Posted: August 14th, 2010
After starting mid-pack and overcoming a hard fought battle, Oren Remick came out on top to score his first NAPA LMS victory of the season. With just six points counting events left it was no holes barred racing at the front. After a caution for a minor spin on lap 17, the restart saw 4-wide action coming out of the second turn, and then again 3 wide action off turn four and down the frontstretch, on lap 34, neither of which brought out another caution flag. Remick worked over eventual second place finisher Ben Lynch looking for a hole for more than ten laps before hooking it high in turn one and powering his way around to the point. Third place finisher Tyler Cahoon was coming on strong to take that second spot, but the laps wound down and the checkers flew before he could gain his momentum.
Posted: August 10th, 2010
The weather this weekend was great at White Mountain Motorsports Park. We had five divisions of racing PLUS the New England Antique Racers with both Sportsman and Modified cars here to put on a great show for the crowd. We also needed to have a make-up race for the Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini division from a couple of weeks back, so there was plenty of racing to enjoy tonight.
Posted: August 1st, 2010
WMMP was happy to have many kids of all ages turn out for tonights' kids bike race sponsored by WEIDMANN ELECTRIC TECHNOLOGIES. Kids were seperated by four catagories; age 5 and under, 6 & 7 y/o, 8 & 9 y/o and 10 years old and older. In the 5 and under class we had Delaney Raymond come in third, JJ Goodbout second and Devon Snider take the win. In the 6 & 7 year old class we had Camden Burt take third, Storm Snider second and Lucas McKenzie the win. For the 8 & 9 year old class Tyler Guerriero came in third,Cameron Raymond second and Nate Walton the win. In the final class, the 10 year old and older group, Cameron Poulton took third, Quinten Ross second and Dillan Boynton the win. Each of the top three received a trophy and the winner from each group received a special bag with a $25 wal-mart card inside among other special prizes. We hope all of our kids had fun competing and look forward to next year's race.
Posted: July 25th, 2010
Racing action was going pretty smooth tonight, with qualifiers running like clockwork going right into feature events. Then a slight glance over the left shoulder and you could tell it was not going to last. Rain moved in from the Notch and that pretty much ruined the track condition. With the high humidity in the air, even after the rain stopped, the track was lost. Some racing action did take place, so here is what happened.
Posted: July 19th, 2010
NAPA Late Model Action was as hot as the weather tonight in Woodstock NH. With the cool river water tempting many in the heat of the afternoon, drivers and crews worked to ready the cars. During qualifing, drivers taking third place were Tyler Cahoon, Bernie Lantange and Tim Churchill. Coming in second were Dwayne Lamphear, Quinten Welch and Brockton Davis. Winning their qualifiers were Norm Andrews, Oren Remick and Branden Talon. The semi-feature saw Quinten Welch in third, Norm Andrews second and Oren Remick the win. This placed Remick in a position to possibly win a triple crown. During the feature Branden Talon took an early lead and hung in strong, keeping the rest of the field at his six with Tyler Alati having to settle for second and Bernie Lantange third. Congratulations to Branden on his win!
Posted: July 13th, 2010
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.
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