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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Kimball Wins Modified Firecracker 100 Saturday At Monadnock

WINCHESTER, N.H. – Over-the-top chaotic finishes, brutal crashes, and one amazing aerial fireworks display. It was American Saturday night short-track racing at its best, and the large crowd on hand for the Firecracker Night spectacular Saturday at Monadnock Speedway enjoyed it all.

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Sicard Officially Five-for-Five at White Mountain, Marshall Returns to Winning Ways in Twin 76s

N. Woodstock, NH — The Twin 76-formula certainly works for fireworks both on and off the track on Independence Day weekend and Saturday at White Mountain Motorsports Park was all the proof that anyone would ever need. In the end, both Twin 76’s consisted of ultra-competitive three-way battles in both Foley Oil & Propane and Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tiger competition. In the end, only one stands victorious.

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Cody Blake Goes Lights Out Over the Thunder Road Late Model Competition

Barre, VT — The month of June ended with the thunderous roar from high atop Quarry Hill in Barre, Vermont on Thursday, June 30th. At the end, it was four triumphant returns to victory lane as Williamstown’s Nate ‘Tater’ Brien, Plainfield’s Patrick Tibbetts, Barre’s Jason Pelkey and Montpelier’s Cody Blake all found victory lane once again, but for the first time in 2022.

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White Mountain Celebrates Independence Day with Twin 76’s plus Northstar Fireworks

N. Woodstock, NH — Incredibly it is nearly the month of July, and we inch ever closer to the favorite holiday of Americans and race fans. Independence Day weekend is annually one of stock car racing’s greatest events on the calendar and White Mountain Motorsports Park is no exception.

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Hayes Dominates Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Mini Special at White Mountain

N. Woodstock, NH — The yearly Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Mini Stock special at White Mountain Motorsports Park is annually one of the most exciting events on the schedule, Saturday’s rendition kept that reputation alive. From all aspects, 2022 has not been kind to Jack Hayes. Mechanical problems had left him with several DNFs in only three races so far this season and he started Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Night on his roof but ended it in Victory Lane.

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Scout Night & Kids Rides for Last Thunder Road Thursday in June

Barre, VT — Ending the month of June, the thunder and lightning of Thunder Road International Speedbowl returns on Thursday, June 30th with the annual four-division Scout Night plus Kids Rides from 4:00 to 4:45pm. The standings in all three championship divisions remain tight while the return from a two-week-off absence for the Road Warriors ensures plenty of action throughout the night.

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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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Byrne Tops Mods, Justin Littlewood Threepeats At Monadnock

WINCHESTER, N.H. – Nine weeks into the 2022 season, Bay State Modified ace Ben Byrne seems to be coming into own atop the highly competitive NHSTRA open-wheel division.

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Donahue and Bouchard Dominate Double Late Model Features At Thunder Road

The fireworks started off early with the rain-postponed Casella Waste Management 50-lapper for the Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Models. From the pole position hard-luck driver Scott Coburn led the early war but was overtaken by Memorial Day Classic winner Stephen Donahue on lap 15. Donahue continued to dominate through a lap-22 scramble in turn four between the 94VT of Brendan Moodie and the 0VT of Scott Dragon that took out contenders Brooks Clark and Bobby Therrien.

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