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WMMP AWARDS BANQUET
October 28th, 2017
2017 Banquet Info
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THE 2017 AWARDS BANQUET WILL BE HELD ON OCTOBER 28, 2017 AT THE DAYS INN OF LINCOLN, FORMALLY KNOWN AS THE BEACON RESORT.

COCKTAIL HOUR WILL START @ 4 PM, DINNER WILL BE SERVED @ 5:30 PM, WITH AWARDS AND MUSIC TO FOLLOW.

YOU MUST RESERVE TICKETS IN ADVANCE WITH A CUT OFF DATE OF OCTOBER 14, 2017!

TO RESERVE TICKETS, PLEASE SEND A CHECK TO:

WMMP PO BOX 575 NORTH WOODSTOCK, NH 03262

MAKE SURE TO INCLUDE THE NUMBER OF TICKETS NEEDED AND INCLUDE CASH OR CHECK.
PRICE PER TICKET IS $50.00.

A CASUAL DRESS CODE IS IN PLACE, HOWEVER, ABSOLUTELY NO JEANS OR T-SHIRTS.

THE DAYS INN OF LINCOLN HAS A SPECIAL ROOM RATE FOR ALL OF THE PEOPLE THAT WILL BE ATTENDING THE BANQUET. PLEASE RESERVE YOUR ROOM BY CALLING THE DAYS INN OF LINCOLN 603-745-8118.

ALSO, COUPONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT TO EVERYONE IN ATTENDANCE FOR 10% OFF BREAKFAST AT BRITTANY'S CAFE IN LINCOLN FOR THE FOLLOWING DAY, THEY ARE THE ONES WHO WILL BE CATERING THE AWARDS BANQUET.

REMEMBER CASH BAR ONLY!

AS ALWAYS, IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT DONALD AT 603-348-7738 OR DAVID AT 603-348-7739.

THANK YOU,
DONALD, TERI, DAVID AND MANDI AVERY
September 23rd
ROWE - GRIFFITH - BENJAMIN
White Mountain Motorsports Park
Score is Second PASS Super

Late Model Win This Season for
Derek Griffith
North Woodstock, NH -- Derek Griffith of Hudson, New Hampshire raced to his second Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model victory of the season Saturday night in the 150-lap event topping the racing car at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, New Hampshire.

To earn this trip to the winners' circle Griffith needed to take command of the race from Ben Rowe, the reigning PASS Super Late Model National Champion who is no stranger to victory lane at the high-banked, quarter-mile oval.

Griffith's LCM Motorsports #12 was chased under the checkered flag by Travis Benjamin of Morrill, Maine. Benjamin vaulted into the PASS North Super Late Model championship points lead with his runner-up finish aboard the Petit Motorsports #7.

Rowe ended up third in the Richard Moody #4, with his teammate, Trevor Sanborn of East Parsonsfield, Maine, close behind in th #44. Six-time PASS North Super Late Model champion Johnny Clark #54 of Farmingdale, Maine swapped the race lead with Rowe during the event's early laps before posting a fifth-place finish.

Bruce Helmuth of Wales, Maine claimed a career-first PASS Modified victory in a wild 40-lap race for the open-wheel class with an unusual amount of carnage and destruction evident.

Helmuth, who has a mantle full of second and third-place PASS Mod trophies and is only a couple of points out of second-place in the Mod standings this year, inherited the race lead when Conway, New Hampshire's Gary Shackford was deemed by officials to be forced from the position by Bruce Carignan of Lebanon, Maine.

Carignan and Shackford went to the back of the restart lineup, then Helmuth outgunned Conway's Mark Lunblad, Jr., racing to victory ahead of Lundblad and points leader Ben Tinker of New Gloucester, suffering through his worst performance of the season while posting his 12th top-three finish in 12 races.

Steven Jones of Saco, Maine led the 40-lappers opening stages before settling for a fourth-place finish with Shackford bouncing back from his bouncing from the lead with a fifth-place finish.

