Starter Shane Carr gives the green flag to start the street stock feature race. (Brewster Burns photo)Bill Riff from Berlin, New Hampshire, watches the action from high up in the corner of the grandstand. He prefers his perch: “For $50 you gotta be able to see all the action.” (Brewster Burns photo)The top three finishers in the strictly stock division pose for a photo after the race. (Brewster Burns photo)The Oxford 250 trophy sits in a shed in the infield awaiting the ceremonies later in the night. (Brewster Burns photo)Brandon Barker waits in the pit for his heat to begin. Barker qualified for the Oxford 250. (Brewster Burns photo)Jenn Alexander texts her sister-in-law that her son, Wyatt Alexander, qualified for the Oxford 250. “He’s in the race!!!” she wrote. (Brewster Burns photo)Wyatt Alexander gets a dousing from his grandfather Bob Alexander after qualifying for the Oxford 250 for the first time in three attempts. (Brewster Burns photo)Aaron Turkle of Brunswick points out his cousin and race car driver Billy Child to Anna Turtle, who lives in Arizona but is originally from Auburn. (Brewster Burns photo)

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