Thrills and spills at Saratoga Speedway

Rain almost cancelled an eventful night at Saratoga Speedway on Saturday

Rain almost cancelled an eventful night at Saratoga Speedway on Saturday.

The Crash to Pass cars, Hornet cars, Figure 8’s and Roadrunners were all on the racing card on Saturday, highlighted by a huge oil spill, and the seasons first roll over.

Nick Leavitt led the Roadrunner division championship by 18 points over Ted Dimitrov going into Saturday, but with two out of three races won by Dimitrov, he now holds the points lead going into the next race night.

Dan Kemp who ran into mechanical problems later in the night, won the only dash for the roadrunners. Dimitrov battled Leavitt in the heat, but eventually came out victorious. Three cars took to the track for the 12-lap feature; Dimitrov took the lead early and never looked back from there, dominating the other two cars to win his second main event win of the year. Leavitt finished second, Andrea Cannon finished third.