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OSWEGO, NY (May 4, 2018) - The all-time points list for Oswego Speedway’s Pathfinder Bank SBS division has been updated for the first time since 2011, but after six seasons, nothing has changed on the top as it is still the division’s all-time winningest driver Mike Bond leading the way with now 17,888 total points accumulated throughout the course of his illustrious career.

“It has been a huge undertaking over the offseason to sit down and take the time to update the all-time points for both the SBS and Supermodified divisions and I am relieved to say that the process is complete,” said speedway PR director Camden Proud. “The history of Oswego Speedway is extremely important to pay attention to. We’ve also updated the all-time wins, top fives, and other special stats which can be found by hovering over the ‘results’ tab on our website.”

At the top, it’s no surprise that Bond leads the way after yet another championship in 2016, but it is Jack Patrick in his trademark ‘Mopar’ No. 9 who has moved the most spots within the top five, surpassing Russ Brown and Mark Regan to take the second spot with 14,169 points, still over 3,000 behind Bond.

After winning the 2013 Pathfinder Bank SBS championship and competing part time for the past several seasons, Brown is holding strong in third with now 12,342 career points, a total that has since allowed him to surpass Mark Regan who was in second when the last update occured in 2011.

Defending SBS champion Dave Cliff, who has swept the past two track championships, improved immensely as far as his all-time rank is concerned, jumping up from twelfth to fifth place after two stellar campaigns in the Barbeau Racing No. 50.

2013 SBS champion Andrew Schartner and 2012 SBS champion Kreig Heroth have jumped inside the top ten as well to eighth and ninth, respectively. The duo was not even within the top fifty overall in 2011, allowing their championships and multiple main event victories to carry them past over forty veteran competitors.

Also moving into or further within the top ten are Rob Pullen and JJ Andrews.

Pullen jumped from eleventh up to seventh after six more part time seasons from 2011 to 2017 which brought the veteran several main event wins, while Andrews drove to three more victories in that time frame including the 2014 Bud Light Classic 75 which allowed JJ to move up one spot to seventh.

Chris Proud was the only other driver to remain in the top ten after Proud brought the No. 3 back to Oswego part time in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Moving into spots ten to twenty were veterans Barry Kingsley (12th), Mike Bruce (13th) and Jason Simmons (17th) who, with the exception of Kingsley, have all won multiple main events since the completion of the ‘11 season.

2011 rookie Dalton Doyle (21st) and veteran Cameron Rowe (23rd) got themselves into the top twenty five while another vet Mark Castiglia (32nd) and 2012 rookie Anthony Losurdo (37th) each cracked the top forty.

2014 Rookie of the Year Camden Proud (44th), 2011 rookie Dennis Rupert (45th), 2011 rookie Josh Kerr (48th), and 2013 rookie and defending ‘Most Improved’ Driver Greg O’Connor (50th) were the only other active competitors to move into the top fifty over the course of the past six years.

For a full all-time points rundown, which includes the addition of over two dozen drivers following the update, be sure to visit online at OswegoSpeedway.com. You can also FOLLOW on Twitter @OswegoSpeedway or LIKE on Facebook at Facebook.com/OswegoSpeedway.

About Oswego Speedway: Oswego Speedway, a sports entertainment company, is a 5/8 mille semi-banked pavement racing oval located off the shores of Lake Ontario in scenic Oswego, NY. Oswego Speedway has been a continuously run weekly racing venue since August, 1951. The premier open-wheel pavement short track cars in the world, Supermodifieds, run weekly at Oswego Speedway making Oswego the only weekly Supermodified racing venue in the world. The Small Block Supermodifieds accompany the full blown Supers on a weekly Saturday night schedule which runs from May through September. Oswego Speedway is mentioned in racing circles as the “Indy of the East,” as no fewer than a dozen past and present competitors have competed at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway including Mario Andretti, arguably the greatest driver of all time, two-time Indy 500 champion Gordon Johncock, along with former International Classic Champions Bentley Warren, Joe Gosek, and Davey Hamilton.


