Bertrand remains undefeated at Devil’s Bowl Speedway

WEST HAVEN — In Devil’s Bowl Speedway action on Saturday, Ferrisburgh’s Bradley Bertrand remained unbeaten this season in the Portland Glass Mini Stock division, Brandon’s Vince Quenneville Jr. cruised to a win in the O’Reilly Auto Parts Sportsman Modified feature, and Bristol’s Josh Masterson took second to New Hampshire’s Chris Bergeron in the 50-lap Driven Transport Late Model Series main event.
Bertrand continued his unbeaten streak in the Mini Stock division. The Subaru driver has won every qualifying heat and feature race he has started in 2017, and Saturday’s 15-lap run was no exception. Roo Forrest finished second with Shawn Moquin third.
Quenneville Jr. took a half-lap victory in 25-lap Sportsman Modified feature. He crashed in qualifying but dodged a bullet with only cosmetic damage and a flat tire. Quenneville started on the pole for the main event and left the field in his wake. Jackie Brown Jr. took second, and Joey Roberts was third.
In the opening 50-lap feature for the five-race Driven Transport Late Model Series, Bergeron cruised to the win for the sixth time in his career at Devil’s Bowl. Defending track champion Masterson finished second about 10 car lengths behind in his first start for Barnett Motorsports. Seth Bridge finished third.
Eric “Mongo” Messier of Hinesburg won the 20-lap Rosen & Berger Auto Recyclers Super Stocks, with Scott FitzGerald in second and Brett Wood third.
Stephanie Roberts of Fletcher topped three other racers in the 10-lap Ladies Mini Stock event. Bristol’s Sami Sargent was fourth.
The winners and local results were:
•  Late Model Feature (50 laps): 1. Bergeron; 2. Masterson.
•  Sportsman Modified Feature (25 laps): 1. Quenneville; 9. Chuck Bradford, Addison.
•  Super Stock Feature (20 laps): 1. Messier; 6. R.J. Germain, Bristol; 9. Garrett Given, Cornwall.
•  Portland Glass Mini Stock Feature (15 laps) 1. Bertrand; 6. Kaleb Shepard, New Haven; 7. Mike Preston, Panton; 8. Given.

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