SHOREHAM’S ANTHONY WARREN celebrated his second O’Reilly Auto Parts Limited Sportsman win of the season at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Sunday evening.
Photo by Bill McGaffin
WEST HAVEN — The 20-lap O’Reilly Auto Parts Limited Sportsman Feature proved to be the most successful race for Addison County drivers at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway this past weekend.
Shoreham’s Anthony Warren came out tops in that feature, and local drivers took four of the next six places in the race.
And three local rookies — Justin Stone of Middlebury, James Hanson of Orwell and Troy Audet of Bridport — claimed second-place finishes in other races that night at the West Haven track.
Warren rebounded from a tough outing last week to grab his second victory of the season in the 20-lap...
SHOREHAM’S ANTHONY WARREN displays the checkered flag and the trophy he earned for winning the O’Reilly Auto Parts Limited Sportsman “Topless” feature in exciting fashion at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Sunday.
Photo by Bill McGaffin
WEST HAVEN — Shoreham’s Anthony Warren picked up the win in the O’Reilly Auto Parts Limited Sportsman 20-lap race to provide the local highlight in Sunday racing at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, with racing again held without fans present due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Warren, driving on his 12th wedding anniversary, edged cousin Anthony Ryan of Benson by taking the lead on the final lap’s first turn. Warren slid under Ryan as they hit the curve and held on from there, and it was the only lap he led as they dueled to the finish.
Polesitter Johnny Bruno took third, and Brandon’s Matt Bilodeau...
WEST HAVEN — Anthony Warren of Shoreham came back to the Devil’s Bowl Speedway here on Sunday and won a race for the second week in a row, and two other Addison County drivers also notched victories during the evening’s racing.
Warren found himself in the right place in the rough-and-tumble O’Reilly Auto Parts Limited Sportsman feature, and ended up in Victory Lane for the second week in a row. Anthony Ryan of Benson was leading and headed for his first win when contact from second-place driver Matt Bilodeau sent both cars head-on into the wall at lap 14. Warren inherited the lead just as the...
SHOREHAM’S ANTHONY WARREN was a first-time O’Reilly Auto Parts Limited Sportsman winner at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway Mid-Season Championships on Sunday, and celebrated his victory with Community College of Vermont President Joyce Judy.
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WEST HAVEN — At Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Sunday, Shoreham’s Anthony Warren became the Limited Sportsman Division’s sixth first-time winner of 2019 in a race dominated by Addison County drivers.
Using the outside lane with the hard-charging style that has become his signature, Warren’s power move around leader Adam Piper of Leicester came with two laps left in the scheduled 20-lap distance. A last-minute caution re-racked the field for the finish, but Warren drove off into the sunset.
In an evening sponsored by the Community College of Vermont in which double points were awarded for each...