Wiscasset, ME- Chuck Colby is no stranger to victory lane at Wiscasset Raceway. Chuck has already visited Soule’s Auto Supply victory lane on more then one occasion this year and a countless number in years past. Saturday night however could have been one of the hardest battles Colby has had to fight to get there. Chuck held off Travis Benjamin over the closing laps to pick up the win. Benjamin would however finish second but he to had to work for the strong finish as he had Scott Chubbuck hot on his heels. 2008 division champion Randy Turner finished fourth and Jeff Burgess fifth.

     The Aable Auto Parts Mini Stock’s put on a great show for the fans with two youngsters, Thomas True and Ryan Ripley leading the way. True would be able to hold Ripley off for the win. Ryan Ripley would finish second with Pete McCollett third. Fourth would go to Tim Collins and fifth to Doug Ripley.

     The U.S. Cellular Mini Truck division saw Ryan Hayes put the #17 truck in victory lane again. Rick Sirios finished second after a post race inspection shake up. Third would go to Josh Harjula and fourth to Brandon Crandall. Rounding out the top five was Russ Anderson.

     In the New England Transmission Strictly Street division Maurice Young of Windsor picked up his first win of the season. The 7 time track champion raced side by side with Mike Moody for 15 laps to get the win. Moody would finish second with Jamie Henderson third. Fourth and fifth would go to Alex Waltz and Dan Nezmith.

    The Verizon Wireless Super Street’s saw a long red flag period and the race took about on hour to complete but it was worth the wait to see, Appleton’s Jeremy Glasier beat Bernie Dinsmore to the checkered flag. Ed Drake grabbed third with Bryan Robbins getting fourth and Allan Moeller Jr. fifth.

     The Steel’s Real Rod’s and Custom’s late model division had the crowd on their feet as well Saturday. Adam Chadbourne picked up his first career victory in a late model. He did so in front Steve Reno of West Bath and Seth Raven of Waldo. Fourth would go to Chris Thorne and fifth to Will Collins.

Sat. 15th 5 p.m.– Barbara Bush Children's Hospital Night

Sun. 16th 2 p.m.- Center of Speed 300 Weekend – Twin 150's – 150 Lap Pro Stock Open Event plus 150 Lap Late Model Open Event/Qualifier for the
                     ACT Invitational to be held September 19th at NHIS