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JULY 29 - TTOMS @ STAR
   ONE MORE RACE! TRI TRACK MODS ANNOUNCE FINAL RACE FOR 2017
Seekonk Speedway is excited to announce the addition of a new Tri Track Open Modified Series race to be held on October 28th, 2017. The “Haunted Hundred” will be the fourth and final race in the 2017 Tri Track series season. The rain date for this event will be Sunday October 29th. The Race will feature a $6000 first place winners share of the $35,000 purse with great payouts throughout the entire field. The Haunted Hundred will count towards the Tri Track point fund standings. “We are grateful to the Venditti Family and Seekonk Speedway for hosting a second race this year,” said Wayne Darling, managing partner of TTOMS. “Seekonk has always been a great race track for the series. Fourteen years of $10,000 to win...”....Full Story
   WOODY PITKAT TO ENTER NASCAR WHELEN MODIFIED TOUR STAFFORD 150
After parting ways with the #46 Russell Goodale owned team following the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour’s most recent race in New Hampshire, Woody Pitkat has a new ride for the August 4 Stafford 150 at Stafford Motor Speedway. Pitkat will collaborate with his former SK Modified® owner Steve Greer and his current Modified Racing Series car owner Dan Stebbins to form Gunsmoke Stebbins Racing. Pitkat’s car will carry his familiar #52. “We put together a team with Steve Greer, who I have a good relationship with from winning the SK championship at Stafford back in 2013, and he’s been a sponsor of mine ever since,” said Pitkat. “He owns one of the cars in the Danny Stebbins stable that I run on the MRS and MTS and he had been looking for a Troyer chassis car..."....Full Story
   EXIT REALTY MODIFIED TOURING SERIES ADDS SECOND DATE AT THE NEW LONDON - WATERFORD SPEEDBOWL
Gary Knight (Exit Realty Modified Touring Series Owner) and The Speedbowl’s General Manager George Whitney both confirmed this afternoon that a second date has been added to the 2017 schedule. The event has been added to the Finale 2017 schedule on October 20th- 22nd. With the rain date scheduled for October 29, 2017. The Exit Realty Modified Touring Series will crown their 2017 Champion along with the $10,000 that comes along with “The Sunoco Quest for the Cup”. It was also announced that the purse structure will feature a $5,000 to win for the 125-lap event. The Exit Realty Modifieds Touring Series has four events left on their 2017 schedule, with the first three events left to determine the five drivers to race for....Full Story
   TTOMS STAR SBM EVENT TO PAY COMPETITORS & TRIBUTE
With a purse that pays $6,000 to win and $1,000 to start, the payout for the July 29 Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) SBM VI event at Star Speedway in Epping, NH, also includes a host of strong bonuses. In addition to paying out to the competitors of the TTOMS, the bonuses for the SBM VI will pay tribute to a number of late friends of the sport. “A major factor in the success of the events [at the beginning] was a huge amount of fan and small business donations,” said Kevin Rice, one of the founders of the SBM Series. “In the SBM tradition, this year’s race will also have some big bonuses.” “We are appreciative of Kevin [Rice] for all his help in continuing the SBM tradition now under the Tri Track series,” said Wayne Darling, TTOMS Managing Partner....Full Story
   JON MCKENNEDY WINS SECOND MTS RACE IN A ROW AT STAFFORD MOTOR SPEEDWAY by Denise DuPont
The Exit Realty Modified Touring Series (MTS) made their second visit to Stafford Motor Speedway on Friday July 21st. This time there were no mandatory pit stop so strategies belonged solely to the teams. With 100 green laps of racing on their agenda the MTS drivers took the green flag and started their quest to be the one in the top position at the end. Jon McKennedy of Chelmsford, MA inherited the lead on lap 30 and went forward to capture his second MTS series win at Stafford. “This year has been amazing.” Stated McKennedy in Victory Lane. “This is a team sport and a lot of guys help me to get here. That includes the car builder Eddie Flemke at Race Works, Mike Petit of Petit Race Engines..."....Full Story    LIVE Replay with Denise DuPont    Photo Gallery by Jim DuPont
   MESERVEY JR. AND TALMAN SHARE VMRS VICTORY LANE FOR FIRST WINS
