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MRS Makes Long-Awaited Return to White Mountain This Saturday

N. Woodstock, NH — For the first time in 15 years, the thunder of the Modified Racing Series (MRS) is coming to White Mountain Motorsports Park. The long-running New England–based Modified tour arrives in N. Woodstock, NH this Saturday, September 5 at 6:00pm for the Honor to Essential Workers 100 as part of a holiday extravaganza presented by Caron Fabrication.

MRS officials are expecting a field of more than 25 cars for the long-awaited event. With household names such as Anthony Nocella, Woody Pitkat, Todd Owen, Richard Savary, and Ronnie Williams expected in attendance, it will be a big Labor Day Saturday whether fans are watching in the beautiful North Country or from the comfort of home on the Northeast Sports Network.

Saturday’s event is the first MRS visit to White Mountain since the 2005. The Modified Racing Series was founded in 2004 and made four trips to the track in its first two years — including both Labor Day dates. Now the pleas of drivers and fans have been answered with the renewal of that tradition.

Several competitors anticipated this weekend already have experience at White Mountain. Woburn, MA’s Anthony Nocella and Bellingham, MA’s Woody Pitkat, two former MRS champions, started both NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour events this year and ran the Bullring Bash event in 2019 with Nocella winning the latter. Pitkat made two starts in an American-Canadian Tour Late Model this year as well.

Still, it is too early to declare either the frontrunner. Six-time MRS winner Richard Savary of Holbrook, MA was a contender in the final laps of the Bullring Bash event. Ellington, CT’s Ronnie Williams won MRS features last year in at three different tracks and will try to put another notch in his belt.

Other former winners expected include Millis, MA’s Tommy Barrett, Feeding Hill, CT’s Jeff Gallup, and Auburn, NH’s Mike Douglas Jr. Series officials also say perennial Stafford Motor Speedway SK Modified contender Todd Owen of Somers, CT is making the trip north. A full list of expected drivers can be found at www.themodifiedracingseries.com.

The Honor to Essential Workers 100 is part of “Twin 100s” with the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models. The Leaf Peepers 100 has become another late-summer tradition and arrives as the year-long “King of the Mountain” championship chase enters the stretch drive.

With three point-counting events left, a pair of White Mountain titans are going at it for the title. Five-time champion Stacy Cahoon of St. Johnsbury, VT snapped a two-plus year winless drought last time out. In doing so, he put himself in position to nab a sixth championship. Cahoon is 13 points ahead of eight-time champion Quinny Welch. Groveton, NH’s Welch has yet to win a race this year but leads the division with seven top-5 finishes.

Not far behind are Monroe, NH’s Oren Remick and South Barre, VT’s Mike “Beetle” Bailey. Remick has won countless races at White Mountain over the years but is still searching for his first championship. Bailey, like Cahoon, recently broke a long winless streak and could be a dark horse in the battle. Craftsbury Common, VT’s Joel Hodgdon completes the top-5.

Saturday’s program also includes championship action for the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini’s, and 7-Eleven Dwarf Cars. Barton, VT’s Shane Sicard is in the catbird seat for his third straight Flying Tiger championship. The four-time 2020 winner has a 24-point lead over Hardwick, VT’s Jaden Perry. Rookie Kasey Beattie of St. Johnsbury, VT, who is the only driver to finish in the top-10 at every event, sits third.

The experience of Bethlehem, NH’s Brett Jackson continues to lead the youth of Littleton, NH’s Tyler Thompson in the Strictly Stock Mini’s. Jackson has finished in the top-5 at all nine point-counting events, giving him a 13-point edge over Thompson. St. Johnsbury, VT’s Colby Bourgeois has been unstoppable in the Dwarf Cars and leads teammate Jason Wyman after three straight victories.

White Mountain Motorsports Park celebrates Labor Day this Saturday, September 5 at 6:00pm with Twin 100s. Both the Modified Racing Series and the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models have 100-lap main events presented by Caron Fabrication along with a full card for the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini’s, and 7-Eleven Dwarf Cars.

The front gates open at 3:30pm. Admission is $20 for adults and $5 for kids ages 12 and under. A $25 live pay-per-view broadcast is also available on the Northeast Sports Network at www.NSNsports.net.

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.whitemountainmotorsports.com or www.themodifiedracingseries.com. You can also get updates on Facebook at @WhiteMtnMotorsports.

