(THOMPSON, CT) - Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park kicked off its annual Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing,
presented by Xtra Mart, on Friday, October 14th, setting the stage for an action packed weekend that will see several
track and series champions crowned as well as the champion of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Series on Sunday
The Speedway crowned its first of four track champions set to be named over the course of World Series weekend on
Friday with the first night of racing capped off by a 25-lap Late Model feature. William Wall looked to complete his
impressive 2016 campaign with a title after starting off the year strong with his first series win in the Thompson season
opening Icebreaker weekend. Wall tallied four wins overall this year leading into the World Series, but still held a scant
14-point lead on series regular Rick Gentes who only had one win coming into the series finale. Gentes drove a strong
and consistent season however, never finishing outside the top-6 and scoring eight top-5 finishes.
Wall started off strong, winning his heat race and securing more points for some added cushion entering the 25-lap
feature event, but Gentes would not make it easy for the young star as the two stayed within reach of each other
throughout the bulk of the race. Gentes and Wall held steady in positions two and three respectively for over half of the
event, surviving several early cautions in the process, and while their battle raged for a title it was Tom Carey, III who
ran away with the lead. Carey hung on to finish first, however his car would be disqualified in post race inspection for
illegal fuel leaving Gentes as the winner of the race. However, it was not enough to give the series veteran a title.
William Wall finished fourth in the event, more than good enough to secure his first title in the Late Models at Thompson
Speedway Motorsports Park.
“I kept (Gentes) in my front windshield the whole time being conservative, but at the same time aggressive it was a
really hard thing to do tonight. This whole Wall Motorsports team did such a good job all year. I can’t thank them
enough,” Wall said following his championship win. “We never said we were fast enough. We always went that extra mile
to get a little bit more and a little bit more. You have to keep up with these guys (in the Late Models). They’re the best.”
Much of the night leading up to the final Late Model race of the season featured qualifying and practice for the remaining
events of the Sunoco World Series weekend as well as a look into the past as several antique racing clubs took center
stage, paying tribute to the history of local racing and acknowledging the long history Thompson Speedway has with
motorsports in New England.
Starting off the night’s main events were the New England Antique Racers (NEAR), featuring a variety of historic cars
including everything from tribute vehicles to classic racers and paint schemes, offering a peak into the past in a ten-lap
showcase described as an “exhibition of the history of modified racing”. Mike Taschereau won the overall event with his
grandfather’s antique #27JR car, a vehicle dating back to the 1970s. Tom Maciag took home the trophy for the Sportsman
vehicles featured in the race with a Moose Hewitt themed car.
The Vintage Outlaw series continued the showcase of classic racecars as drivers of that club took to the track to show
off their own brand of hard driven competition. Racers brought refurbished historic racing vehicles in hopes of taking
home the hardware and after fifteen laps it was Jim Lowery who came home the winner. “It’s always fantastic to come
to Thompson and race,” Lowery said in victory lane. “I appreciate Thompson for inviting the vintage customers and
outlaws I compete with.”
Capping off the triple-header of antique clubs taking to the track were the Senior Tour Auto Racers (STAR) who held a
fifteen-lap feature dominated by Darryl Dutch, with Michael Keddy taking home a trophy for top finishing Sportsman car
in the event.
With day one of the Sunoco World Series in the books, day two will offer even more racing action with another track
champion set to be crowned. In addition to naming the track champion of the Mini Stocks at Thompson, the NEMA
drivers, Pro 4 Modifieds, Northeast Mini Stock Tour, Lite Modifieds, American Canadian Tour and Valenti Modified will
also showcase the best racing talent New England has to offer.
LATE MODEL FEATURE FINISH: 1. Rick Gentes (Harrisville, RI); 2. Ray Christian, Jr. (Uncasville, CT); 3. William Wall
(Shrewsbury, MA); 4. Nick Johnson (Rehoboth, MA); 5. Larry Gelinas (Buxton, ME); 6. Matt Lowinski-Loh (Milford, MA); 7.
Brian Tagg (Oxford, MA); 8. Scott Serydynski (West Greenwich, RI); 9. John Lowinski-Loh (Backstone, MA); 10. Jeff Smith
(Old Lyme, CT); 11. Christopher Garside (Waterford, CT); 12. Randy Tucker (Millis, MA); 13. Crystal Serydynski (West
Greenwich, RI); 14. Jared Materas (Westfield, MA); 15. Ryan Morgan (Mystic, CT); 16. Brandon Warren (Chicopee, MA); 17.
