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DAVE ANTOS & JOE WARREN JR. SHARE SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT AT RIVERHEAD RACEWAY

Riverhead,NT Oct. 4th
By Bob Finan

A perfect fall afternoon greeted the Fall Foliage Enduro program Sunday at Riverhead Raceway and when all the racing was completed Dave Antos of Lindenhurst had earned his third Street Stock win of 2020 while defending Mini Stock champion Joe “Bam Bam” Warren of Ridge scored his first win of the season after having won seven times in ’19.

Just hours after being inducted onto the Cromarty Wall of Champions Saturday evening for his track leading 64 Late Model wins Roger Oxee won his Street Stock heat and earned the pole for the 30-lap main event. Oxee and James Pape Jr. brought the field down to the green flag with Oxee moving out front while Pape fell to third as David White slipped under the outside pole sitter at the start. A fast moving Brian Brown made his way from the 5th starting spot to pass White for second on lap 2 with an inside pass off turn four. Once to second Brown glued himself to Oxee’s rear spoiler in an effort to pass the 2005 LM champion. Suddenly on lap 11 Oxee slowed dramatically off the fourth turn with Brown having nowhere to go but into Roger spinning him to the infield. Officials put Brown to the rear of the field during the caution but it was later revealed Oxee broke a motor when he got back to the gas.

The restart lined up Dave Antos who had been running third and White who faded to fourth alongside at the front of the field and when the green light winked on Antos in his EP Milling & Sweeping Monte Carlo broke to the race lead and proceeded to open a comfortable lead that he’d enjoy until the checker. White seemingly was headed to c career best second place tally but the rear end on the Shirley drivers Chevy gave up on the final lap moving Rhett Fogg of Westhampton into the runner-up slot in his Accu-Rhett Chevy. Brian McCormack of Holbrook was third in the Robo Car Wash entry.

Mini Stock winner Joe Warren Sunday October 4th 2020 Photo: Jimmy Kelly

Defending Mini Stock champion Joe Warren Jr. of Ridge took full advantage of a rare pole starting berth breaking out to the Mini Stock lead at the throw of the green. Joe Cooke Jr. chased him for the first lap before Andrew Farnham moved into second on lap 2. Farnham would chase Warren nearly the remainder of the race until a lap 23 caution waved for a stalled CJ Zukowski in turn four. With the field lined-up for one final double file restart Joe Warren Jr. held serve in the Warren Motorsports Cavalier and led the final 7-laps of the contest for his 8th career victory. Former champion Paul Wojcik of Centereach was able to race into second on the lap 23 restart and would finish there in the Energy Kinetics machine while Justin Squires of Flanders completed the podium in third in his CRC Video Surveillance racer.

Truck Enduro winner Woot Lawrence Sunday October 4th 2020 Photo: Jimmy Kelly

After working through the night until 2:00 am to fix his sister Mariah’s damaged truck veteran racer Woot Lawrence of Southampton lead all 40-laps of the Truck Enduro to score his first win of 2020. Lawrence drew the pole upon entering the track and that’s all the driver of the Gregor Well Drilling Chevy needed as he broke to an early lead, a lead he’d build upon lap after lap. The only glitch came in the final laps when Lawrence’s truck started to lose power in the corners. Luckily he had built enough of a lead that he could nurse to the checkers. Justin McGrady of Stony Brook was second in his HP Landscaping machine while Mariah Lawrence of Southampton with a huge assist from her race winning brother was third.

8 Cylinder Enduro winner Ricky Carmen October 4th 2020 Photo: Jimmy Kelly

Second generation driver Ricky Carman of Ridge recovered from a Labor Day weekend crash that destroyed his primary car to win the 40-lap 8-Cylinder Enduro Sunday. After he and his Dad, former Charger standout Richie Carman built a new car for the remainder of 2020 Ricky wasted no time breaking out to the race lead at the throw of the green. Despite massive amounts of lapped traffic the young driver of the United Exhaust Shops Chevy was able to negotiate it like a seasoned pro and drive to his first career win. Carmine Ragusa of Coram had a stellar showing with a career best runner-up in the Travers Chevy while former champion Brian “Hot Rod” Halsey of Southampton was third in the PC Truck Repair mount.

