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9-24-16 PASS EVENT
Super Late Model champion
Johnny Clark scores first win of the year at White
Mountain Motorsports Park
North Woodstock, New Hampshire - Johnny Clark of Farmingdale,
Maine led all 150 laps to earn his first Pro All Stars Series
Super Late Model win of the season in Saturday night's Foley Oil
& Propane 150 at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North
Woodstock, New Hampshire.
It was the first victory of the season for the six-time series
champion, who ranks second in the current championship standings
behind 2014 titlist DJ Shaw, who finished 11th. Clark is the
11th driver to score a PASS North Super Late Model victory this
year. No driver has more than two wins after 14 of 16 events
have been contested.
Clark, sponsored by the family-owned clarksscrapmetals.com
chain, became the first competitor this season to lead every lap
in a Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model contest.
Reigning Series champion Mike Rowe of Turner, Maine made things
interesting throughout the 150-lapper, successfully protecting
second position until turning up the heat on Clark following the
race's final restart with ten laps to go.
Rowe crossed under the checkered flag with a runner-up finish,
just in front of West Boylston, Massachusetts driver Derek
Ramstrom. The top three were just about nose-to-tail for the
final ten laps. Garrett Hall of Scarborough, Maine drove from
dead last on the starting grid to a fourth-place finish in his
first attempt at the 1/4-mile oval.
Travis Benjamin lost a couple of spots on the final short run
after moving from 14th starting position to race with the
leaders, filling out the top five. Nick Jenkins of Brownfield,
Maine was sixth with his best PASS North Super Late Model
performance to date. Derek Griffith of Hudson, New Hampshire was
Ben Rowe of Turner, Maine charged into the top five, had a tire
go down, then rebounded for an eighth-place finish. Travis
Stearns of Auburn, Maine and Jeremy Davis of Tamworth, New
Hampshire rounded out the top ten. Ben Rowe and Davis won the
Super Late Model heat races.
Reigning PASS Mods champion Andy Shaw of Center Conway, New
Hampshire reclaimed the championship points lead with an
impressive 30-lap triumph, driving the Sumner Sessions 0. Shaw
got the lead away from Bruce Helmuth of Wales, Maine.
Ben Tinker of New Gloucester, Maine also got by Helmuth and
earned a runner-up finish. Helmuth picked up third-place
hardware, with previous points leader Ryan Robbins of Dixfield,
Maine claiming a fourth-place finish. Ron Henry of New
Gloucester, Maine was the fifth-place finisher.
Ryan Kuhn of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts outran Shaun
Buffington of Plainville, Connecticut to earn the victory in a
25-lap race for Legends Cars. Austin Teras of Windham, Maine was
third, just a few days after his 14th birthday. Maine racers
Trevor Sanborn of East Parsonsfield and Kevin Girard, Jr., of
Saco, rounded out the top five.
Cody Blake of Barre, Vermont prevailed in a wild, caution
flag-filled 50-lapper for the local Tiger Sportsman class,
shortened from its originally-scheduled 75-lap distance. Shane
Sicard of Barton, Vermont claimed runner-up honors. Derrick
Calkins of Milton, Vermont nailed down a third-place finish, in
front of Tyler Farnham of Fairlee, Vermont and Nashua, New
Hampshire's David Baron, Sr.
The next Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model race is
scheduled for Saturday, October 1 at Star Speedway in Epping,
New Hampshire. The PASS North Super Late Models and Modified
close out their 2016 racing seasons on Saturday afternoon,
October 15 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine. For more
information visit proallstarsseries.com or call (207) 539-8865.
Unofficial results from White
Mountain Motorsports Park; North Woodstock, New Hampshire;
Saturday, September 24; showing finishing position, car number,
driver's name, driver's hometown.
Super Late Model (150 laps) 1 54
Johnny Clark, Farmingdale, ME; 2 24 Mike Rowe, Turner, ME; 3 35
Derek Ramstrom, West Boylston, MA; 4 94 Garrett Hall,
Scarborough, ME; 5 7 Travis Benjamin, Morrill, ME; 6 32 Nick
Jenkins, Brownfield, ME; 7 12 Derek Griffith, Hudson, NH; 8 4
Ben Rowe, Turner, ME; 9 16 Travis Stearns, Auburn, ME; 10 09
Jeremy Davis, Tamworth, NH; 11 60 DJ Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 12
78 Brandon Barker, Windham, ME; 13 7 Glen Luce, Turner, ME; 14 9
JT Thurlow, Windham, ME; 15 01 Sam Gooden, Whitefield, NH; 16 75
Gary Smith, Bangor, ME; 17 49 Craig Weinstein, East Walpole, MA.
