Jimmy Davis and Don Mattison Earn Twin 20 Victories At Devil’s Bowl Speedway

West Haven, VT – The great crate place treated a packed house with twin 20’s for the Sunoco Sportsman Modifieds at Devil’s Bowl Speedway. Jimmy Davis made his return to victory lane winning the first event, while Don Mattison earned the second twin win. Hunter Nutter (Limited Sportsman), Steve Miller (Rookie Sportsman), Lane Saville (500cc Mini Sprint), Chris Sumner (Mini Stock), and Chris Murray (Super Stock) also earned victories this past Saturday night.

Antos And Collinsworth Score Sunday Miller Lite Triple Crown Victories At Riverhead Raceway

In July type conditions the May Meltdown program was presented Sunday afternoon at Riverhead Raceway feature the first of the Miller Lite Triple Crown Series events for the Street Stocks and Mini Stocks. In the 30-lapper for the Street Stocks Dave Antos of Lindenhurst scored his second win in eight days at the track while the Mini Stock 30 fell to Tony Collinsworth of Calverton.

Von Dohren, Brian Hirthler And Hoch Take Victories In First Point Races At Grandview

BECHTELSVILLE, PA. – Craig Von Dohren of Oley, Pa. was finally able to wrestle the lead away from Mike Lisowski of Minersville, Pa. on lap 17, after a fantastic battle between the two, and race home with his first 30-lap T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modified victory of the season Saturday night at Grandview Speedway.

Scally, Stoehr Take Star Classic, Butch Walsh Memorial NEMA Victories

A packed house at Bobby Webber’s Star Speedway greeted a full field of NEMA and NEMA lites this past Saturday, with over 32 cars on hand, one of the club’s best car counts of the year. Paul Scally continued his hot streak, taking the NEMA race in convincing style, and Avery Stoehr avoided attrition in an unusually rough NEMA lites feature.

Zych, Trainor Take Coveted Oswego Classic NEMA Victories

This past Saturday, the Northeastern rolled into the Oswego Speedway for the first time in nearly eight years. The wheel-to-wheel action of the midgets did not disappoint, topping speeds of over 135MPH at “The Big O”. John Zych triumphed after and intense battle with Matt O’Brien, and Jake Trainor came through the field to take down the NEMA Lites victory in thrilling fashion with three laps to go in the Feature event.