Myers Champion Crowned with Cody Chevrolet-Cadillac Flying Tiger 100 Lapper At Thunder Road

Barre, VT — The first Thunder Road champion of the season will be crowned this Thursday night as part of a jam-packed Cody Chevrolet-Cadillac night on August 4th. It’s the final round of the Myers Container Service Flying Tiger Triple Crown and the 2022 edition is going out in style with the Cody Chevrolet-Cadillac 100, the longest race of the season for the Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers! All Thunder Road divisions will be on the track, and on the front stretch for the rescheduled Times Argus Autograph Session!

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Adam Maynard Nabs First Flying Tiger Win in 20+ Year Career on Preston’s Kia Night at Thunder Road

Barre, VT — Over 90 cars in four separate classes entered the Thunder Road pit area on Sunday to help Preston’s Kia mark the Independence Day holiday. Just four of those drivers left the gates, following yet another fantastic display of fireworks courtesy of East Montpelier’s Northstar, victors among their competitors with all putting on a stellar show for the capacity crowd and those at home watching on FloRacing.   

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John Beatty Jr. Triumphs In The Flying Dutchman 90 Saturday At Riverhead Raceway

A late race caution flag with four laps left shuffled the deck Saturday night at Riverhead Raceway in The Flying Dutchman 90 NASCAR Modified event and when the dust settled John Beatty Jr. of Merrick master the late race restart to capture a milestone 10th career win. A strong field of 27 Tour Type Modifieds turned out for the race celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Fred Harbach’s winning the final race of his career leading to the track championship on September 19th,1992.

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Riverhead Raceway Celebrating 30th Anniversary Of Fred Harbach’s 1992 Championship With The Flying Dutchman 90 Saturday June 4th

It was a magical night September 19th, 1992 at Riverhead Raceway with an ending not even the best Hollywood script writer could have ever imagined. Prior to the ’92 NASCAR Modified season at Riverhead Raceway, Harbach, then 55 announced that year would be the last of his storied 40 plus year driving career. In typical “Flying Dutchman” fashion Fred not only went out and won his final race but sewed 1992 NASCAR Modified championship to boot in his final race.

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