner), 4. Andrew Cook #52 jr (3rd), 5. John Byrd #11 ny (7th), 6. Rich Fraser #32 j (8th), 7. Naser Ramadhan #4 (6th), 8. Eric Black #76 (5th)
 

uticamike

Racing Genius
13 cars in the headline division on the biggest race day of the year means what exactly?

I think it means the owner of that place might want to look in the mirror to see the trouble there.
 

Turbo01

Veteran
Anyone that has raced there knows the deal, that is why very few still race there. Great little race track with very good racing when officiated fairly. Too bad.
 

DPackman_PR

Champion
It's unfortunate to see that the wear and tear of the season really hindered this event with multiple teams experiencing engine issues/requiring clips... we lost roughly 4-5 teams to engine failures throughout the season (also had 3 engine failures in practice on Saturday between Nye, Mislin, and Williams... Mislin did an engine swap between practice on the feature and Williams made a repair which held until he was knocked out of the race to an injury). This combined with another 3-4 teams that had conflicts with other races or weddings/anniversaries that would have been there, it was a tough day. This would have put us near a 22-24 car field in a perfect world.

With all that being said, the top 4 of Jankowiak, Timmy Lewis, Bookmiller, and Majchrzak had several awesome restarts mid-race that made what looks like a lame race on paper quite interesting. It sucked to see Timmy break while running a strong second place. Also guys like Pettinelli, Koz, Williams, Garlock showed very good speed. Would have liked to see if former shootout winner Shawn Nye could have mixed it up with the front runners.

Onward to 2022...
 

DPackman_PR

Champion
Pettinelli in the 2ny was 4th
I apologize for my lack of context, I was meaning from laps 35-80ish. Was sweet to see the 2ny come on strong at the end and finish a race after the first two visits this year lol and UticaMike might be onto something.
 

Welshans32

Veteran
Anyone that has raced there knows the deal, that is why very few still race there. Great little race track with very good racing when officiated fairly. Too bad.
Couldn't have said it better myself.
 

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