For the second week in a row, John Kalel II of Orrington spent the majority of the Dysart’s Late Model feature locked in a side by side battle for the lead. Last week he ended up finishing fifth, but this week he fought off a persistent Ryan Deane of Winterport to post his second win of the season. Deane led the majority of the laps in the caution free 40 lap feature, although never by more than a foot or two, until Kalel, who was running the inside groove, managed to put his car ahead of Deane’s at the stripe and take the win. Deane finished second with last week’s winner Andy Saunders of Ellsworth finishing third. Fourth went to Corinna’s Paul White with Ryan Modery of Hermon in fifth.

The Keystone Automotive Strictly Streets ran a 35 lap extended length feature in the Pepsi Beverage Company series race #2. Carl McAlpine of Detroit was awarded the win following the disqualification of Bob Seger Jr. of Frankfort during post-race inspection. Seger refused to remove the intake manifold from his engine for inspection by track officials. Matt Kimball of Cornville was moved up to the second spot with his sister, Shelby Kimball, also of Cornville finishing third. Fourth went to Alex Berry of Harrington with Corinth’s Jim Bragdon in fifth.

In the Bangor Ford Sportsman division, Hermon’s Kris Watson came away with the win, but Kris Matchett of Skowhegan was right on his bumper when the checkered flag waved, finishing second. Third went to Glenburn’s D.C. Alexander with Ellsworth driver Bradley Norris in fourth. Troy Patterson of Stockton Springs finished fifth.

Sport-Four action saw 2012 division champion Ted Ryder of Carmel pick up the win. Jayson Bosworth of Cornville was second with Brad Bosworth finishing third after coming from the rear of the lineup at the start. Hermon’s Kevin Hartley took fourth, followed by Gary Richards of Exeter in fifth.

Scott Bonney of Bangor picked up his first win in the Bombers after being chased to the checkers by Carmel’s Denis Burns, who finished second. Third went to Richard Jackson of Corinth. Mark Lane of Newport finished fourth with Bucksport’s Russell Blenkhorn finishing fifth.