David Whittier of West Poland, Maine prevailed in a thriller, waiting until the final turn on the final lap to pull off his winning move in a 50-lap open race for Street Stocks. Whittier, a successful Oxford Plains Speedway regular, won a 75-lap race for his first-ever score at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway on the previous weekend.

At White Mountain Motorsports Park, sixth-place starter Whittier raced most of the distance behind the new track champion at his home oval, polesitter Billy Childs, Jr. of Leeds, Maine. Testing every groove and angle for a couple of laps before his last-lap charge, Whittier edged Childs by mere inches under the checkered flag. Runner-up Childs led 49.9 laps, unofficially.

Tyler King of Livermore, Maine started 13th in the 50-lapper and steady progress throughout the race netted a third-place finish in a relatively trouble-free Street Stock performance. 'Mad' Max Dolliver of Londonderry, New Hampshire was fourth across the finish line, followed by Buxton, Maine's Nathan Leavitt.

Austin Teras of Windham, Maine kept his National Championship hopes alive in the Legends Cars class, holding off a determined Casey Call of Pembroke, New Hampshire in a hotly-contested, 25-lap race. Teras is still in contention for the Young Lions nationwide title.

Kevin Girard of Saco, Maine was third and tops among those old enough to be licensed to drive motor vehicles on public roads. Noah Korner from Bloomfield, Connecticut and Ryan Doucette from Framingham, Massachusetts rounded out the top five in Legends Cars competition.

Jamie Heath of Waterford, Maine nailed down his second straight victory in the three-race Bandits Triple Crown Series, holding off a hard-charging Adam Sanborn of West Paris, Maine in a 25-lap race for the stock four-cylinder-powered racing class. For Heath, the 2016 Bandits division champion at Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway, it was his tenth feature race win of the year.

Tyler Green of Turner, Maine joined Heath and Sanborn on the podium after winning a race-long battle versus Kyle Hewins of Leeds, Maine. Auburn's Scott Jordan won his heat race and battled with Heath for the early lead before eventually finishing in fifth position. Heath also won a heat race in earlier Bandits action.

Unofficial results from the Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model and Mod races at White Mountain Motorsports Park; North Woodstock, New Hampshire; Sunday, September 23, 2017 showing finishing position, car number, driver's name, driver's hometown:


Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model (150 laps) 1 12 Derek Griffith, Hudson, NH; 2 7 Travis Benjamin, Morrill, ME; 3 4 Ben Rowe, Turner, ME; 4 44 Trevor Sanborn, East Parsonsfield, ME; 5 54 Johnny Clark, Farmingdale, ME; 6 09 Jeremy Davis, Tamworth, NH; 7 1 Scott Dragon, Milton, VT; 8 23 Dave Farrington, Jr., Jay, ME; 9 90 Craig Weinstein, Walpole, MA; 10 94 Garrett Hall, Scarborough, ME; 11 63 John Salemi, Nashua, NH; 12 47 Gabe Brown, Center Conway, NH; 13 7 Glen Luce, Turner, ME; 14 01 Sammy Gooden, Jr., Whitefield, NH; 15 16 Travis Stearns, Auburn, ME; 16 2 Dany Poulin, Valle-Jonction, QC; 17 77 Nick Reno, West Bath, ME; 18 60 DJ Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 19 41 Tracy Gordon, Strong, ME; 20 88 Brandon Barker, Windham, ME; 21 27 Wayne Helliwell, Jr., Dover, NH; 22 35 Derek Ramstrom, West Boylston, MA; 23 0 Scott Luce, Strong, ME; 24 2 Nick Cusack, Scarborough, ME.


