N. Woodstock, NH — Berlin, NH’s Cody LeBlanc went to the front early and stayed there to win the North East Mini Stock Tour (NEMST) “King of the Mountain 50” at White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, July 25. The 2018 NEMST Champion took the lead from polesitter Issac Rollins on a lap-4 restart and left the field in the dust for his first victory in nearly two years.
Leblanc earned the fourth starting spot in qualifying for the 50-lap main event and was already up to second when the first caution flew on lap 4 for Joe Katula’s spin. When the green flag came back out, LeBlanc flew past Rollins like a man possessed, determined to break his winless streak.
White Mountain Welcomes North East Mini Stock Tour This Saturday
NEMST Visit Starts Another Strong Stretch of Big Events
N. Woodstock, NH — Good things will arrive in small packages this Saturday, July 25 at White Mountain Motorsports Park. The North East Mini Stock Tour (NEMST) is making the trip to Northern New Hampshire, bringing the fastest four-cylinder cars and drivers in the region for the King of the Mountain 50 in North Woodstock.
For more than a decade, NEMST has been where drivers can go on the road and be the stars in what had previously been an entry-level division. The Tour has become a regular at White Mountain in recent years with teams from throughout the region taking a scenic drive to the fast quarter-mile.
Gray Takes Top Spot Late for Rusty’s Towing Enduro Win
N. Woodstock, NH – E. Thetford, VT’s Brandon Gray took it to the bank at White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, October 5 by scoring the win in the Rusty’s Towing & Recovery Enduro. Gray came out on top of a back-and-forth battle with Orleans, VT’s Cody Hodge to grab the victory and the $3,000 top prize.
Reed, Hopkins Take PASS Commonwealth Classic Wins At Richmond
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RICHMOND, VA (March 30) – Austin Reed and Mike Hopkins split Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model wins in the Inaugural PASS Commonwealth Classic Saturday afternoon at Richmond Raceway.
“The crew made some awesome adjustments at the halfway break and then the car was on rails,” said Reed after the biggest win of his career. “To win at Richmond is just amazing. I can’t believe we won yet, but I can’t wait for it to sink in.”
Eddie MacDonald wins ACT 150-lapper, Spencer Morse outruns PASS Mod foes on night before the 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway
Oxford, Maine – Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, Massachusetts, known as ‘The Outlaw’ in Late Model racing circles, added to his impressive resume in that class at Oxford Plains Speedway Saturday night with a win in the headlining American-Canadian Tour 150-lapper at the historic Route 26 oval racetrack in Oxford, Maine.
MacDonald, twice a winner of the prestigious Oxford 250 during its’ brief period as a Late Model race, will try for his third triumph in Maine’s Greatest Racing Classic on Sunday afternoon in his Super Late Model ride. On Saturday he took the race lead away from young Vermonter Evan Hallstrom, then outraced ACT championship contender Jimmy Hebert of Williamstown, Vermont to the checkered flag. (more…)
North East Mini Stock Tour Heads Into New England Short Track Showdown on a Roll
Three Different Winners in Four Events Starts Out the 2018 Season
The smallest racecars that will make up the second annual New England Short Track Showdown at New Hampshire Motor Speedway are riding a king-sized wave of momentum into this coming weekend’s event. So far in 2018, the North East Mini Stock Tour is seeing a season where there have been three different winners in the first four events and a total of 41 competitors who have entered a race this season. (more…)