The Wiscasset Speedway track has sizzled with recent weeks of hot-and-heavy stock car racing action.

The following is a compilation of reports from Ken Minott from June and May action:

June 16

It was a hot Saturday night and Group 1 was on the schedule, which included a special 75-lap main event for the Maxwell's Market Super Streets. It did not take long for fans and fellow competitors to see that the only thing hotter than the weather was driver Mike Hodgkins. The veteran from Jefferson put on a clinic with a convincing victory in their most significant race of the season.

In the race, presented by Ward & Sons Construction, 16 of 17 drivers in attendance answered to bell for the main event,

Hodgkins took advantage of his pole position starting spot and patiently worked the lap traffic for the seemingly easy win. The race was slowed by two mid-race cautions. Former champ Jason Oakes was the only other driver credited with leading a lap, besting Hodgkins by inches on the lap after one of those restarts. All drivers struggled with slick track conditions fighting extremely loose cars and fading traction.

Reigning division champ Josh Bailey started alongside Hodgkins on the front row. He dropped as far back as fourth at one point but raced his way to a runner-up finish. Sean Johnson got by Oakes in the closing laps to finish third.

In other action, Dave Farrington of Jay started seventh in the 15-car field for the 40-lap feature for the ServPro of Biddeford Saco Pro Stocks. He chased down pole-sitter Charlie Colby and took the lead just before the midway marker. From there he withstood a handful of late-race restarts to grab his second win of the season. He was joined in victory lane by Jeremy Whorff and Kevin Douglass.

Cameron Campbell took home his first career win in the Thunder 4 Minis. Opening day winner Michael Golding took home runner-up honors, followed by Zach Audet.

In the Cahill Tire 4-cylinder Pros, Dominic Curit made history, as he picked up his first career win and becoming the track's youngest feature winner at just 11 years old. He took advantage of a late-race restart after Hayden Norris and Max Rowe tangled racing for the lead. Curit was joined in victory lane by Connor Wenners — who had previously held the low-age record — and veteran Craig Dunn of Strong.

The results from June 16 racing were:

Maxwells Market Super Streets (75 laps) — 1, Mike Hodgkins, Jefferson; 2, Josh Bailey, Wiscasset; 3, Sean Johnson, Oakland; 4, Jason Oakes, Boothbay; 5, Mark Lucas, Harpswell; 6, Charlie Sanborn III, Scarborough; 7, Bob Crocker, Freeport; 8, Michael Harrison, Durham; 9, Steve Minott, Windham; 10, David Thompson, Jefferson; 11, Jeff Davis, Woolwich; 12, Dan Nessmith, Wiscasset; 13, Zac Poland, Woolwich; 14, Mike St. Pierre, Buxton; 15, Tyler Bailey, Randolph; 16, Neil Evans Jr., Yarmouth.

Cahill Tire 4-Cyl. Pros (25 laps) — 1, Dominic Curit, Saco; 2, Connor Wenners, Edgecomb; 3, Craig Dunn, Strong; 4, Larry Melcher, Jay; 5, Nicole Benincasa, Buxton; 6, P.J. Merrill, Canton; 7, Taylor Lane, Phillips; 8, Mike Kibbin, South China; 9, Jet Decker, Chesterville; and 10, Jeff Prindall, Lisbon.

Thunder 4 Minis (25 laps) — 1, Cameron Campbell, New Gloucester; 2, Michael Golding, Pownal; 3, Zach Audet, Skowhegan; 4, Travis Poulliot, China; 5, Spencer Sweatt, Albion; 6, David Greenleaf, Brunswick; 7, Noah Haggett, Wiscasset; 8, Devan Robinson, Warren; 9, Brian Burr, Brunswick; 10, Nick Morton, Newcastle; 11, Joe Katula, Lisbon Falls; 12, Caleb Emerson-Mains, Richmond; and 13, Howard Roberts, Jay.

