Sonnhalter Claims The Monadnock Teddy Bear Pools & Spas NHSTRA Late Model Triple Crown Championship After Winner Was Disqualified

WINCHESTER, N.H. – Madison Cousino won her first career race, Geoff Rollins won in the NHSTRA Late Models however in post-race inspection, he was disqualified giving the win to Tim Wenzel.  Matt Sonnhalter claimed the NHSTRA Late Models Teddy Bear Pools & Spas Triple Crown Series Championship.

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MX National Was Held on Saturday, July 8 at The Wick

The Pembroke based Johnson family was set to hold another MX National at The Wick in Southwick, (MA) on Saturday July 8.  Promoter Rick Johnson had this to say about the event.  “Our ticket sales were up by 27 percent over last year! Last year at this time we were up 21 percent!”

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Kaz Grala: Richmond ‘Was Our Best Race of the Year’

The rough start of the 2023 NASCAR Xfinity Series season for Kaz Grala and Sam Hunt Racing was shaken off with a top-five finish in the team’s home race at Richmond Raceway. The Boston, MA native ran well inside the top-10 throughout much of the Toyota Care 250. Grala battled with Cole Custer, Sheldon Creed, and Josh Berry over the course of the final Stage of the 250-lap race.

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“That Was the Beginning of the End”—Reigning NASCAR Champion Joey Logano Predicts a Sad Demise

The world of NASCAR is filled with amazing stories from the tracks as well as off of them. As fans get ready for the next season to begin, some of their favorite drivers have been giving out interesting scoops. One of them is Joey Logano, who is known to be very candid in interviews. Recently the 2022 Cup Series Champion was invited for an interview with David Gravel on a YouTube live session. They spoke in length about Logano’s experience at the racing tracks. The live stream was open for questions from the…

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Steve Letarte Believes William Byron Was Promoted Too Early

William Byron has been in the NASCAR scene since 2015. Still, it seems that his career has been pretty much fast-tracked. He debuted in the Truck Series in 2015, with a full-time debut in 2016. A year later, he had his full-time Xfinity Series debut, grabbing four wins and the title. Then in 2018, he moved up once again, this time to the Cup Series, and has been racing there ever since. Interestingly, according to former Hendrick Motorsports crew chief Steve Letarte from Cornish, ME, the 24-year-old may have moved…

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