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Record-Setting Short Track Super Series Modified Participation Entering Thunder Mountain ‘Lightning on the Mountain’ Sept. 23

CENTER LISLE, NY – The Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco has just three events left on its 2018 Halmar International North Region agenda.

And participation has never been higher!

As STSS Halmar International North Region Race No. 7 approaches on Sunday, September 23 at Thunder Mountain Speedway in Center Lisle, N.Y., an impressive 17 STSS Modified drivers have participated in every event. This is the strongest attendance record since the series was initiated in 2014.

Sidney, N.Y.’s Billy Decker currently leads the STSS Halmar North Region points in pursuit of a $12,500 championship. Decker tops a list of ‘perfect attendance’ North Region drivers that includes Anthony Perrego, Matt Sheppard, Jerry Higbie, Mat Williamson, Mike Gular, Mike Mahaney, Ryan Godown, Duane Howard, Jeremy Smith, Rick Laubach, Nick Nye, Danny Creeden, Andy Bachetti, Brett Tonkin, J.R. Hurlburt and Craig Hanson.

The final standings begin to take shape starting with the ‘Lightning on the Mountain’ at Thunder Mountain on September 23, followed by the American Racer Cup Short Track SuperNationals 11 October 5-6 back at Thunder Mountain and the Behrent’s Performance Warehouse Rich Eurich Tribute ‘Hard Clay Finale’ on October 18 at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, N.Y.

The ‘regular season’ will wrap up following the Short Track SuperNationals. At that point, drivers will have the opportunity to drop their worst finish. Those with perfect attendance will receive 75 bonus points. The finale at OCFS will offer increased championship points based on a 150-point structure.

Rescheduled from Memorial Day weekend by rain to Sunday, September 23, the ‘Lightning on the Mountain’ will feature the STSS Modifieds in a 50-lap event offering $5,000 to win, $1,000 for 10th and $400 to take the green flag from a purse totaling more than $25,000.

This will serve as an ideal shakedown for the Short Track SuperNationals two weeks later at the three-eighths-mile oval.

Also on the program: STSS Crate 602 Sportsman in the fourth of five North Region events, a 25-lap main paying $1,000 to the winner. Street Stocks complete the tripleheader with a 20-lap feature offering $1,000.

For the ‘Lightning on the Mountain’ event, pit gates open at 2 p.m. Grandstand gates unlock at 3 p.m. Hot laps get underway at 5 p.m. Racing begins at 6 p.m.

Adult admission is $22. Seniors (ages 65 and over), Students (ages 10-17) and Military with ID pay $20. Kids 9 and under are FREE. Pit admission is $40 with no license required.

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The Short Track Super Series is presented by American Racer/Lias Tire, Sunoco Race Fuel, Insinger Performance, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Halmar International, Allstar Performance, ATL Racing Fuel Cells, Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, Beyea Custom Headers, Bicknell Racing Products, Dirt Track Digest, Fast Axle, Fox Racing Shocks, Henry’s Exhaust, Hig Fab, HyperCo, Kirkey Racing Fabrication, Land Hoe Maintenance, K&N, Precision Hydraulic & Oil, QA1, Race Pro Weekly, Racing Optics, Superior Remodeling, Teo-Pro Car, Vahlco, Velocita, Weld & Wilwood.


Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco 2018 Schedule

Halmar International North Region

Tuesday, May 8 – Orange County Fair Speedway/Middletown, N.Y. – Hard Clay Open – WINNER: STEWART FRIESEN

Wednesday, June 20  Outlaw Speedway/Dundee, N.Y. – Outlaw Showdown – WINNER: STEWART FRIESEN

Tuesday, July 3 – Accord Speedway/Accord, N.Y. – Battle of the Bullring 6 – WINNER: JERRY HIGBIE

Monday, July 16  Big Diamond Speedway/Minersville, Pa. – Anthracite Assault – CANCELED DUE TO RAIN

Thursday, July 26 – Afton Motorsports Park/Afton, N.Y. – Afton Action 50 – WINNER: JEREMY SMITH

Thursday, August 9 – Woodhull Raceway/Woodhull, N.Y. – Hustlin’ the High Banks 54 – WINNER: BILLY VAN PELT

Wednesday, August 15 – Albany-Saratoga Speedway/Malta, N.Y. – Stampede at ‘toga – WINNER: MARC JOHNSON

Sunday, September 23 – Thunder Mountain Speedway/Center Lisle, N.Y. – Lightning on the Mountain

