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Brockton, MA — Two of the Northeastern Midget Association’ top teams head into the 16th annual Boston Louie Memorial concerned with streaks. The Seymour family would like to extend one while Bertrand Racing hopes to end one.
“The Louie,” NEMA’s premier event, is part of the Saturday night, Sept. 29 Seekonk 200 Presented by S.M Lorusso & Sons at Seekonk Speedway. NEMA’s two-layered effort – a 29-lap feature for the full Midgets and a 21-lapper for the Lites, joins a 100-lap ISMA Supermodified haul and a 50-lap Street Stock Open on the agenda.
The Seymour family hopes to extend a “Louie” win streak to four. Bertrand Racing would like nothing better than stopping a skein of three straight runner-up finishes with a victory.
2010 Whelen All-American Series National Champion Keith Rocco of Meriden, CT., has filed an entry to drive the #76 Frank Manafort owned NEMA LITE midget, Saturday night, September 29, at Seekonk (MA)
The race program featuring the powerful winged ISMA supermodifieds, NEMA midgets, and ‘open’ street stock race is being run in conjunction with the 200th anniversary celebration of the Town of Seekonk.
Rocco will compete at the famed ‘Cement Palace’ after qualifying at Stafford (CT) Motor Speedway. “Seekonk Speedway is the perfect track to race with NEMA. I have never raced there, only practiced once with ‘Ole Blue’,” said Rocco, referring to a Whelan Modified Tour car he drove before being sidelined with a wrist injury. “I look forward to competing for the first time at Seekonk.”
It is now the Seekonk 200 Presented by S.M. Lorusso & Sons Inc. Long associated with New England motor sports, the Walpole, MA- based company has signed on as the presenting sponsor for what promises to be an evening of exceptional speed Saturday night, Sept. 29 at the historic facility.
The Northeastern Midget Association’s 16th annual Boston Louie Memorial, comprising of a 29-lap feature for the full Midgets and a 21-lapper for the NEMA Lites, and a 100-lap haul for the lightning-quick International Supermodified Association are on the agenda along with a 50 lap Street Stock Open. The evening celebrates the town of Seekonk’s 200th birthday.
“We are pleased to be part of this great event,” said company Vice President Sam Lorusso. “The people I’ve met through racing are hard-working and dedicated. It is a great joy to be involved with this race. I think we’re going to write some history.”
Scarborough, ME – Carl Medeiros Jr. collected his fourth NEMA Lites win and Alan Chambers checkered for the first time in 25-lap features at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway’s Pass 300 Weekend.
Medeiros was in the right spot at the right time on Saturday night. He inherited the lead when Kenny Johnson lost a motor late in the event and then survived a restart. Medeiros is the division’s only multiple winner this season.
On Sunday, Chambers beat Danny Cugini by less than half a car length in a sizzling display. Both drivers came back from disqualifications on Saturday. Behind by three quarters of a straightaway at the halfway point, Cugini rallied over the final circuits, his last-ditch dive to the inside of Chambers falling .046 of a second short.
Seekonk — Bill’s Auto Repair of Canton, Ma. & George’s and Ken’s Collision of Needham, Ma, have partnered to sponsor the 50 Lap Open $1000 to win Street Stock Race as part of the Seekonk 200 on Saturday September 29th at the famous Seekonk Speedway. This exiting racing division of Seekonk regulars will be joined by race teams from other New England tracks.
“We have invited teams from Beech Ridge, Lee, Thompson & Waterford to try their luck around the tough 1/3 mile Cement Palace”, said race promoter Gary Sagar of Kraze Korlacki Speed Equipment in Seekonk.
“Bobby Ambroceo, owner of Bill’s Auto Repair and former competitor at Seekonk Speedway and Danny Savary, owner of George’s & Ken’s Collision, are racing enthusiasts who have long supported the sport of auto racing. We are honored by their partnership to one of Seekonk’s most exciting racing divisions” added Sagar.
Waterford, CT — Waterford Speedbowl was in action on Saturday of Labor Day weekend with its annual Thunder on the Sound event, presented by The Connecticut National Guard. Mother Nature interfered more than once, as rain soaked the racing surface on two separate occasions. Nine events were scheduled for the program in total with five feature races completed before rain began falling for the final time during the 16th annual Budweiser Modified Nationals SK Modified® 150. The remainder of the night’s races, including the SK-150, were postponed to later dates.
