Saturday’s Full Throttle Fall Weekend tripleheader will feature the Pinty’s Series first race in the United States, a global K&N race and the longest Modified race in series history.
LOUDON, N.H. – Cole Powell, Derek Kraus and Chase Dowling will lead their respective fields once the green flag drops on Saturday for the Visit New Hampshire 100, Apple Barrel 125 and Musket 250 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
In the first official “Bienvenue” to New Hampshire, NASCAR’s Pinty’s Series drivers from Canada descended on “The Magic Mile” in Loudon to make history and turn some fast laps. In the series’ first-ever appearance on U.S. soil, Pinty’s top drivers didn’t disappoint in qualifying.
Lacroix Wins NASCAR Pinty’s Series First Ever Race in the U.S.
Kevin Lacroix held on to an early lead to win the NASCAR Pinty’s Series Visit New Hampshire 100.
LOUDON, N.H. – Kevin Lacroix held on to an early lead and propelled through a dominating drive to become the very first NASCAR Pinty’s Series winner on American soil in the Visit New Hampshire 100, Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Eddie MacDonald Wins Inaugural NAPA 250 at White Mountain
Eddie MacDonald overcame pre-race adversity to post the first ever NAPA Blue and Gold 250 at White Mountain Motorsports Park victory on Sunday, September 16. Despite starting 25th in the 30 car field, Eddie Mac utilized a fast car and race strategy to post the dominant victory in the $10,000 to win late model event.
Byrne Takes Sportsman Modified Checkers
Winchester, NH: Monadnock Speedway held a full night of racing action this past Saturday for the JBH 100 featuring the Granite State Pro Stock Series with Devin O’Connell taking down the victory. The speedway was also host to all the weekly divisions along with the last-minute addition of the NEMA and NEMA Lites. Repeat winners in the weekly divisions included Ben Byrne (Sportsman Modifieds), Solomon Brow (Super Stocks), Matt Kimball (Mini Stocks), Gordon Farnum (Lightning Stocks) and Chris Phelps (Young Guns). Chase Curtis took down his first career victory in the Thunder Stocks. Jim Chamber took the win for NEMA as did Seth Carlson in the NEMA Lites.
Ben Rowe best in Pro All Stars Super Late Model action at White Mountain Motorsports Park
North Woodstock, NH – Ben Rowe of Turner, Maine raced to his first Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model win of the year Saturday night at White Mountain Motorsports Park. Rowe won for the tenth time in PASS Super Late Model competition on White Mountain’s high-banked, quarter-mile oval, by far the most in series history.
PASS Returns To Action In Granite State At White Mountain
NAPLES, ME (September 12) – Following the success of the 45th Annual Clark’s Scrap Metal Oxford 250, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models return to action this weekend at White Mountain Motorsports Park in New Hampshire. Saturday night’s 150 lapper in the Granite State will be part of the NAPA Blue & Gold Weekend 25th Anniversary celebration, which will also see more racing on Sunday afternoon at White Mountain.