Mother Nature Wins Out Again at Monadnock Speedway

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Mother Nature Wins Out Again at Monadnock Speedway

Winchester, NH: This past Saturday, Mother Nature decided the fate of the race venue scheduled and the final 2014 NASCAR point show event at the high banked 1/4 mile of Monadnock Speedway. The speedway has dealt with this before as a few years ago rain washed out the final two point races deciding the final point standings.

Monadnock Speedway has unofficially announced the 2014 NASCAR Whelen All American Racing Series Champions; Todd Patnode (Sportsman Modifieds), Tom Carey III (Super Stocks), Mike Stebbins (Mini Stocks), Marshall Usher (Thunder Stocks) and Kyle Boniface (Lightning Stocks). The championship will be made official on the Super Saturday Season Finale Event.
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Patnode Captures Eighth Victory, Pomasko Scores First Win

1Winchester, NH: Todd Patnode added more points to the NASCAR Whelen All American Racing Series NH Standings this past Saturday as he cruised into victory lane in dominating style for his eighth win of the season. Geoff Rollins came back after a tough hit last week to pull off the Super Stock victory as Kyle Boniface, uncontested, took down his eighth Lightning Stock win. The biggest victory of the night was Eric Pomasko scoring his first career Mini Stock win. George Baldwin took the checkers for the Thunder Stocks celebrating his 100th race career win and Mike McGoldrick held of the challenges fromMatt Kimball and Dylan Morse for the number one spot in the Young Guns. The visiting Pro 4 Modifieds victor was Robin Berghman with hometrack competitor, Kyle Boniface scoring the win for the Pro 4 Modified Lites. This past Saturday also completed the Triple Crown Series as the following were crowned the champions; Todd Patnode, Tom Carey III, Mike Stebbins, Kyle Boniface, Dave Greenslit and Mike McGoldrick.

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Lee USA Speedway

140822 lee-1Lee, NH – With the 2014 championship season rapidly winding down, the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series weekly divisions put another night of racing in the record books at Lee USA Speedway on Friday, with the Prime Storage and Warehouse Late Model Sportsmen taking center stage with the running of the 50-lap Lance Davis Memorial.

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Monadnock Speedway

Scott MacMichael Takes Down Win Three

downloadWinchester, NH: Scott MacMichael celebrated his third Sportsman Modified victory this past Saturday on the Victor Johnson Memorial Event after taking the lead on a lap 20 restart despite pressure from Todd Patnode. Tom Carey took the checkers for the Super Stock main event as did Mini Stock rookie Cameron Sontag. Other winners included Solomon Brow for his first career Young Gun, Lightning Stock Kyle Boniface and Marshall Usher in the Thunder Stocks. Veteran Dwight Jarvis show the Valenti Modified Racing Series how it is done taking the victory for their 100 lap feature event.

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NEMA MIDGETS ROLL INTO STAR SPEEDWAY SATURDAY NIGHT

600-SundownShowdownThe Northeastern Midget Association heads to the famed Star Speedway in Epping, NH on Saturday night. It has been a favorite stop for the midgets since the 60’s, in fact Star has hosted more NEMA events than any other facility.

 

Some of the greats have gotten their first NEMA victory at Star including Joey Coy, Mike Favulli and Billy Mann, as well as modern day drivers like Jeff Horn, Joey Payne, Bobby Seymour and Russ Stoehr. There will be plenty of drivers gunning for their first on Saturday night.

Stoeher leads all active drivers with 10 wins at Star.

 

The NEMA midgets bring a see-saw battle at the top of the point standings in both of their classes.
The top spot has traded back and forth between young Avery Stoeher of Lakeville, MA and another Massachusetts South Shore native, Randy Cabral of Kingston. Cabral now leads by 13 points thanks to a runner-up finish last time out at Waterford. Stoehr could only muster a fourth place in that event and lost his grip on the points lead.

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Lee Speedway 8/15/14

photo by Rich Hayes

photo by Rich Hayes

Lee, NH – The final month of racing toward the goal of the 2014 season championships began at Lee USA Speedway on Friday night, with the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Supermodifieds, Late Model Sportsmen, Hobby Stocks, and Ironmen joined by the touring Northeast Classic Lites for an entertaining night of racing action at “New Hampshire’s Center of Speed”.

 

Leslie Keyser of Northfield was the man of the hour in the EKeys 4cars 30-lap main event for the Supermodifieds. Keyser jumped out to the early lead with Topsfield, MA’s Bobby Webber in tow for the first four laps of the fast-paced feature race, which ran caution-free from green to checker in just over seven minutes.

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