Racers Preparing to Double Up in ACT-PASS Hickory Showdowns

Waterbury, VT — The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) is just days away from its first-ever trip to North Carolina’s Hickory Motor Speedway. The Hickory 125 on Friday, April 2 and the Easter Bunny 125 on Saturday, April 3 are already a historic prelude to the 30th ACT Late Model Tour season. Known as the “Birthplace of the NASCAR Stars”, Hickory is one of the most revered race tracks in North America, with a history of winners that ranges from Lee Petty to defending NASCAR Cup Series Champion Chase Elliott.

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Ryan Doucette Hopes To Find Tri Track Success In 2021

Rising Modified star Ryan Doucette is hoping to make a splash with the Tri Track Open Modified Series presented by All Phases Renovations in 2021. Doucette, the son of longtime Modified racer Joe Doucette, has been racing on the asphalt since he was 10-years-old, but has been around the sport his whole life. Entering another year of action, he hopes to find consistency during the six-race Tri Track schedule, starting with the opener at Monadnock Speedway on May 1.

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NAPA Auto Parts Extends Stafford Speedway Partnership Through 2026

NAPA Auto Parts has become synonymous with Stafford Motor Speedway and short track racing since the partnership began in 2014 at the 43rd annual Spring Sizzler®. NAPA and Stafford will continue the relationship for many years to come with an announcement of a partnership extension through 2026.

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Bristol Dirt Race Extended Highlights | NASCAR Cup Series | Big wrecks and a new winner

Relive all the action from the 2021 Bristol Dirt Race, including big accidents that took out dirt-ringers Kyle Laron and Christopher Bell, and NASCAR gets yet another new winner this season.

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Thompson Icebreaker to Broadcast on Speed51.TV

Waterbury, VT & Naples, ME — Fans of Northeast auto racing now have another way to enjoy the lid-lifter on 2021 season. The American-Canadian Tour (ACT), Pro All Star Series (PASS), and Speed51.TV have announced a live pay-per-view broadcast for the annual Icebreaker at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on April 10 and 11.

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Joey Logano Outlasts Dirt Track Ringers For Bristol Victory

After a less than stellar weekend of attempting to race on the new dirt track at Bristol, Monday saw clear skies that allowed to race to continue. The rains meant the track was basically a “mud pit” and any attempt at practice or qualifying coated the cars in mud in just a single lap. If you weren’t the lead car, you literally couldn’t see. It was a scene that was very reminiscent of the disastrous tire issues at Indianapolis in 2008.

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New England Connections At The Bristol Dirt Colosseum – How Did They Fare?

Sunday’s washout at the Bristol Circus Maximus resulted in NASCAR rescheduling both the NASCAR Pinty Truck race and the Cup event to Monday.  Martin Truex, Jr. ended up the winner in the Trucks while Parker Kligerman of Stamford, CT ended the day in 18th place with Brett Moffit driving Cape Cod’s Chris Hour entry, who resides in Harwich, MA, to a disappointing 24th.

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Racing’s Next Electric Avenue Could Be a Quarter-Mile NHRA Drag Strip

Electric Avenue? Well, maybe a quarter-mile at a time. While at Gainesville Raceway in Florida for the Gatornationals in March, the 70-year-old National Hot Rod Association held a panel discussion as part of a meeting to gauge interest in all-electric racing, led by Ned Walliser, vice president of competition for the NHRA.

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Parker Kligerman Recalls 2009 ARCA Title Run Against Justin Lofton

In 2009, 19-year-old Parker Kligerman of Stamford, CT was in the midst of one of the most memorable ARCA Menards Series championship battles. While race fans may recall the Stamford, Connecticut native’s mind-boggling consistency, Kligerman’s 2009 championship run seemed like a story from a Hollywood film. Racing for Cunningham Motorsports’ No. 77 Dodge entry, Kligerman and his team were like ARCA’s version of the 1967 Boston Red Sox with an improbable title run.

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