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Updated points for the Fat Les Chip Stand Canadian Nationals and TAS Racing Sportsman Series after Friday night's events








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The Hill Speedway / Photos from The Hill Speedway's post
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Photos from The Hill Speedway's post

Another Season Points Championship in the books! What a great night with awesome people, amazing racers, and lots of Fast Cars!! Big thanks again to Kieth Lamphere at LAMPHERES TRUCK PARTS for Sponsering the race and To Space Mountain Fireworks for the spectacular display of fireworks to finish out our points season! 9/11/20 SNELL METALFAB SPONSERED RACE (non points)! A reminder the Thrill on the Hill is extended and will be holding three more non point races weather permitting, so the fun doesn?t stop? Hope to see you all Friday??? COME GET YOUR THRILL ON THE HILL!??
















































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Count Down Begins!!!! 2 more days until the Season Championship/ LAMPHERES TRUCK PARTS Sponsered Night! 30 Lap Features, DOUBLE ...

Count Down Begins!!!! 2 more days until the Season Championship/ LAMPHERES TRUCK PARTS Sponsered Night! 30 Lap Features, DOUBLE points!!!!! Fireworks?s at Dusk and a super Fun after Race Event! Friday Can?t come soon enough! Gates open 5pm Hotlaps at 6:30pm! Clear your schedules! Bring your cooler,friends, and chair for a Friday night of Fast Cars, Great Food, and some competitive exciting Fun!!!! COME GET YOUR THRILL ON THE HILL!!! Big thank you to Kieth Lamphere at LAMPHERES TRUCK PARTS for Sponsering this upcoming race and fireworks as well as past races! ?




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Williamson Bags Ten Thousand in Fall Nationals Triumph at Brockville



By: Tim Baltz



Day two of the Dirt Outlaw Apparel Fall Nationals at the Brockville Ontario Speedway presented by Natures Reality Botanical Blends, Hoosier Racing Tire and VP Racing Fuel, was action packed on a cool evening. Returning faces took the spot light along with a first-time winner.



The night kicked off with the held over 25 lap Mini Stock feature saw Jarrod Galway charges to the lead in the early going over Dan Cook and Mark Packer. Galway was looking to join James Clarke as the only two-time winner and was firmly in control by over a straight away. On lap 13 the great run for Galway came to a halt with a flat tire. On the restart Brandon MacMillan would take over the lead from Dan Cook while Galway was on the charge from the back and headed to the front. Despite a late charge by Galway and Mark Packer it was not to be as Brandon MacMillan finally grabbed his first career Mini Stock win. Mark Packer would take 2nd with Jarrod Galway Dan Cook and Tyson Slinger completing the top 5.



The 96 lap Mike LaSalle Memorial for the 358 Modifieds saw a battle between Mike Bowman and Luke Whitteker in the early going with Kyle Dingwall Michael Parent and Mat Williamson giving chase. Whitteker had a strong car but dropped off the pace on the back stretch, and was pushed back to the pits under yellow. When the green flew Bowman showed the way but Mat Williamson was making a charge to the front as he took 2nd from Kyle Dingwall. From there it was a regular Saturday night Merrittville Speedway battle between Bowman and Williamson as the put on a show with Williamson taking the lead on lap 28. As Williamson led the other driver on the charge was defending race winner David Hebert, who made his way to the top 3 and was charging after Bowman for the 2nd spot. Hebert made the move to the runner up position by lap 48 but still had a lot of ground to make up on the leader as he used the extreme inside lane while leader Williamson worked traffic perfectly running around the top side. Several late race cautions slowed the event which put Hebert, Bowman, Dingwall and Chris Herbison within striking distance. On a lap 78 restart Williamson used the top of the speedway to take the lead and pull away from Hebert and Bowman one more time and appeared to be on his way to victory lane. As the laps wound down David Hebert closed in and narrowed the gap by 2 car lengths with 10 to go. As the leaders approached lapped traffic Hebert was looking to make his move but Williamson was able to use the lapped cars to his advantage to pull away from Hebert and head to the checkered flag. Mat Williamson had been shut out of victory lane in his few appearances in 2020, on this night he would return in a big way taking the $9600 pay day which, before the start of the green flag, saw an extra $400 dollars added by GR Environmental to the winner?s share making it an even $10,000 and his 2nd Fall Nationals win. David Hebert?s attempt at back to back Fall Nationals wins came up one spot short in 2nd with Mike Bowman, Kyle Dingwall and Steve Bernier completing the top 5.