All-Time Small Block / Limited Supermodified Points Top 100 (1992-2017):

Includes heat and feature races using original points system. Timed warm up, Classic and semi-final races are not factored into overall points.

As of May 2018

1 Mike Bond 17,888
2 Jack Patrick 14,169
3 Russ Brown 12,342
4 Mark Regan 11,795
5 Dave Cliff Jr. 9,984
6 JJ Andrews 9,876
7 Rob Pullen 9,425
8 Andrew Schartner 7,609
9 Kreig Heroth 7,342
10 Chris Proud 7,131
11 Tim Barbeau 7,062
12 Barry Kingsley 6,452
13 Mike Bruce 6,402
14 Shawn Walker 6,351
15 Shawn Muldoon 6,317
16 Kevin Knopp 5,972
17 Jason Simmons 5,773
18 Dave Gruel 5,664
19 Bob Goutermout 5,554
20 Dean Hoag 5,553
21 Dalton Doyle 5,445
22 Gregg Davis 5,438
23 Cameron Rowe 5,424
24 Brian Sobus 5,327
25 Bob Rundell 4,915
26 Keith Gilliam 4,703
27 Lou LeVea Sr. 4,645
28 Guard Nearbin 4,582
29 Tom Jodway 4,227
30 Billy Izyk 4,224
31 Frank Ferguson 4,157
32 Mark Castiglia 4,141
33 Tim Garbeau 4,089
34 Steve Austin 4,079
35 Bobby Bond 3,973
36 Ray Graham Jr. 3,914
37 Anthony Losurdo 3,796
38 Ed Watson Jr. 3,774
39 Andy Jodway 3,694
40 Andy Powell 3,679
41 Dave Trytek 3,542
42 Star Matteson 3,542
43 Justin Shea 3,530
44 Camden Proud 3,523
45 Dennis Rupert Jr. 3,523
46 John Ketcham 3,286
47 Daryl Nichols 3,150
48 Josh Kerr 3,122
49 Greg Furlong 3,037
50 Greg O'Connor 2,979
51 Otto Sitterly 2,937
52 Josh LaRochelle 2,935
53 Bill Moore 2,896
54 Doug Cliff 2,986
55 Eddie Horne 2,835
56 Russ Bartlett 2,795
57 AJ Bernys 2,695
58 Charlie Pike 2,680
59 Denny Wheeler 2,663
60 MIke Gardner 2,631
61 Stan Gates 2,626
62 Kris Meyn 2,587
63 Dave Danzer 2,562
64 Doug Reaume 2,557
65 Jesse Bearup 2,515
66 David LaTulip 2,508
67 Michael Barnes 2,463
68 Brian Sweeney 2,359
69 Vern LaFave 2,356
70 Matt Wheeler 2,355
71 Fred Taylor 2,353
72 Andy Noto 2,319
73 Dan Ferlito 2,298
74 John Churchill 2,207
75 Jim Kite 2,204
76 Jim Guyle 2,186
77 Mark Eaves 2,171
78 Dan Kapuscinski 2,132
79 Mark Van Luven 2,129
80 Scott Landers 2,049
81 Brian Nappa 2,031
82 Todd Gordon 1,995
83 Tony White 1,952
84 Scott Shafer 1,937
85 Larry Muroski 1,936
86 Bob Andrews 1,899
87 Rob Hinson  1,873
88 Steve Abt 1,833
89 Dennis Wilson 1,827
90 John Higgins Sr. 1,777
91 Keith Abbott 1,747
92 Chip Wood 1,733
93 Kevin Jackson 1,733
94 Jeff Holbrook 1,715
95 Jeremy Unruh 1,643
96 Bob Bogwicz 1,630
97 Mike Giddings 1,616
98 Danny Abt 1,614
99 Bryan Haynes 1,589
100 Lou LeVea Jr. 1,586

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