Updated Spectator Drag Points!
May27

Updated Spectator Drag Points!

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Lineham, Blais, Lallier & Murphy Victorious on Memorial Day Weekend!
May27

Lineham, Blais, Lallier & Murphy Victorious on Memorial Day Weekend!

  MURPHY COLLECTS SECOND WIN AFTER PAIVA DQ IN TECH By Dana Rowe Rob Murphy battled John Paiva for Sport Trucks Supremacy and discovered after crossing in second place that a technical infraction had stripped Paiva of his win and moved Murph from second into Victory Lane, elevating the remainder of the division one position each. Paiva started fourth, fought a spirited battle over second with rookie trucker, Eric LeBrun for seven...

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NEW Short Track Passport Program!!!
May20

NEW Short Track Passport Program!!!

Hey short track fans … HERE’s something to get excited about! New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Seekonk Speedway and 9 other short tracks around New England are participating in a race rewards program, Short Track Passport! New Hampshire Motor Speedway wants to reward hardcore fans for supporting racing at their local track with a discount on Saturday tickets and a return voucher for purchase of Sunday tickets at NHMS’s...

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Paiva, Lallier, Pelland and Belsito find Themselves in Victory Lane!
May18

Paiva, Lallier, Pelland and Belsito find Themselves in Victory Lane!

PAIVA CONQUERS LOUGEE ON LATE RESTART FOR TRUCKS VICTORY John Paiva came home with a feature win after a grueling contest with young David Lougee. Lougee led four-fifths of the twenty-five lapper, holding off Paiva the entire distance. But the former champ was able to storm ahead on a lap 19 restart. For a moment following a lap-19 restart, Mike Cavallaro seemed about to steal the hard-won lead away, but fell back and champ Rob...

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Opening Day Wins for Cavallaro, Parent, Potter and Scully Jr
May05

Opening Day Wins for Cavallaro, Parent, Potter and Scully Jr

  Tom Scully, Jr. spent the first 25 of 40 laps running hard in third with Kyle Casper leading the first 21 and then giving way to Radical Rick Martin, who knows more ways to beat you at The Konk than probably anybody. But the second-generation racer had some tricks left. He hung tough and at the finish claimed the laurels in a hard-driven contest that ran its first 25 laps without caution in a field of 21 cars. Only one...

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