Woody Pitkat    46

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Owner Russell Goodale
Crew Chief Doug Ogiejko
Birthdate July 7, 1979
Hometown Stafford, Conn.
Twitter @WoodyPitkat

Woody Pitkat

No. 46 Riverhead Building Supply Chevrolet (Troyer)

Career Highlights

  • Earned first NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour victory at Stafford in 2014
  • Won the 2015 All-Star Shootout at New Hampshire
  • 2007 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national runner-up and Connecticut State Champion

NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Statistics

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Noteworthy

Made two NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour starts in both 2007 and 2013, and had one NASCAR K&N Pro Series East appearance in 2008 … Began racing in Stafford’s DARE Stock division in 1996 and moved to late models in 1998 … Won the Thompson Speedway late model title in 2002 … Captured the late model crown at Stafford and the Sunoco Modified championship at Thompson in 2006 … NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Region IV champion in 2006 … Was Connecticut state titlists and finished second in the NWAAS national standings in 2007 … Finished third in the Connecticut NWAAS standings in 2010, 2011 and 2013 … Earned NWAAS Division II finalist recognition in 2010 and 2012 … Captured the Stafford track title out of the SK Modified division in 2013 … Had 72 career NWAAS wins at Stafford through 2014, tied with Bugs Stevens for second on the track's all-time feature wins list … Won inaugural North-South Shootout SK Modified feature … Won three races and the Modified points title during the 2013 World Series of Asphalt Racing at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway ... Drove to the Thompson track title and Valenti Modified Racing Series championship in 2015.