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DAVE BRIGATI TIMES FIRST NASCAR MODIFIED WIN OF 2019 PERFECTLY CAPTURING BALDWIN, EVANS & JARZOMBEK 77 SATURDAY AT RIVERHEAD RACEWAY

Riverhead, NY July 27th
By Bob Finan

The old saying goes “timing is everything’ and indeed those words would ring true for NASCAR Modified veteran Dave Brigati of Calverton who won his first race of 2019 Saturday when he captured the annual Baldwin, Evans & Jarzombek 77 at Riverhead Raceway. The win was the 11th of Brigati’s career and in another twist of irony ties him with the late “Tiger” Tom Baldwin on the all time win list. Just an hour or so before his NASCAR Modified triumph Dave also won the 25-lap Crate Modified race.

Timmy Solomito steering the Tommy Baldwin Racing 7NY took the pole with a lap of 11.615 earning the $100 fats time award from Brigandi Brothers Automotive of Nesconset, Jason Agugliaro of Islip was second quick at 11.632. With the top six from time inverted Dylan Slepian and championship leader Kyle Soper brought the field to green with Slepian gaining the early advantage over Soper. Lap 6 found Timmy Solomito roar from his sixth starting spot to pass Soper for second with his car working well on the outside. However as the race ran a long green flag period Timmy’s car began to free up allowing Dave Brigati who started fourth to make his way by the WMT regular for second on lap 24 while Slepian continued to show the way. 

A caution flag on lap 25 would change the complexion of the race up front as on the double file restart Dave Brigati raced his way by Slepian for the race lead bringing John Beatty Jr. to second with him. However just two laps later on the 27th circuit Solomito was able to find a second life in his car passing Beatty for second. While all this was transpiring Kyle Soper was laying in the weeds running either third, fourth of fifth in the middle position of the race. Lap 51 saw Soper make his way by Solomtio for second and once he completed that pass he closed right in on leader Brigati. 

Over the final third of the race Soper drew close to Brigati and in fact at times rode the leader’s back bumper. On a few other occasions Soper looked to make a run to the inside of Brigati exiting the corners but each time the cagey veteran was equal to the task fending off the defending NASCAR Modified champion and when the checkers waved Dave Brigati enjoyed his first win of 2019. “To win anything with Tommy’s, Richie’s and Charlie’s name on it is very special” Brigati noted in victory lane. “I can’t say enough about Rob Fuller of LFR and of course my guys led by Brian Schwarz on this JDL Environmental Team, heck we won two races tonight”. the happy winner concluded.

Kyle Soper of Manorville was second in the Eastport Feeds Chevy reflecting afterwards, “congrats to Dave and his guys, we had a good car and we’ll take second tonight” John Beatty Jr. of Merrick was third in his MSM Elite Motorsports Chevy while Timmy Solomito and John Fortin Sr. of Holtsville completed the top five. 

Chris Turbush of Wading River derailed the Jeremy McDermott express in the 25-lap Late Model event taking his second win of 2019 having also won on opening night back in May. In the early stages of the race “Radiant” Ray Minieri led Shawn Patrick and Chris Turbush for the first few laps before things got too close for Minieri and Patrick on lap 4 as the came together. That turn of events propelled Turbush to the race lead with teammates McDermott and Dylan Slepian now second and third. Unlike the past seven races McDermott while staying with Turbush for the remainder of the race would have nothing for Chris who steered his Chris Mohr Landscaping Chevy to his 14th career LM victory. McDermott of Riverhead and Slepian of Dix Hills were second and third in their Eastport Feeds team cars.


In a competitive 25-lap Crate Modified event former two-time champion Dave Brigati scored his division leading 11th career win, his first of 2019. Jason Hansen who impressed winning his heat race led the early going chased at first by Brigati. On lap 3 however Hansen went up the hill in turn four breaking the momentum of Brigati for a moment which allowed Terry Stiles to race his way from third to the race lead as the field started the fourth lap. Peter Bertuccio chased Stiles for three laps before he was passed by Briagti to the inside entering the first turn on lap 9. After tracking Stiles for 8 laps Brigati would make his move for the race lead again executing an inside pass as he worked to the low side of Stiles exiting the second turn on lap 18. Once out front Brigati put the Quest Machining & Fabricating Chevy on cruise control taking home the popular win. Terry Stiles of Rocky Point had a solid race finishing second in the T&S Auto Clinic Chevy while Peter Bertuccio of Bohemia placed third in the Gershow Recycling Chevy.