4 Cylinder Enduro winner John Palmeri October 4th 2020 Photo: Jimmy Kelly

For the third time this season John Palmeri of Lindenhurst won the 50-lap 4/6-Cylinder Gut & Go Enduro but this win was not an easy one as he had to survive a late race challenge from veteran Peter Verwys Jr. of East Rockaway. After starting 24th on the field Palmeri in the JP Automotive Acura bobbed and weaved his way to the race lead and started to open a comfortable gap. However Bob Haeger who started 17th and Verwys who began the race from 23rd quickly caught race leader Palmeri. Over the closing laps Verwys glued himself to Palmeri’s rear bumper as the leader was steadfast on protecting the inside lane. At the finish Palmeri held on for the win over Verwys in his self funded car with Bob Haeger of Hampton Bays third in the 27 Dollar Band entry.

Race Results 10/4/2020

Street Stocks: 1. Dave Antos 2. Rhett Fogg 3. Brian McCormack 4. Jay Henschel 5. Gerard Lawrence 6. Justin Ferreri 7. James Pape Jr. 8. Brian Brown 9. David White 10. Danny Pizzo 11. James Dipietro 12. Chris Mancz 13. Roger Oxee 14. Chris Lescenski


Mini Stocks: 1. Joe Warren Jr. 2. Paul Wojcik 3. Justin Squires 4. Andrew Farnham 5. James O’Connell 6. CJ Zukowski 7. Joe Cooke Jr. 8. Chris Elixson 9. Brandon Esposito 10. Scott Phillips 11. Martin O’Connell 12. Jesse St. Clair 13. Tony Collingsworth 14. Mike Mujsce Sr.


Truck Enduro: 1. Woot Lawrence 2. Justin McGrady 3. Mariah Lawrence 4. Dusty Cole 5. Brian Dean 6. Kerry Botts 7. Danielle Cohen 8. John Schultze 9. Jackie Germuth 10. Jarrett Campbell 11. Emily Hubbard 12. Gary Voight 13. Doug Tittle 14. Joey Villatoro 15. Amber Weiss 16. Gene Burbol 17. Joe Brodman 18. Bryan Moore

8-Cylinder Enduro: 1. Ricky Carman 2. Carmine Ragusa 3. Brian Halsey 4. Greg Harris 5. Joe Boccia 6. Eric Germuth 7. Stacy Halsey 8. Pat Collins 9. Jared Halsey 10. Michael Asdahl 11. Roger Tramm 12. Dennis Jones 13. Vinny Poharski 14. James Muench 15. Christian Kalbfleish 16. Steve Jones 17. Kal Buckley 18. Will Ebert 19. Andy Denninger 20. David Verbeeck 21. Jennifer Hohwiesner 22. Kevin Coyle 23. Sean Fitzpatrick 24. Al DeCesare


4/6-Cylinder Enduro: 1. John Palmeri 2. Peter Verwys Jr. 3. Bob Haeger 4. Mike Mujsce Jr. 5. David Cohen 6. Franky Abbatiello 7. Jack Tessa 8. Michael Brinat 9. Patrick Collins 10. Steve Collins 11. Michael Montano 12. Chris Constantine 13. Michael Bianco 14. Rich Baulch 15. Cutter Gera 16. Sara Collingsworth 17. Ed Primavera 18. Cole Trickle 19. James Grandl 20. Chris Olivari 21. Zach Tyler 22. Anthony Paretta 23. Michael Campbell 24. Mark Raynor 25. Chris Olsen 26. Ray Stulz 27. Paul Bateman 28. Chloe Phillips 29. Jason Savoy 30. Frank Raynor 31. Joshua Flynn 32. David Olivari 33. Joey Palmeri Jr. 34. Jeffrey Michaels 35. Kim Hyde 36. Dege Russell

29,000 REASONS TO ATTEND STSS NOVEMBER LOUISIANA SWING

MILLSBORO, DE – Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco Modified teams have 29,000 reasons to travel to Louisiana in November.


