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. (more…)
Todd Owens Scores Second Sunoco Modified 20/20 Sprint Victory In Tiebreaker
Once a year Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park honors the fans with a special afternoon of racing purely dedicated to the local divisions with drivers looking to squeeze every point they can out of their day prior to the season-ending World Series weekend in October. That tradition continued on Sunday, Sept. 9 with the Sunoco Modified 20/20 Sprint and For the Fans Night featuring all four of Thompson’s track divisions with the Sunoco Modified drivers taking part in the annual 20/20 sprint featuring two points paying races and a third segment to decide and overall winner. (more…)
Molleur takes down Brouwer Memorial
James cops seventh SK Modified win
Curry , Palmer, Blaskey pull out breath-taking wins
Chicolas nails down third Sportsman feature
WATERFORD — Even though he’s just 15-years old, Andrew Molleur has chalked up 10 years of experience in motor sports. He says his thrilling win in Saturday’s Bubby Brouwer Memorial SK Lite 49 at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl was his biggest victory yet.
“This is No. 1,” Molleur said after he held off Keith Caruso and John O’Sullivan to claim a win in the Brouwer Memorial, worth more than $1,500. The race was sponsored by Race Choice. “We weren’t sure if we were going to run this race, but now we’re glad we did. To win a race named after someone like Bubby Brouwer, who did so much at the Speedbow, is an amazing accomplishment.” (more…)
Ryan Robbins wins Super Late Model race on Championship Night at Oxford Plains Speedway
Gabe Brown, 15, is youngest champion of top class in racetrack’s long history
Oxford, Maine — Ryan Robbins of Dixfield drove to his second Super Late Model victory of the season, while Gabe Brown of Center Conway, New Hampshire earned his first stock car racing championship atop the Budweiser Championship Series racing card at Oxford Plains Speedway Saturday night.
Robbins, a former PASS Modified track and series champion, became the only two-time winner in points-counting races in the top class of competition at the historic Route 26 oval track this season. (more…)
(Antigonish, NS, September 8, 2018) – Dylan Blenkhorn picked up his third victory of the 2018 Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour season by winning the Lucas Oil 150 at Riverside International Speedway. Blenkhorn made an epic last lap pass on Donald Chisholm (Antigonish, NS) who dominated most of the race, leading 116 of the 150 circuits. Greg Proude (Springvale, PE) tied his best finish of the season finishing third and completing the podium. Craig Slaunwhite (Terence Bay, NS) and Dylan Gosbee (Cornwall, PE) also had solid runs at the Lucas Oil 150 and rounded out the top five respectively. (more…)
George Bessette, Jr. Wins Casagrande Builders R.A.D. Auto Machine 30 at Stafford; Christopher, Fearn, Narducci, & Fearn Also Score Feature Wins
(Stafford Springs, CT)—Stafford Speedway returned to NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing action with the Street Stock division taking center stage with the extra distance R.A.D. Auto Machine Street Stock 30. George Bessette, Jr. took down the extra distance win while other feature winners on the night included Michael Christopher, Jr. winning his second race of the season in the SK Modified® feature, Tom Fearn scored his 12th Late Model win of the year and in the process clinched the track championship, Bryan Narducci made a last lap pass on Marcello Rufrano for the second consecutive week to score his fifth win of the season, and Ryan Fearn won his fourth Limited Late Model feature of the season. (more…)
Nasse, Myers, & McCaskill Highlight Latest Group Of Richmond Early Entries
NAPLES, ME (September 7) – Entries continue to steadily come in as October’s inaugural PASS Commonwealth Classic at Richmond Raceway draws nearer. The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models will be one of the headline divisions at Richmond and will compete for 100 laps and $10,000 to win in the penultimate event of the PASS National Championship series. (more…)
Max Zachem Teaming With Ken Barry for SK Modified® Races at Stafford
(Stafford Springs, CT)—With the 2018 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series season winding down at Stafford Speedway, Whelen Modified Tour driver Max Zachem has teamed up with car owner Ken Barry to run the remaining SK Modified® feature events. The Preston native will drive Barry’s #12 SPAFCO Race Chassis machine to collect some R & D data that Zachem can carry over to his family owned #20 Lu-Mac’s Package Store Whelen Modified Tour ride for the NAPA Fall Final Weekend. (more…)
Racing Legend “Super” C.D. Coville Named Vermont 200 Grand Marshal at Devil’s Bowl
Former track champion to give the command for biggest event in Vermont dirt racing history
WEST HAVEN, Vt. – The Interstate All Battery Center Vermont 200 at Devil’s Bowl Speedway just got a little bigger. Legendary dirt track Modified stock car driver “Super” C.D. Coville has been named the Grand Marshal of the event and will deliver the most famous words in motorsports: “Drivers, start your engines.” (more…)