Hermon’s Andrew Crosby led the entire distance of the 20 lap Little Enduro feature event at Speedway 95 Wednesday night, but only by inches most of the way. David Ogden of Old Town was either right on Crosby’s bumper or right beside him all the way from the green to the checker, but was unable to make the pass that would put him in first place. Ogden finished a close second, followed by last year’s champion Paul Higgins of Newburgh. Chris Carroll of Green bush finished fourth, with Hampden’s Travis Beale in fifth. Twenty-one cars attempted to start the event, but a red flag fell before all the cars crossed the start-finish line. David Ogden got spun on the start, and did a 360 in front of the pack, but recovered to put on a great show dueling for the lead. Only A.J. Jordan of Hermon could not continue following the first lap melee.

The Big Enduros also put on a show with Josh Curtis of Bangor rolling his car over in front of the grandstand on lap 10 of the 25 lap event. Once the car was righted, he started it up, drove it to the pits, then returned to the race after changing a flat tire. Ed Cobb of LaGrange picked up his first career feature win, easily pacing the field for the remainder of the race. Roger Smith Jr. of Clifton finished second after racing most of the race without his power steering working. Third went to pole sitter Shawn McNevin of Hudson with Carl Tucker of Presque Isle finishing fourth in his first ever appearance at the speedway. Adam Gardner of Bangor was fifth.

Chelsea Young of Winterport picked up her first win of the season in the ladies division and first ever at Speedway 95 after holding off 2009 champion Rhonda Wilbur for the win. Wilbur finished second with Shelby Kimball of Cornville finishing third in her first appearance at the speedway for the season. Kimball made a last lap effort to pass Wilbur on the inside for second, but Wilbur had enough left to hold her off as they passed under the checkered flag. Fourth went to Becky Elston of Carmel with pole sitter Danielle Deluck coming home in fifth.

Peter Drake easily outdistanced the field to pick up his third win of the season in the pick up division, not even looking back to see how far in front of the field he was. He missed a good race for second and third between Mike Lynch of Winterport and Anthony Moore of Brewer who finished second and third respectively. Lynch “Big Dog” Lynch dogged Moore for the entire event, and passed him on the last lap when Moore rode high in turn four coming for the checkers. Lynch took second by inches over a disappointed Moore, who finished third. Fourth went to Dana Harlow of Bucksport with Jay Munson of Orrington finishing fifth.