N. Woodstock, NH — After a lasting rain pounded the White Mountain Motorsports Park pavement early Saturday evening, the Wayne’s Market Saturday Special went off without a hitch with some of the fastest racing of the season so far! In the end the second first time Foley Oil & Propane Late Model winner stood in victory lane and a former champion swept the Dwarf Car Segment Specials!
The annual Wayne’s Market Dwarf Car Special was split into two 25-lap segments with the finish from segment one completely inverted to set the field for the final round. In both cases it was Andy Hill and point leader Jason Wyman moving up from the back to the front at lightning speed. In the final segment, Wyman was a sure challenge for Hill, racing hard side-by-side until on the final circuit. Under the white flag, Wyman’s 88 machine got loose on the high side coming out of two and allowed Hill the full car-length advantage needed to earn the overall. Miraculously, the field finished in the exact same order for both segments giving Andy Hill the perfect sweep followed by Jason Wyman and Dave Gyger.
Wayne’s Market Saturday Special brought out the best in Foley Oil & Propane Late Model competition. Led to green by young-guns Bryan Wall Jr. and Kasey Beattie, Wall took the lead early and watched the others scramble in his rearview mirror. As Wall led Beattie and Jesse Switser in line at the front, point leaders Quinny Welch and Stacy Cahoon found themselves stuck in side-by-side traffic out back. The first caution came out on lap 30 for the spinning Brock Davis machine, trampling Wall’s multi-car-length lead. On the restart calamity would strike again as Davis and Mark Patten got spun up in turn two bringing out the second and final caution.
Once again lined up for the restart, Wall chose the outside of Beattie and the race was on. The field was tight, nose-to-tail and side-by-side for multiple laps after taking the green, with Wall and Beattie just edging each other at the line again and again. Finally, Wall took the outside advantage and powered down the backstretch to take the lead and never looked back. Bryan Wall Jr. took down his first Foley Oil & Propane Late Model victory followed by Kasey Beattie and Ryan Ware to round out the youth movement podium. Jesse Switser and Quinny Welch would round out the top-5, a solid points day for both teams.
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The Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers had some of the most spirted racing of the Wayne’s Market evening events. Outside pole sitter Jason Woodard took a strong 68VT machine to the track on Saturday and quickly powered to the lead in the 35-lap feature. As his son Tanner Woodard and Mike Clark followed and stalked the elder Woodard’s machine, the real battle was for fourth. As Joey Laquerre tried to hold on for another top-5 finish in 2022, he faced tough competition. Kyle Streeter, rookie Kaiden Fisher, point leader Shane Sicard and Colin Cornell all gaggled up in a bunch in the fight for fourth around Laquerre. Beating and banging, fighting tooth and nail these four switched lanes, dive bombed and dug deep around each other for every inch of real estate until the checkers flew. Jason Woodard earned his first win of the season followed by Tanner Woodard and Mike Clark. Kyle Streeter won the fight for fourth with Kaiden Fisher rounding out the top-5.
Just as spirited and respectful were the Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis. Led at the onset by Gavin McGinnis and Jason Goodbout Jr., the four-cylinder division took off for their quick 25-lapper. As the two leaders duked it out for the top spot, fellow youngster Kristian Switser drove hard on the outside looking for third. Soon, the young leaders began to give way to the wily veterans of the popular White Mountain division. Last week’s winner Les Washburn drove up through following the #57 of Todd Derrington. Derrington patiently made his way up through to take the lead with Washburn getting closer and closer with every lap and point leader Chris Moulton waiting in the wings for any misstep from the top two. At the line Todd Derrington took his first Strictly Mini win of the season followed by Les Washburn and Chris Moulton. Tyler Thompson drove all the way from dead-last to finish fourth while Kristian Switser recovered for fifth.
Lastly, the Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Division started off a little wet in the line-up shoot with rains that delayed the opening of the Wayne’s Market program. As the early leaders Austin Sicard and Bentley Robbin waned, Connor Charbonneau quickly nabbed the lead in their 15-lap feature event. Although taking a confident lead, Charbonneau had a rearview mirror full of McKenna Merchant. Merchant stalked the #6 machine of Charbonneau while she herself had Logan Farnsworth edging ever closer to her back bumper. Running low on laps, Conner Charbonneau took down his second win of the season followed by a disappointed McKenna Merchant and Logan Farnsworth.
