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It’s been four years since the Valenti Modified Racing Series last turned a wheel at Claremont Speedway, but the likes of Dwight Jarvis, Todd Patnode, Kirk Alexander, Russ Hersey, Mike Willis Jr, Matt Mead, and Donnie Lashua, are eager to ‘go home’ Friday night, July 10, when the Valenti Modified Racing Series returns to the famed New Hampshire speedway for the first time since 2011.

The Claremont track has been the site of much success for Jarvis with feature wins and championships. When the subject of Claremont comes up and it’s storied history over the last 42 years, the name Dwight Jarvis always pops up in conversation. He’ll be a fan favorite Friday night.

Patnode, Alexander, Hersey, and Lashua, are veteran racers also with success at Claremont in both modifieds and pro-stocks. All could be factors on their ‘home turf.’

The hometown boys are just a partial list of VMRS drivers that will make the journey to New Hampshire’s Upper Valley.

Series Point Leader and two-time 2015 winner Woody Pitkat, of Stafford Springs, CT, will make the trek competing with the VMRS at Claremont for the first time.

Fellow Connecticut driver, Todd Szegedy, second in the standings, will enter the 100-lap race looking for his second win this season.

Patnode enters the Claremont show ranked third followed by red-hot Richard Savary, and two-time series champion, Chris Pasteryak.

Jon McKennedy, of East Chelmsford, Mass, victorious at Claremont in 2009-10, will stop off to compete Friday night at Claremont and continue on to Oswego, NY, to compete in a supermodified race Saturday.

Additional entries expected include, Dennis Perry, Norm Wrenn, Dylan Kopec, Dan Meservey, Carl Medeiros, and George Sherman.

Racing gets underway at 7:30 PM. General adult admission is only $15.
Source: John Spence / Valenti Modified Racing Series
: July 7, 2015

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