WEST HAVEN, Vt. - For a guy that blew a tire at the start of the race, a first place finish isn't too bad. Canadian Jonathan Bouvrette had never won a race in the United States, it just took a trip to the back of the pack to get it done.
Passing Hinesburg, Vermont's Bobby Therrien on the 98th lap to take over the lead, Bouvrette hung on to take the checkered flag, and become the fist Canadian to win at Devils Bowl since Jean Paul Cabana took the checkered flag more than forty years ago.
(# — denotes rookie)
1. (14) Jonathan Bouvrette, Blainville, Que.
2. (2) Scott Payea, Milton, Vt.
3. (11) Dillon Moltz, Waterford, Conn.
4. (10) Rich Dubeau, Lebanon, N.H.
5. (9) Bobby Therrien, Hinesburg, Vt.
6. (19) Josh Masterson, Bristol, Vt.
7. (12) Kyle Welch, Newport, N.H.
8. (4) Dany Trepanier, St-Edouard, Que.
9. (25) Joey Polewarczyk Jr., Hudson, N.H.
10. (16) Chris Riendeau, Ascutney, Vt.
11. (7) Mike Ziter, Barre, Vt.
12. (23) Scott Dragon, Milton, Vt.
13. (17) Miles Chipman, Nottingham, N.H.
14. (6) Jimmy Hebert, Williamstown, Vt.
15. (18) Jason Corliss, Barre, Vt.
16. (26) Dylan Payea, Milton, Vt.
17. (15) Steve Miller, Vergennes, Vt.
18. (24) Rich Lowery, Charlotte, Vt.
19. (21) # Ray Christian III, Norwich, Conn.
20. (3) Nick Sweet, Barre, Vt.
21. (20) # Mathieu Kingsbury, Blainville, Que.
22. (27) Spencer Morse, Waterford, Maine
23. (5) Seth Bridge, Mendon, Vt.
24. (1) Mark Jenison, Warwick, R.I.
25. (13) Mark Hudson, Norton, Mass.
26. (22) Claude Leclerc, Lanoarie, Que.
27. (8) Robert Bryant Jr., Brooklyn, Conn.
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