ServPro of Biddeford Saco Pro Stocks (40 laps) — 1, David Farrington, Jay; 2, Jeremy Whorff, Bath; 3, Kevin Douglass, Sidney; 4, Ajay Picard, Palmyra; 5, Nick Hinkley, Wiscasset; 6, Jamie Wright, Woolwich; 7, Daren Ripley, Thomaston; 8, Travis Dunbar, Auburn; 9, Joey Peaslee, Jefferson; 10, Cody Tribbett, Richmond; 11, Kevin Morse, West Bath; 12, Shane Lane, North Anson; and 13, Travis Benjamin, Morrill.

June 9

The Norm's Used Cars Strictly Street Division at Wiscasset already had turned out some of the best full-field, side-by-side racing of the season. Races regularly come down to the wire among a who's who of the state's best Street Stock drivers.

Fans got their money's worth again Saturday in the 25-lap feature — and nobody has caught their attention quite like Johnathon Emerson. The third generation racer started dead last in the 16-car field and raced through traffic, as he passed leader Kurt Hewins on the outside with two laps to go. He grabbed the win by a mere 0.05 seconds for his third straight checkered flag, as he took the division's points lead in the process.

Hewins started from the pole position and held the lead throughout by no more than a car length. He settled for the runner-up trophy. Multi-time champ Maurice Young rolled into third; however, post-race pit conduct wiped that finish off the board, which handed the third-place finish to Dave Whittier. Former champ Kyle Hewins and Brad Erskine filled out the top five.

In typical Strictly Street fashion, the top five cars were separated by less than a second at the finish line. Just one caution slowed the race

In other action, Noah Korner led wire-to-wire in the 30-lap US Legends/INEX National Qualifier, hosted by the Amsoil Nelcar Legend Series. The 18-car field pitted many of the top legend drivers in the region vying for a spot in the nationals in Las Vegas, Nev. Korner won the race, as he took top honors in the pro division. Casey Call was the runner-up in the race and was the top semi-pro qualifier.

Former Nelcar champ Kevin took the final spot in victory lane. Other division qualifiers included Bob Weymouth, who finished sixth as the best of the Grand Nasters Division, and Trent Goodrow, who finished 10th and topped the Young Lions Division.

The K&A Property Services Modifieds may have had just six cars in the 30-lap feature, but they turned out one of the most exciting races of the night. Nick Reno took an early lead and paced the field on the way to an emotional victory, his first of the season. While Reno took the win, the fans attention was fixed on a standout side-by-side battle between Adam Chadbourne and former champ Mark Lucas. The two waged a strong battle through the entire race, as Chadbourne finally came out of it to secure second place. Lucas, driving a car owned by fellow mod competitor Tom Young, finished third.

The Kennebec Equipment Rental Outlaw Minis 25-lap feature was decided on the first lap as points leader Zach Audet charged from eighth to the lead by the time they returned to the front stretch. From there he cruised to his second win of 2018. He was chased across the line by Scott Trask and Rob Greenleaf.

The final race of the night was a 40-lap match for the Wood Pellet Warehouse Late Model Sportsman class. Several early cautions thinned the 22-car field. Once they settled down and got in a long green flag stretch, Shane Clark jumped to take the lead and went on to pick up his first win of the season. Ryan St. Clair charged up from his 10th starting spot to finish second. He was followed by Frank Moulton, who started from the pole position. Pro Stock champion Daren Ripley was the hard-charger, going from 19th to fourth. Andrew McLaughlin filled the top five

The results from June 9 racing were:

Norm's Used Cars Strictly Street (25 laps) — 1, Jonathon Emerson, Sabattus; 2, Kurt Hewins, Leeds; 3, David Whittier, Poland; 4, Kyle Hewins, Leeds; 5, Brad Erskine, Solon; 6, Glenn Reynolds, Turner; 7, Zachary Emerson, Sabattus; 8, Ryan Hewins, Leeds; 9, Ray Letellier, Buxton; 10, Kimberly Knight, Chesterville; 11, Jeff Alley, Machias; 12, Ethan Densmore, Hope; 13, Shawn Austin, Norridgewock; and 14, Paul Hopkins, Camden.

