Fall Challenge returns to Claremont Motorsports Park
Claremont NH-For the first time in a number of years, the fall challenge returned to Claremont Motorsports Park. Thirteen divisions took to the race track beginning Saturday afternoon under perfect skies and the racing was nothing but outstanding!
The weekend got started with a major announcement about the future of the speedway. In the drivers meeting Mike Parks announced that he and MDP Motor Sports Promotions had entered into an agreement with the owners of the Speedway to lease the facility for the 2020 racing season. Parks stated that, “further announcements will be made as far as rules, schedule, payoffs and more in the coming weeks”. Parks went on to say, “fans and competitors alike should keep an eye on both the series website and the tracks website as well as social media for updates”.
Bring Your Lemon to “The Magic Mile” and Make Lemonade The 24 Hours of Lemons Halloween Hooptiefest returns to New Hampshire Motor Speedway October 19-20 for a weekend of silly family racing fun to benefit Speedway Children’s Charities New Hampshire Chapter.
GSPSS Season Finale at Claremont Motorsports Park Sunday
The final race of the 2019 Granite State Pro Stock Series will take place at the Claremont Motor Sports Park as the headline event of the newly rejuvenated Fall Challenge. Two days of exciting action will wrap up Sunday October 20 with 100 laps of pro stock action as the series crowns its champion.
Derek Griffith returned to Granite State Pro Stock Series competition for Russ Conways Oktoberfest at Lee USA Speedway this weekend and left with the GSPSS trifecta. The annual festival of speed at the shoreline oval was run in the memory of the events founder, Russ Conway. When the weekend was complete it was a huge success for all in attendance especially Griffith.
Gray Takes Top Spot Late for Rusty’s Towing Enduro Win
N. Woodstock, NH – E. Thetford, VT’s Brandon Gray took it to the bank at White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, October 5 by scoring the win in the Rusty’s Towing & Recovery Enduro. Gray came out on top of a back-and-forth battle with Orleans, VT’s Cody Hodge to grab the victory and the $3,000 top prize.
Oktoberfest up next for the GSPSS at Lee USA Speedway
As the 2019 Granite State Pro Stock Series season winds down, the series takes part in one of the most anticipated events of the year. The two day Oktoberfest at Lee USA Speedway has become a destination event for New England race fans and teams alike.
The last three Lee events for the GSPSS have been dominated by two drivers from just up the road in Maine. They are friends, competitors, rivals and coworkers, as both drivers work at JBJ Machine in North Berwick Maine. The machine shop, owned by John Doiron, not only employs both drivers but makes numerous parts for race cars driven throughout New England.