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PLUS Make-Up Feature for the Dwarf Cars (from June 29th)
Admission is $12 for adults, $3 for kids ages 6-12,
and $25 for a family of four (2 adults and 2 kids).
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2019 WMMP ENDURO 200


UPDATED 7/1/19
UPDATED 6/17/19


NOTE: Drivers have until Feb. 1st to renew the car #s used for the 2018 season. After Feb. 1 the number becomes a first come - first serve number.
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Nocella Holds Off Thundering Herd
for Bullring Bash Win at WMMP
N. Woodstock, NH - Woburn, MA's Anothy Nocella fended off a snarling pack of the top Tour-type Modified racers in the Northeast to win the Bullring Bash Thunder in the Mountains 100 at N. Woodstock's White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, August 10. Nocella took the lead for the final time from Grantham's Mike Willis on lap 69 and was never headed from there, capturing the inaugural event for the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge presented by RaceChoice.com.

Nocella earned the pole in qualifying and set the early pace after a pair of opening-lap yellows. However, the tone for the event was set early, as Woody Pitkat, Willis, Richard Savary, and Kirk Alexander were breathing down Nocella's neck right from the start. Going into turn three on lap 17, Stafford, CT's Pitkat dove inside Nocella, flying into the lead as Nocella got freight-trained back to fourth on the outside.

The third caution on lap 44 for Russ Hersey's spin gave Willis his chance at the point. Pitkat chose the inside for the initial restart attempt, then opted for the outside on the next two tries to get the race going again. When the green flag finally flew, Willis made the inside work and the current Modified Racing Series (MRS) point leader drove into the lead. Nocella followed Willis through to second after Savary had given up the third spot to pit under yellow.

The hard-charging nature of the race picked up right where it left off with Tonawanda, NY's Andy Jankowiak soon joining the front five to make it a six-car battle for the top spot. At the front, Nocella spent nearly 20 laps working Willis over, taking multiple looks to the inside off turn four. As the field completed the 68th lap, Nocella finally made the turn-four dive stick, and the former MRS Champion completed the pass for the top spot on the following circuit.

Just one lap later, Savary and Jankowiak tangled in turns three and four to bring out the fourth and final caution. Pitkat again had troubles on the restart, apparently missing a shift and falling to the back of the pack. The top-five duked it out to the finish from there, with Nocella, Willis, Savary, Alexander, and Jankowiak just inches apart.

Nocella drifted up the racetrack a little bit on multiple occasions with Willis ready to pounce at any opportunity. But the hole never fully opened and Nocella took the checkered flag to earn the $3,500 top prize.

Willis finished second while Jankowiak made a pair of late moves to complete the podium. Savary and Alexander completed the top-five. Pitkat, Chris Bolton, Geoff Rollins, George Sherman, and Hersey rounded out the top-10.

Pelham's Casey Call earned a thrilling win of his own in the 35-lap main event for the Midstate Site Development Legends. Call also started on the pole and faced multiple challenges en route to the victory. West Newton, MA's Luke LeBrun was hot on Call's tail early as part of a five-car battle that also included Peter Bennett, Brandon Martinez, and Jack Walker. Cromwell, CT's Bennett got underneath LeBrun for second on lap 13, which allowed Call to pull away slightly - but the top runners quickly closed back up again.

The race took a chaotic turn beginning on lap 23 with four cautions over the next five circuits. When the first yellow flag flow for Kevin Oliver's turn-two spin, LeBrun got into the back of Bennett, causing hood damage the forced him to pit. That left Bennett and Martinez to challenge Call on the quartet of restarts. Each time, Call timed his jump perfectly to remain out front. Bennett then spun while making one final diving attempt in turn one with two laps to go, allowing Call to hang on for the win.

Martinez finished second while LeBrun made a remarkable drive through the field over the final 12 laps to take third. His brother Luke LeBrun, Walker, Mason Levesque, Devin Deshaies, Kyle Rogers, Shileigh Martinez, and Oliver finished fourth through 10th.

Groveton's Quinny Welch conquered the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models for his fifth win of the season. The seven-time champion and current point leader started eighth in the 50-lap feature and remained patient as the field battled it out in front of him early.

