Wiscasset, ME- The first day of the 2nd Annual Ray Haskell Ford Fall Brawl could not have been set for a better date. Temperatures were in the 60’s with the sun shining all day long. The national qualifying races were run and the front row for the national event in the Aable Auto Parts Mini Stock race will be Thomas True and Ryan Ripley.

In the New England Transmissions Strictly Streets the pole and outside pole sitters are Mike Short and Skip Tripp and the first and second starting positions for the Verizon Wireless Super Street national events went to Adam Chadbourne and Allan Moeller Sr. The ladies had the first feature event on the track on Saturday. Chelsea Young would get the feature victory by half a track over Christina Spaulding and Tori Burgess. Fourth and fifth went to Tricia Thomas and Missy Morgan. The U.S. Cellular Mini Trucks hit the track for their national event and it would be Chad Binette picking up the win and that was his fourth of the season here at Wiscasset Raceway. Kevin Oliver held off a hard charging Opie Allard over the last 15 laps of the race to get second. Allard would finish third with Mark Lucus fourth and Ryan Farrar fifth. The Outlaw 350’s also had their national feature which saw Zach Emerson picking up the win with Mike Short and Josh Childs second and third. Chris Burgess would come home fourth and Jon Brill fifth. The Wicked Good Vintage racers were also on tap Saturday. Feature number one went to Wally Henderson with Dick McPhail second and Rosey Gerry third. Feature number two winner was Paul Pierce. Second place would go to Greg Vewtte and third to Terry Husten. The crown jewel of the day was the first ever 6 cylinder enduro which took place after a celebrity

race between Ray Haskell and Adam Friend where Haskell was victorious. The 100 lap enduro paid $1,000 to win and through complete luck as he confessed Jim Hart was able to hold off David Folsom for the win. Folsom would get second with Larry Emerson finding his way through the wreck fest to get third. Fourth went to Justin White and fifth to Mike St. Germain. 

Day two of the Ray Haskell Ford Fall Brawl has been rescheduled for Oct. 18th