Taking victories in the races completed included Todd Bertrand of Suffield in a special tribute Northeastern Midget Association race. Keith Rocco of Meriden scored a career first win in the NEMA Lite series after making his first-ever start in the division. Cam McDermott of Scituate, RI took home the checkered flag in a rain-shortened NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Light Modified feature and in INEX racing action, Joe Mucciacciaro of Wolcott landed his first career Speedbowl win in the Legend Cars and Ken Morin Jr. of Old Saybrook was declared the winner of the Bandolero feature.
Bertrand withstood stiff challenges from Randy Cabral during the 30-lap NEMA Midget race, which was a tribute to Gene and Marilyn Angelillo, long-time car owners and contributors to the division. Bertrand used the fourth starting position to race his way into the lead on lap-5. He passed Paul Scally, who led from the drop of the green flag. Cabral arrived in second position behind Bertrand on lap-8, however Bertrand was able to hold off Cabral in a quickly paced race. Bertrand got the jump over Cabral on the final restart and kept him at bay until he was able to pull back ahead. Cabral finished in second while Mike Horn finished third.
Waterford, CT – Owner Frank Manafort suggested Keith Rocco, making his Northeastern Midget Association Lites debut with a still mending broken left wrist, “take it easy.”
Perhaps the top name in New England NASCAR Modified racing, Rocco “couldn’t resist” the urge to compete. Coming from 15th starting spot, Rocco won the Angelillo Memorial 25-lap Lites feature Saturday night at Waterford Speedowl.
He took the lead with an inside move on Christian Briggs going in to turn three at the halfway point. It was, however, on the outside where Rocco sparkled.
“The top was the place to be,” he explained. “Every restart, I wanted to go to the top.” Continue reading ‘Rocco Surprise Lites Winner at Waterford’
Seekonk, MA — 2008 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Champion Johnny Benson will appear at the next MassCruisers cruise night at the Bass Pro Shop on September 6th. Johnny’s appearance will be from 5:30-7:30 for an autograph session and to promote the SEEKONK 200 at Seekonk Speedway, Saturday September 29th. Benson, will pilot the #74 Supermodified from the International Supermodified Association (ISMA) for their 100 Lap race.
Johnny has back to back wins in 2010 & 2011 and is anxious to return to the “Cement Palace”. “Seekonk Speedway is a track I really like. Please join me and the other cars and stars of ISMA for an exciting night of racing which also will honor a local legend of the Northeast Midget Association (NEMA), Boston Louie Seymour, in the headline event of the evening, The Boston Louie Memorial Classic," said Benson from his race shop. For the latest information www.krazespeedequipment.com, www.BostoLouieSeymour.com, www.seekonkspeedway.com.
Brockton, MA — The Northeastern Midget Association returns to Waterford Speedbowl Saturday night for the Angelillo Memorial still looking for its first two-time winner. The NEMA Lites are on the agenda as the club honors the memory of Marilyn and Gene Angelillo.
Only two points separate defending champ and current leader Randy Cabral and Russ Stoehr in the championship battle. They are one-two in career NEMA Waterford wins, Stoehr’s seventh Speedbowl checkered coming in last year’s Angelillo event.
It is a points race for the Lites as well, three-time winner Carl Mederios Jr. the current leader. The first race in Lites history was run at the Speedbowl in 2009.
It will be NEMA’s fourth visit to the ‘Bowl this season, John Zych Jr, Greg Stoehr and Anthony Marvuglio the previous winners. Marvuglio’s 12.937 back in the May is the fastest feature lap but NEMA powers are convinced it can be lowered.
Oswego, NY — It was all about Jim Miller at New York’s historic Oswego Speedway on Saturday evening, as the veteran NEMA racer displayed a dominating performance in capturing the Northeast Midget Association 35-lap feature event.
After setting a new 1-lap track record of 16.94 earlier in the evening, Miller started the feature from the pole position and quickly distanced himself from the competition.
The evening marked Miller’s first trip to victory lane since 2001.
Behind the winner several battles raged during the quick green-to-checker affair. For much of the event it was Russ Stoehr, Seth Carlson, and Joey Payne vying for the runner-up spot.