The 50 lap Mike LaSalle Memorial Sportsman feature took to the speedway and Jessica Power was looking for the weekend sweep after winning the held over feature on Friday night. Power took the lead over Johnathon Ferguson Gabriel Cyr Even Racine and Jarrett Herbison.  The Kingston native held a comfortable lead in the opening laps running the bottom but Ferguson showed how fast the outside lane was as he took over the lead on lap 9 with Power and Racine left to battle for 2nd and 3rd. With Ferguson in control Even Racine made his way to 2nd and began to quickly close in on the leader and the Granby champion was on the move and looking for the lead. At the halfway point Ferguson was able to keep the top spot as behind the Power and Herbison battled for the number three spot with Scott McGill moving into the picture in 5th. Power and Herbsion made slight contact in turn 4 while battling for third allowing McGill to moved by and drive away as he looked to close in on the race leaders. On lap 36 the great run and a shot at victory came to an end for Even Racine as he slowed with a problem. On the restart Ferguson had a new challenger in the form of Gabriel Cyr who was on the move after getting by Scott McGill for second and the battle was on. Despite a late charge by Cyr, Johnathon Ferguson was not to be denied as he became the first driver since Chris Herbison to win back to back Fall Nationals Sportsman races. Cyr crossed 2nd over Scott McGill, Cedric Gauvreau, who rallied from an early spin to finish 4th with Jessica Power completing the top 5.



The Action Sprint Tour featuring the 1000 Islands RV Crate Sprint Cars was full of action and a few tense moments in the 20-lap event as well. Right at the start coming the down the front straight away a scary 4 car tangle occurred as Rob Neely, Adrian Stahle, Jordan Hill and Eric Gledhill al flipped hard sending the field of 26 cars scattering to avoid. Amazingly all driver were able to walk away from the wreck unharmed. The 2nd green flag flew and Jesse Costa took over the lead and would pull away in the opening 3 laps before another red flag flew for DJ Christie, who rolled his car in turn 2. Christie would climb out unhurt as well. When the race went back green Costa continued to lead over Darren Dryden while Rick Wilson moved to third and was on the charge to catch the leaders by lap 6. On lap 7 another scary moment took place as Dale Curran spun on the front straight away and Brett Strattford had no place to go and slammed into the side of Curran?s car while Brian Nanticoke flipped into the infield. Nanticoke would be ok as he climbed out along with Brett Strattford, however the red flag remained out for an extended period of time as Curran had to be extricated from the car. Due to injuries suffered in the accident Curran was taken to hospital no further updates are available at the time of this release. When the green flew once again it was Costa in control over Dryden and Wilson as they pulled away from the field. Costa and Dryden were able to put some distance between themselves and Wilson and were closing quickly on lapped traffic. On lap 13 the red was back out as Dave McKnight tangled with Jacob Dykstra sending McKnight airborne in turn 1 pirouetting several times and amazingly did not get upside down. McKnight and Dykstra would be ok but they were done for the night. When the green flew Jesse Costa would pull out to a comfortable lead over Dryden and Wilson Allan Downey and Johnny Miller. Downey would find the fast line in the closing laps and would take 3rd from Wilson but that was as far he got as Jesse Costa held on for his first Brockville win over Darren Dryden Allen Downey Rick Wilson and Johnny Miller.



The Quebec Lightning Sprints also saw a first-time winner in their 12th event of the 2020 season and their first ever appearance at Brockville. Much like the Action Sprint Tour, this race began with a four-car flip in turn one off the initial green flag. All drivers were able to climb out un hurt but an extensive clean up delayed the start of the 20-lap event. When the green flew Yves Girard led the way over Maxime Foley Jeffrey Weare Tomy Moreau and Michael Benoit. Girard had a fast race car and was pulling away from the field and looked to be on his way to his first win. As the laps wound down and no cautions Maxime Foley was able close in and make it close but Yves Girard would not be phased by the late charge as he drove a perfect race to score his first win of 2020 over Foley, Weare, Moreau and Benoit.



Continuing with the red flag theme the start of the 20 lap Street Stock feature saw Kacey Huffman lose control on the opening lap flipping several times in turn 3. Huffman was able to climb out un injured. Several yellow flags slowed the event at the beginning but it had no affect on Adam Turner as he led the way over Justin Ramsay Austin Reid and Todd Raabe. Turner nearly swept both Vintage and Street Stock events the previous night and was in control of the race but Todd Raabe was on the move as he charged to 2nd around Ramsay and set his sights on Turner for the race lead. Raabe would close quickly as Turner stayed on the bottom of the speedway as the laps clicked off. Heading into turn three on the final lap Todd Raabe drove his car deep into the corner but would run out of time. After winning the Vintage Modified feature Friday night, Adam Turner would become the third driver in Fall Nationals history to win in two different classes in the same weekend joining Danny Johnson and Erick Rudolph, taking the 20 lap Street Stock event over Raabe, Justin Ramsay Austin Reid and Tyler French.



Sebastien Beauregard would lead the early laps of the 20 lap Mini Stock event with Tommy Bailey and defending race winner Alexis Charbonneau. Bailey would take over the lead and appeared to be headed for victory. Just past the halfway point Alexis Charbonneau had problems as he collected an infield tire in turn 2 but was able to continue on and make an epic charge from the back of the field. Bailey would continue to lead the way but Sebastien Beauregard and James Clarke were giving him all he could handle. On lap 13 Tommy Bailey?s run came to an end in turn 4 ending his chance at victory. On the final restart James Clarke tried at will to get by Beauregard while Charbonneau was right there to challenge making it a three-car battle. Clark would get by off turn 4 with three laps to go and march on to his 3rd win of the season and his first at the Fall Nationals. Beauregard crossed in 2nd followed by Charbonneau, Marc Andre Voyer and Christopher Cordeau.



