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Michaud and Malone Agree to Purchase WMMP

N. Woodstock, NH - White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) officials announced today that Cris Michaud and Pat Malone have reached an agreement to purchase the N. Woodstock, NH speedway. The sale will mark the first change of ownership in the track's 25-year history.

Since the track first opened its doors in September 1993, WMMP had been owned by the Avery family. Donnie and Terri Avery were instrumental in bring racing to the area, which sits near the popular Kancamagus Highway scenic byway.

Over the years, the track has hosted some of the biggest series in the Northeast, including the American-Canadian Tour (ACT), the NASCAR Busch North Series, the Pro All Stars Series Super Late Models, the Valenti Modified Racing Series, and the Granite State Pro Stock Series. WMMP recently celebrated its 25th anniversary season with the $10,000-to-win Napa Blue & Gold 250 for ACT-type Late Models.

In recent years, Donnie's son David and David's wife Mandi have handled many of the day-to-day operations of the speedway. However, the growing demands of the family's sweeping business, Avery's Sweeping, led them to explore options for selling the speedway.

Michaud and Malone will assume ownership of the facility in time for the 2019 racing season. The partnership also co-owns Barre, VT's Thunder Road Speedbowl and the American-Canadian Tour (ACT), both of which they purchased in 2017. Michaud was a multi-time Late Model Champion at Thunder Road before entering the business side of the racing industry, while Malone is also a successful commercial real estate developer in Vermont.

"We can't thank the Avery family enough for everything they've done to support racing in this area," Michaud said. "We appreciate all the effort they've put into the track over the years. We're great friends with the Avery's, and we wish them the best in all their future ventures."

"This is a beautiful track that has played a big role in Northeast motorsports ever since it opened," Michaud continued. "More than anything, Pat and I are buying the track because we want to make sure it continues to play the role it should on the local and regional racing scene."

Michaud added that no major changes are anticipated at the track in terms of staffing, procedures, or day-to-day operations for the upcoming season. Officials are currently finalizing the 2019 schedule and rules with hopes to release both within the next few weeks.

"We're not going to turn the place into Thunder Road East," Michaud said. "They're two separate tracks with their own unique identities. We intend to keep them that way. We're looking forward to working with the current White Mountain teams and officials to build upon what they currently have without losing what's made the track successful the past 25 years."

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963.
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WHITE MOUNTAIN MOTORSPORTS PARK
WRAPS UP 25th ANNIVERSARY SEASON
WITH ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUET
With a full house in attendance at the Days Inn Wyndham banquet room in Lincoln, New Hampshire, White Mountain Motorsports Park presented by the Autosaver Group wrapped up their 25th Anniversary racing season in style. Champions were honored, race teams were honored, and a great time was had by all.

The night started off by honoring the Rookies of the Year with their special awards. Top rookies included Ethan Tyrell in the Bank of New Hampshire Dwarf Cars, Rusty Drew in the Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini's, Nathaniel Parkins in the Wells River Chevrolet Tigers, and Matt Morrill was the top rookie in the Foley Oil & Propane Late Model division.

Sunoco certificates were presented to Late Model drivers Quinney Welch, Stacy Cahoon and Matt Morrill. Tiger driver Nathaniel Parkins, Strictly Stock Mini drivers Brett Jackson and Scott Senecal as well as Dwarf Car driver Ethan Tyrell also received Sunoco certificates.

2018 champions that were honored included Quinney Welch, Late Models, Shane Sicard, Tigers, Adam Sicard, Strictly Stock Mini's and Andy Hill in the Dwarf Car class. All Dad's 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Truck Drivers were saluted as well.

Two special events highlighted the evening. One such event was from a person that has shown a tremendous amount of courage in the face of adversity. Track owner, Teri Avery, whom is recovering from a leg amputation surgery, walked from her table to the front of the room for very special announcements. She received cheers of encouragement as well as a standing ovation. Following that glorious moment the announcement was been made by David Avery that White Mountain Motorsports Park has been sold to Chris Michaud and Pat Malone, owners of Thunder Road and the American Canadian Tour. The new owners will take over in December.

The trophy presentations wrapped up with David Avery thanking all the drivers and crewmembers, sponsors, employees, 50/50 sellers and everyone that has helped the track and the Avery family along the way. All guests in attendance danced the night away to a local DJ thus ending the tenure of a great racing family.

