Unity, Maine — Randy Turner of Freedom, Chris Thorne of Sidney and Mac Hannan, Jr. of Union topped the list of feature race winners on a busy Longjohn Weekend stock car racing card at Unity Raceway.

Turner won the 75-lap race for the Pro Stock division, Thorne scored in a 75-lap Late Model main event and Hannan survived a wild, $1000-to-win 69-lapper in the Wildcat division.
Other Sunday feature winners included Oakland’s Mike Landry, Ben Clark of Clinton, Kyla Gallant of Veazie and Ryan Ripley of Waldoboro. Saturday afternoon main event victories were scored by Don Giggey of Athens, Brad Bosworth of Cornville, Shelby Kimball of Cornville, Lucas Porter of Norridgewock, Bob Hills and Kenny Robinson.
Randy Turner’s Pro Stock victory left Morrill’s Travis Benjamin upset as the region’s fastest full-bodied stock cars visited Unity Raceway for just the third time this season.
Turner paced the majority of the 75-lapper, but lost the lead to Benjamin, who made good use of the quicker outside groove following a restart to get in front of Turner. When Turner made a bid to regain the lead going into turn three on the inside of Benjamin there was contact, and a lap later Benjamin rolled to a stop with a flat tire.
Benjamin pitted and returned to the rear of the restart lineup, but had to settle for third-place honors behind Turner and runner-up Scott Chubbuck, who had an eventful run en route to claiming his trophy. Unity’s Dustin Hubbard impressed in his first Pro Stock race, posting a fourth-place finish. Chuck Colby rounded out the top five.
Chris Thorne survived a wild 75-lap Late Model main event, which was the third round of the Linnehan’s Credit Now Triple Crown Series, with a race at both Speedway 95 and Wiscasset Raceway crowning a series champion.
In the caution-filled affair both Thorne and Duane Seekins of Stockton Springs were able to avoid all situations unfolding in front of them until it all was happening behind them. Sidney’s Kevin Douglass picked up the third-place trophy.
Josh St. Clair of Liberty wrapped up the Triple Crown series championship with a fourth-place finish. St.Clair survived a trip into the turn one sand pile and made several pit stops before climbing back into contention. Burnham’s Frank Moulton, the track’s 2009 Late Model champion, rounded out the top five.
Mac Hannan’s run from 16th starting position to victory lane in the 69-lap Wildcat race was patient and methodical, but loaded with luck as several very quick cars were sidelined in a freak spike in the axle-breaking ratio. At least a couple of drivers who led the race – Jeff ‘Bo Overlock., Jr. and Carl McAlpine  – were later sidelined with broken axles, as were a couple of other cars running in front of Hannan’s Dave Brannon-owned machine.
Early on it looked like Overlock and Shorey were the cars to beat. They got together and Shorey was done for the day, with Overlock going on to lead by a healthy margin for several laps until his axle broke. Late in the race, 2009 Unity Raceway Wildcat champion Carl McAlpine was holding off Hanaan’s challenges, but his axle broke as the white flag was in sight.
Hanaan held off Lyman McKeage of Gorham on a green-white-checkered restart for the win and the $1000 top prize. Brad Norris of Ellsworth finished in third position, followed under the checkered flag by Auburn’s Mike Short and Brent Chase of Burnham.
Mike Landry held off Shane Tatro of Levant to win the 50-lap Super Street finale. Early race leader Nate Weston of Madison was third across the line, with another early pacesetter, Dan McKeage of Gorham, crossing the line in fourth position. Steve Moulton of Holden had an eventful drive, resulting in a top-five finish.
Ben Clark romped to an impressive win in the Late Model Pro Four feature. Mike Mason of Skowhegan, moving up from the Flyin’ 4 division he’s the new champion of for the first time, drove his new mount to runner-up honors. Jimmy Dennis of Benton wheeled to a third-place finish with Bryan Lancaster of Skowhegan and Oakland’s Reggie Bickford rounding out the top five.
