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Groveton, NH's Quinny Welch, seen here following one of his five Late Model
wins this season, was honored on Saturday as the 2019 White Mountain
Motorsports Park "King of the Mountains". (Mark Alan Sumner photo)
“King of the Mountains”
Welch Leads Honorees
at 2019 WMMP Banquet
N. Woodstock, NH - Groveton's Quinny Welch was officially bestowed the title of 2019 "King of the Mountains" at the 2019 White Mountain Motorsports Park Banquet of Champions on Saturday, November 2. Welch was just one of dozens of drivers recognized as part of the end-of-season celebration held at the Days Inn of Lincoln, NH.

Welch had one of the most dominating seasons in Foley Oil & Propane Late Model history en route to his fifth straight track championship and eighth overall. The veteran won five races and finished in the top-five of all 14 point-counting events to easily beat out veterans Stacy Cahoon, Mike Bailey, and Oren Remick. In fact, Welch never trailed in the standings all season, posting an average finish of 2.36.

"It was a good year - a strong, consistent year," Welch said in his acceptance speech. "It all comes by having a great team. Everybody at my table helped make this possible...without a good race car and team, I'm not going to do much."

Welch went on to thank all of his crew members, Crazy Horse Racing for their work on his cars, his family members for their support, and track co-owner Cris Michaud for his work the past season. He also acknowledged Late Model runner-up and longtime friend Stacy Cahoon as well as the entire Late Model class for their efforts.

"The whole Late Model division this year was super," Welch noted. "The drivers were respectful. There weren't very many times you had to replace body panels. It's a great group of guys."

Barton, VT's Shane Sicard was honored as the champion of the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers. Sicard won his second straight title with a performance even more impressive than Welch's. He won eight of the 15 Flying Tiger features with a pair of four-race winning streaks. Sicard had an average finish of 2.27 with no result lower than sixth.

Bethlehem's Dustin Jackson received the top award as champion of the Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini's. Jackson dueled with Ryan Ware and defending champion Adam Sicard atop the standings for most of the season. He trailed Ware by 18 points with two races remaining. But Jackson won both of those races - his third and fourth wins of the season - to come from behind for the championship. He then added a fifth win in a non-point season-ending special.

Waterford, VT's Andy Hill accepted the championship trophy for the 7-Eleven Dwarf Cars. Hill won six of the nine Dwarf Car features and only finished off the podium one time. It was enough to convincingly win the title over Dave Gyger and Jason Wyman.

Waterbury Center, VT's Jason Woodard was in attendance as the Flying Tiger Triple Crown Series Champion. Woodard, who won the season-long Flying Tiger Championship at Vermont's Thunder Road, posted a win and two second-place finishes in the three-race series. Shane Sicard and Hinesburg, VT's Cooper Bouchard were also recognized for finishing second and third in the standings.

The entire Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Truck division was also recognized at the banquet. The youth racing class had another great season with six different winners and exciting action at every event, including multiple last-lap passes for the win.

A trio of special awards were also presented as part of the festivities. Strictly Stock Mini racer Dave Driscoll of Lincoln was given the inaugural Avery Award for his contributions to racing at WMMP. Driscoll has involved in WMMP as a driver, car owner, and crew member for more than 20 years. He's raced in almost every division and has also been a crew member for multiple championship teams. His Strictly Stock Mini team currently fields multiple cars so family and friends can also experience the thrill of the high banks.

Lyndonville, VT's Scott Corey received the WMMP Most Improved Driver Award. Corey had far and away the best season of his Late Model career in 2019. He posted his first career win in a make-up feature on July 13 to cap a Triple Crown with heat and semi-feature wins. Corey finish fifth in the final Late Model standings with nine top-10 finishes.

Brett Jackson, the father of Strictly Stock Mini Champion Dustin, was honored with the WMMP Sportsmanship Award. Jackson and his team displayed great character both on and off the track. He raced hard but clean and treated other competitors respectfully while also helping them out in the pit area. He also never let his son's championship battle affect how he drove against him or others.

The Banquet of Champions puts an official wrap on the 2019 White Mountain Motorsports Park season. The track office is working on the 2020 WMMP schedule of events and division rules with hopes to release both by early December.