Two more drivers have added their names to the long list of first time winners at New Hampshire’s Lee USA Speedway, after Friday nights Twin-50 lap feature races for the Valenti Modified Racing Series. Dan Meservey Jr, of Brewster Massachusetts, and 22-year old Troy Talman of Oxford, Massachusetts, were the victors in the 14th annual summer race at the New Hampshire 3/8th mile racetrack. Meservey Jr. and Talman bring the total to 9 different drivers that have visited Victory Lane at Lee for their first series wins. For both, it was first time wins in tour-type modified cars. In the opening 50-lap event, pole-sitter Dylan Rock, of Enfield, New Hampshire, from the pole position, and took command for 46-laps....Full Story
   JON MCKENNEDY SCORES LINCOLN TECH 100 EXIT REALTY MODIFIED TOURING SERIES VICTORY AT STAFFORD
The Exit Realty Modified Touring Series made its second visit of the 2017 season to Stafford for the Lincoln Tech 100. Taking the checkered flag was Jon McKennedy, who in the process took a clean sweep of the two Modified Touring Series events at Stafford this season. Chris Pasteryak took the lead at the green but Eric Goodale quickly took the lead from Pasteryak. Woody Pitkat was third with Jon McKennedy in fourth and Tommy Barrett, Jr. was fifth in the early going. McKennedy was trying his hardest to get by Pitkat, running side by side for nearly 10 laps before falling back into line behind Pitkat on lap-17 as Goodale and Pasteryak were still out front. Ryan Preece was quickly working his way towards the front and he was now fifth....Full Story
   LOOKING BACK A BIT: 07/21/17 with Phil Smith
Sixty five years ago in 1952 Billy Tibbert was the Wednesday night Sportsman winner at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl. Charlie Webster was the Claiming Car winner. The Sportsman had Saturday night off at the Speedbowl and it was just as well as the Claiming Car feature fell victim to rain after 17 laps with Jack Stansell being declared the winner.
Sixty years ago in 1957,
Red Foote made it three in a row in Sportsman action at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl as he won on Wednesday night. Irwin Fox was the non-Ford winner. Don Collins brought a halt to Foote's win streak as he won the 50 lap Sportsman feature at the shoreline oval on Saturday night. Ted Stack was the non-Ford winner. Over on the Island....Full Story
    DAVE SAPIENZA LOOKING TO CONTINUE WAVE OF MOMENTUM IN STAFFORD 150
When the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour rolls into Stafford Speedway on August 4th for the Stafford 150, Dave Sapienza, driver of the #36 SAP Enterprises Chevrolet, will be looking to continue to ride the wave of positive momentum he and his team have been on. After only scoring one top-10 finish in the first five races of the season, Sapienza has recorded back to back podium finishes with a 2nd place effort at his home track of Riverhead and then a 3rd place finish at New Hampshire. “My crew chief Tommy Grasso and I had a talk the other day to see how things were going and he was thrilled with how well we ran at New Hampshire and he felt really good about how we are going to run at Stafford,” said Sapienza. “Coming off a second and a third...”....Full Story
 

In Loving Memory Of Howie

   HOWARD "HOWIE" ARTHUR HODGE prepared by Polly Reid
Saturday afternoon on January 28, 2017, Howard ‘Howie’ Arthur Hodge passed away at the St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, CT. Surrounded by family at the time of his passing, Howard was 77 years old.
Born on August 31, 1939 at the Hartford Hospital, Howard was the second of three children to Dorothy (Hoadley) and Leon Hodge.
His first few years were spent in Glastonbury, CT before the Hodge family moved to East Hartford where Howard went to school graduating from the East Hartford High School in 1957.
Growing up, Howard had a paper route for ‘quite a few years’. The pile of papers would be left on the front lawn and Howard would be responsible for folding them, putting them in the big cloth bag then ride around the neighborhood delivering the Hartford Times. His sister Lois fondly remembers his bicycle that ‘he fixed up until it was like a motorcycle’ complete with a windshield, skirts....Full Story
A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words
by Rev. Don Rivers
 

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Champ Trail: 07/18/17
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What Race Are We Running?
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Looking Back A Bit: 07/14/17
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