It was an eventful night at I-90 Speedway in Hartford on Saturday night, an unbelievably tight finish with a first time winner and two drivers ended long droughts. Ryan Voss took over the lead at the halfway point of the Cressman Sanitation IMCA sprint feature and picked up his first career win at the track. Billy Prouty got his first win of the year, and third of his career by leading all 18 laps of the T&R Contracting Late Model Street Stock feature.
Kevin Joachim led the entire 15 lap distance of the Great Western Bank USRA B-Modified feature event, picking up his fifth career win at I90. It was a wild one in the LawnSnow.com USRA Hobby Stocks. In the closest race in speedway history, Dustin Gulbrandson took the win by .002 seconds over Tyler Schlumbohm.
Races return this Saturday, with the Paramount Racing Series + Hobby & LMSS Pit Stop Races.