Up next at White Mountain Motorsports Park is the Championship Event for the J.P. Sicard Flying Tiger Triple Crown Series! After taking the first two events, can Shane Sicard hold on to take another J.P. Sicard Triple Crown Championship or can someone else beat him to it? Joining the 75-lap main event for the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers will be the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models, Ammonoosuc Asphalt Mini Late Models, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis and Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Division. Post Time is set for 6:00pm with full race day schedule and pricing available soon.
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White Mountain Motorsports Park – N. Woodstock, NH
Wayne’s Market Dwarf Car Special
Saturday, August 6, 2022
Wayne’s Market Dwarf Cars – Twin 25 Segments
1. 8 Andy Hill Waterford, VT 2 pts.
2. 88 Jason Wyman Easton, NH 4 pts.
3. 93 Dave Gyger Campton, NH 6 pts.
4. 41 Jeff Ainsworth Bethlehem, NH 8 pts.
5. 52 Chad Dufour Littleton, NH 10 pts.
6. 11 Joey Deguio Plaistow, NH 12 pts.
7. 4 Ken Wright
DNS 23 Ethan Tyrrell Worcester, VT
Foley Oil & Propane Late Models – 50 Laps
1. 77NH #Bryan Wall Jr. E. Kingston, NH
2. 45NH Kasey Beattie St. Johnsbury, VT
3. 32VT #Ryan Ware E. Burke, VT
4. 25NH Jesse Switser West Burke, VT
5. 78NH Quinten Welch Groveton, NH
6. 42NH Mike Jurkowski Claremont
7. 22VT Peyton Lanphear Waterbury, VT
8. 07NH Mark Patten Belmont, NH
9. 47NH Brockton Davis Whitefield, NH
10. 83VT Stacy Cahoon St. Johnsbury, VT
11. 17NH Tyler Jones N. Woodstock, NH
12. 57NH David Labreque Thornton, NH
Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers – 35 Laps
1 68VT Jason Woodard Waterbury Ctr., VT
2 55NH Tanner Woodard Waterbury Ctr., VT
3 2NH Michael Clark Littleton, NH
4 37VT Kyle Streeter Waterbu
5 18VT #Kaiden Fisher Shelburne, VT
6 4NH Shane Sicard Barton, VT
7 35DG Colin Cornell E. Burke, VT
8 49NH Jody Sicard Gilman
9 60NH #Thomas Smithers VI Gilmanton, NH
10 23VT Matthew Potter Marshfield, VT
11 15NH Joey Laquerre E. Montpelier, VT
12 22NH #Chandler Potter Plainfield, VT
DNS 82NH Frank Sweeney Belmont, NH
Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis – 25 Laps
1. 57 Todd Derrington Littleton, NH
2. 17 Les Washburn Bethlehem
3. 15 Chris Moulton Pepperell, MA
4. 51 Tyler Thompson Lincoln, NH
5. 16NH Kristian Switser Waterford, VT
6. 4 Donnie Baumgardner N. Woodstock, NH
7. 16 Adam Sicard Barton, VT
8. 10 Gavin McGinnis St. Johnsbury, VT
9. 1 Scott Senecal Lisbon, NH
10. 09 James Knights Littleton
11. 22 Brendan Clark Dalton, NH
12. 87 Don Judd Frank
13. 92 Jason Goodbout, Jr. Lincoln, NH
14. 14 Jillian Baumgardner N. Woodstock, NH
DNS 19 Dave Driscoll N. Woodstock, NH
Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Division – 15 Laps
1. 6 Connor Charbonneau Groveton, NH
2. 99 McKenna Merchant Waterford, VT
3. 22 Logan Farnsworth St. Johnsbury, VT
4. 90 Kyle Goodbout Lincoln, NH
5. 4 Bentley Robbin Bradford, VT
6. 01 Austin Sicard Gilmanton
7. 32 Kylee Potter Marshfie
8. 18x Walker Fitch Marshfiel