Banquet closes out tenth anniversary season

Schenectady, NY: The Central New York Mini Sprint tour closed out it's tenth anniversary season on November 4th in Schenectady. PJ Peworchik, Binghamton, NY, was crowned the series champion in one of the closes points battles in the tour's ...

Schenectady, NY: The Central New York Mini Sprint tour closed out it's tenth anniversary season on November 4th in Schenectady. PJ Peworchik, Binghamton, NY, was crowned the series champion in one of the closes points battles in the tour's history.

Peworchik took home the lion's share of almost $9000 in cash and contingency awards as the champion. Peworchik also finished fourth in the CVRA Mini Sprint Challenge Cup presented by HSBC.

Finishing second in points was Robert Scaccio, Suffern, NY, followed by Mike Emhof, Sodus, NY, Paul James, Albany, NY, and Duby Woodruff, Schenectady, NY, rounding out the top 5. Finishing just outside of the top 5 in sixth place was Cory Sparks of Scotia, NY, who was crowned CNYMS Rookie of the Year at the age of 14.

The rained dampened many of the early races on the schedule, but the CNYMS tour still managed to attract almost 70 competitors at it's events throughout New England, New York and Pennsylvania. The series has been on a steady increase over the past 5 years and looks forward to the 2001 season to expand it's racing venues and number of competitors even further.

Officers were nominated at a pre-banquet meeting for the 2001 season and will be voted upon in the next few weeks along with a list of possible rule changes. Teams interested in participating in the CNYMS tour during the 2001 season can get more information by logging on to the CNYMS website at: www.speedwayad.com/cnyms.

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