Continue reading ‘Veteran Racer Jim Miller Dominates in Oswego Speedway NEMA Action’
Come enjoy an evening with Mass Cruisers during the bi-weekly Thursday cruise night. One of the biggest cruises on the east coast is right here at Bass Pro Shops at Patriot Place. Hundreds of cars, trucks and motorcycles cruise their way to Bass Pro to show off their pride and joy.
Bobby Seymour Midget to be on display August 23rd promoting the Seekonk 200 on September 29th.
Brockton, MA — Russ Stoehr, who has won eight times there, Joey Payne Jr., a two-time winner, and Randy Cabral, who has some near misses, are among the favorites when the Northeastern Midget Association returns to Oswego Speedway Saturday night. NEMA last visited the historic five-eighths oval back in 2005.
The NEMA Lites will be making the trip as well, Oswego looming as the ultimate test for the five-year old division.
While many competitors will be on Oswego’s asphalt for the first time, there are some experienced hands. Current competitors Adam Cantor, Payne, Cabral and Doug Cleveland were all on hand when supermodified ace Chris Perley won the last NEMA race at Oswego in Don Berrio’s #2.
Waterford, CT – Avery Stoehr showed a flair for the dramatic in winning the 27-lap Lites feature at the Northeastern Midget Association’s Shane Hammond Memorial Saturday night at Waterford Speedowl. His first victory left everybody gasping.
Stoehr, 16, didn’t secure the lead until after going under the white flag. He got under RJ Tufano, the only other leader, coming out of four. Heading into one, he drove the family 15b between a lapped car on the bottom and Tufano to take command.
“I saw the hole. We had just gone past the white flag and if I didn’t do it, I wasn’t going to pull it off,” explained Stoehr who went on to be Tufano by a second and a half. Ian Cumens (Seymour 9), Dylan Duhaime (Duhaime 57) and Stoehr’s cousin Bethany (Stoehr 26b) completed the top five.
Waterford, CT — Waterford Speedbowl beat back the early day rains to stage its 5th annual ‘Wings & Wheels’ event Saturday night. The International Supermodified Association plus NEMA Midgets and NEMA Lites joined the track’s NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing program on the night. Scoring wins included Vernon competitor Rob Summers in the 50-lap Supermodified feature race, while Anthony Marvuglio of East Bridgewater, MA and Avery Stoehr of Lakeville, MA each picked up first-career victories in the NEMA Midget and NEMA Lite races, respectively. In NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing, Kyle James of Ashaway, RI recorded his first win since 2010 after coming out on top of a wild SK Modified® race. Rich Staskowski of Hope Valley, RI captured his first checkered flag of the year in the Bob Valenti Auto Mall Late Models, Corey Hutchings of Salem took down his fourth victory of the year in the Street Stock division and Ken Cassidy of Lisbon won his 11th Mini Stock feature of 2012.
The 35-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Modified® feature was plagued by numerous caution flags during the race. Rich Brooks showed the way for the first five laps after starting in the pole position. Brooks led Jeffrey Gallup through lap-5 when Gallup made a bold move on the bottom of the track in attempt to take over the race lead. The two made contact, sending both spinning from the top two positions and bringing out the caution flag. During the caution, Keith Rocco pitted and turned the driver’s seat over to Doug Coby for the final 30-laps.
Joe Perry was the new leader for the lap-5 restart, holding on through lap-13 when caution returned as Diego Monahan and Jeff Rocco made contact between turns one and two with Rocco spinning while competing for a top-five position. Jeff Pearl had raced into second position and lined up next to Perry for the ensuing restart, racing hard in the outside lane once the race was back underway to take the lead. Pearl cleared Perry for good on lap-16 and led through two more caution periods that brought the race to lap-24.
Brockton, MA – The Northeastern Midget Association’s Lites Division reaches a milestone this weekend. The Lites are at Lee USA Speedway Friday Night. They are part of Saturday night’s Shane Hammond Memorial, the latter on Waterford Speedbowl’s Wings And Wheels menu. It will be the 59th and 60th features for the five-year old Lites.
Testimony to the division’s success will be evident at the Speedbowl , the Lites joining the “full midgets” on a menu that also includes the ISMA Supermodifeids, the Valenti Modifieds and the ‘Bowl’s SKs. Both NEMA divisions will go 27-laps.
