Severance wins the first victory for an athlete | Sports for adults / youth
PLATSBURGH – Justin Severance picked up his first career J&S Steel Sportsman checkered flag on Saturday night at Airborne Speedway during the Make-A-Wish Party presented by Liquor & Wine Warehouse.
The split pushed back Michael Wright in a late restart of the race en route to his victory. Wright was second in his career. Lonnie Rivers, David Boisclair and Chris Cayea completed the top five.
Josh Terry claimed his first win of the year in the rain-cut Hartson Total Opening Renegade featured event. Tyler Irwin and Nathaniel Guay had a strong race to finish on the podium. Shawn Duquette and Zack Daniels finished fourth and fifth respectively.
Matt Leonard earned his first victory in the Sportsman division of Chris Frennier Motorsports Limited. Pete Blaney was second and Bobby Therrien third.
Taylor Rental 4-Cylinder’s flagship event will be dialed when the racing action resumes next weekend.
FEATURE J&S STEEL SPORTSMAN (30 ROUND) – JUSTIN SEVERANCE, Michael Wright, Lonnie Rivers, David Boisclair, Chris Cayea, Jamy Begor, Nick Heywood, Codie Aubin, Tanner Forbes, Dylan Rabtoy, Travis Bruno, Bucko Branham, Jason Bruno, Ricky Thompson , Delbert LeGrow, John Scarborough, Todd Stone, Josh LeClaire, Rico Hernandez
HARTSON TOTAL OPENING RENEGADES (14 ROUNDS) – JOSH TERRY, Tyler Irwin, Nathaniel Guay, Shawn Duquette, Zack Daniels, Travis Stokes, Jason McClatchie, Joe Daniels, Jared Blake, Cam Gadue, Tylor Terry, Jason Bogett, Brent Jarvis, Jason Lashway
CHRIS FRENNIER MOTORSPORTS LIMITED SPORTSMAN (15 laps) – MATT LEONARD, Pete Blaney, Bobby Therrien, Rico Hernandez