Kate Re to be the first CHR Driver Development driver
For the last eleven years Crazy Horce Racing in South Paris ME has been a successful builder of race cars in numerous divisions. Mitch and Mickey Green, owners and operators of CHR, have seen the companies cars win to many races to count, as well as numerous championships.
Now, the company is expanding. Crazy Horse Racing is proud to announce the addition of a Driver Development program. The program is designed to give drivers the opportunity to work with an established group to improve their on track performance and move up the racing ladder. While the focus will be on younger drivers there are also opportunities for veteran drivers trying to improve their program.
Eddie MacDonald traveled to Wisconsin to race in the ARCA Midwest Tour’s Father’s Day 100 at the 106 year old Milwaukee Mile and despite the ninth place finish, the veteran racer made quite an impression on those in attendance. Eddie Mac started the 100 lap event on the pole and rode up front for much of the race until a very tight condition cost him in the end.
GSPSS Season Kicks off Friday at Claremont Motor Sports Park
The Granite State Pro Stock Series kicks off its eighth full season Friday May third at the all new Claremont Motorsports Park. Over the last several seasons, the historic third mile oval has become the traditional season opener for the series, and that continues in 2019.
More Fan Access at July 2019 Race Weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Fans can be closer to the racing action than ever with new and expanded fan experiences during the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 race weekend, July 19-21.
LOUDON, N.H. – New Hampshire Motor Speedway is making several improvements that will enhance the fan experience starting with this year’s Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 race weekend, July 19-21, including a new pre-race setup, infield and turn three camping, Infield Experience, more drink rails and a new Fan Zone layout. Fans will have the chance to get closer than ever to the drivers and to the racing action with the new infield access.
Bonsignore Claims Record Fifth Straight Whelen Modified Win at Thompson
The 45th Annual Icebreaker weekend continued at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Sunday, April 7 with six divisions and series taking to the track to conclude the unofficial kickoff of racing season in New England. In addition to four of Thompson’s five track divisions the Big-T also hosted a Pro All Star Series (PASS) feature as well as the third event of the 2019 Whelen Modified Series season, the Icebreaker 150, featuring the biggest stars in modified racing as the afternoon’s main event.