Winchester, NH: The EXIT Realty Modified Touring Series joined the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series weekly divisions for an exciting night of racing. After rain forced last week’s program to be shortened; Mother Nature dialed up a beautiful day for racing and it showed by the large crowd that filled the stands. Due to the previous weeks weather ,it was decided that the Thunder Stocks and Sportsman Modifieds would run double features tonight and the racing action would start an hour earlier at 5pm. Mike Flynn would capture his 1st Sportsman Modified feature win in only his 6th start in a modified. Tyler Leary (Super Stocks), Nathan Johnson (Sportsman Modifieds feature #2), Matt Kimball (Mini Stocks), Matt Gauffin (Lightening Stocks), Jason Kozacka (Thunder Stocks feature #1), Richard Vincent (Thunder Stocks feature #2), and Cale Skillings (Young Guns) found their way to victory lane in their respected division. The decision was made to not have the Thunder Stocks and Sportsman Modifieds run heat races. So before the other divisions ran their heat races the Thunder Stocks and Sportsman Modifieds ran their first of two features. (more…)
Winchester, NH: The high banks of Monadnock Speedway was silent this past Saturday as Mother Nature brought downpours to the region throughout the day and early evening. However, the silence of the 1/4 track will be broken as the upcoming two weeks are filled with plenty of action to satisfy for full fender fans, open wheel fans and MudBog Fans.
Winchester, NH: The “ACT” Type Late Models took to the High Banks of Monadnock Speedway for their 3rd special event of the season and would be joined by the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series weekly divisions along with the Young Guns. Victory Lane would see some familiar faces and new ones alike. Race fans would see a race decided on the track only to have the victory disqualified in technical inspection, but more on that later. Your winners on the night would be Skillings (Young Guns), Guy (Mini Stocks), Curtis (Super Stocks), Renaud (Lightning Stocks), Gray (“ACT” Type Late Models), and Chapin (Sportsman Modifieds).
Winchester, NH: The high banked ¼ mile of Monadnock Speedway was back in action this past Saturday night after taking a week off for the summer break with K & N Night. The NASCAR Whelen All American Series weekly divisions along with Young Guns competed on the special Christmas in July event where fans and competitors donated unwrapped toys to be distributed to families in need at Christmas time. Prior to the feature events, a moment of silence was held for long time announcer and friend Mark Weirnasz who passed way during the week after sudden health complications. The winners’ circle included; Mariah Stebbins (Young Guns), Ed Lofland (Thunder Stocks), Desmond Skillings (Mini Stocks), Joel Monahan (Super Stocks) and Cameron Sontag (Sportsman Modifieds). (more…)
Winchester, NH: The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series took to the high banks of Monadnock Speedway with a few twists. The Sportsman Modifieds would run twin 25 lap features. The Mini Stocks would go extended distance for extra money sponsored by center auto Parts. The Mini Stocks would also be running for a special trophy presented by Demco Auto Body in Guilford, VT; along with hard charger award from Gomarlo’s and last place bonus from the Pickering Family. The extra distance and increased pay day brought 29 Mini Stocks to Monadnock Speedway to compete for 26 starting spots. Nathan Johnson, Geoff Rollins, Craig Chaffee and Nancy Muni capture their first wins of the season; while Mariah Stebbins and Jared Soucy make their 2nd trip to victory lane of the season.
Winchester, NH: The New England Pro Four Modifieds and the open ACT style late model special joined the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series action this past Saturday night in front of a large crowd; after a lot of recent rain Mother Nature greeted race fans and teams with a beautiful day for racing, and the large crowd wasn’t disappointed.
The Young Guns would take to the track to get the racing action started. After taking a week off Cale Skillings found his #95 starting on the pole. Cale would be “glad to be back (racing)” as he would lead every lap on his way to his third victory of the season. But the racing action heated up behind Cale, as there was a hard battle for 2nd place between the 12 of Chris Sontag and the 99 of Isabella Minchella. Sontag would prevail and finish 2nd. Minchella would have to settle for a 3rd place finish.