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963 or  media@acttour.com.You can also follow us on Facebook at @WhiteMtnMotorsports.
 
Photo by Mark Alan Sumner
2019 WMMP Season:
By the Numbers
It's time to take a look at the numbers that defined the White Mountain Motorsports Park season! "By the Numbers" is an off-season feature that's been done by our Thunder Road friends for many years, and this year, we've decided to take the deep dive. You'll find out how many drivers had winning in streaks in 2019 (hint: it was a lot), just how dominating Quinny Welch and Shane Sicard were, how wide an age range there was in Victory Lane this year, and much more! Read more below and let us know if you think there are some big numbers we missed!

(All statistics include non-point-counting events unless otherwise noted.)

1 - Both Quinny Welch (Late Models) and Shane Sicard (Flying Tigers) ranked first in their division's point standings for the entire season, going wire-to-wire for their championships. (Welch finished second in the Late Model Spring Green opener, but this was a "show points" events so he ended the night tied for first in points.)

1.7 - Average finish for Jason Woodard (2, 1, 2) on his way to winning the Flying Tiger Triple Crown Series championship.

2 - Number of four-race winning streaks for Shane Sicard this year. He won the first four Flying Tiger features of the season and had another four-race run near season's end.

3 - Number of family duos that won features at WMMP in 2019: brothers Shane Sicard (Flying Tigers) and Adam Sicard (Strictly Stock Minis), father-son Brett and Dustin Jackson (Strictly Stock Minis), and uncle-nephew Matthew and Michael Potter (Flying Tigers).

3 - Number of drivers who had double-digit podium finishes. Shane Sicard had 12, Quinny Welch had 11, and Dustin Jackson had 10.

3 - Ben Belanger won the Flying Tiger Triple Crown series finale in just his third start in the division.

4 - Number of drivers that won at least five races in 2019: Shane Sicard (8), Andy Hill (6), Quinny Welch (5), and Dustin Jackson (5).

5 - Consecutive "King of the Mountains" titles for Quinny Welch. He has eight Late Model championships overall.

5 - Five non-Kids Truck drivers ages 21 and under won at least one feature: Stephen Donahue, Kaleb Rogers, Christian Laflamme, Ryan Ware, and Tyler Thompson.

7 - Ryan Ware had a streak of seven straight podium finishes from May 18 to July 6, the longest such streak of the year.

10 - Number of different times that a driver won at least two races in a row. The drivers were: Quinny Welch (x2), Nick Sweet, Wayne Helliwell Jr., Shane Sicard (x2), Adam Sicard, Dustin Jackson, and Andy Hill (x2). The Kids Trucks were the only division that did not have at least one back-to-back winner.

12 - Combined number of wins for the Sicard family. Shane Sicard had eight Flying Tiger wins and Adam Sicard had four Strictly Stock Mini victories.

14 - Quinny Welch finished in the top-5 in all 14 point-counting Late Model events in 2019.

15 - Quinny Welch, Shane Sicard, Dustin Jackson tied for the most top-10 finishes with 15 each. None of them finished outside the top-10 in any race they entered.

31 - Number of different winners across all WMMP divisions. (8 Late Models, 7 Flying Tigers, 6 Strictly Stock Minis, 4 Dwarf Cars, and 6 Kids Trucks).

15 years, 179 days - Tyler Thompson was the youngest non-Kids Truck driver to win a race in 2019. He was this age when he won his first Strictly Stock Mini feature on June 29.

59 years, 184 days - Bobby Brown became the oldest driver to win a race at WMMP this year when he captured the Dwarf Car feature on August 3. Three other drivers age 57+ won a race this year: Strictly Stock Mini racer Brett Jackson (58 years, 6 days on June 8), Dwarf Car racer Norm Forest (57 years, 59 days on September 7), and Strictly Stock Mini racer Les Washburn (57 years, 68 days on July 13).

66.7% - Andy Hill won six of the nine Dwarf Car features he ran for a 66.7% winning percentage, the highest of any driver.

151 - Different drivers who ran at least one point-counting feature at WMMP this year.