Mark Alan Sumner photo

Sweet Does it Again for PASS Midsummer 150 Win

Norm Marx / PASS photo

N. Woodstock, NH — Barre, VT’s Nick Sweet showed once again that you can never count him out as he roared to his fourth Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model win of the season at N. Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorsports Park on Sunday, August 9. Sweet overpowered defending champion D.J. Shaw on a restart with 11 laps to go to capture the PASS Midsummer Classic 150 as seen live on the Northeast Sports Network.

As a previous 2020 winner, Sweet started 11th on the grid for the main event. The veteran steadily worked his way through the field, moving into the top-five on lap 29 and grabbing the third spot from polesitter Ben Ashline on lap 52 with Ben Rowe right behind him. At that point, Sweet trailed only Joey Doiron and Shaw, who had combined to set a torrid pace in the early going.

Sweet kept the pressure on, moving past Shaw on lap 64 as the top four raced under a blanket. When the second caution came out on lap 71 for Scott McDaniel’s stalled machine, Sweet lined up outside Doiron and got the break when the green flag flew once again.

Shaw followed Sweet around the outside for second as the handle started going away on Doiron’s car. The leaders than chased each other through traffic, at one point putting more than half the field at least one lap in arrears and leaving third-place Rowe in the dust.

As the race passed the 100-lap mark, Shaw decided it was time to make his move, going to work on Sweet and eventually snatching the top spot back on lap 106. Just as Shaw was pulling away, though, the third caution came out with 19 laps to go for debris on the back chute.

Shaw was able to handle Sweet on the restart and seemed in the catbird seat for his first win of the season. But with 11 laps to go, Rowe suddenly slowed in turn two with a right front tire going down, bringing out the final yellow and stacking the field up once again. This time, Sweet showed his full muscle, wheeling his Maddog Motorsports car around the outside groove and back into the lead. The defending champion was no match over the final 11 laps as Sweet picked up his third PASS win at White Mountain this year and padded his points lead.

Jeremy Davis came on strong late to win a duel with Ashline for the third position. Derek Ramstrom, Rowe, Travis Benjamin, Gabe Brown, Austin Teras, and Johnny Clark completed the top-10.

Gray, ME’s Tyler King continued a dominance similar to that of Sweet’s in the PASS Modifieds with his fourth victory of the year. King was locked in a back-and-forth duel with Center Conway, NH’s Mark Lundblad Jr. for the lead with 10 laps remaining in the 50-lap event when Colby Benjamin spun on the front stretch to draw the caution flag.

Lundblad had the lead with the green flew, but on the restart, Gary Dwinal got turned around coming off the second corner, and King won the race back to the yellow. The late havoc continued on the next restart when Joseph Day backed hard into the turn one wall, and during the caution, Lundblad was forced to the pits with overheating problems. That left King to cruise practically uncontested to yet another checkered flag.

Shawn Knight took advantage of the chaos to finish second in his first PASS Modified outing of the season. Dwinal recovered nicely from his spin to place third. Kevin Durgin, Chandler Harrison, Spencer Vaughn, A.J. Cates, Milo Washer, Ashley Beyea, and Justin Larsen rounded out the top-10.

Waterbury Center, VT’s Tanner Woodard was nearly perfect en route to victory in the two-segment Allen Lumber Street Stock feature. Woodard won the first 25-lap segment going away after charging past early leader Luke Peters following a lap-14 caution for Keegan Lamson’s spin. The 16-year-old then carved his way through the field to finish second in the final 25-lap segment and win the overall with a total of three points.

Defending Thunder Road Street Stock Champion Jeffrey Martin took second overall with finishes of fifth and third, respectively. Lamson bounced back from his segment one spin to win the second segment and place third in the final tally. Peters and Tyler Pepin were fourth and fifth overall.

E. Corinth, VT’s Brian Putney waited until the last possible moment to snag the win in the Burnett Scrap Metals Road Warriors. After winning the first 20-lap segment, Putney found himself several spots behind Oxford, ME invader Eric Parlin, who had finished third in segment one. As the duo navigated a pack that also included Josh Vilbrin, Kevin LaForest, and Justin Prescott, the overall title seemed out of reach for Putney.

However, the pack got bunched up on the final lap thanks to some slower traffic. Entering turn three for the final time, Putney saw an opening and went for it. Going full steam ahead, he gained two spots in the last two corners, nipping Parlin by a paint job for fourth in the segment and winning the overall with five total points.