For more information visit the website at www.whitemtnmotorsports.com, or call the new track number at 802-244-6963. WMMP is located just three miles south of North Woodstock, New Hampshire on Route 3.
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th RESULTS
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL WEEKEND IN
WMMP HISTORY COMES TO AN END
EDDIE MACDONALD SCORES $10,000 PAYDAY
The lights are out on the 25th Anniversary season at White Mountain Motorsports Park powered by the Autosaver Group in North Woodstock, New Hampshire. The carnival like atmosphere that surrounded the NAPA Blue & Gold 250 Weekend will last for a long time in the minds of race teams, race fans and the management of WMMP. All the great things that made the event memorable including hundreds of NAPA themed items being given away, a beer garden that allowed fans to watch the races from it, the smell of fresh BBQ on the smoker all weekend long, and a highly entertaining Monster Truck show only added to the great racing that took place all weekend.

The racing weekend was capped with super highs and huge disappointments for the final event of 2018. "The Outlaw" Eddie MacDonald carried the giant winner's check back to Rowley, Massachusetts with him in the NAPA Blue & Gold 250. MacDonald wasn't a real factor in the early going as he methodically worked his way to the front and pitted for tires around the lap 130 mark, as he and race leader Quinney Welch, skipped down pit road under caution. The regions big dogs were now all at the front as Welch, whom led from very early on in the race had high hopes of racing his way back into contention but that never happened. Scott Payea, Jimmy Hebert, Joey Pole all were battling hard at the front as well as Nick Sweet who was turning blistering laps on worn out tires. Sweet pitted and now the battle began with Payea, and Hebert. They battled hard over the next 75 laps, while all the time MacDonald methodically was working his way back to the front, and finally the lead, and finally the checkered flag. Hebert raced his way past Payea for second, Joey Pole was fourth and completing the top ten were Jason Corliss, Nick Sweet, Jonathan Bouvrette, a very disappointed Quinney Welch, Scott Dragon and Mathieu Kingsbury. Thirty-three of the finest Late Models in the Northeast attempted to qualify for the main event, as drivers representing, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Quebec battled hard for the thirty starting spots. Qualifying wins went to Joey Pole, Stephen Donahue and Bryan Mason. Consi checkers flew for Stacy Cahoon and Mike Kenison, while Jesse Switser won the B feature.

The Wells River Chevrolet Tigers concluded their two day, two 75 lap segment races and Justin Eldridge led the way to victory lane and a $1,000 payday as he captured both segments. On Sunday Colin Cornell gave Eldridge all he could handle but it wasn't enough and he settled for second ahead of Jason Woodard, Shane Sicard and Matt Potter. The overall top five for the two day event was Eldridge, Cornell, Woodard, Sicard and Potter.

Twenty-seven Legend Cars lined up for their 30 lap main event and Noah Korner held off a determined Casey Call for the win. A couple of early cautions slowed the event but once the field sorted out they put on a whale of a show. Following the winning pair were Brandon Martinez, Austin MacDonald, and Kevin Girard. Call and Noah Korner won the pair of qualifiers.

The Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Mini's saw Nate Walton scramble for the hard fought victory over Brandon Gray, Jamie Heath, Brett Jackson and John Knight. Gray and Walton won their respective qualifiers.

This ends the 2018, 25th Anniversary season at WMMP. Information on our championship banquet will be forthcoming. For more information visit our website at www.whitemtnmotorsports.com, or call the Track at 603-745-6727.