The 12th edition of the Dirt Outlaw Apparel Fall Nationals presented by Natures Reality Botanical Blends, Hoosier Racing Tire and VP Racing Fuel was full of action and excitement and the staff and management want to thank everyone who made this event possible. Thanks to the Drivers, teams, sponsors and most importantly, you the race fans for sticking with us through tough times and making the most out of very memorable 2020 racing season.



The staff and management also would like to thank the following who contributed to contingency bonuses for Saturday?s portion of the Dirt Outlaw Apparel Fall Nationals: GR Environmental, Perry Fee, Hoosier Racing Tire, Dean Reynolds and the Empire Super Sprints, DIRTcar Northeast, Gary and Nate Vandermeer, Lori LaSalle, Supernant Truck Stop, Lambert Racing, Splash Well Drilling, Fat Les Chip Stand, Brian McDonald, Herbison Tree Service, Tammy Herbison, Mat Williamson, Stan Akey, Rick Wilson, Extreme Mobile Pressure Washing and Race Team 29, Gauvreau Transport, Jack Winger, Green Response Environmental, Power Motorsports, Henry?s Exhaust, Lafrance Performance, Mobile 1, Speedy Auto Service, Bicknell Racing Products and Greenshield Pest Control Inc.

 



Held over September 5th Results sponsored by 1000 Islands Toyota, Gerald Tallman Holdings and Tackaberry Construction



Mini Stock- 25 laps

BRANDON MACMILLAN, Mark Packer, Jarrod Galway, Dan Cook, Tyson Slinger, Dave Watchorn, Electra Supernant, (DNS) Teddy Baird and John Lamarche



Heat Winners: Teddy Baird/Dan Cook(Tie)



Results from 12th Annual Dirt Outlaw Apparel Fall Nationals presented by Nature?s Reality Botanical Blends, VP Racing Fuels and Hoosier Racing Tire:



Mike LaSalle Memorial 358 Modified- 96 laps

MAT WILLIAMSON, David Hebert, Mike Bowman, Kyle Dingwall, Steve Bernier, Michael Parent, Chris Herbison, JF Corriveau, Gary Lindberg, Fred Carleton, Joey Ladouceur, Yan Bussiere, Ryan Arbuthnot, Dalton Slack, Brianna Ladouceur, Kevin Hamel, Louie Jackson, Brian McDonald, Joe Banks, Corbin Millar, Corey Wheeler, Chris Raabe, Madison Mulder, Mario Clair, Johnathon Ferguson, Darren Peters, Lee Ladouceur, Steve Bernard, Tristan Draper, Luke Whitteker



Heat Winners: Mike Bowman, Luke Whitteker, Kyle Dingwall and Michael Parent



Fast Time- Luke Whitteker 14.741



Last Chance Showdown- Yan Bussiere



Mike LaSalle Memorial Sportsman- 50 laps

JOHNATHON FERGUSON, Gabriel Cyr, Scott McGill, Cedric Gauvreau, Jessica Power, Jarrett Herbison, Adam Rozon, Steve Turcotte, Ryan Stabler, Kalen Draper, Evan Reynolds, Eric Gauvreau, William Racine, Billy Cook, Ryan Buzzell, Jason Rose, Luke Carleton, Dylan Kirkland, Mario Genest, Dale Gifford, Fire Swamp, Michael Richard, Even Racine, Ricky Thompson, Domonick Merkley, Justin Saunders, Shane Stearns, Jamie Young



Heat Winners: Jessica Power, Gabriel Cyr, Jarrett Herbison and Johnathon Ferguson



Fast Time- Jarrett Herbison- 15.516



Last Chance Showdown- Ryan Stabler



Action Sprint Tour/1000 Islands RV Crate Sprints- 20 laps

JESSE COSTA, Darren Dryden, Allen Downey, Rick Wilson, Johnny Miller, Paul Klager, Lucas Smith, Tyler Ward, Matt Billings, Curtis Gartley, Larry Gledhill, Darrell Pelletier, Jacob Dykstra, Dave McKnight, Ryan Dinning, Dale Curran, Brett Strattford, Brian Nanticoke, Nick Sheridan, DJ Christie, Luke Stewart, Eric Gledhill, Lee Winger, Rob Neely, Jordan Hill, Adrian Stahle



Heat Winners- Lucas Smith, Jesse Costa, Darren Dryden and Rick Wilson



Quebec Lightning Sprints- 20 laps

YVES GIRARD, Maxime Foley, Jeffrey Weare, Tomy Moreau, Michael Benoit, Mathieu Durham, Raphael Neiderer, Eric Sundborg, Trevor Gaucher, Stephane St. Laurent, Terry Ladouceur, Eric Mireault, Thomy St. Sauver, Karl Letendre, (DNS)Benjamin Malo and Francis Laliberte



