Fans Flock to The Flat Track At New Hampshire

LOUDON, N.H. – A packed house of race fans was on hand at The Flat Track as the Friday Night Dirt Duels Presented by New England Racing Fuel returned to New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) for the first time since 2019.

Corliss Cashes in for a Three-Peat in Vermont Lottery Governor’s Cup 150

Barre, VT — Even after taking a restful partial season in 2022, three-time ‘King of the Road’ Jason Corliss returned to his roots at Barre’s Thunder Road and once again stood victorious before the large crowd on hand for the 43 Vermont Governor’s Cup presented by the Vermont Lottery. Waterbury Center’s Tanner Woodard and Williamstown’s Josh Lovely also made the thrilling trip to Thunder Road victory lane.

D.J. Shaw takes PASS Super Late Model Night #1 at White Mountain

N. Woodstock, NH — In a rare Friday night special event at White Mountain Motorsports Park, new chapters were written with both new and familiar faces throughout the four divisions set to start an awesome mid-July doubleheader weekend.

David Arute Wins July 15 Senator’s Cup at Stafford Speedway; Gambacorta, Ferrigno, Patnode, & Hydar Also Score Wins

(Stafford Springs, CT)—Stafford Speedway hosted the Senator’s Cup 50-lap SK Modified® event with Stafford’s Late Model, SK Light, Limited Late Model, and Street Stock divisions also in feature action on Friday, July 15.  David Arute was the big winner of the night, picking up his third win of the 2022 season in the extra distance Senator’s Cup feature event.

Monster Truck Night Of Destruction Set For Riverhead Raceway Saturday July 23rd

Another family fun night of thrills and spills is slated for Riverhead Raceway Saturday July 23rd as the annual Monster Truck Night of Destruction joins a full program of NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series stock car racing. The Late Models will compete in their second Miller LIte Triple Crown Series race of 2022, while the INEX Legend Race Cars return after a week of for their second MLTCS event.

Frankie Muniz, former child star of Malcolm in the Middle, in talks to join NASCAR as a race car driver

Plenty of professional athletes have turned to acting after they retire from sports. Frankie Muniz is going in the opposite direction. The actor and former “Malcolm in the Middle” star is ramping up his racing career, setting his sights on joining NASCAR’s third division next year with hopes of reaching the top-level Cup series soon after that.