Kaiden Fisher Makes First Win Count, Taking Myers Tiger Triple Crown Series Victory At Thunder Road

(Press release from Thunder Road International Speedbowl)

The third event in seven days at Thunder Road brought with it the second round of the Myers Container Service Flying Tiger Triple Crown Series and serious point battles on the track for the three top divisions. Yet another first-time winner was crowned at ‘The Road’ in just a four-day stretch as three drivers returned triumphant to the winners circle.

With the Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers taking center stage for round two of the Myers Container Service Triple Crown, there were thrills on each lap with the Number One Support Division in North America. A lap-7 caution piled up last week’s first time Tiger winner Adam Maynard, rookie runner Matt Ballard and White Mountain Motorsports Park driver Travis Patnoe as defending Triple Crown champion Mike Martin spun into the infield. Another big one hit the field on lap-19 as Eric ‘Teapot’ Johnson dropped fluid in turn four, sending a seven-car pile-up slipping and sliding into the wall. 

Following the lengthy fluid clean-up, rookie contender Kaiden Fisher got the jump and flew around the high banks with the top Flying Tiger competitors in hot pursuit. Fisher had it in the bag until the caution came out with three-to-go as fellow rookie Jacob Roy went for the spin cycle on the front stretch. Once again, the young Fisher got the jump and was the first one under the checkered flags for his first ever Flying Tiger win. Kevin Streeter and Michael MacAskill survived multiple-melees to round out the podium.

It was all Berlin’s Keegan Lamson in the Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Models getting the jump from the outside pole and never looking back as he led the Flag-to-Flag feature. Behind him, Brandon Lanphear, Kyle Pembroke, Marcel Gravel and Christopher Pelkey bobbed and weaved all around each other as they jousted in the top-5 for 50 non-stop laps. Lamson took the checkered flags but was relegated to last place in post-race technical inspection for a wheelbase infraction. Montpelier’s Kyle Pembroke took the win followed by Morrisville’s Brandon Lanphear and Graniteville’s Christopher Pelkey inherited third. 

After their Flag-to-Flag 25-lapper on Independence Day weekend, the rk Miles Street Stocks started off a little rough, with Swanson’s Todd Raymo calling for the first caution without a lap on the board after he lost an axle. It was smooth sailing for seven laps until sophomore driver Taylor Hoar tried to fill a gap but William ‘Wiener’ Hennequin stood his ground sending the red #48 into the infield. From then on it was smooth sailing for Williamstown’s Josh Lovely. Lovely claimed his first win since he took the Street Stock Mini Milk Bowl last October. Northfield’s James Dopp dug deep to get within a car length but just couldn’t seal the deal followed by Graniteville’s Paige Whittemore in her first rk Miles Street Stock podium. 

The Burnett Scrap Metals Road Warriors returned to ‘The Road’ for the third time in seven days as well. While an early pile-up got the best of Nick Copping’s back bumper and Josh Vilibrin’s front bumper, the 20-lap feature continued in short order. Neal Foster again gained hold of the strong line up front and seemingly never lifted on his way to victory. Taylor Sayers tried everything he could but the spoiler just couldn’t help him to victory. As Sayers settled into second, ‘Flyin’ Fred Fleury stole third. 

Thunder Road returns Thursday, July 14th with the 43rd Vermont Lottery Governor’s Cup for the Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Models with NASCAR Cup Series invader Brad Keselowski. The NASCAR Champion and Team Owner will take on the best Late Model drivers in Vermont including three-time Thunder Road champion Jason Corliss, two-time champion Scott Dragon and a host of others looking to join the Vermont Governor’s Cup wins list of New England icons. The Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers and rk Miles Street Stocks will also be on hand to continue their championship seasons. Special Post Time is set for 6:30pm with full race day schedule and pricing information to be released in the coming days. 

For more information, contact the Thunder Road offices at (802) 244-6963, [email protected], or visit www.thunderroadvt.com. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @ThunderRoadVT.

Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl – Barre, VT

Myers Container Service Flying Tiger Triple Crown Round #2

Thursday, July 7, 2022


Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers – Myers Triple Crown #2 – 75 Laps

1.         18VT    #Kaiden Fisher             Shelburne, VT

2.         67VT    Kevin Streeter             Waitsfield, VT

3.         3VT      Michael MacAskill      Williamstown,VT

4.         20VT    Robert Gordon            Milton, VT

5.         15VT    Derrick Calkins             Hinesburg, VT

6.         8VT      Mike Billado                Grand Isle, VT

7.         64VT    Jason Pelkey                Barre, VT

8.         07VT    Sam Caron                   Milton, VT

9.         35DG   Colin Cornell               E. Burke, VT

10.       44VT    Justin Prescott             Williston, VT

11.       68NH   Tanner Woodard         Waterbury Ctr., VT

12.       01VT    Michael Martin           Craftsbury, Common, VT

13.       5VT      Tyler Austin                 East Calais, VT

14.       36Vt     Joel Hodgdon              Craftsbury Common, VT

15.       92VT    Jaden Perry                 Hardwick, VT

16.       08VT    Phil Potvin                   Underhill, VT

17.       90VT    Cameron Ouellette     Barre, VT

18.       56VT    Chris Laforest              Barre, VT

19.       13VT    Ty Delphia                   Duxbury, VT

20.       23NY    Cam Gadue                 Highgate, VT

21.       22VT    Travis Patnoe              Wolcott, VT

22.       11VT    #Jacob Roy                  Danville, VT

23.       2VT      Eric Johnson                Randolph, VT

24.       45VT    Adam Maynard           Milton, VT

25.       33VT    Matt Ballard               Williamstown, VT

Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Models – 50 Laps

1.         27VT    Kyle Pembroke            Montpelier, VT

2.         16VT    Brandon Lanphear      Morrisville, VT

3.         64VT    Chris Pelkey                 Graniteville, VT

4.         86VT    Marcel J. Gravel          Wolcott, VT

5.         38VT    Tyler Cahoon               Danville, VT

6.         40VT    Eric Chase                   Milton, VT

7.         17VT    Darrell Morin              Westford, VT

8.         8VT      Anthony Hill                Waterford, VT

9.         2VT      Stephen Donahue       Graniteville, VT

10.       01VT    #Stephen Martin         Craftsbury Common, VT

11.       0VT      Scott Dragon               Milton, VT

12.       3VT      Chris Roberts               Washington, VT

13.       04VT    Matt Smith                  Fairfax, VT

14.       7VT      Cooper Bouchard        Hinesburg, VT

15.       14VT    Phil Scott         

16.       9VT      Chip Grenier               Orange, VT

17.       55VT    Keegan Lamson           Berlin, VT – Wheelbase Infraction

DNS     55TL    Blair Bessett                Barton, VT

rk Miles Street Stocks – 25 Laps

1.         54        Josh Lovely                  Williamstown, VT

2.         0          James Dopp                 Northfield, VT

3.         73        #Paige Whittemore     Graniteville, VT

4.         9          #Zachary Audet           Morrisville, VT

5.         16        Dean Switser, Jr.         Waterford, VT

6.         8          Jeffery Martin             Barre, VT

7.         7          Kyle MacAskill             Williamstown, VT

8.         26        Luke Peters                 Groton, VT

9.         17        Justin Blakely              Graniteville, VT

10.       69        Christopher Davis       Berlin, VT

11.       29        Gary Mullen                Tunbridge, VT

12.       43        Jamie Davis                 Johnson, VT

13.       68        Kyler Davis                  Berlin, VT

14.       47        William Hennequin     Morrisville, VT

15.       74        Tyler Whittemore       Barre, VT

16.       34        Patrick Tibbetts           Plainfield, VT

17.       57        Trevor Jaques              Milton, VT

18.       96        Thomas Peck               Waterbury, VT

19.       98        Kasey Collins               Berlin, VT

20.       48        Taylor Hoar                 South Hero, VT

21.       04        Scott Weston               Berlin, VT

22.       2          Haidyn Pearce             Chelsea, VT

23.       79        Juan ‘Paco’ Marshall   Pittsfield, VT

24.       3          Michael Gay                S. Burlington, VT

25.       6          Eric MacLaughlin        Milton, VT

26.       11        #Mark Beaulieu          Essex Jct., VT

27.       24        Todd Raymo                Swanton, VT

DNS     30        #Cameron Powers       E. Montpelier, VT

Burnett Scrap Metals Road Warriors – 20 Laps

1.         19        Neal Foster                  Moretown, VT

2.         95        Taylor Sayers               Barre, VT

3.         99        Fred Fleury                  Graniteville, VT

4.         8          Ryan Foster                 Waterbury, VT

5.         88        Frank Putney               Graniteville, VT

6.         38        Jamie Buick                 E. Barre, VT

7.         16        Nate Brien                   Williamstown, VT

8.         94        Ryan Sayers                 Barre, VT

9.         10        Rodney Campbell       Worcester, VT

10.       96        Bill O’Connor               S. Washington, VT

11.       77        Josh Vilbrin                 Northfield, VT

12.       50        Nick Copping               Barre, VT

13.       R2R      

DNS     44VT    Chris Couture              Barre, VT

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