Corey Fanning (Mapleville, RI); 18. Louis Romiza (East Falmouth, MA); 19. Stuart Wheeldan; 20. Jeremy Lillie; 21. Michael
Bennett (Willington, CT); 22. Nick Uhrig; DQ: Tom Carey, III
NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUE RACERS FINISH: 1. Mike Taschereau; 2. Paul Jacques; 3. Steve Brown; 4. Tom Maciag; 5. Harry
Dutton; 6. Jack Proulx
VINTAGE OUTLAWS FINISH: 1. Jim Lowery (Tilton, NH); 2. Glenn Boss (Danielson, CT); 3. Gary Byington (Framington,
CT); 4. Ben LeVangie (Plymouth, MA); 5. Ron St. Germaine (Rochdale, MA); 6. Doug Sogolow (Canterbury, CT); 7. Bill
Boudreau (Coventry, RI); 8. Jim Kelly (East Marichs, Long Island, NY)
SENIOR TOUR AUTO RACERS FINISH (TOP-10): 1. Darryl Dutch; 2. Scott Poirier; 3. Jocelyn Laliberte; 4. Ed Milligan; 5.
Gregg Massini; 6. Tom Beauregard; 7. Charles Wilcox; 8. James Allen; 9. Unknown (#66); 10. Michael Keddy
Coming into Wednesday June 29, Coby had scored the victory at the annual Open Wheel Wednesday modified event in
2011 and 2013.
Coby grabbed his third trophy from Seekonk Speedway by winning round one of 2016 for the NorthEast Race Cars and
Parts Tri Track Open Modified Series Wednesday evening, behind the wheel of his No. 2 Dunleavy Truck and Trailer
Repair, LFR Chassis mount.
“I wasn’t even planning on getting out front, I was going to just ride fifth for a lot of the race then those guys gave
me the room,” Coby said following his victory.
“Whether I’m going to win or not in the end, I wanted to be in the lead and be in control, I’ve always said that about
these open shows. It’s easy for guys to roll up to your bumper here at Seekonk but when they go to pass you they
just slide the rear end.”
Coby was slated to go off seventh based on where he finished in his qualifying heat race, but during the redraw on
the track prior to the green, he drew a fourth behind the wheel of his No. 2.
He worked inside the top-five for much of the early portion of the race, riding fifth while drivers in front of him
tangled for the lead. He started making his move on lap 30 when he slid by Jon McKennedy to fourth. Then, Coby
made a move to the bottom, three-wide and quickly jumped to second.
He wheeled his No. 2 to the advantage over the rest of the field on a lap 40 restart and never looked back for the
remaining of the event. He held off challenges from McKennedy, Justin Bonsignore and Ron Silk in the final stages
and captured his first career win on the Tri Track Open Modified Series.
“This is huge LFR Chassis and all of my team,” Coby said. “It was up in the air what car I was going to come with.
This is a great series, Dick Williams, James Schaefer and these guys put a lot of time and money into these shows.”
Silk, who started outside the top-10 behind the wheel of his No. 50, quickly worked this way through the field and
was inside the top-five by the time the field hit the halfway point. He was all over the back bumper of Coby in the
final laps, but couldn’t find the way around to the big payday.
“Doug did a good job of protecting the bottom like you have to do to win the race,” Silk said. “I could roll the top and
get to his right rear, but I was just that much tight that I couldn’t hold him down and get by. It was good hard racing
in the front all night and really clean.”
Rowan Pennink drove the Gary Casella owned No. 25 to a third place run and he was followed across the line by Les
Hinckley, who piloted a Wayne Darling No. 52. Rounding out the top-five was Matt “Money” Hirschman.
The NorthEast Race Cars and Parts Tri Track Open Modified Series gets back on track at Star Speedway for the SBM
coming up on July 30.
EPPING, NH- Matt Hirschman took a liking to NH's Star Speedway the first time he raced there, and on Saturday
night he won his third major event SBM 125 Modified Open in five races, this time worth $10,400 plus contingencies
as the Northeast Race Cars & Parts Tri-Track Open Modified Series visited the quarter-mile oval in southern New
Hirschman, who hauled in from Northampton, PA., to race, pitted on lap 54 for a new right rear tire and worked his
way to the front of the 27-car field, passing Jon McKennedy (Chelmsford, MA.) on lap 100 for the lead. He then held
off a late charge from Les Hinckley (Windson Locks, CT.), including a restart with two laps remaining to claim the
top prize in front of an enthusiastic and near capacity crowd.
