Trainor Sweeps Waterford Finale for NEMA & Lites Championship; Cabral NEMA Champion

One of the Northeast’s most promising up & coming young talents, Jake Trainor, topped off a dream season, winning the NEMA Lites Championship, and taking down both the NEMA and Lites victories at the New-London Waterford Speedbowl this past Saturday evening.  Randy Cabral finished 4th in the NEMA feature, good enough for him to capture his 8th championship, and the 10th overall for Bertrand Motorsports.

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Cabral, Stergios Take Hammond Memorial Thompson World Series NEMA Wins

The Northeastern Midget Association visited the Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park for the annual ACT World Series of Racing this past Saturday and Sunday, as 30 winged NEMA warriors filled the pits for the annual Shane Hammond Memorial. Randy Cabral fended off an early race challenge by John Zych and a late race challenge by teammate Ben Seitz to take down the NEMA victory and come one step closer to his eighth championship, and PJ Stergios dominated the Lites portion of the racing card on Sunday.

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Cabral, Bailey Take NEMA Wins at LEE USA’s Oktoberfest

The Northeastern Midget Association rolled into the Wrenn family’s LEE USA Speedway this past Saturday for the annual Oktoberfest event.  A packed racing card highlighted NEMA and the NEMA Lites as the stars of the evening.  In the NEMA feature, seven-time champion Randy Cabral came from eighth place to win the division.  In the NEMA Lites division, Joey Bailey took down his first ever NEMA Lites victory in a “wreckers to checkers” story, as just over a week prior he found himself in the woods at Star Speedway.

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Cabral Doubles up at the High Banks of Hudson in NEMA Sunday Special

The Northeastern Midget Association rolled into the high banks of the Hudson International Speedway this past Saturday evening.  It was the first time the full midgets visited Hudson in nearly 20 years, and the second time this season for the LItes.  Seven-time NEMA champion, Randy Cabral of Kingston, MA, dominated the evening winning both the Lite and NEMA portions of the show.  Cabral extended his historic run, winning a feature event in the last 22 consecutive seasons – a mark that surpassed Dave Humphrey’s fifteen consecutive seven years ago.

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