Lee, NH – Lee USA Speedway played host to the final racing program of the
2010 season, completing the remainder of the feature races lost to the rain
on Oktoberfest weekend.

After a wild and woolly show the week before, very few cautions slowed the
final four races of the season, despite plenty of side-by-side and
three-wide racing during the afternoon.

The start of the program was delayed for several minutes while the Lee Fire
Department tended to a blaze in the Outlaw Mini Stock pit area, but the
racing action was mostly clean and green after that.

The Hobby Stock/Strictly Stock “A” main was first up, with a strong field of
contenders battling for the win throughout the race.  Lee USA regular
“Rocket” Ronnie Washburn defended the home turf in that one, holding off
Mike Williams and Alby Ovitt to pick up the win.

Bobby Prior outran local favorite and former Roadrunner champion Ben Brown
to score the win in the Outlaw Mini Stocks, with Ed Connolly topping the
Ironman/6-cylinders, and Chad Binette took the Sport Truck victory.

Oktoberfest Part 2 closed out the 2010 racing season, but Lee USA will once
again swing the gates open for the annual Flea Market and Swap Meet on
Saturday and Sunday, November 13-14.  Start time is 7:00 a.m. both days.

The following week will see the track honor the top drivers and teams of
2010 at the annual Banquet of Champions, to be held on Saturday night,
November 20 at the Executive Court Inn banquet facility in Manchester.