REGULAR EVENT WMMP'S 6 DIVISION'S
August 8th, 2015 @ 6 PM
463 Daniel Webster Hwy
North Woodstock, NH 03262
Posted: July 4th, 2010
Happy Independance Day Weekend to all of our fans and their families. Awesome weather prevailed for our night of racing here at WMMP. We hosted the northeast mini stock tour which held a 50 lap feature. For complete race details regarding the NEMST please go to www.northeastministocktour.com.
Posted: June 27th, 2010
Passing showers played a role at WMMP this weekend, as we hosted the AMERICAN CANADIAN TOUR Late Models with a 150 lap feature. Another poor turnout in the SuperSportsman Tiger division allowed for Gerald Griswold and Mike Moore to be scored points by running with the Beacon Motel Strictly Street division. Great news for Gerald Griswold as this is his second week being scored without the rest of the field, Mike Moore's first week.
Posted: June 21st, 2010
Posted: June 6th, 2010
Early rain showers and tornado watches have no effect on the positive thinking that takes place here at White Mountain Motorsports Park. Peaks of sunshine melted away most of the clouds and the sounds of racing filled the Pemi valley of Woodstock. For the first time at WMMP we were proud to sponsor the ACT sanctioned Tiger Tour with a 100 lap feature at the end of the night. Three qualifiers early on gave third place finishes to Jason Corliss, Joe Steffan and Eric Badore. Second place finishes went to George May, Jason Bonnett and Tommy Therrien. Winning their qualifiers were Derek O'Donnell, David Finck and Bobby Therrien. Two Consi's were held with the top three of both moving on to the feature. In the first Consi Tucker Williams placed third, Chip Grenier took second and Joy Webb the win. The second Consi saw Joey Roberts place third, Mike Ziter second and the win went to Dave Pembroke. The Feature was a 100 lap event and to say it was riddled with cautions would be an understatement. Luckily no one was injured but there was certainly a lot of racing action with thirty cars on the track at once. Tony Rossi and Jimmy Hebert started on the first row and pretty much stayed there for quite some time, battling for the lead with each restart. Rossi came up short however coming out of turn three during the race and spun out, losing the lead and giving it up to Jimmy Hebert. Hebert certainly had been waiting for this opportunity, however he had company who had made their way to the front as well. Tommy Therrien and Bobby Therrien had also faught their way up front. In an exciting move, Tommy Therrien took the lead away from Hebert who did not have enough on the outside to challenge Therrien for the lead. Once the checkers flew, Bobby Therrien placed third, Jimmy Hebert landed second and the win was awarded to Tommy Therrien.
Posted: May 30th, 2010
The fans turned out to watch some racing at White Mountain Motorsports Park on a georgous Memorial Day Weekend. Warm weather and gentle breezes dominated the afternoon as cars from all divisions took to the track for practice. Racing was halted during the night as a spectator fell, injuring himself in the process. Racing was suspended as emergency personnel from the track tended to the injured spectator. WMMP wishes to thank Lin-Wood Ambulance for their speedy responce and to several members of the Whitefield Fire and Rescue ( I believe ) who were in the stands and came to the aid of this injured man. Our very own Speedway safety services and Golden Cross Ambulance also attended to this man's medical needs. When this press release was generated it was unknown the extent of the man's injuries or the identity of the spectator who was injured.
Posted: May 23rd, 2010
Racing resumed at White Mountain Motorsports Park for the 2010 racing season here tonight with the return of the Pro All Star Series. A very near capacity crowd squeezed themselves into WMMP with 34 entries for 28 spots for the PASS 150. Georgous weather helped to make for a delightful afternoon of racing and with the hotdogs selling like, well, hotdogs should, people in the stands and the pits saw some great racing. With only a very few cautions the PASS 150 saw the 44 of Trevor Sanborn take third, the 80 of Louies Mchalides second and Johnny Clark in the 54 the win. For complete race details please go to www.proallstarsseries.com and click on White Mountain Motorsports Park.
Posted: May 16th, 2010
Cool weather and dark clouds greeted race fans for the first weekend at White Mountain Motorsports. A new division was added to replace the Shuttle Connection Super Streets. The Avery Sweeping Tiger Division saw six cars on opening day. We certainly hope for more in the coming weeks. Twenty four NAPA Late Models showed up for the car show, a strong showing for sure. We had twelve kids trucks the first day with only four being veteran drivers.
