CRYSTAL CLAIMS FEATURE, BRUNEAU TAKES CHAMPIONSHIP IN STREET STOCKS

    The odds were a little long that second-place sitter Crystal Serydynski could overcome Scott Bruneau’s lead in divisional points, but there was a chance.  And Crystal did what she had to . . . all that she could, in fact:  She sormed out and won the season’s final regular season feature, nailing down a difficult win over tenacious Ed Gannon III.  But Bruneau also did what he had to:  he finished close enough, in eleventh...

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HOULIHAN TAKES THE WIN AND DARLING WINS FOURTH PRO STOCK CROWN

    On a lap 32 restart with eight to go, Dick Houlihan was whispering in leader Ryan Vanasse’s ear from second.  Six restarts later, Houli was still whispering, trying to solve Vanasse when caution flew with two laps remaining.  And Vanasse took his car from the lead into the pits between the second and third restart for lap 38.  Vanasse was back, but stuck at the rear as Houlihan and Dave Silvia lined up with Dave...

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BATTLE TO LILLIE, WAR TO DEGASPARRE IN LATE MODELS

  Rookie sensation Branden Dion was right where he wanted to be with a green-white-checker in store:  on the pole.  But Jeramee Lillie was in the same frame of mind:  he had the outside pole.  The duo entered the starteing box with the green flag flying and “The Hammer” dropped the hammer, blasting past Dion and into the lead going into turn oneby a fender.  They battled around the penultimate lap and down the front into the...

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LASCUOLA CRUISES TO FEATURE WIN AND CHAMPIONSHIP

  Nick Lascuola had the Legends Division championship in hand coming into the evening’s races;  he decided not to rest on his laurels and gathered in another feature win to add to his list of 2013 victories.  Were it not for a caution with four laps remaining, he might have won by the distance of a straightaway in a show of the type of dominance he has had over the field for much of the season. He came from a seventh place start...

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IT’S FLANAGAN’S FEATURE BUT ROBIDOUX’S CHAMPIONSHIP, THANKS TO ED GOULD

Ed Flanagan, Jr took his first feature win on the season, holding off the charging John Robidoux, who wanted the win on the evening as badly as he wanted the season’s championship he won over Earl Curtin III, who went out of the race with twelve laps remaining after hitting the wall coming out of turn two.  Robidoux was aided to the win as he blew up in the heats, losing his motor but able to edge through the final lap.  Fellow...

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