Friday-Saturday, October 5-6 – Thunder Mountain Speedway/Center Lisle, N.Y. – American Racer Cup Short Track SuperNationals 11

Thursday, October 18 – Orange County Fair Speedway/Middletown, N.Y. – Hard Clay Finale

Todd Owens Scores Second Sunoco Modified 20/20 Sprint Victory In Tiebreaker

Once a year Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park honors the fans with a special afternoon of racing purely dedicated to the local divisions with drivers looking to squeeze every point they can out of their day prior to the season-ending World Series weekend in October. That tradition continued on Sunday, Sept. 9 with the Sunoco Modified 20/20 Sprint and For the Fans Night featuring all four of Thompson’s track divisions with the Sunoco Modified drivers taking part in the annual 20/20 sprint featuring two points paying races and a third segment to decide and overall winner.

The Sunoco Modified 20/20 Sprint was, in fact, the biggest show of the afternoon as the stars of the division took to the track for three races including a final ten-lap sprint to determine the overall winner of the event. While the first two 20-lap features awarded championship points all three also awarded separate points based on finishing position with the driver accruing the least amount of those points wining the overall 20/20 Sprint title.

The first segment put drivers in an inverted order based on championship points with the lowest driver in points starting on the pole and the driver on top of the standings starting in last. Points leader Keith Rocco quickly moved his way into the top five in the opening laps of the first segment while Marcello Rufrano, Kyle James and Joey Gada held down the top three for the first half of the segment with Woody Pitkat and Rocco in tow. Pitkat would work his way up to second by lap 16 but couldn’t find enough to get past Marcello Rufrano who took the first segment easily. The win was Rufrano’s first career victory in the Sunoco Modified which had the young driver speechless in victory lane.

“I’ve been dreaming about this since I was six years old,” Rufrano said. “Now I’m part of the record books. You can’t explain the feeling I have right now. I’ve got to sleep tonight and take this all in. We’ve been working so hard this year trying to get to where we are right now.”

The second segment inverted the finishing order of lead lap cars from segment one and quickly saw one of the best in the business take the lead early as Todd Owen quickly worked his way to the front where he remained for the first half of the race with Kyle James on his tail in second and Keith Rocco settled in third. James closed Owen’s lead to around a car length with five laps. James made one final push in the final corner of the final lap using a lapped car as a pick but Owen managed to score the victory by a nose. After the two points paying races Keith Rocco takes a comfortable lead into the World Series weekend in October. The reigning champ is looking to win his third division title in a row.

When the accrued points for the 20/20 shootout were tallied the final 10-lap segment saw Kyle James as the man to beat for the overall crown with five points while Marcello Rufrano entered the final segment with seven points and Keith Rocco and Todd Owen had an accumulated eight points. The driver with the lowest points total accrued after the final segment was to be crowned the 20/20 Sprint champion. Todd Owens and Keith Rocco started the race up front based on their speeds from segment one while Kyle James settled in fourth for the opening laps. Those positions put Owen and James in a tie for least points accrued and they stayed that way through the final lap. Since the two drivers were tied at the end of the race Todd Owen was awarded the overall victory for the second year in a row for finishing higher that Kyle James in segment three.

“Two years in a row we won this and I’m just happy for all my guys. They are my family. They are my crew. They gave up their whole weekends to be with me and that’s something special. It’s hard to find guys as committed as the ones I have with me here,” Owen said in victory lane.

The Late Models started off the afternoon’s lineup of main events as one of the closest points races of 2018 with only eight positions separating Nicholas Johnson and Tom Carey III for the championship. It was a tale of two races for the points leaders as Johnson was involved in two separate incidents only four laps into the race, including a crash on a restart that also collected Woody Pitkat who was third in points coming into the race. Carey on the other hand spent much of the race in the top five and managed to wrestle his way to second place seven laps into the event before another caution slowed action on the track. Yet another caution flag waved soon after when contact between William Wall and Walt Sutcliffe in a battle for the top three created a multi-car incident resulting in a red flag and Sutcliffe approaching Wall’s stationary car to confront Wall face to face. The wreck was also the third incident involving Nicholas Johnson who spun to successfully avoid damage from the incident.

