HERMON, ME — Harrington’s Andrew McLaughlin took the lead in a flurry of activity on lap 31 of the 40 lap Dysart’s Late Model feature at Speedway 95 and picked up his third win of the season. Hermon driver John Curtin Jr. led the first 29 circuits, but was passed by Paul White of Corinna on lap 30. McLaughlin then passed White on lap 31 and led to the checkers in the caution free race. Lloyd Nickerson of Corinth returned to the speedway following a three week absence and came from a 9th place start to post a second place finish. Third went to points leader Brenton Parritt of Steuben with John Kalel II of Orrington finishing fourth. White ended up fifth.
Kris Watson of Hermon won the caution marred Maine Outlaw Super Series main event by passing Duane Seekins of Stockton Springs on the 39th lap of the 50 lap feature. Seekins had challenged early leader Steve Moulton of Holden, leading briefly on lap 18, until Moulton retired on lap 32 with engine failure. Seekins then led from lap 19 until he was passed by Watson on lap 38. Dean Clements of Brooks finished third in the race that was stopped for 40 minutes on lap 2 when Glenburn’s Emma Libby hit the turn three wall after spinning in oil dropped on the track by Nick Huff’s expiring engine. Libby had to be extracted from her car after complaining of neck and back pain, and was transported to the hospital for observation. 12 year old Dylan Street of Old Town finished fourth in his first outing in the new for 2014 touring division, and Franklin’s Mike Overlock finished fifth.
Zach Audet of Skowhegan raised his win total to 12 for the season in the Coca-Cola Sport-fours after taking the lead from Hermon’s Andrew Crosby on lap 4 of the 25 lap race. Darren Durrell of Newburgh came from an 8th place start to finish second with Old Town’s Dylan Street posting a third place finish. Crosby finished fourth after Chris Carroll of Greenbush was disqualified in post race inspection for illegal tires on his car. Ed Archer Jr. of Clinton finished fifth. Audet also took over the points lead in the division after Garett Hayman of Milford was eliminated for the night after hitting the back stretch wall head on when the right front wheel came off his car while he was leading the 10 lap qualifier.