June 24th, 2017

Micro Stock World Formula Feature: 1. Bob Wagner (Chester, NJ) 2. Tyler Wagner 3. Robert McGuire 4. Larry Ealey 5. Jeff Weinacher 6. Steven Frindt 7. Jim Counterman 8. Dave Parker

Four Cylinder Expert Feature: 1. Mike Travis (Liberty, NY) 2. Dan Curry 3. Tim Curry 4. Shawn Maloney 5. Ivan Guerra 6. Cody Houghtaling 7. John Houghtaling 8. Billy Porter 9. Robert Clarke

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth (North Branch, NY) 2. Anthony Bello 3. Joey Aungst 4. Conner Piasecki 5. Phillip Abramo 6. Katie Verwys 7. Teddy Cranmer

Beginner Bandolero Feature: 1. Dylan Abramo (Elmwood Park, NJ) 2. Nick Archiere 3. Justin Aungst 4. Joey Lamontagne

RAIN PUTS A DAMPER ON RACING ACTION; FEATURES POSTPONED

Rain has been a factor at many speedways in the Northeast for the 2017 race season. Bethel Motor Speedway opened its gates under sunny blue skies but right around mid point of the show many in attendance could see the black clouds looming in the horizon. The clouds came packing plenty of rain and Bethel Motor Speedway had to postpone the remaining features scheduled for the night thus the rain being a factor yet again. Please stay tuned for dates on the postponed features that will be run on latter dates.

The World Formula Micro Stocks came into town as a visiting class for the night. Luckily, they were able to beat the impending rain storm and get their feature done in time. Larry Ealey brought the Micro Stocks down the front chute for the initial green flag but before one lap was in the books the race had a new leader, fourth position starter Tyler Wagner. Quick on his heels and following him thru the pack was Bob Wagner and Dave Parker who took over second and third positions in the order. T. Wagner held off the pressure of the strong running B. Wagner and Parker until just prior to halfway when a slight bobble allowed B. Parker to slip by for the lead. T. Wagner and Parker then put on a battle for second position until the last corner of the last lap when Parker looped his mount thus handing third position to Robert McGuire as they took the checkers at the line.

The Four Cylinder Expert feature was an action packed race which found competitors racing three and four wide down the backstretch in three consecutive laps until the door panel was torn off third place running Billy Porter thus bringing out the yellow and Porter retiring from the race. When the race restarted early leader Shawn Maloney continued to hold the point, while Tim Curry and Dan Curry moved up into the top three as they squeezed by former track champ Ivan Guerra. On Lap 7, enduro top gun, Mike Travis made a big power move going from fourth position to passing Maloney for the lead. As Travis began to pull away, Maloney had his hands full holding off T. Curry and D. Curry as they really applied pressure on him both high and low. At the crossed flags of the feature, Maloney relinquished second place as they both got by and into the top three. Travis cruised to his second feature win of the season and became the first repeat winner of the class this season. Hard charger Dan Curry came from his eighth starting position to score second as he held off a strong running Tim Curry who crossed the line closely in third.

In the regular Bandolero class, we saw Mikey Roth cinch his pole position from the start as he soared down the front stretch. Anthony Bello stayed right on Roth as they battled for the first place position. Bello tried the high side, a drag race ensuing down the back straightaway as the laps wore away, patiently awaiting the moment to make his move. Roth sealed the deal though, with storm clouds looming in the background, picking up his third win of the 2017 season at Bethel. A hard charging Bello finished second, and a determined Joey Aungst third.

Dylan Abramo went two for two in the Beginner Bandolero feature race, capturing his second win in the division. Abramo, new to both the Beginner Bandolero division and the speedway, jumped into an early lead ahead of Nick Archiere. Archiere mirrored Abramo’s every move, and moved into the lead on lap 7 trying to pick up his first career feature win at the speedway. Abramo however wasn’t willing to settle and retook the lead in turn 4 on lap 8 and held on for the duration of the race, crossing the line in first, followed by swift Archiere and Justin Aungst, a regular division winner of the class.

