Zach Audet of Skowhegan led only two laps of the 25 lap Little Enduro feature at Speedway 95’s Wacky Wednesday night racing, but they were the last two, as he passed race long leader Ken Getchell of Newburgh on the 23rd lap to seal the win. Getchell fell to third in the final two laps as Hampden’s Travis Beal also slid by to place second. While the top three were battling up front, a few car lengths behind, pole sitter Garret Hayman of Milford held off a determined Andrew Crosby of Hermon for the fourth spot, with Crosby settling for fifth after a race long battle with Hayman for fourth. 22 cars started the 25 lap race, the first in a series of 3 extra lap races to be held throughout out the Wednesday night season. The race was stopped only once, on the first lap, for an accident that eliminated Bangor’s Gene Trojano II and Michael Blais of Hampden.

Ed Cobb Jr. of Lagrange made it two for two in the Big Enduros, but had to battle back from third after being passed by Roger Smith Jr. of Clifton and Shawn Racilla of Dover-Foxcroft, who each led early in the event but finished second and third behind Cobb. Roger Gardner of Brewer finished in fourth with Erlon Noyes of Garland coming home fifth.

It was another repeat winner in the trucks as Jim Carr Jr. of Clifton led from the outside pole starting position to the checkered flag, holding off an early challenge from Anthony Moore of Brewer who faded to a distant second by the end of the race. Jeff Overlock Jr. of Hermon came in third, followed by Bobby Vachon of Orrington and Dana Harlow of Bucksport.

The Ladies division also saw a repeat winner when Chelsea Young of Winterport held off Amanda Batchelder of Faiefield to post her second win of the young season. The race was stopped twice during the 20 lap distance as both Nicole Smith of Clifton and Maria Miranda of Bangor. Amy Houde of Howland finished third after dogging second place finisher Amanda Batchelder for most of the 20 lap race. Nicole Smith recovered from her trip into the backstretch wall to finish fourth with pole sitter Kayla Allen of Frankfort in fifth.

With only 2 cars surviving the qualifying race to appear in the Stars of Tomorrow feature, Matt Kimball of Cornville led the entire 10 lap distance to post the win over Emma Libby of Hudson.

Speedway 95 returns to Saturday night action on September 11 when NAPA Auto Parts presents the Dysart’s Late Models in a 50 lap series event. Sportsman, Strictly Street, Sport-Four and Bomber cars will also be in action in the program that starts at 7:00.