Posted: July 22nd, 2005
North Woodstock, New Hampshire Ė Under clear blue skies, a jammed packed grandstand enjoyed another night of on the edge of your seat racing at the White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, NH. Winners during the night were Glenn Martel, Brockton Davis, Jeff Marshall, Rubin Call, Cam Clairmont, and Joshua Cantara.
The Napa Late Models rolled on to the ľ mile oval for a 35-lap feature that was a great race. Richie Bean of Bradford, VT started on the pole and looked strong for the first part of the race. After a caution he had problems with his car which ended his night. Glenn Martel of Gilmanton, NH, took the checkered flag in his qualifying heat. He did it again during the Semi-Feature. During the feature Martel was no different. Glenn Martel gained the top spot with only a couple of laps to go and held on for the finish. That makes two Triple Crowns so far for Glenn Martel during the 2005 season. Crossing the strip second was Newport, VTís, Rick Thompson Jr. Marc Belanger of Whitefield, NH, finished third. Stacy Cahoon now grabs the top spot in the points with his fourth place finish. Randy Potter came in fifth.
The 30-lap feature for the Gilmour Jeep Ford Dodge Super Streets was an incredible show at the Park. It was one of those races were the leader changed every couple of laps. With only a few laps to go, it was Brockton Davis of Whitefield, NHís, turn. He got to the top spot with some hard chargers on his back bumper. Arnold Stygles of Bradford, VT, chased Davis for second and Scott Vien of Wentworth, NH, finished in third. Craig Roy came in fourth and points leader Tim Casey came in fifth.
After a night off last week, the Beacon Motel and Resort Strictly Streets came back in force. It was a dogfight from start to finish. Gary Griswold II of Bath, NH, started on the pole with Jody Sicard of Barton, VT, riding on the outside. Lap after lap, the two of them drove side by side changing positions each time around. Meanwhile, Jeff Marshall of Groveton, NH, who went into the night as the points leader, worked his way though the field and then came onto the leaders. He didnít stop there. He gained the top spot and held on for the win. Marshall remains the points leader in the Super Street Division with Gary Griswold II finishing the race in second place. Jody Sicard in third, Jason Rogers in fourth, and David Baron Sr. in fifth.
Rubin Call of Concord, VT, went two for two in the Woodsville Guaranty Saving Bank Strictly Mini Division. During Callís qualifying heat he dominated the field and finished with the checkered flag. Feature time was no different as Rubin Call lead the field of competitors to the strip with the win. The Strictly Mini points leader, Jason Welch of Weare, NH, had to settle for a second place finish. Dan Curren of Danbury, NH, was also in victory lane with a third place finish. Blain Dorman and Opie Thayer were fourth and fifth.
Also making an appearance on the high banks of White Mountain Motorsports Park was the HK Powersports Kids Trucks Division. In the 10-lap B Feature, it was new comer Cam Clairmont, riding in Jared Martelís truck, getting the win. Steve Legendre, who just turned old enough to race, started his career with a second place finish in his first time on the track. Doug Willey finished in third. Erin Vien and Cody LaBlanc came in fourth and fifth.
During the A Feature, Joshua Cantara came up though the field to get the win. Benjamin Lynch came in second and Cody Blake in third. Aaron Ricker came in fourth and Mac McDuffie in fifth.
Next Saturday Night, all five divisions will be in action with a special 40-lap feature for the Beacon Motel and Resort Strictly Streets. Gates open at 2pm, practice begins at 4pm and the first green flag waves at 6pm. White Mountain Motorsports Park is located on Route 3 in North Woodstock, New Hampshire. For more information on the track you can visit the website at www.whitemtnmotorsports.com or call 603-745-6727.