Santino Ferrucci says he will draw on lessons from Sebastien Bourdais in his role as de facto team leader at AJ Foyt Racing in the 2023 IndyCar season. Foyt takes an all-changed driver line-up into the upcoming campaign, with Ferrucci of Woodbury, CT and Benjamin Pedersen replacing Kyle Kirkwood and Dalton Kellett in what is now a two-car operation again.
Waterbury, VT & Naples, ME — The debut season for the Outlaw Open Modified Series will end in style next weekend at the 59th annual Sunoco World Series at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park from October 8-10. The historic Thompson 300 returns with a minimum $20,000 on the line for the winner and a total posted purse booming over $100,000.
Someone needs to load up Ray Hodge, Chemung Promoter, and Joe Skotnicki, RoC Director, and take them to a casino. On a day when racetracks all over NY were cancelling, they decided to gamble and go for it. They came out on the winning end as the event ran with just one minor snag.
A chance conversation started during the 2020 Islip 300 last November at Riverhead Raceway morphed into Shawn Solomito of Islip teaming up with Jimmy & Angela Rennick as the driver of their NASCAR Modified and in just their second start together Saturday night Shawn put the new combination into the winners circle at the conclusion of the 50-lap Buzz Chew Chevrolet NASCAR Modified event.
SEEKONK, Mass. — Joe Kohler lived up to his nickname on Saturday night, as he was smokin’ down the track from start to finish to claim his first victory of 2021 in the Helger’s South Coast Power Equipment Sportsman at Seekonk Speedway.
N. Woodstock, NH & Barre, VT — The Flying Tigers are about to take center stage for the first of half a dozen times in what’s shaping up as a tremendous 2021 for the class. Entries have been pouring in for both the Myers Container Service Triple Crown Series at Barre, VT’s Thunder Road and the J.P. Sicard Triple Crown Series at North Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorsports Park as the racers of “North America’s Best Support Division” get ready for their time in the sun.
Loudon, NH — Reigning American-Canadian Tour (ACT) champion Jimmy Hebert of Williamstown, VT finally scored a long-awaited victory at Loudon’s New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) on Sunday, April 18 in the inaugural Northeast Classic. Hebert was awarded the win following post-race technical inspection, giving the veteran a triumph he’d been chasing for his entire decade-long Late Model career.
The best of the Big Block Modified talents go up against the best of the Small Block Modified racers on Saturday when the 4th Annual VP Race Fuels Bruce Rogers Memorial Money Maker is presented at Grandview Speedway.
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