Waterbury, VT – The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) will finally get rolling on its point-counting season on Sunday, April 28 at Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway. Once the season starts rolling, it will be a fast and furious start to the ACT Late Model Tour campaign with a trio of events in short order.
Youth and Experience to do Battle Again in Street Stocks
Barre, VT – Thunder Road’s longest-running four-cylinder division is back to bring the thrills in 2019. The Allen Lumber Street Stocks begin their championship season on Sunday, May 5 at the 21st Community Bank N.A. 150 and will once again feature a dynamic mix of longtime veterans of the sport and youngsters starting their climb up the racing ladder.
Bullring Bash Beginning New Modified Legend Chapters at WMMP
Attleboro, Massachusetts (April 22, 2019) — The Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, presented by RaceChoice.com is less than two months away from its inaugural event at N. Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP). The Battle of the Banks on Sunday, June 16 for the Bullring Bash Modifieds and Midstate Site Development Legends is part of a new era for the track and for both classes of auto racing at the ¼-mile speedway.
Northeast Racing Legend to Return with the Granite State Pro Stock Series.
For the 2019 Granite State Pro Stock Series Season, car owner Wright Pearson has tabbed northeast racing legend Tommy Rosati to pilot one of his two entries. Rosati, the 1979 Oxford 250 winner and multi-time pro stock champion, hasn’t competed in 17 years, but that’s not deterring the duo.
Rosati has a history of success throughout New England, in just about every type of race car. He won multiple championships at both Riverside Park and Stafford motor speedway in Pro Stocks, and the record books will show numerous poles and a win in what is now known as the K&N East series. 1994 was Rosatis most succesful year in NASCAR competition running the Busch North Series, where he and his Tic Tac sponsored team ran 18 of the 20 scheduled races. They scored one win, six top five’s and 10 top ten’s while leading 415 laps and finishing ninth in the final point’s standings. During his lengthy career he also ran Modifieds, Pro-four modifieds and made two starts in what is now the Xfinity series.
Ramstrom Survives For Easter Bunny 150 Triumph At Hickory
HICKORY, NC (April 20) – Massachusetts racer Derek Ramstromprevailed in a wild race toclaimthevictory in the 14thAnnualMyComputerCareerEaster Bunny 150 Saturday night at Hickory Motor Speedway. Ramstrom’s victorywas his second straight Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model win at Hickory after claiming the checkered flag there last November.
WOODY PITKAT LOOKING FORWARD FOLLOWING TWO PODIUM RUNS AT ICEBREAKER
By Kyle Souza, Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park
THOMPSON, Conn. – Woody Pitkat is certainly a veteran of Sunoco Modified racing at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.
Just four years ago, the Stafford, Conn., driver won the championship in Thompson’s premiere division for the second time, following up a 2006 title with another one just about a decade later. After finishing sixth in the Sunoco Modified points chase last year, Pitkat and Mertz decided they wouldn’t be running for the Thompson crown in 2019.
(Stafford Springs, CT)—Five-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Doug Coby finds himself in a familiar place as the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour prepares to descend on Stafford Speedway for the 48th Annual NAPA Spring Sizzler®. Despite being a 5-time series champion, Coby has come to Stafford the past 2 years off to a slow start. But with a win and top-10 finishes in each of the first three races of the 2019 season, Coby and the #2 Mayhew Tools team lead the standings and are poised to continue their success at Stafford.