K&A Property Services Modifieds (30 laps) — 1, Nick Reno, West Bath; 2, Adam Chadbourne, Woolwich; 3, Mark Lucas, Freeport; 4, Joseph Williams, Woolwich; 5, Spencer Vaughan, Canton; and 6, Brian Treadwell, Hancock.

Kennebec Equipment Rental Outlaw Minis (25 laps) — 1, Zach Audet, Skowhegan; 2, Scott Trask, Richmond; 3, Rob Greenleaf, Bath; 4, Jake Hensbee, Whitefield; 5, Shane Smith, Augusta; 6, Jimmy Childs, Leeds; 7, Brain Dolloff, Jay; 8, Brent Roy, Vassalboro; 9, Ryan Keniston, Smithfield; and 10, Dixon Smith, Augusta.

Wood Pellet Warehouse Late Model Sportsman (40 laps) — 1, Shane Clark, Winterport; 2, Ryan St. Clair, Liberty; 3, Frank Moulton, Clinton; 4, Daren Ripley, Rockland; 5, Andrew McLaughlin, Harrington; 6, Josh St. Clair, Liberty; 7, Cody Verrill, Richmond; 8, Will Collins, Waldoboro; 9, Shane Kaherl, Jay; 10, Ben Erskine, Fairfield; 11, Gary Thorne, Sidney; 12, Richard Jordan, Kingfield; 13, Brandon Fowler, Rome; 14, Alex Waltz, Walpole; 15, Gerald Frost, Montville; 16, Megan Frost, Montville, 17, Bill Pinkham, Wiscasset; 18, Brad Bellows, China; 19, Tyler Robbins, Montville; 20, Bryan Robbins, Montville; 21, James Osmond, Wiscasset; and 22, Jerry Robbins, Montville.

Amsoil Nelcar Legends National Qualifier (30 laps) — 1, Noah Korner, Canton, Conn.; 2, Casey Call, Pembroke, N.H.; 3, Kevin Girard Jr., Old Orchard Beach; 4, Colby Meserve, Buxton; 5, Mathew Bourgoine, Stetson; 6, Bob Weymouth, Topsham; 7, Matt Grant, Windham; 8, Glenn Korner, Canton, Conn.; 9, Chris Burgess, Buckfield; 10, Trent Goodrow, Carver, Mass.; 11, Peter Craig, Poland; 12, Colby Benjamin, Belmont; 13, Ed Getty, Gray; 14, Nick Calvert, Steep Falls; 15, Aliyah Neale, South Royalston, Mass.; 16, David Kinney, Skowhegan; 17, Ryan Rice, Biddeford; and 18, Joseph Ferrigno, East Hartford, Conn.

June 2

What happens when you put the fastest asphalt sprint cars in the world on the track at Wiscasset Speedway? You get a whole new level of speed. Track speed records were up for grabs again as the lightning-fast NEMA Midgets and NEMA Lites converged on Saturday night for Ames True Value NEMA Night.

Turning laps around the 3/8-mile track with speeds topping 100 mph, the NEMA Midgets put on a show for the packed house. John Zych quickly turned Wiscasset Speedway into one of his favorite tracks. Starting mid-pack in the 30-lap spotlight feature, it took just one lap for the former champ to rocket around the competition and into the lead.

A mid-race restart against top rival Randy Cabral gave him his only true test in the race, but just a lap later he was back in charge and ran away with his third straight win at Wiscasset Speedway.

Cabral, who picked up a win at Wiscasset back in 2015, grabbed runner-up honors. Jim Chambers finished third.

