Travis Hydar Setting Sights on Championship Run in Stafford’s Street Stocks

With the 2021 season about to shift into high gear at Stafford Speedway, drivers are busy getting themselves and their cars ready.  Street Stock driver Travis Hydar and his crew have been hard at work preparing their #11 Hydar Construction Chevrolet with Hydar having the 2021 championship firmly set in his sights.

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Purse Structure Announced For Thompson Speedway Weekly Divisions

WATERBURY, VT and NAPLES, ME — American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Star Series (PASS) officials have announced the purse structure for the five weekly divisions set for competition at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in 2021.

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Brian Robie: “Grateful But Still Want More” Heading Into 2021

SEEKONK, Mass. — If you would have asked Brian Robie six years ago to give you a resume with his racing experience as a driver, it would have been flat empty. Fast-forward those six years and Robie has one of the most impressive driving resumes of any asphalt Modified competitor in New England.

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Chris Pasteryak Coming Back To Chase Tri Track Open Modified Series Title in 2021

SEEKONK, Mass. — After a few years of traveling competing with his Modified, veteran racer Chris Pasteryak is primed to return home to full-time racing with the Tri Track Open Modified Series presented by All Phases Renovations this season. The Lisbon, Connecticut, driver will compete in his family-owned No. 75, returning in hopes of winning and contending for the championship. Pasteryak’s season will also include the six Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park Outlaw Open Modified Series events and the four Stafford Motor Speedway Open Modified Series races — making up a busy…

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Samantha Dell Joins 2021 Street Stock Rookie Class at Stafford

(Stafford Springs, CT)—When the green flag flies over the 2021 Street Stock season at Stafford Motor Speedway, Samantha Dell will be part of a robust rookie class with 10 rookie drivers currently signed up for competition. 

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Why an NHRA Drag Strip is 1,000 Feet Long

Traditionally, a drag strip is 1,320 feet, which equals a quarter-mile. (One mile equals 5,280 feet.) Many classes in NHRA drag racing—actually, all but the Top Fuel and Funny Car classes—still compete on a quarter-mile course.

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Spire Motorsports Names Marwin Sports Official Apparel Partner

CONCORD, N.C. (February 24, 2021) – Spire Motorsports announced today that Marwin Sports will maintain its relationship with the team in 2021 and buoy its support by entering into a multi-year partnership aboard both the organization’s Nos. 7 and 77 Chevrolet Camaros in the NASCAR Cup Series. Marwin will also serve as the primary sponsor of Corey LaJoie’s No. 7 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE in Sunday’s Dixie Vodka 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

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Modified Racing Series Set to Return to Claremont Motorsports Park in 2021

Claremont Motorsports Park and The Modified Racing Series are pleased to announce the return of one of New England’s finest modified touring series to the NH oval in 2021. The series and track will join forces for a spectacular fall day of racing that fans won’t want to miss. Labor Day weekend, 2021, the sound of tour type modifieds will once again thunder from Thrasher Road. “We are thrilled to be able to bring The M.R.S. back to Claremont”, stated track promoter Mike Parks. “Tour type Modifieds were the lifeblood…

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NASCAR Wins the Weekend in Sports Television Viewership – Road Course Racings Go Up

Over the weekend, NASCAR visited Daytona International Speedway for the second week in a row. However, this time, the triple-header weekend took place on the 3.61-mile road course. View the Daytona tv ratings below.

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Sam Rameau Looks To Take Tri Track Title

SEEKONK, Mass. — Sitting behind the wheel, or behind the desk, Sammy Rameau seems to get the job done successfully. The 18-year-old, Westminster, Massachusetts, native is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering at Wentworth Institute of Technology, with a double-minor in Environmental and Business Management. When he’s not at school, he competes at speeds over 100 mph in his Tour-Type Modified, a 600-horsepower, ground-pounding machine, racing inches apart from his competitors.

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