Naples, & ME Waterbury, VT – Officials for the Pro All Star Series (PASS) and the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) have announced the event schedule for the inaugural 2020 Northeast Classic slated for Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18. The two premier full fendered series’ in the Northeast are partnering up on New England’s biggest stage for what is hoped to be a yearly event.
“What bigger way to open our 2020 Northeast racing season than on the biggest stage in the region,” said Pass president Tom Mayberry. “We’re glad to be working with ACT and NHMS on this event and aim to make it a new annual tradition for racers from Connecticut to Quebec.” The Northeast Classic will also feature open races for the powerful Tour-type Modifieds, the always popular Street Stock class, as well as the newly added New England Mini-Stock Tour (NEMST) making its 7th appearance at the “Magic Mile”.
Patenaude, Todd split Pro finals in Winchester for Eastern Snocross Tour Series makes solid debut in Granite State with talented field
WINCHESTER, N.H. (Jan. 20, 2020) — Veteran snocross racers Leo Patenaude and Corin Todd split the Pro finals over the weekend, as the new Eastern Snocross Tour (ESXT) made its debut at Winchester Speedpark.
Patenaude (Ingles Performance/Ski-doo) blasted to victory in Saturday’s final over Marco Travaglini (Ingles Performance/Ski-doo) and Todd, a former regular on the ISOC national circuit. Todd (Team Southside/Polaris), of Otego, N.Y., found redemption with his first eastern regional win in years on Sunday, with Patenaude and rising star Adam Ashline (Ingles/Ski-doo) filling out the podium.
In HK Powersports Pro Lite action, Dalton Jacquier (Team Southside/Polaris) outgunned his rivals to claim Saturday’s hotly-contested final. Adam Ashline (Ingles/Ski-doo) put in a solid effort to claim second, while series newcomer Mitchell O’Keefe finished third.
Tri Track Open Modified Series Announces 2020 Points Format Best Five of Six Races To Be Counted Towards Championship; Registrations Open For New Season
By Kyle Souza
SEEKONK, Mass. — Tri Track Open Modified Series officials announced on Wednesday the point standings structure that will be used for the 2020 season.
As part of six events, drivers will tally points in each feature. In 2020, the champion will be decided by taking the best five out of six point totals a driver receives. Drivers will no longer be required to attend all six events to score the championship, but with a drop race factored into the totals, the new format allows for a driver to have a miscue, while still being in contention for the title.
“This will give drivers a bit more of a buffer in case something goes wrong at one of the races,” Wayne Darling, one of two Managing Partners of the Tri Track Open Modified Series, said. “This is just one of many announcements we will have over the next few months. We’re looking forward to getting the season underway in May.”
LOUDON, NH: Kick off the 2020 racing season at the North East Motor Sports Museum on Saturday February 15th with free food and fun at our annual Daytona Party. The party starts at noon and runs until the end of the NASCAR Xfinity 300 which will be shown on our new 12×10 big screen! The party is free for museum members and kids under 12. If you’re not a member become one the day of the event or pay $10 for entry. Members, please bring your member cards for entry.
For one day only the 60 foot slot car drag strip returns to the museum for guests to test their reaction time and claim bragging rights. The slot car drag strip features a working christmas tree starting light, so don’t red light! In addition to the drag strip the museum slot car oval will be zooming with many makes and models of cars.
Bell, Lessard split Pro class wins in Sherman for Rock Maple Racing Gould Mountain Farms kicks off 2020 in fine style
SHERMAN, Maine (Jan. 20, 2020) — Veteran snowmobile racers Heath Bell and Remington Lessard split the Pro class finals on Saturday, as Rock Maple Racing (RMR) completed Round 1 of its’ six-race 2020 cross country schedule at the beautiful Gould Mountain Farms.
Bell (Ski-doo), of New Gloucester, Maine, blasted his way to victory in the Woody’s Pro Open final over Casey Savage and Lessard. Bell crossed the stripe just 1.563 seconds ahead of Savage in a hotly-contested race. Twenty sleds ran the final, with battles for position all over the 5.2 mile course.