Lee, NH – Last weekend brought the final regular Friday night program of the 2022 season to Lee USA Speedway, setting the stage for the championship finale scheduled for Sunday, September 11.
Lee, NH – Double 40-lap feature events were on tap for the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Rodfather Pro Stocks at Lee USA Speedway on Saturday night, with a strong field of competitors pitside for the night’s racing action.
Lee, NH – NASCAR star Tyler Reddick joined the action at Lee USA Speedway on Friday night, competing in the Keen Parts 150-lap event for the Granite State Pro Stock Series. Reddick, fresh off his first career Cup win earlier this month at Road America was making his first ever start in a Pro Stock on asphalt.
WALPOLE, N.H. – With the Granite State Pro Stock Series season just beyond its halfway point, nothing stands between the series’ lineup of short-track stars and the grandest event on the 2022 calendar.
GW Promotional Group and Lee USA Speedway are proud to present the third race of the Whitcomb 5 Series this Friday, July 15, at 6 p.m.. The Truly Hard Seltzer 125 will essentially mark the midway point of the Whitcomb 5 Series for the 2022 season – and the race for the championship battle is starting to heat up.
GW Promotional Group announced today multiple major sponsorship additions leading into the third race of the season at Lee USA Speedway on Friday, July 15. With 125 laps scheduled for New Hampshire’s Center of Speed next week, the race will now have primary sponsorship from Truly Hard Seltzer.
The Granite State Pro Stock Series has one more race date on the schedule before July’s Keen Parts 150 at Lee USA Speedway, but the mid-summer spectacular is already on the minds of both drivers and fans.
Lee, NH – It was an action-packed night of racing at Lee USA Speedway Friday night, with a stellar field of Supermodified Atlantic Charter (SMAC) 350 Super teams on hand along with a full card of NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series competition.
CLAREMONT, N.H. – One month after a successful start at Monadnock Speedway, the Whitcomb 5 Series will return to the track this Friday night for round two of the season. Ready to compete at Claremont Motorsports Park in Claremont, New Hampshire, the Weaver Brothers Construction 125 will showcase the top NHSTRA Modified drivers from across New England in this special event.
In only his second season in the NEMA Lites, Dylan Coutu took down an emotional victory in his family owned #53 besting last year’s champion Jake Trainor in the Seymour 29. In the Jeremy Decourcy Smoke ‘Em 25, Randy Cabral came from the middle of the field and dominated the 25 lap main event on Friday night.