Hard Charger Showing at VIR Puts Sheehan Back on Track

Alton, VIRGINIA – October 10, 2022 – A challenging season for ‘Ironman’ Tom Sheehan took on a positive note at Virginia International Raceway for Round 11 of the Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli Championships. The vastly experienced New Hampshire wheelman climbed an impressive 13 spots to earn the TA2 Bassett Wheels Hard Charger Award. The LTK Mustang finished the TA2 race at the Virginia race track in P12 from a P25 starting spot in the 38-car field.

Fall Cycle Scene Presented By Monster Energy is Back at Daytona as Part of Biketoberfest, Oct. 13-16

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Oct. 5, 2022) – Fall Cycle Scene Presented By Monster Energy, Daytona International Speedway’s 30th annual Biketoberfest® event, WILL return as planned Oct. 13-16, as recovery efforts from Hurricane Ian will not keep the track and community from welcoming fans, competitors and enthusiasts alike.

Weston Automotive Back as World Series Sunoco Modified Triple Crown Sponsor

Barre, VT and Naples, ME —Officials from the American Canadian Tour (ACT) and the Pro All Star Series (PASS) are very pleased to announce that Weston Automotive has signed on to bring back the Triple Crown Series for the Sunoco Modifieds as a part of the 60th annual Sunoco World Series presented by Budweiser. The Weston Automotive Triple Crown Series for the Sunoco Modifieds was introduced at the 59th World Series and will return for a second edition.

Thompson Speedway Set To Roar Back To Life Wednesday For Tripoint Showdown 75

Barre, VT and Naples, ME ­— For the final time on a Wednesday night in 2022, Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park will roar back to life tomorrow, September 14. The .625-mile oval will play host to another round of action for the Outlaw Open Modified Series in the Tripoint Showdown 75, worth $5,000 to the winner. The event also includes double feature races for the Limited Sportsman (20 laps each), along with the Late Models, Mini Stocks and SK Light Modifieds.

Johnny Clark Charges Back to Spud Victory Lane

For Johnny Clark, Sunday at Spud Speedway with the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models was deja vu. Back in 2010, Clark drove through the field to take the win in the series’ first-ever trip to the Caribou, Maine facility. A dozen years – and three of his seven PASS championships – later, Clark provided an encore performance.

Jimmy Renfrew Jr. Gets Back To Granite State Pro Stock Victory Lane at Hudson

HUDSON, N.H. — Jimmy Renfrew, Jr.’s second career Granite State Pro Stock Series win was a long time coming, but on Sunday afternoon at Hudson Speedway, the young racer claimed it at last. The Candia, N.H., teen took charge on lap 26 of the Governor’s 100 and led the rest of the way to pick up his first GSPSS win since 2018.

Erik Jones Puts Iconic 43 Back Into Darlington Victory Lane

Hate to say I told you so, but I told you so. Last week I said that Erik Jones was my sleeper driver to turn the tables on the playoffs and he did it in rare form.

Doug Coby Looks To Get Back To Winning Ways at Thompson Speedway

MILFORD, Conn. – For the first time in over one month, Doug Coby will strap in behind the wheel of the Mayhew Tools No. 10 Modified this Wednesday night. Coby will be competing in the Phoenix Communications 150 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, as the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour returns to the high-banks for the first time in just under two years on August 17.

Kevin Harvick Wins Back To Back Cup Series Races

“Looking at the competition right now, you have to like Toyota’s chances. But look out, (Kevin) Harvick was second to (Denny) Hamlin in the spring race. If you doubt Harvick, you don’t know him very well.” While Toyota didn’t do too badly in the race, the Ford of Kevin Harvick came to play. It seems just a few weeks ago many were wondering if Harvick could even make the playoffs. He was below the cut line and he hadn’t been very sporty.

Sam Mayer Back with JR Motorsports and No. 1 Team in 2023

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (Aug. 9, 2022) – Sam Mayer will return to JR Motorsports and race full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2023, the team announced today. The 19-year-old will again pilot the No. 1 Chevrolet in his third consecutive season with JRM.