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Offseason Spotlight:
Andy Hill Leaves No Question
as Dwarf Car Champion
Woodstock, NH - 1-17-20 - White Mountain Motorsports Park saw several dominating performances during the 2019 season. But the year Waterford, VT's Andy Hill had in the 7-Eleven Dwarf Cars topped them all. In just nine events, Hill and his #8 P&H Transportation team accomplished more than most drivers could hope for in twice as many events.

Hill entered 2019 with a lot to live up to. The veteran won the 2018 Dwarf Car championship in convincing fashion on the strength of two wins and five podium finishes. However, his closest challengers were all set to return. Furthermore, a late-2018 surge in car counts carried over to the 2019 season, leaving Hill with even more competitors to beat.

His title defense didn't get off to a strong start. With laps winding down in the season opener on May 11, Hill was running second to Bobby Brown. However, Hill got into the back of Brown entering turn four, sending Brown for a spin and earning Hill a trip to the rear. He ended up finishing ninth as a result.

As it turned out, that would be the only thing even resembling a blemish on Hill's season. He came right back the following week to win the event - over Brown, no less - and earn some redemption. That kicked off a four-race winning streak. Time after time, Hill would start at the back and charge to the front. More often than not, he won his heat race, too. With the Dwarf Cars running a partial schedule, and a June 29 feature postponed by rain, Hill went undefeated for more than two months on the high banks. Needless to say, he quickly ascended to the top of the standings and continued to add to his margin with each passing event.

It was Brown that finally ended the winning streak on August 3, holding off Hill in the late stages. Still, Hill's runner-up result continued to pad his points lead. He then resumed his winning ways at the next event on August 31, taking victory number five of the year.

Championship Night the following Saturday had the Dwarf Cars seeing double. They would start by finally making up their June 29 feature before running the championship feature later in the night. Hill kicked things off by winning yet again. His sixth victory of 2019 meant he only needed to start the regularly-scheduled feature to wrap up that title. But he wanted more. Hill was up to third, right on the heels of Forest and Jason Wyman, when rain halted the race after 16 of the scheduled 25 laps.

Still, even with the weather taking away a chance at another win, Hill's 2019 season was one for the ages. His 6 feature wins in 9 events meant that, 66.7% of the time, Hill ended the night in Victory Lane. Even with the Opening Night miscue, Hill posted an average finish of 2.22 - the best of any full-time competitor at WMMP.

Just for good measure, Hill traveled to Vermont's Thunder Road and added a seventh win by sweeping both segments of the Dwarf Car Mini Milk Bowl. He then ended his racing season by hopping a ride in Scott Corey's Late Model for the Fall Brawl 151 at Groveton's Riverside Speedway, where he posted a fifth-place finish.

"This is why we do it right here, guys," Hill said in his banquet acceptance speech. "All the money, all the time, all the tears, all the blood - right here. I'm feeling pretty lucky to be up here right now. We did it last year, and I guess this year was definitely our year. I have a lot of people to thank. First, my wife Erin for letting me do this. It's tough, it's hard. We have a young family, so she does a lot of parenting. I work a lot in the wintertime and race a lot in the summer. If it wasn't for her, I definitely wouldn't be here right now."

Hill also thanked his sponsors before giving a shout-out to crew chief Keith Normand, who played a big role in helping him make mincemeat of the competition.

"Without a doubt, if it wasn't for him, I wouldn't be here," Hill said of Normand. "He's always believed in me and pushed me to be the best I can be. We got lucky this year - we hit the setup pretty early in the season, and we stuck to it. The car was pretty consistent. It makes it a lot easier for a guy to drive the car when it's good."

Hill then got introspective in his speech. He noted how tough local short track racing is getting, and thanked the track for giving racers a place to do what they love.

"I was a Thunder Road for the Milk Bowl this year, and Bubba Pollard was there," Hill recounted. "He was saying that, where he's from, short track racing seems to be dying. He said what we have up in this area is a really good thing and we should try to cherish that and make sure we keep it going for future generations."

Hill ended by paying tribute to five-time WMMP Late Model Champion and 2019 runner-up Stacy Cahoon. It was Cahoon who first inspired Hill to get into racing. In addressing Cahoon directly, he also alluded to his 2020 racing plans. Hill will be jumping to the Foley Oil & Propane Late Model ranks, taking over the #22NH that Scott Corey piloted for the past three seasons.

"I remember being a kid and seeing that purple car down at Gibbs Deli in St. Johnsbury," Hill said. "Ever since then, I thought, 'I want to be a race car driver so I can be cool like you.' I've gotten to be great friends with you, and I'm thankful for that. I really look forward to racing with you next year."
Previous Offseason Spotlights HERE
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Offseason Spotlight:
Dustin Jackson Grabs
Strictly Mini Title
in Season Finale
N. Woodstock, NH - 1-10-20 - For a race fan, there's nothing like watching a great championship battle. That's what they got this year in the Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini's with two drivers going down to the final lap of the season. When the dust settled, it was Bethlehem's Dustin Jackson who got in the final blow to take the championship over Littleton's Ryan Ware.

