On Saturday, September 16th, Management of Everett’s Auto Parts Racing announced their lineup for their 2018 driver lineup. The lineup features drivers in all 4 NASCAR Whelen All American Series divisions that compete weekly at the Bay State’s only racing facility.
Joining him in the Pro Stocks and competing for Rookie of the Year honors will be two time Everett’s Auto Parts Late Model Champion Dylan Estrella. While winless this season, the four time Seekonk champion has shown his mettle moving up the ranks after starting in the SYRA Mini Cup division, where he first tasted victory. 2018 will see the North Attleboro youngster take on some of the best drivers in New England weekly competition.
Making the move into the second tier division is former Sport Truck Champion Chase Belcher. Chase is coming off his third consecutive championship challenge, taking down one and this one is still yet to be decided. Chase is another graduate of the Mini Cup division, like Estrella.
Vinny Pangelinan will continue to carry the Everett’s Auto Parts colors in the Sportsman division. Pangelinan currently has one win on the year, and is coming off the biggest weekend of his life, as he and his new bride Kate Pangelinan joined hands in matrimony.
Taking over the duties behind the wheel of the Sport Truck ride, and returning to full time weekly competition for the first time in over a decade is former Pro Stock champion Bobby Tripp. Tripp has made sporadic appearances over the past several years, but has been quiet before getting back together with former partner Everett’s Auto Parts. In his words, it was “An offer he couldn’t refuse”.
The excitement coming from Roy and Bob from Everett’s is spreading through these teams as they complete this season and get ready for the future of Everett’s Auto Parts racing.