WMMP NAPA 250 SUNDAY 9/16 FINISHES PDF
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NAPA BLUE & GOLD 250 FOR LATE MODELS
1) 17MA - EDDIE MACDONALD
2) 58VT - JIMMY HEBERT
3) 37VT - SCOTT PAYEA
4) 97NH - JOEY POLEWARCZYK
5) 66VT - JASON COELISS
6) 40VT - NICK SWEET
7) 41QC - JONATHAN BOUVRETTE
8) 78 - QUINNEY WELCH
9) 16VT - SCOTT DRAGON
10) 9QC - MATHIEU KINGSBURY
11) 0 - MAX DOLIVER
12) 22 - ANDY HILL
13) 3NH - MIKE KENISON
14) 48QC - ALEX GUENETTE
15) 22RI - MARK JENISON
16) 83 - STACY CAHOON
17) 91QC - PATRICK LAPERLE
18) 38VT - TYLER CAHOON
19) 41P - CHRIS PELKEY
20) 26VT - JOHN DONAHUE
21) 2 - STEPHEN DONAHUE
22) 99VT - CODY BLAKE
23) 10ME - JESSE SWITSER
24) 32 - JEFF MARSHALL
25) 21 - OREN REMICK
26) 10NH - BRYAN MASON
27) 11QC - CLAUDE LECLERC
28) 04VT - DJ SHAW
29) 23ME - DAVE FARRINGTON JR.
30) 12 - CHRIS ROBERTS
WELLS RIVER CHEVROLET TIGERS - SEGMENT #2
1) 74 - JUSTIN ELDRIDGE
2) 54 - COLIN CORNELL
3) 68 - JASON WOODARD
4) 4 - SHANE SICARD
5) 23 - MATT POTTER
6) 37 - KALEB ROGERS
7) 26 - JOHN DONAHUE
8) 15 - TRAVIS CALKINS
9) 67 - KEVIN STREETER
10) 88X - NATHANIEL PARKIN
11) 40 - DWAYNE LANPHEAR
12) 10 - CHRISTIAN LAFLAMME
13) 37VT - KYLE STREETER
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WELLS RIVER CHEVROLET TIGERS - OVERALL FINISH
1) 74 - JUSTIN ELDRIDGE
2) 68 - JASON WOODARD
3) 54 - COLIN CORNELL
4) 4 - SHANE SICARD
5) 26 - JOHN DONAHUE
6) 15 - TRAVIS CALKINS
7) 37 - KALEB ROGERS
8) 23 - MATT POTTER
9) 40 - DWAYNE LANPHEAR
10) 88X - NATHANIEL PARKIN
11) 67 - KEVIN STREETER
12) 10 - CHRISTIAN LAFLAMME
13) 37VT - KYLE STREETER
14) 2NH - NICK GILCRIS
NELCAR LEGENDS
1) 31 - NOAH KORNER
2) 90NH - CASEY CALL
3) 12 - BRANDON MARTINEZ
4) 27 - AUSTIN MACDONALD
5) 19 - KEVIN GIRARD JR.
6) 23S - SHAUN BUFFINGTON
7) 52NH - JAKE MATHESON
8) 92 - COLBY MESERVE
9) 70 - TYLER BRAUNSCHWEIG
10) 47 - CHRIS BURGESS
11) 87 - GLENN KORNER
12) 00 - MASON LEVESQUE
13) 38 - MATTHEW BOURGOINE
14) 18 - PARKER VARNEY
15) 28 - KEVIN OLIVER
16) 07 - NICK CALBERT
17) 399 - BOB WEYMOUTH
18) 05 - DARREN GALLANT
19) 14MA - ALIYAH NEALE
20) 8 - MATT CHAGNOT
21) 44 - ZACHARD MARTINEZ
22) 09 - TOM SEARLES
23) 56 - DERRICK DEBBIS
24) 67 - RUSS GAUDBOUT
25) 31Z - TRENT GOODROW
26) 52 - COLBY BENJAMIN
27) 95J - JACK WALKER
WOODSVILLE GUARANTY SAVINGS BANK STRICTLY STOCK MINIS
1) 88 - NATE WALTON
2) 00 - BRANDON GRAY
3) 91ME - JAMIE HEATH
4) 31 - BRETT JACKSON
5) 12NH - JOHN KNIGHT
6) 87 - DON JUDD
7) 21 - JASON FALLMAN
8) 11 - JACOB ROY
9) 4 - RUSTY DREW III
10) 17 - SCOTT SENECAL
11) 13 - HUNTER GARDUNO
12) 3 - ANTHONY THOMPKINS
13) 24 - ALLAN YOUNG
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th RESULTS
PASS NORTH SLMs at WMMP
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-15-18
1) 4n - Ben Rowe - 150 Laps
2) 97 - Joey Polewarczyk Jr. - 150
3) 5 - Dillon Moltz - 150
4) 54 - Johnny Clark - 150
5) 47 - Gabe Brown - 150
6) 60 - DJ Shaw - 150
7) 90 - Craig Weinstein - 150
8) 59 - Reid Lanpher - 150
9) 12g - Derek Griffith - 150
10) 35 - Derek Ramstrom - 150
11) 15 - Mike Hopkins - 150
12) 09 - Jeremy Davis - 150
13) 7 - Travis Benjamin - 150
14) 46 - Dennis Spencer Jr. - 150
15) 40 - Nick Sweet - 150
16) 94 - Garrett Hall - 149
17) 29 - Trevor Sanborn - 115
18) 29x - Austin Teras - 105
19) 27 - Wayne Helliwell Jr. - 88
20) 15h - Nick Hinkley - 77
21) 9 - Kyle Welch - 53
22) 7L - Glen Luce - 52
23) 21 - David Oliver - 47
24) 81 - Dan Winter - 31
25) 60b - Tim Brackett - 13
26) 39 - Chad Dow - 12
27) 23 - Glen Martel - 12
NAPA BLUE & GOLD WEEKEND, DAY #1
BEN ROWE RULES PASS SLMs,
ELDRIDGE WINS TIGER SEGMENT #1
It was day number one for the season ending, 25th Anniversary Celebration at White Mountain Motorsports Park powered by the Autosaver Group. Day one of the NAPA Blue & Gold 250 Weekend featured some fantastic racing as the PASS Super Late Models kept everyone on the edge of their seats in the 150 lap main event. Checkers on the night flew for Ben Rowe, Justin Eldridge, Bobby Brown and Tyler Thompson.