Posted: May 11th, 2010
As most of you know, White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) has incorporated the exact same rules for their Super Sportsman Division as we have at Thunder Road (TR) with the ACT Bond Tiger Sportsman. Obviously, we are very supportive of this change for 2010 at WMMP. We encourage Thunder Road Tigers to help support WMMP in the growth of this division, especially this spring as they get things started. The following outlines some of the procedures that WMMP will be using as they start up this new division. If you have any questions you can contact Donnie Avery at WMMP at 603-745-6727 or contact the ACT office and we can get answers for you.
Posted: February 3rd, 2010
A rule change this year was in the Kids Truck Division. The new age for a Truck Driver will be twelve years of age by May 1st. 2010. WMMP has decided to change the age do to the interest of that age group.
Posted: December 30th, 2009
Christmas Eve wasn't a happy event for the Parker Family as the news came that Mimi had passed away.
Posted: November 28th, 2009
The 2009 Racing Banquet was held for the fifteenth year in a row at the Beacon resort. Ed Clermont and his team put out quality food again this year. The awards were handed out recognizing the drivers from each division.
Posted: September 18th, 2009
Racing action was threatened by scattered showers here at WMMP. The last points race of the season was capped off by a 150 lap Pro All Star Series feature event. Racing action for the P.A.S.S. began with three, 15 lap qualifiers. A semi-feature was also held and the field was set for the feature. With a couple of minor caution events during the feature, taking third at the checkers was Kelly Moore. Second place went to Ben Rowe and taking the win after leading throughout the night was Richie Dearborn. For complete track results and qualifiers, semi-feature feature results please go to www.proallstarseries.com to check on drivers' point standings at the conclusion of tonight's event.
Posted: September 12th, 2009
Threatening weather kept a bulk of the crowd away this week as racing action was hot with only one more week of points racing after tonight. Fans and drivers alike reported rain all around us but racing went on uninterupted this week. Three qualifiers were held in the NAPA Late Model division of 12 laps apiece. This first qualifier we saw Tom Smithers take third, Travis Fadden second and Bernie Langtagne first. The second qualifier we saw Jeremy Welch take third, Stacy Cahoon second and Dan Colby first. The third qualifier we had Todd Aldrich place third, Quinten Welch second and Orin Remick the win. The Semi feature event was ten laps in length and Todd Aldrich placed third, Travis Fadden second and Jeremy Welch the win. The fifty lap feature event was pretty rough with some visiting drivers here for the first or second time this year. There seemed to be quite a bit of bumping and nudging going on towards the midpack and the rear. This interupted the action as cautions flew. The point leaders made their way towards the front and with ten laps to go, Stacy Cahoon followed Quinten Welch around Dan Colby who was third and challenge Donnie Lashua for the lead. Quinten Welch took over the lead and with a caution again at lap 45, we saw Welch start on the pole and Cahoon on the inside, second row. As the final five laps played out, Dan Colby worked his way into victory lane with a third place finish. Stacy Cahoon settled for second as he just didn't have enough to challenge the leader and feature winner, Quinten Welch, who drove into victory lane proudly waving the checkered flag. With next week being the final points race, action should be awesome as these drivers battle it out for the championship.
Posted: September 5th, 2009
Race teams and race fans returned to White Mountain Motorsports Park this weekend after enduring two consecutive rainouts in a row. Racing action was at its finest this week with three qualifiers in the NAPA Late Model Division. The first one saw Donnie Lashua place third, Quinten Welch second and Glenn Martel the win. The second qualifier we saw Oren Remick place third, Todd Aldrich second and Brockton Davis the win. The third qualifier saw Will Avery place third, Travis Fadden second and Stacy Cahoon the win. The ten lap consi saw Stacy Cahoon place third, Glenn Martel second and Brockton Davis the win. This set Davis up for the possibility of a triple crown for the night. Going into the fifty lap feature we saw Davis work his way up to fourth place and at about lap 25 he made his move on the leaders. Going to the outside he worked his way up continuing to pass and by lap 31 had captured the lead. The first caution of the night came out at lap 32 when new driver to the track spun out at turn 3 and Norm Andrews had to brake hard to avoid contact. The restart placed Davis at the pole and when the green flew the pedal went to the metal and Davis took the lead, setting a blistering pace. At lap 36 mayhem broke out as David LaBrecque spun out in front of point leader Quinten Welch who expertly avoided contact and drove out unscathed. Davis continued to lead the field from the restart and as the checkers flew, won himself the triple crown. Placing second was Glenn Martel and third went to Todd Aldrich.
463 Daniel Webster Hwy
North Woodstock, NH 03262