7/5/14 Beech Ridge Results

Beech RidgeScarborough, ME

Jake Madore, of Arundel, picked up his first career Sport Series NASCAR Nite victory Saturday night.

Madore paced the field to the green flag, however surrendered the lead to Windham’s veteran Reggie Leeman on lap two. Leeman, who finished second the previous week, led until a caution on lap 15 which bunched the field back together.

On the ensuing restart, Madore chose the inside lane on the leaders lane choice giving Leeman the outside. Madore and Leeman battled side-by-side for multiple laps until Madore was able to edge Leeman going into the first turn.

Clyde Hennessey, of Windham, followed Madore and passed Leeman as well. Hennessey worked his way to the outisde of Madore and battled for 15 laps trying to capture the lead from Madore. Coming to the checkered flag Madore was able to beat Hennessey by a nose length and capture his first win.

In the Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 150-lap PASS Super Late Model division, Joey Doiron, of Berwick, survived a couple of late race restarts to pick up his first victory of the year in the Pro All-Star Series touring division.

Top Five Feature Finishes

Pro All-Star Series

1. Joey Doiron, Berwick
2. Austin Theriault, Fort Kent
3. Curtis Gerry, Waterboro
4. Mike Rowe, Turner
5. Scott Mulkern, Falmouth

Sport Series

1. Jake Madore, Arundel
2. Clyde Hennessey, Windham
3. Dave Langlais, Springvale
4. Frank Wear, Buxton
5. Doug Wolfe, Gorham


1. Justin Karkos, Livermore
2. Jon Brill, Bridgton
3. Jason Webster, Standish
4. Cole Watson, Naples
5. Lewis Anderson, Buxton

6/28/14 Beech Ridge Results

Scarborough, ME

Windham’s Corey Bubar took the victory in the Pro Series 125 Saturday night, in a dominating performance. Bubar led most of the extended race and went on to be the first repeat winner in the Pro Series division. 

After capturing the pole spot in qualifying, Bubar led the 25-car field to the green flag. Bubar led until a early race caution bunched the field back together. On the restart, Bubar faced Charlie Colby, of Newcastle. After battling side-by-side for a few laps, Colby was able to edge Bubar going into the first turn to capture the lead. Colby opened up a two car-length advantage over Bubar, but a caution on lap 26 set the two up for battle again. 

Colby chose the outside leaders lane choice giving Bubar the inside groove. Bubar was able to pass Colby coming out of the fourth turn to regain the lead. Veteran Bryan Kruczek, of New Market, NH, started to charge his way to the front. By lap 30, Kruczek had passed Colby and set his sights on Bubar. On lap 39, Kruczek passed Bubar with ease and opened up a five car length advantage. 
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The Pro All Stars Series Super Late Models head back to Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine on Saturday night, July 5th for the Southern Maine Motors, Firecracker 150. Defending race winner, Cassius Clark will try to get back on track after struggling in the early going on the PASS North Series in 2014. Last year Clark held off a late race challenge from Mike Rowe, Travis Benjamin, Joey Doiron and Corey Bubar.
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6/21/2014 Beech Ridge Results

Scarborough, ME

Newcastle’s Charlie Colby won the 50-lap Pro Series feature event. On a late race restart, Colby battled side-by-side with Tyler King, of Livermore Falls, for five laps until he was able to edge King going into the first turn. 

Mike Landry, of Oakland, paced the 22-car field to the green flag and was able to take the lead going into turn one. Landry and veteran Steve Carrier, of Saco, battled for the top spot until Carrier was able to edge Landry on lap four. 

Carrier opened up his lead over Landry until a caution on lap eight bunched the field back together. On the restart, Carrier choose the outside lane and it proved successful as he was able to re-claim the lead. Carrier and Landry battled nose to tail and pulled away from the rest of the field over the short green flag run. 
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05/31/14 Beech Ridge Motor Speedway Results

beechRidgeScarborough, Maine

On a spectacular Saturday night at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Tyler King, of Livermore Falls opened the second week of the NASCAR Nite by grabbing his first victory of the season.

