It Was A Night Of Hard Hits And Repeat Winners
-Kyle Gero Wins Third X-Car Feature Of The Year-
WATERFORD, CT (August 9, 2017): With a loaded Bandoleros field, Kensington, CT driver Tyler Alkas out muscled Zachary Martinez on a lap three restart and cruised to his second win of the 2017 campaign. With the top five checking out and running single file, Alkas held the inside groove and stumbled into lapped traffic with five to go Alkas held his ground and held off a hard charging Martinez to take the 20-lap feature. Rounding out the top five were Alkas, Martinez, Ari Jencik, Andrew Morin and Maddie Harkin.
ACTION PACKED WEEK LINED UP FOR ATLANTIC CAT 250
(Halifax, NS –August 7, 2017) The Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour and Scotia Speedworld have four exciting events lined up as part of Atlantic Cat 250 week celebrations! Fans have lots to look forward to this week as they will have an opportunity to mingle with their favourite drivers, take in a car show and some delectable eats, catch 150 laps of high octane Sportsman racing and of course it all culminates with the 18th running of the Atlantic Cat 250 on Saturday. (more…)
Drivers Dig CBYD 811 Challenge Bonus of $4,055 at Stafford Speedway
(Stafford Springs, CT)—For the fifth consecutive season, Call Before You Dig partnered with Stafford Speedway to present the CBYD 811 Challenge. The CBYD 811 Challenge is open to drivers in each of Stafford’s five NASCAR Whelen All-American Series divisions and awards five drivers an $811 bonus at the conclusion of the August 4th feature events utilizing a special points system. This year’s $4,055 in bonus money from CBYD brings the 5-year total for the program to over $20,000 distributed to Stafford drivers. The Challenge is a unique way to raise awareness about CBYD’s 811 service which is required by law in the State of Connecticut before beginning an excavation project. In the 5-year history of the CBYD 811 Challenge program, there have been 19 different winners with Robert Bloxsom, III the only repeat winner. (more…)
Complete Weekend Schedule Now Available For 44th Annual Oxford 250
NAPLES, ME (August 8) – The complete weekend schedule for the 44th Annual Scott’s Recreation Oxford 250 presented by Fastway Trailer Products is now available online at ProAllStarsSeries.com. The Oxford 250 will go green on Sunday afternoon, August 27 with heat races going green at 1:30 PM for the PASS Super Late Models, PASS Modifieds, Legends, Rebels, and Street Stocks. With the possibility of $50,000 going to the winner, the Oxford 250 is the biggest single day event in motorsports, with nearly 70 cars expected to compete in the qualifying heats and main event, and it is all held on Sunday, August 27. (more…)
The Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers run the final round of the Myers Container Service Triple Crown Series this Thursday, August 10, with Craftsbury Common’s Mike Martin (#01) entering the event holding a 13-point lead over Waterbury Ctr.’s Jason Woodard. (Buzz Fisher photo)
Barre, Vt. – Barre’s Thunder Road enters the home stretch of the summer racing season this Thursday, August 10with Cody Chevrolet Cadillac Night. The Myers Container Service Triple Crown Series finale for the Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers headlines the four-division card as the track awards the first championship of the 2017 season.
Craftbury Common’s Mike Martin enters the extra-distance event holding a 13-point lead over Waterbury Center’s Jason Woodard. The pair each has a victory in the first two legs of the Triple Crown with Martin’s fourth-place finish in the opener giving him the overall edge.
WISCASSET SPEEDWAY PRESS RELEASE 8/7/17
There was little doubt that the rain was coming last Saturday evening. The question was if Wiscasset Speedway’s race program would go on as planned or if it would happen at all. The answer ended up somewhere in the middle as track management called an audible and shortened the show to fit in the anticipated window of opportunity. Starting racing action a half hour early and running features only for the 5 Group 2 divisions proved to be the right call as the rain began to fall just 20 minutes after the final checkered flag flew. Despite the shortened show, fans were treated to some of the best action of the season.
Stringer Takes Controversial Win At NLWS Mr Rooter Event
-2nd Annual Riverhead Raceway Nationals Up Next-
WATERFORD, CT (August 5, 2017) It was race number one with the nerger of the Mr Rooter Pro Truck Series and the NLWS Trucks. Two groups of qualifying started the night off for Mr Rooter Pro Truck Series, group one had nine trucks battling for starting spots eleven on back. The second group would produce the pole through position ten. Once the dust cleared it was the #42 Truck of Frank Dumicich Jr on the pole.
Proude Defends Home Turf at Lucas Oil 150 Saturday Night at Oyster Bed Speedway
(Oyster Bed Bridge, PE, Aug 5, 2017) – Greg Proude (Springvale, PE) took the lead on the opening lap of the Lucas Oil 150 for the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour at Oyster Bed Speedway and remained there most of the night for his first win of the 2017 season. Proude led 122 of the 150 laps in the race to take home the Linde Most Laps Led Award, finishing ahead of Shawn Turple (Enfield, NS), Dylan Blenkhorn (Truro, NS) and Cole Butcher (Porter’s Lake, NS) in a close finish at the checkered flag. Craig Slaunwhite (Terence Bay, NS) rounded out the top five, edging Kent Vincent (Crapaud, PE) for the top five finish.
Bedford, VA August 7th, 2017:
For the last year and a half, the race shop at Pinion Racing has been silent. In 2016 After running a limited schedule of PASS South races over the last 8 years, the Virginia based team would not compete on track in any series for the first time since its creation in 1993. “When we got the news of Masons diagnosis racing just wasn’t a priority anymore.” In January of last year Driver Tim Pinion’s son Mason, was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Fanconi Anemia. “After the initial shock of the news we started digging into what FA was and most of the information we were finding online left us pretty broken. It wasn’t until we found the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund that we started to realize that there was some hope for Mason’s future.