In addition to extra financial motivation including lap money, there are plenty of incentives for both divisions.
Seth Carlson comes to Waterford looking to become the first driver in 16 events to win back-to-back features. Carlson is a Lites graduate as is Todd Bertrand, also a NEMA feature winner. Anthony Marvuglio and James SantaMaria, the latter battling Carlson for top rookie honors this year, are members of the fraternity as well. All figure to be in the Waterford field.
Waterford, CT — Waterford Speedbowl has postponed its “Wings & Wheels” event scheduled for Saturday due to the impending weather threat looming over the region. For the second consecutive day, a forecast for late day heavy rain threats with the potential for severe weather and flash flooding were probable.
“After reviewing weather forecasts repeated times, all parties involved felt with an event of this enormity and the amount of lengthy travel many teams and fans need to make, we were best served cancelling the event for today” offered Speedbowl owner and promoter Terry Eames.
The event traditionally brings together the International Supermodified Association, Valenti Modified Racing Series, Northeastern Midget Association plus the Speedbowl’s NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Modifieds®.
Wednesday, August 8th
NEMA LITES – Star – 8/8/12
Pos. # Driver Hometown Owner
1 35 Randy Cabral Plymouth, MA Glen Cabral
2 15b Avery Stoehr Lakeville, MA MC Racing LLC/Russ Stoehr
3 9 Anthony Nocella Woburn, MA Bobby Seymour
4 57 Dylan Duhaime Loudon, NH Shawn Duhaime
5 51 Danny Cugini Marshfield, MA D. Cugini
6 81 Andy Barrows New Ipswitch, NH Dustin Anderson
7 50 Carl Medeiros, Jr. Westport, MA Carl Medeiros
8 26b Bethany Stoehr Bridgewater, MA MCI Racing/Greg Stoehr
9 31 Paul Bigelow Berlin, CT Randy Bigelow
10 21 Kathryn Stoehr Bridgewater, MA Jennifer Scrivani
Brockton, MA – The Northeastern Midget Association loves Waterford Speedbowl. NEMA and the NEMA Lites make their third visit of the season to the ‘Bowl Saturday night, the rescheduled Shane Hammond Memorial Race part the fifth annual Wings and Wheels.
Both NEMA and the Lites will run 27 lap features as part of the Connecticut shoreline oval’s showcase of speed. The ISMA Supermodifieds, Valenti Modifieds and Speedowl SK-Modifieds are also on the agenda.
Speed is one of the key ingredients in the NEMA-Speedbowl love affair. Anthony Marvuglio posted a 12.91 (104.57 mph) seconds lap back in May. Although limited to one session, practice speeds were “impressive” three weeks ago at the rained-out Hammond Memorial.
Brockton, MA – Randy Cabral can become the first Northeastern Midget Association driver to win two straight features in 15 races this week at Seekonk Speedway’s rescheduled Open Wheel Wednesday. Should the three-time and defending champion accomplish it, he’ll move into a tie for fifth place with Bill Eldridge on NEMA all-time win list.
Cabral comes to Seekonk off a dominating performance in the Bertrand 47 two weeks back at Star Speedway. The first of Cabral’s 32 wins came at Seekonk driving the family #35 back in 2000. With seven checkered, he is one behind Nokie Fornoro on the all-time Seekonk NEMA win list.
It takes times in the low 11 seconds to win at Seekonk. Point leader John Zych Jr. (he’s 13 points up on Cabral, 68 up on Russ Stoehr), leads NEMA into “The Cement Palace.” Zych is one of five winners this year, the list also including Greg Stoehr, Adam Cantor and Mike Horn.
NEMA’s first race was at Seekonk back in 1953 and over the years everybody has a favorite Seekonk memory. The Seymour family has a ton of them. It will be after a third straight Wednesday night. Anthony Nocella’s checker in the DAV last fall was the sixth win in last 12 NEMA Seekonk visits for the Seymours.
Waterford, CT — Waterford Speedbowl's scheduled NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing program for Saturday, July 28 was cancelled due to heavy rains in the region.