Reining Blunderbust champion Jack Handley Jr. of Medford made just his fifth start of 2019 in the 20-lap main event Saturday and when the checker flag flew Jack was enjoying his third win of his part time campaign.  Ageless Bill Wegmann Sr. paced the race early leading the first seven laps before he was passed by Tom Pickerell to the inside exiting the fourth turn to start the eight lap. One lap later Handley made his way by Wegmann for second  and chased Pickerell for the lead and the win for three laps. On lap 13 while racing up the backstretch Hanldey made his way under Pickerell for the lead bringing Cody Triola to second with him. Triola was having another solid race before disaster struck on lap 17 when he clipped the wall on his own exiting the fourth turn drawing a late race caution. That lined rivals Handley and Picerell alongside each other for the restart and when the green waved Handley was able to stay out front in his Licciardi Builder Caprice to nail down his 32nd career victory. Pickerell of Huntington was runner-up in the Encore Rentals Chevy with early leaser Wegmann of N. Bellmore third in the Crackerjack Auto Stores Olds.


After enjoying his fist career INEX Legend Race Car victory back on July 6th veteran Ray Fitzgerald ended the month the same way he started it with another 20-lap feature event win. George Tomko Jr. who has endured a rough 2019 season to date broke to the early lead chased at first by defending champion Jim Sylvester for the first four laps. On lap 5 Fitzgerald made his way by Sylvester for second setting sail for leader Tomko. However on lap 11 a high flying Kevin Nowak looped around Fitzgerald for second and quickly closed in on leader Tomko. Unfortunately on lap 13 racing into the third turn Nowak got into the back bumper of leader Tomko sending the young talent into a spin drawing a caution flag. During the caution period track officials invited Nowak to the rear of the field for the contact. That turn of events moved third place Ray Fitzgerald into the race lead with Allan Pedersen now second when the race resumed to start the 14th lap. Over the final 6 laps of the tilt Pedersen stayed right on the heels of Fitzgerald but in the end Ray in his Benimax Trucking entry scored the win. Pedersen of Center Moriches was second in the Rico’s Clothing machine while Eric Hersey of Commack completed the podium in third with his Luau of Long Island racer.


The 15-lap Vintage All Stars event saw a very special guest driver in a very special car team up for the win as Timmy Solomito drove the “Charging” Charlie Jarzombek #1 Chevette owned by Ricky Jarzombek to victory. Tony Ferrante Jr show the way early in the X-3 chased early on by Frank Saladino. However after starting scratch of the field Solomito was flying through the field and on lap 7 made an outside pass of Ferrante entering the first turn.Once Timmy had the AG Schmidt Paving #1 out front he would lead the remainder of the way. Ferrante of New Hyde Park was runner-up in the Nuzzi Auto Body Chevy while Jimmy Reed of central Islip was third in the JR Fuel Oil Cavalier.


Phil LaManna of Smithtown has quickly become the driver to beat in Truck Enduro racing as he not only won but dominated their 40-lap affair. LaManna raced the EP Milling & Sweeping entry out front early in the race after starting third via luck of the draw. Gary Voight and Bobby Pease Sr, tried staying close to LaManna but as the event wore on Phil simply ran away and hid. Voight of Medford was runner-up in the United Exhaust Shop racer while Pease also from Medford was third in the Fit Spot Gym Chevy.


Baldwin, Evans & Jarzombek 77: 1, Dave Brigati 2. Kyle Soper 3. John Beatty Jr. 4. Timmy Solomito 5. John Fortin Sr. 6. Dylan Slepian 7. Chris Young 8. John Baker 9. CJ Lehmann 10. Tom Rogers Jr. 11. Artie Pedersen III 12. David Schneider 13. Cory Midgett 14. Jason Agugliaro 15. Roger Turbush 16. Craig Lutz


Late Models: 1. Chris Turbush 2. Jeremy McDermott 3. Dylan Slepian 4. Shawn Patrick 5. Ray Minieri 6. Kevin Metzger 7. Darren McCabe 8. Frank Dumicich Jr. 9. Steve Mastro 10. Jerry Giordano Jr.


