Brian Whitney of Burnham kept his recent streak of good fortune intact with a victory in the 35-lap feature race for the top-tier Late Model division July 16 at Unity Raceway.

Whitney led all but one lap in the main event, yielding the front running position for a brief period to David Folsom I of Skowhegan. Jeff Burgess of East Madison, locked in a tight battle for the track championship with Folsom, made a late charge and took second position from Folsom in the closing stages of the race. Folsom ended in third position, followed by Dylan Turner of Freedom, who rebounded from a pit stop to post the fourth-place finish. Tyler Robbins of Montville ended as the fifth-place finisher after Will Collins had his finish negated by a tire violation detected in postrace inspection. Whitney and Turner won heat races.

The Super Street competitors on hand ran with the Late Models, and, after swapping positions and some paint several times, Brad Bellows of China bested Nate Weston of Madison.

Reigning Keystone Automotive Wildcat Division champion Chris King of Burnham led all 20 laps in his feature event. Kris Matchett of Skowhegan managed to hold off the balance of the field to claim runner-up honors. Points leader Mo Young of Chelsea passed a half-dozen cars after the final restart with four laps remaining to claim the third-place trophy. Ed Sleeper of Vassalboro crossed the line in fourth position, followed by Mike Anderson of Portsmouth, N.H.. King also won the heat race.

Tim Robinson of Clinton worked his way through traffic and took the lead away from Sean Johnson of Sidney, then went on to win the 20-lap Uncle Henry’s Late Model Pro Four race aboard the Jimmy Dennis-owned #38. Johnson outran points leader Lance Chapman of Benton to the checkered flag to claim runner-up honors. Bill Ellis of Parkman was fourth, followed by Alex Fernald of Benton. Robinson won the heat race.

Zach Audet of New Sharon added to his Monster Mini points lead with another dominant performance ending in victory lane. Readfield’s Pete McCollett of Readfield led the opening lap and cruised to a second-place finish after Audet went by. Greg Cummings of Augusta was third under the checkered flag, followed by reigning division champion Mike Wilson of Chelsea and Richard Jackson of Hudson. Audet was also triumphant in the heat race.

Donny Silva of Hudson returned to his winning ways in the 20-lap Flyin’ 4 Division main event. Silva outran multi-race winner Ryan Ripley of Waldoboro to the checkered flag. Jayson Bosworth of Cornville, making his first start in the class after posting several victories in the Teen Thunder Division, raced to a third-place finish in his debut. Points leader Kyle Robinson of Clinton drove to a fourth-place finish, with the top five filled by Matt Shaw of Burnham. Silva won the heat race.

Emily McAlpine of Burham drove to a popular victory in an eventful Teen Thunder main event. It was her first feature win. Robert Dyer of Canaan brought out the red flag after flipping his car on the frontstretch, then returned to competition after a pit stop and raced to an impressive second-place finish. Kamren Knowles of Readfield grabbed the final podium finishing position, with the top five filled by Derek Pariseau of Brooks and reigning Teen champion Wes Turner of Montville. Austin Clemons of Norridgewock won the heat race.

Chad Folsom of Skowhegan was again the triumphant racer in the six-cylinder Challenger Division, though Mike Stowe of Waterville stayed close enough to make things interesting in the 20-lapper. Rick Sirois of Norridewock was the third-place finisher in a mini-van, with Henry Boudreau of Bristol and Ken Lord of Sidney rounding out the top five, Folsom won the heat race.

Late Model (35 laps) — 1, Brian Whitney, Burnham; 2, Jeff Burgess, East Madison; 3, David Folsom I, Skowhegan; 4, Dylan Turner, Freedom; 5, Tyler Robbins, Montville; 6, Steve Rackliff, Starks; 7, Ryan Robinson, Clinton; 8, Dean Fuller, Albion; 9, Brian Gullifer, Farmington; 10, David Folsom II, Skowhegan; 11, Daren Ripley, Appleton; and 12, Bobby Seger, Frankfort.

Super Street (35 laps) — 1, Brad Bellows, China; and 2, Nate Weston, Madison.

Keystone Automotive Industries Wildcat (20 laps) — 1, Chris King, Burnham; 2, Kris Matchett, Skowhegan; 3, Maurice Young, Chelsea; 4, Ed Sleeper, Vassalboro; 5, Mike Anderson, Portsmouth, NH; 6, Bill Bowley II, Canaan; 7, Carl McAlpine, Burnham; 8, Joe Harriman, Liberty; and 9, Matt Caldwell, Pittsfield.

Uncle Hanry’s Late Model Pro Four (20 laps) — 1, Tim Robinson, Clinton; 2, Sean Johnson, Sidney; 3, Lance Chapman, Benton; 4, Bill Ellis, Parkman; 5, Alex Fernald, Benton; 6, Ben Clark, Clinton; 7, Norm Cummings, Jr., Augusta; and 8, Bryan Lancaster, Skowhegan.

Monster Mini (20 laps) — 1, Zach Audet, New Sharon; 2, Pete McCollett, Readfield; 3, Greg Cummings, Augusta; 4, Mike Wilson, Chelsea; 5, Richard Jackson, Hudson; 6, Tim Collins, Farmingdale; 7, John Fortin, Vassalboro; and 8, Shadow Folsom, Skowhegan.

Flyin’ 4 (20 laps) — 1, Donny Silva, Hudson; 2, Ryan Ripley, Waldoboro; 3, Jayson Bosworth, Cornville; 4, Kyle Robinson, Clinton; 5, Matt Shaw, Burnham; 6, Mika Wilson, Chelsea; 7, Nate Tribbett, Richmond; 8, Bruce Nickerson, Norridgewock; 9, Cole Robinson, Clinton; and 10, Brad Bosworth, Cornville.

Teen Thunder (15 laps) — 1, Emily McAlpine, Burnham; 2, Robert Dyer, Canaan; 3, Kamren Knowles, Readfield; 4, Derek Pariseau, Brooks; 5, Wes Turner, Montville; 6, Rocky Pease, Detroit; 7, April McAlpine, Burnham; 8, Austin Clemons, Norridgewock; and 9, Kaleb Bernatchez, Vassalboro.

Challenger (20 laps) — 1, Chad Folsom, Skowhegan; 2, Mike Stowe, Waterville; 3, Rick SiroisNorridgewock; 4, Henry Boudreau, Bristol; 5, Ken Lord, Sidney; 6, Troy Rusconi, Clinton; 7, Stacy Castonguay, Stetson; 8, Dustin Switser; 9, Samantha Farnham, Benton; 10, Jeff Keaten, Skowhegan; and 11, Chelsea Castonguay, Stetson.

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