Triple Crown Entries Pouring in for White Mountain & Thunder Road

Triple Crown Entries Pouring in for White Mountain & Thunder Road

Triple Crown Event Highlights White Mountain Season Opener on May 8

N. Woodstock, NH & Barre, VT — The Flying Tigers are about to take center stage for the first of half a dozen times in what’s shaping up as a tremendous 2021 for the class. Entries have been pouring in for both the Myers Container Service Triple Crown Series at Barre, VT’s Thunder Road and the J.P. Sicard Triple Crown Series at North Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorsports Park as the racers of “North America’s Best Support Division” get ready for their time in the sun.

The White Mountain Motorsports Park season opener this Saturday, May 8 is also the first round in the J.P. Sicard Triple Crown. On Sunday, May 30, the Myers Triple Crown gets underway as part of the 58th Mekkelsen RV Memorial Day Classic. Racers such as Jason Woodard, Jaden Perry, Joel Hodgdon, Colin Cornell, Russell Clark, and Brandon Gray will do battle in long-distance races that are never short on thrills.

“It’s just so competitive,” East Burke, VT’s Colin Cornell, a Triple Crown winner at both Thunder Road and White Mountain, said. “The plus-minus qualifying is a lot of fun for me, because it gives me that much more motivation to qualify well and pass more cars. Other than that, I love having more laps, and it’s very competitive as result — you get the best of the best.”

“I like that it’s at both tracks,” Cornell added. “White Mountain was my home track where I started out racing in the Kids Trucks. Then I brought (the team) over to Thunder Road, but I can still go back to White Mountain for these Triple Crown shows.”

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White Mountain Honors 2020 Standouts at Banquet of Champions

White Mountain Honors 2020 Standouts at Banquet of Champions

American Canadian Tour

N. Woodstock, NH — White Mountain Motorsports Park honored the top drivers from the past racing season at the 2020 Banquet of Champions on Saturday, April 24. Racers, crew members, and families gathered at the track for a celebration of 2020 while also looking forward to the 2021 season opener on May 8.

For the sixth time in his career, St. Johnsbury, VT’s Stacy Cahoon was recognized as the “King of the Mountain”. The 62-year-old overcame tough competition and the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic to earn the 2021 Foley Oil & Propane Late Model crown.

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White Mountain Adds NH Street Stock Open to Fall Foliage Weekend

White Mountain Adds NH Street Stock Open to Fall Foliage Weekend

ACT Fall Foliage 200 Moved to Sunday, September 26

American Canadian Tour

N. Woodstock, NH – The final weekend of the 2021 season at White Mountain Motorsports Park has gotten even bigger. White Mountain officials and R&R Race Parts NH have announced that the second annual 75-lap, $5,000-to-win New Hampshire Street Stock Open will be held at the North Woodstock, NH high banks on Saturday, September 25.

The 8-cylinder Street Stock Open debuted in September 2020 to great fanfare. Earlier in the offseason, event organizers polled teams and fans asking where they’d like the second edition held. White Mountain Motorsports Park was the top choice, leading R&R Race Parts NH to reach out to the track.

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White Mountain Unveils Big Schedule for 2021

White Mountain Unveils Big Schedule for 2021

N. Woodstock, NH – White Mountain Motorsports Park officials have unveiled the eagerly-anticipated 2021 racing schedule for the ¼-mile speedway. A total of 22 events are planned with numerous big shows for both local outside series.

Among other things, the 2021 schedule features three visits each for the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Models and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models; two appearances each for the PASS Modifeds, North East Mini Stock Tour (NEMST), and GoMotorsportsShop.com NELCAR Legends Tour; and the Monster Truck Throwdown following the weekly racing season. Add in special events for all the local classes, and the year is set to be a memorable one.

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Cahoon Earns “King of the Mountain” Title as Laflamme Wins Barnburner

Cahoon Earns “King of the Mountain” Title as Laflamme Wins Barnburner

N. Woodstock, NH — St. Johnsbury, VT’s Stacy Cahoon showed he’s truly the ageless wonder of N. Woodstock’s White Mountain Motorsports Park by capturing the “King of the Mountain” title at WMMP Championship Night presented by C&S NAPA Auto Parts and Sanel NAPA on Saturday, September 26. The 62-year-old Cahoon sewed up his sixth Foley Oil & Propane Late Model crown with a fourth-place finish as youngster Christian Laflamme edged Mike “Beetle” Bailey for the victory.

Cahoon entered the 50-lap Late Model season finale with a three-point edge over Groveton’s Quinny Welch, who had won the previous five titles. The veteran started ninth and slowly picked his way through the field while Welch struggled to find the handle on his machine.

At the front, the event was a barnburner. Whitefield’s Laflamme grabbed the top spot at the initial green flag from polesitter Jon Savage. South Barre, VT’s Bailey quickly got the second spot and went to Laflamme’s inside. But while Bailey appeared to have the faster car, Laflamme held strong on the preferred high-side.

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Williams, Donahue Take Caron Fabrication Twin 100s at White Mountain

Williams, Donahue Take Caron Fabrication Twin 100s at White Mountain

N. Woodstock, NH — Ellington, CT’s Ronnie Williams and Graniteville, VT’s Stephen Donahue were both standing tall after 100 laps of action at N. Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, September 5. Williams won the Honor to Essential Workers 100 for the Modified Racing Series (MRS) while Donahue captured the Leaf Peepers 100 for the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models on Caron Fabrication Night.

Williams earned his first career MRS victory in the first series visit to White Mountain since 2005. Despite a lower car count than what series officials were expecting, the action was hot and heavy for the ground-pounders.  West Swanzey, NH’s Kirk Alexander, the winner of the last MRS event at the track, grabbed the early lead off the outside pole. Alexander easily paced the field for the first half of the event while Williams and Bellingham, MA’s Woody Pitkat worked their way through the field.

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