"This was an example of what kind of show that the Modifieds can put on when you have drivers that race that way
and show each other respect," Hirschman stated. "It comes at a time where I really needed a win. A BIG win.
"I hated that this race didn't happen last year. I'm glad that it's back and with a great crowd tonight, and another
solid car count I would think we will be back again."
McKennedy led the first 100 laps after drawing the pole in a top ten redraw, collecting a significant portion of the
bonus money paid out in the process. But he elected to not pit for a tire, and in the end it cost him. Les Hinckley
passed McKennedy on lap 115 for second place, earning the Woody's Auto Hard Charger Award" and his third
consecutive second place finish in the SBM.
Richard Savary, while attempting to pass McKennedy for a podium third place finish on lap 124, made contact and
McKennedy spun, with Savary being sent to the rear. This opened the door for Maine driver Josh Cantara to take
third from Ron Silk on the ensuing restart, where Hirschman outraced Hinckley to the line for the big win.
Silk and Justin Bonsignore rounded out the top five finishers of a race run off in rapid fashion, with no major
incidents and few caution periods. The next Northeast Race Cars & Parts Tri-Track Open Modified Series event takes
place at Ct's New London-Waterford Speedbowl on Thursday, August 25 for another event paying the winner $10,000
as part of a purse again expected to exceed $60,000.
Official Tri-Track SBM 125 V Finish: (Final payoff totals including bonuses TBA) 1. MATT HIRSCHMAN, 2. Les
Hinckley, 3. Josh Cantara, 4. Ron Silk, 5. Justin Bonsignore, 6. Andy Jankowiak, 7. Rowan Pennink, 8. Max Zachem,
9. Tommy Barrett, 10. Jon Kievman, 11. Kirk Alexander, 12. Chris Pasteryak, 13. Anthony Nocella, 14. Rob Richardi
Jr., 15. Jon McKennedy, 16. Mike Holdridge, 17. Russ Hersey, 18. Troy Talman, 19. Richard Savary, 20. Joe Doucette,
21. Andy Seuss, 22. Eric Berndt, 23. Carl Medieros Jr., 24. Jeff Gallup, 25. Mike Douglas Jr., 26. Dwight Jarvis, 27.
on Thursday at New London-Waterford Speedbowl, rocketing into victory lane behind the wheel of his No. 13 and
collecting the big prize of $10,000.
The Bellingham, Massachusetts driver started in fifth position, but was a threat all night long. He pitted early and
took a fresh tire, then drove through the entire field and eventually drove around race leader Richard Savary on a lap
88 restart in order to take down his first ever series win.
“I wasn’t sure what was going to happen there at the end,” Masse said. “The heat cycles killed (Richard) Savary’s
tires and I was able to get around him. I got a good restart and was able to stay to the outside of him going into turn
one — which is important here at Waterford. It all worked out in my favor.”
Masse had decided he was going to step away from the sport at the start of 2016 and spend time with family and
friends, but things changed quickly when June came around. Masse felt that urge to go back onto the track and he
elected to return to the Speedbowl on Thursday chasing the glory and the big bucks.
“This is only the third race of the year so it feels really good,” Masse said. “Earlier (this year) I just didn’t feel like
racing and I didn’t feel like competing. The fire all of a sudden came back and here I am.”
Richard Savary and Mike Holdridge brought the field of 27 modifieds to the green flag Thursday and Savary took
command early. Behind him, Masse made early ground from his fifth place starting spot to second and the two drove
away from their challengers — brining Rowan Pennink along with them.
The first caution of the event flew on lap 35, when Tommy Barrett spun his No. 44 at the end of the frontstretch and
quickly left the scene without damage. During the yellow, many drivers took advantage of the stoppage and went
down pit road — including Masse and Pennink — who gave up top-three runs to make adjustments.
A second caution on lap 35 also slowed the action when Les Hinckley got into the outside wall in turn four, then
another yellow flew on lap 49 when Andy Jankowiak spun in turn one. Geoff Gernhard spun on the backstretch on lap
52, drawing a fourth caution of the event while those on the track took advantage and came down pit road. Among
those pitting under the caution included Jeff Rocco and Calvin Carroll.
At the lap 52 green, Savary had a tough challenge from Woody Pitkat, who worked the outside and took over the
advantage at lap 53. Just as Pitkat got the lead, Dylan Kopec and Carl Mederios Jr. got together and crashed,
allowing Pitkat to hold the bottom for the restart on lap 54. Pitkat held the advantage over Savary until lap 60, when
Savary took back command with a bottom line move off turn two.