Heat Winners- Eric Mireault and Tomy Moreau



Street Stock- 20 laps

ADAM TURNER, Todd Raabe, Justin Ramsay, Austin Reid, Tyler French, Denis Hamel, Carissa Burrows, Angie Kirby, Doug O?Blenis, Patrick Easton, Terry Gorgerat, Steve Brady, Dominic Gauvreau, Adam Wells, Rob Murray, Martin Gagnon, Kyle Massey, Kacey Huffman, (DNS) Go Fast Teeple, Nick Merkley and Travis Neuman



Heat Winners- Justin Ramsay, Adam Turner and Adam Wells



Mini Stock- 20 laps

JAMES CLARKE, Sebastien Beauregard, Alexis Charbonneau, Marc Andre Voyer, Christopher Cordeau, Kyle Sopaz, Aidan Fletcher, Tommy Bailey, Dan Cook, Brittany Golden, John Lamarche, Curtis Lindsay, Tyson Slinger, Dave Watchorn, Sylvain Charest, Tyler Lamarche, Jamie Larocque, Pierre Picard, Brandon MacMillan, Frank Belair, (DNS) Jarrod Galway, Mark Packer, Josh French, Justin Jodoin, Ryan Brown and Electra Supernant



Heat Winners- Sebastien Beauregard, James Clarke and Aidan Fletcher
















































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Doug O?Blenis Nick Sheridan and Adam Turner Begin Fall Nationals Weekend with Huge Wins



By: Tim Baltz



The 12th annual Dirt Outlaw Apparel Fall Nationals by Nature?s Reality Botanical Blends, VP Racing Fuels and Hoosier Racing Tires and Sponsored by BOB FM and the Recorder and Times, featured one of the busiest nights in the history of the event. Three regular scheduled events headlined the night, but race fans were also treated to 6 held over events from September 5th. The action did not disappoint.



In the held over 358 Modified feature from September 5th kicked off the night and it was Mat Williamson jumping into the early lead in the 50 lap event with Luke Whitteker and Chris Raabe giving chase. The yellow would fly quickly as Ryan Arbuthnot would get turned around on the back stretch and with no place to go, Tristan Draper made heavy contact. Both cars were heavily damaged and were helped to the pits. Both drivers were ok. Mat Williamson seemingly had things going his way until a quick yellow on lap five slowed the field. Williamson, under caution, would slow his car to a stop and have to be pushed to pit road ending his night. This handed the lead to Luke Whitteker and the former track champion and Fall Nationals winner, made the most of the opportunity by pulling away from Chris Raabe, Lee Ladouceur, Mike Bowman and Madison Mulder. Whitteker who had struggled for the majority of the season would dominate the event and survive a late race restart to finally notch his first win of the year. Chris Raabe had his best finish of the year taking 2nd over Kyle Dingwall, Madison Mulder and Chris Herbison.



In Sportsman Jessica Power has had a fantastic season and she was also strong on this night, but Dylan Kirkland would steal the spot light taking the lead over Jarrett Herbison and Power. Herbison would charge to the lead but handling issues would affect his machine as he tried to hold on to the top spot. On lap 10 Herbison discovered the issue with his ill handling, as the right front would go flat ending his great run. Jessica Power took the lead on the restart and was in full control of the field with a fast race car on a very fast track. Johnathon Ferguson also was on the charge as he made his way to 2nd but had some work to do to catch Power. With a great handling car and Johnathon Ferguson not able to close the gap, Jessica Power would dominate the final half of the race, becoming the first two-time feature winner of the season taking the 25 lap event. Ferguson crossed 2nd over Dylan Kirkland, Scott McGill and Gabriel Cyr.



Luke Stewart in 2020 has been the driver with the worst luck when it came to the 1000 Islands RV Crate Sprint Car division as he has been shut out of victory lane all year. In the held over 25 lap event Stewart would jump to the lead over Dave McKnight and Allan Downey. Stewart?s car was on rails and with a fast car and no caution flags, the rest of the field had zero chance of catching the long time Modified driver as he broke through for his first career Crate Sprint Car win in the caution free race. Dave McKnight and Allan Downey filled out the podium.



Fire Swamp had been the story maker in the Sportsman ranks in 2020 and on this night it was no different. Swamp took the lead at the start of the 15 lap event but Andrew Young was putting the pressure on and giving Swamp all he could handle. Despite the efforts from Young, Fire Swamp proved to be too much as he scored his third Rookie Sportsman win of 2020 over Young and Blayden Arquette.



Todd Raabe was looking to keep his great season going and remain perfect on the year but it was Kyle Massey stealing the spot light in the 20 lap event as they held the top two spots with Terry Gorgerat completing the top three in the opening laps. Massey would take the lead from Raabe and was looking to grab career win number one. The veteran Raabe was not about to let that happen as he charged back by the leader with 5 laps remaining and would hold it the rest of the way to score his 4th win in a row. Kyle Massey scored the runner up spot over Denis Hamel, Brock Cullen and Peter Raabe.



