Ron Silk Ready to Contend for NAPA Spring Sizzler Crown at Stafford

(Stafford Springs, CT)—When Stafford Speedway kicks off its 2023 season with the 51st Annual NAPA Spring Sizzler®, Ron Silk is sure to be counted among the pre-race favorites.  Silk and the #16 Blue Mountain Machine / Future Homes team finished third in last year’s Sizzler® and won the season ending NAPA Fall Final in September.  With an average finish of 4.3 in three Stafford starts last season, Silk and his team are eager to return to the Connecticut half-mile facility.

Ronnie Silk Wins NAPA Fall Final Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series Feature at Stafford

(Stafford Springs, CT)—Stafford Motor Speedway welcomed the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series to the track $15,000 to win NAPA Fall Final.  With 51 cars on hand to qualify for 32 starting positions, there was also a 20-lap B-Main feature which allowed the winner to choose from either a $1,000 payday or to join the starting field for the 80-lap main event.  Cory DiMatteo won the race and he chose to join the 80-lap race and start in the 33rd and final starting position.

Coby, Hirschman & Silk Part of Monaco Modified Tri-Track Entry List For Open Wheel Wednesday at Seekonk Speedway

SEEKONK, Mass. – With just one week left to go before the annual $10,000 to win Open Wheel Wednesday returns to Seekonk Speedway on June 29, the stars are lining up to compete for the big prize.

Silk & Preece Win NAPA Auto Parts Duels; MacDonald, Scappini, Hydar, & Levangie Score NAPA Auto Parts Duel Feature Wins at Stafford Speedway

(Stafford Springs, CT)—Stafford Speedway kicked off its 2022 race season with the NAPA Auto Parts Duels as part of the 50th NAPA Spring Sizzler® Weekend.  Feature races were held for the Pro-All Star Series Late Models, Limited Late Models, Street Stocks, and Vintage All-Stars along with two 40-lap NAPA Duel races that set the top-20 lineup for Sunday’s 100-lap NAPA Spring Sizzler® main event.

Ron Silk Makes Late Move To Win Rumble At The Ridge 200 At Beech Ridge

SCARBOROUGH, Maine — For the first time since 2005, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour teams returned to Beech Ridge Motor Speedway on Saturday, and the finish of the Rumble at the Ridge 200 made it well worth the wait.