PASS Mods (40 laps) 1 25 Bruce Helmuth, Wales, ME; 2 28 Mark Lundblad, Jr., Conway, NH; 3 19 Ben Tinker, New Gloucester, ME; 4 33 Steven Jones, Saco, ME; 5 60 Gary Shackford, Center Conway, NH; 6 17 Scott Alexander, Glenburn, ME; 7 2 Randy Sanborn, West Baldwin, ME; 8 64 Matty Sanborn, Windham, ME; 9 21 Mike Carignan, Lebanon, ME; 10 29 Tasha Dyer, Tamworth, NH; 11 12 Steve Dickey, Jr., Milford, NH; DNS 16 Patrick Sullivan, Poland, ME.


Street Stock (50 laps) 1 58 David Whittier, West Poland, ME; 2 1 Billy Childs, Jr., Leeds, ME; 3 11 Tyler King, Livermore, ME; 4 29 Max Dolliver, Londonderry, NH; 5 36 Nathan Leavitt, Buxton, ME; 6 23 Robbie Bodwell, Sanford, ME; 7 61 Matt Dufault, Turner, ME; 8 77 Bryce Mains, Bridgton, ME; 9 36 Rick Spaulding, Lisbon, ME; 10 45 Cole Watson, Naples, ME; 11 79 Patrick Tanguay, Lebanon, ME; 12 4 Travis Cass, Charlestown, NH; 13 47 Brian Caswell, Buxton, ME; 14 81 Lewis Anderson, Buxton, ME; 15 79 Travis Lovejoy, Waterboro, ME.


Legends Cars (25 laps) 1 29 Austin Teras, Windham, ME; 2 90 Casey Call, Pembroke, NH; 3 19 Kevin Girard, Saco, ME; 4 31 Noah Korner, Bloomfield, CT; 5 77 Ryan Doucette, Framingham, MA; 6 31 Trenton Goodrow, Carver, MA; 7 399 Bobby Weymouth, Topsham, ME; 8 28 Kevin Oliver, Gray, ME; 9 27 Roger Edgecomb, Hiram, ME; 10 92 Colby Meserve, Buxton, ME; 11 52 Colby Benjamin, Belmont, ME; 12 0 Annette Humphrey, Parsonsfield, ME; 13 21 Mike Humphrey, Cornish, ME; 14 4 Peter Cook, Poland, ME; 15 4 Thomas Everson, Gilmanton, NH; 16 46 Adam Avedisian, Rumford, RI.


Bandits (25 laps) 1 91 Jamie Heath, Waterford, ME; 2 51 Adam Sanborn, West Paris, ME; 3 26 Tyler Green, Turner, ME; 4 52 Kyle Hewins, Leeds, ME; 5 36 Scott Jordan, Auburn, ME; 6 77 Rob Crepeau, Minot, ME; 7 56 Addie McDaniel, Bridgton, ME; 8 08 Mike McKinney, Berlin, NH; 9 71 Chris Foster, Lisbon, ME; 10 53 Chad Wills, Oxford, ME; 11 05 Gerard Cote, Oxford, ME; 12 55 Dean Jordan, Jay, ME; 13 3 Charlie 'Chachy' Hall, Oxford, ME.
September 16th - RESULTS
Championship Night! 
Congrats Champions...



Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Minis

1. 10 Christian Laflamme
2. 91 Keri Sicard
3. 31 Brett Jackson



Twisted Tea Dwarf Cars

1. 27 Robert Brown
2. 60 Tom Smithers
3. 29 Mark Wiggett



Wells River Chevrolet Tigers

1. 9 Matthew Morrill
2. 2 Michael Clark
3. 4 Shane Sicard



Foley Oil & Propane Late Models
1. 78 Quinny Welch
2. 10 Jesse Switser
3. 83 Stacy Cahoon
WELCH, MORRILL, BROWN,
and LAFLAMME SCORE
WMMP CHAMPIONSHIPS

Saturday 9/16 was the last race of the 2017 race season. WMMP crowned four Champions. All four Division Champions needed the checkered to secure their spot.

The first feature events of the night was the Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Trucks. The Rookie Class took the field first for their 10 lap feature and after a wild heat race these kids settled down and had a good race. The #07 of Branden Taggett took the win over the #55 of Keegan Lamson and the #18 of Madison Heitz took 3rd.

