Celebrating another championship in Red’s Shoe Barn Super Pro is Ray Knight. He joins Jared Kinson who came from behind to claim another gold cup for the top spot in A&B Tire Pro Eliminator. Wayne Seavey, a relative newcomer to drag racing at New England Dragway, came away in 2019 as number one in Tim’s Speed and Custom Street Eliminator. Tom Peterson fought off tough competition from veterans with decades of experience in New England Dragway Motorcycle Eliminator to earn his championship in the class. In Fast By Gast Top Bike Roy Resendes changed rides mid-season debuting an entirely new combination that found its way to the top spot in 2019.
Dan Rees powered his dragster to a berth on the podium in Dennis K. Burke Super Comp, while Joe Henderson battled his way to number one in Diesel Direct Super Street. Rounding out the champions in New England Dragway’s dot-ninety classes was Bob Pais claiming hardware in Leahy Excavating Super Gas. A new ride for Kyle Genualdo presented the team with some issues early on, but the youngster overcame the challenge with the help of his family to take the title in the Dennis K. Burke Junior A series presented by Red’s Shoe Barn. Lucas Willard carried on the family tradition of winning races to bring yet another trophy home for the Willard clan in Dennis K. Burke Junior B competition presented by Red’s Shoe Barn.
Track specialty classes saw some new faces joining familiar names earning championships in Outlaw 10.5 racing. Steve George earned another title in True Street, along with Ron Childs in Real Street. Andy Decastro earned his first title in Fast Street. Greg Boudreau emerged as the top gun in Super Street and Dave Dufresne powered his way to number one in Wild Street. Finishing out the specialty categories was Tony Ficher earning another title in Street Fighter and Nick Meloni bringing home the honors for TT Motorsports in the Iannotti Brothers Select Cars Top Sportsman category.