For the first time ever, the STSS presents a ‘Cajun Swing’ with events earmarked for Gene Boyter’s Ark-La-Tex Speedway in Vivian, La., and Jerry Hobson’s Chatham (La.) Speedway. The winner’s share for three events totals $29,000!


STSS director Brett Deyo partners with the Louisiana-based Southern Super Modified series for this historic swing.


BD Motorsports Media LLC has leased Ark-La-Tex Speedway for back-to-back events on Wednesday, Nov. 11 and Thursday, Nov. 12. The Wednesday 40-lap event offers $4,000 to win minimum and $400 to take the green flag. Thursday’s 50-lap race pays $5,000 to win and $400 to start.


After the two events at Ark-La-Tex, races will travel approximately 125 miles east to Chatham Speedway. Chatham will host the ‘Mods in the Marsh 100’ paying $20,000 – yes $20,000 – to win for a 100-lap main event.  Friday (Nov. 13) will be Qualifying Night with Saturday (Nov. 14) reserved for the century grind main event.  Saturday’s ‘Mods in the Marsh 100’ pays $500 to take the green flag.


The ‘Mods in the Marsh 100’ marks the second 2020 major event for the Northeast Modifieds at Chatham. Through the efforts of Brandon Hightower, the Southern Super Modified Series sanctioned a pair of high-paying events on Louisiana soil in May won by New Yorkers Larry Wight and Matt Sheppard.

Fans will be permitted at all ‘Cajun Swing’ events. Dirt Track Digest TV (www.dirttrackdigest.tv) will broadcast LIVE throughout the entire swing.


Weight rules for the ‘Cajun Swing’ are as follows:

*Big- and small-block engines: 2,400 lbs.
*DIRTcar/PA/NJ-legal small-block engines: 2,350 lbs.
*CT-525 & W-16: 2,300 lbs.


Tire rules are as follows (American Racer Modified tires only):

*Front Tires: Any American Racer tire
*Left-Rear: American Racer 44 compound ONLY
*Right-Rear: American Racer 48 or 53 compounds ONLY


Complete race information (times & prices) will be posted in the coming weeks.


Ark-La-Tex Speedway is located at 13035 Boyter Lane Road Vivian, LA 71082 and can be found on the web at www.arklatexspeedway.net or on Facebook at Ark-La-Tex Speedway.


Chatham Speedway is located at 14325 Highway 4 Chatham, LA 71226. The website is www.chathamspeedway.com and Facebook is Chatham Speedway.


To learn more about the Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco, visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, check out ‘Short Track Super Series’ on Facebook or @ShortTrackSS on Twitter or Instagram.


The Short Track Super Series is presented by American Racer/Lias Tire, Sunoco Race Fuel, Insinger Performance, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Halmar International, Velocita-USA, Design for Vision/Sunglass Central, Rob Sherlock Roofing, ATL Racing Fuel Cells, Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, Beyea Custom Headers, Bicknell Racing Products, Dirt Track Digest, EIBACH Springs, Escape RV, Fast Axle, Fox Racing Shocks, Henry’s Exhaust, Hig Fab, HyperCo, Kirkey Racing Fabrication, Land Hoe Maintenance, K&N, MJK Home Maintenance, Precision Hydraulic & Oil, QA1, Racing Optics, Superior Remodeling, Teo-Pro Car, VAHLCO, Velocita, WELD Racing & Wilwood.

Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco ‘Cajun Swing’ Schedule


Wednesday, November 11
 – Ark-La-Tex Speedway/Vivian, La. – 40 laps, $4,000 to win, $400 to start


Thursday, November 12
 – Ark-La-Tex Speedway/Vivian, La. – 50 laps, $5,000 to win, $400 to start


Friday, November 13
 – Chatham Speedway/Chatham, La. – ‘Mods in the Marsh 100’ Qualifying Night


Saturday, November 14
 – Chatham Speedway/Chatham, La. – ‘Mods in the Marsh 100’ 100 laps, $20,000 to win, $500 to start

Corliss Continues Historic Run with Third Triumph in Vermont Milk Bowl

Alan Ward photo

Barre, VT — Barre’s Jason Corliss ended the 2020 Thunder Road racing season on the highest of highs by winning the 58th Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank on Sunday, October 4. Corliss won the first 50-lap segment and never looked back en route to his third victory in the last four years at Thunder Road’s flagship event for the Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Models.

In the process, Corliss accomplished multiple deeds rarely seen in the Milk Bowl’s long history. The hometown racer became only the fourth driver to win the Milk Bowl three times in a four-year span after previously triumphing in 2017 and 2018. Corliss also is the first driver since 2004 to be the “King of the Road” and the Milk Bowl champion in the same year.

The veteran wasted little time getting to the front. After taking the Segment 1 green flag in fourth, Corliss sliced past his competition, going around the outside of 2019 Milk Bowl winner Bobby Therrien on lap 13. Corliss and Therrien drove away from the field before the second caution for Brendan Moodie’s spin on lap 33.

The biggest challenge for Corliss in the segment came after Therrien and Donahue tangled racing for second with four laps to go, earning both a spot at the rear of the pack. Shelburne’s Trampas Demers got the jump on the initial restart, but Corliss powered back past him with two laps to get the segment win.

Corliss then survived a major scare early in Segment 2. Entered turn two on the 10th circuit, Alby Ovitt and Andy Hill got together mid-pack, sending Hill hard into the outside wall. With nowhere to go, several other top-10 finishers piled in and sustained major damage, including Matthew Smith, Marcel J. Gravel, Joel Hodgdon, and Matt White. Partway through the yellow, Corliss was forced to pit as well due to rear end damage, putting him at the back for the restart.

However, he showed just why he’s the track champion, flying back through the field. Corliss was up to eighth in the segment when he dodged another bullet, with Scott Dragon flying into the turn-one tire barrier right in front of him on lap 31. After another incident on lap 36, Corliss continued his march, taking fourth from Cody Blake on the final lap — which turned into a third-place after apparent Segment 2 winner Bobby Therrien was disqualified for being too low.

Corliss thus entered the final segment with four total points, six ahead of a tie for second between Demers and polesitter Ryan Kuhn. He steadily picked his way through the field and was already in front of both challengers by halfway. Then on lap 26, something broke on Kuhn’s left front exiting turn four, sending the East Bridgewater, MA racer hard in the turn-one wall and putting him on his roof. Kuhn was not injured in the incident.

With one of his closest challengers now eliminated, Corliss could now focus on making history. He continued his march forward and ultimately finished the third segment in fourth. His final score of eight points was nine more than the runner-up and marked the third straight year that eight points won the overall.

Barre’s Blake appeared to have won a tiebreaker with Demers for second overall. However, Blake was subsequently disqualified for a suspension infraction. Demers thus second with segment finishes of second, eighth, and seventh. Dragon inherited the third position overall for a remarkable comeback after his segment 2 mishap.

Donahue finished fourth overall and inherited the segment 2 win. Tyler Cahoon, Christopher Pelkey, and Ovitt came fifth through seventh. Despite his frightening crash, Kuhn took eighth in the overall. Gravel bounced back to win the final segment flag-to-flag and finish ninth. Joel Hodgdon rounded out the top-10.

Colchester’s Sam Caron ended the season with his second win of the year in the Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers Mini Milk Bowl. Caron won the first 40-lap segment on Saturday, putting him shotgun on the 26-car starting field for Sunday’s segment 2.

After dodging a lap-16 incident that collected Stephen Martin and Kasey Beattie, Caron followed Barre’s Cameron Ouellette and Waterbury Center’s Jason Woodard through the field. By the checkered flag, Caron has motored his way to sixth in the segment, giving him the overall win with seven total points.

