LEE, NH- The Lee USA Speedway ramps up the intensity this Friday night July
24 with round two of the Bot-L-Gas/ R.F. Logic Triple Crown Series for the
headline NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Models.
Current point leader and the most recent race winner, Wayne
Helliwell Jr., sits tenth in the Triple Crown Series Standings, after he
struggled to a tenth place finish in the first event on May 22. Bobby
Baillargeon was the winner on that night over Bryan Kruczek.
The Triple Crown Series awards cash and trophies to the top three
drivers in the three race series from the Late Model, Late Model Sportsman,
Hobby Stock and Road Runner divisions at the season-ending banquet.
The only current point leader in both the Triple Crown and 2009
Season Standings is Grant Aither, who won the first Late Model Sportsman
Triple crown event in May. Other winners in May were Bobby Glass in the
Hobby Stocks, and Anthony Nadeau in the Road Runner division.
Also on the schedule this Friday night are the Pro Four Modifieds,
who will run the second of three Bot-L-Gas/ R.F. Logic Triple Crown Series
events of their own at Lee Speedway on Friday night.
Norm Wrenn won the first event in May, passing Cory Cleary on the
white flag lap of the 25-lap main. Cleary has the momentum as the most
recent winner on the tour at Seekonk.
In addition, Lee Speedway will hold it's popular "Autograph Night"
on Friday. The originally scheduled date had to be changed due to rain. Fans
will be allowed to meet all of their favorite NASCAR Whelen All-American
series competitors, and see the sleek Pro Four Modifieds close-up as well.
The newest division at Lee will also be on the schedule, as the
Ironman entry-level division brings an excitement all its own, in their
20-lap main event.
As an added bonus, the Late Model Sportsman division will start the
evening off with their rained-out feature event from last week, which should
further increase the car count for their second feature, the Triple Crown
event later in the evening.
Admission for this special event will be the same as for a regular
show! Priced at just $10, there is no better bargain in all of motor sports.
And Kids 12 and under, as always will be admitted free of charge for this
special night of family fun.
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