After two more cautions race control changed the restarts to single file allowing Tom Carrey III to take the lead while Nickolas Johnson worked his way through the field into the top five with eight laps to go. Carey went on to dominate the second half of the race scoring his first Late Model win at Thompson. Nicholas Johnson completed his comeback performance with a fifth-place finish making him perfect in top five finishes for 2018 in the division going into the final event. Carey celebrated the win in style with his family in victory lane and called it a long time coming.

“It’s been a long three years. I feel like we should have won here a couple of times, but we just never seem to be able to punch the ticket – I knew we had a good piece today and I said if that door isn’t going to open I’m going to kick it in,” Carey said in victory lane. With the title now within his grasp and only mere positions separating him and Johnson Carey said his team never races for points and they don’t plan to change that approach when they return for the World Series next month. “I’m going to go out there and do what I normally do,” said Carey. “It seems to be when people start points racing you start making silly mistakes. If Nick wins the championship than he deserves it and if I win the championship than I deserve it.”

The mini stocks took to the track for a 15-lap feature which saw plenty of action up front as the early laps saw two father and son duos, Eric and Evan Bourgeois and Dave and DJ Trudeau, battle it out for the top spot. However another familiar name eventually worked his way into the mix as Wayne Burroughs took the lead eight laps into the event. A late race caution saw Chris Taylor’s car ride the front stretch wall and nearly flip over eventually landing on all four tires bringing out a quick red flag. Another quick caution later and Wayne Burroughs once again held the lead battling points leader Eric Bourgeois to the wire. Burroughs held on to score his fourth win of the 2018 season in the Mini Stocks. Despite having more wins that Bourgeois, Burroughs is out of the running for the title after missing a make up race over the summer leaving Bourgeois comfortably ahead of Jared Roy and Dave Trudeau in his quest for a title at the season finale.

Finally, in the Limited Sportsman it was business as usual for Shawn Monahan who all but wrapped up his second consecutive championship in the division with his fourth win of the season after earning the title winless in 2017.

Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park will close out the 2018 season next month with the 56th Annual Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing. Considered the crown jewel of the speedway the World Series will see numerous champions crowned including the new titleholders of Thompson’s four track divisions and the crowning of the 2018 NASCAR Whelen Modified Series Tour champion as Justin Bonsignore looks to cap off an incredible season with a title and possible season sweep at the Big T. The three-day weekend begins on Friday Oct. 12 and runs through Oct. 14.

SUNOCO MODIFIED 20/20 SPRINT FINAL FINISH TOP 10: 1. Todd Owen (Somers, CT) 9 pts; 2. Kyle James (Ashaway, RI) 9 pts; 3. Keith Rocco (Berlin, CT) 10 pts; 4. Marcello Rufrano (Northhaven, CT) 15 pts; 5. Kyler Cafro (Chaplin, CT) 17 pts; 6. Troy Talman (Oxford, MA) 17 pts; 7. Joey Gada (Uncasville, CT) 18 pts; 8. Adam Gada (Bozrah, CT) 23 pts; 9. Woody Pitkat (Sturbridge, MA) 24 pts; 10. John Studley (Framingham, MA) 27

SUNOCO MODIFIED 20/20 SEGMENT ONE TOP 10: 1. Marcello Rufrano (Northvane, CT); 2. Woody Pitkat (Sturbridge, MA); 3. Kyle James (Ashaway, RI); 4. Joey Gada (Uncasville, CT); 5. Keith Rocco (Berlin, CT); 6. Troy Talman (Oxford, MA); 7. Todd Owen (Somers, CT); 8. John Studley (Framingham, MA); 9. Adam Gada (Bozrah, CT); 10. Kyler Cagro (Chaplin, CT)

SUNOCO MODIFIED 20/20 SEGMENT TWO TOP 10: 1. Todd Owen (Somers, CT); 2. Kyle James (Ashaway, RI); 3. Keith Rocco (Berlin, CT); 4. Kyler Cagro (Chaplin, CT); 5. Marcello Rufrano (Northvane, CT); 6. Troy Talman (Oxford, MA); 7. Joey Gada (Uncasville, CT); 8. Adam Gada (Bozrah, CT); 9. John Studley (Framingham, MA); 10. Robert Palmer Lisbon, CT)

SUNOCO MODIFIED 20/20 SPRINT (SEGMENT 3) TOP 10: 1. Todd Owen; 2. Keith Rocco; 3. Kyler Cafro; 4. Kyle James; 5. Troy Talman; 6. Adam Gada; 7. Joe Gada; 8. Woody Pitkat; 9. Marcello Rufrano; 10. John Studley

