From the monthly archives: "May 2010"

Andy Loden took advantage of a restart on lap 80 of Saturday night’s Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Old Glory 150 at Concord (NC) Speedway, passing Roger Lee Newton for a lead he would never give up to score his first PASS South super late model feature win. Ryan Blaney chased Loden to the checkers, with series point leader Preston Peltier third, Jimmy Weller fourth and John Stancill fifth.

Ryan Moore was fastest in Pro Photo Productions time trials with a lap of 15.726, nipping Preston Peltier (15.777) for fast time. Jimmy Weller (15.776), Justin Wakefield (15.810) Bobby Measmer (15.818) Roger Lee Newton (15.832), Brandon Ward (15.855) Loden (15.858) Blaney (15.890) and Kevin Love (15.948) timed in third through tenth in the 28 car field.

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Barre, VT – Montpelier’s Dave Pembroke earned his second straight Mekkelsen RV Memorial Day Classic win at Barre, VT’s Thunder Road International Speedbowl on Sunday, May 30. Pembroke started the race from the 14th spot and worked his way through traffic to take the lead on lap 68. Pembroke would hold the lead for the remainder of the race.

Granitevile’s John Donahue took the lead early in the event after starting on the outside pole. He led the majority of the first 60 laps while battling with Barre’s Nick Sweet, who spun on lap 46 while battling for the lead. Joey Becker also led several laps before Pembroke got by. Donahue would hold on for second, Eric Williams came from the 25th starting spot to claim third while Joey Laquerre and Rich Lowrey rounded out the top five.

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The North East Mini Stock Tour opened its season Saturday under gloomy skies and uncertain weather conditions at Canaan Fair Speedway. There was a small shower as the pit gates opened but it quickly dispersed and led for some good practice for all of the NEMST teams. Jeff Prindall was the winner of the Tater’s NASCAR Merchandise $100 bonus for registered drivers.

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Laperle Wins Montmagny 100

Montmagny, QC – St. Denis, QC’s Patrick Laperle makes it two in a row with a win in the Montmagny 100 at Autodrome Montmagny on Saturday, May 29. Laperle, who earned the season opening win at Autodrome St-Eustache last weekend, started in the 16th position and worked his way through the field to the lead on lap 24.

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Unity, Maine – Oakland’s Mike Landry, a rookie in the Late Model division at Unity Raceway, emerged triumphantly from a wild, 100-lap special event Saturday night at Maine’s Toughest Racing oval.

Montville’s Bryan Robbins topped the weekend support division card with a win in the 50-lap Wildcat main event. Other feature race winners over the busy Memorial Day Weekend at Unity Raceway included Bob Weymouth of Topsham, Nate Weston of Madison, Ben Clark of Clinton, Reggie Bickford of Oakland, Justin Moore of Madison, Shelby Kimball of Cornville, Cole Robinson of Clinton, Caleb Willette of Winslow, Joe Legere of Old Town and Daymon Dodge of Troy.

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Trevor Sanborn wires field to win Beech Ridge Motor Speedway opener.

Scarborough,Maine- Returning to full time competition for 2010, Trevor Sanborn wasted little time getting acquainted with his old stomping grounds. In fact Sanborn enjoyed victory lane so much in the past that he used the first night of NASCAR Whelan All American Series racing to pay a visit to the winners circle. Sanborn bolted from the outside pole position to lead the opening laps with Dan McKeage and Brad Babb following along. A four car battle for fourth position was shaping up with combatants

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PASS Sportsman headline opening day 2010 at Spud Speedway

The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Sportsman division will travel to the crown of Maine this Sunday May 30 for their first visit to Caribou’s Spud Speedway, and the PASS teams are looking forward to the challenge of competing on a new race track..