A pileup in turn one drew a caution on lap 61, then before long Eric Berndt spun from the top-10 down the
frontstretch on lap 66. Cautions also stopped the race on lap 77 and then on lap 88 twice, but the crucial point of
the race came on the restart on lap 88.
Savary, — who had been leading much of the race — was on the bottom for the restart but didn’t get the start he
needed to hold the advantage. Masse cleared him from the outside and Savary was left chasing him in the final laps,
trying everything he could to get back to the bumper.
“We took the strategy of staying out and not pitting at all because we started on the pole,” Savary said. “It was good
racing. We weren’t going to give up the track position it was going to be too hard to come from the back. It just
came down to a few yellows and Steve having a better tire than us.”
Sitting third at the conclusion of the 100 lap event was Pitkat, who said post-race that he thought he had something
for the top-two if the car didn’t tighten up in the final laps.
Pitkat did lead a few laps in the second half of the race, but ultimately, third was the position of finish for the
Stebbins Racing driver.
“I led for a little while there,” Pitkat said. “We just got a little bit tight there in the center in the last 40 laps and it
just never went away. I tried to do whatever I could to get it to rotate through the center. I’m just happy for my
guys. It’s a good momentum builder for us.”
Matt “Money” Hirschman finished fourth and Ted Christopher came on strong late to round out the top-five. Six
through ten was Justin Bonsignore, Tommy Barrett, Eric Goodale, Dennis Perry and Rowan Pennink.
The NorthEast Race Cars Tri Track Open Modified Series returns to action right back at the Speedbowl on Oct. 23 as
part of the Bemer’s Big Show weekend, the final race of the 2016 season. Lap sponsorships are available
immediately and can be purchased by contacting the series on Facebook or by email.
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS: NorthEast Race Cars Tri Track Open Modified Series; August 25, 2016:
Steve Masse, Richard Savary, Woody Pitkat, Matt Hirschman, Ted Christopher, Justin Bonsignore, Tommy Barrett,
Eric Goodale, Dennis Perry, Rowan Pennink, Ron Silk, Andy Jankowiak, Dwight Jarvis, Shawn Thibeault, Mike
Holdridge, Dylan Kopec, Geoffrey Genhard, Chris Pasteryak, Jeff Rocco, Calvin Carroll, Roger Coss, Jeff Gallup, Eric
Berndt, Todd Annarummo, Troy Talman, Carl Mederios Jr., Les Hinckley
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(THOMPSON, CT) - Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park saved the best for last in 2016, crowning several champions on the final day of the Sunoco
World Series of Speedway Racing, presented by Xtra Mart including a champion in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.
Defending series champion Doug Coby looked to earn his third consecutive title and fourth in the last five seasons after extending his points lead on
Justin Bonsignore and Timmy Solomito with a victory at Stafford Motor Speedway on October 9th. Coby came into the race with a 20-point advantage
over Bonsignore and a 48-point lead over Solomito and only needed to finish 16th or better to lock up the championship.
Coby started off the race on the right foot, qualifying for the outside pole next to Solomito who led the first portion of the event with Coby hot on his
trail. Things changed around lap-73 however when a caution brought the cars to pit road where Justin Bonsignore made up ground and Coby lost
ground setting up a battle between Solomito and Bonsignore for the second half of the event. While Coby kept his eye on the prize for a title, his
closest rivals for the championship battled it out for one last win of the season. Bonsignore finally took the lead with twenty laps remaining and would
hold on to win his fourth race of 2016 while Coby worked his way to a sixth place finish and a third consecutive title, a series record in the modern era
which dates back to 1985.
“Every (championship) is different and every one is special for a different reason. There’s many ways to win them and many ways to lose them. We just
found a lot of ways to win them. It goes back to preparation and having a car that’s just good everywhere we go. We obviously had a little better than
a sixth place car today but I had to play it cool and just keep my eye out for who was around me and what the situation was if the caution came out,”
Coby told reporters after securing the title. “I didn’t even want to be sixth. I would have rather been on the bottom if a restart had come later so I was
trying to get fifth, but I was playing it cool.”
When asked how it feels to be considered among the greatest in his sport and the only driver to ever win three consecutive titles since 1985, Coby said
he takes none of his titles for granted and knows how hard it is to win one title, let alone three.