Parlin’s third and fifth gave him eight points, which was enough for second in a tiebreaker with Prescott. Bear Ridge regular Kevin LaForest, Sean “Chubby Rambo” McCarthy, Vilbrin, Tyler Whittemore, segment two winner Nate “Tater” Brien, Jamie York, and Frank Putney also finished in the overall top-10.

White Mountain Motorsports Park continues its summer racing season with 7-Eleven Night this Saturday, August 15 at 6:00pm. The 7-Eleven Dwarf Cars have their annual special with added laps and added purse. A full card of racing is also scheduled for the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini’s, and Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Trucks. Admission is $12 for adults, $3 for kids ages 6-12, and $25 for a family of four (2 adults, 2 kids).

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.whitemountainmotorsports.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour or @WhiteMtnMotorsports.

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Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps

1. Nick Sweet ( 40 ) Barre, VT, 150 Laps

2. D.J. Shaw ( 60 ) Center Conway, NH, 150 Laps

3. Jeremy Davis ( 09 ) Tamworth, NH, 150 Laps

4. Ben Ashline ( 99 ) Pittston, ME, 150 Laps

5. Derek Ramstrom ( 35 ) Worcester, MA, 150 Laps

6. Ben Rowe ( 4 ) Turner, ME, 150 Laps

7. Travis Benjamin ( 7 ) Belfast, ME, 150 Laps

8. Gabe Brown ( 47B ) Center Conway, NH, 150 Laps

9. Austin Teras ( 29 ) Gray, ME, 150 Laps

10. Johnny Clark ( 54 ) Hallowell, ME, 150 Laps

11. Joey Doiron ( 16 ) Berwick, ME, 149 Laps

12. Dan Winter ( 81 ) Windham, NH, 149 Laps

13. Dylan Estrella ( 46 ) N. Attleboro, MA, 149 Laps

14. Kate Re ( 10 ) Harrison, ME, 148 Laps

15. Cody LeBlanc ( 55 ) Berlin, NH, 147 Laps

16. Scott McDaniel ( 14 ) Livermore, ME, 145 Laps

17. Cassius Clark ( 39 ) Farmington, ME, 125 Laps

18. Antony Constantino ( 14C ) Sumner, ME, 70 Laps

19. Evan Hallstrom ( 1VT ) Northfield, VT, 60 Laps

20. Craig Weinstein ( 90 ) E. Walpole, MA, 59 Laps

21. Tom Scully Jr. ( 2 ) W. Warwick, RI, 24 Laps


Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Tyler King ( 11 ) Gray, ME

2. Shawn Knight ( 13 ) South Paris, ME

3. Gary Dwinal ( 55 ) Lisbon, ME

4. Kevin Durgin ( 12 ) Scarborough, ME

5. Chandler Harrison ( 6 ) Freeport, ME

6. Spencer Vaughn ( 7 ) Canton, ME

7. A.J. Cates ( 2 ) Lyman, ME

8. Milo Washer ( 4 ) Norway, ME

9. Ashley Beyea ( 44 ) Old Orchard Beach, ME

10. Justin Larsen ( 18 ) Peru, ME

11. Mark Lundblad Jr. ( 28 ) Center Conway, NH

12. Joseph L. Day ( 37 ) Parsonfield, ME

13. Colby Benjamin ( 52 ) Belmont, ME

14. Spencer Morse ( 34 ) Waterford, ME

15. J.R. Baril ( 00 ) Haverhill, MA

DNS Bobby Nadeau ( 35 ) Buxton, ME


Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Tanner Woodard ( 68 ) Waterbury Ctr., VT

2. Jeffrey Martin ( 8 ) Barre, VT

3. Keegan Lamson ( 55 ) Berlin, VT

4. #Luke Peters ( 26 ) Groton, VT

5. Tyler Pepin ( 78 ) Barre, VT

6. #Kyler Davis ( 69 ) Berlin, VT

7. James Dopp ( 0 ) Northfield, VT

8. Justin Blakey ( 17 ) Graniteville, VT

9. #Kaiden Fisher ( 18 ) Shelburne, VT

10. #Brodie Frasier ( 71 ) E. Montpelier, VT

11. Thomas Peck ( 96 ) Waterbury, VT


Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Brian Putney ( 87 ) E. Cornith, VT

