Carolina Racing Supply Dash Series was a great race for drivers seeking their first win.
The race featured 26 karts attempting to make the 20 kart field, making for a highly competitive race. In the end, it was Zac Campilonga who took home the win in the 25 lap feature.
Despite intense pressure from Blaine Donahue, who was also looking for his first win, Campilonga held strong and didn't let Donahue pass him for the win. It was an exciting race with plenty of lead changes and close racing throughout the field.
Isaac Harris also had a strong showing, finishing in third place. Overall, it was a great race for the Carolina Racing Supply Dash Series, with lots of talented drivers putting on a great show for the fans in attendance.
In the NoWear.us Busch Series, Anthony Kidwell put on a dominating performance to earn his seventh career DNQ win. Kidwell led from start to finish and built a comfortable lead over the rest of the field. Michael Rimer finished in second place, while Damien Jenks rounded out the podium in third.
In the Fit Stop Performance USACK Series, Stephen Broy looked poised to cruise to a victory until a late-race caution tightened up the field. Broy made contact with Mike Contarino on the restart, which allowed Todd Chafee to sneak by and take the checkered flag. Stephen Broy finished in second place, while Contarino took third. The race was hotly contested in the pit area between the SKE & KPG group who have had multiple run ins.
In the Auto Lube and Repair Pro Cup Series, John Kidwell battled hard with Cole Ignaszewski before finally breaking away late in the race to take his 10th career DNQ victory. While Ignaszewski finished in second place. The podium was rounded out by Matt Noyce (Ignaszewski's teammate) in third. The race was fast-paced and thrilling, with plenty of action throughout the pack.
The 9th Annual Grassy Run Farms Milltona 50 was one for the ages. The race featured some of the best drivers in the region battling it out on the high-banked track for 50 intense laps. The atmosphere was electric as fans filled the stands, eagerly anticipating the start of the race.
The race got off to an exciting start as pole-sitter Joey Gase started 6th after an invert. Tyler Sandmeyer started on the pole. However, it wasn't long before Levi Hurley, Adam Welch, and Tyler Sandmeyer began to battle it out for the lead. The three drivers exchanged the lead multiple times, each fighting hard to gain the advantage.
As the laps wound down, it looked like Welch might be the driver to beat. He had taken the lead back from Hurley after a caution, but another quick caution lined everyone back up. On the restart, Hurley once again took the lead and managed to hold off Welch until the checkered flag.
However, in tech inspection, Hurley was found to have an illegal cam in his engine. After Adam Welch's engine was torn down and his tire samples were sent to the lab, he was tentatively declared the winner of the Milltona 50, pending official confirmation.
Overall, the race was a thrilling and intense competition, showcasing the talent and skill of the drivers in the region. The event was well-organized and the staff at Grassy Run Farms provided fantastic sponsorship for the race. Fans were treated to a great show and left eagerly anticipating next year's event. The Grassy Run Farms Milltona 50 has firmly established itself as one of the premier races in the region, and it's easy to see why.
Overall, it was a fantastic night of racing Millbridge Speedway, with plenty of close finishes, thrilling moments, and exciting battles on the track. Each of the races showcased the talent and skill of the drivers, and the fans were treated to a great evening of entertainment.