“It’s neat, but it doesn’t matter what era you’re in. It’s difficult to win a championship and it’s still seventeen races and a war you have to win. We won
a lot of the battles. Tonight Justin Bonsignore won the battle and did what they had to do,” Coby said. “We just put ourselves in the position all year
with a really clean season. I don’t think there’s any question that during the season we just chipped away every week and got our wins.
As for Bonsignore, he called his race victory bittersweet, enjoying the moment of capping off his season with a strong win but lamenting on his failed
attempt to dethrone the champion in the closing months of the 2016 campaign.
“It’s probably the worst win we’ve ever had at Thompson under the circumstances, but there’s a lot worse things I could be doing with my life and I
get to race cars with a bunch of guys I call my friends,” Bonsignore said during his visit to victory lane. “We kept them honest for sure this year, but it
is a little depressing I’m not going to lie.”
Starting off the day’s racing action was the Xtra Mart Limited Sportsman series, which featured the tightest points race of the weekend as far as
track championships where concerned at Thompson. Ryan Waterman entered the final event of the season with a slim 10-point lead over Scott
Sundeen. The two drivers have been at the top of the class all year with Waterman recovering from a slow start in the Icebreaker to notch four second-
place finishes and seven top-five finishes prior to the season finale, using pure consistency to maintain his points lead on Sundeen who also had seven
top-five finishes including four third-place finishes and a single win in the August feature.
The race started with near catastrophe for both championship contenders as Corey Fanning spun in traffic, nearly collecting Waterman and causing
damage to Sundeen’s car forcing Sundeen to make repairs under caution. Sundeen was able to continue, but from the back of the field while Waterman
was able to maintain a position in the top ten for much of the 20-lap event. While it was not the strong showing fans have become accustomed to by
Waterman, the young driver managed a sixth-place finish, one spot better than Sundeen, to score his first Thompson track championship and he did it
without winning a single race in the Limited Sportsman series.
“It feels like it’s not happening,” Waterman said in victory lane. “I would have never guessed I would be able to do this. I knew (Sundeen) was in
trouble, but I was also in trouble because in the same wreck Scott Sundeen was in I bent something on the front end and the car was really slow.”
While Waterman celebrated a championship, another driver celebrated success in the Limited Sportsman season finale as Phil Jacques came home
with the race win after a hard fought battle with Brent Gleason in the closing laps. An emotional Jacques was brought to tears in victory lane as he
celebrated with his family by his side.
“I don’t even know what to say. Today is twenty years to the day from the first time I ever set foot here (at Thompson),” Jacques said. “We’ve lost a
lot of good friends this year and it’s been a little rough. I couldn’t do it without all these guys who helped me. We struggled. We were quick in practice
on Friday and yesterday the car was just junk. If you had asked me yesterday if I thought I’d be here today I would have told you ‘not a chance’.”
The Sunoco Modifieds also crowned a Thompson champion, but for many there was never a question who would hoist the trophy at the end of the day.
Keith Rocco has enjoyed a historic season, dominating the series with no finish worse than 4th coming into the final event, four wins and a 23-point
advantage over NASCAR Xfinity Series regular Ryan Preece. A finish of tenth or better would guarantee Rocco a title, but it would not come easy.
Despite starting in the back after skipping practice and qualifying days to run the NASCAR Xfinity Series race in Kansas, Ryan Preece made quick work
of the field and cracked the top five in the opening laps of the 30-lap feature. Preece worked his way to second place in the first half of the event,
engaging in an intense battle with Rowan Pennink while Rocco worked his way into a top five position as well. Preece made one final effort at
relinquishing the lead in the closing laps, finally making the pass on Pennink on the final lap after seemingly running Pennink into the top groove to
secure a win. However it was not enough to best Keith Rocco who took the title in the Sunoco Modified division at Thompson with yet another top-five
finish, ironically his worst finish of the 2016 campaign.
“We definitely hit something in August with the car. Even today we weren’t at our best, but we were good enough,” Ryan Preece said after the victory.
“I was just kind of riding there behind Rowan (Pennink) between laps ten and twenty watching his car, seeing when it was going to start freeing up.
Right when it did I think I beat on it a little too early and I freed myself up. I knew I wasn’t going to get him on the outside so I started working the
bottom - I’m sure Rowan has (ran me up the track) before. Racing is racing if you look at it like that.”
The champion, Keith Rocco, reflected on an impressive 2016 Sunoco Modified campaign where only himself and Preece reached victory lane noting
that he took a conservative approach in the final race of season to try and capture yet another Thompson track title.