Both came into the season with something to prove. Jackson had finished a distant eighth in Strictly Stock Mini points the year before, returning to the ranks after spending 2017 in the Tiger class. Ware, meanwhile, was entering his first season in the division after campaigning in the Street Stock class at Riverside Speedway the year before.

At first, it looked like Sicard was in the catbird seat for title, as he won the first two events of the season. Jackson, though, joined him on the podium both times - and in race #3, Jackson was #1 on the track for the victory, giving him three straight top-3s to show he was a title contender.

Ware had problems in the season opener but bounced back to finish in the top-10. At the second event, he finished second sandwiched between Sicard and Jackson. That kicked off one of the most impressive stretches of the season: seven straight podium finishes for Ware - in a division that was averaging more than 20 cars per week. The streak included his first WMMP win on June 22 along with two seconds and four thirds.

Not surprisingly, that led Ware to the top of the standings, as he took the points lead from Jackson on June 29. But Jackson got his second win the following event to retake the top spot. From then on out, the duo were never far from each other on the track or in the points, trading jabs like two middleweight boxers.

Ware's podium streak came to an end with a seventh place in the double-point Mid-Season Champion on July 13 - but Jackson finished two spots behind, allowing Ware to retake the point lead. Ware then earned his second victory on July 27 to give him his largest lead of the season: 18 points over Jackson and 41 over Sicard.

That lead over Jackson held steady the following week while Sicard got his fourth win of the season to stay in the conversation. After nearly a month off due to rainouts and scheduling, the battle resumed on August 31 with just two events left. Jackson picked up maximum points that night, getting his third feature win of the year and winning his heat race, too. But Ware finished fourth in the feature and second in his heat, which meant Jackson only gained seven points from his perfect night. Sicard's sixth place took him out of realistic contention, leaving the two youngsters to decide the title at Championship Night on September 7.

Jackson entered the night 11 points behind Ware - and immediately gained three markers in qualifying. As the feature began, Jackson needed to finish four spots ahead of Ware to win the title. Following a mid-race caution, Jackson sliced his way to the front of the field, and eventually beat out rookie Gavin McGinnis for the win in a photo finish. Ware, on the other hand, could only make it up to seventh in the race, giving Jackson the title by a mere four points.

The season amounted to a 14-round bout with both drivers turning in championship-worthy performances. Jackson tied Sicard for the division lead with four wins (and added a fifth in a non-point special) while Ware's 11 top-5 finishes topped all Strictly Stock Mini drivers. Both Jackson and Ware finished in the top-10 at every event - the only drivers in the class to do so. Jackson posted and average finish of 3.64 while Ware clocked in at 3.93. But ultimately, only one could be champion, and it was Jackson who had the upper hand following the final round.

"I wish everyone in this class was still up here - I'd like to shake everyone's hand," Jackson said as he accepted the champion's trophy. "It was a great season. All their families, too - they put up with a lot of time that we spend on these things, and we still go around in circles every week. It's great competition, and there are great (drivers) coming up through the ranks, too.

"It's great family time - the best time I get to spend with my dad (Brett)," Jackson added. "It's going to be a long winter. He's going to be busy, and I'll be busy. We'll see what we're going to do for racing next year. Thank you Cris (Michaud) for keeping this class going. I hope nothing changes, and we'll come back next year."
Previous Offseason Spotlights HERE
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ACT Announces New England
Late Model Challenge Cup
for Weekly Racers
Waterbury, VT 1-6-20 – Weekly Late Model racers around the Northeast will have the opportunity to race for even more during the 2020 season. The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) has announced the inaugural New England Late Model Challenge Cup (NELMCC) presented by American Racer to reward the top participating drivers around the region.

Throughout 2020, registered Late Model drivers will earn points towards the NELMCC presented by American Racer based on their performance at participating tracks. A separate point fund has been posted with $3,000 guaranteed to the Challenge Cup champion and additional payouts for other top finishers.

Four tracks are slated to participate in the inaugural Challenge Cup: Barre, VT’s Thunder Road Speedbowl; N. Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorsports Park; Epping, NH’s Star Speedway; and Massachusetts’ Seekonk Speedway. Each of the four tracks use ACT Late Model rules for their weekly racing programs.

All weekly Late Model features at these tracks will be eligible for NELMCC presented by American Racer points. ACT Late Model Tour events at these tracks will not be eligible, even if the event is also awarding weekly championship points.

