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Triple Crown #1
Barton, VT's Shane Sicard opened the White Mountain season
with a dominating victory in the J.P. Sicard Triple Crown Series
for the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers.
(John Raper photo)
J.P. SICARD TRIPLE CROWN SERIES
WELLS RIVER CHEVROLET FLYING TIGERS

Pos., Start Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps
1. ( 4 ) Shane Sicard ( 4nh ) , Barton, VT , 75 Laps
2. ( 6 ) Jason Woodard ( 68vt ) , Waterbury Ctr., VT , 75 Laps
3. ( 5 ) Brandon Gray ( 00vt ) , Thetford, VT , 75 Laps
4. ( 2 ) Matthew Potter ( 23vt ) , Marshfield, VT , 75 Laps
5. ( 7 ) #Tanner Woodard ( 68nh ) , Waterbury Ctr., VT , 75 Laps
6. ( 10 ) Bryan Wall Jr. ( 77nh ) , East Kingston, NH , 75 Laps
7. ( 8 ) Ryan Ware ( 32vt ) , East Burke, VT , 75 Laps
8. ( 1 ) Michael Potter ( 23nh ) , Plainfield, VT , 75 Laps
9. ( 9 ) Colin Cornell ( 54vt ) , E. Burke, VT , 75 Laps
10. ( 15 ) Russell Clark ( 02nh ) , Littleton, NH , 73 Laps
11. ( 12 ) Jody Sicard ( 49nh ) , Gilmanton, NH , 65 Laps
12. ( 13 ) Jaden Perry ( 92vt ) , Hardwick, VT , 52 Laps
13. ( 11 ) Chris Laforest ( 56vt ) , Barre, VT , 31 Laps
14. ( 3 ) #Chandler Potter ( 22nh ) , Plainfield, VT , 10 Laps
15. ( 16 ) Hunter King ( 62vt ) , Woodbury, VT , 3 Laps
16. ( 14 ) David Ofsuryk ( 73ct ) , Holland, VT , 2 Laps
Sicard Opens White Mountain Season
with Dominating Triple Crown Win
N. Woodstock, NH -- Barton, VT's Shane Sicard showed why he's a three-time defending White Mountain Motorsports Park champion with a dominating victory in the J.P. Sicard Triple Crown Series on Saturday, May 8. Sicard took the lead from Marshfield, VT's Matthew Potter on lap 6 of the 75-lap Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tiger feature and cruised to the win as part of the 29th White Mountain Season Opener.

For Sicard, it was the third straight year that he's won the opening round of the J.P. Sicard Triple Crown Series. The victory was also his 14th overall in that same time span.

A trio of Potters led the field to the initial green flag with "Uncle" Michael, Matthew, and rookie Chandler earning the top three starting spots in qualifying. Matthew Potter grabbed the lead from Michael at the start with Sicard following him around the outside into the second spot.

Sicard got a crack at the lead when Jason Woodard, the 2019 J.P. Sicard Triple Crown champion, spun on lap 4 following a turn-4 jumble-up to bring out the first caution. Matthew Potter was able to keep the nose out front on lap five, but Sicard took over the point one lap later.

After another yellow on lap 10 for Chandler Potter's encounter with the backstretch wall, Sicard checked out from the field. A scintillating battle for second raged through the race's middle stages with Matthew Potter, Ryan Ware, and rookie Brandon Gray going at it. But Sicard was long gone, at one point holding a margin of nearly half a track.

The third and final yellow on lap 46 for Colin Cornell's spin let the field get a shot at Sicard. It wasn't enough, though, as Sicard blazed to the season-opening victory.

Woodard steadily sliced through the field after his early spin and passed Gray in the closing laps for second. Matthew Potter finished fourth followed by rookie Tanner Woodard. Bryan Wall Jr., Ware, Michael Potter, Cornell, and Jody Sicard rounded out the top-10.

