HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (November 2, 2022) — Freeway Insurance, the largest auto insurance and personal lines distribution company in the U.S., announced the expansion of its relationship with Trackhouse Racing and NASCAR driver Daniel Suárez for a third straight season.
It may be hard to believe but the 2022 race season is already coming to a close at Wiscasset Speedway. The Group #1 divisions kicked off this season’s sendoff as they crowned their newest champions on Saturday night.
Count ‘em up! A dozen different drivers have visited Victory Lane this season in the NASCAR Cup Series; tying the 2000 and 2012 seasons for second-most winners through 16 races in the Modern Era (1972-2022); behind only the 2003 season with 13 different winners.
The race at Sonoma could have ended a lot differently than it did. But trouble found both of the early frontrunners and opened the door for Daniel Suarez to grab his first ever Cup win.
WATERFORD — It was a season opener that had almost everything — come-from-behind finishes, dominating performances, dramatic crashes, a rain delay — it all unfolded Saturday during Blastoff 2021 at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl.
Group 1 returned to action Saturday evening at Wiscasset Speedway for their second race of the season. The Norms Used Cars Pro Stocks had center stage with a 50 lap spotlight feature, along with racing in the Super Streets, Thunder 4 Minis, and 4-cylinder Pros.
WINCHESTER, N.H. –Ricky Whipple romped to victory in the 57-lap John Zellman Memorial Pure Stock feature Saturday, May 8, at Monadnock Speedway, however in post-race inspection, Chris Davis was awarded the win.
SEEKONK, Mass. — It took six caution flags and 10 extra laps, but the second race of the season saw a familiar finish, as Barry Shaw Jr. once again took the checkered flag for back-to-back victories in the Chaz Auto Body Sport Trucks.
Here’s official results from WIscasset Speedway’s Mother’s Day weekend racing…
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