DARTMOUTH DODGE 200 SET TO CLOSE OUT 2018 PRO STOCK TOUR SEASON
(Halifax, NS, September 12, 2018) The Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour will close out another sensational season this Saturday at Scotia Speedworld with the Dartmouth Dodge 200. After 11 events in four cities it all comes down to the final 200 laps to decide who will be crowned the 2018 Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour Champion – and who will cash the $10,000.00 champions cheque! Please note the early start time for this event, qualifying for the Dartmouth Dodge 200 will begin at 4:00pm with Atlantic Tiltload heat races. Grandstand gates will open at 1:00 PM.
PASS Returns To Action In Granite State At White Mountain
NAPLES, ME (September 12) – Following the success of the 45th Annual Clark’s Scrap Metal Oxford 250, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models return to action this weekend at White Mountain Motorsports Park in New Hampshire. Saturday night’s 150 lapper in the Granite State will be part of the NAPA Blue & Gold Weekend 25th Anniversary celebration, which will also see more racing on Sunday afternoon at White Mountain.
NEMA MIDGETS AND NEMA LITES AT WISCASSET SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2018 PHOTOS BY NORM MARX
RIPLEY DOUBLES DOWN ON COOL NIGHT AT WISCASSET
by Ken Minott
The North East Midget Association (NEMA) made its second appearance of the season at Wiscasset Speedway on Saturday night. Ames True Value NEMA Night always brings fans out to thrill at the amazing speed and quickness of the winged asphalt sprint cars. Once again, fans got what they came to see. The NEMA Lites had center stage this time with a 50 lap main event; twice the distance that they normally run. Ryan Locke of Chester, NH took an early lead an never looked back, turning in a dominant victory. He crossed the finish line nearly 2-1/2 seconds ahead of Richie Coy of Haskell, NJ and Danny Cugini of Marshfield, Ma. The Ford Focus powered cars wound around the 3/8 mile track in just over14 seconds. The high powered NEMA Midgets, the fastest asphalt sprint cars in the world, showed their stuff in a 25 lap support feature, with the track record on the line on a cool evening. Avery Stoehr of Lakeville, Ma was the class of the field, grabbing the lead on lap 2 and running away to a convincing win. He hustled his #39 Bertrand Motorsports machine around the track in near record time, turning in a 13.038-second lap for an average speed of 102 mph. He missed the track record, held by John Zych, by just 0.034 seconds. Stoehr was joined in victory lane by defending champ Randy Cabral of Kingston, Ma and record hold John Zych of Mendon, Ma. (more…)
Huge Milk Bowl Weekend Coming Up Fast
Barre, VT – The 56th Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank is coming up fast on the Thunder Road calendar. With three days of racing action scheduled for Friday, September 28 to Sunday, September 30, this year’s Milk Bowl is setting up to be the biggest in the event’s 56-year history.
The leading names in Northeast stock car racing will be on hand for the unique 3-segment event dubbed “The Toughest Short Track Race in North America”. From the first practice session on Friday until the checkered flag in the final 50-lap segment, each must go all-out in order to secure the $10,000+ winner’s check and add their name to one of Thunder Road’s granite monuments.
NEAR and Pro-4 Modifieds pay a visit; while Maher Takes the Win in the Mini Stock Showdown
By Ryan Lawliss
Winchester, NH – Monadnock Speedway was back in action this time on a cool fall like day! All division of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series was in action and where joined by the Young Guns and Lightning Stocks. In addition The Pro-4 Modifieds and the New England Antique Racers or NEAR also paid the speedway a visit. Matt Kimball in the #50 captured his first Sportsman Modified win of the season. Nathan Wenzel (Young Guns), Matthew Gauffin (Lightning Stocks), Louis Maher (Mini Stocks), Richard Vincent (Thunder Stocks), and Solomon Brow (Super Stocks) all returned to victory lane. NEAR had 2 divisions in action the Sportsman division was won by Joe Keefner and the Modified division was won by Billy Kemp. The Pro-4 Modifieds also had 2 divisions in action with TJ Peters winning the Light division and Doug Meservey Jr. winning the other.
Mike Dunn Dominates for the win in the Sportsman Modifieds, Joe Krawiec tops the USAC Dirt Midgets
Bear Ridge Speedway
It was once again a busy, exciting action packed night at Bear Ridge Speedway. The children always look forward to this night as it was Bike Giveaway Night and with well over 50 bikes donated there were lots of happy kids Saturday night. Staunch Security was the nights sponsor and they had a huge display for ”Bully Awareness Night” and gave away close to 500 Shirts proclaiming “Bullies Suck” to promote awareness to the issue. All the 99Rock regular divisions were on hand as well as the Wingless Auto Group.
Photos Devil’s Bowl Speedway – Sunday, September 9, 2018
T.C. Forward Claims his Third Sportsman Modified Win
The Legion Speedway was back in action Friday night with the competitors of the O’Reilly Auto Parts Twilight Racing Series putting on a great show. In the Peanut’s Auto Sportsman Modifieds T.C. Forward led all but one lap to take his third win of the rapidly disappearing season. Kelly Miller Sr won for the second time n the Homestead Creations Late Models and David Flanders found victory lane for the second time this year. The Granite State Mini Sprints were also on hand with Zach Herbert dominating the 600cc event and Riley Chaffee pulling off the win in the 500cc main.
Scarborough Dominates for Fourth Devil’s Bowl Win in Vermont 200 Tune-Up
Murray hits double digits in Super Stocks
WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Joey Scarborough did it again at Devil’s Bowl Speedway. The second-generation Brandon, Vt., driver dominated Casella Waste Systems Night to take his fourth victory of the season in the 50-lap Leon Gonyo Memorial race. Other winners included Joey Roberts, Chris Murray, Shawn Moquin, Shawn McPhee, and Mary Gardner, in the final event before the blockbuster Interstate All Battery Center Vermont 200 Weekend.