Scott Moore poses with his car in Oxford Plains Speedway victory lane after winner the Super Late Model feature on Saturday. Oriana Lovell photo

Scott Moore had a forgettable opening day at Oxford Plains Speedway last month, but the Anson native had a day to remember at the track Saturday.

After finishing last in the field in the Super Late Model feature on April 27, Moore flipped the script in Saturday’s SLM race, capturing the checkered flag following 50 green-flag laps.

Saturday’s runner-up, Norway’s Kate Re, also achieved a measure of redemption, after finishing second-to-last in the April 27 feature. Re held off third-place finisher Colby Benjamin at the stripe. Livermore’s Scott McDaniel just missed out on a second straight third-place showing. The opening day winner, Trevor Sanborn, placed fifth Saturday.

Zach Bowie followed up his opening day win in the Limiteds feature with a second-place showing Saturday. Nathan Barth took top honors.

Cam Childs matched Moore’s feat, winning the Street Stocks feature after finishing last on opening day. Brandon Johnson, was third for the second straight feature to start the season, slotting in behind Joey Israelson on Saturday.

Corey Morgan continued his mastery of the Mad Bombers, winning his second straight feature. Dylan Cook captured the checkered in Rebels, Matt Morneau topped opening-day winner William Barker in Cruisers, Rylee Childs ruled the Rookies feature and Cody Billings conquered a large Thunder Stocks field.



Jonathon Emerson is no stranger to victory lane. In fact, he captured a heat-race checkered flag two weeks ago on opening day for Wiscasset’s Group 2. However, until Saturday, the Oxford resident had never won in the track’s Late Model Sportsman division.

After 40 hard-fought laps, though, Emerson was victorious, beating runner-up Jet Decker by more than a second, with third-place finisher Tiger Colby crossing the stripe just under a tick after Emerson.

Other winners Saturday included: Chuck Colby (Modifieds), Dylan York (Roadrunners) and Jeremy Glazier (Strictly Streets). Ed Hughes won the Outlaws feature and Chris Ogilvy topped the Late Model field from the visiting Wicked Good Vintage Racing Association.


On Friday, Wiscasset Speedway announced its sixth induction class for its hall of fame, which was created in 2019.

This year’s inductees are, in alphabetical order: Marje Albert, Gabe Gaboury, Mike Kimball, Bret Mank, Steve Reny, Peter Taylor and Dale Tyler.

The seven-member class will be officially inducted into the Wiscasset Speedway Hall of Fame on Saturday, July 27 during the track’s 55th birthday celebration.

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