More than 20 of the top drivers from Speedway 95, Wiscasset Raceway, and Spud Speedway are expected to be at Speedway 95 Wednesday night for the Intown Auto 100 stock car race – an event with payouts topping $14,000.
The late model sportsman open race, that will no doubt also attract drivers from Unity Raceway, is the third and final stage of the Summer Sizzler Series as well.
The green flag drops at 6:30 p.m. for the $8,000 race. As far as the Sizzler Series go, up to $6,000 will be handed out in the points fund.
Wednesday’s finale is expected to be a crapshoot with four drivers seperated by a minute total of eight points.
Chris Stanley of Norridgewock, a Wiscasset regular, leads the series with 94 points. Kenny Wright of Woolwich, who does double duty at Wiscasset and Unity, is second, just two points back, with Marty Leblanc of Madison.
Speedway 95’s top hope is Gary Smith of Bangor, who with 86 points is in fourth and still has a shot at the top spot in the $6,000 point fund.
Jon Austin of Otis (68 points) rounds out the top five.
Speedway 95 will also offer features in the super street and strictly street divisions.