While track records remained intact this time, the NEMA drivers got within just a few 10ths of a second, turning laps just over 13 seconds.

In the 25-lap support feature for the NEMA Lites, Jim Chambers returned to victory lane to claim the winner's trophy, he was joined by Zych and Jim Cataldo; however, post-race inspection and subsequent protest have left the results unofficial. NEMA returns to Wiscasset again in September.

In regular weekly Group 1 action, Spencer Sweatt started 13th in the 25-lap Thunder 4 feature and passed the field on way to his second win of the season. Previous race winner Travis Poulliot of South China and Caleb Emerson-Mains of Richmond finished second and third.

The Maxwell's Market Super Streets saw a change atop the points standings as defending champ and points leader Josh Bailey sat out the 25-lap feature. Former champ Mark Lucas passed leader Zac Poland on the final turn to grab the checkers. Poland, who led the first 24 3/4 circuits around the track settled for second, which matched his personal-best. Mike Hodgkins claimed the division points lead with his third-place efforts.

The 40-lap feature for the ServPro of Biddeford Saco Pro Stocks saw a shakeup following post-race inspection. Kevin Douglass appeared to have taken the win, his first in five years; however, a penalty for a shock infraction dropped him 10 positions in the final tally. The rest of the field was bumped a spot to give the win to Brian Whitney. Jamie Wright, last year's rookie of the year, picked up a personal-best second-place finish. Jeremy Whorff took home third.

The final race of the night was a 25-lap contest for the Cahill tire 4-Cylinder Pros. Again it was the Hayden Norris show. The second-generation racer remained undefeated, taking his fourth win of the season. Jeff Prindall and Larry Melcher filled the rest of the top three.

The results from June 2 racing were:

Thunder 4 Minis (25 laps) — 1, Spencer Sweatt, Albion; 2, Travis Poulliot, China; 3, Caleb Emerson-Mains, Richmond; 4, Michael Golding, Pownal; 5, Noah Haggett, Wiscasset; 6, David Greenleaf, Brunswick; 7, Cameron Campbell, New Gloucester; 8, Nick Morton, Woolwich; 9, Brian Burr, Brunswick; 10, Curtis Anderson, Richmond; 11, Howard Roberts, Jay; 12, Devan Robinson, Warren; 13, Cody Robbins, Palermo.

Maxwell's Market Super Streets (25 laps) — 1, Mark Lucas, Harpswell; 2, Zac Poland, Woolwich; 3, Mike Hodgkins, Jefferson; 4, Michael Harrison, Durham; 5, Jason Oakes, Boothbay; 6, Dan Nessmith, Wiscasset; 7, Cory Creamer, Randolph; 8, David Thompson, Jefferson; 9, Bob Crocker, Freeport; 10, Steve Minott, Windham; 11, Jeff Davis, Woolwich; 12, Neil Evans Jr., Yarmouth; and 13, Bouncer Knight, Jay.

ServPro of Biddeford Saco Pro Stocks (40 laps) — 1, Brian Whitney, Pittsfield; 2, Jamie Wright, Woolwich; 3, Jeremy Whorff, Bath; 4, James Osmond, Wiscasset; 5, Kevin Morse, Woolwich; 6, James Barker, Jay; 7, Shane Lane, North Anson; 8, Nate Tribbett, Richmond; 9, Travis Dunbar, Auburn; 10, Jamie Peaslee, Wiscasset; 11, Kevin Douglass, Sidney;12, Nick Hinkley, Wiscasset; and 13, Charlie Colby, Newcastle.

Cahill Tire 4-Cyl. Pros (25 laps) — 1, Hayden Norris, Gardiner; 2, Jeff Prindall, Lisbon; 3, Larry Melcher, Jay; 4, Connor Wenners, Edgecomb; 5, Craig Dunn, Strong; 6, Taylor Lane, Phillips; 7, Max Rowe, Turner; 8, Nicole Benincasa, Buxton; 9, P.J.Merrill, Canton; 10, Dominic Curret, Saco; and 11, Mike Kibbin, South China.

