Bob Seger Jr. of Frankfort won the Big Enduro feature Wednesday night and made it three for three in the Big Enduro Series at Speedway 95 this summer as he won all three qualifiers and features in the series, ending with a perfect 300 points. Alvin MacNevin of Clifton gave chase to Seger in the series finale but was only able to get as close as Seger would let him get in the closing laps. MacNevin finished second with his brother, Shawn MacNevin of Hudson finishing third after a race long battle with Shawn Racilla of Dover-Foxcroft for the position. Racilla finished fourth with Melanie Mitchell of Milo finishing fifth.
In the Little Enduros, Darren Durrell of Newburgh took the lead from Andrew Crosby of Hermon on a lap 11 restart and held on for the win after working his way up from the rear of the field at the start. Crosby hung on to second with Milford’s Garett Hayman right on his bumper to finish third. Kyle Gallant of Veazie fell to fourth in the late stages of the event, and Charles McKusic of Abbott finished fifth.
Emma Libby of Glenburn notched another Ladies Division win after taking the lead from second place finisher Rhonda Wilbur of Hermon on the third lap. Amy Houde of W. Enfield finished third when Nicole Smith of Bangor ducked to the pits in the late going, but returned to finish fourth.
Jim Carr Jr. showed it paid to be patient in the truck division feature as he held tight in his fifth starting position while Jason Haskell of Levant and Mike Lynch of Winterport raced side by side for the lead during first half of the race. Lynch finally slowed on the outside, allowing Roger Smith of Bangor to move up to challenge Haskell and Bucksport’s Dana Harlow race for the top spot. Carr watched that from the third spot, then moved up to take the lead from Smith on lap 15. Smith finished in second, followed by Harlow, Haskell and Lynch, in that order.
Ricky Pease of Detroit won his first Stars of Tomorrow feature of the season as he held off a hard charging Austin Clemons of Norridgewock for the win. Pease started from the pole and Clemons started last, working his way to second, but unable to unseat Pease for the win. Clemons finished second followed by Robert Dyer of Canaan in third. Ten year old Dylan Street of Old Town finished fourth and Alex Runci of Bath was fifth.