2. Eric Parlin ( 3 ) Oxford, ME

3. Justin Prescott ( 44 ) Williston, VT

4. Kevin LaForest ( 49 ) Northfield, VT

5. Sean McCarthy ( 86 ) Williamstown, VT

6. Josh Vilbrin ( 07 ) Northfield, VT

7. Tyler Whittemore ( 74 ) Barre, VT

8. Nate Brien ( 16 ) Williamstown, VT

9. Jamie York ( 68 ) Barre, VT

10. Frank Putney ( 78 ) Graniteville, VT

11. Fred Fleury ( 99 ) Graniteville, VT

12. Clay Badger ( 9 ) E. Montpelier, VT

13. Jason Kirby ( 71 ) Milton, VT

14. Jacob Hall-Larson ( 42 ) Northfield, VT

15. Paige Whittemore ( 47 ) Graniteville, VT

16. Luke Marcheski ( 65 ) Boston, MA

17. Rodney Campbell ( 10 ) Worcester, VT

18. Haidyn Pearce ( 4 ) Middlesex, VT

19. Kendall Zeno ( 21 ) Middlesex, VT

Moltz Takes Control Late for Big Payday in ACT Midsummer Classic

N. Woodstock, NH — New Sharon, ME’s Dillon Moltz was in it for the long haul at N. Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorports Park on Saturday, August as he took control late to win the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Midsummer Classic 250. Moltz grabbed the lead for good from Williamstown, VT’s Jimmy Hebert on a lap-183 restart and steadily pulled away down the stretch to snag the $10,000 payday on day one of Midsummer Classic Weekend.

The multi-time ACT winner started back in 16th for the 250-lap showdown and steadily worked his way through the field as polesitter Ryan Kuhn set the early pace. When the first caution flag on lap 61 after Joey Polewarczyk suffered a mechanical failure and left oil all around the race track, Moltz was up to the sixth spot, trailing Kuhn, Christopher Pelkey, D.J. Shaw, Scott Payea, and Hebert.

The top six then went back-and-forth amidst a series of mid-race cautions that in turn triggered a flurry of tire strategies. A five-car pile-up on lap 74 led into the event’s competition fuel stop, and when another yellow flew five laps later, Payea was the first of the leaders to change tires. Moltz had moved into the second spot by this time, and when the green flag came out, he swept around Shaw on the outside to get the lead for the first time.

The duo traded the top spot on three more cautions over the next 19 laps, with the outside line getting the advantage each time. On a lap-92 caution, Hebert, Pelkey, Jason Corliss, and several other top runners ducked into the pits to put on fresh rubber. Following the sixth yellow at lap-98 for debris on the track, Shaw got the lead and the field finally settled down for a long green-flag run. After stalking Shaw for much of the run, Moltz seized an opportunity in lapped traffic on the 141st circuit, pinning Shaw behind a slower car and snatching the point once again.

When the caution flew for the seventh time on lap 158 for Jimmy Renfrew Jr.’s spin, nearly all of the lead-lap cars who had not yet gotten fresh tires chose to do so, including Kuhn, Shaw, Nick Sweet, and Alby Ovitt, with still others making a second stop. Moltz, though, stayed out, deciding then and there to try and go the distance on the same four tires he started the race with.

The early returns on the move were not promising as both Bryan Kruczek and Jimmy Hebert sailed around Moltz on the restart. As Hebert went to work on Kruczek and eventually wrestled the lead away on lap 171, Moltz regained his footing, and he was pressuring Hebert when Renfrew and Sweet tangled to bring out the eighth and final caution on lap 183.

The outside groove was gold once again on the restart as Moltz grabbed the lead for the fourth different time of the night. This time, it was for good, as Moltz slowly but surely drove away from Hebert for a convincing win and a five-figure check to go with it. It was the fourth ACT win of Moltz’s career and his third in ACT competition at White Mountain Motorsports Park.

Hebert finished second and unofficially will take over the ACT point lead. Barre, VT’s Corliss held off a spirited charge from Payea to take third. Newmarket, NH’s Kruczek, who had been involved in the lap-74 tangle, recovered for fifth. Milton, VT’s Dylan Payea roared from 24th on the starting grid to finish sixth. Quinny Welch, Kuhn, Derek Gluchacki, and Shaw rounded out the top-10.

Danville, VT’s Laci Potter smoked the field in the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers for her first career win. The 15-year-old first-year Flying Tiger racer started on the outside pole for the 35-lap feature and immediately drove past Nathaniel Parkin for the lead. Potter then drove like a woman on a mission, leaving the field in the dust for much of the caution-free event.

Point leader Shane Sicard of Barton, VT, sliced his way from the ninth spot to take the runner-up spot from Littleton, NH’s Ryan Ware with just over 10 laps to go. By then, Potter was more than a quarter-track ahead. Sicard started gaining on Potter as the laps wound down, but it was too little, too late as Potter earned a popular win.