Randy Gaudet was the star of the show in the 25 lap Vintage Modified feature, taking the lead early on over Jason Powers and Ryan Comeau. Gaudet and the rest of the top three were very quick and caught lapped cars early, which resulted in an early night for Gaudet, who tangled with traffic ending his night with a broken front end.  From here Jason Powers, Ryan Comeau, Josh Powers and Matt Barbour all battled hard for the lead but a fast track and hard racing would cause them issues in turns one and two. While fighting for the lead Powers and Comeau tangled in turn two as Josh Powers snuck by for the lead. Matt Barbour was not able to avoid contact and got collected in the mix up. All three cars were taken to the pits. In the end Josh Powers would lead the final laps in dominant fashion to record another Vintage win in 2020 over Steve Billings and Tim McColman. Kayla Charland claimed top honors as the highest finishing 50s and 60s car.



The Street Stocks kicked off the regular portion of the 12th annual Dirt Outlaw Apparel Fall Nationals and former Sportsman star at Brockville and current Canadian Modified driver at Brighton Speedway Doug O?Blenis was in control, in the same car that carried car owner Jeff Humphrey to the win a year ago, over Adam Turner, Austin Reid, Shawn Gregory and Rob Murray. O?Blenis was determined to get his first ever Brockville win but Adam Turner was hard charging as he put the pressure on O?Blenis in the opening laps. Shawn Gregory was also in the mix as he charged to third making it a three-way battle for the lead as these drivers put on a great show for the fans. On lap 21 the yellow flew as Todd Raabe tangled with Angie Kirby in turn 2 ending their nights and Raabe?s bid for 5 wins in a row. On the final restart O?Blenis was holding the lead while Turner was giving him all he could handle, but on this night, it was not meant to be. After several years of trying Doug O?Blenis finally put it all together claiming the big Fall Nationals Street Stock win over Adam Turner, Shawn Gregory, Peter Raabe and Patrick Easton.



The first ever event for the 1000 Islands RV Crate Sprints took center stage and it was action packed at the start of the night. On lap two Luke Stewart saw his bid for back to back wins go away as he spun in turn two. On the restart Jacob Dykstra had a scary moment as he would get out of shape and flip his car wildly in turn two bringing out the red. Dykstra would climb out without injury. In the midst of all that Nick Sheridan would assume the lead and have a dominant race car over Dave McKnight and DJ Christie. Sheridan who had never seen the track before this night, was driving like a veteran as he pulled away from a quality field. In the final laps Eric Gladhill would make a late race run as he charged to 2nd, but that was as far as he would get in the 25 lap contest. Nick Sheridan drove a perfect race as he became the first ever Fall Nationals Crate Sprint Car Champion. Eric Gladhill crossed in 2nd over Lucas Smith, DJ Christie and Darren Dryden.



After struggles early in the night Jason Powers was looking for redemption in the regular scheduled feature for the Vintage Modifieds as he took the lead with Adam Turner and Sheldon Hoogwerf giving chase. The lead was short lived as Turner, who was hired to driver the Brian Billings ride mere minutes before the start of the heat races, would take the top spot in traffic as he made great move in turn one. Powers was looking to get back to the leader but the laps were clicking off fast leaving little time for him to get there. After a let down finishing 2nd in the Street Stock evet in his own car earlier, Adam Turner would make up for it as the hired gun for the Billings team would notch his first ever Vintage win and first win at the Fall Nationals after years of trying. Powers settled for 2nd over Sheldon Hoogwerf, Tim Hegarty took the Ovide Doiron replica car to a fourth-place finish with Chad Lackie finishing 5th. Pat Charland would be credited with a win as the highest running 50s and 60s machine.



Night two of the Dirt Outlaw Apparel Fall Nationals takes center stage with another seven feature races including a 96 lap Mike LaSalle Memorial for the 35 Modifieds paying $9600 to the winner plus a 50 lap Mike LaSalle Memorial for the Sportsman paying $960 to the feature winner. Both races also have several contingency bonuses as well. Also on the card the Street Stocks are back, Vintage, Action Sprint Tour featuring the 1000 Islands RV Crate Sprint Cars, Quebec Lightning Sprints and Mini Stocks. If that isn?t enough, the Mini Stocks will pull a double dip as they will run their held over feature from September the 5th as well. Seven feature races will surely provide great action, to finish off the 2020 Fall Nationals.



A special thanks also goes out to the following who added contingency bonuses in all divisions for the September 5th show:



GR Environmental, Gary and Nate Vandermeer, Billings Automotive, 1000 Islands RV, King Edward Auto Parts, Merkley AG Tire, Supernant Truck Stop, Rob Hunter, Jonathan Nause, Valley Sales and Equipment, Event Medical Services, All Out Performance, Candles by Elight & CDB Candle, Rick at the Races, Hoosier Racing Tire, High Side Productions, McMillan Sales and Cartage, Tony and Kicki Simzer, Stan Akey, Shawn Hodge Flooring, Todd Raabe, John Lyng, Docks R Us/4 Points Sheraton, Gates Race Design, Glen and Yvonne Stewart, Thermo Stor, Splash Well Drilling, Tina?s Catering in Smiths Falls.



