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New Sponsors, Growing Rosters
Highlight Busy WMMP Offseason
N. Woodstock, NH - 2-25-19 - The 27th season of racing at N. Woodstock's White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) is already shaping up to be a big one. Interest from teams, fans, and sponsors is rapidly growing as WMMP enters its first year of ownership under former racer Cris Michaud and businessman Pat Malone.

A number of new sponsors have already inked agreements to be part of the upcoming season at the track that sits near the Kancamagus Highway. New England Racing Fuel and Sunoco Race Fuel were one of the first new partners to sign on as they will sponsor the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) event on Saturday, July 20. The track has also agreed to event sponsorships with 7-Eleven Convenience Store of Lincoln, New Hampshire Country Campers of Epsom, and the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Northern New England.

Several other major sponsors are returning to WMMP in 2019. Four of the five division entitlement sponsors are already confirmed to return in 2019. This includes the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models, Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis, and Dad's 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Trucks. Negotiations are ongoing with Bank of New Hampshire to return with the Dwarf Cars.

Foley Oil & Propane of Belmont has also expanded its involvement with their sponsorship of the Independence Day Late Model 100 on Saturday, July 6. Caron Fabrication of Groveton, who sponsored a weekly event in 2018, has stepped up to be the presenting sponsor of the season-opening Spring Green 119 for the American-Canadian Tour (ACT), giving them an even bigger presence at the speedway.

Along with the greater interest from businesses in the region has come interest from race teams. License applications are arriving steadily with the opener still nearly three months away. The Strictly Stock Mini registration numbers are particularly impressive with 15 drivers already signed up for 2019. This includes defending champion Adam Sicard along with other top 2018 runners such as Nate Walton, John Knight, and Brett Jackson.

The Flying Tiger numbers are expected to grow in 2019. The WMMP and Thunder Road Flying Tigers will have the same rules this upcoming season in response to testing done throughout 2018. This change, along with the new Flying Tiger Triple Crown, was made to encourage drivers racing at both tracks. Early Tiger registrants include defending champion Shane Sicard, last year's number three point driver Nate Parkin, and frequent contender Christian Laflamme. David Baron Jr., the son of former Tiger racer David Baron Sr., has also registered.

Several top Late Model competitors from 2018 have already purchased their licenses for 2019. This includes ageless veteran Stacy Cahoon, rising star Stephen Donahue, former champion Oren Remick, and 2018 breakout performer Paul Newcomb Jr. Dwarf Car registrations have arrived from big names such as Jason Wyman, Kevin Wyman, and Tommy Smithers.

WMMP will have much more on the upcoming season in the coming weeks. Many big events have already been announced for the 2019 campaign, including two visits each for the ACT Late Model Tour and PASS Super Late Models; the return of Tour-type Modifieds with a pair of Bullring Bash events; the New Hampshire Governor's Cup for the Late Models; and the season-ending Enduro 200 and 4-Cylinder Nationals. Contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963 for more information.
WMMP Kids Trucks Schedule
Announced for 2019
N. Woodstock, NH - 1-23-19 -  White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) officials have announced the Kids Trucks division schedule for the 2019 season. The youth division will compete 12 times this year, giving 11-15 year-olds the opportunity to learn the ropes of stock-car racing in a fun, accepting environment.

The Kids Trucks open their season as part of WMMP Opening Day on Saturday, May 11. They will also compete on May 18 and May 25. Their first off-week will be Saturday, June 1.

The division will also be given the week off on June 16, July 20, August 3, and August 10. These dates were all chosen because of touring series visits or other special events that create a full card of racing. The Trucks will conclude their season on Saturday, September 7 as part of Championship Night.

"We think a 12-event schedule is about the right amount for this division," WMMP co-owner Cris Michaud said. "We want to give kids plenty of chances to race while also having time to go on vacation and do other fun things during the summer. A lot of top racers in the region have come out of the Kids Trucks, and we're eager to see what happens this year."

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963..

