Frank Dumicich, Sr. of East Quoque, NY took the early lead in the main event, but he was quickly overhauled by son Frank, Jr., the winner the last time the series invaded the fast ¼ mile. Turbush was on the prowl however, and he quickly disposed of the Dumicich machines to make his way to the head of the field.
At the checkers, it was Turbush rolling into victory lane for his fifth win of the 2015 campaign, with Dumicich, Jr., and Sr. rounding out the podium in second and third. Josh Stringer of East Killingly, CT and Tyler Chapman of Mystic, CT rounded out the top five.
Mark “Sparky“ MacIver of Sandown took an impressive win in the 350 Supers, holding off a determined Mike Netishen of Auburn to post the victory. Nottingham’s Brandee Tree won her heat race and set the pace for the first several laps, when Netishen and MacIver took her three-wide on the backstretch to get past.
Netishen moved out to the lead for a couple of laps, but MacIver dug deep and eventually made his way past the points leader to earn win number three on the season aboard the Bob Chabot machine. Netishen took runner-up honors, with veteran John Leonard third followed by John Burke of Derry and former Roadrunner champ Billy Osborne of Kingston.
Strictly Stock veteran John Cashman of Danvers, MA made his second 2015 trip to victory lane, outrunning Epsom’s Mike Williams and Bret Culleton of Pelham. Defending champ Steve Douphinette of Raymond and rookie Mike Scott rounded out the top five.
Bobbo Williams took his second win of the year in the Roadrunner main event, outrunning third-generation racer “Mad Max” Dolliver, Paul Wainwright, Kody Parker, Josh Adie, Jef James, Melinda McCarthy, Justin Storace, Harry Robinson, and Robert Fields.