July 21, 2013

Maine driver wins TD Bank 250

Travis Benjamin of Morrill is the first driver from Maine to win the race in seven years.

By Paul Betit pbetit@pressherald.com
Staff Writer

OXFORD — Reigning Pro All-Star Series champion Travis Benjamin of Morrill led the final 46 laps Sunday night to become the first driver from Maine to win the TD Bank 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway in seven years.

Benjamin, a 1997 graduate of Belfast Area High School, held off current PASS points leader Joey Doiron to capture the $25,000 prize for first place.

Jay Fogleman, a veteran driver from Durham, N.C., finished third.

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