Wreaths Across America Coming to Wiscasset Speedway

COLUMBIA FALLS, Maine and Wiscasset, Maine – Nov. 23 2021 – The country’s longest veterans’ parade – Wreaths Across America’s annual escort to Arlington National Cemetery – kicks off on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021, and will make a planned stop at Wiscasset Speedway in Wiscasset, Maine on Sunday, December 12th at 3:00 pm. The event is free and open to the public. Wiscasset Speedway is located at 274 West Alna Road, Wiscasset.

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Kevin Iannarelli Heads To Wiscasset Speedway With Winning In Mind

SHIRLEY, Mass. — Off a bit of a break behind the wheel, Kevin Iannarelli and the entire No. 27 iRacing.com team are heading back to work this Saturday, July 31, at Wiscasset Speedway in Maine. Iannarelli will compete in the third race of the season for the Modified Racing Series, the Vacationland 100.

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Wiscasset Speedway Celebrates 52 Years As Maine’s Fastest Track

From the day local businessman Wilford Cronk opened the gates to his new race track on July 27, 1969, and ever since, Wiscasset Speedway has carried the title as “Maine’s Fastest Track”. Fast forward to this past Saturday night where the current ownership celebrated the track’s 52nd birthday with an evening of racing action, past champions, Hall of Fame drivers, and fireworks.

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Douglass Pro Stock Win And Kids Bike Races Spotlights Saturday Evening At Wiscasset

There’s no doubt the rainy conditions washed away the plans of many for the holiday weekend, including forcing many area race tracks to pull the plug. Wiscasset Speedway took advantage of a brief window of opportunity and managed to get in its July 3rd Group 1 Fan Appreciation show on Saturday evening.

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Zych, Cabral Take NEMA Wins on Wiscasset AMES True Value Night

Last Saturday evening, the Northeastern Midget Association rolled into one of its favorite stops of the year, at the Wiscasset Speedway.  Multi time champion John Zych beat back a brief challenge from 2019 champion Avery Stoehr to take down the NEMA portion of the show under threatening skies, and Randy Cabral took down the Lites portion of the event in his family owned #36.

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