Eddie Mac has the knack at Beech Ridge
SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Eddie MacDonald passed American Canadian Tour (ACT) point leader Scott Payea for the lead on lap 41 and went on to win the Coastal 100 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway Saturday.
MacDonald was shadowed by Payea the rest of the way as race stayed under green from start to finish. His winning margin of three car-lengths was the farthest MacDonald ever got from Payea, who was attempting to break his own record of four consecutive ACT Late Model wins.
Beech Ridge still next on ACT schedule
American Canadian Tour
SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Mother Nature has given every competitor hoping to snap Scott Payea’s four-race winning streak on the American Canadian Tour (ACT) an extra week to prepare for the Coastal 100 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway.
Wet weather prompted the postponement of the event last Saturday. It has been rescheduled for this Saturday, August 12.
Payea is seeking his first ACT title. He leads his closest rival, Dillon Moltz of Waterford, Conn., by 36 points (584-548).
Payea seeks to break his own record
American Canadian Tour
SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Scott Payea of Colchester, Vt. will attempt to extend his record-setting American Canadian Tour (ACT) winning streak in the Coastal 100 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway Saturday, August 5.
Payea recently drove the Harrison Redi-Mix Dodge Charger No. 37 to a record fourth straight Late Model win at Seekonk Speedway – despite being passed for the lead twice.
PASS Super Late Model score at Beech Ridge snaps bad luck streak for Joey Pole, Jr.
Scarborough, Maine – Joey Pole, Jr. of Hudson, New Hampshire outgunned reigning Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model National Champion Ben Rowe of Turner, Maine on a pair of late-race restarts to claim victory in the PASS 150 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine on Saturday night.
After taking the lead on the 105th lap restart, Pole held off the current track champion of the oval they were racing on, Curtis Gerry of Waterboro, and a determined Mike Hopkins of Hermon to seal the deal. For Pole it was his first win of the season after winning three times on the PASS North trail last year, snapping a bad luck spell this year that has seen him fail to finish at least four races he was leading or had led due to equipment failure.
Beech Ridge Return Next On Tap For PASS North Stars
NAPLES, ME (July 5) – After a weekend that saw several drivers punch their tickets to the 44th Annual Oxford 250, a full field of Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models and PASS Modifieds will be back on track this Saturday night for 150 laps at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway.
Seven drivers are currently within 100 points of the leader of the PASS North standings, Turner, ME’s Glen Luce. That group includes four former series champions, DJ Shaw, Travis Benjamin, Ben Rowe, and Johnny Clark, and a total of five Oxford 250 checkered flags.
300-LAP SCORE AT BEECH RIDGE IS SECOND STRAIGHT PASS SUPER LATE MODEL WIN FOR REID LANPHER
Scarborough, Maine – Reid Lanpher of Manchester backed up a career-first Pro All Stars Series victory the previous week at Oxford Plains Speedway with a dominant performance in Saturday’s 300-lap PASS National Championship Series Super Late Model race at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine.
Lanpher was chased across the finish line by the reigning Pro Series champion at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Curtis Gerry of Waterboro, who passed a fleet of racecars after a spin relegated him to the back of the pack midway through the marathon. Derek Ramstrom of West Boylston, Massachusetts claimed third-place honors, in front of Belfast racer Travis Benjamin and Turner’s Glen Luce.