Ouellette finished second overall with a pair of fourth-place segment finishes. Reigning Flying Tiger champion Woodard came in fifth both days to take third overall. Michael Martin, Colin Cornell, Bryan Wall Jr., Derrick Calkins, Rich Lowrey, Cooper Bouchard, and Kelsea Woodard completed the top-10. Hardwick’s Jaden Perry won the second segment.

Former Allen Lumber Street Stock champion Jeffrey Martin of Barre ended a tough year on a high note by capturing the two-segment Mini Milk Bowl. Martin had finished second in Saturday’s 25-lap first segment sandwiched between youngsters Kaiden Fisher and Tanner Woodard.

The trio was running together in fifth through seventh with five laps to go in Sunday’s Segment 2 when Fisher tried a three-wide move in turn four. The bold attempt resulted in contact with Woodard and sent Fisher spinning for the second time in the race.

Martin then made his move, getting the second spot on the track with two to go. Coming to the white flag, Michael Gay and Scott Weston got together racing for third, and the chain reaction ended with Josh Lovely on his door in turn two. The red flag came out, and by rule, the second-segment finish reverted to how the field was running at the completion of lap 24. Martin’s two runner-up finishes on the weekend gave him the win with four total points.

Northfield’s James Dopp took full advantage of the late havoc, winning the second segment and beating Woodard in a tiebreaker for second. Fisher, Kyler Davis, Justin Blakely, Weston, Tommy Campbell, Gay, and Lovely completed the overall top-10.

St. Johnsbury’s Colby Bourgeois was utterly perfect on his way to the 7-Eleven Dwarf Car Mini Milk Bowl win. Bourgeois sat on the pole by random draw and went flag-to-flag to win the first 20-lap segment.

The second segment was more of the same. Bourgeois cut through the field like a hot knife through butter. He was already up to fourth when the segment’s only caution came out on lap four when Tim Sherman Jr. went for a spin. Just a few circuits later, Bourgeois grabbed the lead and never looked back. It was his sixth total win of the year after five victories at New Hampshire’s White Mountain Motorsports Park.

Littleton, NH’s Chad Dufour finished second in both segments to take second overall. Jeff Ainsworth won a tiebreaker with Dave Gyger for third. Howie Switser rounded out the top-5.

The Thunder Road racing season is now complete. The first annual Thunder Road swapped meet is scheduled for Saturday, October 24 at the track. More information will be released shortly on whether a Banquet of Champions will be held based on state health and safety requirements.

The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Models and Flying Tigers each have one final event of the year at Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway on Saturday, October 17. The ACT Late Model Tour crowns its 2020 champion in a 150-lap event while the Flying Tigers go 75 laps in the second annual Oxford Open. They join the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models, PASS Modifieds, and Honey Badger Bar & Grill Street Stock Series with a 1:00pm post time.

For more information, contact the Thunder Road offices at (802) 244-6963, media@thunderroadvt.com, or visit www.thunderroadvt.com or www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ThunderRoadVT.

For more about the Northeast Sports Network, visit www.NSNsports.net or follow them on Facebook and Twitter at @NSNsports.

THUNDER ROAD SPEEDBOWL

58TH VERMONT MILK BOWL PRESENTED BY NORTHFIELD SAVINGS BANK

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2020

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

MAPLEWOOD/IRVING OIL LATE MODELS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Segment 1, Segment 2, Segment 3, Total