The Advanced Class came out with only three trucks after their wild heat race where the #02 of Zac Baumgardner and the #55 of Laci Potter got together, and we saw the #02 flip multiple times after hitting the back straight wall. The three trucks put on a good show and after the checkered flag flew the 88x of Nathaniel Parkin took the win over the #51 of Tyler Thompson and the #26 of Cassidy Wentworth.

Next up was the Woodsville Guranty Savings Bank Strictly Minis. The point race was tight between Keri Sicard and Christian Laflamme and when the green flag flew there was just three points between the two. Sicard had the advantage and the Laflamme in the #10 knew what he had to do - and that was win. That's exactly what he did but not without a fight from the #31 of Brett Jackson giving him a run for his money as they raced side by side for multiple laps. Keri Sicard #91 was sitting in 3rd just waitng for one of those two to make a mistake but that didn't happen with the #10 of Christian Laflamme taking both the win and the 2017 Championship. 2nd place went to the #31 of Jackson and 3rd went to 2nd place point finisher the #91 of Keri Sicard. The #88 of Nate Walton became the 2017 WMMP Mini Stock Rookie of the Year.

Twisted Tea Dwarf Cars took to the track for the second feature of the night, and these fast little cars had one of their best races of the year. Bobby Brown went into the feature with a comfortable point lead and he was able to seal the championship when he took home 2nd place for the night. The #60 of Tommy Smithers took home his 3rd win of the season and got 2nd in the points. 3rd went to Jim Wentworth in the #26 and the 2017 WMMP Rookie of the Year went to the #09 of Alfred O'Haire.

Wells River Chevrolet TigerS took the track for their final feature of the year. Matt Morrill of the #9 went into the night four points behind the #2 of Mike Clark. After the heat race the Morrill took the lead with 1 point to the good headed into the feature. When the green flag dropped, birthday boy Todd Colpitts in the #88 and the #31 of Dustin Jackson ran side by side for 15 laps. Meanwhile the point battle was heating up. The #2 of Mike Clark got by the #9 of Matt Morill and that meant the #2 was 1 point ahead. After a quick caution flag the #2 & the #9 were side by side with 10 laps remaining. The #9 got the jump and took the point lead and never let go, taking his second WMMP Tigers Championship in a row. The #88 of Todd Colpitts earned a birthday gift he will never forget by taking home the frist win of his Tiger career. 2nd went to the 2017 Tiger Champ Matt Morrill and 3rd went to the #4 of Shane Sicard. Dustin Jackson in the #31 was awarded the 2017 WMMP Tiger Rookie of the Year after moving up from our four cylinder class.

The final feature of the night was the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models. Going into the night the point battle was between the #78 of Quinny Welch and the #10 of Jesse Switser. The #78 had an 18 point lead at the start of the night. After the heat race and semi feature the #10 of Switser had it down to 15 to start the final feature. When the green flag dropped for their 50 lap main event it was the #32 of Jeff Marshall that lead the majority of the laps until the 2nd place point man, the #10 of Switser, was able to wheel him in and take the lead after some hard side by side racing. The #10 did what he had to do to try to win the championship by scoring the win, but the #78 was able to get up to 2nd place and take home his 6th WMMP Championship. 3rd place went to 2017 WMMP Rookie of the Year, hot shoe Stephen Donahue #2.

The final event of the 2017 season will take place this Saturday night 9/23 with the PASS 150 starting at 6 PM. This will be the end of the 24th season at WMMP.