Tiger Sportsman (50 laps)
1 27 Cody Blake, Barre, VT; 2 4 Shane Sicard, Barton, VT; 3 5
Derrick Calkins, Milton, VT; 4 14 Tyler Farnham, Fairlee, VT; 5
28 David Baron, Sr., Nashua, NH; 6 49 Jody Sicard; 7 99 Steve
Heitz; 8 82 Colby Bourgeois; 9 37 Kaleb Rogers; 10 54 Colin
Cornell; 11 33 David Allbee, Jr.; 12 23 Michael Potter; 13 94
Randy Dockham; 14 84 Dave Driscoll; 15 92 Jayden Perry; 16 74
PASS Modified (30 laps) 1
0 Andy Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 2 19 Ben Tinker, New Gloucester,
ME; 3 25 Bruce Helmuth, wales, ME; 4 36 Ryan Robbins, Dixfield,
ME; 5 05 Ron Henry, New Gloucester, ME; 6 00 Geoff Rollins,
Groton, MA; 7 64 Matty Sanborn, Westbrook, ME.
Legends Cars (25 laps) 1
72 Ryan Kuhn, East Bridgewater, MA; 2 23 Shaun Buffington,
Plainfield, CT: 3 29 Austin Teras, Windham, ME; 4 129 Trevor
Sanborn, East Parsonsfield, ME; 5 19 Kevin Girard, Jr., Saco,
ME; 6 52 Mathew Burgoine, Stetson, ME; 7 18 Tom Gray, Sprague,
CT; 8 90 Casey Call, Pembroke, NH; 9 27 Roger Edgecomb, Hiram,
ME; 10 70 Tyler Braunschweig, West Newfields, ME; 11 46 Adam
Avedisian, Rumford, RI; 12 56 Anthony Pagliarulo, Groveland, MA;
13 3 Justin Stacey, Hiram, ME; 14 18 Parker Varney, Windham, ME;
15 21 Michael Humphrey, Cornish, ME; 16 0 Annette Humphrey,
Parsonsfield, ME; 17 1 Todd Libby, West Baldwin, ME; 18 47 Chris
Burgess, Buckfield, ME; 19 92 Colby Meserve, Windham, ME; 20 4
Peter Craig, Poland, ME.
Close point races especially in the Twisted Tea Dwarf Cars.
Practice saw the kids truck have the first roll of the season.
Zach Deaton #02 hit the tires in turn 3 causing him to roll onto
his side. It was a hard hit for the youngster but his pit crew
quickly brought his truck to the garage for repairs. Deaton
returned for the heat race but wasn't able to finish the
Late Models Finish
1) 20 Richie Brown
2) 83 Stacy Cahoon
3) 3 Bernie Lantagne
4) 78 Quinny Welch
5) 12 Michael Bailey
6) 42 Mike Jurkowski
7) 74 Jerry Lesage
8) 2 Michael Clark
9) 06 Allison Menard
10) 88 Jeremy Welch
11) 41 David Boyce
12) 57 Dave Lebrecque
Quinny Welch went into the evening with the championship wrapped
up. Welch started mid-field wanting nothing more than to finish
the season with a win to go along with the championship. Welch
unable to work through thick traffic ended his season with a 4th
place finish. First time racing this year for Richie Brown and
he has been trying all year to make it to the podium and this
weekend was this youngsters weekend as he began to lap the field
and came home with the big win. Stacy Cahoon tried to reel Brown
in but was unable to catch brown as he grabbed 2nd place. Bernie
Lantagne finished out the season with a great 3rd place finish.
Quinny Welch was honored with back to back championships and
rookie of the year went to Johnathan Lemay.
1) 23 Michael Potter
2) 4 Shane Sicard
3) 33 David Allbee
4) 99 Steven Heitz
5) 9 Matthew Morrill
6) 54 Colin Cornell
7) 74 Justin Eldridge
8) 28 David Baron Sr.
9) 88 Todd Colpitts
10) 37 Kaleb Rogers
11) 84 Elwin Sydney
12) 27 Lucas Wheeler
13) 71 Evan Amour
14) 94 Randy Dockham
15) 3 Anthony Tompkins
16) 36 Joel Hodgdon
Matthew Morrill also went into the evening as the 2016 Tiger
Champion. Matt Morrill and Shane Sicard swapped top position a
few weeks ago. Sicard was able to maneuver his way through the
field to finish 2nd for the evening. Michael Potter, last years
champ, finished his season with a win. 3rd place finisher was
also honored as the 2016 rookie of the year for the Tigers,
David Allbee. Rookie of the year for the strictlys was Kaleb
Rogers who had a great year after moving up from the kids truck
division last year.
