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.
Credit Bill McGaffin Photo
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...
DESPITE THE DRAMA, drivers Adam Pierson (in car No. 15) and Kenny Tremont Jr. (in No. 115) were unhurt in this wreck at Devil’s Bowl Speedway this past Sunday, and both actually returned to finish the race after repairs. Tremont and Pierson ranked 1-2 in the track’s championship standings entering the event.
Photo by Alan Ward
WEST HAVEN – The full moon hovering over Devil’s Bowl Speedway seemed to influence just about every lap of the dirt track action on Sunday, when Frank Hoard III and Floyd Billington ended long victory droughts and four drivers found themselves upside down.
No local racers won, but Orwell’s Tim LaDuc took second to lead a strong county showing in the main event, and Middlebury’s Jake Barrows also posted a second-place effort.
Manchester Center’s Hoard prevailed in the 30-lap Sportsman Modified feature after several top-five finishes in recent weeks. Hoard came from 21st starting position to...
LEICESTER’S ADAM PIPER won the O’Reilly Auto Parts Limited Sportsman race on Rutland Regional Medical Center “Hometown Heroes” Night at Devil’s Bowl Speedway this past Sunday. Photo credit Jeremy McGaffin/Showstopper Designs & Photography
WEST HAVEN — New York driver Kenny Tremont Jr. did it again on Sunday, winning for the second time in five days and for the fourth straight time at Devil’s Bowl Speedway. Leicester racer Adam Piper also picked up his first victory of the summer that evening.
Tremont earned his triumph in the 30-lap Sportsman Modified feature. Tremont started in 18th place and needed some luck to win the race. Early on, Adam Pierson — the only driver to truly keep pace with Tremont so far in 2019 — tangled with Shoreham’s Brent Warren and fell out of contention.
Several other frontrunners — including Fletcher’...
CHRIS SUMNER OF Ripton drove his Honda Accord to victory the Enduro Series race at Devil's Bowl Speedway in West Haven on July 3. Courtesy of Bill McGaffin Photos
WEST HAVEN — In dirt track auto racing on July 3, New York driver Kenny Tremont Jr. added to his already impressive win total, and Ripton racer Chris Sumner also picked up a victory at Devil’s Bowl Speedway.
Tremont is the leader in all-time victories and championships at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, and his victory on July 3 came with personal milestones attached to it.
Tremont dominated the second half of the 100-lap main event in the Sportsman Modified division to take his third consecutive win at Devil’s Bowl and the 85th of his career at the track. The win was the 375th overall victory of his...
ORWELL DRIVER RONNIE ALGER (No. 54) takes the inside position in his white Monte Carlo, with Kevin Elliott (No. 98) and Andrew FitzGerald (No. 55) race up top through Turn 2 in Super Stock action at Devil's Bowl Speedway on Sunday. Alan Ward photo courtesy of Devil’s Bowl
WEST HAVEN — New York racer Kenny Tremont Jr. won the 54-lap Charlie LaDuc Memorial at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Sunday, a night during which local drivers settled for a series of top-three finishes, including Middlebury’s Justin Comes in that 54-lap main event.
Tremont was in 13th place at lap 29, but took the lead seven circuits later and was never behind after that. Alex Bell dominated the first half of the race, but several caution periods hit just past the midway point and the race changed dramatically.
After being stuck outside the top 10 all race, Tremont sliced through the pack three-...