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Derrick O'Donnell puts an exclamation point on his title bid by collecting his fourth win of the season. Read more below.



 

LATE MODEL POINT LEADER DERRICK O'DONNELL COLLECTS FOURTH WIN OF SEASON ON CODY CHEVROLET CADILLAC NIGHT. MIKE BILLADO AND KEVIN STREETER WITH TIGER SPORTSMEN AND STREET STOCK FEATURES.....37TH COCA-COLA LABOR DAY CLASSIC SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 AT 1:30PM.....
2015 Cody Chevrolet Cadillac Night

O’Donnell Puts Exclamation Point on Title Bid with Fourth Win of Season on Cody Chevrolet Night

 

N. Haverhill, NH’s Derrick O’Donnell put an exclamation point on his bid for a third consecutive Thunder Road championship by making a late charge for his fourth win of the season Thursday, August 27 on Cody Chevrolet Cadillac Night.

 

O’Donnell broke out of traffic late in the 50-lap main event and sliced through the front of the pack, passing cars low and high before reaching leader Mike “Beetle” Bailey. The two-time defending champion then swung to the outside of Bailey and grabbed the top spot with just three laps remaining.


2015 Cody Chevrolet Night

Thursday Finale at Thunder Road on Tap with Cody Chevrolet Night

 

The 56th Thunder Road Thursday night season concludes this Thursday (August 27) with Derrick O’Donnell inching closer to his third “King of the Road” crown on Cody Chevrolet Cadillac Night. N. Haverhill, NH’s O’Donnell has a commanding lead with two races to go, but every spot will be critical this Thursday and in the upcoming Labor Day Classic.

 

O’Donnell piloted his #60VT Late Model to a second-place finish in a caution-free main event last Thursday night. The result extended his overall lead over Barre racers Nick Sweet and Cody Blake to 68 and 74 points, respectively, with an 85-point gap to Graniteville’s John Donahue. A strong run for O’Donnell and his Mascitti Bros. Racing team this Thursday on their sponsor’s night could put a stamp on a record-tying third straight track championship.


2015 Jet Service/Accura Night

Badore Scores Triple Crown with First Late Model Win on Jet Service/Accura Night

 

Milton’s Eric Badore held off point leader Derrick O’Donnell to score his first career Thunder Road Late Model win and the “Triple Crown” in the Jet Service Envelope/Accura Printing Trophy Dash on Thursday, August 20 in front of a full house at the Barre high banks.

 

The second-year driver started on the pole and led the whole way in the caution-free 50-lap feature, but Island Pond’s Brett Gervais followed him like a shadow for most of the event. N. Haverhill, NH’s O’Donnell entered the fray in the final 10 circuits and began working Badore’s outside with three laps to go.