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.
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.
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.
Renfrew Rebounds to take 1st GSPSS Victory at the Star Vlassic!
The Nocella Paving 100 at the 53rd annual Star Classic at Star Speedway in Epping, NH was an event that will be remembered for quite some time. 15 years young from Candia, NH local favorite Jimmy Renfrew Jr won his first pro stock race at his beloved home track. The ride into victory lane wasn’t without peril though, as on lap 30, Renfrew took a ride deep into the turn two woods and had to be assisted back to the racing surface by speedway services. “I thought it was over from there” Renfrew said. “I worked my way back up into the top five and under caution with 20 to go, I believed we might have a shot.” Soon after taking the checkered flag, Renfrew drove into victory lane and was swamped immediately by family, friends, and loyal fans.
Monahan Takes Advantage of Extra Distance to Return to Victory Lane
By Ryan Lawliss
Winchester, NH: The third time was the charm; as the fan appreciation track party finally happened. On a beautiful day for racing action fans took the opportunity to see the cars and meet the stars. All weekly divisions of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series plus Lightning Stocks and Young Guns were on the schedule for the evening with extra money and an extended distance for the Sportsman Modifieds. All of the weekly winners were repeat winners; Joel Monahan (Sportsman Modifieds), Tyler Leary (Super Stocks), Matt Kimball (Mini Stocks), Ed Lofland (Thunder Stocks), Gordon Farnum (Lightning Stocks) and Sammy Silva (Young Guns).
DJ Shaw returns to GSPSS Victory Lane!
GRANITE STATE PRO STOCK SERIES PRESENTED BY SPRINGFIELD BUICK GMC
WALPOLE N.H. 25 of the regions best pro-stock competitors strapped in this past Sunday evening at Claremont Speedway in Claremont, NH for the Rocky Ridge 150 and what a fantastic show it was. DJ Shaw of Center Conway, NH bested Jeremy Davis in a duel for the ages to take home the $3500 prize. “We made each other earn it, and it was one of the best duels I’ve ever had” Shaw said.