Crate Modifieds: 1. Dave Brigati 2. Terry Stiles 3. Peter Bertuccio 4. Dennis Krupski 5. Justin Brown 6. Charlie Mcwhinnie 7. Carey Rogers 8. Jason Hansen 9. Alex Colasanto 10. Mike Albasini 11. Sean Glennon 12. Matthew Brode 13. AJ DeSantis


Blunderbusts: 1. Jack Handley Jr. 2. Tom Pickerell 3. Bill Wegmann Sr. 4. Russ Jansen 5. Jarrett Campbell 6. Alyssa Paprocky 7. Kyle Halpin 8. Cody Triola 9. Jim Laird Jr. DNS- Cassandra Denis


Legend Race Cars: 1. Ray Fitzgerald 2. Allan Pedersen 3. Eric Hersey 4. Jim Sylvester 5. Joseph Braun 6. Colin Hoeffner 7. Jeff Otto Jr. 8. Richie Davidowitz 9. Vinny Delaney 10. Mike Van Houten Jr. 11. Jason Castaldo 12. Riely O’Keefe 13. Jeff Castaldo 14. Patrick Moore 15. Kevin Nowak 16. Jeff Farruggia Jr. 17. Joseph Costello 18. Nick Morabito 19. Colin Volpe 20. David Strohmeyer 21. Scott Cheslak 22. Rcih Braun 23. George Tomko Jr. 24. Chris Sinatro 25. Alex Halinar 26. Ed Cheslak


Vintage All Stars: 1. Timmy Solomto 2. Tony Ferrante Jr. 3. Jimmy Reed 4. Frank Saladino 5. Don Conradis 6. Ken Southard 7. Bill Meyer 8. Mike Ciroco


Truck Enduro: 1. Phil LaManna 2. Gary Voight 3. Bobby Pease Sr. 4. Justin McGrady 5. Jarrett Campbell 6. Bobby Pease Jr. 7. Mariah Lawrence 8. Dustin Cole 9. Doug Tittle 10. Joe Brodman 11. Danielle Cohen 12. John Schultze 13. Kerry Botts 14. Emily Hubbard 15. Kenny King

RIVERHEAD RACEWAY TO HOST NOSTALGIC NIGHT SATURDAY JULY 27TH WITH ANNUAL BALDWIN, EVANS & JARZOMBEK 77, CROMARTY WALL OF CHAMPIONS INDUCTIONS & VINTAGE ALL STARS

Riverhead, NY July 20th.
Saturday night July 27th will feature a throwback theme at Riverhead Raceway as the track honors three of the most legendary names in NASCAR Modified racing with the annual running of the Baldwin, Evans & Jarzombek 77, a race that collectively race teams and fans look forward to every season. In keeping with the nostalgic theme for the night the annual induction of three former driving stars Tommy Washburn, Jack Reinhard and “Downtown” George Brown will take place prior to the night’s features while the Vintage All Stars run their third race of ’19. A full card of NASCAR Whelen All American Series action will also be presented.


“Tiger” Tom Baldwin, “The Rapid Roman” Richie Evans and “Charging” Charlie Jarzombek where three of the most recognizable names in NASCAR and open competition type Modifieds but despite their on track success remained extremely popular with race fans as well fellow competitors. Charlie Jarzombek who was raised and remained in Baiting Hollow his entire life leads all Riverhead Raceway Modified competitors with 63 career win and was also a five time track champion. Whenever Richie Evans and his “Big Orange” rig rolled into either Islip Speedway, Freeport Stadium or Riverhead Raceway the competition was on notice. Richie, a nine time NASCAR National Modified champion and NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee won 20 times on the Island, 17 at Islip, 2 at Freeport and once at Riverhead. While he might not have won the races that Evans & Jarzombek did Tom Baldwin’s impact on the sport and especially on Long Island is still being felt to this day. When Jarzombek lost his life in 1987 in a racing accident it was Baldwin who stepped up to take over the role as the leader of the “Long Island Gang”. 

Last season the Baldwin, Evans & Jarzombek 77 saw former three time NASCAR Modified champion John Fortin of Holtsville overcome two flat tires during the race to score his 32nd career victory at the track. Making the win even sweeter for John was his son JB Fortin, now a rookie on the NASCAR WMT chased his to the line. Fortin after taking the July 20th event off to mentor JB at the WMT race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway will be ready to defend his 2018 race win against the likes of  Kyle Soper of Manorville, Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead, Dave Brigati of Calverton, Dylan Slepain of Dix Hills, Chris Young of Calverton, John Baker of Brookhaven, CJ Lehmann of Shirley, Roger Turbush of Riverhead, David Schneider of Huntington, Michael Rutkoski of Mattituck and Artie Pedersen III of Center Moriches


As he has in the past Tommy Baldwin Jr. will be fielding his 7NY NASCAR Modified for the 77 having finished 5th in the 2018 77 with driver Jon McKennedy of Chelmsford, Ma. This year Long Island native Timmy Solomito will be behind the wheel.

