Jason Gray back on top in the DIRTcar Sabil & Sons Sportsman Mods
As well as Jason Horniac in the DIRTcar Wells River Chevy Sportsman Coupes
Feature winners for the Swenson Insurance night at the Ridge: Jason Gray in the Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Jason Horniac for the overlall in the DIRTcar Sportsman Coupes, Seth Carlson in the USAC DMA Midgets; Matt Piper in the C.A. Miller Limited Late Models, Jesse Dunham in the LaValley Building Supply Dirt Stockers, Jason Porter in the Peanuts Auto Four Cylinders, and Tom Chaffee and Brando Igo in the Granite State Mini Sprints 500 and 600’s.
Jason Gray get win number three in the DIRTcar Sabil & Sons Sportsman Modifieds beating out Jordan Fornwalt. Mike Dunn starting on the pole position was able to hold on to final victory lane spot coming home in third. Matt Lashua and Mike Ryan rounded out the top five.
The Full Moon and Coupe Madness make for plenty of racing excitement
Chris Donnelly wins in the WYKR Sprint Cars of New England
The John Poor Memorial night sponsored by Walker Motors Inc of Woodsville NH feature winners were: Ryan Christian in the Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Josh Harrington for the overlall in the DIRTcar Sportsman Coupes, Nicholas Longley in the C.A. Miller Limited Late Models, Troy Prentice in the LaValley Building Supply Dirt Stockers, Buddy Welch in the Peanuts Auto Four Cylinders, and Chris Donnelly in the WYKR Sprint Cars of New England.
A new face out Jason Gray’s attempt to claim another win in the DIRTcar Sabil & Sons Sportsman Modifieds beats. Ryan Christian is the lucky dog this week, starting from sixth place he had the machine to beat, as he worked his way to the front to take over the point with ten to go. From there he sailed on to his first win of the season beating out Wayne Stearns and Jason Gray who made it to the final victory lane spot on the last lap. Kyle Ashford has his best run of the season holding on to fourth with Mike Ryan completing the top five.
Eric Lindblad wins the Mike Estrada State Farm 4 Cylinder Enduro
Jason Porter back on top in the Peanuts Auto LLC Four Cylinders
95.3 & 107.1 the Wolf feature winners were: Tanner Siemons in the Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Cody Gregoropoulos in the DIRTcar Sportsman Coupes, Will Hull in the USAC DMA Midgets, Jason Porter in the Peanuts Auto Four Cylinders, and Eric Lindblad in the State Farm Mike Estrada 4 Cylinder Enduro.
In the DIRTcar Sabil & Sons Sportsman Modifieds Jason Gray didn’t get the finish he was looking for, with a new face crossing the line ahead of him. Tanner Siemons will be credited for breaking the Grey winning streak as he is the one who took the lead and the checkers for their main event. Coming home in second was Walt Hammond, with Gray filling in the final victory lane spot. Robert Tucker and Walter Hammond (little Walt) completed the top five.
Jason Gray wins 3rd DIRTcar Sabil & Sons Sportsman Modifieds
Seth Calson wins the USAC DMA Midgets
Twin State Ford of St Johnsbury VT feature winners were: Jason Gray in the Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Jason Horniac in the DIRTcar Sportsman Coupes, Seth Carlson USAC DMA Midgets, John Neddo in the C.A. Miller Limited Late Models, Tyler Terry in the LaValley’s Building Supply Dirt Stockers, and Buddy Welch in the Peanuts Auto Four Cylinders.
In the DIRTcar Sabil & Sons Sportsman Modifieds Jason Gray once again comes from the final qualifying position capitalizing on some early lap cautions to use the restarts to make his way to the front and claim his third win of the season. Richie Simmons made his way to the pole position holding on until Gray knocked on his door on lap twenty-nine. Richie watched his chance at a win slip away as Gray cruised on to claim the checkers. Matt Lashua was the final one to complete the victory lane trio. Todd Buckwold and Jordan Fornwalt completed the top five.
Jason Grey in the Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds and
Josh Harrington in the Wells River Chevrolet DIRTcar Sportsman Coupes make history breaking the ice to be first feature winners of the COVID-19 2020 season
The wait is finally over and it was evident with the exceptional car counts and racing excitement afforded the Bear Ridge Speedway drivers and their supporters. In accordance with the VT state guidelines, the drivers were able to compete, but with the absence of fans. The COVID-19 busters to claim the gold on week 8 the first week of the season at the Ridge were Jason Gray in the Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Josh Harrington in the DIRTcar Sportsman Coupes, Tyler Trembley in the C.A. Miller Limited Late Models, Kaleb Shepard in the LaValley’s Building Supply Dirt Stockers and Robert “Buddy” Welch in the Peanuts Auto Four Cylinders.
ARE YOU READY TO RUMBBBBBLLLLLEEEEEE??? The Dirt will fly at the famed Bear Ridge Speedway Saturday June 20th!!!
With some restrictions in place
Saturday June 20th will see some of the best cars and stars in New England taking the first green flag of the COVID-19 season. Restrictions continue to be eased and with it comes the ability to have racing at the Ridge once again. Unfortunately, we can have NO general admission grandstands at this time. As we continue thru the summer, we are anticipating more easements, and eventual opportunity to have you all back at the track. With no general admission grandstands no one under the age of 10 will be allowed on the property. If you are unable to attend you can watch your driver’s progress on RACE Monitor. Saturday June 20th will be sponsored by one of our many long-time sponsors Wells Rive Savings Bank. During these difficult times we cannot thank all of our sponsors enough for their continued support. Without them and all of you we would not be able to make racing happen.