WMMP powered by the AUTOSAVER GROUP
The Avery family is pleased to announce that their 25th anniversary season is going to feature the biggest weekend of racing in the history of the track. White Mountain Motorsports Park located on Route 3 in North Woodstock, New Hampshire is lining up several new sponsors for 2018 including the Autosaver Group as the naming sponsor, and now have added to their already impressive lineup of sponsors, NAPA Auto Parts as the headline sponsor for the NAPA Blue & Gold Weekend scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, September 15th and 16th.
“This is going to be an incredible weekend at WMMP, stated General Manager, David Avery. We wanted to have a giant celebration for our 25th anniversary, and I am proud to announce that this is bigger than I even imagined. Now with NAPA on board, we are looking for a season long promotion of the NAPA Blue and Gold Weekend.”
White Mountain Motorsports Park score is second PASS Super Late Model win this season for Derek Griffith
North Woodstock, NH — Derek Griffith of Hudson, New Hampshire raced to his second Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model victory of the season Saturday night in the 150-lap event topping the racing car at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, New Hampshire.
To earn this trip to the winners’ circle Griffith needed to take command of the race from Ben Rowe, the reigning PASS Super Late Model National Champion who is no stranger to victory lane at the high-banked, quarter-mile oval.
Griffith’s LCM Motorsports 12 was chased under the checkered flag by Travis Benjamin of Morrill, Maine. Benjamin vaulted into the PASS North Super Late Model championship points lead with his runner-up finish aboard the Petit Motorsports 7.
PR- Eric LaFleche Photo – Sharlene Myers
(N. Woodstock, NH) – Derek Griffith, the Hudson, NH native is having a breakout 2016 season on the Pro All Stars Series (PASS), the No. 12 Hitman Industries/LCM Racing team garnered another solid finish this past weekend at White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP)
WMMP is a ¼-mile, high-banked oval and Griffith has won on the track before in Pro Stock racing. The young racer was hoping for a repeat last Saturday night.
Starting 12th in the field of 17 Super Late Models, Griffith got caught up in a racing incident early on and was shuffled back to the end of field on the initial restart. Griffith was able to work his back through the field and was solidly in the top-10 for the remainder of the race.
Norm Marx photo
North Woodstock, New Hampshire – Johnny Clark of Farmingdale, Maine led all 150 laps to earn his first Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model win of the season in Saturday night’s Foley Oil & Propane 150 at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, New Hampshire.
It was the first victory of the season for the six-time series champion, who ranks second in the current championship standings behind 2014 titlist DJ Shaw, who finished 11th. Clark is the 11th driver to score a PASS North Super Late Model victory this year. No driver has more than two wins after 14 of 16 events have been contested.
Clark, sponsored by the family-owned clarksscrapmetals.com chain, became the first competitor this season to lead every lap in a Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model contest. Reigning Series champion Mike Rowe of Turner, Maine made things interesting throughout the 150-lapper, successfully protecting second position until turning up the heat on Clark following the race’s final restart with ten laps to go.
PR-Eric LaFleche Photo – Sharlene Myers
(N. Woodstock, NH) – Derek Griffith is bringing a familiar part of the race team to the White Mountain Motorsports Park this weekend as the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) returns for their 150-lap event.
Griffith and team are changing over their older Lefthander Super Late Model that they captured the 2015 Granite State Pro Stock Series Championship with. Derek explains, “This race car was the car we used in 2015 when Granite State visited White Mountain, we won and I really like the way the car feels. We need to change a bunch of things but I know the No. 12 Mom’s of Manchester/LCM Racing Toyota Camry will be good enough to get to the front.”
photo by Norm Marx
By: Dick Casey
After a hectic week rebuilding the #17 EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric Chevy, Eddie MacDonald almost pulled off the win in the “Showdown in the Mountains” at WMMP on Sunday, July 24. With 16 laps to go Eddie Mac could not hold off the hard-charge of Dillon Moltz to finish second in the American Canadian Tour’s ninth race of the season at the No. Woodstock, N.H. track.
“Obviously we would have liked to get the win but when you consider everything the team had to go through this week just to get here, a second place finish is outstanding,” said a pleased Eddie Mac after the race. “I definitely have a lot of people to thank for all the hard work and long hours to rebuild the car starting with Dale Shaw and his guys who put a rear clip on the car in record time so we could have any chance to be here. Donny got parts to Freddie to paint. Tom Rice, my father, John Tiernan, Rob Drandson, and Dick Casey spent countless hours in the shop. It was a miracle to have this ready and for it run as well as it did.”