Jim Carr Jr. of Clifton continued his domination of the pick up truck division at Speedway 95 on Wednesday night as he wired the 25 lap series feature. Carr started on the pole for the event by virtue of winning the qualifying race, and quickly moved to the front. Peter Drake of Corinth, back from a two week absence while a new motor was installed in his truck hung close to Carr throughout the race, but couldn’t muster enough speed to make a pass. Drake finished in second, followed by Dana Harlow of Bucksport who outdueled David Gray of Orrington over the final 10 laps for the third position. Gray finished in fourth after surviving an earlier attack from Anthony Moore, who was disqualified from the event for his actions in front of the grandstand. Mike Lynch of Winterport finished fifth in his first appearance of the season.

Ted Ryder of Carmel fought off a late race charge by Zach Audet of Skowhegan to win the 20 lap Little Enduro feature that was stopped only once for a car stalled on the front stretch. Audet worked his way up from an 11th place starting position to challenge Ryder for the lead, but ran out of laps before he could finish the job. Darrin Durrell of Newburgh came from 12th to finish third, with Andrew Crosby of Hermon and Chris Carroll of Greenbush finishing fourth and fifth respectively. Travis Beale of Hampden, Garrett Hayman of Milford, Chad Badger of Milo, Mark Sawyer of Orrington and Damon Dodge of Troy rounded out the top ten.

The Big Enduro feature was again won by Ed Cobb of LaGrange, Cobb passed pole sitter Shaun MacNevin of Hudson on the second lap and continued to lead to the checkers. MacNevin finished in second with Erlon Noyes of Garland coming home third after a spirited battle with fourth place finisher Shawn Racilla of Dover-Foxcroft that saw the two collide on the front stretch with four laps to go. Roger Gardner of Brewer finished in fifth.

Chelsea Young of Winterport won her fourth straight feature in the Ladies Division, but Becky Elston of Carmel was a close second after challenging Young for most of the race. Danielle Beale of Hampden brought her Chevy Cavalier home third, for her best finish of the season. Amy Houde of Howland was fourth with Kayla Allen of Penobscot finishing fifth.

Matt Kimballof Cornville took the lead in the Stars of Tomorrow feature on lap 4 when early leader Emma Libby of Glenburn’s car shut down while she had a 10 car lead over Kimball. Kimball led from that point to the finish, followed by Ricky Pease Jr. of Detroit who stayed close to Kimball all the way to place second. Wes Turner of Montville finished third, followed by Darit Him of Lamoine in fourth. Emma Libby was credited with a fifth place finish.