A group of 12 motorcycles took to the Saratoga Speedway track last weekend.

Last races for Modifieds, Bombers

Two track Champions where crowned on Saturday night.

Two track Champions where crowned on Saturday night.

Kevin Noble won the I.M.C.A Modified championship by 88 points and Justin Beaulieu and Mike Dionne won the Bomber championship by 73 points.

The Hornet cars were also on the schedule on Saturday. All 18 cars entered the 30 lap main event. Jason Fraser held the lead for the first 20 laps until his brother Gord Fraser took over the lead and he never looked back from there.

The I.M.C.A. Modifieds were running their last race of the season on Saturday. Kevin Noble came into the night the points leader and continued to grow his lead through-out the night. Noble won the dash and the heat race and held a 118 point lead going into the main event. The 30 lap main saw Dano Bryant hold the lead for the first 18 laps until Greg Sagmoen took over the lead. Openshaw moved his way into second and soon found himself on the inside of Sagmoen and took the lead on lap 27 and he never looked back from there, winning the final main event of the 2011 season for the I.M.C.A Modifieds. Even though Noble ended up two laps down, he still managed to win the Points championship.

The Bomber cars also made their last appearance of the season on Saturday. Coming into the night, Charlie Ackerman held a 10 point lead over Gilles Cyr, but Cyr soon found himself back in the lead. Going into the main, Cyr held a 57 point lead over Ackerman, and a 62 point lead over Mike Dionne. The 50 lap event saw Ackerman take the lead on lap nine and spread his lead by 10 car lengths over Gaudreault. On lap 25, Cyr had to go into the pits due to a flat tire, putting him six laps down and out of contention for the championship. Gaudreault and Dionne soon caught up to Ackerman, with Dionne getting the last advantage, taking the lead on lap 43 and never looked back from there. Gaudreault finished second, with third going to Ackerman. After all was said and done, Dionne and Justin Beaulieu won the championship by 73 points over Ackerman, and 85 points over third place Cyr.

Extra laps… Next weekend marks the last race of the 2011 racing season at Saratoga Speedway. The Hornet cars, Crash to pass cars and the Roadrunners will all by having the double points championship night next weekend.

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