In heat action, Kyle Redner and Rick Mill picked up wins in Sportsman, Blair Culhane and John Cote in Modifieds, Amber VanOrden and Walt Henry in Street Stocks. Alex McCollum and Gillian Kirkpatrick in Legends, Mike Travis and Tim Curry in Four Cylinder Expert, Vinny Degraw and Felicia Reichenbaugh in Four Cylinder Novice. Also picking up heat wins was Ed Butler in Pro Stock, Mike Roth in Bandoleros, and Dave Parker in Micro Stocks.

Micro Stock World Formula Feature: 1. Bob Wagner (Chester, NJ) 2. Tyler Wagner 3. Robert McGuire 4. Larry Ealey 5. Jeff Weinacher 6. Steven Frindt 7. Jim Counterman 8. Dave Parker

Four Cylinder Expert Feature: 1. Mike Travis (Liberty, NY) 2. Dan Curry 3. Tim Curry 4. Shawn Maloney 5. Ivan Guerra 6. Cody Houghtaling 7. John Houghtaling 8. Billy Porter 9. Robert Clarke

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth (North Branch, NY) 2. Anthony Bello 3. Joey Aungst 4. Conner Piasecki 5. Phillip Abramo 6. Katie Verwys 7. Teddy Cranmer

Beginner Bandolero Feature: 1. Dylan Abramo (Elmwood Park, NJ) 2. Nick Archiere 3. Justin Aungst 4. Joey Lamontagne

June 10th, 2017

Sportsman Feature: 1. Kyle Redner (Pine Bush, NY) 2. Paul Martin 3. Jeff Richardson 4. Jerry Curry 5. Eric Moon 6. Dan Dulin DNS. Phil Collins

BMS Modified Feature: 1. John Cote (New Milford, CT) 2. Blair Culhane 3. Joe DeGracia 4. Skip LaPolt 5. Tyler Dachenhausen 6. Jim Fugel 7. Rob Rafferty 8. Rob Konikowski 9. Stephen Kammer

Legends Feature: 1. Alex McCollum (Philipsburg, NJ ) 2. Jim Sylvester 3. Gillian Kirkpatrick 4. Artie Pedersen 5. Peter Bennett 6. Allan Pedersen 7. Jonathan Puleo 8. Steven Chapman 9. Mikey Policastro 10. Eugene Drew 11. Robert Silver 12. Sean Verwys 13. Jeff Lefcourt 14. Storm Drew

Pro Stock Feature Holdover: 1. Kenny Atkins (Grahamsville, NY) 2. Ed Butler 3. Brent Shaddock 4. Jim Helt 5. Eric Moon 6. Vinny Stanton Sr. 7. Art McArthur DNS. Jim Sykes

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Kenny Atkins (Grahamsville, NY) 2. Vinny Stanton Sr. 3. Eric Moon 4. Brent Shaddock 5. Jim Helt 6. Art McArthur

Street Stock Feature: 1. Amber VanOrden (Hawley, PA) 2. Walt Henry 3. Gary VanOrden Sr. 4. Kyle Welsch 5. Brian Bauerfeind 6. Bill Deak Sr. 7. Mario Contarino 8. Patty Falkena 9. Dale Fiske

Four Cylinder Expert Feature: 1. Joe Smith (Liberty, NY) 2. Mike Travis 3. Ivan Guerra 4. Cody Houghtaling 5. John Houghtaling 6. Billy Porter 7. Tim Curry 8. Shawn Maloney 9. Skip Morris

Four Cylinder Novice Feature: 1. Robert Beach (Liberty, NY) 2. Nick Curry 3. Eddie Jones Jr. 4. Felicia Reichenbaugh 5. Dan Houghtaling 6. Cliff Levinson 7. James Curry 8. Bryan Zeininger 9.Tabitha Riordan

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth (North Branch, NY) 2. Anthony Bello 3. Conner Piasecki 4. Katie Verwys 5. Teddy Cranmer 6. Tyler Alkas 7. Philip Abramo 8. Dominic Abbatiello 9. Joey Aungst

Enduro Dash: 1. Mike Travis (Liberty, NY) 2. Eddie Jones, Jr. 3. John Houghtaling 4. Cody Houghtaling 5. Ivan Guerra 6. Cliff Levinson 7. Thomas Riordan 8. Tim Curry

Beginner Bandolero Feature: 1. Dylan Abramo (Elmwood Park, NJ) 2. Justin Aungst 3. Joey Lamontagne

REDNER HEATS UP WITH THE WEATHER AND WINS SPORTSMAN TWO WEEKS IN A ROW!