12th Annual Dirt Outlaw Apparel Fall Nationals a Craig Revelle Tribute, presented by Nature?s Reality Botanical Blends, VP Racing Fuels and Hoosier Racing Tires and Sponsored by BOB FM and the Recorder and Times Results:



Street Stock- 30 laps

DOUG O?BLENIS, Adam Turner, Shawn Gregory, Peter Raabe, Patrick Easton, Martin Gagnon, Rob Murray, Carissa Burrows, Brett Horner, Kacey Huffman, Todd Raabe, Angie Kirby, Shawn Hodge, Kyle Massey, Brian ?Go Fast? Teeple, Austin Reid, Mason Barkley, Dominic Gauvreau, Steve Brady, Terry Gorgerat, Travis Neuman, Jeff Bode, Jason Fontain, Adam Switzer, (DNS) Doug May, Dave Barrett, Brock Cullen, Brent Merkley and Denis Hamel



Heat Winners: Doug O?Blenis, Rob Murray, Adam Turner and Shawn Gregory



Vintage- 25 laps

ADAM TURNER, Jason Powers, Sheldon Hoogwerf, Tim Hegarty, Chad Lackie, Denzil Billings Jr., Pat Charland, Kayla Charland, Megan Ciglich, Tim McColman, Tim Charland, Darrell Wilson, Audy Bedard, Brian Powley, Bryan Mitts, Randy Gaudet, Steve Billings, Paul Billings, (DNS) Josh Powers, Ryan Comeau, Pete Stapper and Matt Barbour



50s and 60s Winner: PAT CHARLAND



Heat Winners: Adam Turner, Jason Powers and Kayla Charland



1000 Islands RV Crate Sprint Cars- 25 laps

NICK SHERIDAN, Eric Gladhill, Lucas Smith, DJ Christie, Darren Dryden, Rick Wilson, Rob Neely, Dave McKnight Jr., Brett Strattford, Paul Klager, Jesse Costa, Curtis Gartley, Ryan Dinning, Brian Nanticoke, Dale Curran, Luke Stewart, Allan Downey, Darrell Pelletier, Larry Gladhill, Jordan Hill, Tyler Ward, Adrian Stahle, Jacob Dykstra, Johnny Miller, Ryan Hunsinger, (DNS) Austin Reid



Heat Winners: Lucas Smith, Johnny Miller, Nick Sheridan and Jacob Dykstra



Held over events from September 5th: Sponsored by 1000 Islands Toyota, Gerald Tallman Holdings and Tackaberry Construction.



358 Modified- 50 laps

LUKE WHITTEKER, Chris Raabe, Kyle Dingwall, Madison Mulder, Chris Herbison, Joey Ladouceur, John Mulder, Joe Banks, Corbin Millar, Lee Ladouceur, Mike Bowman, Steve Bilow, Dylan Evoy, Bruce Makinson, Brian McDonald, Mat Williamson, Mikael Labreche, Ryan Arbuthnot, Tristan Draper, (DNS) Ryan Poole



Heat Winners: Mat Williamson, Luke Whitteker and Lee Ladouceur



Sportsman- 25 laps

JESSICA POWER, Johnathon Ferguson, Dylan Kirkland, Scott McGill, Gabriel Cyr, Xavier Perrin, Billy Cook, Tyler Stewart, Dale Gifford, Ryan Buzzell, Jamie Young, Kalen Draper, Jarrett Herbison, Shane Stearns, Cedric Gauvreau, Evan Reynolds, (DNS) Brent Kelsey and Justin Saunders



Heat Winners: Dylan Kirkland, Jarrett Herbison and Tyler Stewart



1000 Islands RV Crate Sprint Cars- 25 laps

LUKE STEWART, Dave McKnight Jr., Allan Downey, Curtis Gartley, Dale Curran, Darren Dryden, (DNS) Charlie Lynch



Heat Winner: Luke Stewart



Vintage- 25 laps

JOSH POWERS, Steve Billings, Tim McColman, Denzil Billings Jr., Paul Billings, Sheldon Hoogwerf, Brian Billings, Chad Lackie, Megan Ciglich, Kayla Charland, Darrell Wilson, Audy Bedard, Tim Charland, Brian Powley, Pat Charland, Pete Stapper, Jason Powers, Ryan Comeau, Matt Barbour, Randy Gaudet, (DNS) Andy Imbeault



50s and 60s winner: KAYLA CHARLAND



Heat Winners: Randy Gaudet, Brian Billings and Pat Charland



Street Stock- 20 laps

TODD RAABE, Kyle Massey, Denis Hamel, Brock Cullen, Peter Raabe, Shawn Hodge, Travis Neuman, Jeff Bode, Mason Barkley, Terry Gorgerat, (DNS) Jonathan Gallipeau and Brent Merkley



Heat Winners: Terry Gorgerat and Todd Raabe



Rookie Sportsman- 15 laps

FIRE SWAMP, Andrew Young, Blayden Arquette, Michael Delormier, Holly Denard, Trent Wallace, Nick Merkley, Nathan Lambert, (DNS) Mario Dupuis



Heat Winners: Trent Wallace and Fire Swamp
















































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Photos from Jukasa Motor Speedway's post

Trevor Thompson takes the checkers in OSCAAR Hot Rod Series action.