LATE MODEL FEATURE TOP 10: 1. Tom Carey III (New Salem, MA); 2. Mark Jenison (Warwick, RI); 3. William Wall (Shrewsbury, MA); 4. Nick Johnson (Rehoboth, MA); 5. Ryan Morgan (Gales Ferry, CT); 6. Michael Lindquist (Sandy Hook, CT); 7. Jared Materas (Westfield, MA); 8. Joey Parker (Weymouth, MA); 9. Ernie LaRose (Moosup, CT)

LIMITED SPORTSMAN FEATURE TOP 10: 1. Shawn Monahan (Waterford, CT); 2. Larry Barnett (Moosup, CT); 3. Chris Meyer (North Franklin, CT); 4. Brent Gleason (Griswold, CT); 5. Meghan Fuller (Auburn, MA); 6. Jeff VanPelt (Pawtucket, RI); 7. Kyle Gero (Baltic, CT); 8. Scott Sundeen (Sutton, MA); 9. Hank Stott (Medway, MA); 10. Brendan Houghton (Thompson, CT)

MINI STOCKS FEATURE TOP 10: 1. Wayne Burroughs, Jr (Oakdale, CT); 2. Eric Bourgeois (East Haddam, CT); 3. Steve Michalski (Brooklyn, CT); 4. Dave “DJ” Trudeau, Jr. (Mansfield, CT); 5. Evan Bourgeois (East Haddam, CT); 6. Dave Trudeau (Mansfield, CT); 7. Jared Roy (Sterling, CT); 8. Tommy Silva (Gales Ferry, CT); 9. Mike Anzalone (Plainfield, CT); 10. Keith Ballou (Pascoag, R


Riverhead, NY Aug. 4th.

Timmy Solomito August 4th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Myracenews

Timmy Solomito of Islip made a surprise visit to his old stomping grounds Saturday night at Riverhead Raceway and promptly went out and mastered a late race restart to win the night’s 50-lap NASCAR Modified feature event for his 20th career victory tying him with Howie Brode and Ronnie Herra for 18th on the all time win list. Making the win sweeter for the driver known as “The Natural” was his brother Shawn, a former two time champion at Riverhead called the shots as his crew chief.

Qualifying saw John Beatty Jr. of Merrick set fast time touring the track at 11.837 earning the pole for the 50-lap tilt while Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead was second quick at 11.859.  When the race went green Beatty seeking his first win of the campaign bolted out to the early lead with Rogers in tow. The duo ran nose to tail over the first 11 laps of the race before a yellow waved for an incident involving Brad Van Houten which set-up a double file restart. When the race resumed Rogers rolled the top groove of the track to edge his way by Beatty for the race lead while the early leader now tucked into second. Beatty would keep pace with Rogers right up until he had a left front tire go down on lap 38 forcing John to begrudgingly pull his car to the infield done for the race. That turn of events moved Timmy Solomito to second after starting the race from the fourth spot. Right behind the leaders were Jon McKennedy, championship leader Kyle Soper and John Fortin Sr. who was seeking his third win in a row. The battle between Soper and Fortin intensified to the point where contact was made as the duo raced off turn four dashing not only their hopes for a good finish in the race but also their 2018 championship aspirations.

As the race hit it’s final five laps it appeared as though Rogers had things in control and would be headed for his 50th career win in a NASCAR Modified. Low and behold a late race yellow would wave on lap 46 setting up a four lap dash for the cash and double file restart pitting Rogers against Solomito. As the field hit the throttle off turn four Rogers car broke ever so slightly loose off the corner allowing Solomito to ride the outside lane to the race lead. Once gaining the lead on the start of the 47th lap Solomito steering the Anti 3 Protect Services hit his marks on the final three laps to drive off to a very much needed and popular win.

“This sure is a great felling to come back to my home track with our family car and my brother Shawn calling the shots, to win makes even sweeter” Timmy offered after exiting the winning car. “Gotta thank Tommy for racing me hard but clean on that last restart, looked like his car was a tick loose and he also might have been big picture racing too”. Timmy, who won his first Riverhead NASCAR Modified race back in June of 2009 concluded, “just can’t thank my parents enough for all they do, my brothers and uncles too and of course Starrett Tools who always back us” the winner concluded.