“It was tough. There’s time when you’ve really got to think about the big picture. The way the racing has been up here it’s been getting pretty rough
for the leader so we didn’t really want to put ourselves in a predicament,” Rocco said. “You race all year for that one trophy. You race every night for a
trophy, but it’s pretty special to get this one because it’s not just one night. It’s a whole season.”
The International SuperModified Association also crowned a champion at Thompson at the Sunoco World Series. Providing some of the fastest racing
of the weekend, the ISMA series drivers took to the track for a 50-lap feature where Mike Lichty hoped to put the finishing touches on a championship
run. Looking to chase down the title himself, defending champion Dave Shullick, Jr. put on an impressive performance, staring from the front and doing
everything he could to wrestle the points lead away from Lichty.
Shullick had a little help after Lichty experienced mechanical issues in the middle of the race, forcing him to retire and surrender the title to Shullick
who not only repeated as series champion, but as winner of the Sunoco World Series ISMA race at Thompson Speedway with a dominant flag-to-flag
“This car has been amazing all weekend,” Shullick said after his win. “We just tried to be calm with it and not make a mistake. We figured it would be
good at the end and it was – Hats off to Mike (Lichty) and the tough battle they gave us all year.”
Finally in the NEMA Lites, PJ Stergios came home with a victory in that series’ penultimate race of the season. Stergios, who grew up racing quarter
midgets at Thompson’s Little-T, outraced his points rival Jim Chambers to the line. Chambers edged closer to a championship with a runner-up finish
while Stergios put some distance between himself and Danny Cugini, who was unable to start the event due to engine issues, for the second spot in
the standings with one more race on the schedule.
NASCAR WHELEN MODIFIED SERIES SUNOCO WORLD SERIES 150 FINISH TOP-10: 1. Justin Bonsignore (Holtsville, NY); 2. Ryan Preece (Berlin, CT); 3.
Jimmy Blewett (Howell, NJ); 4. Donny Lia (Jericho, NY); 5. Timmy Solomito (Islip, NY); 6. Doug Coby (Milford, CT); 7. Woody Pitkat (Stafford, CT); 8.
Eric Goodale (Riverhead, NY); 9. Matt Swanson (Acton, MA); 10. Dave Sapienza (Riverhead, NY)
XTRAMART LIMITED SPORTSMAN SERIES FINISH TOP-10: 1. Phil Jacques (Dudley, MA); 2. Brent Gleason (Griswold, CT); 3. Corey Hutchins (Salem,
CT); 4. Chris Meyer (Norwich, CT); 5. Dwayne Dorr (Ledyard, CT) ; 6. Ryan Waterman (Daneislon, CT); 7. Scott Sundeen (Sutton, MA); 8. Jack Aquilina
(Oakdale, CT); 9. Rob Janovic, Jr. (Waterford, CT); 10. Al Stone (Durham, CT)
SUNOCO MODIFIED SERIES FINISH TOP-10: 1. Ryan Preece (Berlin, CT); 2. Rowan Pennink (New Egypt, NJ); 3. Ronnie Williams (Tolland, CT); 4. Woody
Pitkat (Stafford, CT); 5. Keith Rocco (Berlin, CT); 6. Matt Gallo (Berlin, CT); 7. John Studley (Framingham, MA); 8. Danny Cates (Chaplin, CT) ; 9. Nick
Salva (Prospect, CT) ; 10. Mike Benevides (Westerly, RI)
NEMA LITES FINISH TOP-10: 1. PJ Sturgios (Newmarket, NH); 2. Jim Chambers (Atkinson, NH); 3. Joey Sipriano (Waterbury, CT); 4 Todd Bertrand
(Danielson, CT); 5. Anthony Payne (Fair Lawn, NJ); 6. Ben Mikitarian (Northborough. MA); 7. Chad Labastie (Uxbridge, MA); 8. Meg Cugini (Marshfield,
MA); 9. Nikki Carol (Andover, NJ); 10. Kevin Iannarrelli (Shirley, MA)
ISMA FINISH TOP-10: 1. Dave Shullick, Jr. (North Ridgeville, OH); 2. Mike Ordway, Jr. (Windham, ME); 3. Mark Sammut (London, ON); 4. Ben Sietz
(Bourne, MA); 5. Mike McVetta (Wellington, OH); 6. Timmy Jedrejzek (Independence, OH); 7. Chris Perley (Rowley, MA); 8. Mike Netishen (Auburn, NH);
9. Allison Cumens (Glenmoore, PA); 10. Joey Payne (Madera, CA)
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|Matt Hirschman SBM 125
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