Oxford Plains To Close Out Maine Season With PASS North Supers & PASS Mods
NAPLES, ME (October 16) – After a very competitive 19th season of action, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models and PASS Modifieds will run their final race of the season in Maine on Saturday afternoon as part of the PASS 400 weekend at Oxford Plains Speedway. In a year that began back in April, Oxford Plains has seen a variety of different PASS winners this year, including Garrett Hall, Curtis Gerry, and Travis Benjamin.
MEET THE CHAMPS: Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in 2019
By Kyle Souza, Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park
THOMPSON, Conn. — More than 200 race cars took the green flag across five NASCAR Whelen All-American Series divisions this season at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. After 10 events, and countless battles on the track, five drivers earned the right to add their name to the historic list of champions at the Connecticut oval.
Eddie MacDonald Wins the Rain Delayed GSPSS at Thompson
For the second year in a row, Eddie Mac powered to victory in the Granite State Pro Stock Series 50 lap feature in the World Series of Racing at Thompson Motorsports Park on Saturday. Weather played a major role in the three day event washing out the Friday schedule forcing some creative rescheduling to combine two days into one.
Doug Coby Secures Sixth NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Title at Thompson; Rocco, Gero & Curry Become NASCAR Champions For 2019
THOMPSON, Conn. — Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park capped off its 2019 season with the third and final day of the 57th Annual Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing on Sunday, Oct. 13.
Several champions were crowned, including in three Thompson NASCAR Whelen All-American Series divisions, but the main event brought the drivers of the Whelen Modified Tour front and center for one final time in 2019 for their season-ending Sunoco World Series 150.
MacDonald a winner again at Thompson’s World Series
The Granite State Pro Stock Series held a fifty lap event at Thompson Speedway this weekend, and to no one’s surprise it was “The Outlaw” Eddie MacDonald taking home the win. Macdonald is always a favorite at the 5/8 mile oval proved why once again.
William Wall Captures Second Late Model Title To Kick Off 57th Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing
THOMPSON , Conn. — Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park hosted a busy day of racing on Saturday, Oct. 12 to kick off the 57th Annual Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing, after Mother Nature rained out the first night of on-track action Friday. With a combined twenty divisions set to race over 48 hours, the Sunoco World Series promised plenty of highlights to close the season.
Thompson, CT – Blainville, QC’s Jonathan Bouvrette earned his first American-Canadian Tour (ACT) win on U.S. soil at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway on Saturday, October 12 in the World Series 75. Bouvrette, a multi-time Serié ACT winner, grabbed the lead from Graniteville, VT’s John Donahue after an opening-lap incident and went wire-to-wire for the win at the 57th Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing. Meanwhile, Plainfield, NH’s Rich Dubeau clinched his first ACT championship with a 12th-place finish.
Jeremy Lavoie Wins 2nd Consecutive Limited Late Model Title at Stafford
(Stafford Springs, CT)—After a season long duel between himself and Matt Clement, Jeremy Lavoie’s third place finish in the season ending NAPA Fall Final feature was good enough to win the 2019 Limited Late Model track champion. The Windsor Locks, CT native and driver of the #6 L & S Equipment Ford opened the 2019 season with a victory on May 4 to put himself at the top of the standings but would only hold the top spot for 3 weeks throughout the summer months. Lavoie took control of the points race following the August 23 feature event and he led the standings for the final three races of the season to clinch his 2nd consecutive Limited Late Model championship.
Big Events At Oxford Plains, Seekonk, & Lanier To Close Out PASS Season
NAPLES, ME (October 10) – While the 2019 Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model calendar is winding down, there are still three big events left to decide who the champions will be. The PASS Modified champion will be crowned on Saturday, October 19 at Oxford Plains Speedway as the Maine racing season concludes with the PASS 400 weekend. The PASS North Super Late Model title will be decided at Oxford Plains and with the season finale at Seekonk Speedway on Saturday, October 26. And, the PASS National Championship will go down to the wire at Seekonk and the much-anticipated return to racing at Georgia’s Lanier Raceplex.