Supermodifieds

Sitterly Claims International Classic 200

Otto Sitterly celebrates with his crew after winning the Budweiser International Classic for wingless supermodifieds at Oswego Speedway. (Jim Feeney Photo)

OSWEGO, N.Y. – Otto Sitterly held off IndyCar veteran Davey Hamilton to capture the Budweiser International Classic 200 for wingless supermodifieds Sunday at Oswego Speedway.

Sitterly, a veteran supermodified driver, picked up his third career victory in the supermodified biggie and second-straight for team owner John Nicotra.

Joe Gosek dominated much of the event, but on lap 154 Sitterly made his move for the lead and never looked back en route to victory.

Hamilton, driving a team car to Sitterly’s, came home second. Dave Gruel, Tim Snyder and Joey Payne completed the top five at Oswego.

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