Big Events, Growing Fields Expected for WMMP in 2020
N. Woodstock, NH – The 28th season of racing at N. Woodstock’s White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) is closing in. With 22 events on the calendar, the track’s “Thunder in the Mountains” moniker will ring true every weekend this summer.
Barring further local or national developments, the season opener is currently scheduled for Saturday, May 9. From there, numerous major shows are scheduled for fans of all types of auto racing. Three visits are planned for the Pro All Stars Series while the American-Canadian Tour will visit twice.
Elsewhere, the Modified Racing Series makes its long-awaited return on September 5 while the Monster Truck Throwdown has a doubleheader on July 4 and 5. Add in the North East Mini Stock Tour, Street Stock Showdown Series, New England Antique Racers, NELCAR Legends, and Senior Tour Auto Racers, and WMMP will be the epicenter of Northeast-based touring series.
Three Racing Series Added to The Flat Track’s 2020 Lineup King of Dirt Crate Modified Series, Sprint Cars of New England and the Granite State Mini-Sprint Racing Club will make their debut at The Flat Track at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this summer.
LOUDON, N.H. – Three new series have been added to The Flat Track lineup during New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s three major event weekends giving race fans more summertime racing. King of Dirt Crate Modified Series, Sprint Cars of New England and the Granite State Mini-Sprint Racing Club will debut at The Flat Track as part of June’s Motorcycle Week at NHMS, July’s NASCAR race weekend and September’s Full Throttle Fall Weekend.
“We are excited enhance our major event weekends by adding more racing for our fans,” said David McGrath, executive vice president and general manager of New Hampshire Motor Speedway. “Last year’s events at The Flat Track were a lot of fun, and we’re looking forward to even more fun in the dirt this summer.”
Patenaude brothers split Pro finals in Loudon for Eastern Snocross Tour Ashline sweeps Pro Lite on The Flat Track at NHMS
LOUDON, New Hampshire (Feb. 17, 2020) — Vermont snowmobile racing veterans Leo and Hunter Patenaude swept the Pro finals over the weekend, as the Eastern Snocross Tour (ESXT) completed Rounds 5 & 6 on the 2020 schedule on The Flat Track at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Point leader Leo Patenaude (Ingles Performance/Ski-doo), of Hartland, dominated Saturday’s 14-lap final. The finely-tuned athlete and proud papa crossed the stripe over five seconds ahead of runner-up Corin Todd (Team Southside/Polaris), while New York veteran Mike George finished third.
On Sunday, reigning national Pro Lite champion Hunter Patenaude (Ingles/Ski-doo) blasted his way to victory over Marco Travaglini (Ingles/Ski-doo) and the always-fast Corin Todd. Travaglini was never too far behind his teammate, crossing the line just two second behind one of the hottest riders on snow.
More than 100 Eastern Snocross Tour athletes will kick off the action-packed 2020 lineup at The Flat Track at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this Saturday and Sunday, February 15-16
LOUDON, N.H. – Snocross will make its debut on the snow-covered dirt track at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, February 15-16, marking the first winter event on The Flat Track. Among the field of more than 100 Eastern Snocross Tour athletes from around the Northeast who will be taking on Loudon this weekend will be local talent including a N.H. State Trooper, an 11-year old, the son of a local business owner and 2020 Aspen X Games bronze medalist.
The two-day event will be round three of seven in the Eastern Snocross Tour Championship. Groomers took to the track starting on Tuesday to transform the 0.25-mile bullring dirt track into a snow-covered course with a 100-foot frontstretch triple and a rhythm section on the backstretch that will have the fans on their feet.
TRI TRACK OPEN MODIFIED SERIES ANNOUNCES 2020 PURSE STRUCTURE By Kyle Souza
SEEKONK, Mass. — Tri Track Open Modified Series officials announced on Wednesday the purse structure for the six-race season in 2020.
Competitors will be chasing at least $6,000 to win each event, with Seekonk Speedway’s Open Wheel Wednesday listed as a $10,000 first-place prize.
With 26 spots open for each event, the total purse per race will rise over 40,000, with drivers who qualify taking home at least $1,000 to start.
“We’re very pleased with the purse we have come up with for the 2020 season,” Wayne Darling, one of two Managing Partners of the Tri Track Open Modified Series, said. “Registrations are open, and we are looking forward to seeing everyone this year.”
Patenaude, Todd split Pro finals in Winchester for Eastern Snocross Tour Series makes solid debut in Granite State with talented field
WINCHESTER, N.H. (Jan. 20, 2020) — Veteran snocross racers Leo Patenaude and Corin Todd split the Pro finals over the weekend, as the new Eastern Snocross Tour (ESXT) made its debut at Winchester Speedpark.
Patenaude (Ingles Performance/Ski-doo) blasted to victory in Saturday’s final over Marco Travaglini (Ingles Performance/Ski-doo) and Todd, a former regular on the ISOC national circuit. Todd (Team Southside/Polaris), of Otego, N.Y., found redemption with his first eastern regional win in years on Sunday, with Patenaude and rising star Adam Ashline (Ingles/Ski-doo) filling out the podium.
In HK Powersports Pro Lite action, Dalton Jacquier (Team Southside/Polaris) outgunned his rivals to claim Saturday’s hotly-contested final. Adam Ashline (Ingles/Ski-doo) put in a solid effort to claim second, while series newcomer Mitchell O’Keefe finished third.