Our Motorsports Ceases Operations

OUR MortorsportsHUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (OCTOBER 19, 2015) – Our Motorsports has announced today that it will cease operations effective immediately.
“My involvement in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour over the past four seasons has been a wonderful experience,” said team owner Chris Our. “I have been very fortunate to have developed new friendships and business associates that have made this a special time in my life.”
“I want to take this opportunity to thank my drivers, past and present, and crew members who worked countless hours to help make our program a success. To all our sponsors who have helped us over the years, we thank you for your support. Lastly, to Brad Lafontaine and Northeast Race Cars, we couldn’t have made it without you.”
Our has chosen to direct his focus towards his business and spend more time with his family.

The Tri-Track Open Modified New London Waterford Speedbowl Entry List

11225596_828914080491207_608941447_nHere is the current list of cars officially entered for this Sundays October 25th season ending Northeast Race Cars and Parts Tri-Track Open Modified race at the New London Waterford Speedbowl .  The series has a unique race schedule. (2) 35 lap semi features paying $3,000.00 to win each and a 65 lap feature paying $5,000.00 to win. There are no points only big money on the line. If any driver can win a Semi-feature and the feature they will leave the track with a cool $8,000.00. The Tri-Track race is part of the big Bemers Superbowl of Racing this weekend. In addition to the Tri-Track Open Modifieds there will be a $5,000.00 to win SK Modified race, a $2,222.00 to win Bridgewater Raynham Overhead Door Battle of the Sound Legends race, the GSPSS, SK Lites and many more.

Here is the the full list of events and the schedule for this weekends events.

Speedbowl SuperBowl Event Schedule 2015

Official Entry list as of (10/19/2015)

0 Mike Holdridge
03 Ken Darch
04 Branden Dion
4 Jeff Gallup
5 Chris Pasteryak
6 Ryan Preece
6 Dennis Perry
7 Kurt Vigeant
7 Rich Parker
9 Chase Dowling
11 John Beatty
12 Todd Annarummo
13 Steve Masse
14 Max Zachem
16 Eric Berndt
19 Dave Schnedier
25 Rowan Pennink
27 Andy Jankowiak
29 Brendon Bock
29 Jon McKennedy
33 Rob Richardi
35 Derek Ramstrom
36 Dave Sapienza
40 Eddie LeClerc
41 Karl Fredrickson
42 Woody Pitkat
43 Kirk Alexander
45 Dan Meservey
46 Jon Kievman
50 Ron Silk
50 Carl Mederios
52 Les Hinckley
53 Norman Wrenn
55 Joe Doucette
59 Matt Hirschman

68 Keith Rocco
69 Jimmy Dolan
76 Zane Zeiner
76 Jeff Rocco
79 Garrison Grubissa
80 Dick Houlihan
85 Michael Benevides
92 Anthony Nocella
93 George Sherman
99 Richard Savary
99 Jamie Tomaino

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Granite State Pro Stock Series to Crown Champion at New London-Waterford Speedbowl

GSPSSPro Stocks Return to Facility for Bemer’s Big Show 150

 WATERFORD, CT – The Granite State Pro Stock Series’ inaugural trip to New London-Waterford Speedbowl will be a race to remember for at least one driver, as the series’ champion will be crowned at the Bemer’s Big Show 150, on October 24.

Derek Griffith, who has enjoyed a breakout season, leads Barry Gray by 40 points entering the event.  Griffith has picked up a total of four wins in this campaign, the most this season by any driver, after earning his first career win in April, at Claremont Speedway.

Griffith is treating the Bemer’s Big Show 150 like any other race, however, saying, “I want to go out there and compete for the win, and if we do well, then we will clinch that championship.”

The Hudson, NH resident is taken back by his team’s success this year, continuing, “Just to be a contender for a championship is huge for me and my whole crew.  Two years ago we had struggled to finish a race without body damage, heck we struggled to finish the race.  If we do go get the championship, it’s just proof that when you put your mind, and put a lot of effort into something, and you have some good people behind, you anything can happen.”

Gray has had a successful season as well.  The Belchertown, MA driver has not finished worse than ninth all season, and has added a win at Monadnock Speedway in May.  Gray also owns four career Granite State Pro Stock Series victories, and needs one more to tie Matt Frahm for the overall lead with five.

As an added bonus to the Bemer’s Big Show 150, James Schaefer and Dick Williams have added a total of $1100 to the Granite State Pro Stock Series’ purse.  The winner of the race will receive an extra $200, while the remaining $900 will be divided between the top five Riverhead Raceway and Seekonk Speedway regulars in the field.

Riverhead Raceway driver Jarrod Hayes is eyeing the extra cash, and has been preparing his ride for New London-Waterford Speedbowl, including turning practice laps recently at the facility.  Hayes, who has run with the Granite State Pro Stock Series at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, is confident in his debut at New London-Waterford Speedbowl, commenting, “I’ve never raced there, but I adapt quickly to other tracks.  If I didn’t think I have some kind of chance, I’d stay home.  I don’t show up for 4th place.”

The Granite State Pro Stock Series will conclude the season at New London-Waterford Speedbowl for the Bemer’s Big Show 150, on October 24.  The series will crown the fourth champion in the tour’s history, as Pro Stocks make their second appearance in the tracks’ storied history.  For more information on the Granite State Pro Stock Series, contact Mike Parks via email, mparks@gspss.net.

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