From the first green flag to the last checkered flag the racing was intense on June 18th.
The Twisted Tea Dwarf Cars went into the night with a very close point battle. Only 16 points separating the top 6 cars. "Uptown" Tommy Smithers got tangled up in a wreck in his qualifier sending him scrambling downtown to find a new radiator. He was able to get the radiator changed and able to return for the main event. It was a wild one. With only a few laps to go, Jason Wyman made contact with another driver and sent the field scrambling. This sent Dave Gyger #93 air born rolling his car, coming to rest on his roof. Thankfully Gyger was ok. "Downtown" Bobby brown also involved in this wreck and went to the pit area on the hook. Tough break for several drivers. Once the green flew once again the battle continued on the track for a few short laps, when all the dust settled we saw a very happy Jim Wentworth #26 take home the win. The #29 of Mark Wiggett came home 2nd and Justin Marsan in the #4 finished out the podium with a 3rd place finish.

Dwarf Cars Finish
1) 26 Jim Wentworth
2) 29 Mark Wiggett
3) 4 Justin Marsan
4) 7 Eric Corum
5) 88 Jason Wyman
6) 01 Norman Forest
7) 40 Derrick Marsan
8) 21 Jeremy Labrecque
9) 27 Robert Brown
10) 93 Dave Gyger
11) 41 Jeff Ainsworth
12) 17 Tyler Jones
13) 60 Tom Smithers

The Dads 4 by Tool and Supply Kids Truck division show improvement week in and week out. Youngster Nathaniel Parkin #88x returned this week after making heaving contact with the turn 4 wall the last race. He came back strong and was on a mission as he crossed the finish line in the top spot. The #27 truck of Robby Gordon Douglas saw victory lane once again in the 2nd positon and round out the top 3 was the #88 " The Green Machine" Nate Walton.

Kids Trucks Finish
1) 88x Nathaniel Parkin
2) 27 Robby Gordon Douglas
3) 88 Nate Walton
4) 15 Christopher Pierce
5) 41 Matt Frey
6) 51 Tyler Thompson
7) 02 Zachary Deaton
8) 99 Madison Heitz

Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Mini division had a few new faces running up front most of the night. The racing is action packed in the division. Definitely leaving the fans waiting till the last lap to see who will come out on top. Our winner of the evening has not won a race since 2001 so he was a very happy gentlemen carrying the checkered flag, Scott Senecal in the #17 took home the win. The 2nd place finisher has not placed out of the top 3 since this year, Scott Corey in the beautiful #02 grabbed second and Jarred Ainsworth rounded out the top 3.

Strictly Minis Finish
1) 17 Scott Senecal
2) 02 Scott Corey
3) 94 Jarred Ainsworth
4) 87 Donald Judd
5) 31 Brett Jackson
6) 10 Christian Laflamme
7) 91 Keri Sicard
8) 19 Dave Driscoll
9) 12 John Knight
10) 37 Dustin Jackson

20 Wells River Chevy Tigers started the main event. This race never seems to have enough laps as they battle door handle to door handle lap after lap, bumping the back bumpers of the cars in front of them to let their team mates know they are there. If you haven't been to the track this year to watch the races this is definitely one race you don't want to miss.The #77 machine of Andrew "Bam" Wright caught on fire, speedway safety crews were quickly on scene extinguishing the fire. Hopefully there wasn't much damage and Wright will be back next weekend. Once the laps quickly came to end Steven Heitz in car #99 was victorious. Current Point leader Shane Sicard, #4, brought home 2nd. The #9 of Matt Morrill finished out the podium with a solid 3rd place finish.

Tigers Finish
1) 99 Steven Heitz
2) 4 Shane Sicard
3) 9 Matthew Morrill
4) 94 Randy Dockham
5) 15 Travis Calkins
6) 33 David Allbee Jr.
7) 41 Stephen Hodgdon
8) 88 Todd Colpitts
9) 74 Justin Eldridge
10) 71 Evan Amour
11) 37 Kaleb Rogers
12) 54 Colin Cornell
13) 84 Elwin Sidney
14) 64 James Capps
15) 17 Desirae Sicard
16) 66 Tim Churchill
17) 28 David Baron Sr
18) 18 David Baron Jr.
19) 77 Andrew Wright
20) 3 Anthony Tompkins

The fans were on their feet for the entire 50 lap Napa Late Model Feature. A good points battle going into the evening. " Flooring" Oren Remick sat in the 2nd place point spot going into the night but Remick didn't run with us this weekend as he decided to run the ACT event held at Speedway 51 in Groveton, Nh. This shuffled the points battle up a little bit. The #3 of Bernie Langtane took a hard hit into the backstretch wall ending his night early. Thankfully he was ok and we hope to have him back this coming weekend. The racing was second to none. Quinny Welch and Stacy Cahoon battled hard lap after lap. Some paint was swapped, they leaned on each other but both of these gentlemen congratulated each other in victory lane and said that they love racing with each other and that's the way racing is supposed to be done, a little bumping and giving each other the room needed and knowing when to back off. The Cahoon, #83, fans on their feet cheering on Cahoon as he came home with the 1st place hardware. Quinny Welch in the 78 car came home second and his first time in victory lane this year finishing 3rd was the #2 of Mike Clark.

Late Models Finish
1) 83 Stacy Cahoon
2) 78 Quinny Welch
3) 2 Michael Clark
4) 49 Matt Anderson
5) 42 Mike Mike Jurkowski
6) 4 Jonathan Lemay
7) 6 George May
8) 41 Dave Boyce
9) 57 Dave Lebrecque
10) 06 Allison Menard
11) 0 Miles Chipman

Next on the agenda will be the 5 regular WMMP divisions on June 25th at 5:00 p.m. Looking ahead on the schedule a few weeks make sure to join us on Saturday July 2nd for a Dwarf Car Special. It's also Kids Pit Tour night along with Fireworks. Racing starts at 6:00 p.m.