Moultonborough's Matt Morrill grabbed the lead on lap three, and for more than half the event, he was able to use the outside line to keep the pack at bay. At one point following the event's first caution on lap-20, Morrill led a seven-car pack, with St. Johnsbury, VT's Stacy Cahoon never quite able to make the inside lane stick on Morrill.

Once Morrill finally cleared Cahoon, Welch seized the newfound opening, powering through the pack and getting around Morrill with 20 laps to go. The second and final caution came out five laps later when Lyndonville, VT's Scott Corey went hard into the turn-four tire barriers. Welch walked away from the field after the green flew again to take the victory and move closer to an eighth championship.

Morrill held off a four-car battle down the stretch to finish second. Cahoon came in third followed by Derek Ming and Oren Remick. Stephen Donahue, Evan Hallstrom, Allie Menard, Jon Savage, and Mike Foster also earned top-10 finishes.

Barton, VT's Shane Sicard took his third straight win and seventh of the year in the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers. Sicard spent the first half of the 35-lap feature battling with his brother Jody Sicard of Gilmanton as Jody was able to use the momentum of the high side to maintain the lead. As the field came to the halfway signal, Shane finally cleared Jody, and the defending champion sped off to the victory in the caution-free event.

Jody Sicard came in second with Bradford, VT's Amanda Wheeler grabbed the third spot late in the going. Michael Potter and first-time Tiger driver Ben Belanger completed the top-five.

White Mountain Motorsports Park returns to action this Saturday, August 17 at 6:30pm. All five divisions are in action with the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers going 75 laps in the finale of their Triple Crown Series. The 7-Eleven Dwarf Cars will also run a make-up feature from the June 29 event. Admission for the packed card of racing is just $12 for adults, $3 for kids ages 6-12, and $25 for a family of four (2 adults, 2 kids).

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963 OR media@acttour.com.
Bullring Bash Results
Mark Alan Sumner Photos
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Quinten Welch ( 78NH ) Groveton, NH
2. Matthew Morrill ( 9NH ) Moultonborough, NH
3. Stacy Cahoon ( 83VT ) St. Johnsbury, VT
4. Derrick Ming ( 5NH ) Island Pond, VT
5. Oren Remick ( 21NH ) Monroe, NH
6. Stephen Donahue ( 2VT ) Graniteville, VT
7. Mike Bailey* ( 1ME ) S. Barre, VT
8. Allie Menard ( 06NH ) Dorchester, NH
9. Jon Savage ( 78VT ) Whitfield, NH
10. Mike Foster ( 7VT ) Williston, VT
11. David LaBrecque ( 57NH ) Thornton, NH
12. Scott Corey ( 22NH ) Lyndonville, VT
*SUB DRIVER: Evan Hallstrom, Northfield, VT
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Shane Sicard ( 4NH ) Barton, VT
2. Jody Sicard ( 49NH ) Gilmanton, NH
3. Amanda Wheeler ( 20NH ) Bradford, VT
4. Michael Potter ( 23NH ) Plainfield, VT
5. Ben Belanger ( 99NH ) Whitefield, NH
6. Jason Rogers ( 37ME ) W. Glover, VT
7. Nathaniel Parkin ( 88NH ) Bradford, VT
Bullring Bash Thunder in the Mountains 100
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Anthony Nocella ( 92 ) Woburn, MA
2. Mike Willis ( 83 ) Grantham, NH
3. Andy Jankowiak ( 573X ) Tonawanda, NY
4. Richard Savary ( 99 ) Canton, MA
5. Kirk Alexander ( 76 ) W. Swanzey, NH
6. Woody Pitkat ( 8 ) Stafford, CT
7. Chris Bolton ( 63 ) Weare, NH
8. Geoff Rollins ( 02 ) Groton, MA
9. George Sherman ( 93 ) Framingham, MA
10. Russ Hersey ( 88 ) Swanzey, NH
11. Matt Swanson ( 25 ) Acton, MA
Midstate Site Development Legends
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Casey Call ( 90 ) Pelham, NH
2. Brandon Martinez ( 12 ) N. Kingstown, RI
3. Luke LeBrun ( 27MA ) W. Newton, MA
4. Eric LeBrun ( 17MA ) W. Newton, MA
5. Jack Walker (95J ) Nashua, NH
6. Mason Levesque ( 00 ) Dighton, MA
7. Devin Deshaies ( 54 ) Burrillville, RI
8. Kyle Rogers ( 32 ) Waterbury, CT
9. Shileigh Martinez ( 33 ) N. Kingstown, RI
10. Kevin Oliver ( 28 ) Raymond, ME
11. Peter Bennett ( 50 ) Cromwell, CT
12. Bob Weymouth ( 399 ) Pelham, NH
13. Jessica O’Leary ( 14 ) Warwick, RI
14. Aliyah Neale ( 14MA ) Royalston, MA
15. Frankie Sweeney ( 82 )
16. Zachary Martinez ( 14Z ) Kingstown, RI
17. Patrick Millette ( 38 ) Concord, NH
Saturday, August 3rd