Local WMT talent Craig Lutz of Miller Place has also indicated he’ll go for the win in the Baldwin, Evans & Jarzombek 77 in his family owned NASCAR Modified.

Prior to racing the Class of 2019 will be enshrined on the Cromarty Wall of Champions. The late Tommy Washburn and late Jack Reinhard who forever will be tied on the all time Riverhead Raceway Modified win list with 31 tallies currently ranking them 8th will be inducted together. Washburn took his first checker on July 12th, 1952 with his final win coming on September 17th, 1966 and in that 14 year span had 8 season in which he won a feature. Reinhard with his famed J6 Pontiac powered machines first won on July 18th, 1953 with his final triumph on July 7th, 1973. Jack enjoyed 10 seasons where he won a feature in that 20-year span. Without question the most colorful driver being inducted Saturday will be “Downtown” George Brown who raced his way to 32 career Figure Eight wins his first on June 29th 1985 his last on July 26th, 1997. George won the 1991 Figure Eight title at Riverhead with his 32 wins good for 4th currently on the all time win list.


The Vintage All Stars will be in action Saturday with 82-year old Jimmy Reed of Central Islip their most recent winner leading the group into action. Rounding out the program are the Late Models, Crate Modifieds, Blunderbusts and INEX Legend Race Cars. Qualifying is set for 6:00 pm with opening ceremonies and feature racing to start at 7:00 pm. Adults are $30, kids 6-12 $10, 5 & under free.


To view our complete race schedule visit www.riverheadraceway.com and to send us an e-mail you can do that at riverheadraceway1@gmail.com. Our phone number remains 631-842-RACE. 

CARBURETOR CHANGE PROPELS TOM ROGERS JR. TO 54TH CAREER NASCAR MODIFIED WIN SATURDAY NIGHT AT RIVERHEAD RACEWAY

Riverhead, NY July 20th.By Bob Finan

Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead ended a two month absence from NASCAR Modified victory lane at Riverhead Raceway Saturday night when he won the 50-lap feature event for his 54th career win on a hot sultry night that saw temperatures hover in the low to mid 90’s all afternoon and evening. It was Tom’s second win of the 2019 season.


Early going found John Baker and Chris Young dicing for the race lead with Baker taking the advantage. After starting 6th in the field Tom Rogers Jr. quickly made his way to third and by the time the field started the 5th lap Rogers raced under Young on the front stretch for second. Once by Young Rogers then began to size up leader Baker. After six laps of running second Rogers made another inside pass this time entering the third turn to wrestle the lead away from Baker on lap 11. Once Rogers put the Denise & Ken Darch owned Chevy out front it would be just a matter of clicking off the laps for Rogers with Baker now in the challengers role while championship leader Kyle Soper made his way to third from his 7th starting position.


Over the remainder of the race there were no changes among the top three for position and at the checker Tom Rogers Jr. drove the License To Chill entry to victory lane. There Tom revealed what was the winning move for the team, “I ran home and got my carburetor off my car, we were having some jetting issues with the one we came with, thankfully I live close” quipped the happy winner. “I can’t say enough about Denis & Ken and our team, we are having both fun & success, that’s all you can ask for”. 

John Baker of Brookhaven once again found himself the runner-up at the finish, “this is our 4th second place this year, we are getting there and soon we’ll be over there” Baker said glancing over at victory lane after exiting his Staria Automotive Chevy. Kyle Soper of Manorville was third in the Eastport Feeds Chevy while John Beatty of Merrick and Dylan Slepian of Dix Hills rounded out the top five.
It’s official.

