@Sunset_Speedway • (July 22, 2015) INNISFIL, Ontario- Despite having a minor fire during practice on Saturday, Terry Woodley would have a great run both days, posting a pair of top-10s in the two features.
Woodley started off by finishing seventh in his heat on Saturday, forcing him to run the b-main to qualify for the feature. He would have a great run in the b-main, finishing second behind Justin Holmes.
Come feature time, he would start in the ninth spot, keeping himself solidly in position, despite battling three-wide at times for position. He would fall back to the 11th spot with three laps to go, but was able to use the final three laps to get back into the top-10 and cross the finish line with a ninth place finish.
He then started Sunday off with a solid sixth place finish in his heat, automatically qualifying him for the feature later that evening.
Come time for the 25-lap feature, Woodley would draw the second starting spot. He would battle hard early in the feature, though would fall back to third at lap seven as Danny Benedict made his way by. He continued to run third all the way till a restart at lap 10, where he would drift back to seventh with the quicker cars coming through the field. He would then hold on strong at the end, crossing the finish line in seventh.
For Woodley, it marks his third straight top-10 finish as he finished seventh last weekend at Sauble Speedway.
Photos from the weekend can be found on the team website at http://www.nfcmotorsports.com.
Special thanks to Zeggil Custom Homes.com, CARS Collingwood Automotive Repair Services, Lil Loads, PWL Electricial, Greenview Graphics, Nottawasaga Mechanical for the continued support.
Woodley will return to Sunset Speedway this weekend in hopes of his first top-five finish of the season. Details and tickets for both events can be purchased via http://www.sunsetspeedway.ca.
Race Report by Ashley McCubbin