ACT Midsummer 250 - $10,000 to win
Mark Alan Sumner Photos
Helliwell Takes Advantage of Late
Tangle to Win Midsummer 250
Sicard, Sicard, & Brown
Triumphant in Weekly Action
N. Woodstock, NH - Dover, NH's Wayne Helliwell Jr. was in the right place at the right time to score the victory and the $10,000 top prize in the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Midsummer 250 at N. Woodstock, NH's White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) on Saturday, August 3. Helliwell took the lead with four laps remaining after Jimmy Hebert and Scott Payea tangled on a restart, then held off a last-lap bid by Graniteville, VT's Stephen Donahue for the win.

Helliwell's sudden rise to the top spot was just the latest twist in a race that was full of them. The three-time ACT champion had been running in the top-five through the late stages, but Hebert seemed to have the race in hand as the laps wound down - a feat made even more impressive by going the whole way on the same four tires.

But Trent Goodrow spun in turn two to bring out the event's 11th caution on lap 246. The yellow allowed Payea - who had already led 40 laps after starting 23rd - to draw to Hebert's outside. The first two attempts at the restart were waved off, and on the third try, the lead duo got together entering turn two. Payea spun and both drivers were sent to the rear. That put Donahue and Helliwell on the front row for the restart, and when the green flag waved again, Helliwell made the outside groove work to grab his 12th career ACT Late Model Tour win.

Donahue was the dominant driver early, taking the lead from polesitter Scott Dragon on lap four and staying out front for more than 70 laps. A competition caution for a fuel stop on lap 75 closed the field back up, and after the caution came back out three laps later for Jonathan Bouvrette's spin, Groveton, NH's Quinny Welch drove past him to take the top spot. During the caution, ACT point leader Rich Dubeau was one of a handful of drivers to change tires as strategy began to play itself out.

Donahue and Welch swapped the lead twice more after another pair of quick cautions before the field settled into a long green flag run. Welch, the WMMP Late Model point leader, proceed to lead 87 straight laps before Mark Jension hit the turn-two wall on lap 170 to bring out the sixth caution. During that yellow, all lead-lap cars except for Hebert, Dubeau, and Adam Gray came to the pits for tires. At that point, Williamstown's Hebert was the only driver in the field still on the same tires he started with, and he assumed command for the restart.

Hebert led the next nine laps until another yellow flew for Gray's turn-two crash. The outside had been the place to be on restarts all night, and this time, it was Payea's turn to ride the rim, completing his drive to first after needing to qualify through the B-Feature. Payea led the next 40 laps, but on the race's next restart at lap 219 for Jesse Switser's spin, Payea succumbed to the inside curse as Donahue took the lead back.

During this time, Hebert had hung with the leaders even on his old tires. As Donahue and Payea diced for the point, Hebert saw a chance and made a daring three-wide move into turn three with 22 laps to go. Just seconds after Hebert crossed the line in first, Corey Mason spun in turn two to bring out the ninth caution, locking the pass into the record books. Mason was subsequently disqualified from the event for intentionally hitting another car under the caution.