Also scheduled on Saturday's card included Northeastern Midget Racing and vintage auto racing by the Senior Tour Auto Racers, New England Antique
Racers and Vintage Midget Racing Association. The event was rain-checked, so all patrons should hold their July 28 event tickets and wristbands to receive admission to any future 2012 Speedbowl event or events of equal or lesser value.
Adult grandstands tickets from July 28 will be honored for up to a $22.00 value for future grandstands admission, while Youth tickets from July 28 will be valued at $6.00 for future admission. Patrons must turn in their July 28 event tickets at the Speedbowl Box Office at the event of their choice to receive the rain-check offer. A listing of upcoming events is available online at Speedbowl.com.
Brockton, MA – There are plenty of extra incentives when the Northeastern Midget Association returns to Waterford Speedbowl Saturday for the third annual Shane Hammond Memorial. Both NEMA and the NEMA Lites are on the busy agenda.
Defending champion Randy Cabral, NEMA’s all-time Speedbowl winner with eight, hopes to duplicate last week’ s impressive triumph at Star Speedway. Cabral has a couple of Speedbowl runner-up finishes this year but it’s been 11 races since he’s conquered the third mile. Cabral did win the first Hammond Lites race back in 2010.
Carl Medeiros Jr., now 16 years old, will be looking for a fourth straight victory, extending a Lites division record set a week ago at Star.
One of NEMA’s charter members, the Speedbowl is truly a “racy place” as evidenced by Anthony Marvuglio’s 12.91 second lap earlier this season. Many believe the Speedowl to be a near perfect midget facility.
Celebrating its diamond anniversary, the NEMA Midgets made their first visit to Star Speedway since 2007 on Saturday night. Star has hosted the NEMA Midgets more than any track in its 60-year history. 3-time NEMA champion Randy Cabral was eager to return to the 1/4 mile speedplant. “I love that place. I was happy when they added Star to our schedule. … "It was my original stomping grounds. That was the track that I raced at for most of my first five years of racing. So it’s kind of feels good to go back there and be able to run good, to be able to run competitive because I didn’t know if I was going to be able to or not.”
The fans turned out to see their favorite Midget drives compete. “I couldn’t believe the amount of people that were up there that were coming out to watch us," said Cabral. "I hope that we put on a show that they liked." … "Star Speedway's got the best fans of any race track in the country. It was a good place to get back in front of all those people.”
Following a crash at Stafford Motor Speedway last month, Cabral's team had to replace the 7-year-old shocks with new ones. “We’re going to try the setup that we kind of found for the rest of the year and see how it goes. The car just felt really good. We went to Lee and the car felt OK but it almost had too much grip. So we actually had to take a little bit of grip away from it and I think that in the long run this is going to be a good thing. The car felt like it was back to the old 47 not the car I’ve been struggling with the last half of the year and this year.“
Epping, NH – Carl Medeiros Jr. became the first Northeastern Midget Association Lites Division competitor to capture three straight wins Saturday night with a convincing 25-lap triumph at Star Speedway.
Medeiros (Medeiros 50), coming off two victories at Lee Speedway on July 13, passed Bethany Stoehr down the back stretch five laps in. It was a caution-free romp from there, Medeiros, who will turn 16 on July 24, finishing far ahead of what turned into a Bethany Stoehr (MCI/Stoehr 26b), Dylan Duhaime (Duhaime 57) battle for second.
Youth was served as the 14-year old Duhaime fell a half-car length short of taking second from 17-year old Stoehr at the checkered. They are, however, “old foes” in the go kart wars. “We pretty much know what each other is going to do,” said Medeiros after winning the second Lites point race of the season.
Brockton, MA — The Northeastern Midget Association returns to Star Speedway Saturday night. Although it is NEMA’s first visit since 2007, it will be NEMA’s 138th race at Star, clearly a standard. It will be the first-ever visit to the quarter mile for the NEMA Lites.
Point leader John Zych Jr, looking for a fourth straight top five finish, and Adam Cantor, coming off a dominating performance at Lee USA Speedway, lead NEMA into Star. In addition to Zych and Cantor, Greg Stoehr and Mike Horn hope to become NEMA’s first 2012 double winner.
Carl Medeiros Jr., a double winner at Lee a week ago, holds the Lites’ spotlight. There has never been a three-straight streak in Lites history.
The legendary Dave Humphrey won NEMA’s first visit to Star back in 1968.
