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Peter Taylor
Pos. # Driver  Hometown Owner
1 9 John Zych Jr. Mendon, MA John Zych Sr.
2 47 Randy Cabral Plymouth, MA Tim Bertrand
3 15a Avery Stoehr Lakeville, MA Russ Stoehr
4 21 Jim Chambers Atkinson, NH Mike Chambers
5 30 Paul Scally Raynham, MA Paul Scally
6 5b Bethany Stoehr Bridgewater, MA Greg Stoehr
7 51 Danny Cugini Marshfield, MA D.  Cugini
8 71 Seth Carlson Brimfield, CT Gene Feigel
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Pos. # Driver  Hometown Owner
1 13 Ryan Bigelow E. Hampton, CT Ryan Bigelow
2 11 PJ Stergios Candia, NH Bill Stergios
3 51 Danny Cugini Marshfield, MA D.  Cugini
4 12 Jim Chambers Atkinson, NH Jim Chambers
5 21 Anthony Payne Fairlawn, NJ Mike Scrivani
6 35 Randy Cabral Plymouth, MA Glen Cabral
7 29 John Zych Jr. Mendon, MA Matt Seymour
8 41 Megan CuginI Marshfield, MA D.  Cugini
9 9 Ben Mikitarian Northborough, MA John Mikitarian
10 30 Paul Scally Raynham, MA Paul Scally
11 20 Jeremy Decourcy Rochester, NH Jeremy Decourcy
12 38 Ryan Locke Raymond, NH  Ken Locke
13 17 Alan Chambers Atkinson, NH Mike Chambers

Her name is Lexi and she got the spend the day with the drivers and sit in the cars and ride in the push trucks. She also left with hero cards and a NEMA T-shirt.
Lexi cannot wait for NEMA to come back in September.
Zych Jr., Bigelow Impressive
in NEMA’s Return to Wiscasset
The Wiscasset Speedway & Ames True Value Hardware of Wiscasset put together a blockbuster evening for NEMA this past Saturday night, with packed stands, and fans eagerly awaiting the return of the Northeastern Midget Association Winged Warriors.

At the end of the night, a very happy John Zych Jr. and Ryan Bigelow took down NEMA & NEMA Lite wins, respectively.

The evening for NEMA started with time trials, to set the stage for a "two segment" 30 lap feature. John Zych Jr. blazed the trails in time trials setting quick time over Danny Cugini, with a blistering 13.040 second run.

In the first segment, by virtue of an invert, Bethany Stoehr and Randy Cabral would bring the field to green. Cabral and Stoehr would battle side by side for the first few laps of the feature, with Cabral coming out at the point. Cabral would begin to stretch his lead out over the field, and was never seriously challenged during the first segment of the feature event.

In the second segment, Avery Stoehr would take the lead early. Stoehr looked very strong, until his night changed entirely when his left side wing panel would come undone and eventually wind up off the race track. Fighting an ill handling race car, Stoehr would begin to fade, when last week's winner Seth Carlson then challenged for the lead. Unfortunately, Carlson's night would also come to an end after a brief lead, with a broken steering arm, sending him off the banking of the race track. When the race resumed, John Zych Jr. blasted into the lead, and was hotly pursued for a couple of laps by Danny Cugini. Cugini's night would come to an end with a power steering issue - and Zych was never seriously challenged after that point. Randy Cabral would finish second, followed by Avery Stoehr, Jim Chambers and Paul Scally.

"I liked the different format and the chance to go out and qualify. It was a few laps longer than we usually run so I knew we would have to save the tires for the final segment if we were to have any chance. We were fortunate that the car was perfect for both qualifying and the race. Sometime you have nights where you hit everything perfectly and Saturday was one of those nights. Wiscassett is a great track for NEMA. The fans and staff are excellent so I hoped they enjoyed the show as much as all of us," said Zych.

In the Lites feature, Ryan Bigelow and Paul Scally brought the field to green. Bigelow quickly blasted out into the lead with his SMG Motoring Ecotec. Bigelow has been historically fast at Wiscasset, running at the point for nearly the entire NEMA feature back in 2014.

Bigelow would quickly stretch out his lead, while further back behind him, PJ Stergios and Danny Cugini were fighting their way through the field.

Bigelow was never seriously challenged enroute to victory, over Stergios, Cugini, Jim Chambers, Anthony Payne, Randy Cabral, John Zych Jr., Meg Cugini, Ben Mikitarian, and Paul Scally.

"The car was absolutely awesome. My brother, Paul, made some adjustments just before practice, and the car couldn't have driven better. I need to thank my whole family for their support, and SMG Motoring for the power. Also - thanks to Wiscasset, it is one of my favorite tracks and the fans are just great!," exclaimed a happy Bigelow.
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