Late Model at Riverhead Raceway Jeremy McDermott July 20th 2019 (Michael Jaworecki/Myracenews)

The Late Model class in 2019 is Jeremy McDermott’s ball and stick and the Riverhead resident might not let anyone else play after he won his 7th race of the year now having won all but one race contested. With the win Jeremy ties Robin Vollmoeller (1983) and Paul McElearney (1984) for the most LM wins in a single season. Vollmoeller and McElearney turned the trick in 10 race seasons while McDermott has gotten their in 8 starts. Shawn Patrick showed the way over the first four laps with McDermott coming to second from his 4th starting position. It would be the 5th lap that McDermott would make his way out front in his Eastport Feeds Pontiac passing Patrick after the two made slight contact. Once out front in the Rob Pelis owned racer McDermott raced off to his 16th career win tying him with Vollmoeller and Jarrod Hayes for 6th on the all time LM win list. After being shuffled to the rear of the field midway through the race Chris Turbush of Wading River rallied for a runner-up finish in the Carpet Express Chevy while former two time champion Kevin Metzger of Massapequa was third in the Complete Well & Pump machine.

Figure 8 winner Vinny Delaney at Riverhead Raceway July 20th 2019 winner (Michael Jaworecki/Myracenews)


Vinny Delaney of Holtsville scored his first Figure Eight win of the year when he topped their 15-lap main event. After Bryan Quiiliam led the first two circuits of the contest former champion Scott Pedersen made his way to the lead on lap 3. Two laps later Delaney who started 4th made his way by Quilliam for second. After chasing Pedersen for the lead for two laps Delaney made his move to the race lead when he passed Scott on lap 7. Once out front Vinny’s work only just began as Tom Ferrara and Tom Rogers Jr. closed in to make it a three car fight for the win. Delaney who coming to the race had one career Figure Eight win to his credit did a masterful job working the crossing traffic at the intersection and keeping his two rivals at bay to nail down the win in the Northeastern Office Equipment Chevy. Ferrara of Patchogue was second in the Sayville South Bay Auto Repair Cadillac while Rogers manhandled his United Exhaust Shop Chevy Coupe to a third place finish. Tommy ran the last few laps with a broken rear suspension after contact.

Super Pro Truck winner Mark Stewart at Riverhead Raceway July 20th 2019 (Michael Jaworecki/Myracenews)

After going winless over the first 6 races of the Super Pro Truck season before winning on July 10th Mark Stewart of Riverhead now enjoys a two race winning streak having won his second race in 10 days taking Saturday’s 20-lapper. The triumph was the 22nd of mark’s career tying him with Danny Grennan for third on the all time win list. Eddie Schutze broke to the early race lead but his race would end suddenly on the first lap with a spin entering turn three,. Eddie was towed off with rear end damage. Frank Dumicich Jr. who was second to Schutze chose the outside lane for the restart lining-up Mark Stewart to the inside and when the green reappeared Stewart got the advantage on Dumicich to grab the race lead. Frank would run second until the 5th lap when he was passed to the inside by 31-time SPT winner Lou Maestri who made his move exiting the fourth turn. Meanwhile back up front Mark Stewart was breaking away in his East End Building Chevy and he’d enjoy a comfortable lead until the finish of the race. Maestri of Deer Park was runner-up on the Hunter Business School Chevy while Sean Glennon of Northport was third in the Modelewski Law entry.

Street Stock winner Eric Zeh at Riverhead Raceway July 20th 2019 (Michael Jaworecki/Myracenews)


Eric Zeh of Selden took down his 4th Street Stock win of 2019 when he won their 20-lap main event. Former Charger driver Jay Henschel broke to the race lead at the throw of the green with Wesley Sammon settling into second. A yellow for debris on lap 7 would change the running order in the top three as on the restart following the caution Eric Zeh slipped by his cousin Sammon for second. Three laps later Zeh who started 7th made a pass of Henschel down the back stretch to take command of the race for good in his Best Built Construction Chevy driving off to his division leading 8th career win. Wesley Sammon of Southampton drove to a runner-up finish in his Frank Curtis Motorsports Chevy passing Jay Henschel of Levittown on the final lap with Henschel settling for third in his Firstline Locksmiths Chevy.

Gut & Go winner Christian Conklin at Riverhead Raceway July 20th 2019 (Michael Jaworecki/Myracenews)


Christian Conklin of Riverhead has vowed to start last in all the 4/6-Cylinder Gut & Go Enduro races in 2019 and Saturday he wheeled his Hyundai Tiburon from a 31st starting berth to victory lane after a torrid late race duel with eventual runner-up Sean Rooney of Bellport. Rooney had broken to the race lead on lap 13 in his Oar Steak & Seafood Grille entry and was seeking his first win. However as the 40-lap tilt wore on Conklin was about to come calling and the race would be on. Running nose to tail and side by side the duo swapped paint and at one point Rooney’s rear bumper cover came off after contact but he’d save his car. The fight for the lead was as hot as the weather and when the dust settled Christian Conklin prevailed with Rooney a disappointed and frustrated runner-up. Ryan Warren of Ridge was third having the best seat in the house to watch the fight for the win.

