Speedway 95 Regrets Adding Parallel Parking Test to Women’s Races

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Speedway 95 HERMON, Maine — Emergency medical personnel from Speedway 95, Hermon and Hampden were called to Speedway 95 on Wednesday night after a crash that involved four female racers. It was not immediately clear if any of the racers suffered serious injury, but all were responsive immediately after the crash, Speedway 95 Head Scorer Kim Baker Allen said late Wednesday. She said, however, that one of the women was able to drive her car away from the wreck site. Allen said the pileup happened about 9 p.m. during the second race in a three-race summer series in the ladies division. Drivers Nicole Smith of Bangor and Kayla Allen of Penobscot collided in turn two of their second lap. (read more at the Bangor Daily News)

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