OSWEGO, N.Y. — It was all about Jim Miller at New York’s historic Oswego Speedway on Saturday evening, as the veteran NEMA racer displayed a dominating performance in capturing the Northeast Midget Association 35-lap feature event.
After setting a new one-lap track record of 16.94 earlier in the evening, Miller started the feature from the pole position and quickly distanced himself from the competition.
The evening marked Miller’s first trip to victory lane since 2001.
Behind the winner several battles raged during the quick green-to-checker affair. For much of the event it was Russ Stoehr, Seth Carlson, and Joey Payne vying for the runner-up spot.
Point leader Randy Cabral was also in the mix having quickly moved-up before being forced to slow when the No. 77 of Greg Stoehr broke.
Chasing Miller at the checkers were Russ Stoehr, Jeff Abold, Carlson and Cabral.
Claming victory in the fast-paced 25-lap NEMA Lites feature was Ian Cummings, followed by Paul Bigelow, Avery Stoehr, James Santa Maria and Randy Cabral.
Jim Miller, Russ Stoehr, Jeff Abold, Seth Carlson, Randy Cabral, Joey Payne, Mike Horn, Phil Dimario, Anthony Marvuglio, Todd Bertrand, Lee Bundy, Jim Santa Maria, Paul Scally, John Zych Jr., Doug Cleveland, Greg Stoehr