White Mountain Motorsports Park
2019 Kids Trucks Schedule

# - Day - Date - Time
1 - Saturday, May 11 - 6:00pm
2 - Saturday, May 18 - 6:30pm
3 - Saturday, May 25 - 6:30pm
4 - Saturday,  June 8 - 6:30pm
5 - Saturday, June 22 - 6:30pm
6 - Saturday, June 29 - 6:30pm
7 - Saturday, July 6 - 6:30pm
8 - Saturday,  July 13 - 6:30pm
9 - Saturday,  July 20 - 7:00pm
10 - Saturday, August 17 - 6:30pm
11 - Saturday, August 31 - 6:30pm
12 - Saturday, September 7 - 6:30pm
Hodgdon, May Appointed WMMP
Tech Inspectors for 2019
N. Woodstock, NH - 1-21-19 - White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) will have two new faces manning the track's tech shed during the 2019 season. Track officials announced today that Stephen Hodgdon and Skip May have been appointed as technical inspectors for weekly racing at the speedway.

Hodgdon and May will oversee pre- and post-race inspection in the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models, Flying Tigers, Strictly Minis, and Kids Trucks. Each will be considered Co-Chief Technical Inspector for WMMP.

Both men have extensive experience in Northeast auto racing as drivers, car owners, and crew members. Hodgdon spent several years racing in the Flying Tigers at WMMP and has also competed at Groveton's Speedway 51 and Barre, VT's Thunder Road. May spent many years in the Flying Tigers at Thunder Road in the 1980s and 1990s and has remained a presence in the pit area at tracks around the region.

"We're glad to have both Stephen and Skip come aboard at WMMP," track co-owner Cris Michaud. "They have a lot of knowledge about the cars we race, and they're already familiar faces to most of the WMMP pits, which will help with the transition. We believe they're going to be a real asset to the speedway."

The track also announced that "Skippy" Trudeau will return as Head Technical Inspector for the Dwarf Cars. Trudeau has worked at WMMP for some 20 years and will be at his familiar post in the Dwarf Car tech area once again this season.

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963.
Weir Motorsports and Andy Shaw
Join Bullring Bash For 2019 Season
Attleboro, MA - 1-16-19 - Continuing a successful partnership that reaches back for nearly 25 years, driver Andy Shaw will return to action for Weir Motorsports in the 2019 Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge. Shaw will run in the Modified class, and will once again drive owner David Weir's #66 KDW Landscaping/Mayhan Antiques/Sumner Sessions Excavations car.

"What drew us to the Bullring Bash was the fact that a lot of the tracks are tracks we've raced on," said Shaw. "We come from a PASS Modified and Super Late Model background, so we've raced at those tracks, and I actually consider White Mountain (Motorsports Park) as one of my home tracks--it's 45 minutes from my house, and the closest racetrack to my house. I have a lot of experience there, and I feel like the tracks are a good fit. Modified racing doesn't generally come up this way, so we're excited to have them somewhat close to where we live.

"We're very excited to get to a track where we have a lot of familiarity with how the track races," added owner David Weir. "Andy has a lot of laps at the places down south, but he has way more laps at places like White Mountains and Thunder Road. They're 100% handling and driver tracks. You can't just mash the gas and make up for it down the straightaway--you have to have a lot of finesse, especially at Thunder Road. There's a unique line there, and you have to learn it."

"We're excited to welcome Weir Motorsports and Andy Shaw to the Bullring Bash for our inaugural 2019 season," said Bullring Bash founder Josh Vanada. "It's exciting for fans at White Mountain and Thunder Road to have local favorites to root for, especially when we're bringing Modified racing back to these tracks for the first time in a number of years. To have Andy and David, with a New Hampshire-based effort, be one of the first teams to commit to running with us shows two things: not only the quality of competition in our field, but also strong driver and owner ties to our communities."

Shaw and Weir have a long and successful history on track together. Together, they won five PASS Modified championships in six years from 2010 to 2015, and have continued their partnership in additional Modified events in recent years. In the Bullring Bash, the duo will compete with a brand new 2019 Troyer chassis and Rahmoc engine, and crew chief Phil Butterfield will continue to lead the team's volunteer crew.

"We feel like a lot of stuff has come together over the past few months to make it so we're extremely competitive," Shaw added. "We have a good group of guys together with a lot of background experience in racing, and we feel like when we're on a level playing field, we have an advantage because of the help we have."

Beyond that, both Shaw and Weir are excited to be a part of bringing Modified competition back to northern New England, and have high hopes for the new events.