In Sportsman feature action, Defending Champion Kyle Redner has been known to do his winning in streaks. This past Saturday it looks like the pattern has formed again as he picked up his second win of the season in consecutive fashion. Jerry Curry jumped out front but just for one lap as ‘Ironman’ Eric Moon took the point on lap 2 and held it there during the first half of the race. Kyle Redner who started in the third position searched high and low for a way to get around the strong running Moon with his potent 22E machine. Just prior to the halfway point a yellow was throw for a three car accident in turn 2. On the ensuing restart Redner found the winning courage as he muscled around Moon on the high groove to take the lead and began to pull away. Paul Martin was next to challenge Moon for second, with five laps to go Martin found a hole and was able to overtake the second position with Jeff Richardson following suit for third. At the checkers, it was all Redner, followed by Martin and Richardson.

Multi-Time Track Champion John Cote overcame camshaft problems from the previous week and was off to a rocket start in the BMS Modifieds feature at the drop of the green. Stephen Kammer held onto 2nd as Rob Rafferty staked 3rd. Rafferty’s run was soon bypassed by Blair Culhane as he squeaked by, setting his sights on Kammer and, ultimately, Cote. Culhane hammered down, passing Kammer. Cote still remained about a full straightaway ahead with laps winding down. Under yellow flag, Bethel Motor Speedway EMTs promptly responded to turn 3 where Rafferty required medical attention following incident. The race was put under red flag as efforts were made to ensure Rafferty’s safe removal from the race car. As of press time, Rafferty had been released from the hospital and recovering from a very sore back. With three laps remaining once the race went green, Cote maintained his lead, crossing the line victorious for his first feature win of the season, followed by a tenacious Culhane and steady running Kammer. Following post race technical inspection, Joe DeGracia was declared the third place finisher.

In the Legends feature event, adept driver Alex McCollum gripped onto pole sitter Artie Pedersen’s position on the inside line early in the race. Jim Sylvester also tried the inside line of Pedersen as he fought for the number two spot in a challenging run. McCollum had picked up almost an entire straightaway ahead of the pack before caution came out. Sylvester took over spot number 2 once caution was lifted, a position he would hold for the remainder of the race. McCollum took the checkered, followed by Sylvester and last week’s Legends feature winner Gillian Kirkpatrick, whom pulled off her third place finish in the final laps.

Pro Stocks ran a holdover feature from a previous night and at the drop of the green rookie Brent Shaddock shot out like a cannon from his pole starting position. Many thought the Shaddock looked destined for his first victory of the season but top gun driver, Kenny Atkins had other thoughts. Atkins charged his way from his seventh starting position to take over second position from Jim Helt on lap six and began tracking down the big lead of Shaddock. While Shaddock was navigating his way around lap traffic is when Atkins made his winning move on Lap 15, strong running Ed Butler overtook second on the following lap fro Shaddock. At the checkers was Atkins picking up his second win of the season followed by Butler and the strong finish of Shaddock for third.

In the regularly scheduled Pro Stock feature again found Kenny Atkins picking up the feature win but was a much easier task than the first feature run earlier in the night. Atkins came from fourth position to take the lead from Vinny Stanton Sr. on Lap 4 and never looked back cruising to his third win of the season. Stanton held steady to take home second and Eric Moon nipped Brent Shaddock at the line to take home third place.

The fan favorite street stocks found Amber VanOrden annihilating the field from her eighth starting position. A. VanOrden known for running it deep on the outside, used that groove to her advantage and was the first to challenge early leader Bill Deak Sr. and took over the lead down the front chute on Lap 6. Walt Henry followed up thru the pack to take second on Lap 7 and threw everything but the kitchen sink to get past A. VanOrden for the lead but had to settle for second as she picked up her fourth victory of the season over Henry, and proud papa Gary VanOrden Sr in third position.

