WISCASSET — Jeremie Whorff is two for two this season at Wiscasset Speedway.

The West Bath driver won the 40-lap Pro Stock feature at the track Saturday night for his second win in as many races to open the season at the speedway. Jamie Wright of Woolwich and defending track champion Nick Hinkley of Wiscasset finished second and third, respectively.

Whorff’s margin of victory was 2.35 seconds, roughly a full straightaway.

Chris Ryan of Newburgh and Cody Tribbett of Richmond rounded out the top five.

Mike Hodgkins of Jefferson easily won the 25-lap Super Street feature, while Albion’s Spencer Sweatt — who won four races a year ago — was victorious for the first time this season in the Thunder 4 Mini division. Lisbon’s Jeff Prindall won the 4-Cylinder Pro Stock feature.

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Glen Luce of Turner returned to Oxford Plains Speedway victory lane on Saturday.

The 2015 winner of the Oxford 250 led every circuit of the 50-lap Super Late Model feature after starting up front. He held off last week’s winner, nine-time track champion Jeff Taylor of Farmington, for the victory.

Taylor has finished on the podium in three straight starts now at Oxford.

Two-time Super Late Model champion T.J. Brackett of Buckfield finished third.

Leeds driver Kurt Hewins wired the field to win the 30-lap Street Stock main event, while Chad Wills of Oxford came out on top in the 20-lap Bandit feature.

Matthew Kimball of Bennington, New Hampshire won his first-ever North East Mini Stock Tour race. Kimball outran series points leader Jimmy Childs of Leeds to the checkered flag.


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David Oliver of Standish won the 40-lap Pro Series main event at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough.

The 2002 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track champion beat out Gary Smith of Bangor, who won the final Pro All Stars Series race of last season at the track, and Travis Buzzell of Hollis.

Clyde Hennessey of Windham won his second-straight 35-lap Sport Series feature. The Wildcat honors went to Tiger Colby of Wiscasset.

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Sunday’s Pro All Stars Series NAPA Spectacular 151 at Speedway 51 in Groveton, New Hampshire, was postponed Sunday by weather.

A makeup date for the event has not yet been announced.

PASS returns to action on Sunday, May 26, with the Memorial Day Classic at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, Vermont. The race is a “Road to the Oxford 250” qualifier.

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