North Haverhill, NH's Ryan Olsen got his first Foley Oil & Propane Late Model win since 2014 in their 50-lap main event. Olsen started sixth and was patient in the early stages as polesitter Tyler Cahoon, who had won his heat and the semi-feature, ran away from the pack.

Things closed up on lap 18 when John Donahue spun in turn four to bring out the caution. The field got antsy on the restart, and Olsen took advantage, shooting to the runner-up spot. Cahoon and Olsen then pulled away as Alby Ovitt, Mike "Beetle" Bailey, Derek Ming, and others duked it out behind them.

Another caution lap 30 for the stalled Chris Roberts machine put Cahoon and Olsen door to door. Cahoon chose the inside for the restart and cleared Olsen at first. But the fourth-generation racer kept at it and drove around the outside of Cahoon to take the lead with 14 circuits remaining.

Cahoon stuck right to Olsen's bumper in the closing laps as Quinny Welch, who'd surged to the third position, lurked in the shadows. With four laps to go, Bailey cut a tire while running fourth, and the resulting caution gave Cahoon one last shot. Cahoon had his hands full with Welch on the restart, though, and Olsen was able to escape for a long-overdue win.

Danville, VT's Cahoon settled for second with Groveton, NH's Welch, who started 13th, coming home third. Ovitt held off fellow Candia, NH racer Jimmy Renfrew Jr. for fourth. All four drivers got off to great starts in their bids for the inaugural New England Late Model Challenge Cup.

Ming, Jeff Marshall, Donahue, Kasey Beattie, and Matthew Morrill completed the top-10. Twenty-five Foley Oil & Propane Late Models rolled through the pit gate with 22 starting the main event.

Groveton, NH's "Lucky" Luke Shannon brought the crowd to their feet with a last-lap pass to win his first-ever Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini start. Shannon started 11th in the 25-lap main event and quickly knifed through the pack. After a hard-fought battle with Jack Hayes, Shannon moved into third with six laps to go. However, he was still well back of leader Tyler Thompson and runner-up Donnie Baumgardner.

But one circuit later, John Knight spun to bring the caution out and bunch up the field for a five-lap showdown. Baumgardner drifted up the track on the restart and Shannon slid underneath to grab second. He then set his sights on Thompson and swung to the outside with the white flag in sight. The youngster edged Thompson by just seven-hundredths of a second at the finish line for a thrilling victory.

Thompson and Hayes, both of Littleton, NH, completed the podium. Baumgardner, Mike Smith, reigning champion Brett Jackson, Jon Savage, Todd Derrington, Tim Corey, and Scott Senecal finished 4th through 10th.

Lincoln, NH's "Downtown" Bobby Brown fended off a late charge from St. Johnsbury, VT's Colby Bourgeois to win the 25-lap Arnolds Wayside Diner Dwarf Car feature. Brown grabbed the lead from Jeff Ainsworth on lap 4 and seemed to be well on his way to victory. Bourgeois moved into second on the ninth circuit but was having trouble catching Brown.

As the laps were winding down, though, Brown came up on up some slower traffic. As Brown struggled to get around them on the outside, Bourgeois came right up on his doorstep. However, the veteran Brown -- now in his 49th season of racing -- had a few tricks up his sleeve and held the young gun at bay.

Gilmanton, NH's Tommy Smithers came out on top of a wheel-banger with reigning champion Jason Wyman for the third position. Chad Dufour rounded out the top-five.

Smithers' son Thomas VI was the winner in the Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Truck 15-lap feature. Glover, VT's Owen Rogers was holding Smithers off for the lead when Damion Sicard and Logan Farnsworth tangled with four laps to go. The contact sent Sicard hard into the turn-three tire barriers and let Smithers get alongside Rogers for a four-lap dash.

Rogers was able to hold off Smithers for one lap, but Smithers was just too strong. He swiped the lead away the following circuit and scored his seventh victory since the start of 2020. Waterford, VT's McKenna Merchant took third followed by Farnsworth and Dominic Warren.

