At North Woodstock, N.H., on Saturday night, Hallowell’s Johnny Clark overcame a 17th place starting spot to pass Hollis’ Richie Dearborn on lap 111 and he led the rest of the way to capture his first ever win at White Mountain Motorsports Park in the Pro All-Stars Series Super Late Model North 150.
Louis Mechalides of Tynesboro, Mass. was second and rounding out the top 10 were Parsonsfield’s Trevor Sanborn; the father-son duo of Mike and Ben Rowe of Turner, Farmington’s Cassius Clark, Scarborough’s Kelly Moore, Steve Legendre of St. Johnsbury, Vt., Berwick’s Joey Doiron and Dresden’s Scott Chubbuck.
As for other Eastern Maine drivers, Orrington’s Scott Alexander was 11th; Bangor’s Gary Smith was 13th and Morrill’s Travis Benjamin was 17th, Austin Theriault of Fort Fairfield was 21st and Unity’s Dustin Hubbard and Randy Turner were 26th and 27th, respectively.
Revolution driver finishes 3rd
Sixteen-year-old Darrell Wallace Jr., one of the four drivers under the Revolution Racing umbrella, finished third in the K&N Pro Series East Goodyear Dealers of Iowa 200 at Iowa Speedway Sunday.
Cherryfield’s Andy Santerre is the competition director for the 909 Group and Revolution Racing, which has taken over the Drive for Diversity program in NASCAR aimed at giving minorities and women chances to be involved as drivers and crew members.
Sergio Pena was 20th, Ryan Gifford finished 24th and Mackena Bell was 36th.
Max Greshman won the race.
Wallace Jr. is currently third in points; Gifford is fifth; Pena is 14th and Bell is 18th.