Wiscasset, ME- One year ago at the Ray Haskell Ford fall brawl in the Verizon Wireless Super Street division Mike Landry did it all. He lead 78 laps, he set super fast times and had the field covered. Well that was until lap 98 when after a caution Landry’s car developed a mechanical problem and he was forced to call it a day just 2 laps shy of a $10,000 pay check. This year Landry and his crew double checked everything and then went back and checked it again. Mike Landry held off Jeremy Glasier and Adam Chadbourne over the last three cautions to pick up a win in a race that owed the Oakland, ME. driver one. Glasier would hold off Chadbourne for second with Adam finishing third. Fourth went to Dan MaKeage and fifth to Scott Dorr.

In the Aable Auto Parts Mini Stock National event Thomas True from Wiscasset lead all 50 laps to pick up his fifth win of the season at the track. True held off Ryan Ripley over the closing laps to get the win. Ripley would finish second with Tasha Dyer third. Fourth would go to Jeff Hebert and fifth to Mike Dulany.

The New England Transmission’s Strictly Streets saw Mike Short go wire to wire to get his first National win. Larry Emerson held off Wiscasset Champion Mike Moody for second. Moody would have to fight to get third. Fourth went to Ceaser Morgan and fifth went to Steve Pierpont.

The Outlaw 350’s were also on tap for the finale. Josh Childs led a good part of that race and held off David Childs for the win. David would get second with Chris Burgess third. Fourth place was Zach Emerson and fifth went to Addison Bowie. In the lady Outlaws Tasha Dyer was the victor with Chelsea Young in second and Torrie Burgess.