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2015 Enpro Services/Safelite Auto Glass Night

Sweet Thrills With Late Pass for Win on Enpro/Safelite Night


Barre’s Nick Sweet picked up his second Thunder Road Late Model win of the season with a thrilling performance late in the Enpro Services/Safelite Auto Glass Trophy Dash on Thursday, August 6.


Sweet started 11th and was looking to the outside of Montpelier’s Josh Demers with two circuits remaining in the 50-lap feature when Shawn Fleury spun in turn 1, bringing out the third caution and setting up a green-white-checkered dash to the finish. Sweet got the nose up on the restart and rode the momentum on the outside groove to the win, exiting his car to thunderous applause in Victory Lane.

2015 Enpro Services/Safelite Auto Glass Night

Thunder Road Season Hits Homestretch with Enpro/Safelite Night


Thunder Road’s 56th season of racing hits the homestretch this Thursday, August 6 with Enpro Services/Safelite Auto Glass Night. With four Thursday nights remaining for the Thunder Road Late Models, Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen, and Allen Lumber Stocks, every move on the ¼-mile oval counts as teams position themselves in the championship chase.


This Thursday has post time moved back half an hour to 7:00pm, which is in effect for all remaining Thursday night events.

2015 M&M Beverage Enduro 200

Turner Captures M&M Beverage Enduro 200


Milton’s Richie Turner came out on top of a field of 103 cars to win the 31st M&M Beverage Enduro 200 at Thunder Road Speedbowl on Sunday, August 2.

The Airborne Park Speedway Renegade driver assumed the lead near the 2/3 mark of the event when then-top cars Terry Pearce Jr., Andrew Hill, and Jesse Switser all experienced problems and were forced to pit within a few laps of each other. Turner then steadily pulled away and finished the event two full laps ahead of the field.