Winchester, NH – Super Saturday Championship night at Monadnock Speedway displayed the confidence and dominance one would expect. The night’s racing crowned six champions and honored a family member of one past champion. A pair of 50-lap features and a 62-lap enduro were the keystones in a seven feature afternoon of racing.
The day’s other 50-lap championship race crowned two champions. The Street Stock division of the New Hampshire Short Track Racing Association held their final race in a six race, five track series Battle of the Belt. This meant that both the Monadnock Speedway Street Stock Champion and the series Champion would both be honored at the end of the race. David Greenslit of Claremont, NH, held a slim ten point lead for the track championship over Belchertown, MA, driver Chris Buffone. Brothers Chase and Jarret Curtis of Rutland, MA, were twenty-two points apart for the Battle of the Belt.
Winchester, NH –The marquee event of this past Sunday at the high banks of Monadnock Speedway was the Tri-Track Open Modified 100. Thirty-one cars signed in to participate, twenty-six qualified for the race. Monadnock Speedway regular Ben Byrne of Greenfield, MA, led the field to the green and led the race for sixty-eight laps before ceding the lead to Rhode Island driver Richard Savary. His hold on the top spot lasted until lap ninety-three when Chase Dowling slipped by for the lead and the six thousand dollar plus payday. Savary was second. Seventeen year-old rookie driver Jacob Perry of Stonington, CT, was third. The race was slowed by ten cautions.
Kuhn Captures First Late Model Sportsman Victory, Ends Brow’s Streak
Winchester, NH – All good things must come to an end. And so it was at Monadnock Speedway’s Matco Tools night Saturday. It’s a bit of a cliché, but nonetheless true of winning streaks for Solomon Brow, Jake Puchalski and Todd Patnode. The Labor Day weekend program touted twin 40-lap features for the Sportsman Modifieds and the much anticipated twelfth straight win for Late Model Sportsman driver, Solomon Brow.
Patnode Takes Seventh Win of the Season at Monadnock Speedway Saturday
Winchester, NH — It was a classic late August night at Monadnock Speedway Saturday. Drivers trying to keep streaks alive and gain points for their championship, fans getting in one more night of racing before school starts and a cool evening with a gorgeous fuchsia sunset lighting up the fair-weather clouds.
Winchester, NH: This past Saturday. Monadnock Speedway was forced to cancel the JBH Classic featuring Granite State Pro Stocks and Valenti Modified Racing Series along with their weekly divisions due to heavy storms in the region. At press time, there is no make up for this event as both touring series do not have a date available that works for them and the speedway.
After a long summer break, The Granite State Pro Stock Series gets back to action with one of its biggest events of the season. The JBH 150, at Monadnock Speedway in Winchester NH, is the series annual tribute to one of its founders, John “Boy” Hoyt.
This event has turned into one of the most anticipated events of the season for the fans, series staff and the competitors. The Wrenn family has stepped up and turned this into a showcase event going 150 green flag laps, paying $3000 to win and $300 to start.