(Stafford Springs, CT)—Stafford Speedway hosted another round of Stafford Weekly Racing on Friday, August 19th with Open Modified cars on hand for the Lincoln Tech Open 80.
The nationwide heat wave wasn’t stopping Wiscasset Speedway on Saturday as they hosted an exciting night of Group #2 racing action. The night’s program included the Wood Pellet Warehouse Late Models, Kennebec Equipment Rental Outlaw Minis, 88.5FM Modifieds, T&L Automotive Roadrunners and the Portland Glass Strictly Streets.
(Stafford Springs, CT)—Stafford Speedway’s Street Stock division took center stage on Friday, June 24 with their lone extra distance feature event of the 2022 season, the Midstate Site Development 30. Travis Hydar was the big winner of the night, scoring his third win of the season in the Midstate Site Development Street Stock 30.
(Stafford Springs, CT)—Open Modified cars returned to Stafford Motor Speedway for their second of five visits of the 2022 season on Friday, May 20th for the Call Before You Dig Open 81. Ronnie Williams took the checkered flag with a dominant drive to outlast Woody Pitkat over the final laps.
BRISTOL, TN. (April 12, 2022): Live Fast Motorsports (LFM) is pleased to announce that NASCAR Xfinity Series driver, Josh Williams, will drive LFM’s Cup Series No. 78 Ford in the Bristol Motor Speedway Food City Dirt Race on April 17, 2022.
Thompson, CT — Tolland, CT’s Ronnie Williams made it two in a row with the Outlaw Open Modified Series by capturing the Twisted Tea Tripoint Showdown 75 at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Wednesday, September 15. Williams followed a similar script to his Midsummer 75 victory in August by coming on strong late in the going to take home another $5,000 top prize at the final tune-up for the $20,000-to-win Thompson 300.
Thompson, CT — Tolland, CT’s Ronnie Williams found some late magic to win the Truly Lemonade Hard Seltzer Midsummer 75 at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Wednesday, September 15. Williams took the lead from Chelmsford, MA’s Jon McKennedy with 17 laps remaining and got stronger as the race wound down to grab the $5,000 victor’s paycheck for the Outlaw Open Modified Series.