It was a wonderful weekend at Wiscasset Raceway as Maine racing legend Andy Santerre and Maine NASCAR Camping World Driver Dale Brackett for Castle Day was brought to fans by Soule’s Auto Supply in Chelsea.

One of Santerre’s old #44 Castle cars and Brackett’s NASCAR trucks were on display. The crowd was treated to hot laps from Brackett and burning tires from a NASCAR truck. The Wiscasset crowd always appreciates a good smoke show.    

The Mini Stock battle continued this week with the track’s top two flipped from last week’s feature result. Robbie Greenleaf, in the #2 car, took the checkered flag in front of Pete McCollett, in the #20 car. Thomas True, with back to back feature wins in this early season, pulled his car down pit lane in the heat and did not return for the feature.

Twisted Tea Mini Stocks — 1, Rob Greenleaf; 2, Pete McCollett; 3, Mike Wilson; 4, Cameron Creamer; and 5, Chelsea Young.

Adam Chadbourne was unable to drive again this week due to his bum clutch ankle. Ryan Ripley of Waldaboro earned a feature win in the #9.

U.S. Cellular Super Streets — 1, Ryan Ripley; 2, Josh Bailey; 3, Allan Moeller Sr.; and 4, JR Robinson.

There was a strong turnout for the Wiscasset Outlaws this week as the division continued to grow. David Childs in the #5 picked up another feature win. He took his victory lap with Dave Walker hanging on to the back of the car.

Wiscasset Outlaws — 1, David Childs; 2, Corey Morgan; 3, Jim Davis Jr.; 4, Billy Childs Jr.; and 5, Chris Burgess.

The Strictly’s continued to be the most competitive division at Wiscasset so far in 2010. Ian Bresnahan of West Bath drove his #18 car to a heat win and a feature on his 37th birthday Mike Short’s #17 picked up second and Alex Waltz remained in the mix as the #00 car grabbed a top-five finish.  

New England Transmission Strictly Streets — 1, Ian Bresnahan; 2, Mike Short; 3, Alex Waltz; 4, Dan Nessmith; and 5, Nate Yeaton.

The Late Models finished the rain-shortened feature from June 20 and Danny Smart in the #6 car took the 25-lap to finish feature. Dave St. Clair stayed in the mix driving his grandson’s #11 car with a top-five finish.

Steel Real Rods & Customs Late Model (first race) — 1, Danny Smart; 2, Rowland Robinson; 3, Dave St. Clair; 4, Tyler Robbins; and 5, Josh St. Clair.

In the second feature of the day, Tyler Robbins took the checkered flag in the #34 car. There was side-by-side racing for most of the feature with the top four cars all trying the high side and attempting to muscle by. Nick Hinkley, in the #15 car, took second and the St. Clairs took the next two spots with Danny Smart’s #6 at number five. Robbins was not alone on the victory lap as he was joined by his fellow LMS racers to celebrate his win. 

Steel Real Rods & Customs Late Model (second race) — 1, Tyler Robbins; 2, Nick Hinkley; 3, Josh St. Clair; 4, Dave St. Clair; and 5, Danny Smart.

The All-Enduro race was fun again this week with an extended 50-lap feature that took its toll on many of the cars. Three mini vans started the race only to fall victim to flat tires and head down pit lane.

The Speedway had a nice field, but when Justin White, the track owners’ son, was disqualified after a second-place finish, the track’s new fifth-place qualifier will take a scorers’ meeting to figure out. That is the mixed up world of the racin’ Enduro. Arthur Kee took the win in the #45 car and Mike St. Germain, The Angel Warrior, grabbed a top five with his abused #83 car.

Enduro’s — 1, Arthur Kee; 2, John Byro; 3, Jimmy Weymouth; and 4, Mike St. Germain.

There will be no racing during the Fourth of July holiday, but fans can join “The Center of Speed” on Sunday, July 11 for the Steel’s Real Rods and Customs Burn Out Contest, more All-Enduro racing and the return of Spectator Drags.

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