Trevor Sanborn and Johnny Clark led the twenty-seven car PASS field to the green flag and the two drivers were off and flying away from the pack. The pair raced nose to tail for the majority of the first half of the race before Clark took over and led several laps before Ben Rowe got the jump on the restart and took over the point. Caution flew a few laps later and this time Clark took back the lead and then caution flew again for a scrum in turn two. Rowe took over the lead and cruised to victory over Joey Pole, Dillon Moltz, Clark and Gabe Brown. Qualifying checkers flew for Derek Griffith, Trevor Sanborn, and Travis Benjamin.

Justin Eldridge dominated the first 75 lap segment of the Wells River Chevrolet Tiger main event as he took the lead at the halfway point and never looked back. Early leader Jason Woodard placed second ahead of John Donahue, Travis Calkins and WMMP champion, Shane Sicard. Segment #2, another 75 lapper will decide the overall winner on Sunday. John Donahue and Kevin Streeter won their respective qualifiers.

Bobby Brown scored the popular win in the Bank of New Hampshire Dwarf Cars main event, as he defeated Jeff Ainsworth, Chad Dufour, Jeremy Labrecque and Matt Currier. Dufour won the lone heat race.

Tyler Thompson picked up his twelfth win of the season as he easily outdistanced Owen Boucher, Owen Rogers, Luke Peters and Jillian Baumgardner in the Dad’s 4 By Tool & Supply Kid’s Truck division. Thompson also won the heat race.

Day number two is set for Sunday at noon as the $10,000 to win, $1,000 to take the green, NAPA Blue & Gold 250 for Late Models will highlight the day’s activities. Also on the card will be Segment #2 for the Tigers with the overall winner cashing a $1,000 pay check. Legend Cars, Strictly Stock Mini’s and a giant Monster Truck Show are also on tap.

For info visit the website at www.whitemtnmotorsports.com, or call the Track at 603-745-6727. White Mountain Motorsports Park, powered by the Autosaver Group, is located just three miles south of North Woodstock, New Hampshire on Route 3.
WELLS RIVER CHEVROLET TIGERS (SEGMENT #1)
1) 74 - JUSTIN ELDRIDGE
2) 68 - JASON WOODARD
3) 26 - JOHN DONAHUE
4) 15 - TRAVIS CALKINS
5) 4 - SHANE SICARD
6) 54 - COLIN CORNELL
7) 37 - KALEB ROGERS
8) 40 - DWAYNE LANPHEAR
9) 10 - CHRISTIAN LAFLAMME
10) 88X - NATHANIEL PARKINS
11) 67 - KEVIN STREETER
12) 2NH - NICK GILCRIS
13) 37VT - KYLE STREETER
14) 23VT - MATT POTTER
DAD’S 4 BY TOOLS & SUPPLY KIDS TRUCKS
1) 51 - TYLER THOMPSON
2) 77 - OWEN BOUCHER
3) 4 - OWEN ROGERS
4) 26 - LUKE PETERS
5) 14 - JILLIAN BAUMGARDNER
BANK OF NEW HAMPSHIRE DWARF CARS
1) 27 - BOBBY BROWN
2) 41 - JEFF AINSWORTH
3) 52 - CHAD DUFOUR
4) 21 - JEREMY LABRECQUE
5) 09 - MATT CURRIER
DNS - 60 - TOM SMITHERS
 