"Super Late Model racing had gone away from Thunder Road for about 10 years, and when PASS went back there a few years ago, it absolutely packed the place, because the fans up here love to see something new," Weir said. "When something like the Modifieds comes in, the crowd likes that, and the fans here will definitely be interested. I know just from talking to people in the racing community at the Northeast Motorsports Expo, a lot of people are planning to be at both Thunder Road and White Mountain to see these types of cars there."

To learn more about Weir Motorsports, follow the team on Facebook at To keep up with the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, teams and fans can visit
Bullring Bash to Debut 3-Event Slate
of Modified and 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

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

Fans can also stay connected on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @BullringBashQMC.
Stan Mertz Racing to Compete in Inaugural Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge
Attleboro, MA - 12-20-18 - Stan Mertz Racing has announced that it will participate in multiple Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge events in 2019 with its familiar #6 Modified. Two-time MRS champion and 2015 Thompson Speedway Sunoco Modified champion Woody Pitkat will continue his relationship with the team for the sixth straight year, and the team will make its Bullring Bash debut at White Mountain Motorsports Park on June 16.

"It's an exciting time--there are a lot of touring series going on right now," said team owner Stan Mertz. "My team has been an established SK team, and we're actually moving up into solely the Tour-Type divisions now, rather than how we spent the last four or five years at Thompson Speedway for the most part. The other thing that I like about these races is that it becomes a race of champions when you get these Tour-Types together, versus when you're at a weekly track. The level of competition is extremely high, and (founder) Josh (Vanada) has put together a great purse, which, as a car owner, really attracts me.

"I've never been to White Mountain, so we're looking forward to going there. I've heard a lot about it--it's a fast little bullring, so we're looking forward to going these small tracks where we're going to be running the SK package, rather than the full-blown Tour-Type engine package that others may run."

Aside from the quality of the field and purse, two things have stood out to Mertz in joining the Bullring Bash in 2019: extending the reach of Modified racing in New England, and running on short tracks where top drivers and crews are prioritized over simply horsepower.

"It's always about expanding the fanbase, especially in the Modified realm," he explained. "There are still a lot of areas in New England where Modifieds haven't really been that feature division or focus. There are still a lot of full-fendered tracks out there that love their Pro Stocks and Late Models. I think, in going out there and getting into new areas, we just want to be able to race.

"I love going to the small bullrings--those are my favorites, and that's where a lot of the power band is equalized. They're not horsepower tracks like Thompson or Stafford, so you can take a Modified that has many different engine configurations, and they're all equal. It all truly comes down to setup and how good your driver is."

Behind Pitkat, Mertz's operation will remain relatively unchanged from its previous championship-winning seasons. The team will continue to compete with a Northeast Race Cars Troyer chassis and Ashaway Performance Engines will continue to supply motors. Norm Perry will also return as crew chief.

"We're incredibly pleased to welcome Stan Mertz Racing to the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge for 2019," said Bullring Bash founder Josh Vanada. "I've known Stan for a long time, and his team has always been one of the top Modified teams anywhere they've raced. Having Stan and Woody as our first publicly committed competitors just shows the quality of competition we expect at our events this season!"

For more information on Stan Mertz Racing, visit
To keep up with the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, teams and fans can visit
WMMP to Offer Season Passes in 2019
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

Photo by Daniel Holben/Big D's Photo
WMMP Releases 2019 Racing Schedule
N. Woodstock, NH - White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) has officially released the 2019 schedule of events for the 1/4-mile oval. The 19-event schedule includes visits from multiple regional touring series as well as a number of special events for the track's local divisions throughout the spring and summer.

WMMP opens its 2019 campaign on Saturday, May 11 with a busy day of action. The day starts out with the annual Car Show from 10:00am to noon at the speedway. An open practice session will follow from 1:00 to 5:00pm. The track then goes right into its season-opening event at 6:00pm with the Spring Green 119 for the American-Canadian Tour (ACT), where the Tour regulars will run toe-to-toe against the Foley Propane & Oil Late Model standouts.

ACT will make a second visit to WMMP on Saturday, August 3 for the $10,000-to-win Midsummer 250. The event made its debut this past September and returns in 2019 to give both local and regional Late Model stars a shot at a five-figure payday.

