The NEW SPIRIT of Unity Raceway was blessed by Mother Nature with a bright and sunny day. The Sportsman 108 saw 14 competitors hit the track. The new purple #73 of Mark Dodge of Anson took home the checkered flag in the first heat race. The second heat race was won by the 2007 Unity Raceway Sportsman Point Champion, Brad Bellows, of South China. These two drivers would go head to head for many laps in the feature event. Both drivers would end the event with mechanical failures looming. Bellows would finish first with Dodge following in second.. New comer to Unity Raceway, Dan McKeage would take home the third place trophy.

The Monsta Mini's also had a full field. Clinton's own, Timmy Robinson, would take first heat race. Former Speedway 95 competitor, Duane Dunifer, would lead the pack in the second heat race. The feature would see Robinson again looking for the lead. After many laps of side by side racing with the #3 car of Josh Childs, Robinson took the lead for good. Childs had to settle for second. Dunifer brought home his first trophy of the season by finishing third.
The Late Model Pro 4 division has had seen the division grow for the first time in years. Sophomore driver, Sean Johnson, took home his first checkered flag of the season with a win in the first heat race. Former Pro-4 champion, Steve Rackliff, raced for the win in the second heat race. The feature saw seasoned veteran, Jimmy Dennis, race door to door with Steve Rackliff for many laps. Dennis found the inside groove to his liking and took the lead. Sean Johnson took advantage of lapped traffic and moved into the second position. Rackliff followed him closely across the line for third.
The Unity Variety Wildcats would have teenage sensation, Dustin Hubbard, show the way to the heat race win. Hubbard has proven that if it has wheel, he may want to race it. The feature would again feature Hubbard taking the lead. After some door to door racing with close friend, Troy Patterson, Hubbard would take home his first feature win of the season. Patterson would settle for second. Third place would go to veteran, Mike Greenleaf.
The Geo & Sons Teens would debut the 2008 season with a new batch of faces competing with the young veterans. Young driver, Ben Nile, started right where he left off at the end of the 2007 season with a heat race win. Nile was able to take the lead in the feature only to see the lead diminish as the fast #30 of Ricky Palmer took the lead passing Nile on the outside. Palmer would drive away to take the checkered with Nile following in second. Jeremy Ludden would follow the pair across the stripe in third.
The Enduro's would take the track for what would prove to be an exciting first feature. Young Alex Fernald would take the lead and show the field around the 1/3 mile track. Fernald showed he was up for any task when he looked in the mirror to see his mother's street Lincoln bearing down on his bumper. Track operating manager, George Fernald Jr., decided to see what track conditions were like for his new class. Young Alex was up for the task of his father's bumping taking home the feature win. Tim Pelotte followed the Fernald clan across the line for second. The only female in the race, Mary Reed, would prove she was up for the task as she took home the third place trophy.
Unity Raceway will again race this Sunday, June 8, at 1pm before switching to Thursday and Friday Nights starting June 19.