CJ’S PENALTY BOX SERVING UP
ICE COLD BEVERAGES
AT NAPA BLUE & GOLD WEEKEND
A new element has been added to the NAPA Blue & Gold Weekend scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, September 15th and 16th at White Mountain Motorsports Park powered by the Autosaver Group in North Woodstock, New Hampshire. For the first time ever, WMMP will be hosting their first ever adult beverage area.

CJ's Penalty Box of Lincoln, New Hampshire will be serving up your favorite ice cold beer and assorted beverages throughout the events on both days. As you enter White Mountain Motorsports Park, CJ's Penalty Box will be found all the way down towards turn number one in a special reserved area.

"We wanted to have something special for our 25th Anniversary Party for our fans, and now all adults 21 and over with an ID will be able to enjoy their favorite adult beverages trackside, stated Track Manager, David Avery. We have had this requested by fans for quite some time, and we decided that this would be a great weekend to give it a try, and hopefully it will be very successful, and maybe it will lead to something bigger and better in the future."
ROGER THOMPSON WINS
NAPA BLUE & GOLD 250
WEEKEND GETAWAY PACKAGE
Plymouth, New Hampshire's Roger Thompson has won the giant NAPA Blue & Gold 250 Weekend getaway package for two for Saturday and Sunday's big weekend event, wrapping up this seasons 25th Anniversary Celebration at White Mountain Motorsports Park powered by the Autosaver Group.

Thompsons name was pulled out of the participating NAPA stores special registration buckets that sat on store counters for the last two weeks. Participating stores included Littleton, Whitefield, Plymouth, Lebanon, North Woodstock, Laconia and Meredith, New Hampshire. Thompson's winning entry was pulled from KLSC Auto Parts in Plymouth.

The winner receives a one night's stay at the Days Inn Windham in Lincoln, New Hampshire, two, two-day event tickets, two WMMP t-shirts, and a $50 weekend food voucher for track concessions. Total value of the package is close to $300.
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DAYS INN BY WYNDHAM, LINCOLN
NAMED OFFICIAL HOTEL OF
NAPA BLUE & GOLD WEEKEND
SEPTEMBER 15th and 16th
White Mountain Motorsports Park powered by the Autosaver Group located in North Woodstock , New Hampshire is pleased to announce a brand new affiliation with the Days Inn Wyndham in Lincoln, New Hampshire. The Days Inn is now the Official Hotel of the NAPA Blue & Gold weekend on Saturday and Sunday, September 15th and 16th, 2018.

The Days Inn, Wyndham, is located at 557 U.S. Route 3 in Lincoln, New Hampshire. This beautiful destination resort has all the comforts and amenities that one would ever want. The Days is offering special racing rates for the giant WMMP weekend. All you have to do is call the Days Inn Wyndham Lincoln at 603-745-8118 and ask for the special weekend White Mountain Motorsports Park Package and save. This is even more of a bargain because it will be fall foliage season.

Track manager David Avery stated that "We are very proud to have the Days Inn Wyndham Lincoln join our dedicated family of sponsors. They are offering great rates to our race fans looking for lodging for our giant NAPA Blue & Gold weekend. We appreciate their support and hope that many of our fans will take advantage of their generosity!"

The NAPA Blue & Gold weekend is the biggest event in the history of White Mountain Motorsports Park which is celebrating its 25th Anniversary season, and has scheduled two days, September 15 & 16th for their giant season ending show. The two day show will start off on Saturday night with the Pro Allstars Series (PASS) racing for 150 laps in their main event. Also on the card will be Dwarf Cars, and the first 75 lap segment for Tigers. Sunday will feature Legend Cars, Strictly Mini's, the second 75 lap segment for Tigers, plus the $10,000 to win, NAPA Blue & Gold Late Model 250, and Monster Trucks will wrap up the weekend. Starting times will be announced in the near future, as well as advanced ticket sales. There will be special two day ticket prices, as well as one day tickets available.

