Near the end of the 2012 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season Woody Pitkat and his Hill Enterprises reunited and almost immediately served notice that they were ready to be regular contenders for victories.
This week in Florida they’ve flourished off that quick foundation they built late last season and proved themselves not only contenders, but dominators.
For the third time in four Modified events this year at the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing it was Pitkat, of Stafford, and his Hill Enterprises team celebrating in victory lane after the 35-lap feature for the division.
Pitkat started fourth in the race. According to The Chrome Horn, Pitkat went by Andy Seuss for the lead on lap 30. Chuck Hossfeld of Ransomville, N. Y. was second and Seuss, of Hampstead, N.H., third.
Pitkat won on opening night of the World Series last Friday and also won Wednesday’s John Blewett III Memorial 76.
Pitkat was fourth in Saturday’s feature at New Smyrna, the only Modified race he hasn’t won this week at the World Series.
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