May 8 and 9 Set as Northeast Classic Make-Up Dates if Needed

May 8 and 9 Set as Northeast Classic Make-Up Dates if Needed

Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME – American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Star Series (PASS) officials announced today that Friday, May 8 and Saturday, May 9 have been set as “if needed” make-up dates for the inaugural Northeast Classic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS). While the event has not officially been postponed at this time, recent developments have led to setting the alternative dates so teams and fans can prepare for the possibility.

The decision to reserve the make-up dates came in the wake of a stay-at-home order issued by the state of New Hampshire due to the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak. This order is currently in effect from midnight on March 27 until May 4, which would span the current April 17 and 18 dates for the Northeast Classic. The U.S.-Canada border is also temporarily closed to nonessential travel as a result of the outbreak, which would affect Quebec teams planning to attend the event.

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TRI TRACK OPEN MODIFIED SERIES STATEMENT

TRI TRACK OPEN MODIFIED SERIES STATEMENT: 

The Tri Track Open Modified Series hopes each of you are healthy and safe during thCOVID-19 pandemic. On Thursday, the state of New Hampshire issued a stay-at-home order for their residents through May 4, which directly impacts our season-opener, originally scheduled for May 2 at Monadnock Speedway. We will abide by the rulings of state government officials during this difficult time in the effort to keep everyone safe.  

Therefore, we have postponed the opener at Monadnock Speedway until Saturday, May 9. This new date is tentative, as the COVID-19 situation is fluid and changing daily. Please stick with our social media channels for the latest information if there is to be any further updates. 

GSPSS Announces 2020 Contingency Awards

GSPSS Announces 2020 Contingency Awards

For 2020 the Granite State Pro Stock Series has partnered with some of the top suppliers to short track racing teams to provide one of the industry’s best contingency programs. Several new companies as well as many returning ones will support the teams as they compete in 2020.

“We take great pride in working with quality companies to get the racers a little extra for their efforts”, Stated series President Mike Parks. “This year’s contingency program is arguably the best we have ever had and that is exciting for everyone”.

Three new companies have signed on, although none of them are unfamiliar to the series and its teams.

Speed51 is a longtime partner and will present $51 to the leader of lap 51 at all events in 2020. They will also continue to stream most of the 2020 scheduled events live. “Speed51 has enjoyed a great relationship with the Granite State Pro Stock Series”, says Northeast editor Brandon Ward. “We are happy to have a partnership that benefits the series, tracks, racers and fans”.

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ARBodies, Five Star Both to Award Challenge Cup Certificates

ARBodies, Five Star Both to Award Challenge Cup Certificates

American Canadian Tour

Waterbury, VT – Two more season-ending prizes have been added to the pool for the inaugural New England Late Model Challenge Cup (NELMCC) presented by American Racer. The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) announced today that ARBodies and Five Star Race Car Bodies will each award a $500 product certificate to a participating driver following the 2020 Challenge Cup season.

The pair of certificates join the Crazy Horse Racing/Port City Racecars ACT chassis drawing that was previously announced. To be eligible for these drawings, drivers must register for the NELMCC presented by American Racer by the April 24 deadline. They must also compete in at least 10 eligible Challenge Cup events this year.

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