From the monthly archives: "February 2007"
Kennison sells 2006 car to Kyle Busch, preparing new Distance-built entry
for 2007 PASS North Series schedule

OXFORD, Maine (Feb. 5, 2007) – One of NASCAR's hottest young stars has purchased a Maine-built Pro Stock car, and one of Maine's most promising short track drivers is taking his program to the next level.
Kyle Busch, driver of the Kellogg's Chevrolet for respected NASCAR stalwart Hendrick Motorsports, has recently purchased a 2006 Distance-built Pro Stock car from Oxford native Chris Kennison. Busch has plans to compete in selected Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South races in 2007 and a few races in Las Vegas when his schedule allows.

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CABANA INDUCTED INTO NEAR HALL OF FAME

            East Windsor, CT -  Legendary Canadian stock car driver, Jean-Paul Cabana was inducted in to the tenth New England Antique Racers Hall of Fame Sunday at a ceremony in East Windsor, CT.  The Quebec racer was one of 11 honored in a group that included five drivers (Cabana, Dave Dion, Bob Potter, John Rosati, Bentley Warren), a car owner/crew chief (Bob Johnson), a speedway promoter (John Falconi Sr), a car owner and Northeastern Midget Association president (John McCarthy) as well as Veterans Committee selections Dick Garrett and Dick Egan (drivers) and George Barber (car owner/track builder).  The Jack Ratta Memorial Media Award was given to Walter Renner of National Speed Sport News.  A special recognition award was bestowed on Danny Pardi.

           

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