Transeau & Carlson Split Friday Night Duels

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Matt Goslant, New Hampshire Motor Speedway's vice president of operations and development (far left) and David McGrath, New Hampshire Motor Speedway's executive vice president and general manager (third from left) with Chris Transeau, winner of the U.S. Legend Cars International feature (holding check) and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Daniel Hemric (second from right), who finished second during the Friday Night Dirt Duels presented by New England Racing Fuel at New Hampshire Motor Speedway's newest racing surface, The Flat Track, on Friday. (NHMS/Alan MacRae Photo)
Matt Goslant, New Hampshire Motor Speedway's vice president of operations and development (far left) and David McGrath, New Hampshire Motor Speedway's executive vice president and general manager (third from left) with Chris Transeau, winner of the U.S. Legend Cars International feature (holding check) and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Daniel Hemric (second from right), who finished second during the Friday Night Dirt Duels presented by New England Racing Fuel at New Hampshire Motor Speedway's newest racing surface, The Flat Track, on Friday. (NHMS/Alan MacRae Photo)

LOUDON, N.H. – Chris Transeau and Seth Carlson collected victories during the inaugural Friday Night Duels on the new Flat Track at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Friday.

In the 35-lap U.S. Legend Cars International, Transeau took home the win, which came with $2,000, the largest legends purse in the Northeast this season for Legend Car competitors.

NASCAR Cup Series competitors Daniel Hemric and Corey LaJoie also took part in the Legend Car feature on the .25-mile dirt track.

The 30-lap USAC Dirt Midget Ass’n race made their debut at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, and it was Carlson who took the win.