At Can Am, Belyea started the feature from the third starting spot and quickly jumped out to the lead. He was able to pull away to a comfortable lead as the cars behind him battled for second. Greg crossed the line in first place, picking up his second consecutive Can Am Motorsports Park victory.
At Brighton Speedway, Belyea entered the night with wins in two of his last three starts, and was hoping to pick up another win on Saturday night. He started fourth in his qualifying heat race, and maintained that position through to the finish. He reported to the pit area for some adjustments before getting ready for the feature. Starting from 12th place, Belyea was aware that it was going to be tough, but he was looking forward to the challenge. By the halfway point he was up to seventh place, but fell back to ninth as the handling started to dissipate over the final few laps.
"We had a good start to the weekend at Can AM, but just can't seem to get consistent finishes here at Brighton", says Belyea after the race on Saturday night at Brighton Speedway. "We will continue to work hard and get this car figured out".
Belyea will return to Brighton Speedway again this coming Saturday night, looking to get back to victory lane once again and narrow the deficit between himself and the top five in the point standings. There is plenty of racing left before the end of the season and Belyea hopes to post more wins and solid finishes and climb back into the top five.
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