Bear Ridge Speedway

Jason Fornwalt in the Sabil & Son Sportsman Modifieds

Will Hull in the WYKR Sprint Cars of New England.

There were a lot of wings in the air with both the Granite State Mini Sprints and the WYKR Sprint Cars of New England making their first appearance of the season.

The Granite State Minis had a good showing with 21 cars taking to the track for their respective divisions. Tom Chaffee gets the win in the 500’s with son Riley Chaffee coming home in second and Ed Vickery grabbing thirds. Tyler Vickery and Cody Willette finished out the top five.
in the 600’s Kyle Beliveau takes home the checkers with Mark Wigget following him in second and Tyler Jones your final victory lane spot. Drew Eldridge and Joe Kemp rounded out the top five.

In the BRS WYKR Sprint Cars of New England it was all Will Hull. The green to checkers twenty-five lap event was just the way he likes it as he worked his way to the front took the lead and left the pack. Chris Donnelly back in the saddle in the 17 followed in his dust in second with Clay Dow claiming the final victory lane spot. Brett Wright and Mike Bosco rounded out the top five.

The DIRTcar Sabil & Sons SBearportsman Modifieds were well over half way thru the race when the yellow waved for debris on the track. Caution tends to follow caution and from there the pace would be slowed for several more cautions before the checkers waved. Jordan Fornwalt would be the lucky driver able to capitalize on the restarts as he worked his way from deep in the pack to take the checkers home, as sweet victory after last week’s late misfortune. Last year’s champ Kevin Chaffee followed him home in second with Matt Lashua grabbing the final victory lane spot. Richie Simmons and Tim Tucker in his first appearance of the season crossed the line in fifth.

Having to miss opening night in the Wells River Chevrolet DIRTcar Sportsman Coupe for prom night, Tanner Siemons wasted no time in reestablishing his place as a contender for the championship in 2019. Working his way from mid pack he would run out of laps to take the win away from Chris LaForest who took the lead away from Tad Kingsbury late in the race. Kingsbury dominated the thirty-lap event but would succumb to LaForest and Siemons in the last few laps of the event. LaForest gets the win with Siemons coming home in second and Kingsbury salvaging third. Earl Maxham and Josh Harrington completed the top five.

The USAC DMA Midgets were off and will return next week.

The C.A. Miller Limited Late Models had a few oldies returning to the field, and with Ryan Christian having to take a couple of weeks off after last week’s horrific wild ride, it was anyone’s game. John Neddo was able to get the lead and take home the win with Kelly Miller Sr following up last week’s feature win with a second-place podium finish and George Osgood taking home third. Tyler Tremblay and Cary Moulton completed the top five.

It was an exciting night for the Audets in the Peanuts Auto Four Cylinders with father and son both making it to victory lane. The green to checkers event didn’t give a lot of time or opportunity for the big guns to make their way to front which would set up the opportunity for some new faces in victory lane. Buddy Welch was able to make his way to the front to take the win over Zach Audet who would get by dad Robert Audet for second, leaving dad the third podium finishing spot. Owen Carbee and Kevin LaForest completed the top five.

The State Farm Mike Estrada 4/6 Cylinder Enduro 1st event scheduled for 5/25/19

Bear Ridge Speedway’s 52nd season of dirt car racing continues Saturday, May 18th sponsored by Dad’s 4 By Tool and Supply with Vermont Food Bank Benefit Night, featuring a full card of racing for the 99Rock weekly racing series, with the Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Wells River Chevrolet DIRTcar Sportsman Coupes, USAC DMAMidgets, C.A. Miller Inc Limited Late Models, and the Peanuts Auto Four Cylinders. General admission for the 99Rock Weekly Racing Series is $10 for adults (age 18-61), $8 teens (12-17) and seniors (62+), and $2 for children; Visa and MasterCard are accepted.  Racing begins at the famous “6:00-ish” start time. Bring in 2 non perishables and get $2.00 off your general admission ticket and help support those less fortunate than you.

Bear Ridge Speedway is as an alcohol free family friendly entertainment spot, with our goal to make each experience at the Ridge better than the last. Remember “Dirt where every lap is the last lap” we continue to offer the best source of good inexpensive high quality entertainment for families.

Bear Ridge Speedway is located off exit 16 of I91 on to Rte 25 west 1 mile to South Road up the hill to Kidder Rd. The green will wave every Saturday at 6:00 pm(ish). Be sure to check the web Questions can be sent to

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS – 52nd Season of Racing Fluery’s Auto Sales night

99ROCK Weekly Racing Series

Bear Ridge Speedway — Bradford, VT

Saturday May 11, 2019

Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds(40 Laps)

1st       24        Jordan Fornwalt

2nd      73        Kevin Chaffee

3rd       18        Matt Lashua

4th       34        Richie Simmons

5th       91        Tim Tucker

6th       97        Terry Williams

7th       42T      Robert Tucker

8th       6          Jeremy Huntoon

9th       9          Michael Dunn

10th     2nh      Tanner Siemons

11th     40        Steve Flint

12th     92        Ricky Sanville

13th     30        Travis Billington

14th     86        Mike Ryan

15th     15j       Jesse Durkee

16th     3          Jeff Huntington

17th     631      Todd Buckwold

HEAT one: Steve Flint

HEAT two:  Terry WIlliams

Wells River Chevrolet Sportsman Coupe Feature (30 laps)

1          56        Chris LaForest

2          5          Tanner Siemons

3          O9       Tad Kingsbury

4          43        Earl Maxham

5          71        Josh Harrington

6          16        Brian Chaffee

7          20        Todd Hayward

8          33        Melvin Pierson

9          77j       Robert Kilburn

10        3          Jason Horniak

11        18        Cody Copeland®

12        12        Cody Gregoropoulos®

13        66        Tim Churchill®

14        17        Tyler Maxham

15        1          Jeremy Hodge

16        23        Derek Stearns

HEAT one: Earl Maxham

HEAT two:  Tad Kingsbury

USAC DMA Midgets Feature (20 laps)

Off returning the week of the 18th

C.A. Miller Limited Late Model Feature (12 laps

1st       15        John    Neddo

2nd      o4        Kelly    Miller

3rd       17        George Osgood

4th       32        Tyler    Trombley

5th       94        Cary    Moulton

HEAT one: Kelly Miller

Peanuts Auto 4-Cylinder Feature (20 laps)

1st       65        Robert Welch

2nd      9          Zach    Audet

3rd       66        Robert Audet

4th       5          Owen   Carbee

5th       49        Kevin   LaForest

6th       13        Jason  Porter

7th       60        Kyle     Ashford

8th       23        Brian    Lakin®

9th       89        Garrett Brown

10th     55        Rick     Stygles

11th     24        Bobby Bell

12th     27        Dustin  Towle®

13th     87        Don     Reynolds

14th     33        Daniel  Mears

15th     51        Westley           Blake®

16th     0VT     Kelly    Miller

17th     12        Devon Spinks®

            34        John    Duprey® DNS

            8          Brett    Fifield DNS

HEAT one:  Devon Spinks

HEAT two: Zach Audet

BRS WYKR Sprint Cars of New England

1st       61        Will Hull

2nd      17        Chris Donnelly

3rd       58        Clay Dow

4th       14        Jame Wright

5th       31b      Mike Bosco

6th       69        Floyd Billington

7th       41        Rick Stone

8th       12        Bill Guertin

            7x        Dan Douville DNS

HEAT one: Will Hull

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