OXFORD, Maine (AP) — Travis Benjamin became the first Maine driver in seven years to win the TD Bank 250 in the state's most prestigious car race Sunday night.

The 24-year-old Benjamin led the final 46 laps at Oxford Plains Speedway in winning by just over a second over second-place finisher Joey Doiron of Berwick on the 3/8-of-a-mile oval track.

Benjamin, who's from Morrrill, is the first Mainer to win the race since Jeremie Whorff of West Bath did it in 2006.

The TD Bank 250 is the largest single-day short track race in the Northeast, attracting a mix of local and touring drivers. Benjamin took home won $33,400 for his victory.