FREDERICTON, NB -Burton’s, Glyn Nott is the 2012 Martin’s Home Heating Champion at Speedway 660. After thirteen years in the division Nott finally earned the title that has eluded him over the years. Nott trailed Sportsman point leader Randy Moore by 17 points heading into the Fan Appreciation Night of Champions. But Nott won his heat, dash and the feature to claim the championship.
“It took a hat trick to get the job done tonight and it is unbelievable that we finally got the Sportsman championship and you know what, this team and my family along with our sponsors made this happen” said a jubilant Nott in Speedway 660’s Victory Lane. “It took thirteen years to win this thing and we are going to celebrate this title in a big way.”
Nott took the checkered flag three times on the biggest point night of the year. Bradley Logan won the other heat. Matt Rodgers finished second in the feature and Jason Shannon came home third. Matt’s brother Andrew Rodgers was the Sportsman rookie of the year.
Shannon Brake upset Rick Cashol to win the RV World Street Stock title. Brake trailed the five time street stock champ by nine points heading into the final points race. Brake drove to a second place finish in the feature to win the title. Rob Pethick won the feature and his heat race, while Benji Ruff took the other heat race and the dash. Roger Slocum was third in the feature. Shane Russell was the RV World Street Stock rookie of the year.
Dave O’Blenis capped off a great season in the A.L. Gullison Disaster Kleenup Pro Stock Division by winning his third championship. O’Blenis drove to a second place finish in the feature to secure the title. Chris Duncan won his heat and the feature. Derek Christie who finished third in the feature won the other heat, while O’Blenis took the checkered flag in the dash. Kenny MacKenzie won the pro stock rookie of the year award.
Luc MacLaughlin won the Fredericton Jewellers four cylinder division championship. Heat races were won by Neil Miousse, Randy Campbell and Tyler Seveck. Seveck also finished second in the feature behind Ira Farnell, while Daniel Clark took third. Justin Cole was the rookie of the year winner.
Cole Boudreau capped off a great season in the Hanwell Village Mart Bandolero Division by finishing second in the feature and winning the championship. Ryan Messer won his heat race and the feature, while Braden Langille won the other heat. Cole Ogden was the Bando rookie of the year.
From Angela Coffey / Speedway 660