SEEKONK, Mass. — Brenden LaBelle’s smooth driving has earned him a third victory in the Seekonk Grand Prix Outlaw division. The driver of the No. 4 started fourth, worked his way to the front, and took advantage of a loose leader to score another win.

The Fast Friday season continued with just two weeks left in the Everett’s Auto Parts Diamond Jubilee Series season — still with no fans in attendance due to state COVID-19 restrictions.

LaBelle, a Taunton, Massachusetts, driver, took his third win with a daring move to the inside of Stephen Bowden. When the green dropped, it was Bowden in control, but he got loose a few laps later, racing for the lead with Nicholaus Bulkeley. LaBelle was right there on his bumper, making the move down low while Bowden slid through the corner and coming out the other side in the top spot.

From there, LaBelle was able to keep a comfortable margin between himself and the rest of the competition. The race was only slowed by two cautions, the second of which took out Bowden, and point leader Nick Chaber Jr. with only a handful of laps remaining. On the final restart, LaBelle’s closest challenges would come from PJ Evans and Reese Bogue, but neither had anything for him.

It was LaBelle scoring the win over Bogue, Evans, Aubrey Keller, with a career-best fourth, and Isaiah Newcomb. With a fifth, Newcomb will enter the final week of the season up by just two points on Chaber — one spot on the track. If the two were to tie in the points, Newcomb will have the edge due to his multiple wins.

The final race of the season for the Seekonk Grand Prix Bandolero Outlaws is next Friday night October 9th, with the first feature of the evening rolling off at 7 p.m.