Tim LaDuc points to the sky in remembrance of his late mother, Barbara, following his emotional win in the Sportsman Modified feature at Devil's Bowl Speedway on Saturday night. (Barry Snelling photo)

19-Year-Old Car Powers Tim LaDuc

WEST HAVEN, Vt. — Tim LaDuc drove a 19-year-old backup car borrowed from fellow competitor Brian Whittemore to his first victory in two years Saturday at Devil’s Bowl Speedway.

LaDuc, whose mother, Barbara passed away at age 86 last month, scored the 54th win of his career at Devil’s Bowl, matching the No. 54 used by his family since the 1960s.

LaDuc battled with longtime rival Vince Quenneville, who finished second. Jimmy Ryan, Anthony Warren and Justin Comes rounded out the top five.

Cody O’Brien topped the 25-lap limited sportsman feature and Chris Murray won the street stock main event. Zach Wood won the mini stock feature and Ray Hanson claimed the mini sprint headliner.

Dustin Tierney claimed the enduro.

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