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Oren Remick the Late Model Winner
May 21st was a wonderful night of racing. The Granite
State Pro Stock Series invaded the mountain and ended the
evening with a 100 lap feature. We got through qualifying rather
smoothly, but the fans were on their feet for a lot of the
The youngsters in the Dad 4 By Toll and Supply kids truck
division continue to show there growth in driving abilities
building from week to week. The Front 3 trucks ran side by side.
Robbie Gordon Douglas #27 working his way through traffic to
make his way to the top spot.
The following feature was 30 laps of edge of your seat, on your
feet kind of racing as the Well River Chevy Tigers took to the
1/4 mile high banks. It took several caution flags, keeping our
infield/speedy dry crew busy cleaning up, keeping the track
safe. Matt Morrill of Moultonborough, Nh drove his #9 Chevy
Monte Carlo machine sponsored by ABC Services and TNT Cleaning
through traffic, through restart after restart to capture his
first win of the season. The Driscoll Motorsports, JP Sicard
Chevy Impala was drove to a 2nd place finish by the #4 of Shane
Sicard from Barton, VT. Finishing in the 3rd position went to
the #66 of Tim Churchill from Lincoln, Nh. Churchill's sharp
looking Pontiac Grand Prix is sponsored by Lindwood Vet Clinic
and Kelly's Tattoo.
1. #9- Matt Morrill
2. #4- Shane Sicard
3. #66- Tim Churchill
4. #88- Todd Colpitts
5. #28- David Baron Sr.
6. #94- Don Drew (SUB)
7. #14- Tyler Farnham
8. #33- Dave Allbee
9. #41- Stephen Hodgdon
10. #8- Richard Paradis
11. #64- James Capps
12. #17- Desiree Sicard
13. #54- Colin Cornell
14. #18- David Baron Jr.
15. #3- Anthony Thompkins
16. #23- Michael Potter
17. #37- Caleb Rogers
18. #74- Justin Eldrige
19. #99- Steve Heitz
3 out of the top 4 drivers in the Twisted Tea Dwarf Cars failed
to make the starting grid last weekend due to mechanical issues,
but you would have never known their cars were not up to par
just 1 week ago. 25 laps of great racing as we saw "Uptown"
Tommy Smithers in the #60 had his car dialed in after missing
last week. On the restarts he would quickly maintain his lead,
bringing him to be the first in line to see the checkered flag.
"Downtown" Bobby Brown #27 also failed to make the field last
weekend finished 2nd. 3rd place honors went to hard charger
Jason Wyman in #88.
Dwarf Car Finish
1. #60- Tommy Smithers
2. #27- Bobby Brown
3. #88- Jason Wyman
4. #7- Eric Corum
5. #41- Jeff Ainsworth
6. #4- Justin Marsan
7. #29- Mark Wiggett
8. #17- Tyler Jones
9. #14- Mike Donahue
10. #40- Derrick Marsan
11. #21- Jeremy Labreque
12. #26- Jim Wentworth
13. #01- Norman Forest
The Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Mini division were
ready for their 20 lap main event, all 15 of them had a great
race, but when all was said and done victory lane saw Scott
Corey of Concord, VT, in the Waweko Auto, Viking Restoration #02
take home the 1st place finish for the 2nd week in a row. 2nd
place driver Michael "Tito" Richards Jr. #14 from Lisbon, NH
also finished in the 2nd place last weekend in the Schofields
Septic machine. 3rd place this week was also last weeks 3rd
place finisher, in the Corey's Sport Shop, Signs by Scott #31
machine of Brett Jackson, from Bethlehem, NH.
Strictly Mini Finish
1. #02- Scott Corey
2. #14- Michael "Tito" Richards Jr.
3. #31- Brett Jackson
4. #17- Scott Senecal
5. #94- Jared Ainsworth
6. #37- Dustin Jackson
7. #3- Avery Young
8. #10- Christian LaFlamme
9. #12- John Knight
10. #24- Allan Young
11. #43- Cheryl Joyce
12. #03- Carrie Rawls
13. #04- Jean Monroe
14. #87- Don Judd
Last on the card for the regular 5 WMMP divisions would be the
Napa Late Models. This definitely did not seem like 50 laps as
the top 4 cars battled door handle to door handle, bumper to
bumper lap after lap keeping the fans on the edge of their
seats. Oren Remick, Quinny Welch, Mike Jurkowski, and Bernie
Lantagne put on one of the best shows seen in a very long time,
these gentlemen bumped, leaned on each other and raced hard with
each other lap after lap. No caution flag was needed as they
gave each other the room needed and back out of it when need be.
When the battling was done "Flooring" Oren Remick out of Warner,
NH would capture the win in his proudly sponsored Chevy Impala
Promis, Lake Side Auto machine. The Truants Tavern/ Hiltz
Excavating Chevy Impala was wheeled to a 2nd place finish by the
#78 of Quinny Welch from Lancaster, NH. Bernie Lantagne drove his car to a solid 3rd place finish
in the Mr.Pizza, Marty's 1ST stop sponsored automobile.