Perhaps the best race of the night was the Four Cylinder Expert feature. Joe Smith and current point leader Mike Travis put on a show as they battled each other for fifteen laps door to door, swapping the lead back and forth many times much to the fans delight and constant cheering. Coming to the checkers Smith was able to keep the handle of his car and beat Travis by inches at the finishing line to take home his first victory of the season over the strong running Travis. Former Champion, Ivan Guerra was in the catbird seat most of the race just waiting for the leaders to tangle but ended up settling for third position.

Mikey Roth had an outstanding run in the Bandolero feature event as he set his sights on the awaiting victory, never once faltering as he staked his claim. Despite a few cautions Roth maintained his position, and with the race underway a determined Katie Verwys charged along in second until a hard run ended in her deviation to the rear. Anthony Bello, no stranger to victory lane at the speedway, tried his best to hunt down Roth. Bello stayed within close vicinity to Roth’s back bumper and with just one turn remaining in the race he made his attempt to squeeze by on the inside as the checkered flag flew, making for a photo finish. Roth crossed the line in first for his second feature victory of the year, followed by Bello and Connor Piasecki who had an outstanding run of his own. In honorable mention, fourth place finisher Katie Verwys picked up her Bandolero Bandits divisional win.

Mike Travis won the Enduro Dash in dominant fashion as he came from last to first to win it. Eddie Jones Jr, and John Houghtaling rounded out the Top 3.

Newcomer Justin Abramo broke Justin Aungst’s winning streak in Beginner Bandolero action. Abramo led every lap to take home the feature win in his debut at the speedway. Aungst and Joey Lamontagne finished second and third respectively.

Sportsman Feature: 1. Kyle Redner (Pine Bush, NY) 2. Paul Martin 3. Jeff Richardson 4. Jerry Curry 5. Eric Moon 6. Dan Dulin DNS. Phil Collins

BMS Modified Feature: 1. John Cote (New Milford, CT) 2. Blair Culhane 3. Joe DeGracia 4. Skip LaPolt 5. Tyler Dachenhausen 6. Jim Fugel 7. Rob Rafferty 8. Rob Konikowski 9. Stephen Kammer

Legends Feature: 1. Alex McCollum (Philipsburg, NJ ) 2. Jim Sylvester 3. Gillian Kirkpatrick 4. Artie Pedersen 5. Peter Bennett 6. Allan Pedersen 7. Jonathan Puleo 8. Steven Chapman 9. Mikey Policastro 10. Eugene Drew 11. Robert Silver 12. Sean Verwys 13. Jeff Lefcourt 14. Storm Drew

Pro Stock Feature Holdover: 1. Kenny Atkins (Grahamsville, NY) 2. Ed Butler 3. Brent Shaddock 4. Jim Helt 5. Eric Moon 6. Vinny Stanton Sr. 7. Art McArthur DNS. Jim Sykes

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Kenny Atkins (Grahamsville, NY) 2. Vinny Stanton Sr. 3. Eric Moon 4. Brent Shaddock 5. Jim Helt 6. Art McArthur

Street Stock Feature: 1. Amber VanOrden (Hawley, PA) 2. Walt Henry 3. Gary VanOrden Sr. 4. Kyle Welsch 5. Brian Bauerfeind 6. Bill Deak Sr. 7. Mario Contarino 8. Patty Falkena 9. Dale Fiske

Four Cylinder Expert Feature: 1. Joe Smith (Liberty, NY) 2. Mike Travis 3. Ivan Guerra 4. Cody Houghtaling 5. John Houghtaling 6. Billy Porter 7. Tim Curry 8. Shawn Maloney 9. Skip Morris

Four Cylinder Novice Feature: 1. Robert Beach (Liberty, NY) 2. Nick Curry 3. Eddie Jones Jr. 4. Felicia Reichenbaugh 5. Dan Houghtaling 6. Cliff Levinson 7. James Curry 8. Bryan Zeininger 9.Tabitha Riordan

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth (North Branch, NY) 2. Anthony Bello 3. Conner Piasecki 4. Katie Verwys 5. Teddy Cranmer 6. Tyler Alkas 7. Philip Abramo 8. Dominic Abbatiello 9. Joey Aungst