Lee, NH – Dedicating the performance to his gravely ill stepfather Joe DeMonte, Adam Cantor dominated the 25-lap Northeastern Midget Association Friday night at Lee USA Speedway. Driving a new Reider chassis numbered 33 in honor of DeMonte for only the second time, the Long Islander led every circuit and won by almost half a lap.
After a series of early restart challenges from Todd Bertand (Bertrand 39), Cantor, who started second, took the lead for good on lap nine and romped to victory. “Finally got rid of the bugs,” understated Cantor whose feature efforts followed an equally dominating heat triumph.
Coming from the eighth starting spot, point leader John Zych Jr., (Zych 9) took second place from Bertrand with a daring move in turn one with 11 laps gone. Bertrand held on for third with Russ Stoehr (Dumo’s Desire 45) and Randy Cabral (Bertrand 47) completing the top five.
[Photo Gallery] by Crystal Snape
Lee, NH – Carl Medeiros Jr. ended a streak of 36 Northeastern Midget Association Lites races without back-to-back winners and he did it in a single night at Lee USA Speedway Friday. He won the 25-lapper rescheduled from June 22 and then came back to capture the regularly scheduled event, doing both in dramatic style. It all came 11 days before his 16th birthday.
“What a night,” said Medeiros who dedicated the first win to his grandparents. It ended a run of frustration for the family team that posted a couple seconds last year and had two impressive runs this season.
Coming from the 12th starting spot in the opener, Medeiros took the lead from Jake Smith on lap 12 with a daring move out of four. Sitting behind a Smith-Bethany Stoehr battle, Medeiros passed them both on the outside. He went into one with a clear advantage and then romped to the checkered in the caution-free event, posting a race-best 14.510 lap.
[Photo Gallery] by Crystal Snape
Brockton, MA — It’s been 13 races since the Northeastern Midget Association has had a back-to-back winner. It’s been 36 events for the NEMA Lites. Mike Horn, a winner at Stafford’s CarQuest Super Saturday, and Brandon Igo aim to end those streaks Friday night when NEMA visits one of its traditional haunts, Lee USA Speedway.
With two 25-lap Lites features – the June 27th rain out in addition to the regularly scheduled show – it amounts to 75-laps of Midget feature racing.
A winner at NEMA’s two biggest ovals, second-generation driver Horn goes to Lee with plenty of motivation, not the least of which is proving he can succeed at the smaller stops as well. He can also join his father Jeff on the Lee NEMA win list.
John Zych, the only driver with three straight top-five finishes, takes the point lead to Lee. Russ and Greg Stoehr along with defending champion Randy Cabral, are, still very much contenders. All have collected a Lee checker as have Joey Payne Jr. and Adam Cantor. Russ Stoehr won in dominating style a year ago.
Brockton, MA — The Northeastern Midget Association’s Lites Division makes its third start Friday night at the Lee USA Speedway. Ryan Bigelow and Brandon Igo, both winners this year, lead the rapidly growing group to the tricky southern New Hampshire oval.
Paul Bigelow won the last Lites show at Lee, besting Jim Santa Maria and Carl Medeiros Jr. last summer. Other past Lee Lites winners include the busy Randy Cabral and Paul Luggelle, both possibilities for Friday as well. Cabral has won in both NEMA and NEMA Lites at Lee.
Seymour Enterprises driver Ian Cumens, who has two seconds this year, is a contender as well. Ryan Bigelow and Cabral are also working on two straight top-five Lites finishes. Medeiros comes to Lee off an outstanding performance at NEMA’s anniversary outing at Waterford Speedbowl.
Brockton, MA — The Northeastern Midget Association’s Bigelow Brothers team is now three strong. Scott will join siblings Ryan and Paul Saturday June 2 night when NEMA’s Lites division visits Star Speedway.
Ryan, 21, who brings back-to-back top-fives to Star including a victory at Waterford, and Paul, 35, are Lites veterans. Scott, 33, a one-time stock car regular at Riverside Park and Stafford Speedways, returns to the cockpit after a long layoff.
It is the first of two-straight “stand alone” shows for the Lites. Now in their fifth season, the Lites visit Lee USA Speedway on Friday night, June 8. Paul was the winner the last time the Lites visited Lee.