Oxford, Maine – TJ Brackett of Buckfield earned his first Budweiser Championship Series Super Late Model victory of the season in the 50-lap headline race at Oxford Plains Speedway on Saturday night.
Brackett, wrecked by an errant lapped car when last seen leading the main event just a few days previous to this triumph, built a comfortable advantage in front of the field once past fellow former track champion Shawn Martin of Turner.
photo by Norm Marx
Oxford, Maine – Joey Doiron of Berwick outgunned Joey Polewarczyk of Hudson, New Hampshire Sunday afternoon in the 150-lap Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model race, topping the card at Oxford Plains Speedway.
Doiron, who also won a Super Late Model race the previous evening at his current home track, swapped the race lead with Polewarczyk on five occasions during the event. Polewarczyk had looked dominant through most of the distance, leading all but 11 of the first 140 laps.
Oxford, Maine – Alan Tardiff of Lyman drove to a convincing victory in Saturday night’s Budweiser Championship Series Super Late Model main event at Oxford Plains Speedway.
Tardiff has come out of the blocks impressively this season, holding an early-season advantage in the championship points standings at the historic Route 26 oval track. He outgunned fellow front row starter Andy Saunders of Ellsworth at the start of the 50-lap race and was never headed.
photo by RPM 360
By: Dick Casey
The #17 Late Model “Flame” car driven by Eddie MacDonald to three ACT Invitational titles at NHMS, two Oxford 250 wins with countless victories throughout the northeast for over a decade took its place of honor in new North East Motor Sports Museum located a half-mile south of the entrance to New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire.
“Words cannot describe how honored I am to have our car in this special place,” said Eddie Mac when delivering his car to the museum. “Dick Berggren came to the shop a few months ago to ask us to display the car at this incredible facility. Rollie (LaChance) and I quickly agreed that this car should be part of this historic collection of New England racing. It is truly humbling. I know racings fans who love our sport as much as we do will be thrilled sharing all the memories. This facility offers something for everyone.”
Oxford, Maine — Dave Farrington, Jr. of Jay celebrated his first-ever Oxford Plains Speedway Super Late Model victory Saturday night, topping the Budweiser Championship Series card at the historic Route 26 oval track.
A former champion and winner at NASCAR-sanctioned Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Farrington was no stranger to success on the grounds at OPS, where he earned dozens of race wins and a few championships on the smaller, backstretch karting track. Farrington had planned to race in the PASS Super Late Model race that was cancelled due to a dismal weather forecast in New Brunswick, but forecasted rain cut travel expenses, and paid off nicely. (more…)
Oxford, Maine — Hometown racer and former track champion Dennis Spencer, Jr. turned in a dominant performance in the 50-lap Super Late Model feature race, topping the Budweiser Championship Series racing card Saturday night at Oxford Plains Speedway.
Turning in the fastest laps of the night despite the fact that key members of the crew were touring at an out-of-state racetrack, Spencer swapped the early race lead with fellow former multi-time track champion TJ Brackett of Buckfield before running away to victory by 4.79-seconds in a non-stop 50-lap race, completed in 13 minutes, 19.555 seconds.