Just a few hours after rain forced postponement of the biggest race of Speedway 660’s season, fans returned to the Geary Woods on Monday morning to witness one of the most incredible Pro Stock races of all time. Travis Benjamin from Morrill, Maine, finally won his first-ever Re/Max 250 over two other American short track drivers.
Jesse Madore won the SpeedWeekend ENDURO 200 race, but Pat Sharpe drove away with the championship. Madore, who dominated Monday’s ENDURO, won two of the three races this year but it was Sharpe who took the title by the slim margin of two points.
Dave O’Blenis had to be his best on Saturday night to pick up a thrilling victory in the Irving Oil Blending & Packaging 150. O’Blenis held off Colby Smith to cross the finish line first in SpeedWeekend’s Sportsman race. Russell Smith was third.
On Saturday night, Dave O’Blenis became the first driver in Speedway 660 history to win three championships in a row. O’Blenis won the Re/Max Group Four Realty Pro Stock Division title for the fifth time over-all.
On Saturday night Alexandra O’Blenis became the first lady driver to ever win a Sportsman feature at Speedway 660. Alexandra, who also won her Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman heat race, won the 30 lap feature ahead of Drew Greenlaw and Brent Roy. Jason Shannon won the other heat race, while Brent Roy won the dash. Continue reading
For the second year in a row, Dave O’Blenis has won the Firecracker 150 at Speedway 660. On Saturday night O’Blenis had a dominate car and drove a perfect race to win one of the season’s biggest Sportsman events.
Dave O’Blenis claimed his second Best of the Best Pro Stock 150 in a row and his fourth over-all Saturday night at Speedway 660. The win earns O’Blenis a provisional starting position in the Pro Stock 250 on SpeedWeekend. Continue reading
Jesse Madore won the ENDURO 200 Saturday night at Speedway 660. Madore and his capable pit crew took the win over Pat Sharpe, who won the first ENDURO of the season back in June. Roger Slocum and “Rocket” Rodney Ness, who shared the driving duties in car #29, finished third. Continue reading
Shawn Turple finally got back to the Riverview Ford Victory Lane at Speedway 660. On Saturday night, Turple won the Irving Oil Blending and Packaging 100 in front of one the biggest crowds of the season. Continue reading
Pat Sharpe returned to his winning ways at Speedway 660 on Sunday afternoon. The veteran Woodstock driver picked up the victory in the first ENDURO 200 of the season. Continue reading