Kids Trucks 1 Finish
1) 66 Seven Fitzgerald
2) 1 Keegan Lamson
3) 07 Brandon Taggett
4) 26 Cassidy Wentworth
Kids Trucks 2 Finish
1) 27 Robby Gordon Douglas
2) 88x Nathaniel Parkins
3) 51 Tyler Thompson
4) 42 Matt Frey
5) 88 Nate Walton
The kids truck division continues to grow as another new driver
joined us for the last race of the season, Keegan Lamson drove
himself to a 2nd place finish and said he would be back next
year. New comer last weekend Brandon Taggett finished 3rd and
Seven Fitzgerald captured the win in feature #1.
The winner of feature #2 Robb Gordon Douglas had his work cut
out for himself having to wheel his way through traffic mostly
on the outside to win his last race in a truck as Douglas will
be moving up next year. Nathaniel Parkin finished 2nd and 3rd
place went to Tyler Thompson.
Dwarf Cars Finish
1) 60 Tom Smithers
2) 27 Robert Brown
3) 7 Eric Corum
4) 77 David Helliwell
5) 26 Jim Wentworth
6) 01 Norman Forest
7) 17 Tyler Jones
8) 29 Mark Wiggett
9) 14 Michael Donahue
The closest point battle of the evening was the Dwarf Cars.
Bobby Brown and Mark Wiggett only seperate by 4 points going
into the night. Brown had a scare in practice as smoke showed
out the rear of his car. Repairs were made and the issue was
quickly resolved. Unfortunately Wiggett and Norman Forest both
ended up in the front stretch wall. Both drivers were ok, but
not how Wiggett wanted to end the season. "Uptown" Tommy
Smithers got to the front and stayed there for the win as he
held off the 2016 Dwarf Car champion and 2nd place finisher
"Downtown" Bobby Brown. Eric Corum finished the year with a 3rd
Strictly Minis Finish
1) 37 Dustin Jackson
2) 02 Scott Corey
3) 10 Christian Laflamme
4) 91 Keri Sicard
5) 31 Brett Jackson
6) 17 Scott Senecal
7) 12 John Knight
8) 19 Dave Driscoll
9) 87 Don M. Judd Jr.
10) 16 Daniel Gooden
11) 39 Greg Brackett
12) 25 Charles Kimball
Scott Corey had the championship in the books going into the
night. Corey tried with everything he had to also wrap up his
season with a win but Dustin Jackson was able to overcome Corey
for the last win of the season. Corey grabbed 2nd and Christian
Laflamme not only came back strong towards the end of the race
to finish 3rd but he also ended his season as Rookie of the
I would also like to give a big thank you to a youngster who loves to help
flag the kids truck divison, Kasen Hodgdon. Hodgdon does a
wonderful job in the flag stand and hopefully will be a flag man
in the future. Thank you Kasen for a job well done.
Thank you everyone for a great
It was a wild night from practice to the features at WMMP.
Everyone battling for every last point they can gain on the
driver ahead of them as there is only 1 point event left of the
Mother nature didn't start out the afternoon nicely with a quick
rain storm. Once the track was dried practice could be underway.
It was a rough practice session for 3 of our NAPA late models.
Dave Labreque spun in turn 4 and James Capps had nowhere to go
and no time to slow down as he hit Labreque in the drivers side
door. Allie Menard also got tangled up in the spin.
Unfortunately Capps car was destroyed and has ended his season
early, thankfully he walked away with no injuries. Labreque and
Menard were able to make repairs in time for their heat events.
We started the night off with 2 Dads 4 by Tool and Supply heats
who also had the first 2 features of the evening. The first
feature saw 3 rookies take to the highbanks. The #07 of Branden
Taggett took the 1/4 for the first time ever. Heitz and
Wentworth have been racing for a few weekends and it showed this
weekend. Both Heitz and Wentworth were able to lead a few laps
each. When the checkers came out Cassidy Wentworth was the first
to cross the finish line, followed by Heitz and Taggett.
The veterans continue to show their growth in the sport. Parkin
and Walton went side by side for a few laps but Parkin was able
to overcome to finish 2nd. Matt Frey worked the outside like a
pro and was able to grab the win. Douglas had his work cut out
for himself and managed to come home with the 3rd place trophy.
Kids Trucks Finish
1) 41 Matt Frey
2) 88x Nathaniel Parkin
3) 27 Robby Gordon Douglas
4) 51 Tyler Thompson
5) 15 Christopher Pierce
6) 88 Nate Walton
7) 02 Zachary Deaton
Second Kids Trucks Race
1) 26 Cassidy Wentworth
2) 99 Madison Heitz
3) 07 Brandon taggett
NAPA Late Models had 16 cars in the put area. Unfortunately
Capps and Brown were unable to start as Brown lost a rear end
early in the night. The battle of the night was between Welch
and Cahoon. Welch had the lead as Cahoon was all over his back
bumper. Eventually Cahoon was able to work himself around Welch
for the win. Bernie Lantana rounded out the podium with a 3rd
place finish for the evening.