Late Model Finish
1. # 21- Oren Remick
2. #78- Quinny Welch
3. #3- Bernie Lantagne
4. #42- Mike Jurkowski
5. #83- Stacey Cahoon
6. #4- Jonathan Lemay
7. #20- Richie Brown
8. #41- Dave Boyce
9. #2- Mike Clark
10. #57- Will Avery (SUB)
11. #06- Allison Menard
1) Jacob Dore
2) Barry Gray
3) Glen Martell
4) Craig Wienstien
5) Mike Parks
6) Mike Mitchell
7) John Salemi
8) Mike O'Sullivan
9) Greg Nanigian
10) JD Miller
11) Cory Casagrande
Saturday May 28th is the next event on the schedule. Race #3 for
WMMP's 5 divisions. Practice starts at 3:00pm with racing
starting at 5:00pm. Don't miss out on some very exciting racing,
for only $10 per adult and $2 per child.
Also KIDS don't forget it's also
Kids Favorite Driver Poster Night. Make a poster
showing all the fans your favorite driver. Make sure to put your
name and age on the back of the poster. Ages 12 & under.
Quinny Welch Takes the
Opening Day Late Model Win
RACE RESULTS PAGE HERE
The 2016 racing season kicked
off with the driver and crews proudly showing off their hard
work over the winter months at the car show. The judges had
their hands full picking the top 3 cars in each divison. There
were some beautiful machines on display for all to see. When the
results were in the top 3 in each division received a trophy.
The Late Model division saw "Flooring" Oren Remick in the #21
take home the 1st place trophy, followed by 2nd place #41 Dave
Boyce. The 3rd place trophy went to the #78 of Quinny Welch.
The Tiger division's top spot went to the #88 of Todd Colpitts.
David Baron Sr #28 received 2nd place and the 3rd spot went to
the Tim Churchill in the #66.
"Downtown" Bobby Brown in the #27 dwarf car received the 1st
place trophy. 2nd place recipient "Uptown" Tommy Smithers in the
#60, and 3rd place went to Jim Wentworth in the #26.
Stricly Mini divison saw Michael "Tito" Richards Jr. receive top
car show honors, Scott Corey in the #02 grabbed the 2nd place
finish and Troy Prentice in the #78 took home the 3rd place
Nathaniel Parkin in the 88x took home the win in the kids truck
division, the #51 of Tyler Thompson got 2nd and 3rd place went
to the 15 of Chris Pierce.
We quickly moved into qualifying. Great racing in all divisions.
The 8 feet of new asphalt around the 1/4 mile oval surely made
for some great side by side racing.
The first feature of 2016 to roll onto the speedway were the
Dad's 4 by Tool and Supply Kids Truck divison. These kids range
from 12-15 years old. They let their driving abilities shine as
they raced side by side till the checkered flag dropped. Robby
Gordon Douglas took home the win in truck #27, followed by the
#41 of Matt Frey. "The Green Machine" Nate Walton in the #88
took home a podium finish in the 3rd spot.
Twisted Tea Dwarf cars were eager for their first feature of the
year. 2015 champion Jason Wyman in the #88 took home the 1st
place hardware for the evening. New comer Norman Forest in the
#01 had a great start to his year finishing in the 2nd spot. The
#41 Jeff Ainsworth rounded out the top 3.
The next feature of the evening would be the Wells River Chevy
Tiger division. This division was combine with the Strictly
Stock division. 20 cars started the main event. Lots of side by
side racing had the fans on the edge of their seats. When the
checkers flew the #4 of Shane Sicard had a good view of the flag
as he came home victorious. The #9 machine of Matt Morrill had
an amazing 2nd place finish as he was involved in a caution flag
sending him to the rear of the field. He raced his way back
through the field to finish in the 2nd position. Tyler Farnham
#14 took home his first trophy of the year finishing 3rd.
The Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Mini's were set to
battle for the 20 lap Main event. Scotty Corey, 2015 champion,
made his way to the front and didn't look back, Michael "Tito"
Richards Jr. gave corey a run for his money but ran out of laps
racing home to a 2nd place finish. Brett Jackson #31 rounded out
the top 3.
It was and exciting race to watch in the front of the pack for
the Napa Late Model 50 lap Main event. Quinny Welch and
"Flooring" Oren Remick battled door handle to door handle for
several laps. They switched positions back and forth and when
all was over Welch in the 78 took home the win and Remick in the
#21 took 2nd. Mike Jurkowski rounded out the top 3.
Next on the schedule for May 21st, 2016 will be the Granite
State Pro Stock Series. They will invade the mountain along with
WMMP'S 5 regular divisons. Practice Starts at 2:00 with racing
starting at 5:00 p.m. Grab a friend or two and come on out to
WMMP to watch some edge of your seat racing. Hope to see you
|8" Late Models and
Tigers/Strictly Stocks practice tires will be available after
Tuesday, April 19th. Tire pricing is $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.
|CAMPGROUND WILL OPEN ON MAY
(NO RVs/Campers prior to that date)
CAMPGROUND REGULATIONS PDF
CAMPGROUND REGISTRATION PDF
|5/7 PRACTICE DAY
|2016 WMMP SCHEDULE
ON SCHEDULE PAGE
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|2016 DIVISION ANNOUNCEMENT
|Donnie and Terri Avery and Family,
along with a very dedicated staff, would like to announce a race
format change for the 2016 racing season and beyond.
After a great deal of thought, some testing, and great feedback
from race teams from years past, we will be combining the
Strictly Stock and the Tiger Sportsman divisions to provide even
more exciting competition. The Tiger Sportsman group has always
seen great action, and with the addition of the Strictly Stocks,
the car count increase should make the racing even better.
But patience will be needed. The Strictly Stock rules have been
redone in a way that should not be too costly for the racers.
Additional rules may have to be addressed as the season goes
along. The majority of drivers that have called have been very
helpful and wish to make this work for both the competitors and