The day began with the annual White Mountain Car Show at the track. Island Pond, VT's Derek Ming was the Late Model Car Show winner. Littleton, NH's Russ Clark was judged the top Flying Tiger entry. Rookie Chris Moulton won the Strictly Stock Minis, Colby Bourgeois was top dog in the Dwarf Cars, and McKenna Merchant took home the first-place Kids Truck Car Show trophy.

White Mountain Motorsports Park returns to action this Saturday, May 15 at 6:00pm. The Foley Oil & Propane Late Models, Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis, Arnolds Wayside Diner Dwarf Cars, and Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Trucks. Admission is just $12 for adults, $3 for kids ages 6-12, and $25 for a family of four (2 adults, 2 kids).

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.

WHITE MOUNTAIN MOTORSPORTS PARK - N. Woodstock, NH
29th SEASON OPENER  -  SATURDAY, MAY 8, 2021
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
North Haverhill, NH's Ryan Olsen (center) beat out Tyler Cahoon
(right) and Quinny Welch (left) for his first Foley Oil & Propane
Late Model win since 2014. (John Raper photo)
FOLEY OIL & PROPANE LATE MODELS
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Ryan Olsen ( 61nh ) Bath, NH
2. Tyler Cahoon ( 38vt ) Danville, VT
3. Quinten Welch ( 78nh ) Groveton, NH
4. Alby Ovitt ( 35nh ) Candia, NH
5. Jimmy Renfrew Jr. ( 00nh ) Candia, NH
6. Derek Ming ( 45vt ) West Burke, VT
7. Jeff Marshall ( 32nh ) Gilman, VT
8. John Donahue ( 26vt ) Graniteville, VT
9. #Kasey Beattie ( 45nh ) St. Johnsbury, VT
10. Matthew Morrill ( 9nh ) Moultonborough, NH
11. Oren Remick ( 21nh ) Monroe, NH
12. Scott Dragon ( 15vt ) Milton, VT
13. Stacy Cahoon ( 83vt ) St. Johnsbury, VT
14. #Zachary Fraser ( 02nh ) Dorchester, NH
15. Mike Jurkowski ( 42nh ) Claremont, NH
16. Chris Roberts ( 3me ) Graniteville, VT
17. #Laci Potter ( 55nh ) West Danville, VT
18. Michael Bailey ( 1me ) S. Barre, VT
19. Will Avery ( 92nh ) Campton, NH
20. Marcel J. Gravel ( 86vt ) Wolcott, VT
21. David LaBrecque ( 57nh ) Thornton, NH
22. Mark Patten ( 07nh ) Belmont, NH
Groveton, NH's Luke Shannon won his first Woodsville Guaranty
Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini start with a last-lap pass.
(John Raper photo)
WOODSVILLE GUARANTY SAVINGS BANK
STRICTLY STOCK MINIS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. #Luke Shannon ( 13 ) Groveton, NH
2. Tyler Thompson ( 51 ) Littleton, NH
3. Jack Hayes ( 09 ) Littleton, NH
4. #Donnie Baumgardner ( 4 ) N. Woodstock, NH
5. Mike Smith ( 22x )
6. Brett Jackson ( 31 ) Bethlehem, NH
7. Jon Savage ( 78 ) Whitefield, NH
8. Todd Derrington ( 57 ) Littleton, NH
9. Tim Corey ( 10x ) Whitefield, NH
10. Scott Senecal ( 1 ) Lisbon, NH
11. Jillian Baumgardner ( 14 ) N. Woodstock, NH
12. Gavin McGinnis ( 10 ) St. Johnsbury, VT
13. Christopher Cass ( 7x ) Jefferson, NH
14. John Knight ( 12 ) Franklin, NH
15. #Brendan Clark ( 22 ) Dalton, NH
16. #Chris Moulton ( 15 ) Pepperell, MA
17. #James Knights ( 02 ) Littleton, NH
18. Cody Smith ( 18 ) St.Johnsbury,VT
19. Rick Shifflett ( 51x )
20. Keri Driscoll ( 91 ) Gilmanton, NH
Lincoln, NH's "Downtown" Bobby Brown (center) edged
Colby Bourgeois (right) for the Arnolds Wayside Diner Dwarf Car
victory with Tommy Smithers (left) third. (John Raper photo)
ARNOLD'S WAYSIDE DINER DWARF CARS
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Bobby Brown ( 27 ) Lincoln, NH
2. Colby Bourgeois ( 82 ) St. Johnsbury, VT
3. Tommy Smithers ( 60 ) Gilmanton, NH
4. Jason Wyman ( 88 ) Easton, NH
5. Chad Dufour ( 52 ) Littleton, NH
6. Howie Switser ( 11 ) West Burke, VT
7. Dave Gyger ( 93 ) Campton, NH
8. #Jamie Ball ( 99 ) Barnet, VT
9. Kevin Wyman ( 02 ) Bath, NH
10. Shaun Clifford ( 33 ) Thornton, NH
11. Jeff Ainsworth ( 41 ) Bethlehem, NH
Gilmanton, NH's Thomas Smithers VI earned the Dads 4 By
Tool & Supply Kids Truck win. (John Raper photo)
DADS 4 BY TOOL & SUPPLY KIDS TRUCKS
Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown
1. Thomas Smithers, VI ( 24 ) Gilmanton, NH
2. Owen Rogers ( 4 ) Glover, VT
3. McKenna Merchant ( 99 ) Waterford, VT
4. Logan Farnsworth ( 22 ) St. Johnsbury, VT
5. Dominic Warren ( 9 ) Concord, VT
6. Hayley Corum ( 10 ) Gilmanton, NH
7. Sam Aldrich ( 16 ) Haverhill, NH
8. Austin Sicard ( 01 ) Gilmanton, NH
9. Damion Sicard ( 23 ) Barton, VT
 