“Seekonk Speedway is excited to participate in this program and give our Late Model teams a chance to compete in something bigger without having to travel,” Seekonk Speedway Director of Business Development Ed St. Germain said. “The Seekonk Late Model field has produced some exciting young drivers in the last decade and we look forward to seeing them take part in the Challenge Cup. Seekonk is committed to the success of the ACT program and the exciting racing it produces."

A special Challenge Cup points system will award points based on finishing position and field size. Bonus points will also be awarded for wins and positions gained. Tracks will be responsible for reporting the results of each event to the ACT office, which will oversee the program.

The 10 best weekly performances for each registered driver across all participating tracks will count towards their NELMCC total. This means weekly Thunder Road Late Model competitors can earn NELMCC points at White Mountain Motorsports Park events, Seekonk Speedway Late Model racers can earn points at Star Speedway events, and so on.

To be eligible for the New England Late Model Challenge Cup presented by American Racer, drivers must register with the ACT office and pay a $100 entry fee. One hundred percent of all registration fees will be added to the NELMCC point fund. The fund also includes contributions from American Racer and participating tracks with the final total expected to be well over $10,000.

In addition to the $3,000 guarantee for the NELMCC champion, the remainder of the top-10 in the final standings will receive payouts. The champion driver will be honored at their home track’s season-ending banquet.

“We developed the Challenge Cup program as a way to reward weekly racers,” ACT managing partner Cris Michaud said. “Touring racers often get the glitz and glamour, but the weekly racer is what makes local racing work. Without Late Model drivers showing up week after week at their home track all summer, and supporting the ACT Late Model Tour whenever they come to town, there wouldn’t be a Tour. We’re looking forward to the first year of this program and to seeing it grow in the years to come.”

“We’re also excited to have American Racer onboard for the Challenge Cup,” Michaud said. “They understand the value of the weekly racer, too, and they jumped at the chance to support them with this program. We hope to have them as a Challenge Cup partner for a long time.”

The deadline to register for the NELMCC presented by American Racer is Friday, April 24. Final point fund payouts will be announced following the close of registration. The entry form is linked below.

An “early entry” deadline of Monday, March 2 has also been set. Drivers who file their entry form by the early deadline will be entered into an American Racer tire draw. Two names will be drawn and the winners will each receive two free American Racer tires.

For more information, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963,, or visit You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.
2020 New England Challenge Cup
Team Registration Form PDF
Monster Truck Throwdown
Coming to WMMP for
Independence Day Weekend
Modified Racing Series Event
Moved to Friday Night
N. Woodstock, NH - 1-2-20 - A new kind of fireworks has been added to this year's Independence Day weekend in the White Mountains. The Monster Truck Throwdown will visit N. Woodstock, NH's White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, July 4 and Sunday, July 5, bringing its unique brand of thrills and excitement to the region.

Two separate monster truck shows are set for Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. Both will include a variety of matches such as side-by-side course racing, wheelie competitions, donut competitions, and freestyle. Half a dozen trucks will be in action, including an appearance by the popular Crustacean (or "Crushstation") team. A motorcycle freestyle show is also planned.

Tickets for each Monster Truck Throwdown event at WMMP are $20 for adults, $10 for kids ages 3-12, and $50 for a family of four (2 adults, 2 kids). Advance tickets are available for purchase by calling the WMMP offices at (802) 244-6963 ext. 4.

Due to the addition of the Monster Truck Throwdown, the Modified Racing Series Independence Day 100 has been moved to Friday, July 3 at 6:00pm. The Friday night show also includes weekly WMMP racing action plus the annual holiday fireworks. The updated schedule of events is available on the WMMP website.

"This will be a new experience for many fans in this area," WMMP managing partner Cris Michaud said. "There have previously been monster trucks at WMMP, but the Monster Truck Throwdown takes things to another level. It's a great show for the whole family and a perfect way to spend the holidays. With the Modified Racing Series on Friday and the Monster Truck Throwdown on Saturday and Sunday, fans can enjoy an entire weekend of fun at the track."

The Monster Truck Throwdown was founded in 2013 and is the leading organizer of professional outdoor monster truck events in North America. Their 2020 schedule includes events spanning the continent from Alberta to North Carolina. They are committed to providing
an affordable family experience with high-flying thrills from larger-than-life machines and superstar drivers.

As part of their fan-friendly mission, a pre-event Pit Party is held at each venue. This allows fans of all ages to see the vehicles up close, meet drivers for autographs and photos, and even go for monster truck rides in some cases. Visit to learn more.

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963, You can also follow us on Facebook at @WhiteMtnMotorsports.
White Mountain Motorsports Park will host a 20-event schedule in 2020 with several major touring series plus special events for weekly divisions such as the Strictly Stock Minis. (Mark Alan Sumner Photo)
WMMP Sets 2020
Racing Calendar
N. Woodstock, NH - 12-3-19 - White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) has officially set the 2020 racing schedule for teams and fans. The track's 28th season of racing currently has 20 events planned with several additions and changes from the previous year.

