On Saturday, June 30th, New Hampshire's Riverside Speedway played host to the PASS Pullen Super Sportsman series for the newly formed series inaugural season along with the speedway's regular race card. An Independence Day fireworks display concluded the evening's activities. 

Freeport Maine's Jerry Harrison charged to the front from his 7th place starting position to take the lead on lap 17 and drive to his first victory of the 2007 season.
Riverside's own Jeff Marshall backed up his impressive qualifier win with a solid 2nd place finish after multiple runs at Harrison.
Nate Weston stayed consistent and steady and rounded out the events podium finishers in third position.
The event was slowed by 5 cautions with the final coming at lap 19 of the 75 contest.
Series point leader Dan McKeage rebounded back from a lap 16 altercation to place 4th with Hermon Maine's Kris Watson completing the top 5.
Harrison's Victory was his first race at the Groveton, New Hampshire racing surface. 
The next Pullen Super Sportsman series next will be at Canaan Speedway in Canaan, New Hampshire on September 3rd along with the PASS Outlaw Late Models and PASS MODS.