Shaun Gosselin for NEMA Lites, while Spencer, Casper, and Sparky get back to ARC Victory Lane
Seekonk, MA — Randy Cabral had a lot of help in winning the Boston Louie Seymour Memorial for the NEMA Midgets. A glove from his fallen friend Shane Hammond and a borrowed engine from Bobby Santos III carried him to Victory Lane.
Randy started eighth in the 27 car field, and quickly used the outside lane to work his way into the lead by lap 3. He took the lead from Paul Scalley, who started on the pole. Scalley and Mike Horn brought the field down for the green. The first caution came out on lap 3 when Brian Cleveland spun in turn two. The top five at this time were Cabral, Scalley, Horn, Mike Keeler and Nokie Fornoro.