Kyle Gallant led wire-to-wire in the Monsta Mini division main event. Dylan Lancaster of Skowhegan easily claimed runner-up honors with Scott Theriault of South China taking the final trophy after an intense battle with Plymouth’s Derrick Terrill. Lewis Batchelder of Dixmont rounded out the top five.
Flyin’ 4: Ryan Ripley of Waldoboro prevailed in Flyin’ 4 feature racing action, holding off Augusta’s Cody Sleeper to claim the checkered flag. Sleeper got the second-place hardware, with third-place honors going to Jason Trundy of Old Town; Ed Sleeper of Vassalboro and Tasha Dyer of Arrowsic were fourth and fifth across the finish line.
Teen Thunder and Ladies division competitors raced together, producing a thrilling battle for the lead on the final lap that saw the position change twice. Teen winner Brad Bosworth ended up just beating out Ladies winner Shelby Kimball to the checkered flag. Alica Goodwin of Clinton and Kayla Chesley of Skowhegan got second and third-place trophies for the Ladies class. Gage Landry of Sidney and Jayson Bosworth of Cornville finished second and third in the Teen Thunder rundown.
Jeff Littlefield of Wilslow won the Mini Cup race, inheriting the lead when eventual runner-up Ralph Melanson of Dover-Foxcroft couldn’t successfully protect the top spot from Ed Trask’s assault on the final lap. Benton’s Alex Fernald claimed the third-place trophy.
Don Giggey of Athens outran Ryan Hayes of Jefferson and Jamie Foster of Benton in the Truck feature. Kevin Oliver of Gray and Lance Chapman of Benton rounded out the top five.
Lucas Porter of Norridgwock won the Enduro race. Bob Hills and Kenny Robinson won feature races for Wicked Good Vintage Race Car Association competitors.
One more event remains on the 2009 Unity Raceway schedule, with “Frostbite 50s” for all weekly support divisions and Fernald Frenzy Fun day action set to get under way at 1:00 p.m. For more information please call (207) 45302021 or visit unityraceway.info
Pro Stock: 1. Randy Turner, Freedom; 2. Scott Chubbuck, Dresden; 3. Travis Benjamin, Morrill; 4. Dustin Hubbard, Unity; 5. Chuck Colby, Damariscotta; 6. Brian Whitney, Burnham; 7. Charlie Colby, Woolwich; 8. Jesse Smith, Bangor; 9. John Higgins, Glenburn; 10. Scott Moore, Anson; 11. Richie Dearborn, Hollis; 12. Matt Lee, Albion; 13. Chris Pangburn, Easton; 14. Jeff Burgess, Fairfield; 15. Tim Turner, Freedom; 16. Dean Fuller, Albion.
Late Model: 1. Chris Thorne, Sidney; 2. Duane Seekins, Stockton Springs; 3. Kevin Douglass, Sidney; 4. Josh St.Clair, Liberty; 5. Frank Moulton, Burnham; 6. Dave Farrington, Jay; 7. James Osmond, Wiscasset; 8. Dylan Turner, Freedom; 9. Seth Raven, Waldo; 10. Shane Lane, Kingfield; 11. Ajay Picard, Palmyra; 12. Rowland Robinson, Jr., Steuben; 13. Jeff Clewey, Winterport; 14. John Phippen, Bar Harbor; 15. Scott Modery, Hermon; 16. Milo Haney, Connor; 17. Dale Swoboda, Hermon; 18. Shane Clark, Winterport; 19. Troy Patterson, Stockton Springs; 20. Danny Smart, Buxton; 21. Darren Doucette, Sidney; 22. Louie Picard, Palmyra.
