From the monthly archives: "December 2009"

        Waterbury, VT – The American Canadian Tour (ACT) Tiger Sportsman division will compete in a mini-series in 2010. The popular Limited Late Model division will have a new tire by Goodyear, an expansion division at the beautiful White Mountain Motorsport Park (WMMP), and a four event Tour at four different race venues.

 

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 article / photos by Chris Roy

Though “Mad Max” Zachem hasn’t raced at Thunder Road, that may change in the upcoming 2010 race season depending on which road Max decides to follow.

 

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Center Harbor, NH (December 18, 2009): Former NASCAR Camping World Series East and American Canadian Tour Champion Brad Leighton announced today a partnership with Richard Moody Racing to race in the Pro All Star Series (PASS) Super Late Model Series for the 2010 season. Leighton will run his familiar #55 on RMR’s Ford Fusions. Sponsorship negotiations are still underway.


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CHARLOTTE, NC (December 16) – Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South officials announced today that both events scheduled for 2010 at Gresham Motorsports Park have been cancelled. 
Representatives from Gresham Motorsports Park informed PASS President Tom Mayberry on Tuesday, December 15th that the speedway had made the decision not to host the PASS South Super Late Models in 2010 and that both events previously announced for June and October had been cancelled.  PASS South officials are currently in negotiations with several race tracks and hope to announce the final schedule within the coming weeks.

 

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Ray Letellier wins the Truck Feature at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway on July 14, 2004

Wiscasset Raceway re-introduces ENDURO racing for 2010   

Your browser may not support display of this image. (Wiscasset, ME) The Center of Speed, Wiscasset Raceway, is going back to the grass roots of racing for the 2010 season. After announcing all Sunday Twilight Racing, Wiscasset Raceway is proud to present another innovation for 2010. A brand new weekly program for real street cars, preparing them for racing competition Enduro style. Enduro racing is an entry class series whose rules are designed to keep costs down. Enduro cars really are "stock." Most start out as wrecks, which are bought from auctions or junkyards. Enduro cars are much more affordable to maintain as well. For many Enduro racers, the off season means they simply throw a tarp on the car in the fall, and take it off in the spring. These cars are tough.Speed is not necessarily what will make you win,” says one long time Enduro racer, "it's more like longevity. You can't win if you don't finish.”

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After posting a successful 2009 finish in the NASCAR Camping World East
Series, Eddie MacDonald and his Grimm Racing Team would like nothing better
than to begin the 2010 racing campaign with a victory at Toyota Speedway in
Irwindale, California. By virtue of the September win at New Hampshire Motor
Speedway, MacDonald is guaranteed a starting position in the seventh running
of NASCAR'S Toyota All-Star Showdown in January in the Grimm Construction
Chevy.

 

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SHOWTIME!!!
                The NEMST will be attending the upcoming Northeast Motorsports Expo in Augusta. This is the show where it all started for the NEMST last year. We are currently looking for cars to come and represent the NEMST on January 8,9,and 10. Other upcoming shows will be announced shortly.

 

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Naples Me (11/30/2009) Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President Tom Mayberry has announced the series’ tenth anniversary super late model schedule .The fastest full fender short track racers in the east will visit ten speedways in four states and the Canadian province of New Brunswick. The venues range from New England’s fastest short track, the 5/8 mile Thompson International Speedway, to the tight confines of the Riverside Speedway quarter mile.

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        Waterbury, VT – The American Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Models from Thunder Road will open the newly paved Devil’s Bowl Speedway in West Haven, Vermont on Sunday, May 23, 2010. Track promoter Jerry Richards said, “This is going to be a great way to bring the new asphalt to life at Devil’s Bowl. It has been over 30 years since the track was asphalt, but we think having Thunder Road’s Late Models on the ½ mile will certainly give our fans at the “Bowl” a great opening event.”

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