Doug Stevens, a Legends Car expert, who cut his teeth at Atlanta Motor Speedway and Charlotte Motor Speedway, raced for the first time at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, and he didn't disappoint. Stevens (Griffin, Ga.) beat T.S. Motorsports teammates Shaun Buffington and Tom Gray to win the opening race in the Granite State Legends Cars' Moat Mountain Road Course Series. Buffington (Plainfield, Conn.), the defending series champion, finished second, while Gray (Sprague, Conn.) grabbed the final podium spot, placing third.
Shaun Buffington picked up the victory in the first race of the Granite State Legends Cars' Sign Works Oval Series. Buffington took first-place honors, while Tom Gray crossed the line in second and Taylor Martin (Windham, N.H.) picked up her 11th straight third-place finish on the mini-oval, dating back to June 1 of last season.
AJ Eastman did all he could to try and make the pass, but in the end it was Nova Scotia's Braden Langille holding on for the victory in the Granite State Bandolero Series opener. Defending series champion Casey Call (Pembroke, N.H.) finished third despite starting from the back of the pack.