Enduro Dash: 1. Mike Travis (Liberty, NY) 2. Eddie Jones, Jr. 3. John Houghtaling 4. Cody Houghtaling 5. Ivan Guerra 6. Cliff Levinson 7. Thomas Riordan 8. Tim Curry

Beginner Bandolero Feature: 1. Dylan Abramo (Elmwood Park, NJ) 2. Justin Aungst 3. Joey Lamontagne

June 3rd, 2017

Sportsman Feature: 1. Kyle Redner (Pine Bush, NY) 2. Rick Mill 3. Jeff Richardson 4. Paul Martin 5. Dan Dulin 6. Mike Dutka 7. Al Archiere 8. Matt Curry 9. Dom Roselli 10. Jerry Curry

Sportsman Feature Holdover 5/23/17 : 1. Jeff Richardson (Goshen, NY) 2. Paul Martin 3. Dom Roselli 4. Kyle Redner 5. Jerry Curry 6. Mike Dutka 7. Dan Dulin 8. Al Archiere 9. Rick Mill 10. Matt Curry DNS. Milton Mann DNS. Bill Deckelman DNS. Ed Dachenhausen

BMS Modified Feature: 1. Skip LaPolt (Swan Lake, NY) 2. Blair Culhane 3. Rob Rafferty 4. Steve Galgano 5. Stephen Kammer 6. Joe DeGracia 7.Tyler Dachenhausen 8. Rob Konikowski DNS: John Cote

Legends Feature: 1. Gillian Kirkpatrick (Washingtonville, NY ) 2. Alex McCollum 3. Peter Bennett 4. Artie Petersen 5. Mikey Policastro 6. Robert Silver 7. Chris Gall 8. Steven Chapman 9. Nick VanWickle 10. Sean Verwys 11. Brian Schoch

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler (Bethel, NY) 2. Kenny Atkins 3. Vinny Stanton Sr. 4. John Roese 5. Art McArthur 6. Jim Helt

Street Stock Feature: 1. Kyle Welsch (Narrowsburg, NY) 2. Amber VanOrden 3. Walt Henry 4. Gary VanOrden Sr. 5. Bill Deak Sr. 6. Shawn Maloney 7. Mario Contarino 8. Phil Funcheon 9. Larry O’Donnell 10. JB Morris

Four Cylinder Expert Feature: 1. Cody Houghtaling (Monticello, NY) 2. Mike Travis 3. Joe Morris 4. Tim Curry 5. Skip Morris DNS: Joe Smith

Four Cylinder Novice Feature: 1. Nick Curry (Neversink, NY) 2. Dan Houghtaling 3. Felicia Reichenbaugh 4. Gene Helms 5. Vinny Degraw 6. Bryan Zeininger 7. Marcus Small 8. Eddie Jones Jr. 9. Cliff Levinson 10. Tabitha Riordan 11. Robert Beach

Bandolero Feature: 1. Anthony Bello (Newtown, CT) 2. Katie Verwys 3. Mike Roth 4. Joey Aungst 5. Tyler Alkas 6. Dominic Abbatiello 7. Teddy Cranmer 8. Connor Piasecki

Enduro Dash: 1. Dan Houghtaling (Monticello, NY) 2. John Houghtaling 3. Joe Smith 4. Matt Curry 5. Richard Smith 6. Anthony Tarantino 7. Mike Travis

Beginner Bandolero Feature: 1. Justin Aungst (Pompton Lakes, NJ) 2. Nick Archiere 3. Joey Lamontagne

The “R’s” have the winning RPM’s as Redner and Richardson win Sportsman Features!

This past Saturday was Skelly’s Towing Night which consisted of a classic car cruise in behind the grandstands and a car show parade around the speedway. It also found a big night of racing action to the many fans in attendance.

The mighty Sportsman class was busy this night as they ran dual features with a previous holdover feature being scheduled in. The holdover feature quickly found Mike Dutka jumping out into the early lead from his third position to lead the first lap. Dutka held a comfortable lead until Lap 5 when the yellow came out for Matt Curry and Kyle Redner, which also forced other strong runners pitside. When the race restarted Jeff Richardson took command of the lead and began to pull away from the rest of the pack. Meanwhile both Paul Martin and Dom Roselli cracked into the top three and slowly began to reel in Richardson, however both Martin and Roselli needed more lap to contend for the win. Richardson picked up his second win of the season followed by Martin and Roselli.

