Travis Beale of Hampden followed Darren Durrell of Newburgh for 19 and ¾ laps of the 20 lap Little Enduro feature Wednesday night at Speedway 95, but took the lead coming out of turn four on the last lap to post his 4th feature win of the season. Durrell finished in second, but won the season championship in the division after 8 years of trying. Durrell admitted to slowing down just a bit on the last lap to be sure he finished the race to clinch the points title. Ted Ryder of Carmel placed a close third after starting 16th in the 20 car field. Garrett Hayman of Milford drove another steady race, finishing fourth, with Jeremy Scott of Carmel finishing in fifth. Ryder and Durrell were the night’s heat race winners.

Ed Cobb Jr. of LaGrange won his 10th feature of the season in the Big Enduros and also took the points title for the season. Shawn MacNevin of Hudson finished the feature in second, followed by Alvin MacNevin of Clifton in third. Shawn Racila of Dover-Foxcroft finished in fourth, followed by Andrew Allen of Hermon in fifth. Cobb also won the qualifier for the night.

Chelsea Young of Winterport led all the way from the green to the checkers n the Ladies division, picking up her seventh feature win of the season and the season’s points championship as well. Becky Elston of Carmel passed Danielle Beal of Hampden with two to go to take the runner up trophy, while Beale finished third. Fourth went to Kayla Allen of Bucksport and Nicole Smith of Bangor recovered from an early race spin to finish fifth. Young also took the earlier qualifier to add to her points total.

In the pick up trucks, Peter Drake of Corinth passed Jeff Overlock Jr. of Hermon on the white flag lap to post his third win of the season. Overlock finished in second followed by pole sitter Roger Smith JR. of Clifton in third, Jim Carr Jr. of Clifton finished fourth, and picked up the season’s points title while David Gray of Dixmont finished in fifth. Jim Carr won the night’s qualifier in the truck division.

Emma Libby of Glenburn continued her winning ways here late in the season as she drove to victory in the Stars of Tomorrow. William McCullough of Kenduskeag led early, but had to settle for second once Libby got by. Cornville’s Mall Kimball took third and by doing so clinched the season points title for the division. Fourth went to Wes Turner of Montvill with Darit Him of Lamoine in fifth. Libby also won the qualifier.