TRI TRACK OPEN MODIFIED SERIES ANNOUNCES 2020 SCHEDULE
SIX-RACE SLATE INCLUDES FOUR DIFFERENT TRACKS
By Kyle Souza
SEEKONK, Mass. — Tri Track Open Modified Series officials announced a six-race schedule for the 2020 season on Tuesday, with races spreading across four different tracks, and two states in New England.
The schedule includes a mix of staple events — like Seekonk Speedway’s Open Wheel Wednesday and Star Speedway’s SBM 125 — along two trips to Monadnock Speedway, a return visit to Claremont Speedway and a championship finale Haunted Hundred back at Seekonk, in what has quickly become a compelling day of racing.
Oktoberfest up next for the GSPSS at Lee USA Speedway
As the 2019 Granite State Pro Stock Series season winds down, the series takes part in one of the most anticipated events of the year. The two day Oktoberfest at Lee USA Speedway has become a destination event for New England race fans and teams alike.
The last three Lee events for the GSPSS have been dominated by two drivers from just up the road in Maine. They are friends, competitors, rivals and coworkers, as both drivers work at JBJ Machine in North Berwick Maine. The machine shop, owned by John Doiron, not only employs both drivers but makes numerous parts for race cars driven throughout New England.
Therrien Leaves No Doubt on Way to Vermont Milk Bowl Win
Barre, VT – Hinesburg’s Bobby Therrien was nearly unstoppable on his way to victory in the 57th Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank at Barre’s Thunder Road on Sunday, September 29. The 2017 “King of the Road” bounced back from a heartbreaking runner-up finish in the 2018 edition of the historic event by winning it from the pole with an overall score of eight points.
Crazy Horse Racing hitting full throttle with new Port City Racecars program
Over a dozen orders in for Super Late Model, Late Model chassis for 2020
SOUTH PARIS, Maine (Sept. 13, 2019) — Since the news of Crazy Horse Racing (CHR) becoming a dealer for the famed Port City Racecars brand, a level of excitement and overall buzz has filled the motorsports world in Maine, the likes of which hasn’t been seen for several years.
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.