Fearn, of East Longmeadow, Mass., drove to his fourth consecutive victory in the 30-lap Late Model feature Friday at Stafford.
It was the seventh victory overall in 13 starts this year for Fearn. It was also his 50th career victory overall at the track.
Fearn used a three-wide move in turn four on lap three to grab the lead and never looked back.
“We started eighth and we had a jingle there on lap two and I was able to get through,” Fearn said. “I guess that was the move of the race. A couple cars were fast, but we were pretty good tonight. We come to the track every week with a good car that’s capable of winning and I’m just the lucky guy that gets to drive it.”
“The car really turns,” Fearn said. “It gets off the corners so I was able to do what I could.”
Michael Wray of Northford was second and Joel Monahan of Whately, Mass. third.
Frank L’Etoile Jr. of Wethersfield scored his first career victory in the 20-lap Limited Late Model feature.
L’Etoile inherited the lead on lap four after Jeremy Lavoie was penalized for spinning leader R.J. Surdell.
From there L’Etoile never trailed again on the way to victory.
Paul Arute of Tolland was second and Albert Saunders of Stafford third. Surdell rallied to finish fourth.
Michael Hopkins of Springfield, Mass. scored his first career victory in the 15-lap DARE Stock feature.
“To put my name in the record books with some of the greatest drivers to ever drive a Modified or Late Model or Tour Type Modified or SK [Modified], you name it, it hasn’t even sunk in yet.” Hopkins said. “I don’t know. It means more than I could possibly put into words.”
Johnny Walker of Ludlow, Mass. was second and Brandon Michael of Granville, Mass. third.