Wiscasset, ME- Saturday night at Wiscasset Raceway was not only special because it was sponsored by J.C. Stone and Harold C. Ralph Chevrolet but because a rookie driver picked up his first career win. Alex Waltz was been fighting hard all season with some of the best in the business and Saturday night crossed the stripe in front of them all. Waltz won the 20 lap New England Transmissions Strictly Street feature. He held off Ian Bresnehan and Mike Moody for the victory. Jamie Henderson would finish fourth and Wally Henderson fifth.

     In the Aable Auto Parts Mini Stock division Ryan Ripley picked up another win but the Waldoboro driver had to hold off Thomas True to get the victory. Third place went to Chelsea Young out of Winterport and fourth to Steven Turner. Alex Cromwell rounded out the top 5 and in the U.S. Cellular Mini Truck division Ryan Hayes won and Josh Harjula got second.

     The Verizon Wireless Super Street race ended with a photo finish as Bernie Dinsmore picked up the feature victory. He beat Jeremy Glasier by less then a bumper. Third would go to Allan Moeller Jr. Fourth to Ed Drake and fifth to Bryan Robbins.

     In the Steel’s Real Rod’s and Custom’s Late Model’s Chris Thorne won his third race of the season increasing his point lead over Adam Chadbourne who finished second. Third would go to James Osmond and fourth to Nick Hinkley. David Farrington got fifth.

     The Clark’s Car Crushing Pro-Stocks saw a father-son battle for the lead. Charlie Colby was able to hold off his son Chuck Colby for the win. Randy Turner was able to get by Chuck on the last lap for second. Third would go to Colby. Fourth and fifth went to Scott Moore and Scott King respectively.