May 27

There are convincing wins, and then there is what Ben Ashline did Sunday afternoon at Wiscasset Speedway.

On a cloudy, cool day, in front of a packed house, Ashline turned in one of the most dominating performances in recent memory. The veteran racer, who turns wrenches for Distance Racing for a living, dominated the competition on way to winning the 2018 Coastal 200 and he pocketed a $5,000 winner's check for his efforts.

Motivated by a runner-up finish in the marquee event just a year earlier, Ashline led 198 of 200 laps on the way to the win in what he called "a bucket-list race" in victory lane. Dave Farrington Jr., the 2015 winner of the Coastal 200, was the only other driver to have a taste of the lead.

Ashline, who was at the top of the speed charts in all four practice sessions, started the race from the pole position and set a blistering early pace, putting half the 26-car field a lap down by the quarter mark on lap 50. Shane Clark tried to keep pace, not letting the leader get away by more than a couple seconds. Cautions for minor spins scattered throughout the race gave Clark and others a shot at Ashline. But each time, it took just a couple laps for him to shake off the challenge and pull away.

Many drivers chose to pit early for tires and adjustments to try to get themselves back into contention. It did little to help. Just past the halfway point of the race, Farrington was able to chase down Ashline in lap traffic and pass him on lap 115. Just a lap later there was a caution for a minor spin, sending all remaining lead lap cars except Farrington to the pits for fresh tires. Ashline returned to the track to reline in fourth for the restart.

Just a lap later, he was back in the lead by the time they finished lap 117. From there he built another strong lead and used it to patiently pick his way through lap traffic and put more and more lead lap cars in his wake. As the checkered flag flew, the fourth-place car of Andrew McLaughlin, the 2017 Coastal 200 champ, was just two car lengths in front of him, which left just four cars on the lead lap.

While positions two through 26 changed many times throughout the 200-lap marathon, the lead position was never in doubt.

In victory lane, Ashline fought back tears of happiness and heartbreak, having won the race and revealing the news that his grandmother had passed away that morning.

"I sat right up there in those stands when I was a kid, watching some big names win this race." said Ashline, "This one was on my bucket list."

Farrington was the last lead lap car to pit for tires. He kept his car in the top five for much of the race and brought it home in second. Clark finished third, making it a podium sweep for Jeff Taylor's Distance Racing stable. McLaughlin was the final car on the lead lap in fourth. Reigning Pro Stock champ Daren Ripley finished fifth.

Other winners on Sunday afternoon's show included Jimmy Childs in the caution-free 25-lap feature for the Kennebec Equipment Rental Outlaw Minis. It was his first victory of the season. Childs was joined in victory lane by Zach Audet and Brent Roy.

The 30-lap feature for the K&A Property Services Modifieds went to Adam Chadbourne. It was his third straight win to start 2018 season. Defending champ Allen Moeller and Ryan Chadwick took second and third.

The Norm's Used Cars Strictly Streets turned in an exciting caution-free 25-lap race. Jonathan Emerson outraced his dad, Zach, to pick up the win. Brad Erskine took third for his first podium finish.

The results from May 27 racing were:

Wood Pellet Warehouse Late Model Sportsman Coastal 200 — 1, Ben Ashline, Fairfield; 2, Dave Farrington, Jay; 3, Shane Clark, Winterport; 4, Andrew McLaughlin, Harrington; 5, Daren Ripley, Rockland; 6, J.R. Robinson, Steuben; 7, Ryan St. Clair, Liberty; 8, James Osmond, Wiscasset; 9, Dylan Street, Old Town; 10, Ben Erskine, Fairfield; 11, Bill Pinkham, Wiscasset; 12, Steve Barker, Turner; 13, Bobby Seger, Frankfort; 14, Shane Kaherl, Jay; 15, Nick Hinkley, Wiscasset; 16, Josh St. Clair, Liberty; 17, Mike Hopkins, Hermon; 18, Steve Minott, Windham; 19, Chris Thorne, Sidney; 20, Dana Wilbur, Frankfort; 21, Cody Verrill, Richmond; 22, Will Collins, Waldoboro; 23, Seth Bridge, Mendon, Vt.; 24, Alex Waltz, Walpole; 25, Logan Melcher, Fayette; and 26, Wes Turner, Newcastle.

