Thompson Notes: Derek Griffith Tops Pro All-Stars Series At Sunoco World Series



Derek Griffith celebrates victory in the Pro All-Stars Series feature Saturday at Thompson Speedway (Photo: Jim DuPont/RaceDayCT)

THOMPSON – Derek Griffith of Hudson, N.H. held off the charges of Austin MacDonald on a pair of late restarts to win the 75-lap Pro All-Stars Series feature at the Sunoco World Series at Thompson Speedway Saturday.

“My crew is so awesome,” Griffith said. “We’re so lucky to do what we do and we run really well. I’m just so lucky. I’m amazed at how much success we’ve had over the last couple years. I’ve just got to really thank them. … This is awesome. I don’t think I’ve won a World Series race yet, so this one means a lot.”

MacDonald of of Pictou, Nova Scotia held on for second and Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, Mass was third.

Ben Rowe of Turner, Maine. was fourth and Cory Casagrande of Stafford fifth.

Rob Richardi Jr. of North Easton, Mass. was victorious in the 22-lap Pro Four Modified feature.

Randy Clark of West Yarmouth, Mass. was second and Doug Meservey Jr. of South Chatham, Mass. third.

Randy Cabral of Plymouth, Mass. won the 25-lap NEMA Midget feature.

Ben Seitz of Monument Beach, Mass. was second and Avery Stoehr of Lakeville, Mass. third.

Gerard Giordano Jr. of Freeport, N.Y. edged Connor Souza of East Providence, R.I. in a side-by-side battle to the checkered to win the 35-lap Exit Realty Pro Truck feature.

Andrew Morin of Old Saybrook was third.

Nick Anderson of Oxford, Mass. scored victory in the 20-lap North East Mini Stock Tour feature.

Desmond Skillings of Antrim, N.H. was second and Mike Viens of Putnam third.



Comments

  1. I missed the 52 getting into the wall but heard it. Sounded like a really hard hit. Hopefully they can get the car back together for Seekonk in a couple weeks. The thing looked junked. I thought it was Dave Darling but it says Derek Griffith on race monitor. Did Griffith buy Darlings car did he run a backup? I only saw one Bristol Toyota 52 out there. Nice to see the 12g get to the lead by lap 50 all but ending the race for the win and allowing this cold patron an early exit.

  2. self correction Derek Ramstrom was in the 52 Dave Darling car not griffith. Too many Dereks i get confused when I am tired and cold

  3. csg,,, that Chassis is going to the Scrapyard, Bent beyond repair , Super Hard Hit ,,, Horrible hit into the Concrete … Strip off anything still good and Ramstrom will be delivering a New Chassis to replace that one plus any thing else that was junked , The decision to borrow Darling Car will cost Ramstrom a bundle plus fixing His own wrecked car , Wow that’s gotta really hurt the wallet…

  4. Thanks Suitcase. Many of us in the grandstand thought it was Dave Darling. Then when I checked to see who won when I got home I noticed it said Ramstrom. Yeah. that is going to be an expensive rental car bet he wished he paid for the optional additional insurance I am hoping Darling has another car or can get something for Seekonk in a couple weeks. Dave is pretty good at defending the home turf for the locals against the PASS outsiders there. Nice field of Pro Stocks last night.

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