STARS OF TRI-TRACK SERIES HEAD TO SEEKONK FOR ANNUAL OPEN WHEEL WEDNESDAY ON JUNE 27

STARS OF TRI-TRACK SERIES HEAD TO SEEKONK FOR ANNUAL OPEN WHEEL WEDNESDAY ON JUNE 27

 

 

Seekonk, Mass. (June 15, 2018): The second race of the 2018 Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) season is set for Wednesday, June 27 at Seekonk Speedway in Seekonk, MA.  Open Wheel Wednesday is one of the most prominent races on the annual short track racing schedule in New England. The $10,000 to win tour-type modified event for the Tri-Track Open Modified Series continues to attract a variety of different drivers and a host of fans. The evening also includes the prestigious Boston Louie Seymour Memorial event for the Northeastern Midget Association.

 

Open Wheel Wednesday features 100 laps of green flag racing for the tour-type Modifieds with the winner earning $10,000. Both the NEMA Midgets and the NEMA Lights go 29 laps in honor of Boston Louis Seymour. Grandstands open at 4pm.  Fans are invited to participate in an autograph session on the midway at 5:30pm with all drivers in competition on Wednesday night.

 

Qualifying gets underway at 6:30pm with heat races for all divisions followed by a pair of Modified b-mains (if necessary). Feature racing will commence immediately following qualifying. General admission is $27 and pit admission is $37. A rain date has been set for Thursday, June 28.

 

A host of previous Open Wheel Wednesday winners have filed entries for this year’s event including multi-time winner Matt Hirschman, Kirk Alexander, Tommy Barrett, Richard Savary and hometown favorite Todd Annarummo. Barrett would like to parlay his recent victory in open Modified series competition at Stafford into victory; joining Hirschman and Doug Coby as the only multi-time winners.

 

In the Seekonk 150 back on June 2, Anthony Nocella was running inside the top-five when misfortune found him; ending his bid at a win.  The young driver looks to turn disappointment into triumph and possibly $10,000 during Open Wheel Wednesday.

 

“[That race] definitely gave me more confidence,” said Nocellla. “Between the run we had in October in the Tri-Track races and that race, it definitely gives us some momentum and confidence going back to Seekonk again. Hopefully we have another strong run.”

 

Also, at the race back in October 2017, Russ Hersey looked like he may have had the best chance to beat Matt Hirschman before a spin while running second ended his bid at a win. He, too, is among the over 40 drivers who have preregistered for the event.

 

Four of the top-five finishers in the Seekonk 150, Chase Dowling, Hirschman, Rowan Pennink, and Ron Silk, will also be looking to follow-up their strong performances with victory. Other notables looking for the big payday include Ryan Preece, Derek Ramstrom, Woody Pitkat, Les Hinckley, Stephen Masse and more.

 

Tickets are available online by visiting SeekonkSpeedway.com or by calling the Speedway office at 508.336.9959 Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm. To learn more about the Tri-Track Modified Series, visit tritrackmods.com.

HOME TRACK FAVORITE WILLIS TTOMS WINNER AT CLAREMONT

 

 

Claremont, NH: (May 27, 2018): Home track favorite Mike Willis, Jr. of Grantham, NH, scored the victory in the inaugural Ron Bouchard’s Auto Stores 100 at Claremont Speedway presented by SPAFCO and Jerico.  A strong crowd was on hand to watch and appreciate as one of their own scored the victory over some of short track racing’s best like runner-up Ryan Preece of Berlin, CT, and podium finisher and Series’ dominator Matt Hirschman of Northampton, PA. Hard-charging Tommy Barret of Millis, MA, and Ron Silk of Norwalk, CT, completed the top-five.

 

It was not all clear sailing for Willis, who had to overcome dogged determination by his fellow competitors and late-race restarts to capture the popular win and the $6,000 winner’s share. Hard-charging competitors locked in fierce battles from the drop of the green flag, the race was undeniably a fitting tribute to the late, great Ron Bouchard.

 

“I loved every minute of this race,” said Claremont Speedway co-owner Phil Hayes after the race.

