OSWEGO, N.Y. — Otto Sitterly and the Nicotra Racing team got their 2022 season on the right track in late July and early August.
After scoring his first ISMA win of the year at the Sandusky Speedway Fast 40, Sitterly backed it up with a second-place finish to Mike Ordway Jr. in the prestigious Hy-Miler Nationals 100 Saturday night at Sandusky.
From there the team headed to their home turf, Oswego Speedway, and the third and final John Nicotra-promoted Oswego Winged Super Challenge on August 13. Sitterly started deep in the 20-car field and muscled his way toward the front of the pack in the No. 7 Bodnar chassis. He’d move into third late in the 60-lap feature and inherit second when leader Michael Barnes ran out of fuel with 10 laps to go. Sitterly would ride to a second consecutive P2 finish to Ordway, setting up a one-race showdown for the ISMA championship in September at Star Speedway in New Hampshire.
John Nicotra Racing is a Supermodified race team owned by John Nicotra of Oswego, N.Y., with drivers Otto Sitterly, Alison Sload and Davey Hamilton. Since our team’s debut in 2007, Nicotra Racing and has won six Budweiser International Classic 200s, nine Oswego Supermodified track championships, three Mr. Supermodified races, nine Jim Shampine Memorials and 53 total big block supermodified feature races – 48 at Oswego Speedway (Otto Sitterly (36); Dave Shullick Jr. (9); Alison Sload (2); Davey Hamilton (1)) and 5 winged races all with Sitterly at Lee USA (1 – ISMA), Sandusky (1 – ISMA), Jennerstown (1 – ISMA) and Lorain (2 – MSS).
Nicotra Racing is proud to be sponsored by Riccelli Northern, CORR/PAK Merchandising, Peaceful Living Home Sales, Flip Electronics, Fatheadz Eyewear, 5 Brothers Produce, Burnac Produce Ltd, Torbert Farms, Georgia Crate & Basket, Rite-Pak Produce and Elite Harvesting.
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