Make plans now to stay at the Days Inn Wyndham in Lincoln, New Hampshire for the giant NAPA Blue and Gold 250 Weekend at White Mountain Motorsports Park powered by the Autosaver Group, Route 3 in North Woodstock, New Hampshire. Keep following this event and the entire season on the track website at whitemtnmotorsports.com. You can also call the Track at 603-745-6727.
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PURSE EXPLODES FOR
NAPA BLUE & GOLD LATE MODEL 250
AT WHITE MTN MOTORSPORTS PARK
25th ANNIVERSARY EVENT
It started out as one of the biggest Late Model events in the Northeast, now, double the previously announced purse and the 25th Anniversary event at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, New Hampshire, The NAPA Blue & Gold 250 for Late Models is paying a whopping $10,000 to win the September 16th extravaganza. The original purse paid $5,000 to win and now it has escalated to $10,000. The full purse is listed below:

PURSE DISTRIBUTION:
1ST $10,000, 2ND $5,000, 3RD $4,000, 4TH $3,000, 5TH $2,500, 6TH $2,000, 7TH $1,800, 8TH $1,600, 9TH $1,400, 10TH $1,200, 11TH $1,150, 12TH $1,100, 13TH - 27th $1,000

Promoter David Avery states "He and his parents wanted to do something extra special for their 25 anniversary. We sat down and mapped out a weekend chuck full of racing and activities, put a price tag to it, and said this is doable. We were very fortunate to acquire sponsorship from several NAPA stores, and the dream is coming true. With NAPA's support, we have raised the purse to $10,000 to win, and $1,000 to take the green flag. We feel every Late Model from New England and beyond will want to be a part of this giant event. We want to thank the NAPA stores from Littleton, Laconia, Whitefield, Lebanon, Plymouth, North Woodstock and Meredith, New Hampshire. Without their support this would not be possible."
Not only is it a dream for racers, but this will be a bucket list event for race fans as well. The weekend starts out Saturday night, September 15th with a 150 lap main event for the PASS Super Late Models, plus Segment #1, 75 laps for the Tigers. The Kids Trucks and Dwarf Cars will also be in action, as well as practice for the Late Models. With all this activity, you have an awesome night of quality family entertainment. Post time is 6pm.
The granddaddy of them all, the $10,000 to win, NAPA Blue & Gold 250 for Late Models will highlight the weekend on Sunday beginning at 12 noon. Joining the Late Models will be Segment #2 for the Tigers, Mini Stocks, Legends and a giant Monster Truck performance. Mark this one on your calendar! BE THERE!!!

Keep checking out our website as new information on the NAPA Blue and Gold weekend, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday September 15th and 16th will be posted on a regular basis. Visit us at www.whitemtnmotorsports.com, or call the Track hotline at 603-745-6727. White Mountain Motorsports Park powered by the Autosaver Group is located just three miles south on North Woodstock on Route 3. The NAPA Blue & Gold Weekend.....tell your friends!
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NEW PIT ENTRY AGE LIMITS POSTED FOR WMMP POWERED BY THE AUTOSAVER GROUP
The management team at White Mountain Motorsports Park powered by the Autosaver Group has made a change in policy for admitting youngsters in the pit area for 2018.

Beginning at the practice event scheduled for Saturday, May 5th, youngsters of any age will be allowed to enter the pit area for that days’ event. All necessary release forms must be filled out and turned in to track pit booth personnel that day. There are no special rates for these youngsters as they must pay current day pit prices. Every youth must pay the fee including infants, no exceptions. The reason for this is for insurance purposes.

SPECIAL RULES ARE IN EFFECT FOR THIS NEW PROGRAM

1. All minors must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
2. If found running around unsupervised, the individual(s) privilege will be revoked for the season.
3. If an individual loses the privilege to be in the pits, there are absolutely no refunds.

White Mountain Motorsports Park management reserves the right to cancel this program at any time.
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BANK OF NEW HAMPSHIRE TO SPONSOR DWARF CARS AT
WMMP POWERED BY
THE AUTOSAVER GROUP
White Mountain Motorsports Park, powered by the Autosaver Group management is pleased to announce that the Bank of New Hampshire will become the new Dwarf Car division sponsor at the Track for 2018.