Late Models Finish
1) 83 Stacy Cahoon
2) 78 Quinny Welch
3) 3 Bernie lantagne
4) 74 Jerry Lesage
5) 31 Mike Kenison
6) 55 Russell Clark
7) 4 Jonathan Lemay
8) 42 Mike Jurkowski
9) 12 Michael Bailey
10) 72 Scott Coburn
11) 88 Jeremy Welch
12) 06 Allison Menard
13) 57 Dave Lebrecque
14) 41 Dave Boyce
DNS 20 Richie Brown
DNS 64 James Capps
The Wells River Chevy Tigers saw the young gun Kaleb Rodgers
drive like a veteran as he held off the hard chargers for most
of the race. Tim Churchill, a top runner, got into an incident
which unfortunately ended his night with a lift back to the pit
area on the flatbed. Current point leader Matt Morrill was able
to grab another win. It was a good night for the Heitz household
as Steve grabbed 3rd place.
1) 9 Matthew Morrill
2) 37 Kaleb Rogers
3) 99 Steven Heitz
4) 27 Cody Blake
5) 54 Colin Cornell
6) 4 Shane Sicard
7) 94 Randy Dockham
8) 88 Todd Colpitts
9) 33 David Allbee
10) 71 Evan Amour
11) 14 Tyler Farnham
12) 3 Anthony Tompkins
13)28 David Baron Sr
14) 84 Elwin Sydney
15) 96 Chip Lacquire
16) 17 Desirae Sicard
17) 66 Tim Churchill
DNS 23 Mike Potter
Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Minis always battle
hard against one another. Team cars Scott Senecal and Brett
Jackson battled for the lead till the very end. Senecal held on
for the win. Jackson crossed the stripe 2nd. The position to
watch was who would cross the line 3rd. Current point leader
Scott Corey gave it it all he had to try and overcome Sicard as
she held on with all she had. We had to await the final word
from scoring but it was Sicard who grabbed the 3rd place honors.
Strictly Minis Finish
1) 17 Scott Senecal
2) 31 Brett Jackson
3) 91 Keri Sicard
4) 02 Scott Corey
5) 10 Christian Laflamme
6) 12 John Knight
7) 87 Don M. Judd Jr.
8) 39 Greg Brackett
9) 19 Dave Driscoll
10) 37 Dustin Jackson
DNS 14 Michael Richards
The Twisted Tea Dwarf Cars saw Mark Wiggett go into the night
just 9 points over "Downtown" Bobby Brown. Brown wanted every
position he could get over Wiggett. Brown was able to hold off
hard charger Norman Forrest for the win. Forrest finished 2nd
and Eric Corum rounded out the podium.
1) 27 Robert Brown
2) 01 Norman Forest
3) 7 Eric Corum
4) 60 Tom Smithers
5) 29 Mark Wiggett
6) 26 Jim Wentworth
7) 14 Michael Donahue
8) 17 Tyler Jones
9) 33 Jeff Marshall
You don't wanna miss the final points even of the year,grab a
friend or 5 and head to WMMP on Saturday the 17th for some of
the best short track racing in the area. Racing starts at 6pm.
Hope to see you there.
Thank you everyone for a great night of racing! We didn't rain
out, whooo hooo!
|8" Late Models and
Tigers/Strictly Stocks practice tires will be available after
Tuesday, April 19th. Tire pricing is $125.00 per tire.
The practice tires will be available for purchase at the track
only on Mondays and Thursdays from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM unless
other arrangements have been made with Donald.
|CAMPGROUND WILL OPEN ON MAY
(NO RVs/Campers prior to that date)
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|2016 DIVISION ANNOUNCEMENT
|Donnie and Terri Avery and Family,
along with a very dedicated staff, would like to announce a race
format change for the 2016 racing season and beyond.
After a great deal of thought, some testing, and great feedback
from race teams from years past, we will be combining the
Strictly Stock and the Tiger Sportsman divisions to provide even
more exciting competition. The Tiger Sportsman group has always
seen great action, and with the addition of the Strictly Stocks,
the car count increase should make the racing even better.
But patience will be needed. The Strictly Stock rules have been
redone in a way that should not be too costly for the racers.
Additional rules may have to be addressed as the season goes
along. The majority of drivers that have called have been very
helpful and wish to make this work for both the competitors and