The track was able to run the SK Light Modified and Mini Stock features Saturday before rain forced the cancellation of the remainder of the racing card.
Barry, of Plainfield, scored his first victory of the season in the 25-lap SK Light Modified feature.
“I owe it all to my father,” Barry said. “It’s all my father. He spends 80 hours a week on this thing.”
Cal Therrien of Vernon was second and Cory DiMatteo of Farmington third.
Alan Bennincaso started on the pole with Brett Gonyaw second, but the, the action was brief at the start as three cars near the rear of the field were involved in a wreck on the backstretch before half a lap was completed.
The second attempt to start the race was again a mess when Benincaso, Gonyaw and Chris Correll wrecked off of turn two. Correll’s car caused damage to the turn two track entrance gate, causing a long delay, with rain seemingly on the way.
It had Barry, who had assumed the lead after the wreck, worried.
“I was kind of disappointed when we went to the red flag,” Barry said. “I knew we had a great car tonight and I really wanted to race tonight.”
Barry had nothing to worry about. The race got restarted and it was all his show as he easily checked out from the field on the way to victory.
Canfield, of East Haven, got his second victory of the season in the 25-lap Mini Stock feature.
Ken Cassidy Jr. of Lisbon was second and Sean Caron of East Hampton was third.
Jordan Hadley, who started third, made a quick three-wide move to get to second while Ian Brew went to the lead on lap two past Matthew Geurtin.
Hadley got under Brew to take over the lead on lap three.
The caution came out with 16 laps left with Hadley leading second place Doug Curry and third place Charles Canfield.
Hadley held the top spot on the restart with Canfield moving to second and Dave Trudeau to third.
With 12 laps left Canfield looked under Hadley in a bid for the lead, but Hadley defended his spot out front.
The caution flew with six laps remaining for a frontstretch spin with Hadley leading Canfield and Trudeau in third.
On the next restart Hadley and Canfield went side-by-side for two laps. Hadley was able to clear Canfield with four laps remaining and Trudeau moved to second place before the caution flew again with three laps left.
On the restart Hadley and Trudeau went side-by-side in a battle for the lead. But on lap 24 the two made contact on the backstretch with both spinning, allowing Canfield to move to the front.
It set up a green-white-checkered finish with Canfield leading Caron in second and Cassidy in third.
On the restart it was Canfield leaving the battle to be fought for second place. Canfield took the checkered with Cassidy edging Caron for third at the line.
“I don’t know,” Canfield said. “I just want to drive this thing in the trailer the way it is. This thing is great. It’s a great setup, grew power today. Shout out to my crew. We worked hard getting this thing right.”