9/16/17 FINISHES

Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Trucks

Rookie Division
1. 7 Branden Taggett
2. 55 Keegan Lamson
3. 18 Madison Heitz
4. 24 Seven Fitzgerald
5. 14 Jillian Baumgardner


Advanced Division
1. 88x Nathaniel Parkin
2. 51 Tyler Thompson
3. 26 Cassidy Wentworth


Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Minis

1. 10 Christian Laflamme
2. 31 Brett Jackson
3. 91 Keri Sicard
4. 88 Nate Walton
5. 16 Adam Sicard
6. 0 Jason Rogers
7. 00 Brandon Gray
8. 17 Scott Senecal
9. 87 Don M. Judd Jr.
10. 41vt Rusty Drew
11. 25 Charles Kimball
12. 19 Dave Driscoll


Twisted Tea Dwarf Cars

1. 60 Tom Smithers
2. 27 Robert Brown
3. 26 Jim Wentworth
4. 29 Mark Wiggett
5. 88 Jason Wyman
6. 00 Cody Wyman
7. 01 Norman Forest
8. 09 Alfred O'Haire
9. 02 Kevin Wyman
10. 52 Chad Dufour
11. 99 Toby Merchant
12. 66 Tim Churchill


Wells River Chevrolet Tigers

1. 88 Todd Colpitts
2. 9 Matthew Morrill
3. 4 Shane Sicard
4. 84 Justin Eldridge
5. 23 Mike Potter
6. 2 Michael Clark
7. 82 Colby Bourgeois
8. 37 Kaleb Rogers
9. 49 Peyton Lanphear
10. 31 Dustin Jackson
11. 71 Evan Amour
12. 99 Steven Heitz


Foley Oil & Propane Late Models

1. 10 Jesse Switser
2. 78 Quinny Welch
3. 2 Stephen Donahue
4. 32 Jeff Marshall
5. 55 Russell Clark
6. 31vt Chris Roberts
7. 11 Claude Leclerc
8. 3 Bernie Lantagne
9. 22 Scott Corey
10. 49 Matt Anderson
11. 83 Stacy Cahoon
12. 88 Jeremy Welch
13. 20 Richie Brown
14. 06 Allison Menard
15. 57 David Labrecque
16. 2x Reilly Lanphear
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Previous Race Results & Photos HERE
TECH NOTE:
LMS Fuel Line Check Valves
ACT is not recommending fuel line check valves because of reoccurring problems. Therefore, WMMP will also not be recommending them.
WMMP TECH MEMO

TO: LATE MODELS AND TIGERS

SUBJECT: FUEL LINE SAFTEY CHECK VALVE

IT WILL BE MANDATORY FOR ALL WMMP LATE MODELS TO RUN A SAFTEY CHECK VALVE - PART # OBERG SV-0828.  PLEASE MOUNT AS CLOSE TO FUEL CELL AS POSSIBLE.

WMMP TIGER CARS ARE HIGHLY RECOMENDED TO RUN THEM. NOT MANDATORY.

TO: TIGERS

ALL TIGER SPOILERS CAN BE NO MORE THAN 3'' TALL AND 60'' WIDE.  MUST BE CENTERED ON TAIL.

2017 WMMP TRIPLE 150s
2017 is looking to be a big year at WMMP for our Late Model teams. There will be three 150 laps races throughout the summer with a $3,000 Bonus up for grabs.

WMMP will host a stand alone 150 lap race on July 1st for Race #1.
Races #2 and #3 will be ACT 150 lap events on June 17th and August 19th.

The top 10 finishing cars from Races #1 and #2 will be eligible to win the $3,000 bonus if they can win Race #3. (You must race all three races to be eligible for the bonus money.)

An additional $2,000 Bonus goes to the driver that can win ALL THREE races.

All three events will also be WMMP point races for regular Saturday cars with points awarded as for a Saturday night feature. Regular Saturday night cars are those cars that have not missed more than one race prior to the event. Any regular Saturday car attempting to quality and failing will received last place points for the feature race.