The WMMP season officially opens on Saturday, May 9. The annual Car Show will be held at the track that morning from 10:00am-12:00pm. It will be followed by an open practice for all divisions with post time at 6:00pm. All Saturday events will start at 6:00pm in 2020 except for those held on major race weekends at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

The following weekend, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models will make their first visit of the season for a special Sunday afternoon show. The PASS 150 presented by 7-Eleven of Lincoln, NH is slated for Sunday, May 17 at 1:00pm.

PASS will make two other visits to WMMP in 2020. Their second 150-lapper of the year in the White Mountains is Saturday, July 18. The third visit is set for Saturday, September 19, which will also include the PASS Modifieds and Honey Badger Bar & Grill Street Stock Series.

This season includes the return of the Modified Racing Series (MRS) to WMMP for the first time since 2005. The 100-lap event will be held on Saturday, July 4 as part of the Independence Day spectacular with the annual holiday fireworks.

The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) is again making two trips to WMMP. The Caron Fabrication Spring Green 120 is slated to Saturday, June 13. The NELCAR Legends Tour is also on the card that night. NELCAR will make a second visit on Saturday, August 22.

The ACT Late Model Tour returns on Saturday, August 8 for the third annual Midsummer 250. The $10,000-to-win event is fast becoming one of the biggest events on the Northeast Late Model racing schedule.

Saturday, July 25 will be a "Night for the Little Guys". Both the North East Mini Stock Tour and Street Stock Showdown Series will be in town for a pair of 50-lap specials. The Foley Oil & Propane Late Models will be given the night off as they prepare for the Coca-Cola New Hampshire Governor's Cup 150 and the Midsummer 250 the following two weeks. The Late Models also have 100-lap specials as part of Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends, respectively.

The Triple Crown Series for the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers  returns in 2020 after a successful first season. The three-race series will be contested on May 30, June 27, and August 22, respectively. A Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini Special is set for Saturday, September 12 while the 7-Eleven Dwarf Cars have a special event on Saturday, August 15.

The 2020 season hits the halfway mark with the Country Camper Midseason Championships on Saturday, July 11. The weekly champions will be crowned at the Championship Night season finale on Saturday, September 26.

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963 or You can also follow us on Facebook at @WhiteMtnMotorsports.

-- Sat April 25 - Noon to4:00pm - Practice for All Divisions
-- Sat May 9 - 10:00am to Noon - Annual Car Show
                        1:30 to 5:30pm - Open Practice
1 Sat May 9 - 6:00pm - Season Opener
2 Sun May 17 - 1:00pm - PASS 150
3 Sat May 23 - 6:00pm - LM Spring Board 100
4 Sat May 30 - 6:00pm - Jon Parks Tractor Flying Tiger Triple Crown #1
5 Sat Jun 6 - 6:00pm - Regular Event + Kids Rides
6 Sat Jun 13 - 6:00pm - ACT Spring Green 120  & NELCAR Legends
7 Sat Jun 20 - 6:00pm - Regular + Kids Rides + Senior Tour Auto Racers
8 Sat Jun 27 - 6:00pm - Jon Parks Tractor Flying Tiger Triple Crown #2
9 Fri Jul 3 - 6:00pm - Regular Event -  Holiday Fireworks
                                     presented by Foley Oil & Propane

10 Sat July 4 - Night - The Monster Truck Throwdown
11 Sun July 5 - Afternoon - The Monster Truck Throwdown
10 Sat Jul 11 - 6:00pm - Mid-Season Championships
11 Sat Jul 18 - 7:00pm - PASS 150
12 Sat Jul 25 - 6:00pm - North East Mini Stock Tour & Street Stock Showdown Series
13 Sat Aug 1 - 6:00pm - NH Governor's Cup 150
                                         presented by Coca Cola of New England
14 Sat Aug 8 - 6:00pm - Midsummer 250 - ACT Late Model Tour ($10,000 to win)
15 Sat Aug 15 - 6:00pm - Dwarf Car Special presented by 7-Eleven of Lincoln, NH
16 Sat Aug 22 - 6:00pm - Jon Parks Tractor Flying Tiger Triple Crown #3
                                      + NELCAR Legends
-- Sat Aug 29 - Track Closed for Oxford 250 Weekend
17 Sat Sep 5 - 6:00pm - LM Leaf Peepers 100 + Modified Racing Series
                                        presented by Caron Fabrication
18 Sat Sep 12 - 6:00pm - Strictly Stock Mini Special + NEAR
19 Sat Sep 19 - 6:00pm - PASS 150 + PASS Mods & Honey Badger Street Stock Series
20 Sat Sep 26 - 6:00pm - Championship Night

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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