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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MARTIN MAKES IT 90 WINS WITH TRUCKS VICTORY

Martin had to contend with Uhrig on his shoulder for the restart.  Last year’s rookie-of-the-year has been threatening to take his first feature all season and Martin steeled himself for the onslaught.  Out of the box, Uhrig kept it door-to-door, but Martin eased ahead, then had control going into turn two.  While Uhrig, in the green-white-checkered restart, concentrated on fighting the outside, the wily Mike Cavallaro snugged up on...

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NEGLEY WINS STREET STOCKS, GREEN TO CHECKERS

Ray Negley leapt off the pole, took the lead, and drove with fresh air in his grille for the entire 25-lap Street Stocks feature.  That included four caution restarts, including a green-white-checkers go at the finale.  The front three was an exclusive place, as rookie Austin Blais and veteran Scott Serydynski took turns battling Negley for the lead and each other for position.  Blais troubled Negley throughout the first twelve laps,...

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VANASSE CAPTURES MANCHESTER MEMORIAL FOR LATE MODELS

Ryan Vanasse stepped into Bill Bernard’s team car for the James “Crab” Manchester Memorial race for late models, started fifteenth on a field of seventeeth and worked his way into second behind Dillon Moltz on the fortieth of fifty laps.  Moltz had led since lap three and been pursued by Ryan Lineham since lap 12.  He had built a commanding lead following a lap 15 restart, a straightaway over Lineham and then another 12 cars back to...

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DARLING WINS DON DIONNE MEMORIAL FOR PRO STOCKS

Dave Darling came on in the latter stages, once again, to win the Don Dionne Memorial Race for Pro Stocks after working his way up from tenth with ten laps remaining.  Darling engaged Dick Houlihan in a crowd-pleasing duel for the previous nine laps.  Houlihan had charged up from sixth to take over the lead from Kevin Folan on lap sixteen.  Folan had led since the outset.  Houlihan led eleven laps with Mike Brightman coming up to...

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