King who started in the second starting position battled side-by-side in the opening laps with Oakland’s, Mike Landry for the top spot. On lap four King edged Landry by a nose at the line to claim the top spot. A caution on lap 12 would re-group the 24-car field. Scarborough’s, Don Colpritt also took second from Landry and faced King on the restart.
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16-Year Old Scores first top 5 finish in NASCAR All American Series Event


Reid Lanpher #59

Manchester, Maine

Two weeks after getting his driver’s license, 16-year old Manchester, Maine resident Reid Lanpher achieved a lifelong dream when he races in the Pro Series at Beach Ridge Motor Speedway. A stout field of 29 Pro Stocks arrived at the Ridge to compete in the opening event of 2014 for the NASCAR All American Series.

Lanpher, a sophomore at Maranacook High School, was required to start at the rear of his 14 car heat due to his rookie status. In 12 laps, the Jason Ricker prepared, EZ Hauler Trailers, EJP Racing, Eastern Township Docks Chevy Monte Carlo SS passed 11 cars to grab a 3rd place finish which set up a 6th place starting position for the 50 lap final.

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Turner, Maine’s Mike Rowe took over the lead on a lap 101 restart and cruised home to victory in the Southern Maine Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep 150 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine this past Saturday afternoon. The legendary veteran edged out Travis Benjamin and Austin Theriault for the win.
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A gorgeous late summer day greeted race fans at the beautiful Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine on Sunday, and they were treated to some great racing in all three P.A.S.S. divisions that participated on the final day of the event.

Young Austin Theriault carried the checkered flag in the 300 lap Super Late Model event, but it was a challenge from the start as he led for the first four laps before outside pole sitter, Corey Bubar took over until a lap 90 restart for a minor spin by Kyle Desouza. At this point racing became intense as some of the top cars were starting to make their way through traffic and were headed to the front. Theriault got the jump on the restart, and Kelly Moore erupted from the fourth spot, and jumped to the second spot at the green. Travis Benjamin also slipped by Bubar, and Michael Landry worked Bubar’s inside for fifth. While Theriault led the race, Bubar battled his way back into the second spot before the caution flew once again for a minor spin in turn two. Suddenly, Travis Benjamin headed to the pits, the hood went up, and apparent mechanical problems eliminated the 2013 TD Bank 250 from any more action.
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Austin Theriault Wins PASS 300 At Beech Ridge

PASS NorthAustin Theriault Wins PASS 300 At Beech Ridge
BKR Development Driver Dominates For 2nd Career Series Victory

austin BRMS VLSCARBOROUGH, Maine – Austin Theriault of Fort Kent, Maine, returned for some home cooking and ended up feasting with a dominating performance in the PASS Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 300 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine, on Sunday, September 15.

Theriault unofficially led 192 of the 300 laps for his fourth career PASS-sanctioned victory and the second PASS North Series win of his career.
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Phillips, Smith score Saturday victories on 400 weekend at Beech Ridge

Beech RidgePhillips, Smith score Saturday victories on 400 weekend at Beech Ridge
Austin Theriault earns pole for Super Late Model 300 Sunday

Scarborough, Maine – Ryan Phillips of Buxton, Maine scored a career-first PASS Modified victory, while Gorham’s Craig Smith prevailed in a 75-lap open event for Wildcat/Strictly Stock division racers, topping the feature racing card to kick off Southern Maine Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge 400 weekend at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway.

Austin Theriault of Fort Kent will start from the pole in Sunday’s Pro All Stars series Super Late Model 300 after winning his qualifying heat race on Saturday. DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire and Corey Bubar of Windham also won heat races to set the 30-car starting field for Sunday’s main event.

Other feature races were held for the mid-week series racers after their originally-scheduled Thursday night event was washed out. Matt Dufault of Turner, Alex Lacognata of Scarborough, Chad Emery of Buxton, Jeff walker of Waterboro and Freeport’s Matt Curtis were triumphant in those events.
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