David Avery stated, "We are very pleased and excited about the Bank of New Hampshire coming onboard to sponsor the Dwarf Cars. They are a great supporter of the track and we are very happy that they have expanded their support and have become the Dwarf Car sponsors. We welcome them to our expanding list of quality sponsors here at the Speedway."

New Hampshire Bank's Anthony Ilacqua is pleased as well. "White Mountain Motorsports Park is a major attraction in the area, and we wanted to expand our sponsorship to more than just a billboard. This is a positive step forward for us, and we can't wait until the racing season gets started."

White Mountain Motorsports Park kicks open their door on Saturday, May 12th at 6pm. WMMP is located on Route 3 in North Woodstock, New Hampshire. For more information visit the track website at www.whitemtnmotorsports.com, or call the track at 603-745-6727.
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NAPA TO SPONSOR HISTORY MAKING
 25th ANNIVERSARY EVENT at

WMMP powered by the AUTOSAVER GROUP

The Avery family is pleased to announce that their 25th anniversary season is going to feature the biggest weekend of racing in the history of the track. White Mountain Motorsports Park located on Route 3 in North Woodstock, New Hampshire is lining up several new sponsors for 2018 including the Autosaver Group as the naming sponsor, and now have added to their already impressive lineup of sponsors, NAPA Auto Parts as the headline sponsor for the NAPA Blue & Gold Weekend scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, September 15th and 16th.

"This is going to be an incredible weekend at WMMP, stated General Manager, David Avery. We wanted to have a giant celebration for our 25th anniversary, and I am proud to announce that this is bigger than I even imagined. Now with NAPA on board, we are looking for a season long promotion of the NAPA Blue and Gold Weekend."

The two day show will start off on Saturday night with Dwarf Cars, the first 75 lap segment for Tigers, as well as the Pro Allstars Series Super Late Model 150. The night will be capped off with a giant Monster Truck show. Sunday will feature Legend Cars, Strictly Mini's, the second 75 lap segment for Tigers, plus the NAPA Blue & Gold Late Model 250, and Monster Trucks will wrap up the weekend. Starting times will be announced in the near future, as well as advanced ticket sales. There will be special two day ticket prices, as well as one day tickets available.

Make plans now for the giant NAPA Blue and Gold 250 Weekend at White Mountain Motorsports Park powered by the Autosaver Group, Route 3 in North Woodstock, New Hampshire.

Keep following this event and the entire season on the track website at whitemtnmotorsports.com. You can also call the WMMP Track Hotline at 603-745-6727.
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WHITE MOUNTAIN MOTORSPORTS PARK &
THE AUTOSAVER GROUP
TEAM UP FOR 2018
The Avery family of White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, New Hampshire is proud to announce that the Autosaver Group is now a major sponsor at the Track for 2018. WMMP will now be known as White Mountain Motorsports Park powered by the Autosaver Group.

The announcement came last week as the Marketing Manager for WMMP, Dick Therrien brokered the deal between White Mountain and Ronney Lyster and Abel Toll of the Autosaver Group. All the final details are being worked out as we speak, as the Autosaver Group becomes a major player at White Mountain Motorsports Park.

David Avery is very excited to have the Autosaver Group on board for 2018 saying, "We hope to build a great relationship with them and have this fine organization with us for a long time. We are very proud to have them join our growing team of sponsors."

White Mountain Motorsports Park is wrapping up putting their 2018 schedule together. Visit their website at www.whitemtnmotorsports.com as they continually add items on a regular basis. To inquire about marketing sponsorships contact Dick Therrien at dprdick@gmail.com, or call him at 802-274-8823.

White Mountain Motorsports Park is located on Route 3, south of North Woodstock, New Hampshire. They can also be reached on the Track hotline at 603-745-6727 or with any technical questions you can contact David Avery at 603-348-7739.
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2018 WMMP CAMPGROUND
CAMPGROUND WILL OPEN ON MAY 4TH.
(NO RVs/Campers prior to that date)

2018 WMMP CAMPGROUND REGULATIONS PDF

2018 WMMP CAMPGROUND REGISTRATION PDF
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Cooler Restrictions: 14" or smaller. No Alcohol. No Glass Containers.
 

REV 7-19-17