Amidst Track Meltdown, AJ Allmendinger Wins Indy’s Road Course Race

NASCAR almost pulled it off. Another new track configuration prompted by a desire to see better racing at a flagship track that has been losing interest. This time they didn’t bring in tons of dirt or repave a track. This time they used the old road course at Indy and for 78 laps, the race was pretty decent.

Jamie York Wins the Road Warrior Challenge at Thunder Road

Barre, VT — Barre’s Jamie York picked the best time to get his first career Thunder Road victory in the annual Road Warrior Challenge at NorthCountry Federal Credit Union Night on Sunday, August 15. York dominated the 50-lap special for the Burnett Scrap Metals Road Warriors as part of a special Sunday twilight show seen live on FloRacing.

Sicard Goes Two-for-Two in Triple Crown at White Mountain

N. Woodstock, NH — Barton, VT’s Shane Sicard made it two-for-two in the J.P. Sicard Inc. Triple Crown Series by winning the 75-lap Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tiger feature at North Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, August 14. Sicard took the lead from East Kingston, NH’s Bryan Wall Jr. on a lap-37 restart and couldn’t be touched down the stretch en route to his fourth win of the season.

At Monadnock, Dowling takes Tri Track Modified Win, Fellows Celebrates Late Model Sportsman Victory

Winchester, NH – Saturday night Monadnock Speedway celebrated the return of the Tri Track Modified racing series, the speedway’s 51st anniversary and the life of Johnny Corliss, former racer and car owner. The evenings events tied together nicely. Corliss, a Winchester businessman, was in the field of racers on Monadnock’s opening night, August 13, 1971 and at his passing was owner of one the race cars competing in the Tri Track series.

Massachusetts X1 Kart Tracks May Close Forever?

A conversation with former road racer RJ Valentine of Hingham, MA revealed that he does not plan to reopen his X1 indoors on Wood Rd. in Braintree and X1 Outdoors on Rt. 18 in East Bridgewater.  Both race venues were very successful until the Pandemic hit motor racing hard.  In the case of the two local X1 go-kart tracks it was a death blow!

Reckner Leads Parade of Underdogs to Open Big Weekend at Devil’s Bowl Speedway

WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Elmo Reckner won big on an exciting night of dirt track racing at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Saturday, August 14, winning the Rutland Regional Medical Center “Healthcare Heroes Night” feature for the headline Sportsman Modified division. Other winners on the night included John Gosselin, Chris Murray, rookie Daryl Gebo, and Kamden Duffy. The Saturday night event set the stage for Sunday’s third annual “Battle at the Bowl” event for Big Block and Small Block Modifieds.

Jimmy Renfrew, Jr. Takes Win in Lance Davis Memorial at Lee USA Speedway

Lee, NH – The annual running of the Lance Davis Memorial for the R & R Race Parts NH Street Stocks took center stage at Lee USA Speedway on Friday night, with a strong field of entries in the pit area for this year’s edition of the race, run as part of the NHSTRA Battle for the Belt series.

Corey Bubar Scores First Career Series Win At Beech Ridge Motor Speedway

SCARBOROUGH, Maine — For the first time in his Granite State Pro Stock Series career, Corey Bubar held the checkered flag at a familiar track on Saturday, August 14. Bubar bested the top competition in the feature races to score the big win at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in the second and final stop for Granite State there this season. By Souza Media/Kyle Souza