Sicard took second while Ware, in just his fourth career Flying Tiger start, finished third. Kasey Beattie, Amanda Wheelers, Parkin, Jason Woodard, Mike Clark, Matthew Potter, and Michael Potter completed the top-10.

Sicard’s brother Adam did him one spot better as he rolled to Victory Lane in the Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Mini’s. The former division champion charged from the 11th starting spot in the 25-lap feature and was running second to Les Washburn when the event’s only caution flag came out with 12 laps complete. Washburn was initially able to hold Sicard off on the restart, but the veteran finally plucked the lead away from him on lap 15 and cruised to the win.

Father-son duo Brett and Dustin Jackson of Bethlehem, NH came out on top of a spirited late-race duel with Tyler Thompson and Washburn to complete the podium. Thompson and Washburn followed them across the finish line in that order. Jack Hayes, Jamie Ball, Gavin McGinnis, Jason Rogers, and Todd Derrington finished sixth through 10th.

Gilmanton, NH’s Thomas Smithers VI came on strong late to capture his fourth win of the year in the Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Trucks. Smithers was running third to Kamden Potter and Owen Rogers when Potter began to slow late in the 15-lap feature. Rogers and Smithers both drove around Potter on lap 11, and with the two-to-go signal in sight, Smithers dove inside Rogers entering turn three to take the lead and the eventual win.

Rogers came in second with Dominic Warren third. Potter and Matthew Knowlton rounded out the top-five.

Midsummer Classic Weekend at White Mountain Motorsports Park continues Sunday, August 9 at 1:30pm with the Midsummer Classic 150 for the PASS Super Late Models. The PASS Modifieds, Allen Lumber Street Stocks, and Burnett Scrap Metals Road Warriors join them in action. Admission is $20 for adults and $5 for kids ages 12 and under with tickets available at the front gate. The Northeast Sports Network is also offering a $25 live pay-per-view broadcast at www.NSNsports.net/sponsors/racing.

The ACT Late Model Tour heads to Groveton, NH’s Riverside Speedway next Saturday, August 15 for the Gardiner & June Leavitt Memorial 150. Post time is 6:00pm for the event that was previously postponed due to weather. Admission is $20 for adults, $14 for seniors/military, and free for kids ages 12 and under.

For more information, contact the ACT or White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com or www.whitemountainmotorsports.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour or @WhiteMtnMotorsports.

For more about the Northeast Sports Network, visit www.NSNsports.net or follow them on Facebook and Twitter at @NSNsports.