P2- Tom Walters

P3- Tyler Hawn




















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Sweet King of PASS Once Again on Mekkelsen RV Sales & Rentals Milk Bowl Friday; King, Martin, and Leblanc Grab Wins...read more at www.thunderroadvt.com.



Northeast Sports Network

Pro All Stars Series

North East Mini Stock Tour

Northfield Savings Bank

American-Canadian Tour
















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Penn Can Speedway / Dan Vauter will have a spot.
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Dan Vauter will have a spot.

Dan Vauter will have a spot.




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Penn Can Speedway / A post from Penncanspeedway
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A post from Penncanspeedway






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Practice this Friday 9/11
Pit gates open at 5:30       On the track at 7pm
Masks and social distancing required
Spectator gates ...


Practice this Friday 9/11

Pit gates open at 5:30       On the track at 7pm

Masks and social distancing required

Spectator gates remain closed




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Congrats to Kevin Nowak, tonight?s 50/50 winner

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Action shots from the Fall Series Finale. Copyrights belong to Ken Dippel  10-23-20
















































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Outlaw Speedway / Photos from Outlaw Speedway's post
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ERICK RUDOLPH FINALLY BREAKS THE ICE AT OUTLAW SPEEDWAY. 

Ransomville, NY speedster saves the best for the last night of the 2020 Fall Series Season.



Story by Kenny Shupp JR.



(Dundee, NY)  The Outlaw Speedway wrapped up its 2020 Fall Series this past Friday night and with no other race venues within a four hour drive competing against the Yates County oval, a huge car count of some 152 machines representing the Super 7 Show jammed into the pit area.

Third generation Ransomville, NY pilot, Erick Rudolph has logged thousands of laps around the Outlaw Speedway during his career having numerous events where he looked like the man to beat.  However, unforeseen issues and a multitude of runner-up finishes kept Rudolph out of victory lane in the Friendly Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram Modified Division.

That all changed on this night as he was able to put it all together, hold off a determined Tyler Siri who made a late race charge and was finally able to make it into victory lane.



With the draw/re-draw once again in effect, heat race winners, Ron Cartwright Jr. and The Doctor, Danny Johnson brought the twenty-four-car field to the opening green flag.  Cartwright would lead the first five laps before a flat tire would send him pit side for a quick change thus handing the lead over to Doctor Johnson who would lead the next three circuits.  Rudolph, who lined up inside the third starting row, had to work past the most recent Outlaw Speedway feature, Cory Costa and journeyman racer, Nick Nye before taking over the top spot which he would never relinquish.  Once in control and setting a torrid pace, Rudolph was only slowed twice for yellow flags with those coming on laps twelve and twenty-two with the latter almost causing Rudolph the race as it put track owner, Boss Man Tyler Siri,  right on the back bumper of the Ransomville native.  Siri put relentless pressure on Rudy over the remaining eight laps and on at least one occasion was side by side for the lead.  But Erick Rudolph was not going to be denied a trip to victory lane on this night and went on to the win by only a car length over Siri.  For Tyler Siri it was another bitter loss having chalked up countless brides maid finishes over the past four years since his last win at the track he owns and promotes.  Following the lead duo across the line at the completion of the thirty-lap affair was AJ Slideways, Alan Johnson who started sixth and advanced three spots.  Cory Costa was able to get by Bobby Varin late in the race as the two literally slugged it out for a top five finish.  Varin came from seventeenth on the opening grid to claim fifth. 



Five qualifying heat races were won by Tyler Siri, Alan Johnson, Steve Paine, Danny Johnson and Ron Cartwright Jr.   Dean Laughlin picked up the win in the consolation event for his first ever checkered flag.

 

In the Hoosier Tire Sportsman Division Zach George was able to back up his earlier Fall Series feature win on September 18.  Teammates Stacy Jackson and Tim Guild brought the field to the opening green flag, but George, who lined up sixth on the opening green wasted little time in getting to the point.  With only one yellow flag after the halfway mark on lap eighteen slowing the pace, George was able to pick up the win over a fast closing 2020 American Racer Tire Track Champion, Karl Comfort who is post season play has done double duty racing on both tire brands.  Alex Payne was looking to back up his win of two weeks ago on the Hoosier Tires, but came up a bit short in finishing third as he was chased across the line by invader, Dalton Martin while Guild would race within the top group all event and came home fifth.



Heats went to Brett Buono, Nichole Hoag, Stacy Jackson and AJ Lloyd. Nathan Peckham nailed the consi.



