PASS National Championship To Kickoff On Big Stage At Richmond?

NAPLES, ME (March 16) – In two weeks, grassroots racers from across North America will finally be able to converge on Richmond Raceway for the long-awaited PASS Commonwealth Classic on Saturday, March 30. For many, it will be the chance of a lifetime to compete on one of the most historic short tracks in the country. But, for others, it will be the start of the 2019 Pro All Stars Series (PASS) National Championship Series.


Return to Mount Southington Ski Area on tap for East Coast Snocross

Return to Mount Southington Ski Area on tap for East Coast Snocross,
Presented by Woody’s Traction and FXR

        CLARKSBURG, Mass. (March 13, 2019) – When a relatively new venue has a special ‘feel’ and hospitality about it, there’s an increased level of excitement among race teams and fans. 

        This coming weekend, March 16-17, that feeling will be in the air again as East Coast Snocross (ECS) contests Rounds 12 and 13 on the 15-race schedule at the beautiful Mount Southington Ski Area in Plantsville, Connecticut.  


Kevin Harvick and KHI Management Double Down on Stafford SK Modified® Bonus?

(Stafford Springs, CT)— Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series star Kevin Harvick and his company KHI Management are back in Connecticut short track racing.  Partnering with Stafford Speedway in Stafford Springs, CT for the 2nd consecutive season, Harvick and KHI Management are set to present the same two weekly bonuses to Stafford’s SK Modified® division as last season but increased from a total of $125 per week to $250 per week.


Bennett Ready to Challenge Himself by Entering Bullring Bash

Attleboro, Massachusetts (March 11, 2019) — After winning almost everything there was to win in an INEX Legend Car at Connecticut’s New London-Waterford Speedbowl in 2018, Peter Bennett is ready to challenge himself once again this season. The 24-year-old standout from Cromwell, CT has added his name to the Bullring Bash Midstate Development Legends roster and will travel to New Hampshire and Vermont for the trio of all-star events this summer.


ACT Entry List for Richmond Continues to Grow

Waterbury, VT – One of the biggest events in the history of American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Models just continues to get bigger. A total of 35 drivers have now officially filed their entries for the ACT Commonwealth Classic 65 at Virginia’s Richmond Raceway on Saturday, March 30. With nearly three weeks still left before the event, the potential is there for even more names to be added to the list by the time the haulers arrive in Virginia.


Andy Austin Named Announcer for Bullring Bash Events at WMMP

Attleboro, Massachusetts (March 7, 2019) — One of the most recognizable voices in Northeast motorsports will be on the microphone for the first two Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge events.

Sanford, ME’s Andy Austin has been named the announcer for the Battle of the Banks at N. Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorsports Park on Sunday, June 16 as well as the Thunder in the Mountains on Saturday, August 10. The longtime Beech Ridge Motor Speedway announcer will call both the Bullring Bash Modified and Midstate Site Development Legend Car events at the ¼-mile raceway.


Saari Continues Unlikely Racing Journey by Being Named WMMP Grand Marshal

Attleboro, Massachusetts (March 4, 2019) — Thomas Saari has been named the Grand Marshal and honorary starter for the inaugural Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge event at N. Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorsports Park on Sunday, June 16. The event will be the latest chapter of an unlikely auto racing journey for Saari that started in earnest just a few years ago.


Quebec Racers Hope to Make their Presence Felt at Richmond?

Waterbury, VT – The inaugural American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Commonwealth Classic 65 at Virginia’s Richmond Raceway on Saturday, March 30 is shaping up to be an international showcase for ACT Late Model racing. Of the 32 drivers who have officially entered the $5,000-to-win event, eight of them hail from the Canadian province of Quebec. This means a quarter of the current field will travel as many as 14 hours each way and cross country borders to race at the historic track.