Pos. Start Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps

1. ( 16 ) Dillon Moltz ( 5ME ) , New Sharon, ME , 250 Laps

2. ( 10 ) Jimmy Hebert ( 58VT ) , Williamstown, VT , 250 Laps

3. ( 14 ) Jason Corliss ( 66VT ) , Barre, VT , 250 Laps

4. ( 8 ) Scott Payea ( 37VT ) , Colchester, VT , 250 Laps

5. ( 21 ) Bryan Kruczek ( 19NH ) , Newmarket, NH , 250 Laps

6. ( 24 ) Dylan Payea ( 7NH ) , Milton, VT , 250 Laps

7. ( 13 ) Quinten Welch ( 78NH ) , Groveton, NH , 250 Laps

8. ( 1 ) Ryan Kuhn ( 72MA ) , E.Bridgewater, MA , 250 Laps

9. ( 2 ) #Derek Gluchacki ( 03MA ) , Dartmouth, MA , 250 Laps

10. ( 5 ) D.J. Shaw ( 04VT ) , Center Conway, NH , 249 Laps

11. ( 17 ) Alby Ovitt ( 35NH ) , Candia, NH , 249 Laps

12. ( 7 ) Joel Hodgdon ( 36VT ) , Craftsbury, VT , 249 Laps

13. ( 3 ) Christopher Pelkey ( 64VT ) , Graniteville, VT , 249 Laps

14. ( 18 ) Jesse Switser ( 25NH ) , W. Burke, VT , 249 Laps

15. ( 4 ) #Tom Carey III ( 5MA ) , New Salem, MA , 248 Laps

16. ( 22 ) Oren Remick ( 21NH ) , Monroe, NH , 247 Laps

17. ( 27 ) Matt Anderson ( 49NH ) , Andover, NH , 244 Laps

18. ( 20 ) Stephen Donahue ( 2VT ) , Graniteville, VT , 183 Laps

19. ( 15 ) Nick Sweet ( 40VT ) , Barre, VT , 183 Laps

20. ( 9 ) Jimmy Renfrew Jr. ( 00NH ) , Candia, NH , 182 Laps

21. ( 11 ) Ben Rowe ( 4ME ) , Turner, ME , 166 Laps

22. ( 26 ) Scott Coburn ( 72VT ) , Barre, VT , 157 Laps

23. ( 19 ) Bryan Mason ( 10NH ) , Milan, NH , 130 Laps

24. ( 23 ) Sammy Gooden ( 01NH ) , Whitefield, NH , 97 Laps

25. ( 12 ) Marcel J. Gravel ( 86VT ) , Wolcott, VT , 74 Laps

26. ( 28 ) Jeff Marshall ( 32NH ) , Gilman, VT , 73 Laps

27. ( 25 ) Jon Savage ( 18NH ) , Whitefield, NH , 73 Laps

28. ( 6 ) Joey Polewarczyk ( 97NH ) , Hudson, NH , 0 Laps

Lap Leaders: Ryan Kuhn, 1-65, Christopher Pelkey, 66-74; D.J. Shaw, 75-79; Dillon Moltz, 80-82; Shaw, 83-92; Moltz, 93-98; Shaw, 99-140; Moltz, 141-158; Bryan Kruczek, 159-171; Jimmy Hebert, 172-183; Moltz, 184-250. (10 lead changes among 6 drivers)

Time of Race: 1 hour, 48 minutes, 4 seconds   Margin of Victory:  seconds

Cautions: 8 (laps 61, 74, 79, 82, 92, 98, 158, 183)

Heat Winners: Jason Corliss, Jimmy Renfrew, Ben Rowe

Consi Winners: Stephen Donahue, Jimmy Hebert

B-Feature Winner: Bryan Kruczek


Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Laci Potter ( 55X ) Danville, VT

2. Shane Sicard ( 4NH ) Barton, VT

3. Ryan Ware ( 32VT ) Littleton, NH

4. #Kasey Beattie ( 45NH ) St.Johnsbury, VT

5. Amanda Wheeler ( 20NH ) Bradford, VT

6. Nathaniel Parkin ( 88NH ) Bradford, VT

7. Jason Woodard ( 68VT ) Waterbury Ctr., VT

8. Michael Clark ( 2VT ) Bethlehem, NH

9. Matthew Potter ( 23VT ) Marshfield, VT

10. Michael Potter ( 23NH ) Marshfield, VT

11. Jody Sicard ( 49NH ) Barton, VT

12. Jaden Perry ( 92VT ) Hardwick, VT

13. Danny Doyle ( 51VT ) Randolph Ctr., VT

14. #Hunter King ( 62VT ) Woodbury, VT


Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Adam Sicard ( 16 ) Barton, VT

2. Brett Jackson ( 31 ) Bethlehem, NH

3. Dustin Jackson ( 37 ) Bethlehem, NH

4. Tyler Thompson ( 51 ) Littleton, NH

5. Les Washburn ( 11 ) Bethlehem, NH

6. Jack Hayes ( 09 ) Littleton, NH

7. Jamie Ball ( 99 ) Passumpsic, VT

8. Gavin McGinnis ( 10 ) St. Johnsbury, VT

9. Jason Rogers* ( 91 ) Glover, VT

10. Todd Derrington ( 57 ) Littleton, NH

11. Scott Senecal ( 1 ) Lisbon, NH

12. Jillian Baumgardner ( 14 ) N. Woodstock, NH

13. Nicole Ouellette ( 88 ) Milan, NH

14. Dave Driscoll ( 19 ) N. Woodstock, NH

15. Darren Newland ( 25 ) E. Burke, VT

16. Jason Fallman ( 21 ) N. Woodstock, NH

17. Joe Giddings ( 41 ) Waterford, VT

*Sub driver for Keri Driscoll


Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Thomas Smithers, VI ( 24 ) Gilmanton, NH

2. Owen Rogers ( 4 ) Glover, VT

3. Dominic Warren ( 9 ) Concord, VT

4. Kamden Potter ( 55 ) W. Danville, VT

5. Matthew Knowlton ( 8 ) Northfield, NH

6. McKenna Merchant ( 99 )

7. Amanda St. Amour ( 20 ) Brookfield, VT

8. Damion Sicard ( 23 ) Barton, VT

Photo:Daniel Holben