1. ( 4 ) Jason Corliss ( 66VT ) , Barre, VT , 1 , 3 , 4 , 8

2. ( 6 ) Trampas Demers ( 85VT ) , Shelburne, VT , 2 , 8 , 7 , 17

3. ( 17 ) Scott Dragon ( 16VT ) , Milton, VT , 7 , 15 , 2 , 24

4. ( 2 ) Stephen Donahue ( 2VT ) , Graniteville, VT , 17 , 1 , 8 , 26

5. ( 10 ) Tyler Cahoon ( 38VT ) , St. Johnsbury, VT , 5 , 9 , 14 , 28

6. ( 13 ) Christopher Pelkey ( 64VT ) , Graniteville, VT , 12 , 11 , 6 , 29

7. ( 22 ) Alby Ovitt ( 35NH ) , Candia, NH , 15 , 5 , 9 , 29

8. ( 1 ) Ryan Kuhn ( 72MA ) , E. Bridgewater, MA , 3 , 7 , 20 , 30

9. ( 7 ) Marcel J. Gravel ( 86VT ) , Wolcott, VT , 9 , 23 , 1 , 33

10. ( 21 ) Joel Hodgdon ( 36VT ) , Craftsbury, VT , 8 , 19 , 10 , 37

11. ( 9 ) Brendan Moodie ( 94VT ) , Wolcott, VT , 24 , 2 , 11 , 37

12. ( 19 ) Boomer Morris ( 13VT ) , Barre, VT , 22 , 13 , 5 , 40

13. ( 12 ) Kyle Pembroke ( 27VT ) , Montpelier, VT , 16 , 12 , 12 , 40

14. ( 25 ) Craig Bushey ( 15NH ) , Fairfax, VT , 11 , 14 , 17 , 42

15. ( 8 ) Matt White ( 42VT ) , Northfield, VT , 6 , 22 , 15 , 43

16. ( 23 ) Brandon Lanphear ( 11VT ) , Morrisville, VT , 18 , 10 , 16 , 44

17. ( 5 ) Dillon Moltz ( 5ME ) , New Sharon, ME , 23 , 6 , 19 , 48

18. ( 11 ) #Matthew Smith ( 04VT ) , Essex Jct., VT , 4 , 18 , 27 , 49

19. ( 15 ) Brooks Clark ( 68VT ) , Waitsfield, VT , 14 , 16 , 21 , 51

20. ( 20 ) Eric Chase ( 40VT ) , Milton, VT , 13 , 17 , 27 , 57

21. ( 3 ) Bobby Therrien ( 5VT ) , Hinesburg, VT , 20 , 27 , 13 , 60

22. ( 24 ) Shawn Fleury ( 5NY ) , Middlesex, VT , 19 , 21 , 27 , 67

23. ( 26 ) #Anthony Hill ( 8VT ) , Waterford, VT , 21 , 20 , 27 , 68

24. ( 27 ) Mike Benevides ( 50RI ) , Westerly, RI , 27 , 27 , 18 , 72

25. ( 14 ) Derrick O’Donnell ( 60NH ) , N. Haverhill, NH , 25 , 27 , 27 , 79

26. ( 18 ) Ben Rowe ( 4ME ) , Turner, ME , 26 , 27 , 27 , 80

DSQ       Cody Blake ( 99VT ) , Barre, VT                

LENNY’S SHOE & APPAREL FLYING TIGERS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Segment 1, Segment 2, Total