Tom Rogers Jr. with his runner-up finish in the Stakey’s Pumpkin Farm Chevy moved into the championship lead as he seeks his fifth career title reflected after the race, “guess Jim Malone Sr. was smiling down tonight and we’ll have to wait to get that 50th win to tie him. Great run by Timmy on the final restart, we still had a great night and were able to take advantage of Kyle’s early misfortune” Jon McKennedy of Chelmsford, Ma was third over the line in the Accell Construction, Inc. Chevy. Young guns Chris Young of Calverton and John Fortin Jr. of Holtsville completed the top five with solid performances.

Michael Rutkoski of Mattituck rebounded from a tough week to

Crate Modified winner Michael Rutkoski August 4th 2018 Michael Jaworecki

score his 4th Eagle Auto Mall Crate Modified 25-lap feature event. AJ DeSantis paced the race for the first lap before he was overtaken by rookie driver Chris Rogers who raced out front on lap 2 after a double file restart. Rogers would then lead the next four laps of the contest before Justin Brown made an outside pass on the front stretch to take over the lead. Rogers ran second until the 8th lap when he was passed by the high flying Michael Rutkoski who was on the march to the front after starting seventh. A 10th lap caution flag would pit Brown and Rutkoski, two good friends off the track against each other. When the green waved Rutkoski was able to make his way by Brown for the race lead, a lead the driver of the Buzz Chew Auto Group Chevy would not relinquish as he drove to victory lane. Brown of Manorville was runner-up in the Full Throttle Magazine Chevy while veteran Dennis Krupski of Calverton completed the podium in third with his O2 entry.

Figure 8 winner Tom Rogers Jr. August 4th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Myracenews

Tom Rogers Jr. continued his dominance of the Figure Eight class winning his sixth race in seven starts for the class. Tom Ferrara steering a car borrowed from Charles Macwhinnie led the first two laps of the tilt before a quick caution waved. On the ensuing restart Ferrara remained the leader with Tom Rogers Jr. who started 7th on the grid made his way to second. Rogers made his way to the lead on lap 4 with Gary Fritz Jr. coming to second as Ferrara’s borrowed ride faltered and soon fell from the race. Once in the lead Rogers would stay there in the Keith Repp owned Chevy Coupe driving off to his 41st career victory. “Have to dedicate my 41st win to George Brown, today’s his birthday and he gave me my start in stock cars after noticing me in go-karts” Tom disclosed. Brown of course made the #41 famous during his colorful career. Gary Fritz Jr. of mastic Beach was second in his sponsor wanted ’57 Chevy while Ken Hyde Jr. of Mastic Beach claimed third in the KPC Contracting machine.

In the 20-lap Blunderbust feature Cody Triola of Bay Shore

Blunderbust winner Jim Laird Jr. August 4th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Myracenews

seemingly won his first career feature event having taken the lead on lap15 from tested tough veteran Tim Mulqueen of Levittiown. However Cody’s car failed post race inspection for unapproved carburetor spacers handing the win over to Jim Laird Jr. of Riverhead for his second win of 2018. Laird raced his way to second with just two laps to go in the race and that pass would turn out to be the winning move of the race for the driver of the Poolsmith Inc. Caprice. Jack Handley Jr. of Medford was second in the Relle Electric Chevy while defending champion Tom Pickerell of Huntington was third in the Makely Enterprises Chevy.

Super Pro Truck winner Mike Albasini August 4th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Myracenews

After transmission woes caused Mike Albasini of Bayside to miss his first Super Pro truck feature in 18 years the week prior the driver known as “The King of Queens” rebounded nice Saturday night winning their 20-lap main event for his 13th career victory. Albasini in his Hollis Court Collision Chevy took full advantage of his pole starting position as he broke to the race lead at the drop of the green flag. Second year driver Eddie Schutze chased Mike for the first 6 laps before he was overtaken by former multi champion Lou Maestri on lap 7. Lou still in search of his 30th career win would hold down second until a 10th lap restart saw Jimmy Rennick Jr. make his way by to the inside. However it didn’t matter who ran second to Mike Albasini in this race he he sped off to his first win of the season. Rennick of Howard Beach was runner-up in his Metropolitan Recycling Chevy while championship leader Mark Stewart of Riverhead was third in the M. Spero Motorsports racer.

Jim Kelly of East Moriches took home his second LIVARS vintage race car win of 2018. Kelly in his East End RV entry raced out front at the throw of the green chased over the first six laps by Mark Miller. Don Howe made his way to Miller’s back bumper and by lap 7 with an outside pass came to second setting his sights on leader Kelly. Try as he might there would be no catching Kelly who backed up his opening race win with another victory. Don Howe of Water Mill was second in the Corwith’s Auto Body Cavalier with Miller of Hauppauge third.