$10,000 - Amount of money Wayne Helliwell Jr. took home for winning the Midsummer 250 on August 3.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5th
Photos by Emily Miller
Gray Takes Top Spot Late for
Rusty's Towing Enduro Win
N. Woodstock, NH - E. Thetford, VT's Brandon Gray took it to the bank at White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, October 5 by scoring the win in the Rusty's Towing & Recovery Enduro. Gray came out on top of a back-and-forth battle with Orleans, VT's Cody Hodge to grab the victory and the $3,000 top prize.

Hodge had dominated much of the season-ending event, which was shortened to 127 laps from the originally scheduled 200. However, Gray was able to run him down late in the going, setting up a shootout over the final laps. Gray took the lead from Hodge with 11 laps to go and seemed poised for the victory. But Hodge wasn't done and swiped the top spot back from Gray with six circuits remaining.

Gray wasn't done, though, either. He retook the lead from Hodge just as the red flag came out with three laps to go when Jason Wyman rear-ended the stopped Justin Blakely machine. When the green flag came back out, Gray held off Hodge over a 2+-lap sprint to the finish for the $3,000 victory.

Derby Line, VT's Kyle Willis finished in third. Brian Newton, Bill Davis, Hunter Wilkins, Steven Parker II, Mike Mayberry, Jamie Heath, and Michael Norcross completed the top-10.

Contoocook's Emerson Cayer was also a big winner on Saturday as he triumphed in the $1,500-to-win North East Mini Stock Tour (NEMST) Four-Cylinder Nationals. Berlin's Cody LeBlanc dominated most of the 100-lap main event, and at one point, he had lapped all but the top-five cars.

However, the power steering on LeBlanc's car began to go away around the 70-lap mark, and as a result, Cayer and Matt Sonnhalter were able to run him down. Cayer eventually got the lead with 12 laps to go and beat out Sonnhalter. It was the second straight win in the Four-Cylinder Nationals for the multi-time NEMST Champion.

E. Thetford, VT's Sonnhalter finished second. Andover's Mat Boucher took third after LeBlanc blew an engine with three laps remaining. Erin Aiken, Joe Katola, Louis Maher, Jason Kimball, Isaac Rollins, Tommy Silva, and Desmond Skillings rounded out the top-10.

Bethlehem's Dustin Jackson capped his remarkable season with the win in the $500-to-win special for the Woodsville Guaranty Savings Back Strictly Stock Mini's. Jackson, the newly-crowned Strictly Stock Mini track champion, started sixth in the 50-lap event. He was already up to second on lap eight when the first caution flew for Nick Ogden's spin

On the restart, Jackson swiped the lead from the hands of N. Woodstock's Jason Fallman. Two more cautions came out on lap 18, including an incident involving Jamie Ball on the restart that drew a red flag. But there was no stopping Jackson as he drove off to his fifth win of the season.

Fallman chased Jackson the whole way but settled for second. Barton, VT's Adam Sicard came in third. Colby Bourgeois, Adde MacDonald, Brett Jackson, Jillian Baumgardner, Darren Newland, John Knight, and Todd Barrington also earned top-10 finishes.

The White Mountain Motorsports Park 2019 racing season is now completed. The Banquet of Champions will be held Saturday, November 2 at the Days Inn of Lincoln, NH. Schedule and rules information for the 2020 season will be released over the coming months.

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963 or media@acttour.com. You can also follow us on Facebook at @WhiteMtnMotorsports.
WOODSVILLE GUARANTY SAVINGS BANK
STRICTLY STOCK MINIS
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Dustin Jackson ( 37 ) Bethlehem, NH
2. Jason Fallman ( 21 ) N. Woodstock, NH
3. Adam Sicard ( 16 ) Barton, VT
4. Colby Bourgeois ( 82 ) St. Johnsbury, VT
5. Addie MacDonald ( 56 ) #N/A
6. Brett Jackson ( 31 ) Bethlehem, NH
7. #Jillian Baumgardner ( 14 ) N. Woodstock, NH
8. #Darren Newland ( 25 ) E. Burke, VT
9. John Knight ( 12 ) Franklin, NH
10. Todd Barrington ( 57 ) Littleton, NH
11. Nick Ogden ( 9 ) Oxford, ME
12. #Andrew Kachmarik ( 94 ) Maidstone, VT
13. Scott Senecal ( 1 ) Lisbon, NH
14. Rusty Drew III ( 4 ) Franklin, NH
15. Les Washburn ( 11 ) Bethlehem, NH
       
