Thompson Notes: William Wall Grabs Fourth Late Model Win Of 2016

William Wall celebrates victory in the Late Model feature Wednesday at Thompson Speedway (Photo: Thompson Speedway)

William Wall celebrates victory in the Late Model feature Wednesday at Thompson Speedway (Photo: Thompson Speedway)

THOMPSON – William Wall picked up his fourth victory of the season in the 25-lap Late Model feature Wednesday at Thompson Speedway.

Wall, of Shrewsbury, Mass., held off the charges of Matt Lowinski-Loh in the closing stages.

Lowinski-Loh of Milford, Mass. was second and Rick Gentes of Woonsocket, R.I. third.

John Zych Jr. of Mendon, Mass. won his second consecutive Northeatern Midget Association Event in the 25-lap feature for the divison.

Zych also won Saturday at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl.

Seth Carlson of Brimfield, Mass. was second and Jim Chambers of Atkinson, N.H. third.

Josh Wood of Palmer, Mass. got his third win of the season in the 20-lap Limited Sportsman feature.

Corey Hutchings of Salem was second and Ryan Waterman of Danielson third.

Joe Baxter of Pascoag, R.I. won the 15-lap Mini Stock feature. Wayne Burroughs Jr. of Oakdale was second and Brad Caddick of Wyoming, R.I. third. 

Editors note: According to results published on the Thompson Speedway website Thursday morning, Baxter was disqualified from victory in the Mini Stock feature, giving the win to Burroughs, moving Caddick to second and Eric Bourgeois of East Haddam to third. No explanation was published for the disqualification. 

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  1. The late model championship should be interesting. The 70 will wreck the 4 to win the championship and anyone else in the 70 way will get dumped also. Track officials won’t do a thing about it.

  2. I believe Baxter was disqualified because he didn’t go to post race tech. It was very obvious that he was running an NEMST car not a Thompson Legal Mini.

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