DEVIL’S BOWL SPEEDWAY (Sun. 8/12 Photos)
Hackel, Douville Sizzle in Sprint Car Twin 20s at Devil’s Bowl Speedway
Scarborough continues hot streak in Sportsman Modifieds
WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Bobby Hackel and Danny Douville rocked the house at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Sunday, August 12, as the Sprint Cars of New England (SCoNE) tour invaded Community College of Vermont Night for a special Twin 20s event that produced a pair of exciting finishes. Meanwhile, in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series action, Joey Scarborough continued his hot streak and Brent Warren, Joey Trudeau, Johnny Bruno, and Jessica Moquin also visited victory lane.
“King of the Road” Battle Still Up for Grabs Entering Premium Mortgage Night
Barre, VT – Barre’s Thunder Road takes another giant step in the 2018 “King of the Road” chase this Thursday, August 16 at Premium Mortgage Night. Just two rounds remain in the fight for the Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Model title, and the multi-way battle could go in any direction over the coming two weeks.
Three veterans of the Late Model ranks remain very much alive in their pursuit of a track championship. South Burlington’s Trampas Demers sits atop the standing entering Thursday’s 50-lap main event. The longtime weekly racer jumped to the top of the heap with a victory two weeks ago and maintains a 13-point edge over Milton’s Scott Dragon. Barre’s Jason Corliss is 18 points behind Demers in third.
Bear Ridge Speedway Photos
Saturday, August 11, 2018
(All Credit Alan Ward)
While moisture once again surrounded a lot of the adjacent areas Bear Ridge Speedway stayed dry and put on some fantastic racing on Swenson Insurance night. Joining the regular divisions of the 99Rock Weekly racing Series was the Wingless Auto Club along with Kids Rides, which makes the night one of the favorites for the children.
Hodgdon Wins Triple Crown Finale & Championship on Cody Night
Barre, VT – Craftsbury Common’s Joel Hodgdon took home all the marbles at Cody Chevrolet Cadillac Night on Thursday, August 9. The Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tiger point leader stood tall against every challenger to capture the Myers Container Service Triple Crown finale, securing the championship in the 3-race series to go with it.