K&A Property Services Modifieds (30 laps) — (Unofficial results)1, Adam Chadbourne, Woolwich; 2, Allan Moeller, Dresden; 3, Ryan Chadwick, Wiscasset; 4, Nick Reno, West Bath; 5, Wayne Allard, Stetson; 6, Joseph Williams, Woolwich; 7, Spencer Vaughan, Canton; and 8, Brian Treadwell, Hancock.

Kennebec Equipment Rental Outlaw Mini (25 laps) — 1, Jimmy Childs, Leeds; 2, Zach Audet, Skowhegan; 3, Brent Roy, Vassalboro; 4, Jake Hensbee, Whitefield; 5, Rob Greenleaf, Bath; 6, Scott Trask, Richmond; 7, Brain Dolloff, Jay; 8, Dixon Smith, Augusta; and 9, Ryan Keniston, Smithfield.

Norm's Used Cars Strictly Streets (25 laps) — 1, Jonathon Emerson, Sabattus; 2, Zachary Emerson, Sabattus; 3, Brad Erskine, Solon; 4, Kimberly Knight, Chesterville; 5, David Whittier, Poland; 6, Shawn Austin, Norridgewock; 7, Kyle Hewins, Leeds; 8, Maurice Young, Chelsea; 9, Jeff Alley, Machias; 10, Ethan Dinsmore, Hope; 11, Glenn Reynolds, Turner; 12, Raymond Densmore III, Sanford; 13, Paul Hopkins, Camden; and 14, Michael Haynes, Livermore Falls.

May 12

It was a chilly night Saturday at Wiscasset Speedway. Fans huddled into the coastal Maine race track to cheer on Group 2 racers along with an appearance from the Wicked Good Vintage Racers. Despite the cool temps, the action in the Late Model Sportsman class was as hot as ever. The last two winners of the prestigious Coastal 200 made a statement to rest of their competitors in the 40-lap feature, starting deep in the 23-car field and grabbing the top two spots in victory lane.

Andrew McLaughlin, the defending Coastal 200 champ, methodically picked his way through the pack from his 12th starting position to grab the lead at the halfway marker and run to the feature win; his first since the 2017 Coastal.

One driver that may have a say in whether that happens is 2016 Coastal 200 champ Chris Thorne of Sidney. The 4-time LMS champ had perhaps the strongest car in Saturday night's 40-lap tuneup race, but never got the opportunity to challenge McLaughlin for the win. The race was slowed by just one early caution. Thorne started 15th and turned in a strong second-place finish, as he still closed in on the leader in the closing laps.

J.R. Robinson made up the most ground in Saturday's race, starting 18th and reaching second with 10 laps to go. He gave that spot to Thorne, but still landed a solid third-place finish in his season debut. The top five was rounded out by rookies Brandon Fowler and Logan Melcher.

In the 30-lap spotlight feature for the K&A Property Services Modifieds, opening day winner Adam Chadbourne made it two for two on the young season, grabbing an early lead and rolling uncontested for the feature win. The best battle of the race was between Nick Reno and Ryan Chadwick for the runner-up finish. Reno held off the challenge over the closing laps to finish second. Chadwick notched a third place trophy for his season debut. The race went caution-free.