In the companion Sunrise Insulation American Racer Tire Sportsman, Karl Comfort was able to wrestle the lead away from Kenny Peoples Jr. on lap thirteen and cruise to the win.  For Comfort it was his third trip to victory lane on the American Racer Tires for the 2020 campaign and it backed up his Fall Series feature victory on October 9. Chris Fisher led in the early going from the drop of the green with Peoples taking control of the top position on lap five.  For the next seven laps the second-generation driver from Addison set the pace until the high-flying Comfort made a gutsy bottom side pass for the lead on lap thirteen and from there it was game over.  A multitude of caution flags as well as a lengthy red flag for the over turned machine of Ben Feldman in turns three and four slowed the pace, however on every restart Comfort was able to keep Peoples from visiting victory lane for the second time in the Fall Series as he would hold on to claim second at the double checkered flags.  Steve Davis was caught up in one of the early event caution flags, started last and like a hot knife thru butter mowed the field down but ran out of laps and had to settle for third while Chris Fisher drifted back to finish fourth. Brett Buono lined up sixteenth on the opening grid, took full advantage of the abundance of yellow flags and drove home for fifth.



The Stan?s No Tubes Street Stocks had a healthy field of some eighteen cars with Dale Dissinger and Jimmy Grant leading the field to the opening green flag.  Adam Depuy wasted little time in getting to the lead from his second row start spot and once out in front built up a commanding lead and with no cautions to bunch the field left sixth row starting, CJ Guererri little chance of chasing down the race leader and that is how they would finish as Depuy would park his potent machine in the Outlaw Speedway victory lane for the second time in post season play.  Jake Karlnoski would start third, run a steady race and wind up in third as he was followed across the line by veteran Street Stock competitor, Gene Sharpsteen who started twelfth while Kurt Stebbins would follow Sharpsteen thru the field to round the top five.



Heats were won by Jered Hill, Karlnoski and Sharpsteen.



In the Mighty 4 Cylinder Mini Stock twenty lap feature go it was Kenneth Evans leading from start to finish and like the Street Stocks there were no caution flags to slow the pace.  For Evans it was victory number two having won during the regular season as front wheel drive machines claimed all three podium spots with Cole Susice finishing second and three-time 2020 feature winner, Scott Lehman Jr. claiming third.  Rich Conte was able to fight off a determined Ray Hyer as the pair would round out the top five.



Mini Stock heat wins went to Hyer, Evans and Lehman Jr.



In the four previously run IMCA Hobby Stock Fall Series feature events, Marc Minutolo has been held back just one time as two weeks ago, Justin Eldredge was able to break the three-race win streak by Minutolo.  Eldredge looked poised to once again upend the Big Fella as Eldredge led the first twelve circuits before a flat time sent him pit side.  From there Tyler Burnell would inherit the lead and go on to his first win of 2020 in the season finale.  Two red flags would slow the pace, one for a multi car crash on the home straight away eliminating several cars and the other for a fire in the engine compartment of the Brian Lloyd car.  When racing would resume Burnell was not going to be denied the win as he was able to keep Minutolo at bay over the closing laps.  Jaredd Dennis once again proved why he is the 2020 Woodhull Raceway Hobby Stock Track Champion as he ran with the lead group all event long in claiming third.  Jeff Hand was credited for fourth at the finish while Casey Wagner rounded out the top five.



Heat wins were won by Justin Eldredge, Burnell and Hand. 



The final feature of the night was the IMCA Modified Division and with a sparce field on hand only one qualifying heat was required claimed by Keith Lamphere.  With rain in the offing and a light drizzle hovering over the Outlaw Speedway the racing surface was deemed to slippery to continue and the race was checker flagged early with Jared Sparling picking up his second win of the season and his first in Fall Series play.  Justin Chaddock was credited for second while 2020 Track Champion, Bad Brad Smith claimed third.  Rounding out the field was Rick Watt and Keith Lamphere who led early. 

Congratulations to all competitors.



With the drop of the double checkered flags on the IMCA Modified feature it also put a checkered flag on the 2020 race season at Outlaw Speedway.  With a forecast of some not so promising weather over the next week track owner, Tyler Siri had previously made the call earlier in the week that the October 30 event would be cancelled and with that the speedway will lay dormant until the spring of 2021.

Siri would like to extend his sincere thanks and gratitude to a tremendous driver base that supported the facility over some very tumultuous times during the COVID 19 Pandemic.  Even with a late start the track held twenty events including five during Fall Series action.  All this without any fans allowed into the grandstands as the track followed both Governor Cuomo and the New York State Health Departments stringent requirements to the letter.

In addition to a who?s who list of many of most talented competitors in the northeast, Siri also relied on a limited yet very dedicated group of loyal employees who worked tirelessly thru the most difficult of times as well as a large weekly viewing audience that tuned in each and every week to see the action on DirtTrackDigest.TV. 

With all the uncertainty surrounding the upcoming months due to the virus it is way to early to tell what the off season and upcoming 2021 season will hold, but rest assured as things develop they will be posted on the tracks Facebook and web site accounts as well as information coming out in press release form. 

Thanks again to all for their support of the Outlaw Speedway and we hope that when Tyler Siri swings the gates to open 2021 it will be a totally different environment than was experienced this past season.

Stay safe, stay healthy as we want to see you all back here next year!

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