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2014 Oxford 250 Lap Board
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TRAVIS BENJAMIN ADDS HIS NAME to the LIST of OXFORD 250 WINNERS on 7-21-13
A dream came true this past Sunday night for Morrill, Maine’s, Travis Benjamin, as he scored the biggest victory of his career, winning the 40th Annual TD Bank 250 at the beautiful Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine. Benjamin grabbed the lead from Joey Doiron on lap 209 and raced to the victory by 1.167 seconds over Doiron.

The race started out a little sluggish as a couple of early cautions for minor spins dotted the event while polesitter, TJ Brackett lead the first thirteen laps collecting $100 a lap in bonus money, before Ben Rowe assumed the lead until lap 131 when Doiron raced to the front. Rowe faded towards the middle of the pack as his tires wore out, but not before he collected $11,100 of lap money.

Corey Bubar had upset on his mind as he grabbed the lead from Doiron for a couple of laps before Cassius Clark took to the point passing him on lap 150. Clark’s lead was short lived as Travis Benjamin grabbed the lead in traffic and looked like he was a sure winner until Doiron tracked him down and regained the lead on lap 194.

The pair swapped the lead until Benjamin made the move of a lifetime splitting a pair of lapped cars, making it through a non-existent hole leaving Doiron in the dust. Durham, North Carolina’s, Jay Fogleman battled Doiron for second to the checkers but came up several car lengths short.

When the checkers flew it was Benjamin, followed by Doiron, Fogleman, Austin Theriault and Cassius Clark. Tim Brackett, Ben Rowe, Alan Tardiff, Daniel Hemric and Spencer Davis completed the top ten.

Six qualifying heats were held for the sixty-seven cars in attendance, and winners included TJ Brackett, Bryan Kruczek, Ben Rowe, Cassius Clark, DJ Shaw, and Corey Bubar. Consolation checkers flew for Glen Luce, Derek Kneeland and Trevor Sanborn and the last chance feature saw Ricky Rolfe capture the popular victory.

Sixty seven cars attempted to qualify for the TD Bank 250, and forty-one made the field. The field included drivers from eight states and three provinces of Quebec. Seven southern teams made the trek north, with Jay Fogleman having the most success.
2013 OXFORD 250 RESULTS - 7-21-13
1) 17 - Travis Benjamin
2) 73 - Joey Doiron
3) 35 - Jay Fogleman
4) 57 - Austin Theriault
5) 77 - Cassius Clark
6) 6 - Tim Brackett
7) 4n - Ben Rowe
8) 81 - Alan Tardiff
9) 04h - Daniel Hemric
10) 129 - Spencer Davis
11) 7 - Custis Gerry
12) 54 - Johnny Clark
13) 88j - Mike Rowe
14) 66 - TJ Brackett
15) 90 - Derek Kneeland
16) 21 - David Oliver
17) 60 - DJ Shaw
18) 94 - Shawn Martin
19) 47 - Kelly Moore
20) 23 - Dave Farrington Jr.
21) 51 - Ricky Rolfe
22) 22 - Aaron Ricker
23) 41 - Steven Legendre
24) 7l - Glen Luce
25) 8 - Tate Fogleman
26) 78 - Adam Polvinen
27) Q104 - Kevin Powell
28) 89 - Martin Latulippe
29) 42 - Corey Bubar
30) 70 - Trevor Sanborn
31) 00 - Bryan Kruczek
32) 37 - Larry Gelinas
33) 16 - Kevin Roberge
34) 0 - Sam Sessions
35) 10 - Scott Dragon
36) 80 - Jeremy Whorff
37) 20 - Michael Landry
38) 61 - Marc-Andre Cliche
39) 84 - Scott Mulkern
40) 63 - Donald Wentworth
41) 49 - Andy Saunders

2013 Oxford 250 Lap Sponsor Board HERE.

 

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