 

By virtue of his heat race results and ensuing redraw, Willis led the 27- car field to green for the start of the Bouchard memorial race. Before a lap could be completed the caution flag flew when Sammy Rameau spun on the front stretch from his third-place staring position. Willis and Les Hinckley immediately ran out to a two-car breakaway; however, action was slowed again on lap two with a caution for debris.

 

Hinckley stayed alongside of Willis on the restart. With sparks flying Hinckley was able to grab the top spot. Hirschman had settled-in in third. Hard side-by-side racing throughout the field in the early going included a great battle between Woody Pitkat and Preece. Russ Hersey looked to be on a mission in the opening segment of the event.

 

Hinckley and Willis enjoyed nearly a straightaway advantage over Hirschman and a closing Mike Holdridge.  Silk, after being shuffled back during the early restarts, had moved back into contention. Young gun Dana DiMatteo was running strong knocking on the door of the top five. Preece had faded back to sixteenth.

 

Leader Hinckley entered lapped traffic at lap 23. But a spin by Les Rose on lap 24 brought out the event’s third caution; erasing namesake Les Hinckley’s huge lead. Under the caution Preece brought his 6NY into the pits for service. On the ensuing restart, Hinckley was able to retain his lead. Willis had his hands full with Hirschman. The two went wheel-to-wheel for a pair of laps before Hirschman claimed the position. Silk followed through relegating Willis back to fourth. Hersey took chase in fifth. Holdridge lost several positions following the restart.

Again, Hinckley was able to run out to a sizeable lead. Silk was getting racy with Hirschman for second.  Behind Hinckley the rest of the top-five -Hirschman, Silk, Willis, and Hersey- ran nose-to-tail. Another local favorite, Todd Patnode caught the group as well.

 

Silk was all over the back bumper of Hirschman during the green flag run. Rowan Pennink had joined the mix running seventh over Pitkat and Kirk Alexander. Rameau was making a nice recovery racing his way back into the top-ten. On lap 42 both Hersey and Patnode got by Willis.

 

DiMatteo saw his good run come to an end with a spin in turn four on lap 43 to bring out the fourth caution. Under the caution, Hersey relinquished fourth position to go pit side. Willis, too, pitted.

 

Hinckley had to contend with Hirschman to his outside on the ensuing restart. He was able to maintain his lead once again.  Silk was able to gain the advantage over Hirschman from the bottom groove. Silk immediately ran down Hinckley in pursuit of the lead. At halfway, Hinckley led Silk, Hirschman, Patnode, Pennink, Pitkat, Rameau, Alexander, Barrett and Brian Robie inside the top-ten.

 

With some hard racing, Hinckley and Silk made contact on lap 54 but Hinckley able to gather it up. The two made slight contact again exiting turn two on lap 56. Again, Hinckley was able to maintain the lead.

Things settled down at the head of the field with Hinckley leading Silk, Hirschman, Patnode, and Pennink. The best battle on the field was for sixth on back with Rameau, Pitkat, Barrett and Alexander.

 

While Patnode was making his charge and taking third from Hirschman on lap 63, Silk was setting his sights on Hinckley. By lap 64, Silk was the new leader. Once out front, Silk immediately gained some distance. Hirschman began to fade on the outside losing positions to Pennink, Rameau and Pitkat. With two-thirds of the race in the books, the running order inside the top-ten was Silk, Hinckley, Patnode, Pennink, Rameau, Pitkat, Hirschman, Barrett, Hersey and Alexander.

 

The fifth caution of the event flew on lap 80 for a single-car incident involving Holdridge. Under yellow only Silk, Hinckley, Patnode, Pennink, Rameau, Pitkat, Hersey, Alexander, Willis, and Matt Galko remained on the speedway. All others, including Hirschman, Preece, and Barrett, headed to pit road for service.

 

On the lap 80 restart, Silk rocketed out to the lead followed by Hinckley. Patnode made a bold move on Hinckley for second but his efforts were thwarted by the sixth caution. This time for a spin by Pitkat. Hersey was sent to the rear of the field for his involvement as well.

