The Veterans Drivers Shine On A Hot Night At Wiscasset Speedway

The 2022 season at Wiscasset Speedway is already nearly half over. As the temps warm up heading into the middle weeks of the race season, the action heats up and the top contenders start to find their stride, and the championship points chase starts to come into focus.

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How Did New England-Connected Drivers Do This Past Weekend?

The NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Divisions were on a furlough while the Camping Truck Series made a return trip to the famous dirt track in Knoxville (Iowa) Speedway for the Clean Harbors 200.   Clean Harbors has over 400 locations in North America with their corporate headquarters in Norwell, MA.

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How New England-Connected Drivers Did This Past Weekend At Sonoma

The NASCAR Circus made a stop out in California’s wine country at the Sonoma Road course.  Mexico’s Donald Suarez ended up taking his first win of his career.

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How Did New England-Connected Drivers Do This Past Weekend?

Joey Logano of Middletown, CT won the first ever Cup race at E. St. Louis, Il  on Sunday.  Parker Kligerman of Westport CT wasn’t as fortunate and came in 31st and faring even worse was Corey LaJoie who ended up 36th.  Corey’s father is Randy LaJoie who won two NASCAR Xfinity Championships and is from Norwalk, CT.

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How Did New England-Connected Drivers Do This Past Weekend?

At Texas, Stewart Friesen won the NASCAR Truck race while Ryan Preece of Berlin, CT finished third.

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How Drivers With New England Connections Did At Dover

In Saturday’s Xfinity Series at the Dover Monster Track saw Josh Berry take the win.  Brett Moffit ended his day in 13th place with Anthony Alfredo of Ridgefield, CT coming in 15th while Jeb Burton placed 16th.  Moffitt, Alfredo and Burton all race for Our Motorsports which is jointly owned by Cape Cod’s Chris and Mary Our who call Harwich, MA home.  Boston’s Kaz Grala had a disappointing outing which ended with him finishing 24th.

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How Did New-England-Connected Drivers Do At The ‘Dega

Noah Graigson won the Xfinity race at Talladega on Saturday while Anthony Alfredo of Ridgefield, CT took down 6th place, Brett Moffitt placed 10th with Jeb Burton finishing 15th.  Boston’s Kaz Grala ended his day early and placed 29th.  Alfredo, Moffitt and Burton are all team mates in the Chris and Mary Our racing stable.  The team owners are from Cape Cod and make their home in Harwich, MA.

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