1. Sam Caron ( 07VT ) Colchester, VT , 1 , 6 , 7

2. Cameron Ouellette ( 90VT ) Barre, VT , 4 , 4 , 8

3. Jason Woodard ( 68VT ) Waterbury Ctr., VT , 5 , 5 , 10

4. Michael Martin ( 01VT ) Craftsbury Common, VT , 7 , 7 , 14

5. Colin Cornell ( 54VT ) E. Burke, VT , 12 , 3 , 15

6. #Bryan Wall Jr. ( 77NH ) East Kingston, NH , 9 , 8 , 17

7. Derrick Calkins ( 15VT ) Hinesburg, VT , 2 , 16 , 18

8. Rich Lowrey ( 8NH ) Charlotte, VT , 3 , 17 , 20

9. Cooper Bouchard ( 7VT ) Hinesburg, VT , 8 , 14 , 22

10. Kelsea Woodard ( 55VT ) Waterbury Ctr., VT , 21 , 2 , 23

11. Mike Billado ( 8VT ) Grand Isle, VT , 14 , 10 , 24

12. Jason Pelkey ( 64VT ) Barre, VT , 6 , 21 , 27

13. Jaden Perry ( 62NH ) Hardwick, VT , 27 , 1 , 28

14. Robert Gordon ( 20VT ) Milton, VT , 15 , 13 , 28

15. Matthew Potter ( 23VT ) Marshfield, VT , 10 , 18 , 28

16. Adam Maynard ( 45VT ) Milton, VT , 16 , 15 , 31

17. Brandon Gray ( 00VT ) E. Thetford, VT , 23 , 11 , 34

18. Tyler Austin ( 5VT ) East Calais, VT , 26 , 9 , 35

19. Micheal MacAskill ( 33VT ) Williamstown, VT , 24 , 12 , 36

20. Eric Messier ( 88NY ) Hinesburg, VT , 13 , 23 , 36

21. Eric Johnson ( 20ME ) Randolph Ctr., VT , 19 , 19 , 38

22. #Keegan Lamson ( 55NH ) Berlin, VT , 17 , 22 , 39

23. #Phil Potvin ( 08VT ) Underhill, VT , 11 , 28 , 39

24. Stephen Martin ( 9VT ) Craftsbury Common, VT , 20 , 20 , 40

25. #Kasey Beattie ( 45NH ) St.Johnsbury, VT , 18 , 26 , 44

26. Kris Grout ( 51NH ) Waterbury, VT , 22 , 24 , 46

27. Jared Blake ( 9NY ) Franklin, VT , 25 , 25 , 50

ALLEN LUMBER STREET STOCKS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Segment 1, Segment 2, Total

1. Jeffrey Martin ( 8 ) Barre, VT , 2 , 2 , 4

2. James Dopp ( 0 ) Northfield, VT , 7 , 1 , 8

3. Tanner Woodard ( 68 ) Waterbury Ctr., VT , 3 , 5 , 8

4. #Kaiden Fisher ( 18 ) Shelburne, VT , 1 , 9 , 10

5. #Kyler Davis ( 69 ) Berlin, VT , 6 , 6 , 12

6. Justin Blakey ( 17 ) Graniteville, VT , 4 , 8 , 12

7. Scott Weston ( 04 ) Berlin, VT , 11 , 4 , 15

8. Tommy Campbell ( 85 ) Middlesex, VT , 9 , 7 , 16

9. Michael Gay ( 3 ) So. Burlington, VT , 14 , 3 , 17

10. Josh Lovely ( 54 ) Williamstown, VT , 5 , 13 , 18

11. Jared Rouleau ( 60 ) Warren, VT , 12 , 11 , 23

12. Kyle MacAskill ( 7 ) Williamstown, VT , 8 , 17 , 25

13. Tyler Whittemore ( 74 ) Barre, VT , 10 , 16 , 26

14. Eric MacLaughlin ( 6 ) Milton, VT , 17 , 10 , 27

15. Thomas Peck ( 96 ) Waterbury, VT , 16 , 12 , 28

16. Zach Audet ( 9 ) Morrisville, VT , 15 , 15 , 30

17. Haidyn Pearce ( 40 ) Berlin, VT , 18 , 14 , 32

18. Thomas Smith ( 66 ) Williamstown, VT , 13 , 20 , 33

19. Joshua Poirier ( 15 ) Fairfield, VT , 19 , 20 , 39

7-ELEVEN DWARF CARS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Segment 1, Segment 2, Total

1. Colby Bourgeois ( 82 ) St. Johnsbury, VT , 1 , 1 , 2

2. Chad Dufour ( 52 ) Littleton, NH , 2 , 2 , 4

3. Jeff Ainsworth ( 41 ) Bethlehem, NH , 3 , 4 , 7

4. Dave Gyger ( 93 ) Campton, NH , 4 , 3 , 7

5. Howie Switser ( 3 ) West Burke, VT , 6 , 5 , 11

6. Curtis Sherman ( 68 ) Berlin, VT , 5 , 8 , 13

7. Timothy Sherman, Sr. ( 6 ) Berlin, VT , 7 , 6 , 13

8. Jack Hayes ( 9 ) Littleton, NH , 9 , 7 , 16

9. Jason Wyman ( 88 ) Easton, NH , 8 , 9 , 17