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Monday, Jun 6, 2022
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99L Larry Wight

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Brewerton / Modified
99L Larry Wight finished 6

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99L Larry Wight finished 14

Friday, May 27, 2022
Brewerton / Modified
99L Larry Wight finished Rainout

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99L Larry Wight finished Rainout

Friday, May 20, 2022
Brewerton / Modified
99L Larry Wight finished 7

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Brewerton / Modified
99L Larry Wight finished 4

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99L Larry Wight finished 1

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99L Larry Wight finished 1

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Larry Wight Outduels Mike Maresca For Can-Am Victory

Posted Sep 7, 2020 by David


DTD EXCLUSIVE

LAFARGEVILLE, NY – September 4, 2020 - After grabbing the lead early, Larry Wight walked away from Mike Maresca during the second half of the 358-Modified feature at Can-Am Speedway, taking his first win of the season at the track in the points-season finale.

Devin Willis spent the opening stages of the 25-lap feature in the lead, with Luke Fuller close behind. Early chargers were headlined by tenth and twelfth starters Wight and Maresca, with Wight sliding by Fuller for second on lap five. A lap later, Wight went to the bottom and drove past Willis for the lead.

Maresca wasn’t far behind, getting by Fuller just prior to a lap nine yellow. Following the restart, Maresca went on attack mode, diving low while Wight went high and nearly taking the lead. Following a short side-by-side battle, Wight secured the top spot once more by halfway, while Billy Dunn worked into third.

As laps clicked off, Maresca started to lose touch of Wight, while facing increasing pressure from Dunn. Wight’s lead stopped growing and started fluctuating with the introduction of lapped traffic in the final handful of laps, but Maresca was ultimately too far back to challenge in the late stages. At the finish, it was Wight scoring his first Can-Am win of the season, while Maresca claimed second and the track championship. Dunn finished third, with Tim Sears Jr. and Tyler Meeks completing the top five