Automotive Swap Meet Cancellation

Automotive Swap Meet Cancellation

It was brought to our attention late today that vendors who planned on attending the automotive swap meet were not aware of the cancellation. We apologize for any inconvenience this miscommunication may have caused. We urge everyone to continually check the website, Facebook and/or give the office a call for any updated information as information can change at a moments notice. We hope you enjoyed your weekend, we hope to see you soon! With any questions, comments or concerns . . . please feel free to call the office at...
Degasparre, Adams, Church & Lineham with NWAAS Wins!

Degasparre, Adams, Church & Lineham with NWAAS Wins!

  DEGASPARRE ROCKETS FROM GREEN TO CHECKERS Gerry DeGasparre, Jr. exploded from the outside pole to start the extra-laps Mike Marfeo, Jr. Memorial race (also stop two on the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown) to take the lead down the frontstretch and never yield the lead. This, despite an intense effort by Nick Uhrig, who made DeGasparre’s life miserable for forty laps out of fifty. Uhrig spent the race all over the leader’s rear bumper, charging at any and all opportunities and often trying to create some of his own. But at the end of the race, DeGasparre had a .2-second lead and a trip to Victory Lane. Still, it was his first of the season and a change in what the Late Model multi-champ admits has been a difficult year for the team. Dave Hutchins, Jr., who had run second from lap three to lap 11, ran in for third, followed by points leader Charlie Rose and Bobby Pelland III. DeGasparre revealed to the crowd that Mike Marfeo, Sr. had been spotting for him in the memorial, which turned out to be his 50th career win. Missing, however, he told the crowd, was his father, Gerry, Sr., who is awaiting surgery. Polesitter Ron Barboza, Jr. battled DeGasparre at the start, but went to second ahead of Uhrig and Hutchins, who ran by into third on lap two. Mark Hudson then pulled alongside Uhrig. But Curtis Rolando’s spin brought out the caution. Degasparre and Barboza set up for the restart and DeGasparre ran to the front. Barboza dropped into second and pursued but Hutch eased him back to third. Uhrig,...
O’Sullivan, Moretti, Toner, Caddick & Serydynski Take Home Fast Friday Wins!

O’Sullivan, Moretti, Toner, Caddick & Serydynski Take Home Fast Friday Wins!

  O’SULLIVAN HOLDS OFF MARTINEZ IN LEGENDS SEAT-SQUIRMER John O’Sullivan nailed down his first Legends divisional win in heroic fashion, surviving a 13-lap dogfight with Brandon “Batman” Martinez, Chris Robbins and Ryan Kuhn. Martinez had moved past O’Sullivan on lap 15 immediately after depriving Ryan Kuhn of second, but O’Sullivan battled back one circuit later. They locked nose-to-tail with Robbins and Kuhn bearing down on them as they roared toward the finish. Martinez caught O’Sullivan with a drop-under move when they made a lap 22 restart and was headed away, but was halted by a four-car wreck on the same lap. They lined back up but this time O’Sullivan defended well and they brawled to the finish line, O’Sullivan holding Martinez off for a .2-second win. Robbins roared in .3 back while Kuhn grabbed fourth, still on the same second. Colin Haley ran in for fifth. Shileigh Martinez, Brandon’s Sister, leapt off the outside pole at the outset and O’Sullivan passed polesitter Brendon Hammond into second. But Ray Parent was around between turns one and two, bringing a lap 2 restart. Shileigh was off the pole rapidly as O’Sullivan pursued but Brandon Packard spun in turn one for a second lap two caution. She was away again, but this time O’Sullivan came back for a duel and Robbins, who had come from seventh on the green nosed past into second. Packard, Kuhn and Brendan Hammond gave chase until Jessica O’Leary lost speed ane Jesse Melberg spun trying to avoid her. Again, Shileigh pulled rapidly away, this time from Robbins. But the duo roared up on either side, creating a...
Lillie, Cavallaro & Scully Saturday Night NASCAR Feature Winners!

Lillie, Cavallaro & Scully Saturday Night NASCAR Feature Winners!

  THE HAMMER TAKES LATE MODELS, GREEN TO CHECKERS Nobody could touch Jeramee Lillie. The Hammer had the horses to pull away from anybody and everybody over four restarts and though Austin Blais made a determined run over the closing laps, Lillie had built a significant cushion to hold on to his victory. Blais finished a second off the pace for second. Mark Hudson had another good feature run for third while Gerry DeGasparre, Jr. and Dylan Estrella concluded the top five. In fact, Hudson and Blais divided the time in second, Hudson taking the first ten laps before giving way to Blais for the finale. He had been outside Lillie for the green, and dropped in front of TJ Moreshead as Roland Wheeler lost spped on the start. Lillie had held off to the very end of the starting box and cars at the rear were already charging forward when Wheeler lost speed and Vinny Arrenegado took all the abuse, finding himself around in turn one. It was an instant replay on the lap 0 restart. Wheeler then went below Moreshead and took a tap from Blais and went loose momentarily, but held on. On the second circuit, Lillie manufactured a five-car lead while Wheeler and Moreshead debated third, ahead of Blais and Bobby Pelland III who were contesting fifth. Pelland leapt forward on the ensuing lap, looking between Wheeler and Moreshead, who backed out while Wheeler shot forward, outside Blaise and Charlie Rose moved in under Pelland, who began dropping back. Lillie now led Hudson by eight cars as Rose moved ahead and Pelland worked underneath Wheeler....
Lamothe, Arsenault, Kulpa, Herman & Lebrun Take Fast Friday Wins!

Lamothe, Arsenault, Kulpa, Herman & Lebrun Take Fast Friday Wins!

  LAMOTHE HAULS DOWN THIRD WIN IN LEGENDS Jordan Lamothe held off a charging Nick Lascuola for the final half of the Legends feature enroute to his third victory in four tries. Lamothe had just relieved Chris Robbins of the lead when the current champion hauled in on his bumper for the challenge to the checkers. Robbins continued to debate in third untilJesse Melberg srotmed past Ryan Kuhn into fourth. Melberg briefly edged Lascuaola out of second, but fell back to fourth as Brandon “ Batman” Martinez took over third.. Brandon Packard claimed fifth on the evening. Kuhn jumped off the pole to lead the first lap, but Lascuola nabbed his bumper with Robbins and Joey Lembo lining up behind. As Lascuola took over the lead, Robbins moved to second ahead of Kuhn, who was followed by Jake Johnson and Batman Martinez. Lascuola wasted no time in going out to a ten car lead over Robbins, who collected Kuhn on his bumper. Jake Johnson elevated to fourth, ahead of Martinez. But Johnson tried to shut the door on Martinez’ pass and hooked bumpers. They went around in turn two. The lap six restart saw Lascuola jump out, but Robbins fired back up for a duel at the front. As Robbins and Lamothe roared ahead, Lascuola found himself engulfed in a three-wide with them. Robbins grabbed the front with Lamothe second and Lascuola third. Kuhn followed, ahead of Melberg and Martinez. By lap 12, the leading trio were bumper to bumper and Melberg had moved in behind Kuhn. Brandon Packard moved into fifth. Melberg wenty for the pass but had...