Track Talk – Anthony Alfredo Possibly Joining Front Row Motorsports? / Star Speedway’s Bob Webber Sr. Memorial Grows Bigger For 2021

Sports Business Journal’s Adam Stern reports that Anthony Alfredo of Ridgefield, CT is in discussions with Front Row Motorsports about joining the next season.

The seat of the No. 38 car is vacant following John Hunter Nemechek’s decision to move to the Truck Series to race for Kyle Busch Motorsports.

Alfredo ran a partial Xfinity schedule for Richard Childress Racing in 2020. In 19 races he had 2 top 5s and 9 top 10s.


BY Souza Media
As the 2021 season begins to take shape at Star Speedway, officials announced on Tuesday that the May 15th Bob Webber Sr. Memorial for the 350 Super-Modifieds will grow to one of the top races of the year. The race honors the late Bob Webber Sr., the owner and operator of Star for many years, who passed away in 2018.
For 2021, the race will jump to 47 laps — in honor of Webber’s birth year, 1947. The race purse will also jump up — as the driver who takes the win will now score $1,947 in winnings, courtesy of Ty Cooper Land Holdings, Hedges Excavating & Star Speedway.
“Making my dad’s memorial race bigger has been something I’ve always planned to do,” Bob Webber Jr., current owner and operator of Star Speedway, said. “This night is going to be historic — especially being this early in the season, we are expecting a great car count with great racing to chase the large winnings.”
Star Speedway’s 2021 schedule includes more than 22 events, including six memorial races for the 350 Super-Modifieds, two appearances by the Tri Track Open Modified Series & the annual Star Classic.
The first green flag will fly as part of the annual Bunny Brawl on Saturday, April 24, 2021.
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