TEST & TUNE
May 9th, 2015 @ 12-5 PM
Posted: July 23rd, 2004
Russ Clark became the nine different winner in 10 Late Model main event this season. He used the high side to get by Tyler Cahoon, Stacy Cahoon and then Pete Potvin late in the 35 lapper to carry the checkers.
Potvin held of S. Cahoon for second. Fourth through 10th went to T. Cahoon, last week’s winner Rick Thompson, Todd Aldrich, Dennis Phelps, Glenn Martel, Bryan Mason and part timer WMMP driver Roger Brown.
Clark, Bill Duggan and Potvin won the heats while Martel picked up the win in the semi.
As July turns to August the point battle is heating up after Stacy Cahoon (was third going into the night) cut point leader Phelps lead in half. Cahoon came in 33 markers back but with extra points in the semi with Phelps and Derrick Ming were in the pits Cahoon is now 17 back.
Ming fought with ignition problem all evening and failed to take the green in feature therefore earning zero points in the main event.
Phelps leads Cahoon 531 – 514. Rick Thompson is next with 504, six better than Martel and B. Mason (498). Ming dropped all the way to seventh with 466 points.
Oren Remick was the first guy under the checkers in the Super Streets for the second week in a row and the third time in only nine starts. Behind him were Daryl Smith, Michael Martel, Bernie Lantagne, Alfred Hanson, Tim Churchill, Douglas Laleme, Howard Switser, Brockton Davis and Matthew LeBlanc.
Heat wins went to Adam Delucca and Hanson. The top five in points are Laleme (506), Switser and Churchill (488), Davis (478) and Rich Paradis with 475.
The Strictly Stock checkers went to Thomas Keith, his third victory of the season. Scott Vien came home second after starting deep in the field. Toby Peters, David Baron Sr. and Jody Sicard rounded out the top 5. The next five were Jason Wyman, Kim Cotton, Gary Griswold, Jamie Longley and Don Moore.
Peters is the point leader with 565. Next is Keith with 531. He’s followed by Vien (530), Griswold and Wyman who are tied with 528.
Heat winners were Dave Driscoll and Shane Sicard. Blaine Dorman picked up his second Strictly Stock Mini win of the season. He was second last week. He was chased across the line by Travis Ingerson, Les Washburn, Brady Therrien and Tom Smithers. Rounding out the top 10 were Kyle Tatro, Josh Santy, Dan Curren, Jason Welch and Opie Thayer.
Heat winners were Skip Elliott and Santy. The divisions top 5 point getters are Curren 525, Therrien 489, Nicholas Pilotte 470, Thayer 444 and Rick Shifflett at 443.
The Pro All Stars Series made their second of three 2004 appearance at WMMP and it was a great one. When the smoked cleared it was Rick Martin picking up his first win of the season. Second place finisher Ben Rowe put on what might be the drive of the year.
After starting on the pole he had contact Sam Sessions, had a tire go down and by the time he got going again he lost a lap. After pitting he restarted 16th (including lapped cars) he past everyone on the track to get back on the lead lap.
Shortly there after the caution came out putting him at the back of the pack again. This time he past everyone but Martin just as the checkers flew. Gary Smith was third. Rounding out the top 10 were GeGe Gravel, Mike Rowe, Richie Dearborn, Travis Khiel, Johnny Clark, Sam Sessions and Dave Gorveatt.
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