All the while, Helliwell was lurking. The veteran started 15th and spent the first two-thirds of the event hanging around the back half of the top-10. Once the mass tire stop occurred on lap-170, he started creeping closer and closer to the front. Helliwell broke into the top-three for the first time on lap 206 and bounced between the third and fourth spot for the next 40 laps, waiting for an opportunity to strike.

That opportunity finally arrived with four laps to go. Hebert had managed to make the inside work on a lap-236 restart from a debris caution, but Goodrow's spin put Hebert and Payea side-by-side one more time with Donahue and Helliwell right behind. The contact between the leaders opened the door for Helliwell, and while Donahue tried to sneak back through in the final corners, "The Punisher" brought home the win. It was Helliwell's second straight victory at WMMP after taking the New Hampshire Governor's Cup the week before.

Donahue earned an ACT career-best second-place finish. Barre, VT's Jason Corliss was quiet most of the night but also took advantage of the late tangle to come home third. Milton, VT's Scott Dragon took fourth with Plainfield, NH's Dubeau rounded out the top-five. Welch, Ryan Kuhn, Payea, Joel Hodgdon, and Hebert finished sixth through 10th.

Jonathan Bouvrette, Dylan Payea, and Dubeau won the qualifying heats. Helliwell and Christopher Pelkey were victorious in the consolation rounds while Cody LeBlanc captured the last-chance B-Feature.

Barton, VT's Shane Sicard picked up his second straight win and sixth of the year in the Wells River Chevrolet Tigers. Sicard went neck-and-neck with his brother Jody at the front for nearly the entire first half of the 35-lap feature before grabbing the lead on the 16th circuit.

Shane then began to pull away while Jody and Cooper Bouchard went at it for second - a battle that came to an end when Bouchard tagged Sicard coming off turn two with 10 laps remaining. Jody Sicard went for a spin to bring out the caution and both drivers were sent to the rear for the restart. Shane then held off Bradford, VT's Amanda Wheeler and E. Burke, VT's Colin Cornell down the stretch for the victory. Polesitter Nathaniel Parkin took fourth while Matthew Potter finished fifth as a last-minute substitute for his uncle Michael.

Another Sicard found Victory Lane in the Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini's as Barton, VT's Adam Sicard took his fourth win of the season. Sicard came from 11th on the starting grid in the 25-lap feature and worked his way to the front as rookie Jillian Baumgardner and veteran Brett Jackson went at it at the front.

The event's first caution on lap 14 allowed Sicard to close up, and he had negotiated his way to the second spot when the second yellow flew with six laps to go after Les Washburn's machine came to a halt. Jackson then slipped up on the restart, allowing Sicard to drive underneath and motor off to the victory.

Passumpsic, VT's Jamie Ball powered his way to second in the final dash to the finish. The division's two top rookies, E. Burke, VT's Darren Newland and Littleton's Tyler Thompson, were third and fourth while point leader Ryan Ware of Littleton came in sixth. Dustin Jackson, Brett Jackson, Kodi Sabins, Nate Walton, and Baumgardner completed the top-10.

Lincoln's "Downtown" Bobby Brown snapped Andy Hill's four-race winning streak in the 7-Eleven Dwarf Cars. Brown started on the outside pole of the 25-lap feature and immediately wheeled it around Northfield, VT's Timothy Sherman Jr. for the top spot. Hill gave chase from the 12th starting spot and was already up to second by lap seven. But Brown was able to hold off Hill following the second caution and lap-14, and while Hill remained glued to Brown's bumper for the rest of the event, Brown stayed out front to take the win.

Hill padded his point lead with the second-place finish while Gilmanton's Tommy Smithers came in third. Norm Forest, Jeff Ainsworth, Dave Gyger, Ethan Tyrrell, Kevin Wyman, Chad Dufour, and Sherman also earned top-10 finishes.

White Mountain Motorsports Park welcomes the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge presented by RaceChoice.com for the Thunder in the Mountains this Saturday, August 10 at 6:00pm. The Bullring Bash tour-type Modifieds have a 100-lap, $3,500-to-win event while the Midstate Site Development Legends have a 35-lap, $1,500-to-win feature. The Foley Oil & Propane Late Models and Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers are also on the card. Admission is $25 for adults, $5 for kids ages 6-12, and $50 for a family of four (2 adults, 2 kids).

