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In an unusual turn of events, the Valenti Modified Racing Series will try to compete for the first time since July 29th, when the traveling series visits Monadnock Speedway, Winchester, NH., this Saturday, August 25.

“It’s never happened,” said series announcer John Spence, reacting to three consecutive events postponed, forcing races rescheduled and a cancellation. “Been here since the series started. We’ve had rainouts but not to this extreme. The last race we ran was a makeup date (July 29) from the July 26th show at Thompson. We have not turned a lap since. This is the stretch drive. With Waterford rescheduled to September 8, and Seekonk (Aug 18) cancelled, we have six races left and some good points battles happening. We need good weather on our side, for the competitors, fans, and track owners,” said Spence.

Hopefully things will turn around this Saturday, August 25, when the VMRS rolls into Monadnock for a 100-lap event, the final appearance there this season.

At stake is the 22-point lead in the season standings by Jon McKennedy, of E. Chelmsford, MA., over Rowan Pennink of Huntingdon Valley, PA. McKennedy has won twice at Monadnock, while Pennink, a five-time series winner, is looking for his first there.

Former Monadnock winners, Dwight Jarvis, of Ascutney, VT., and Rob Goodenough, of Swanzey, NH., are expected.

Defending Series Champion, Chris Pasteryak, of Lisbon, CT., will also compete

Post time is 6:00 PM.

Source: John Spence Sr. / Valenti Modified Racing Series
Posted: August 19, 2012

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