BNS: Adirondack: Goodyear Racing recap

Busch North Series, NASCAR Touring: Andy Santerre collected his third win of the 2002 season and the 13th victory of his Series career when he won the Little Trees 150 at Adirondack International Speedway in Beaver Falls, NY. The race was the...

Busch North Series, NASCAR Touring: Andy Santerre collected his third win of the 2002 season and the 13th victory of his Series career when he won the Little Trees 150 at Adirondack International Speedway in Beaver Falls, NY. The race was the first visit to the half-mile venue by the popular Series and it drew a capacity crowd.

Goodyear is the sole tire supplier for this Series.

Santerre edged points-leader Matt Kobyluck by just .812 of a second at the finish. The narrow victory tightened what had already been a close race for the driving championship. Kobyluck leads with 1,954 points, while Brad Leighton is second with 1,948. Santerre is third with 1,906.

In the race, Leighton finished third, Brian Hoar was fourth and Dale Quarterly took fifth.

The winner averaged 68.113 mph for the 150-lap distance and Kelly Moore won the Bud Pole Award with a qualifying lap averaging 107.668 mph. Both speeds established Series records at the facility.

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Series NASCAR
Drivers Matt Kobyluck