Super Street: 1. Mike Landry, Oakland; 2. Shane Tatro, Levant; 3. Nate Weston, Madison; 4. Dan McKeage, Gorham; 5. Steve Moulton, Holden; 6. Nick Huff, Orrington; 7. John Kalel II, Orrington; 8. Derek Mingo, Lamoine; 9. Artie Maguire, Bucksport; 10. Abel Leamer; Winterport; 11. Hal Stratton, Belgrade; 12. Kris Watson, Hermon; 13. Ryan St.Clair, Liberty; 14. Ed Drake, Vassalboro; 15. Sonny Robinson, Clinton; 16. Jason Morse, Ellsworth; 17. Mike Lynch, Winterport; 18. Doug Day, Glenburn.
Wildcat: 1. Mac Hannan, Jr., Union; 2. Lyman McKeage, Gorham; 3. Brad Norris, Ellsworth; 4. Mike Short, Auburn; 5. Brent Chase, Burnham; 6. Mike St.Germain, Auburn; 7. Shawn Hamel II, Bangor; 8.. DJ Moody, Prospect; 9. Jim Carr, Jr., Clifton; 10. Carl McAlpine, Burnham; 11. Matt Shaw, Troy; 13. Roger Smith, Jr., Clifton; 14. Jason Alton, Burnham; 15. Alex Waltz, Damariscotta; 16. Chris King, Burnham; 17. Travis Poulin, Holden; 18.. Dustin Hubbard, Unity; 19. Jeff ‘Bo’ Overlock, Jr., Hermon; 20. #98 ?, 21. Jim Shorey, Lebanon; 22. Luke Rickards, Anson.
Late Model Pro Four: 1. Ben Clark, Clinton; 2. Mike Mason, Skowhegan; 3. Jimmy Dennis, Benton; 4. Bryan Lancaster, Skowhegan; 5. Reggie Bickford, Oakland; 6. Jonathan Smith, Augusta; 7. Lance Chapman, Benton.
Monsta Mini: 1. Kyle Gallant, Veazie; 2. Dylan Lancaster, Skowhegan; 3. Scott Theriault, South China; 4. 07 Derrick Terrill, Plymouth; 5. 5. Lewis Batchelder, Dixmont; 6. Paul Jackson, Augusta; 7. Richard Jackson, Hudson, 8. Alica Goodwin, Clinton.
Flyin’ 4: 1. Ryan Ripley, Waldoboro; 2. Cody Sleeper, Augusta; 3. 3. Jason Trundy, Old Town; 4. Ed Sleeper, Vassalboro; 5. Tasha Dyer, Arrowsic; 6. James Johnson II, Bucksport; 7. Abel Leamer, Winterport; 8. John Fortin, Vassalboro; 9. Chris Burbelo, Frankfort; 10. Rick Ripley, Waldoboro; 11. Henry Boudreau, Winterport; 12. Pete McCollett, Readfield.
Wicked Good (“Late Models”): 1. Bob Hills; 2. Keith Fuller; 3. Dick McPhail; 4. Rosie Gerry; 5. Keith Smalley; 6. Butch Hall; 7. Wally Henderson; 8. Shawn Racila.
Wicked Good (“Outlaw”): 1. Kenny Robinson; 2. Al Paradise; 3. Tim Reynolds; 4. Duane Dunifer; 5. Bob Dionne; Joe Legere; 8. Alan Robinson.
Ladies: 1. Shelby Kimball, Cornville; 2. Alica Goodwin, Clinton; 3. Kayla Chesley, Skowhegan; 4. Kayla Allen, Bucksport.
Teens: 1. Brad Bosworth, Cornville; 2. Gage Landry, Sidney; 3. Jayson Bosworth, Cornville; 4. Matt Kimball, Cornville; 5. Eddie Gilblair, Skowhegan.
Trucks: 1. Don Giggey, Athens; 2. Ryan Hayes, Jefferson; 3. Jamie Foster, Benton; 4. Kevin Oliver, Gray; Lance Chapman, Benton.
Mini Cup: 1. Jeff Littlefield, Winslow; 2. Ralph Melanson, Dover-Foxcroft; 3. Alex Fernald, Benton; 4. Ed Trask, Augusta.
Enduro winner: Lucas Porter, Norridewock.