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U.S. ARMY EVENT WINNERS



THE LAST THURSDAY NIGHT OF THE SUMMER.....THURSDAY, AUGUST 25TH - JET SERVICE ENVELOPE/ACCURA PRINTING ......LATE MODELS, BOND TIGER SPORTSMAN AND ALLEN LUMBER STREET STOCKS WILL BE IN ACTION PLUS RUN-WHAT-U BRUNG....GENERAL ADMISSION GATE OPENS AT 5:15....PIT GATE OPENS AT 4:00pm....POST TIME: 7:00.........
Fleury Claims Checkers On U.S. Army Recruiting Night

Fleury Claims Checkers On U.S. Army Recruiting Night

 

Shawn Fleury of Middlesex grabbed the lead from rookie Chris Pelkey of South Barre on a late-race restart, then went on to claim his second victory of the season in the 50-lap main event for the Thunder Road Late Models.

Pelkey took the lead from pole-sitter Scott Coburn of Barre and stayed in front until the second caution of the event flew on lap 46. Fleury, on the outside of the front row on the ensuing restart, took over the top spot on lap 47. Nick Sweet of Barre charged from 15th starting position to take second place, while Pelkey finished for third.

Martin Takes Triple 25ís, Morris Wins Late Models On Cody Chevrolet Night

Martin Takes Triple 25’s, Morris Wins Late Models On Cody Chevrolet Night

Mike Martin of Craftsbury Common won two segments to claim the Tiger Triple 25’s on Cody Chevrolet Night, while Boomer Morris of Barre made a late move to earn the win in the Thunder Road Late Models.

Martin’s victory was his third of the season in the Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen division. Mark Barnier of Essex Jct. finished tied with Martin on overall points with 13 each after the three segments, but Martin earned the tiebreaker, and the victory, based on his better finish in segment three.


Kyle Botala Wins 32nd M&M Beverage Enduro

Kyle Botala Wins 32nd M&M Beverage Enduro

Davis Inherits Win in Street Stock Special

 

Grand Isle’s Kyle Botala outlasted a field of 114 cars to win the 32nd Annual M&M Beverage Enduro at Barre’s Thunder Road on Sunday, August 7.

 

Botala, one of four members of his family in the field, was running second to Joshua Muir on lap 169 of the 200-lap event when Muir suddenly went to pit road, handing Botala a one lap lead over former Late Model driver Jeff Spooner. Although Spooner was able to unlap himself just past the 180-lap mark, he was involved in an incident shortly after, allowing Botala to cruise to the $3,000 payday.