(Alan Ward photo)
White Mountain Holding
Street Stock Open on May 23
5/23 8-Cylinder Street Stock Open
Entry Form & Rules
N. Woodstock, NH -- White Mountain Motorsports Park has announced it will host an 8-Cylinder Street Stock Open on Sunday, May 23. The 50-lap, $1,000-to-win event is part of a weekend doubleheader that includes a visit from the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models and five other regional racing divisions.

The Street Stock Open replaces the Honey Badger Bar & Grill Street Stock Series event that was originally scheduled for the event. For many teams, it will serve as a tune-up for the $5,000-to-win R&R Race Parts of NH Street Stock Open coming Saturday, September 25 as part of Fall Foliage Weekend.

The rules for the May 23 event are the same as those used in the Street Stock Open at the recent Thompson Speedway Icebreaker. These rules and the entry form are now available at www.whitemountainmotorsports.com/rules-forms.html.

"We think it's going to be a great show," WMMP managing partner Cris Michaud said. "The Street Stock Opens we've held at Thompson Speedway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway have been successful on all counts. Now we bring the same format to a bullring track that will tighten up the action even more. It's part of a full two-day weekend our fans will love."

The weekend begins Saturday, May 22 at 6:00pm with a four-division card. The Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis have the Saturday center stage in their annual 50-lap special. The Foley Oil & Propane Late Models, Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers, and GoMotorsportsShop.com NELCAR Legends Tour complete the Saturday card.

Then on Sunday, May 23 at 1:30pm, the PASS Super Late Models make their first White Mountain visit of the year. Their 150-lap feature is joined by the 8-Cylinder Street Stock Open and the PASS Modifieds. It adds up to seven thrilling divisions at a mid-spring showdown in the beautiful Northern New Hampshire mountains.

White Mountain Motorsports Park opens the 2021 season on Saturday, May 8 at 6:00pm. The Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers go 75 laps in round one of the J.P. Sicard Inc. Triple Crown Series. A full card of racing is also scheduled for the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini's, Dwarf Cars, and Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Trucks.