The PASS Sportsman racers kicked off their 2010 season at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway on May 1st and 2009 series champion Carey Martin took down the win over Mike Landry, the driver that chased Martin all summer long in the 2009 points race. Landry came up only two points shy of the title when the final checker of 2009 flew. Expect this pair and many more to do battle with Spuds own Coca Cola Super Street regulars in a 75 green flag lap contest that’s sure to keep race fans on the edge of their seats.

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Eddie MacDonald posted a seventh place finish in the Goodyear Dealers of
Iowa 200 at Iowa Speedway in the K & N        Pro Series third race of the
season. The Grimm Construction Chevy qualified fourth after scoring one of
only five sub 24 second laps around the .875 mile oval. Forty-nine cars
attempted to qualify for 44-car starting grid in the combination event
pitting the East versus the West series’ drivers. MacDonald’s has crashed
out of the two previous races at the track so this finish is well received.

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A Fine Memorial: Unity Raceway Readies For ‘300’ Weekend
Track to host 200-lap Late Model event as part of extravaganza

UNITY, Maine — In the spirit of holiday giving, Unity Raceway track operator George Fernald Jr. wanted to give race teams and fans something different. In doing so, he may have created Maine’s newest racing tradition.

Unity will hold its 1st annual Memorial 300 on Friday and Saturday, May 28-29 — an event highlighted by the $3,000-to-win Late Model 200. Also on the card is a 100-lap Wildcat feature offering $1,000 to the winner.

“We’re excited about this weekend,” Fernald said. “We hope it’s the start of a great new holiday tradition here.”

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Wiscasset Raceway Official Results 5-23-10

Wiscasset Raceway official Opening Day Results

TOP 5 finishers for each division- Sunday May 23rd, 2010

Steel’s Real Rods & Cutoms Late Model Sportsmen

38 Joey Doyon

28 Rowland Robbinson Jr.

15 Nick Hinkley

13 Casey Nash

6 Danny Smart

U.S. Cellular Super Street

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Waterbury, VT – Mekkelsen RV will present the 48th annual Memorial Day Classic at Thunder Road Speedbowl in Barre, VT this Sunday, May 30. For the third year the Modified Racing Series (MRS), presented by Bob Valenti AutoMall, will join the American Canadian Tour (ACT) Thunder Road Late Models in the twin bill. Each division will race 100 lap features.

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Brenton Parritt of Steuben took off from the outside pole position in the 35 lap Dysart’s Late Model feature at Speedway 95 Sunday afternoon and held the lead through two restarts to post his first win of the young season. Parritt was challenged by Duane Seekins of Stockton Springs in the early going and on the restarts, but Seekins eventually settled into the second spot, where he finished. It wasn’t an easy second place finish for Seekins, though, as he faced tough competition from both Josh St. Clair of Liberty and Dale Swoboda of Hermon. Both St. Clair and Swoboda were using the inside groove to move past traffic as they both started near the rear of the field due to their top three finishes last week. Swoboda and St. Clair had passed Seekins and were battling for the second spot , Swoboda on the outside and St. Clair on the inside, when they came together on the front stretch on lap 25, eliminating both cars for the remainder of the event. Seekins then regained the second spot and held it to the end. Bangor’s Doug Day finished the race in third, followed by John Kalel II of Orrington in fourth and Nick Kinney of Danforth in fifth. Seekins won the day’s 15 lap qualifier.

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Oxford Plains Speedway May 22, 2010 Official Finishes 99.9 The Wolf Fan Appreciation Night


1 – 3 Kevin Bishop

2 – 8 Calvin Rose, Jr.

3 – 51 Steve Barker

4 – 33 Danny Morris

5 – 31 Jeff Beaule

6 – 2 Butch Keene

7 – 6 Nathan Guptil

8 – 18 Nik Coates

9 – 77 Ashley Marshall

10 – 10 Jimmy Childs

11 – 29 Greg Watkins

12 – 14 Matt Moore

Late Model

1 – 6 Tommy Ricker

2 – 51 Ricky Rolfe

3 – 07 Scott Luce

4 – 26 Corey Morgan

5 – 60 Tim Brackett

6 – 63 Don Wentworth

7 – 11 Billy Childs, Jr.

