WISCASSET SPEEDWAY TOP 5 RESULTS 9/29/28

WISCASSET SPEEDWAY TOP 5 RESULTS 9/29/28
GROUP 2 CHAMPIONSHIp NIGHT
AMSOIL DOMINATOR STRICTLY SHOOTOUT
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AMSOIL DOMINATOR STRICTLY SHOOTOUT (50 laps)
* Kurt Hewins was also 2016 Shootout winner
Pos No. Name Home Town State Laps Diff
1 55 Kurt Hewins Leeds ME 50
2 24 Jonathon Emerson Sabattus ME 50 0.348
3 03 Maurice Young Chelsea ME 50 1.254
4 36X Nate Leavitt Sabattus ME 50 2.195
5 03x Jim Davis Sabattus ME 50 2.797 (more…)

FOUR TITLES SETTLED SATURDAY NIGHT AT WISCASSET

FOUR TITLES SETTLED SATURDAY NIGHT AT WISCASSET.
WISCASSET SPEEDWAY PRESS RELEASE 9/22/18
by Ken Minott

The 2018 season at Wiscasset Speedway is winding down and points championships are finally getting settled. Group 1 was in action Saturday night with three of the four divisions extremely close and one all but a formality. Feature winners on the night included Andy Saunders of Ellsworth in the ServPro of Biddeford Saco Prostocks. Saunders grabbed an early lead and then held off Sidney’s Kevin Douglass to the checkers. Wiscasset’s Nick Hinkley easily wrapped up his first Prostock championship. It the third championship of his career, bumping his father Harold Hinkley’s total up to 9 championships as a car owner over the past 25 years. The Maxwells Market Super Streets points battle could not be any closer as Jefferson’s Mike Hodgkins and Durham’s Michael Harrison rolled onto the track for their final feature tied atop the standings. (more…)

Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model racers chase Gary Smith at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway

Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model racers chase Gary Smith at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway

Scarborough, Maine — Gary Smith of Bangor claimed his second career Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model win, and his first-ever Beech Ridge Motor Speedway victory, in the 150-lap main event at the historic Scarborough, Maine racetrack on Sunday afternoon.

Smith, 62, was ecstatic after outrunning his chassis builder, nine-time Oxford Plains Speedway champion Jeff Taylor of Farmington, to the checkered flag. The victory knocked an important entry off his bucket list. Smith joins a small list of Maine racers who have won premiere division events at all six modern-era asphalt racetracks in their home state.
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Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model racers chase Gary Smith at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway

photo by Norm Marx

Scarborough, Maine — Gary Smith of Bangor claimed his second career Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model win, and his first-ever Beech Ridge Motor Speedway victory, in the 150-lap main event at the historic Scarborough, Maine racetrack on Sunday afternoon.

Smith, 62, was ecstatic after outrunning his chassis builder, nine-time Oxford Plains Speedway champion Jeff Taylor of Farmington, to the checkered flag.  The victory knocked an important entry off his bucket list.  Smith joins a small list of Maine racers who have won premiere division events at all six modern-era asphalt racetracks in their home state.

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Wiscasset Speedway Top 5 Results 9/22/18

Wiscasset Speedway Top 5 Results 9/22/18
GROUP 1 CHAMP NIGHT
full results coming soon

CAHILL TIRE 4-CYLINDER PROS (35 laps)
* Rowe 2nd win of 2018 (defending division champ)
* Prindal wins 2018 championship
Pos No. Name Home Town State Laps Diff
1 12 Max Rowe Turner ME 35
2 03 Hayden Norris Gardiner ME 35 0.227
3 00 PJ Merrill Canton ME 35 2.768
4 24 Jeff Prindall Lisbon ME 35 3.081
5 5 Dominic Curit Saco ME 35 3.135
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RIPLEY DOUBLES DOWN ON COOL NIGHT AT WISCASSET

RIPLEY DOUBLES DOWN ON COOL NIGHT AT WISCASSET
by Ken Minott

The North East Midget Association (NEMA) made its second appearance of the season at Wiscasset Speedway on Saturday night. Ames True Value NEMA Night always brings fans out to thrill at the amazing speed and quickness of the winged asphalt sprint cars. Once again, fans got what they came to see. The NEMA Lites had center stage this time with a 50 lap main event; twice the distance that they normally run. Ryan Locke of Chester, NH took an early lead an never looked back, turning in a dominant victory. He crossed the finish line nearly 2-1/2 seconds ahead of Richie Coy of Haskell, NJ and Danny Cugini of Marshfield, Ma. The Ford Focus powered cars wound around the 3/8 mile track in just over14 seconds. The high powered NEMA Midgets, the fastest asphalt sprint cars in the world, showed their stuff in a 25 lap support feature, with the track record on the line on a cool evening. Avery Stoehr of Lakeville, Ma was the class of the field, grabbing the lead on lap 2 and running away to a convincing win. He hustled his #39 Bertrand Motorsports machine around the track in near record time, turning in a 13.038-second lap for an average speed of 102 mph. He missed the track record, held by John Zych, by just 0.034 seconds. Stoehr was joined in victory lane by defending champ Randy Cabral of Kingston, Ma and record hold John Zych of Mendon, Ma. (more…)