(Wiscasset, ME) The new Knox Brothers Carquest and Ray Haskell Ford Enduro divisions held the spotlight this past Sunday at The Wiscasset Raceway. The all classes Enduro feature was won by #32 Kevin Morse of Woolwich who passed #14 Justin White of Wiscasset with just a handful of laps to go in the 30 lap feature. There was also the first sighting of the much anticipated racing mini-vans! It was discovered that they can apparently spin out 360 degrees and recover just fine. The real excitement came when #83, Mike St. Germain of Auburn was bumped by one of the mini vans right in front of the grandstands. The #83 Enduro hit the wall, was lifted in the air and landed on it’s roof! Mike St. Germain immediately scrambled out of the car and bowed to the crowd. Then he gestured to the track crew who helped him flip the car back over and continued the race in his smoking #83! Mike certainly embodies the spirit of the Enduro racer. What a great race. Join us next Sunday for more Enduro action!
Mike St. Germain also picked up the win in his #83 Strictly for the New England Transmission Strictly Street division. Mike certainly lived up to his reputation this weekend as the hardest working man in Maine racing!
Dave “Boss Hog” St. Clair is having a great start to his 2010 racing season. He picked up his second win in a row in the Steel’s Real Rods & Custom Late Model feature. His #14 car passed Wiscasset’s Nick Hinckley late in the race to take the checkered flag. There’s a lot of racing to go, but Boss Hog seems to have built up some momentum in the Late Model Sportsmen so far this season.
Next Sunday at 2pm, the Enduros return, regular racing and the Maine Mods are back at The Center of Speed. BE THERE!