A number of other exciting events await racers and fans from late May through early October. The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models will make two visits to the venerable speedway. The first 150-lap event is set for Saturday, July 20 and the second one will be Saturday, September 21.

Meanwhile, tour-type Modifieds make their triumphant return on Saturday, August 10 with the Thunder in the Mountains 125 presented by New England Race Fuels. Another major addition to the schedule is a season-ending Enduro 200 on Saturday, October 5.

In addition to the two ACT Late Model Tour visits, two other special weekly Late Model events are on tap. The annual Independence Day 100 will return on Saturday, July 6. The night will also feature the New England Legend Cars along with the holiday fireworks. WMMP will also host the New Hampshire Governor's Cup 150 for the first time later that month on Saturday, July 27.

Saturday, May 18 will be the opener for the new Flying Tiger Triple Crown Series. Three 75-lap events are scheduled for the Tiger class. The second round of the Triple Crown Series will be held Saturday, June 29 with the final round on Saturday, August 17.

The Strictly Minis will also enter the spotlight with a pair of extra-distance, $500-to-win events. The first event will be Saturday, June 8, while the second will be Saturday, October 5 as part of the Enduro 200. Visits from the New England Antique Racers and Senior Tour Auto Racers are also in the cards.

All told, the track is scheduled for competition on 16 out of 17 Saturdays between early May and early September. This year, the track will be closed on Oxford 250 Weekend so fans and competitors can attend the event without missing out on their weekly championship chases.

WMMP will crown its champions on Saturday, September 7. The second PASS 150 on September 21 and the Enduro 200 on October 5 conclude the season. Throughout the year, regular weekly events will go to post at 6:30pm with earlier start times for select special events.

The 2019 ACT Late Model rules have also been released and are available on the WMMP track website. Officials expect to release the rules for all other divisions by Thanksgiving.

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963 or visit
2019 White Mountain Motorsports Park Schedule of Events

#   DAY DATE     TIME                          EVENT
Sat. May 4      Noon - 4:00pm - Open Practice
--  Sat. May 11    10:00am - Noon - Annual Car Show
                            1:00pm - 5:00pm - Open Practice
1   Sat. May 11    6:00pm - Caron Fabrication Spring Green 119 - ACT Late Model Tour
2   Sat. May 18    6:30pm - Flying Tiger Triple Crown #1 (75 Laps)
3   Sat. May 25    6:30pm - Regular Event
4   Sat. June 1     6:30pm - Regular Event - NEAR - Scout Night - Kids Rides 3 to 4pm
5   Sat. June 8     6:30pm - $500-to-Win Strictly Minis
6   Sun. June 16  1:00pm - Battle at the Banks 125 - Bullring Bash Event
7   Sat. June 22   6:30pm - Regular Event
8   Sat. June 29   6:30pm - Flying Tiger Triple Crown #2 (75 laps)
9   Sat. July 6       6:30pm - Foley Oil & Propane 100, NELCAR, Holiday Fireworks
10  Sat. July 13    6:30pm - NH Country Campers Mid-Season Championships
11  Sat. July 20    7:00pm  - PASS 150
12  Sat. July 27    6:30pm - New Hampshire Governor’s Cup 150 presented by
                                             Coca Cola Bottling Company of Northern New England

13  Sat. Aug. 3     6:00pm - Midsummer 250 - ACT Late Model Tour ($10,000 to win)
14  Sat. Aug. 10   6:00pm - Battle at the Banks 125 - Bullring Bash Event
                                             presented by New England Race Fuels
15  Sat. Aug. 17   6:30pm - Flying Tiger Triple Crown #3 (75 laps)
--    Sat. Aug. 24       - -        Track Closed for Oxford 250 Weekend
16   Sat. Aug. 31  6:30pm - Senior Tour Auto Racers (STAR)
17   Sat. Sept. 7   6:30pm - Championship Night for All Divisions
18   Sat. Sept. 21 6:30pm - PASS 150
19   Sat. Oct. 5     6:00pm - Enduro 200 & $500-to-Win Strictly Minis

Schedule subject to change                                                                 

Michaud and Malone
Agree to Purchase WMMP
N. Woodstock, NH - 11-5-18 - 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.
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, 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.
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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