Brown Blows A Tire, Doiron Captures The Trophy At Star Speedway Classic

EPPING, N.H. — While series points leader Gabe Brown blew a tire in the lead in the final laps, Joey Doiron was the next man up, scoring the Granite State Pro Stock Series win at the Star Classic at Star Speedway on Friday, September 17. Doiron bested Bryan Kruczek in a final restart dash to the finish to take the No. 73 to Victory Lane in front of a strong crowd to open the 56th annual Classic festivities at the New Hampshire oval.

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Results from the New London-Waterford Speedbowl For 9/18

WATERFORD — Todd Owen led the most laps in Saturday’s Fast 5 SK Modified feature. Tim Jordan, however, led the important ones. He took the lead from Owen with 18 laps remaining on a restart and held off a furious Owen charge on the final laps to win by 0.138 in a 50-lap feature that honored two racing legends, George Summers and Rick Somers.

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How Did New England Drivers Do At Bristol?

In a stunning upset on Thursday night at Bristol Motor Speedway, rookie Chandler Smith stole a victory from reigning NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Sheldon Creed. Smith clinched a spot in the Round of 8 of the Playoffs and eliminated Todd Gilliland from the post season.

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Ryan Godown Wins Grandview Speedway’s Freedom 76 Worth More Than $30k

BECHTELSVILLE, PA. – Ryan “The Ringoes Rocket” Godown invaded the 1/3-mile clay high banks of Grandview Speedway on Saturday night to be one of the 67 drivers participating in qualifying events for the 51st Annual Freedom 76-lap Modified feature.

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Corliss Secures Championship Three-Peat on Efficiency VT Night

Barre, VT — Barre’s Jason Corliss officially became a three-time “King of the Road” at Efficiency Vermont Championship Night on Friday, September 17. Corliss finished 10th in the 62-lap weekly racing season finale to secure his third straight Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Model title despite Graniteville’s Christopher Pelkey dominating the event for his third win of the season.

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Sammy Smith wins East Series championship while teammate Ty Gibbs takes checkered at Bristol

BRISTOL, Tenn. — Joe Gibbs Racing drivers Ty Gibbs and Sammy Smith could not have executed the plan more perfectly. With both the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota and the No. 81 Engine Ice Toyota parked on the Bristol Motor Speedway frontstretch, facing each other with their bumpers touching, each driver roared his engine and punished his General Tires for an epic double burnout.

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Alexandra Fearn and Jeremy Lavoie Taking Stafford Speedway Limited Late Model Title Fight Down to the Wire

(Stafford Springs, CT)—The 2020 season at Stafford Speedway saw a 3-way title fight between Andrew Durand, Alexandra Fearn, and Jeremy Lavoie that was only settled by a tie-breaker margin at season’s end.

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