Admission is just $12 for adults, $3 for kids ages 6-12, and $25 for a family of four (2 adults, 2 kids). All New Hampshire health and safety guidelines will be in effect. The day begins with the annual Car Show at the track from 10:00am-1:00pm.

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com. You can also follow us on Facebook at @WhiteMtnMotorsports.
 
NELMCC
New England Late Model Challenge Cup
The first-ever ACT New England Late Model Challenge Cup will pay
$5,000 to the champion, with North Franklin, CT's Ryan Morgan
(#31CT) the early point leader. (Alan Ward photo)
ACT Announces $5,000 Top Prize
 for Inaugural Challenge Cup
Connecticut’s Ryan Morgan Early Leader
in Challenge Cup Standings
2021 ACT Challenge Cup Point Fund PDF
ACT Challenge Cup Point System PDF
Waterbury, VT -- The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) has announced the point fund for the inaugural New England Late Model Challenge Cup. The champion will receive a $5,000 top prize in the new regional series designed to reward weekly racer.

A total of 33 drivers registered for the first Challenge Cup season, creating a point fund of $17,300. The top-10 in the final standings will all receive a payout on top of whatever prize money earned at their home track. Top weekly and regional racers such as Wayne Helliwell Jr., Jason Corliss, Stacy Cahoon, Woody Pitkat, and early point leader Ryan Morgan are among those aiming for the $5,000 champion's share.

The runner-up in the 2021 ACT Challenge Cup is slated to get a $2,500 bonus. Third place earns $2,000 with $1,700 for fourth. Each of the top-10 in the season-long standings will take home at least $700.

Multiple contingency awards are also on the line. Port City Racecars and Crazy Horse Racing will raffle off a brand-new ACT chassis at season's end. To be eligible, drivers must have registered for the Challenge Cup by the April 5 deadline and run at least 10 eligible events.

ARBodies and Five Star Race Car Bodies have also posted $500 product certificates for a season-ending draw. These will be raffled off among drivers who finish in the top-10 in points and run that respective body type throughout the year.

Drivers can earn points at nine different tracks this year. Vermont's Thunder Road; New Hampshire's White Mountain Motorsports Park, Lee USA Speedway, Monadnock Speedway, Claremont Motorsports Park, and Hudson Speedway; Connecticut's Thompson Speedway and New London-Waterford Speedbowl; and Massachusetts' Seekonk Speedway are all part of the 2021 Challenge Cup.

Several tracks have already run eligible Challenge Cup events. Through the first weekend of May, North Franklin, CT's Ryan Morgan is the early leader. Morgan has declared Thompson Speedway as his "home track" and came in second at the annual Icebreaker. He then made the trip to Seekonk Speedway on Sunday, May 2 for their opener, where he posted a 5th-place finish. With both events meeting the 18-car "full field" requirement under the Challenge Cup point system, Morgan is off to a strong start.

Seekonk regulars Gerry DeGasperre Jr and Mark Hudson also started their Challenge Cup seasons at Seekonk with top-10 finishes. Derek Gluchacki, Woody Pitkat, Charles Bailey III, Brian Tagg, and Charles Bailey IV have an event in the books from the Thompson Icebreaker.

There's still a long way to go, though. Thunder Road and White Mountain Motorsports Park, who have the most registered Challenge Cup drivers, have yet to begin their weekly Late Model seasons. White Mountain has its first eligible Challenge Cup event this Saturday, May 8 while Thunder Road opens the Late Model doors on Sunday, May 30. Connecticut's New London-Waterford Speedbowl, which has several racers gunning for the Challenge Cup, also will run its first Late Model event on May 8 as part of the annual Blastoff.

Fans and drivers can follow along with the inaugural New England Late Model Challenge Cup all season at www.acttour.com/nelmcc. There they can find the latest point standings, the list of registered drivers, the full point fund payout, and much more.

For more information about ACT, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.
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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.

Youngsters of any age will be allowed to enter the pit area. 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 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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