In the regular scheduled Sportsman feature for the night found Dan Dulin and defending track champ Kyle Redner pacing the field for the start of the feature with the green flag waving the two cars drag raced down the frontstretch and into turn 1 with Redner getting ahead. The pass proved to be the winning pass as Redner wired the field in dominance as he had hardcharger Rick Mill in second place putting the pressure on but not enough steam to get by. As the race went on Mill had to play on the defense as previous holdover feature winner Jeff Richardson and last week’s feature winner Paul Martin began to pressure Mill for second. As the leaders came down to the dual checkers it was all Kyle Redner as he picked up his first feature win of the season followed by Mill and Richardson.

As the BMS Modifieds began their feature run, Steve Galgano was able to ease into the number one spot ahead of front row sitters Stephen Kammer and Rob Rafferty on Lap 5. Galgano known as the Wingdale Warrior looked strong and destined for a top finish. However, luck wasn’t on Galgano’s side as a hardcharging Blair Culhane made a strong power move off turn two to take the lead but his bid to do so resulted in accidental contact bringing out the yellow which sent both drivers to the rear of the field on Lap 9. On the restart, veteran driver Skip LaPolt jumped out front for the lead over Rafferty. LaPolt who was sporting a newly loaned powerplant under the hood from a fellow racer began to pull ahead while Galgano and Culhane sliced their ways back up through the pack. LaPolt brought home the bacon for his first feature win of the season followed by a strong rebounding Culhane for second. Rafferty held on for a strong third place finish.

Patience and persistence paid off for Gillian Kirkpatrick in the Legends car feature event. From her start on the inside pole, Kirkpatrick led every lap of the race, the first few with outside pole sitter Artie Pedersen glued at her side in an exciting door-to-door battle. Multi-time Bethel feature winner Alex McCollum was close behind, trying to capture Kirkpatrick’s lead but to no avail. With McCollum scooping up the second spot and all cars running single file around the quarter mile, a red hot Kirkpatrick proved a fierce competitor as she crossed the checkered line, taking her first Legends win of 2017 at Bethel. The win proved to be a sentimental victory for Kirkpatrick as she dedicated the win to her grandfather who sadly passed away two weeks ago. An assiduous McCollum came home second, followed by Peter Bennett with another strong run placing third.

In Pro Stock feature action, it proved to to be the Butler and Atkins Show. At the start of the green, Jim Helt jumped out front from his second starting position, however it was short lived as second place running Arthur McArthur spun off turn 4 and damaging the tire of Helt. Helt had to go pitside to change the tire which inherited the lead to Kenny Atkins. Atkins took command of the lead when racing resumed but was soon overtaken by a strong running Ed Butler. Atkins was able to run side by side, mere inches away from Butler as they ran in close quarters but was never able to muscle ahead again to take the lead. Butler picked up a hard earned second win of the season closely followed by Atkins. Vinny Stanton Sr. was able to take home third position.

The fan favorite street stock again put forth an exciting race for those in the audience. 2016 Street Stock Shootout Series Champ, Kyle Welsch came from deep in the field to pick up a much hard earned first victory of the season. The race started out with Mario Contarino pacing the field followed by Phil Funcheon in second place. At the halfway point Welsch was able to get my Funcheon for second place, three laps later Welsch made a strong inside move stick in turn 3 and advanced ahead of Contarino for the lead coming out of turn 4. Top point contenders Amber VanOrden and Walt Henry again marched forward methodically thru the pack and found them picking up second and third place honors respectfully and to the fan’s delight.

Cody Houghtaling picked up his first feature of the season in the Four Cylinder Expert class. It appeared that Tim Curry had the race won but was bit by some bad luck on Lap 15 when his car lost power as he had a comfortable lead. After the yellow, Houghtaling jumped out into the lead and held off a very strong Mike Travis for the remaining five laps to pick up the victory. Joe Morris picked up third position with the checkers waving.