2017 WMMP LATE MODEL TIRE RULES PDF
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2017 WMMP CAMPGROUND
CAMPGROUND WILL OPEN ON MAY 5TH.
(NO RVs/Campers prior to that date)

2017 WMMP CAMPGROUND REGULATIONS PDF

2017 WMMP CAMPGROUND REGISTRATION PDF
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CHANGES FOR THE 2017 SEASON
1. NEW FLAGMAN:  WMMP is pleased to announce that David Baron Sr. will be taking over the flagman duites for the 2017 season and beyond. David has raced at WMMP for years. He's a person that never gives up and is willing to help everyone.

He has always had the desire to be the flagman and has his own flag set that were given to him by his father. David's dad flagged for many years at the Southern New Hampshire tracks and worked closely with the late Charlie Ellion to had much to do with many of the NH tracks.

We would like to thank Rob for his help flagging this past season and half of the previous one. He stipped up in the middle of the 2015 season when we desperately need a flagman. Knowing that it isn't the easiest job, Rob truely made the best of it every week.

Thanks again Rob!

2. KIDS TRUCKS: The good news is that there seems to be considerable interest in this youth division for both boys and girls to drive trucks. We will have two groups for these young racers.
As you know, the more you race, the better you get!

The first group will be for the younger drivers and for those that have never raced before. These drivers may not remain in this group for the entire season. As a driver develops and gets used to racing, we may allow the driver to move up to the next level. If the driver is not comfortable there, they may move back down. It is important for these young drivers to get the time they need to learn.

Danny Walker has agreed to find time to help these drivers and will personally supervise them. Danny will be on his radio when the trucks are on track. Please listen to him. He knows a lot about racing!

The second group will be those drivers that have raced before - some for one year and some for two years. This group will listen to the radio of Rich (know as Fluffy) during the races. He too knows quite a bit about racing.

Please remember that this is a learning division. The drivers are developing their skills. There is a lot to learn both on and off the race track. Learning how to race without using up expensive equipment is important. Keeping a positive attitude, meeting new friends, and having fun while learning is what this division is about. Don't forget that!

Now comes the hard part. WMMP only has 8 scanners. This year drivers will be responsible for supplying and maintaining their own scanners. A WMMP unit will be available for use if a scanner fails. Note that only scanners will be allowed - no two-way radios or cell phones. The channel will be #159.585.

The last thing for this devision is this: Please know that this is a learning division, not only for the drivers, but also for their families and friends. The trucks must follow the rules. Stock means stock. It's like basketball - everyone plays with the same size ball. We will stress that if you do want to spend money, spend it on safety - the driver's seat, the restraint system, cage padding, the helmet, and the race suit. Having the peace of mind knowing that your son or daughter has the best sefety equipment that you can offer can go a long way.

3. 2017 RACE PROCEDURES: As you all know, racing has changed a lot in the past ten years - some for the better and some maybe not so good. Our intent in making these changes is to help racing in general. The fans and drivers that understand this know what we are trying to accomplish. These changes pertain to all the divions with a few hitting just the late models.

All linueups will be done by your handicap numbers - meaning your points total divided by the number of races you ran. For example 120 divided by 3 races = 40.0 for your handicap.

Qualifying races will be divided equally by the numbers of cars we have. Lower handicap cars will be in one qualifier. Higher handicap cars will be in the other, plus the last week's feature winner.

Multi-time feature winners (more than one win) will start their feature no better than a certain position based up the car count. For example: the previous week's winner will start in the rear of the field but in front of any car with multi feature wins. Late models will do away with qualifying procedures that were used in the last 10 years.

4. HANDICAPPING SYSTEM FOR 2017: After the first event, everyone will have a handicap #. New cars after the first event will start at the rear of all races for one week. Whenever you return to race again, you will have a handicap # and that is where you will start if their weren't incidents the week that you raced.

THANK YOU ALL

THE AVERY FAMILY & THE WMMP STAFF
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TIRE ANNOUNCEMENT
8" Late Models and Tigers/Strictly Stocks practice tires will be available for $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.
2014 PHO
Cooler Restrictions: 14" or smaller. No Alcohol. No Glass Containers.
 

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