UNITY — David Folsom II earned his first Late Model feature race victory Saturday night at Unity Raceway in a close 35-lap race.

Folsom, of Skowhegan, first overtook East Madison’s Jeff Burgess, who led half the race, then held off Dylan Turner of Freedom over the closing laps.

Visiting NELCAR Legends presented a 20-lap feature race, with Topsham’s Bobby Weymouth earning the win.

Unity’s Randy Turner made his first appearance of the season and took top honors in the special 40-lap main event for the Monster Mini class. Nate Weston of Madison made a three-wide pass between leaders Allen Moeller, Jr. and Allen Moeller Sr. and romped to victory in the 20-lap Racin’ Paper Super Street main event.

Carl McAlpine of Burnham took the lead away from his crosstown rival, reigning Keystone Automotive Indistries Wildcat division champion Chris King, then outraced point leader Maurice Young of Chelsea to the checkered flag in his 20-lap feature race.

Benton’s Lance Chapman won the 20-lap race for the Uncle Henry’s Late Model Pro Four class. Clinton’s Cole Robinson won his first feature race since moving out of the Teen Thunder class with a dominant run in the 20-lap Flyin’ 4 division main event.

Jayson Bosworth of Cornville resumed his winning ways in the 15-lap Linkletter Teen Thunder feature, holding off a determined Austin Clemons of Norridgewock to earn the victory. Chad Folsom of Skowhegan ended a one-week absence from victory lane with yet another victory in the 20-lap Challenger division race.

PASS North

Lonnie Sommerville won the PASS North Southern Maine Motors.com 150 on Saturday at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough. Farmingdale’s Johnny Clark took second place.

Ben Rowe ran second on the race track but after a post race technical inspection, he was moved to the fifth position (last car on the lead lap) and fined 25 championship points for a deck lid infraction.

Sommerville took the lead for good on lap 116. Sommerville’s win was the first PASS North victory for a Canadian driver since the late Scott Fraser scored at Speedway 660 in 2003.

ACT

Brian Hoar won the ACT Late Model Tour’s Twin State 100 in Claremont, N.H. on Saturday. Hoar held off Brent Dragon by three car lengths. Hoar led for 69 of the 100 laps.

Pittston’s Ben Ashline finished in 15th place.


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