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963 or media@acttour.com.



Pos., Start Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps
1. ( 15 ) Wayne Helliwell Jr. ( 27NH ) , Dover, NH , 250 Laps
2. ( 3 ) #Stephen Donahue ( 2VT ) , Graniteville, VT , 250 Laps
3. ( 10 ) Jason Corliss ( 66VT ) , Barre, VT , 250 Laps
4. ( 1 ) Scott Dragon ( 16VT ) , Milton, VT , 250 Laps
5. ( 13 ) Rich Dubeau ( 30NH ) , Plainfield, NH , 250 Laps
6. ( 9 ) Quinten Welch ( 78NH ) , Groveton, NH , 250 Laps
7. ( 4 ) #Ryan Kuhn ( 72MA ) , E. Bridgewater, MA , 250 Laps
8. ( 23 ) Scott Payea ( 37VT ) , Colchester, VT , 250 Laps
9. ( 16 ) Joel Hodgdon ( 36VT ) , Craftsbury Common, VT , 250 Laps
10. ( 11 ) Jimmy Hebert ( 58VT ) , Williamstown, VT , 250 Laps
11. ( 6 ) Dylan Payea ( 7NH ) , Milton, VT , 250 Laps
12. ( 5 ) Christopher Pelkey ( 64VT ) , Graniteville, VT , 248 Laps
13. ( 14 ) #Trent Goodrow ( 31MA ) , Carver, MA , 248 Laps
14. ( 22 ) Adam Gray ( 97MA ) , Granby, MA , 248 Laps
15. ( 26 ) Mathieu Kingsbury ( 9QC ) , Blainville, QC , 247 Laps
16. ( 20 ) Matt Anderson ( 49NH ) , Franklin, NH , 244 Laps
17. ( 25 ) Scott Coburn ( 72VT ) , Barre, VT , 240 Laps
18. ( 21 ) Cody LeBlanc ( 55NH ) , Berlin, NH , 226 Laps
19. ( 17 ) Jesse Switser ( 25NH ) , West Burke, VT , 217 Laps
20. ( 7 ) Jonathan Bouvrette ( 41QC ) , Blainville, QC , 175 Laps
21. ( 8 ) Mark Jenison ( 22RI ) , Warwick, RI , 169 Laps
22. ( 12 ) Bryan Kruczek ( 19NH ) , Newmarket, NH , 124 Laps
23. ( 2 ) Shawn Swallow ( 04NH ) , Lancaster, NH , 81 Laps
24. ( 18 ) Cody Blake ( 7VT ) , Barre, VT , 73 Laps
25. ( 24 ) John Donahue ( 26VT ) , Graniteville, VT , 7 Laps
DSQ ( 19 ) Corey Mason ( 1NH ) , Groveton, NH , 0 Laps

Lap Leaders: Scott Dragon, 1-3; Stephen Donahue, 4-78; Quinten Welch, 79-82; Donahue, 83; Welch, 84-170; Jimmy Hebert, 171-179; Scott Payea, 180-219; Donahue, 220-227; Hebert, 228-246; Wayne Helliwell Jr., 247-250. (9 lead changes among 6 drivers)

Time of Race: 1:59:06 Margin of Victory: 0.151 seconds

Cautions: 12 (laps 37, 75 [competition], 78, 82, 83, 170, 179, 219, 228, 236, 246, 246)