Gut & Go winner Chris Conklin August 4th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Myracenews

Undeterred by a 34th place starting position in the 40-lap Gut & Go Enduro veteran Christian Conklin of Riverehad would prevail turning in an entertaining performance as he weaved his way to the front. CJ Zurkowski led the early going of the race with Dege Russell running second. However as the race moved along Conklin would make his way to the lead in his Let It Shine Detailing Hyundai and w\once he got there he never looked back for his third win of the year. Dege Russell of Rocky Point was runner-up in the Kelly Russell realty entry while Joey Palmeri of Lindenhurst drove from a 25th starting spot to finish third in the J&J Towing machine.

Paul Fox of Riverhead topped the School Bus Demolition Derby and

School Bus Demolition Derby winner- Paul Fox August 4th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Myracenews

remains undefeated in the buses in 2018. Fox had already won the two Figure Eight races in the class. As always upon exiting his Rapid Recovery Towing bus Fox dedicated his most recent win to his late uncle Don “Don Don” Fox.

                                   Race Results August 4th 2018

NASCAR Modifieds: 1. Timmy Solomito 2. Tom Rogers Jr. 3. Jon McKennedy 4. Chris Young 5. John Fortin Jr. 6. David Schneider 7. Roger Turbush 8. Dave Brigati 9. CJ Lehmann 10. Eddie Brunnhoelzl III 11. John Fortin Sr. 12. Lou Strohl 13. Sal Accardi Jr. 14. Kyle Soper 15. John Beatty Jr. 16. Cory Midgett 17. Brad Van Houten 18. Tim Lento

Crate Modifieds: 1. Michael Rutkoski 2. Justin Brown 3. Dennis Krupski 4. George Tomko Jr. 5. Scott Pedersen 6. Chris Rogers 7. Owen Grennan 8. Peter Bertuccio 9. Artie Pedersen III 10. Jason Hansen 11. AJ DeSantis DNS- Kurt Kreiger

Figure Eights: 1. Tom Rogers Jr. 2. Gary Fritz Jr. 3. Ken Hyde Jr. 4. Eric Zeh 5. Scott Pedersen 6. Bob Dalke 7. Rick Swanson 8. Brandon Esposito 9. Vinny Delaney 10. Tom Ferrara

Blunderbusts: 1. Jim Laird Jr. 2. Jack Handley Jr. 3. Tom Pickerell 4. Alyssa Paprocky 5. Rob McCormick 6. Tommy Walkowiak 7. Rob McCormick 8. Bill Wegmann Sr. 9. Brandon Hubbard 10. Jarrett Campbell 11. Tim Mulqueen 12., Max Handley 13. Cody Triola

Super Pro Trucks: 1. Mike Albasini 2. Jimmy Rennick Jr. 3. Mark Stewart 4. Lou Maestri 5. Eddie Schutze 6. Frank Dumicich Jr. 7. Frank Dumicich Sr. 8. Darren McCabe 9. Dave Brigati 10. Tom Sullivan

Vintage Cars (top three) 1. Jim Kelly 2. Don Howe 3. Mark Miller

Gut & Go Enduro: 1. Christian Conklin 2. Dege Russell 3. Joey Palmeri 4. Justin Squires 5. Kevin Coyle 6. Tom Pickerell 7. Dan Dimougno 8. Mike Farrell 9. Brad Bess 10. John Palmeri 11. Matt Schaeffer 12. James O’Connell 13. Scott Phillips 14. Bryan Moore 15. Marty O’Connell 16. Dan Augustine 17. Michael Asdahl 18. Robert Savoy 19. Kim Daniel 20. CJ Zurkowski 21. Kevin Augustine 22. Chrisina Kyro 23. Charles Astacio 24. Vanessa Martino 25. Shawn Adler 26. Kris Dane 27. Sevnd Jensen 28. Fred Grover 29. Steve Raynor 30. Dimi Pickerell 31. Tony Collingsworth
32. Kalin Botts 33. Joe Warren 34. Woot Lawrence 35. Doug Tittle 36. Tyler Bilere 37. Jim Deleonardis 38. Meg Kennedy 39. Steve Elliston

School Bus Demolition Derby winner- Paul Fox