Shaw DQed, Hebert Inherits Northeast Classic ACT Win

LOUDON, N.H. — Reigning American-Canadian Tour champion Jimmy Hebert finally scored a long-awaited victory at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Sunday during the inaugural Northeast Classic. This gave Hebert the win and a $5,000 top prize on a busy afternoon at the Magic Mile. Shaw then passed him from the fifth starting spot and drove away from the field. Hebert and Tom Carey III followed Shaw around Kuhn, who was eventually felled by a brake problem. Shaw pulled away again after the restart until Jimmy Renfrew Jr. smacked the backstretch wall with 11 laps to go. Hebert held the lead through one more caution on lap 43 for Dylan Payea’s stalled automobile. Shaw, though, had the faster long-run car and got below Hebert in turn three for the top spot with laps winding down.

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