Heat Winners: Jonathan Bouvrette, Dylan Payea, Rich Dubeau

Consi Winners: Wayne Helliwell Jr., Christopher Pelkey

B-Feature Winner: Cody LeBlanc
8/3 Midsummer 250 Results
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Shane Sicard ( 4NH ) Barton, VT
2. Amanda Wheeler ( 20NH ) Bradford, VT
3. Colin Cornell ( 55NH ) E. Burke, VT
4. Nathaniel Parkin ( 88NH ) Bradford, VT
5. Matthew Potter ( 23NH ) Plainfield, VT
6. Sid Sweet Jr. ( 93VT ) Williamstown, VT
7. Cooper Bouchard ( 7VT ) Hinesburg, VT
8. Jody Sicard ( 49NH ) Gilmanton, NH
9. David Baron Jr. ( 28NH ) Manchester, NH
10. Chris Chambers ( 14VT ) Brookfield, VT
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Adam Sicard ( 16 ) Barton, VT
2. Jamie Ball ( 99 ) Passumpsic, VT
3. #Darren Newland ( 25 ) E. Burke, VT
4. #Tyler Thompson ( 51 ) Littleton, NH
5. Ryan Ware ( 32 ) Littleton, NH
6. Dustin Jackson ( 37 ) Bethlehem, NH
7. Brett Jackson ( 31 ) Bethlehem, NH
8. Kodi Sabins ( 36 ) Windsor, VT
9. Nate Walton ( 88 ) Derby Line, VT
10. #Jillian Baumgardner ( 14 ) N. Woodstock, NH
11. Scott Senecal ( 1 ) Lisbon, NH
12. #Gavin McGinnis ( 10 ) St. Johnsbury, VT
13. #Andrew Kachmarik ( 94 ) Maidstone, VT
14. James Stone ( 92 ) St. Johnsbury, VT
15. Keri Driscoll ( 91 )
16. Hunter Garduno ( 13 ) West Fairlee, VT
17. Rusty Drew III ( 4 ) Franklin, NH
18. Les Washburn ( 11 ) Bethlehem, NH
19. Jason Fallman ( 21 ) N. Woodstock, NH
20. Dave Driscoll ( 19 ) N. Woodstock, NH
DNS #Laci Potter ( 55 )
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Bobby Brown ( 27 ) Lincoln, NH
2. Andy Hill ( 8 ) Waterford, VT
3. Tommy Smithers ( 60 ) Gilmanton, NH
4. Norman Forest ( 01 ) Dunbarton, NH
5. Jarred Ainsworth ( 41 ) Bethlehem, NH
6. Dave Gyger ( 93 ) Campton, NH
7. Ethan Tyrrell ( 23 ) Worcester, VT
8. Kevin Wyman ( 02 ) Bath, NH
9. Chad Dufour ( 52 ) Littleton, NH
10. Tommy Smithers ( 60 ) Gilmanton, NH
11. Timothy Sherman Sr. ( 68 ) Berlin, VT
12. Jason Wyman ( 88 ) Easton, NH
DNS Cody Wyman ( 00 ) Bath, NH
DNS Colby Bourgeois ( 33 ) St. Johnsbury, VT
WMMP Increases Weekly Purses
for The 2019 Season
N. Woodstock, NH - Many racers at N. Woodstock, NH's White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) are already noticing some extra cash in their pockets this season. Track ownership announced today that it has increased weekly purses for all point-counting divisions that race regularly at the 1/4-mile oval.

These changes were made effective beginning with the season-opening Caron Fabrication Spring Green. The higher weekly awards could result in an increased net payout of well more than $30,000 to WMMP drivers over the course of the 2019 season. Special events in the Late Models, Flying Tigers, and Strictly Stock Minis that have been added include even higher purses on top of those given out weekly.

"We wanted to do something extra to reward the drivers who support White Mountain," managing partner Cris Michaud said. "We realize that, while nobody at this level is racing to make money, a few extra dollars can make a big difference in a racing budget. We also wanted to make sure everybody throughout the field is getting something for their efforts instead of just the top two or three finishers."

Purse changes in the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models primarily focus on the back half of the top-10 in the main event. The fourth- through seventh-place finishers are all getting a raise of $50 per position with increases for eighth and ninth as well. All starters in a 50-lap feature will receive at least $120 with additional bonuses for making the semi-feature.

The Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers have received pay bumps from the second spot on back versus 2018. Second-place money has increased from $175 to $235 while third place has jumped from $150 to $200. All Flying Tiger feature starters now receive a minimum of $100. All told, a regular weekly feature will pay out over 30 percent more money this year than last.

The Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis are getting big pay boosts throughout the field. The prize money for winning a weekly feature has increased from $100 to $150. Second and third will receive $125 and $100, respectively. Meanwhile, start money has more than doubled from $20 to $50 for those who run the feature each week.

Perhaps the biggest change to the purse structure is in the WMMP Dwarf Cars. This year, the feature winner will collect $200, a raise of more than 300 percent than the $60 they received last year. The rest of the top-five also get three figures. Finishers from sixth on back, along with non-starters, receive $50.

White Mountain Motorsports Park closes out the month of May on Saturday, May 25 at 6:30pm. The Foley Oil & Propane Late Models celebrate the arrival of warmer weather with the Spring Board 100. There is also a full card for the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis, and Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Trucks. Admission is $12 for adults, $3 for kids ages 6-12, and $25 for the new family ticket (2 adults, 2 kids).

For more information, contact the WMMP offices at (802) 244-6963
Bullring Bash to Debut 3-Event Slate
of Modified & Legends Events in 2019
Attleboro, MA - 12-12-18 - Modified racing will return to White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) and Thunder Road Speedbowl in 2019 with the inaugural Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge. The promotion includes three brand new events that will feature many of the top Modified and Legends Cars drivers and teams in New England.

The Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge brings Modified and Legends Cars racing back to an area of northern New England that has been asking for its return. The events will feature some of the highest paying purses and most unique racing formats in modern grassroots motorsports.

The first Bullring Bash event will take place on Sunday, June 16 at WMMP. It will be joined by previously announced events at WMMP on August 10, and Thunder Road Speedbowl on September 14.

"With the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, we're looking to take the promotion of Modified and Legends racing in New England to the next level," said Bullring Bash founder Josh Vanada, a veteran of multiple national and regional motorsports promotions. "We've assembled a team of the most talented personnel available in order to put on three incredible events in 2019, and we'll be racing at two of the most exciting facilities in New England in White Mountain Motorsports Park and Thunder Road Speedbowl. The stakes are high, and the intensity on-track will be even higher."

"We're looking forward to hosting the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge at Thunder Road and WMMP," said Cris Michaud, the co-owner of both tracks. "It's been a long time since Modifieds have raced at either facility, and a number of fans have told the various track management teams over the years that they hoped we would bring them back. We think the Bullring Bash is the right opportunity for us to do so."

The three-event Bullring Bash calendar for the 2019 season is as follows:

June 16, 2019: White Mountain Motorsports Park, North Woodstock, NH - POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN

August 10, 2019: White Mountain Motorsports Park, North Woodstock, NH

September 14, 2019: Thunder Road Speedbowl, Barre, VT

Further announcements regarding the inaugural Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, including event distances, rules and regulations, sponsorships, and confirmed Modified and Legends Cars participants, will be made over the coming weeks and months leading up to the inaugural event.

To keep up with the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, teams and fans can visit www.bullringbash.com.

Fans can also stay connected on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @BullringBashQMC.
2019 WMMP Season Passes
2019 WMMP Season Pass Form
N. Woodstock, NH - 11-21-18 - White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) officials announced today that the track will be offering adult general admission season passes for the 2019 season. It will be the first time season passes can be purchased in the track's 26-year history.

A season's pass will cost $215 and is good for general admission to all 19 auto racing events at the New Hampshire oval. The price is a savings of $74 - more than 25 percent - versus buying a separate adult admission ticket to all events.

Season pass order forms are now available on the WMMP website at the link above. They can also be ordered by calling the track offices at (802) 244-6963.

"Season passes are a great way to reward your diehard and loyal fans," WMMP managing partner Cris Michaud said. "They offer great savings for the people who are at every event, and it saves them from having to wait in line at the ticket booth. A season pass is a great Christmas gift or birthday present, too!"

The WMMP 2019 schedule is posted on the track website. The 19-event schedule includes two events each for the American-Canadian Tour and Pro All Stars Series, a tour-type Modified event, a Flying Tiger Triple Crown Series, and a season-ending Enduro 200.

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963 or visit www.whitemountainmotorsports.com.
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.


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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