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Oxford Championship Series Opening Day
Sunday, April 28, 2013

Ripley & Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman

Pos. No. Name
1 26 Corey Morgan
2 51 Kyle Hewins
3 44 Kyle Treadwell
4 67 Mike Haynes
5 71 Fred Clavet
6 14 Scott Hethcoat
7 21 Rachel Dubois
8 17 Mike Bradstreet
9 28 Josh Toothaker
10 97 Shannon Judd
11 34 John Patria
12 38 Addison Bowie
13 6 Todd Bisbee
14 10 Scott Ellis
15 63 Bob Ferguson
16 23 John White
17 19 Steve Moon

Lap leaders: Morgan 1-25
Cautions: None

Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Mini Stock

Pos. No. Name
1 2 Rob Greenleaf
2 8 Calvin Rose, Jr.
3 20 Pete McCollett
4 18 Justin Larsen ( R )
5 19 Shane Kaherl
6 06 Ryan Glover ( R )
7 4 Nik Coates
8 16 Mike Ward ( R )
9 29 Brandon Palmer
10 83 Brady Romano ( R )

Lap leaders: Greenleaf 1-30
Cautions: 1 (Lap 1)

Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock

Pos. No. Name
1 55 Kurt Hewins
2 63 Matt Williams
3 23 Zach Emerson
4 9 Ryan Robbins
5 57 Mike Short
6 26 Corey Morgan
7 3 Josh Childs ( R )
8 04 Zach Bowie
9 8 Keith Stuart
10 1 Bill Childs, Jr.
11 36 Rick Spaulding
12 24 Larry Emerson
13 88 Nick Hoyt
14 7 Mike St. Germain
15 08 Robbie Wentworth
16 58 David Whittier ( R )
17 83 Dan Brown ( R )
18 96 Matt Dufault ( R )
19 5 Ryan Hewins
20 28 Mark Lundblad
21 69 Tyson Jordan
22 77 Richard Mains
23 34 Spencer Morse
24 60 Richard Wentworth
25 12 Skip Tripp
26 14 Mike Roe

Lap leaders: K. Hewins 1-30
Cautions: 2 (Laps 1, 3)

Pro Late Model

Pos. No. Name
1 68 Dale Shaw
2 61 T.J. Brackett
3 6 Tommy Ricker
4 60 Tim Brackett
5 22 Scott Farrington ( R )
6 72 Chris Coolidge
7 73 Adam Polvinen
8 21 Kevin Douglass
9 63 Don Wentworth
10 0 Bill Penfold
11 70 Tommy Stilphen ( R )
12 18 Thom Bell
13 3 Vanna Brackett
14 71 Gary Chiasson

Lap leaders: T.J. Brackett 1-21, Shaw 22-40
Cautions: 5 (Laps 17, 21, 22, 22, 28)

Dale Shaw Scores Pro Late Model Win in Oxford Plains Speedway Championship Series Opener

Oxford, Maine – Dale Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire outgunned Buckfield’s T.J. Brackett on a mid-race restart, then held off both Brackett and Tommy Ricker of Poland on a couple of subsequent restarts to win the 40-lap Pro Late Model main event in the Championship Series points opener at Oxford Plains Speedway Sunday afternoon. Kurt Hewins of Leeds, Rob Greenleaf of Bath and Corey Morgan of Lewiston were also triumphant in feature events on the program’s undercard.

Brackett led the top-tier main event for more than half the distance, holding off Shaw and Ricker until the eventual winner made a bold, three-wide move pay off entering turn one. Ricker and, especially, Brackett kept the pressure on the former NASCAR Busch North Series champion until the checkered flag waved, but couldn’t get by the wily veteran once he was in command.

“It was fun,” Shaw said in victory lane. “I’m glad Pro Stock cars are back here weekly.”

Brackett managed to hold on to second position, with Ricker third under the checkered flag. The runner-up’s father, Tim Brackett of Buckfield, was the fourth-place finisher, with rookie Scott Farrington of Minot rounding out the top five. Chris Coolidge, Adam Polvinen, Kevin Douglass, Donnie Wentworth and Bill Penfold rounded out the top ten.

Veteran stock car racer Kurt Hewins of Leeds led wire-to-wire in the 30-lap lid-lifter for the Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock division.

“It’s pretty easy when you start in the front,” Hewins said in victory lane. “We’ll see how it goes next week.”

Hewins battled with eventual third-place finisher Zach Emerson of Sabattus in the early going, with Brownfield’s Matt Williams charging from deep on the starting grid to provide the final challenge. Ryan Robbins of Dixfield was the fourth-place finisher, with Auburn veteran Mike Short rounding out the top-five.

Rob Greenleaf of West Bath prevailed in a tight, race-long battle in the 30-lap Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Mini Stock main event, watching a whale of a battle for second position in his mirror over the entire distance.

Calvin Rose, Jr. of Turner won that war for runner-up honors over Readfield’s Pete McCollett. Rookie Justin Larsen of Peru ran an impressive race and claimed fourth-place honors, in front of Jay’s Shane Kaherl.

The new Ripley & Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman division saw one of Maine’s busiest racers, Corey Morgan of Lewiston, romp to victory. Kyle Hewins of Leeds was the best of the rest in that 25-lapper, with Kyle Treadwell of Auburn claiming the final podium position. Mike Haynes of Livermore Falls and Buckfield’s Fred Clavet rounded out the top-five.

Oxford Plains Speedway’s Championship Series continues Sunday May 5 and Sunday May 12 at 2:00 p.m. before switching to the Friday night weekly summer schedule beginning May 17. For more information call (207) 539-8865 or visit oxfordplains.com

Pro Late Model
3rd Tommy Ricker, 1st Dale Shaw, 2nd T.J. Brackett

Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock
3rd Zach Emerson, 1st Kurt Hewins, 2nd Matt Williams

Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Mini Stock
3rd Pete McCollett, 1st Rob Greenleaf, 2nd Calvin Rose, Jr.

Ripley & Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman
3rd Kyle Treadwell, 1st Corey Morgan, 2nd Kyle Hewins