In Four Cylinder Novice feature action, found Bryan Zeininger out front early in the race until fifth place starting Nick Curry overtook the lead on Lap 6. It was then smooth sailing for the young Curry as he took home his first feature victory of the season, followed by a hard chaging Dan Houghtaling coming from his eight starting position to finish second. Felicia Reichenbaugh put in a strong effort to finish third and is proving to be a top contender in the class this year.

With the Bandolero feature event underway, Anthony Bello quickly cinched the lead over Katie Verwys. An exciting three car battle for third saw Mikey Roth, Teddy Cranmer and Joey Aungst vouch for position. Roth soon nabbed the podium position, as he and each of the top three runners maintained about a four car length apart from each other. After a stellar run Bello came out victorious, followed by Verwys and Roth.

Enduro action found Dan Houghtaling battling a strong running John Houghtaling throughout the entire distance but was able to come home victorious in the nightcap event. Joe Smith was able to cross the line third.

Justin Aungst has continued his hot streak in the Beginner Bandolero class as he picked up his third win of the season this past Saturday. This victory was harder earned has he had to contend with Nick Archiere who led the first eight laps before settling for second.

Results:

Sportsman Feature: 1. Kyle Redner (Pine Bush, NY) 2. Rick Mill 3. Jeff Richardson 4. Paul Martin 5. Dan Dulin 6. Mike Dutka 7. Al Archiere 8. Matt Curry 9. Dom Roselli 10. Jerry Curry

Sportsman Feature Holdover 5/23/17 : 1. Jeff Richardson (Goshen, NY) 2. Paul Martin 3. Dom Roselli 4. Kyle Redner 5. Jerry Curry 6. Mike Dutka 7. Dan Dulin 8. Al Archiere 9. Rick Mill 10. Matt Curry DNS. Milton Mann DNS. Bill Deckelman DNS. Ed Dachenhausen

BMS Modified Feature: 1. Skip LaPolt (Swan Lake, NY) 2. Blair Culhane 3. Rob Rafferty 4. Steve Galgano 5. Stephen Kammer 6. Joe DeGracia 7.Tyler Dachenhausen 8. Rob Konikowski DNS: John Cote

Legends Feature: 1. Gillian Kirkpatrick (Washingtonville, NY ) 2. Alex McCollum 3. Peter Bennett 4. Artie Petersen 5. Mikey Policastro 6. Robert Silver 7. Chris Gall 8. Steven Chapman 9. Nick VanWickle 10. Sean Verwys 11. Brian Schoch

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler (Bethel, NY) 2. Kenny Atkins 3. Vinny Stanton Sr. 4. John Roese 5. Art McArthur 6. Jim Helt

Street Stock Feature: 1. Kyle Welsch (Narrowsburg, NY) 2. Amber VanOrden 3. Walt Henry 4. Gary VanOrden Sr. 5. Bill Deak Sr. 6. Shawn Maloney 7. Mario Contarino 8. Phil Funcheon 9. Larry O’Donnell 10. JB Morris

Four Cylinder Expert Feature: 1. Cody Houghtaling (Monticello, NY) 2. Mike Travis 3. Joe Morris 4. Tim Curry 5. Skip Morris DNS: Joe Smith

Four Cylinder Novice Feature: 1. Nick Curry (Neversink, NY) 2. Dan Houghtaling 3. Felicia Reichenbaugh 4. Gene Helms 5. Vinny Degraw 6. Bryan Zeininger 7. Marcus Small 8. Eddie Jones Jr. 9. Cliff Levinson 10. Tabitha Riordan 11. Robert Beach

Bandolero Feature: 1. Anthony Bello (Newtown, CT) 2. Katie Verwys 3. Mike Roth 4. Joey Aungst 5. Tyler Alkas 6. Dominic Abbatiello 7. Teddy Cranmer 8. Connor Piasecki

Enduro Dash: 1. Dan Houghtaling (Monticello, NY) 2. John Houghtaling 3. Joe Smith 4. Matt Curry 5. Richard Smith 6. Anthony Tarantino 7. Mike Travis

Beginner Bandolero Feature: 1. Justin Aungst (Pompton Lakes, NJ) 2. Nick Archiere 3. Joey Lamontagne