The Kennebec Equipment Rental Outlaw Minis race was slowed by just one caution, on lap one of the 25-lap feature. Defending champ Jake Hendsbee, who was a runner-up five times in his 2017 championship campaign, finally sealed the deal Saturday night in securing his first career Outlaw Mini win. He was chased across the line by former champ Zach Audet, who started at the back of the field because he had missed his qualifying race. He had rolled in late after picking up a win at his home track of Speedway 95, adding a second-place finish at Wiscasset to his trophy haul for the day. Matt Glidden turned his front row starting spot into a third-place finish.

The Norm's Used Cars Strictly Streets have quickly turned into one of Wiscasset's most exciting and competitive divisions. Their opening day feature went caution-free, and Saturday's 25-lap feature netted just one caution.

The action was fast-and-furious with several contenders working their way through traffic to take a shot at the lead. However, Jonathan Emerson had other plans. The third-generation racer, who had picked up his first career win just a year earlier, ran a strong race up front and led wire-to-wire for the feature win. He was joined in victory lane by his father and defending champ Zach Emerson, who finished third, and Dave Whittier the runner-up. Five-time Strictly champ Maurice Young and Ethan Dinsmore filled out the top five.

Wicked Good Vintage Racers made their first of three appearances on the 2018 schedule. Winners included Bobby Symonds in the Early Late Models, Adrien Williams in the Hobby Class and Scott Tucker in the Outlaw Class.

The results from May 12 racing were:

K&A Property Services Modifieds (30 laps) — 1, Adam Chadbourne, Woolwich; 2, Nick Reno, West Bath; 3, Ryan Chadwick, Wiscasset; 4, Allan Moeller, Dresden; 5, Brian Treadwell, Hancock; 6, Spencer Vaughan, Canton; 7, Richard Jordan, Kingfield; and 8, Joseph Williams, Woolwich

Kennebec Equipment Rental Outlaw (25 laps) — 1, Jake Hensbee, Whitefield; 2, Zach Audet, Skowhegan; 3, Matt Glidden, Chelsea; 4, Rob Greenleaf, Bath; 5, Brent Roy, Vassalboro; 6, Jimmy Childs, Leeds; 7, Brain Dolloff, Jay; 8, Scott Trask, Richmond; and 9, Leo Hatch, Augusta.

Wood Pellet Warehouse Late Model Sportsman (40 laps) — 1, Andrew McLaughlin, Harrington; 2, Chris Thorne, Sidney; 3, J.R. Robinson, Windham; 4, Brandon Fowler, Rome; 5, Logan Melcher, Fayette; 6, Ben Erskine, Fairfield; 7, Tyler Robbins, Montville; 8, Ryan St. Clair, Liberty; 9, Josh St. Clair, Liberty; 10, Shane Kaherl, Jay; 11, Dana Wilbur, Frankfort; 12, Bill Pinkham, Wiscasset; 13, Will Collins, Waldoboro; 14, Alex Waltz, Walpole; 15, Cody Verrill, Richmond; 16, Bryan Robbins, Montville; 17, Richard Jordan, Kingfield; 18, Shane Clark, Winterport; 19, Frank Moulton, Clinton; 20, Luke Romanoski, Freeman; 21, Gerald Frost, Montville; and 22, Megan Frost, Montville

Norm's Used Cars Strictly Streets (25 laps) — 1, Jonathon Emerson, Sabattus; 2, David Whittier, Poland; 3, Zachary Emerson, Sabattus; 4, Maurice Young, Chelsea; 5, Ethan Densmore, Hope; 6, Shawn Austin, Norridgewock; 7, Kyle Hewins, Leeds; 8, Ryan Hewins, Leeds; 9, Brad Erskine, Solon; 10, Brett Osmond, Wiscasset; 11, Kimberly Knight, Chesterville; 12, Jeff Alley, Machias; 13, Ryan Hayes, Jefferson; 14, Ray Letellier, Buxton; and 15, Glenn Reynolds, Turner.

Ken Minott works for Wiscasset Speedway.

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