TEST & TUNE
May 9th, 2015 @ 12-5 PM
Posted: May 14th, 2005
North Woodstock, NH – Shiny cars, new paint, new tires, no dents, this can only mean it’s the beginning of the 2005 Season at White Mountain Motorsports Park. It was the Annual Car Show and Practice Day and the cars looked better than ever. This was truly one of the hardest field of cars to judge in the history of the park. The amount of work that has gone into this years cars can’t be measured by hours, for this you have to use the calander. Looking at any of the cars in the car show, you can see months of painstaking work.
The day began by welcoming a new divisional sponsor to White Mountain Motorsports Park. HK Powersports has come on board as the divisional sponsor for the Kids Trucks Division. HK Powersports offers nine powersport brands to choose from in three locations, Hooksett, Laconia, and Tilton. For more information on their products and services, log on to http://www.hkpowersports.com.
The car show this year was filled with full fields of cars in all five divisions. The judges really had their work cut out for them, as they looked over each and every entry in the Annual Car Show.
In the HK Powersports Kids Trucks Division, rookie driver Cody Blake’s number 99 took home third place honors, Joshua Cantara’s 81 came in second and Aaron Ricker’s number 2 came in first place.
The Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Minis had rookie driver Bruce Melendy’s number 20 taking home a third place trophy in the car show. Bruce Melendy moves up this year to the Strictly Minis from the Kids Trucks Division. New to WMMP is Rubin Call’s number 71, which can in second place. Jason Welch’s number 21 took Best of Show for the Strictly Mini Division.
The next division for the judges was the Beacon Motel and Resort Strictly Stocks. Don Moore’s 23 got the third place trophy. Jamie Longley’s 55 came in second. First place went to Gary Griswold’s number 12.
The Gilmour Jeep Ford Dodge Super Street Division also had a great showing of craftsmanship at the WMMP Annual Car Show. There was a tie for third place, Howard Switser’s number 36 and Todd Goodness’s 29 both receiving third place honors. Todd Goodness returns to the park after a taking a year off. Goodness returns with a move from the Strictly Street Division to the Super Street Division. The Second Place trophy went to Arnold Stygles’s 77. Doug Laleme’s number 74 came in first place.
The Napa Late Models was one of the hardest divisions to judge. There was a three-way tie for third place. Pete Potvin III’s 41, Quinten Welch’s 78, and Mike Gosselin’s number 9 all came in third place. Richie Bean’s number 77 took second place honors and Russ Clark’s number 02 earned first place, Best of Show in the Napa Late Model Division.
After the car show all five divisions took to the high banks of the ¼ mile oval for some practice laps. Some needed practice laps more than others but everyone got a chance to work out some of the bugs in their vehicles before the first races of the season. A big congratulations go out to all the teams for their incredible craftsmanship over the winter months. White Mountain Motorsports Park is located on Route 3 in North Woodstock, NH. The 2005 season gets underway this Sunday, May 15th at noon, as Littleton Chevrolet presents a day at the races. All five divisions will be in action. For more info on WMMP, phone the track hotline at 603-745-6727 or logon to http://www.whitemtnmotorsports.com.
463 Daniel Webster Hwy
North Woodstock, NH 03262