North East Mini Stock Tour 100
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps
1. Emerson Cayer ( 88 ), Contoocook, NH
2. Matt Sonnhalter ( 33VT ), E. Thetford, VT
3. Mat Boucher ( 71 ), Andover, NH
4. Erin Aiken ( 33NH ), Claremont, NH
5. Joe Katola ( 4K ), Lisbon Falls, ME
6. Louis Maher ( 69Z ), Spencer, MA
7. Jason Kimball ( 20 ), Pittson, ME
8. Isaac Rollins ( 10 ), Hudson, ME
9. Tommy Silva ( 34 ), Groton, CT
10. Desmond Skillings ( 90 ), Antrim, NH
11. Kyle Gray ( 55X ), Carmel, ME
12. Cody LeBlanc ( 7NH ), Berlin, NH
13. Dana Shepard ( 43VT ), Putney, VT
14. Alex Poisson ( 49 ), Claremont, NH
15. Matthew Kimball ( 50 ), Bennington, NH
16. Cale Skillings ( 95 ), Antrim, NH
17. Mike Viens ( 85 ), Seekonk, MA
18. Robert Anderson ( 55 ), Oxford, MA
19. Mitch Bombard ( 54 ), Willimantic, CT
20. Jake Rheaume ( 18NH ), Rochester, NH
21. Donny Silva ( 71S ), Hudson, ME
22. Tim Paquette ( 93 ), Bennington, NH
23. Nick Maniatis ( 63 ), Hooksett, NH
24. Justin Faford ( 04 ), Westminster, MA
       
RUSTY'S TOWING & RECOVERY ENDURO
NOTE: EVENT SHORTENED TO 127 LAPS
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Brandon Gray ( 95 ) Thetford, VT
2. Cody Hodge ( 72 ) Orleans, VT
3. Kyle Willis ( 43 ) Derby Line, VT
4. Brian Newton ( 26 ) Wells River, VT
5. Bill Davis ( 113 ) Monson, MA
6. Hunter Wilkins ( 117 ) Thornton, NH
7. Steven Parker II ( 09 ) Lyndonville, VT
8. Mike Mayberry ( 7 ) Naples, ME
9. Jamie Heath ( 123 ) Waterford, ME
10. Michael Norcross ( 23 ) N. Haverhill, NH
11. Jason Wyman ( 88 ) Easton, NH
12. Brian Clark ( 16 ) Milton, VT
13. Frank Putney ( 86 ) Graniteville, VT
14. Justin Blakely ( 17 ) Graniteville, VT
15. Nathan Ladeau ( 413 ) N. Haverhill, NH
16. Pete Kolbe, Jr. ( 77 ) Lisbon, ME
17. Trevor Day ( 114 ) Orange, VT
18. Adam Gray ( 197 ) Granby, MA
19. Darren Newland ( 21 ) E. Burke, VT
20. Chris LaForest ( 56 ) Barre, VT
21. Jake Gorham ( 156 ) Lyndonville, VT
22. Randy Johnson ( 75 ) E. Barre, VT
23. Bo Potter ( 22 ) Meredith, NH
24. Josh Kennett ( 5 ) E. Barre, VT
       
2019 WMMP CHAMPIONS
Photos by Mark Alan Sumner
Groveton, NH's Quinny Welch takes a victory lap after 
     securing the 2019 "King of the Mountains" crown.
FOLEY OIL & PROPANE LATE MODELS
2019 TRACK CHAMPION: QUINNY WELCH
WELLS RIVER CHEVROLET FLYING TIGERS
SHANE SICARD - #4nh - BARTON, VT
WELLS RIVER CHEVROLET FLYING TIGERS
FLYING TIGER TRIPLE CROWN SERIES
JASON WOODARD - # 68vt - WATERBURY CNTR., VT
WOODSVILLE GUARANTY SAVINGS BANK
STRICTLY STOCK MINIS
DUSTIN JACKSON - #37 - BETHLEHAM, NH
7-ELEVEN DWARF CARS
ANDY HILL - #8 - WATERFORD, VT
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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
NEW PIT ENTRY AGE LIMITS
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.

SPECIAL RULES ARE IN EFFECT FOR THIS NEW PROGRAM

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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