Jim Carr Jr. of Clifton made it two for two in the Sinclair Towing Service pick up trucks Wednesday night at Speedway 95 when he wired the 25 lap feature, beating Doug Sinclair of Hermon to the stripe by five truck lengths. Sinclair finished second with Jason Haskell of Levant finishing third. Mike Gilbert of Canaan recovered from an early race spin to finish fourth with Jeff Overlock Jr. of Hermon finishing in fifth.
In the Ladies series event, Nicole Smith of Clifton held Howland’s Amie Houde at bay for the entire 20 lap distance after grabbing the lead from Houde on the first lap. Houde tried the inside and the outside to get by Smith, but Smith countered every move with a counter-move, at one time even making contact with Houde’s car as she pulled along side. Houde finished a close second with former division champion Rhonda Wilbur of Hermon in third. Fourth place went to Erin Evans of Milo.
In the Little Enduros Garett Hayman of Milford won a closely contested feature, beating Henry Boudreau of Winterport to the line by a car length. Boudreau had worked his way up from a fifth place start to challenge Hayman in the closing laps. Boudreau finished second with Hampden’s Scott Bonney in third. Sam Betts of Brewer came in fourth with Dixmont’s Rick Gomm finishing fifth.
In the Stars of Tomorrow, Trey Brown of Winterport picked up his first win of the season in his first official appearance at the speedway. Alex Runci of Belfast finishes second with Kyle Moore of Frankfort in third, Caleb Kalel of Stillwater was fourth, followed by Marcus Dunn of Newburgh finishing fifth in his debut in the division.