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The field will include last year’s winner Derrick O’Donnell of North Haverhill. O’Donnell went on to become the 2013 Thunder Road Late Model champion and the Rookie of the Year. He will be joined by 2013 Riverside track champion Bryan Mason, 2013 ACT champion Wayne Helliwell Jr., 2013 Thunder Road Milk Bowl winner Nick Sweet, Joey Polewarczyk Jr., Randy Potter, Corey Mason, Quinny Welch — you get the idea.
Casella, who hails from Saugus, Mass., was a driver during the Modified Series’ inaugural season. He began some Pro-4 Modified racing after going out to Colorado, working at a Goodyear plant and being taken to Colorado International Speedway. “I had no idea that sort of thing was going on,” he said.
Star Speedway Modified champion Jacob Dore qualified through the consi, started 21st and got up to sixth before pitting on lap 75. Dore, 24, began racing karts in 1998.
Championships in several divisions are on the line at Hudson’s “Pumpkinfest” Sunday.
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