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Noah Korner Becomes First Midstate Site Development Legends Entry For Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge

Attleboro, MA (January 14, 2019) — Top driver Noah Korner has submitted the first Legends entry for the inaugural Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, coming to White Mountains Motorsports Park and Thunder Road International Speedbowl this summer. Korner will drive his familiar #31 Legends entry, sponsored by Midstate Site Development, starting with June 16’s Thunder in the Mountains at WMMP.

“Having Noah join us for the first year of the Bullring Bash makes a huge statement about the quality of racer we’re going to attract,” said Bullring Bash founder Josh Vanada. “Noah is an international Legends champion who is always in the mix for wins, and drivers of his caliber always put on an amazing show. The Korner family has been incredibly supportive of the Bullring Bash concept, with Glenn Korner and Midstate Site Development also coming on as the title sponsor of our Legends class. We can’t wait to see Noah and the rest of our Midstate Site Development Legends field mix it up in some of the most exciting races in New England this summer!”

“Josh has always been very friendly to us, and he always puts on a great show with great management behind it,” said Noah Korner. “That was certainly our biggest interest, and when we saw the prize payouts and tracks we’d be racing at, it was a no-brainer to compete.”

In just a few short years, Korner’s resume in Legends racing is already astonishing. After debuting in the car in 2015, he nearly swept the INEX National Championships just a year later, winning the 2016 Oval title and finishing second in the Road Course standings. Korner has raced across the United States and abroad, making his international Legends debut in Finland in 2017 and winning the inaugural Canadian Legend Car Asphalt Nationals in Ontario last July.

With so much experience competing at so many different tracks, Korner is looking forward to returning to a discipline that he favors. One of the country’s top oval drivers in a Legends car, Korner favors circuits like the quarter mile bullrings at WMMP and Thunder Road.

“White Mountains I’ve been to two previous times,” he added. “The first time I went up there I believe I got third, and this past year when we went, I won the feature. I love those types of tracks: small, high banking, and I’m just really looking forward to having some great competition. Hopefully it brings bigger car counts, more competition, and it’s going to be some fun racing.”

Korner’s program will look much the same as it has in previous years. He’ll drive for his father Glenn, who also owns Bullring Bash Legends class sponsor Midstate Site Development, and will continue to work with crew chief C.J. D’Addario.

“We’re pretty much going back to the same on everything,” Korner said. “What we had going worked. Our crew, between my dad, my brother, and me worked—we meshed, and kept producing a fast racecar. We were always, if not winning, in the top five. We’re just going to keep up that momentum, and hopefully it carries into 2019.”

To learn more about Noah Korner, visit www.noahkorner.net. For more information on Midstate Site Development, visit www.msdct.com. To keep up with the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, teams and fans can visit http://www.bullringbash.com.

Bullring Bash Teams With Waddell Communications For Wheelman of the Race Award

Attleboro, MA (January 11, 2019) — The Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge and Waddell Communications are pleased to announce the Waddell Communications Wheelman of the Race Award, a unique prize that will be offered at all three rounds of the inaugural Bullring Bash season. After the first two 50-lap segments of the Modified main event and the 35-lap Legends final, the driver who advances the most positions will be presented with a customized carbon fiber headset case. Waddell Communications will also serve as the Official Communications Provider of the Bullring Bash.

“We’re incredibly grateful to Shawn Waddell and Waddell Communications for supporting the Bullring Bash with the brand new Wheelman of the Race Award,” said Bullring Bash founder Josh Vanada. “Waddell Communications is the best of the best in race communications in the northeast, and we’re excited that they’re putting their support behind drivers who truly embody the concept of the wheelman. Anyone who can dig their way from the back of the pack to the front is deserving of recognition, and we’re excited to offer it to them with a unique prize all their own.”

“We think the Wheelman of the Race Award is a pretty great concept, and it’s going to be a fun award to watch out for,” said Shawn Waddell of Waddell Communications. “The Modifieds haven’t run much recently at the tracks that the Bullring Bash will be visiting, so it’s going to be interesting to see how the drivers adapt to these quarter mile bullrings. The carbon fiber cases seem to be a popular item, and people are always excited to win them. We’re looking forward to the start of the season!”

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Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge Represented at Northeast Motorsports Expo

Attleboro, MA (January 9, 2019) – The Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge will be represented at the 31st annual Northeast Motorsports Expo, coming to the Augusta Civic Center in Augusta, Maine on January 11-13, 2019. Attendees will see Bullring Bash signage and information with the White Mountains Motorsports Park and Thunder Road display, as well as Bill Dixon’s familiar #33 Modified that will compete in multiple events in the 2019 season.

“The Northeast Motorsports Expo is the largest event of its kind in New England, and a great place for us to get the word out about our inaugural season,” said Bullring Bash founder Josh Vanada. “We’re looking forward to getting the word out about the Bullring Bash, and we’re grateful to both Steven Perry at Mainely Motorsports for organizing the event every year, and Bill Dixon for joining us in Augusta with his Modified this weekend!”

Show hours are Friday from 4:30PM to 9:30PM, Saturday from 10AM to 9PM, and Sunday from 10AM to 3PM. Adult tickets are $10 per day or $20 for a three-day pass, with discounted tickets available for seniors and children ages 6-12 and free admission for children ages 5 and under. For more information on the Northeast Motorsports Expo, visit http://www.northeastmotorsportsexpo.net.

To keep up with the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, teams and fans can visit http://www.bullringbash.com. Fans can also stay connected on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @BullringBashQMC. Further announcements on sponsorships, competitors, and more will be made in the coming weeks.