School Bus Demo winner Michael Rommeney at Riverhead Raceway July 20th 2019 (Michael Jaworecki/Myracenews)


In a fiercely contested School Bus Demolition Derby that lasted some 40 minutes “Cheesebox” Michael Rommeney of Bohemia outlasted “The Punisher” Paul Fox of Riverhead for the win. Like two heavyweight boxers Rommeney and Fox wen toe to toe with neither wanting to go down for the count and everyone on hand marveled at how the two veteran daredevils and their buses lasted so long in the torrid heat of the night. Finally Fox’s bus just couldn’t go anymore and Michael Rommeney enjoyed another victory in this unique event. “Irish” Mike O’Keefe, “The Stalker” Scott Phillips, “Mach Chicken” Rob Savoy and Mike Fredricks were joined by Blunderbust standout Jack Handley Jr. and “The Jack Attack” put in a heck of an effort but was forced to retire when the roof of his bus among other issues collapsed, Jack was okay.


NASCAR Modifieds: 1. Tom Rogers Jr. 2. John Baker 3. Kyle Soper 4. John Beatty Jr. 5. Dylan Slepian 6. Dave Brigati 7. Chris Young 8. CJ Lehmann 9. David Schneider 10. Roger Turbush DNS- Michael Rutkoski


Late Models: 1. Jeremy McDermott 2. Chris Turbush 3. Kevin Metzger 4. Ray Minieri 5. Dylan Slepian 6. Shawn Patrick 7. Darren McCabe


Figure Eights: 1. Vinny Delaney 2. Tom Ferrara 3. Tom Rogers Jr. 4. Scott Pedersen 5. Eriz Zeh 6. CJ Lehmann 7. Gary Fritz Jr. 8. Bryan Quilliam 9. Bob Dalke 10. Brian Hansen 11. Ken Hyde Jr. 12. Paul Cummings


Super Pro Trucks: 1, Mark Stewart 2. Lou Maestri 3. Sean Glennon 4. Frank Dumicich Jr. 5. Matt Triola 6. Frank Dumicich Sr. 7. Ethan Brown 8. Joe Cerabino 9. Eddie Schutze
Street Stocks: 1. Eric Zeh 2. Wesley Sammon 3. Jay Henschel 4. Brian Brown 5. David Antos 6. Brian McCormack 7. Gerard Lawrence 8. Johnny Cricchio 9. Chris Lescenski 10. David White 11. John DiPietro 12. Rhett Fogg 13. Anthony Pizzo
4/6-Cylinder Gut & Go

Enduro (top ten) 1. Christian Conklin 2. Sean Rooney 3. Ryan Warren 4. Sean Glennon 5. Woot Lawrence 6. Kevin Coyle 7. Chris Olivari 8. Peter Verwys 9. Jesse St. Clair 10. Joey Palmeri Jr. 


Figure Eights: 1. Vinny Delaney 2. Tom Ferrara 3. Tom Rogers Jr. 4. Scott Pedersen 5. Eriz Zeh 6. CJ Lehmann 7. Gary Fritz Jr. 8. Bryan Quilliam 9. Bob Dalke 10. Brian Hansen 11. Ken Hyde Jr. 12. Paul Cummings


Super Pro Trucks: 1, Mark Stewart 2. Lou Maestri 3. Sean Glennon 4. Frank Dumicich Jr. 5. Matt Triola 6. Frank Dumicich Sr. 7. Ethan Brown 8. Joe Cerabino 9. Eddie Schutze


Street Stocks: 1. Eric Zeh 2. Wesley Sammon 3. Jay Henschel 4. Brian Brown 5. David Antos 6. Brian McCormack 7. Gerard Lawrence 8. Johnny Cricchio 9. Chris Lescenski 10. David White 11. John DiPietro 12. Rhett Fogg 13. Anthony Pizzo


4/6-Cylinder Gut & Go Enduro (top ten) 1. Christian Conklin 2. Sean Rooney 3. Ryan Warren 4. Sean Glennon 5. Woot Lawrence 6. Kevin Coyle 7. Chris Olivari 8. Peter Verwys 9. Jesse St. Clair 10. Joey Palmeri Jr. 

School Bus Demolition Derby: Winner- Michael Rommeney