Alexander wins 2nd half of day's doubleheader
(From ACT press release) Joey Polewarczyk Jr. blistered the American-Canadian Tour field at Lee USA Speedway on Sunday, taking his 2nd career victory at the New Hampshire Governor’s Cup 100. The Hudson, N.H., driver took the lead from pole-sitter Larry Gelinas after starting 3rd and dominated the balance of the event to take the win in just over 46 minutes.
Polewarczyk, 18, said that for 2008, his team is “all business.”
“We’re focused on winning the ACT Late Model Tour title,” he said. “We had a checkered flag design on the car last year, and we decided to leave it off this year, just black, nothing else. We’re all business.”
Polewarczyk’s no-frills car was the class of the field, at times leading by more than a full straightaway. Eddie MacDonald won a late-race battle with Scott Payea, Randy Potter, and Cris Michaud to take 2nd-place honors. Michaud finished 3rd from 19th starting position, with Payea and Potter rounding out the top-5.
Kirk Alexander won the True Value Modified Series 100 on the same card.