Wiscasset, ME- Ryan Hayes is a busy kid. Not only does he have the hectic life of a 17 year old Erskine Academy Senior but the Jefferson, ME resident is also hard at work becoming an Eagle Scout, playing varsity basketball and being on the track team. Oh yeah and by the way, he is also busy racing in the U.S. Cellular Mini Track division at Wiscasset Raceway where he picked up his first career feature victory Saturday night on Ray Haskell Ford night at the center of speed. Ryan started on the pole and led every lap of the 15 lap event, holding off Russ Anderson of Portsmith, NH and Gray’s Kevin Oliver for the win. Anderson and Oliver would finish second and third respectively while Josh Hajula and Bruce Oren rounded out the top five.


In the Aable Auto Parts Mini Stock division Waldoboro’s Ryan Ripley was able to overcome lapped traffic and a lot of pressure from Thomas True to get the feature victory. True would finish second and Mike Mason would get his first Wiscasset Raceway trophy finishing in the third spot. Mike Wilson took home fourth in his first trip to Wiscasset this year and Pete McCollet would finish fifth after coming from the back of the pack after a racing incident with point leader Kevin Douglass.

     The New England Transmission’s Strictly Street division saw a new face in victory lane this year. Litchfield’s Wally Henderson got his first win at Wiscasset Raceway this year. The win was Wally’s first in six years. The win did not come easy for the veteran driver though as he had to hold off point leader Mike Moody over the closing laps. Moody would finish second with Mike Hodgkin’s driving for Maurice Young Motorsports taking home third. Wally’s son Jamie Henderson would end up fourth with Ian Bresnehan fifth.

     Your Verizon Wireless Super Street division had current point leader Shawn Austin picking up the checkered flag. About half a straightway back from him Jeremy Glasier of Appleton held of Josh St.Clair to take home second. Allan Moeller Jr. would get fourth with Jason Gaboury settling for the fifth position.

     The Clark’s Car Crushing Pro Stock’s put on a great show. Scott Moore and Jeff Burgess ran side by side for about twenty laps before the two tangled coming into turn one. With the caution period lasting a long time and the rain starting to come down track officials decided to call the race. Charlie Colby would end up getting the feature win. Youngster Dave Farrington turned in his best career finish coming home second. Third would go to Joe Creamer. Moore would end up fourth with Scott King in fifth.