Swallow makes it two in a row at Riverside Speedway & Adventure  Park        Lancaster’s Shawn Swallow picked up win number two on the season  Saturday night at Riverside Speedway in Groveton, NH. ACT  competitor Ryan Kuhn had the lead until a caution on lap 44 reset the  field and just before the restart Kuhn headed down pit road with a flat  right front. He rejoined at the rear of the field and Swallow inherited  the lead at that point and led the rest of the way to pick up the win in  the Creative Counters Late Model 75 lap, 4th of July race at Riverside.  Mike Kenison hung on to bring the DK-N-Sons Chevrolet in for second  and Kuhn came back through the field to finish in the third spot.     In the G.O. Motorsports Nelcar Legends action, Luke Lebrun took the  win with Reagan Parent in second and Shaun Buffington came back from  an early spin to finish in the third spot.     Scottie Frazier’s 2 To Go show Flying Tigers put on a great show. After  a devastating crash last saturday, Nic Gilcris turned things around and  picked up a hard fought win to the delight of the crowd. Rowdy Brad  Bushey ended up second and Jerrad Ledger bought the 47 Buick in for  third.     In the Claudette and Deans Place DareDevil division, Revin Evan Gilbert  got back on the winning streak as he led every lap to get the win.  Mekaylah Bowen put the Bowens unlimited #12 in for the second spot  and Cassi Leonard finished third in the Boulay's Autobody #97.     In the White Mountains Community College 6 & 8 cylinder Bone Stocks,  Drew Morse made his first visit to Riverside Speedway a memorable  one, as he picked up the win in the #39 with Ben Bushey in second in  the #07and Groveton’s Mike Sherburne finishing in the third spot.  
EKeys4Cars Formula Fours saw Chris Caron keep the win streak going  as he put the # 32 in victory lane again with Jacob Roy coming in  second and Jared Blakely in the #28 Mustang coming home in third.     Towasaurus Wrex put on a short car crushing show and Christian  Poutre did some wheelies and jumped a couple of cars before a  fantastic fireworks display to close out the night.     Shout out this week goes to Nic Gilcris and the Gilcris Family Racing  Team for all the long hours put in to get the # 2 Buick back in the  victory lane.     Don't forget this week, Saturday, July 11, 2020, it's the ACT 150-  Gardiner and June Leavitt Memorial Race. Post time is 6 p.m.. Hope to  see you there.