8 – 85 Travis Stearns

9 – 15 Ben Ashline

10 – 71 Gary Chaisson

11 – 61 TJ Brackett

12 – 94 Shawn Martin

13 – 3 Dennis Spencer, Jr.

14 – 50 Jeff White

15 – 27 Wayne Helliwell

16 – 8 Gerald Parlin

17 – 14 Joey Lovejoy

18 – 23 Dave Farrington, Jr.

19 – 44 Neil Martin

20 – 1 Al Hammond

21 – 5 Tyler Knightly

Strictly Stock

1 – 55 Kurt Hewins

2 – 17 Mike Short

3 – Perry Tucker

4 – 23 Zack Emerson

5 – 63 Matt Williams

6 – 12 Skip Tripp

7 – 83 Mike St. Germain

8 – 5 Joe Hutter

9 – 06 Craig Coolidge

10 – 24 Larry Emerson

11 – 42 Kim Tripp

12 – 29 Chris Mosher

13 – 39 Jerry Freve

14 – 53 Richard Damon

15 – 2 Joshua Lovell

16 – Ed Burlock

17 – 7 Gene Hatch

18 – 35 Dale Brackett


1 – 23 Vanna Brackett

2 – 26 Missy Morgan

3 – 34 Dottie Patria

4 – 07 Tori Burgess

5 – 28 Sue Veinott

6 – 2 Kim Sessions

7 – 21 Deanna Robertson

8 – 92 – Debbie Marston

9 – 29 Shannon Wheeler

10 – 37 Kate Brown

11 – Annie Chartier

Outlaw #2

1 – 07 Chris Burgess

2 – 35 Guy Childs

3 – 38 Addison Bowie

4 – 1 Mike Blue

5 – 19 Steve Moon

6 – 9 Ryan Robbins

7 – 78 Pat Maloy

8 – 21 Todd Bisbee

9 – 67 Mike Haynes

10 – 14 Scott Hethcoat

11 – 34 John Patria

12 – 25 Chris Coolidge

DQ – 64 Nic Stanley

DQ – 3 Josh Childs

DQ – 5 David Childs

Outlaw #1

1 – 04 Zach Bowie

2 – 57 Gerry Richard

3 – 11 Spencer Morse

4 – 00 Mike Childs

5 – 22 Phil Knowlton

6 – 89 Kyle Curtis

7 – 54 Jon Baldwin

8 – 12 Dennis Morang

9 – 37 David Brown

10 – 51 Randy Robitaille

11 – 7 Carl Conant

12 – 30 Scott Veinott

DQ – 18 Tom Bell

Lee, NH – Double features were on tap for the NASCAR Whelen All-American
Series Late Models at Lee USA Speedway on Friday night, with Jeffrey
Labrecque, Jr. and Miles Chipman picking up their first wins of the year in
the two mains.

The rained out feature from the previous week hit the track to open up the
night’s action, with Bryan Kruczek setting the early pace.  But after
battling past J.R. Baril to get to the second spot, Labrecque quickly reeled
in Kruczek to challenge for the lead.

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Naples ME 5/23/10) Greater Charlotte is a Mecca for motorsports this week as thousands of race fans converge on the region for a nonstop week of motorsports mania. Races, shop tours, the popular Charlotte Speed Street activities and so much more make this a can’t miss week for hard core race fans.

In 2010 the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) will add another exciting element to racing’s version of Woodstock with the addition of a 150 lap Pro All Stars Series super late model race on Saturday May 29 at the well known Concord Speedway, just up the road from the “Big Track”. The fifth race of the PASS South racing season will bring together the fastest short track drivers and cars from throughout the southeast to challenge the track that’s billed as the world’s fastest ½ mile tri-oval.

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