Sunday, December 8, 2013
Morning Sentinel Staff
SCARBOROUGH -- Following a restart, Bobby Timmons III outlasted Evan Beaulieu to win the NASCAR Nite Pro Series 40-lap feature at Beech Ridge on Saturday.
At the halfway mark, Tyler King held a large lead of Beaulieu, but a caution on lap 35 flew for King, who came to a stop on the front stretch with apparent mechanical failure.
With five laps to go, Timmons took the inside while Beaulieu went outside. Timmons gained momentum going into the first corner to take the win, his first since July 2012 and second career NASCAR Nite Pro Series victory.
In the CanAm Tour 150-lap feature event, Eddie McDonald took the lead from Eddie Polewarczyk on a late restart to earn the win.
Josh St. Clair of Liberty and Chris King of Burnham were among the winners at Unity Raceway on Friday. St. Clair won the Late Model Sportsman division, while King was the Strictly Streets winner.
Kyle Robinson of Clinton won the Monsta Mini division. Flyin' Fours was won by Garrett Hayman, while Shawn Racilia won the Enduro division.
Chelsea Young was the winner in the ladies division, and Kyle Moore took the Lil' Rascals win. Kris Watson won the Outlaw Sportsman division, and Madison's Thomas Crocker took the Race Your Neighbor title.
Pete McCollett of Readfield was Saturday's winner in the Thunder 4's racing at Wiscasset Speedway. James Osmond took first in the 25 lap Super Stock race, while Craig Dunn of Strong won 4-Cylinder Pro Stock event.
Bill Penfold won the 40-lap Pro Stock race.