Epping, N.H. — The International SuperModified Association will close its 2022 series this weekend with the annual Bob Webber Sr. Memorial Star Classic at the quarter-mile Star Speedway in New Hampshire.
While a strong contingent of winged big block supers are expected to be on hand to challenge for a coveted Star Classic 125 win, eyes will also be on a super close points battle to decide the 2022 ISMA championship.
North Carolina’s Clyde Booth will enter his potent No. 61 silver bullet super with Maine driver Mike Ordway Jr. at the controls in search of both Booth and Ordway Jr.’s first ISMA championship. The Booth / Ordway duo enters the race with a slim 23-point advantage over defending series champion John Nicotra and Canajoharie, N.Y., driver Otto Sitterly.
Ordway has had a breakout season this year with four feature wins including two Oswego Speedway Winged Super Challenge triumphs, the Sandusky Speedway Hy-Miler Nationals 100 and the Saturday, July 16 headliner at Berlin Raceway.
While Sitterly has only one win to his credit this year coming at the Sandusky Friday Fast 40, he’s been super consistent with five top-five finishes in seven starts including three podiums. His consistency will give the Nicotra Racing team a shot at a second consecutive ISMA championship this Saturday night.
ISMA PR director Carol D. Haynes put together this flyer including the historic list of Star Classic winners and results from the 56th Annual Star ISMA Classic in 2021.
For more information on the Star Classic weekend, visit starspeedwaynh.com.