Uhrig wins 3rd

Uhrig wins 3rd

Sport Trucks Recap for 8-23 Nick Uring emerged as the victor in the 25-lap Sports Truck Feature on Saturday night. Uring picked up his second straight victory, and third overall on the 2014 season. Darryl Church and Lenny Guy brought the field down to the green flag for the main event, with Church jumping out to an early advantage. While he slid up the race track, the Tom Barboza Excavating #81 of Chase Belcher slid on by finding himself out front in search of win #2. As the race started to string out single file, contact between Dave Lougee and Barry Shaw Jr sent Shaw sliding into the infield off turn two. Lougee was subsequently black flagged for the remainder of the event, since he came into the night on probation from a prior weeks incident. Once the race went back under the green, Church struggled to work the outside on the restart due to his 4-cylinder motor. While he slid back, defending truck champion John Paiva slid by on the bottom into the second spot. When Barry Shaw Jr went around again, this time in turn four, Paiva lined up to the outside of the front row and they battled hard up front. Belcher slid up, Paiva slid down, both banging off each other giving it everything they had for the top spot. Paiva started to backslide on the topside, while Rob Murphy found a lane in down low. He slid up to second, until he slid up the race track and made contact with Paiva, sending Murphy spinning in turn one. The ensuing restart saw Paiva and...
Blais wins the night but Hanafin takes the Crown

Blais wins the night but Hanafin takes the Crown

Street Stock Feature Recap The Sim’s Streets stocks finished out the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown Series with the Bullet once again sitting as the victor. Austin Blais used the outside lane to get his way to the front, then held off a late challenge from Scott Bruneau to pick up his fifth win this season. Mike Mitchell jumped out to an early lead, a huge one at that. He had a lead of half of the race track, something we rarely see in any division, let alone the Street Stocks. Mitchell found himself way out front until the caution flew for the first time. On the ensuing restart, Ed Gagnon III and Mitchell made contact, sending both to the tail end of the field and handing the lead over to rookie contender Tyler Lallier. Lallier has been having a good clean season of late, keeping his nose clean and found himself in great position just passed halfway. That all went out the window when Scott Bruneau moved the outside lane by Lallier and set sail out front. The defending champion has struggled some this season, but looked in good position to drive his way to a win. When Austin Blais got to his bumper, Bruneau had no choice but to give up the lead to the Bullet. Blais started to drive away out front, never looking back in route to the win. Joe Kohler subbed behind the wheel of the #92 Street Stock for Glen Tavares. He found himself working his way through the field slowly but surely and eventually moved his way into the top five before features...
Luke LeBrun wins 1st Feature!

Luke LeBrun wins 1st Feature!

SYRA 600 Feature recap Luke LeBrun took off from his pole starting spot and never looked back in route to his first career win in the SYRA 600’s. The LeBrun and Sons Construction machine lead all twenty laps, that was only slowed up by one caution flag and only took five minutes to complete. Cassie Meservey and LeBrun brought the field to the green but Cassie quickly found herself trailing the pack after spinning from the lead in turn three on lap one. The incident also collected two-time feature winner Tim Ouellette, who took a hit in the championship standings since he wasn’t able to finish the 20-lap feature. Alex Lille was also caught up in the incident, but she was able to continue rolling and finish in the top ten at feature’s end. On the restart from the only caution of the night, LeBrun jumped out to a huge lead while multiple drivers fought for the second spot. Brittany Nichols has been struggling for most of the 2014 season, but found herself in a great spot late in the feature. She was in second, holding off challenges from Scott Serydynski and Derrick Debbis. Both of these drivers are some of the best in the class and they hounded the back end of the #05 right too the checkers. While they battled near the front, Anthony Marvin moved his machine up into the top five and eventually up to third, until Marvin and Debbis made contact on lap 17, sending Marvin sliding into the infield grass. Marvin was able to get rolling on the front-stretch, continuing on to an...
Schwegel gets first Sport 4 Win!

Schwegel gets first Sport 4 Win!

Sport 4 Feature Recap Eric Schwegel emerged victorious in the 20-lap Sport Feature on Friday night, holding off late race challenges from Gilbert Bradstreet and Devin Miranda. Schwegel and Garrett Kuhn brought the field down too the green flag with lots of challengers behind them. While Schwegel jumped out front, Kuhn and Bob Henry started a battle for second that backed up some of the field. While they made contact, Eric started to set sail in his #7 looking for his first career win. Tyler Boudreau turned heads early on, as he quickly moved his #21 from his 11th starting spot up inside the top 5. The A&A Auto Parts machine rolled up to the 4th spot by lap 6, but stalled out and wasn’t able to improve any further. Gilbert Bradstreet was rolling around the 1/3 mile, finding himself second and closing in on Schwegel as the field cross for the halfway point. While they started to battle for the lead, Devin Miranda and Lenny Sousa started to close in, making it a four-car battle for the feature finish. The rest of the field was stacked up closely together, with Boudreau holding off challenges from Garrett Kuhn and earlier heat race winner Mike LeFort. They gave him a hard fight, trying both the top and bottom until he was able to put a few car lengths between them. Since the top four had gapped the field by half a straightaway, the only way the rest were going to catch them was going to be a caution flag. That never came, making it a four car battle to the...
Massa wins third Pure Stock Triple Crown race

Massa wins third Pure Stock Triple Crown race

Pure Stocks Feature Recap for 8-21 Daniel Massa Jr finally was able to break through into Everett’s Auto Parts Victory Lane in the Triple Crown Series Finale for the Pure Stocks. Massa started third on the 18 car field, in prime position to jump to the top spot right from the start. Missy Charette brought the field to the green, with fellow lady competitor Keri-Lynn Manfredo to the outside of the front row. The two ladies battled for the first circuit, until Massa slid by Manfredo and grabbed second. When the field came off turn four on lap one, contact ensued between the #8 of Billy Chouinard and the #6 of Ed Gould. Both cars received heavy damage, sending Gould off on the hook and Chouinard pit side to the attention of his crew. Also collected in the first lap crash were Mike Henriques and John Robidoux. The damage sent Henriques pit-side for the remainder of the night, but John was able to continue racing to an eventual top five finish. When the field came back to the green, Danny Massa used the outside lane to perfection. He slid around Charette, shut the door and started opening up a gap on the rest of the field. While he did that, Dave Desrosiers gave Charette a hard fight for second, again using the outside groove to slide by and set his sights on Massa. Keri-Lynn Manfredo spun her mount in turn one on lap 8, but was able to keep rolling without a caution coming out. While she did that, former champion Randy Moretti was black flagged due to a...