 

After a number of failed attempts to restart on lap 81, Hinckley was strong on Silk’s outside. But contact between the two sent Hinckley spinning. Several cars running in the top five had to take evasive action as the caution flag flew again on lap 81. The new top-ten on the restart was Silk, Patnode, Rameau, Alexander, Willis, Galko, Hirschman and Barrett, Preece and Pennink.

 

Silk set sail out front when the racing resumed. Rameau made some aggressive moves to make his way into second. Patnode lost several spots on the outside. With drivers still vying for position, Silk now had the lead over Willis, who had come through the skirmish for second.  Hirschman was back in the mix with Preece in tow with 13 laps remaining. Rameau faltered to fifth.

 

A spin by Ron Frees brought out the ninth caution on lap 89. Under yellow, Patnode headed pit side. The attempt at the restart was called back when it was deemed that Willis went early. Heeding the warning, Willis still hung strong on the outside. Silk edged up slightly; giving Hirschman a bit of room on the bottom over Silk and Willis. Thinking the better of it, Hirschman settled back into line. The running order remained Silk, Willis and Hirschman in a tight pack. Hirschman was able to take second before an incident with Calvin Carol and Alexander brought the eleventh caution.

 

Silk was able to grab his lead back from Willis on the restart. Preece was able to prevail over a heated battle for third with Hirschman.Silk continued to lead Willis, Preece, Hirschman and Barrett with less than ten laps remaining.

 

On lap 95, Willis made a bold move and was able to take the lead away from Silk. The twelfth and final caution flew for an incident that involved Chris Bolton to set up a three-lap dash for the cash.  Despite his efforts from the outside, Silk could not overcome Willis. Willis easily retained his lead; bringing Preece along and into second. Hirschman dogged Preece but to no avail. For as heated as the battle for the lead had been over the closing laps, Willis went uncontested for the win at the checkers.

 

It was a popular win for a young driver who calls Claremont home. In victory lane he was quick to acknowledge his father and the efforts of his crew. Willis received congratulations from Preece and Hirschman, his fellow podium finishers in victory lane. Kudos go out to fourth-place finishers Tommy Barrett, who after suffering mechanical woes in the consi, used a provisional to get into the field and started scratch on the 27 car field.  Silk completed the top-five.

 

A consistent performance paid dividends for sixth-place Galko. Recovering from adversity was the story for the remainder of the top-ten including Pitkat, Patnode, Pennink, and Hinckley.

 

The inaugural Ron Bouchard Auto Parts 100, presented by SPAFCO and Jerico, is also made possible with the help of a strong list of associate sponsors with a ton of racing heritage including Broad Brook Heating & Cooling, Fred Wilcox, Bruce Brennenstuhl, Fuller RV Rentals and Sales, Fuller’s Car Laundry, Ballard Trucks, Metcalf Paving, Pat’s Auto Center, George Summers Trucking, Ashaway Cement Products, Mad River Construction, Bradford Motors, Dunn’s Corner Repair, Twin Cedars, Central Mass Tree and Ed French & Son Paving.

 

Next up for the TTOMS is the prestigious Open Wheel Wednesday 100 at Seekonk Speedway on Wednesday, June 27. For the complete series’ schedule and to learn more about the Tri-Track Modified Series, visit tritrackmods.com.

 

Ron Bouchard’s Auto Stores 100-Claremont Speedway- May 26, 2018, Finishing Order: 1. Mike Willis Jr., Grantham, NH; 2. Ryan Preece, Berlin, CT; 3. Matt Hirschman; Northampton, PA;  4. Tommy Barrett; Millis, MA;  5. Ron Silk; Norwalk, CT;  6. Matt Galko; Meriden, CT;  7. Woody Pitkat, Stafford, CT; 8. Todd Patnode, Richmond, NH;  9. Rowan Pennink, Huntingdon Valley, PA;  10. Les Hinckley, Windsor Locks, CT;  11. Russ Hersey, N. Swanzey, NH;  12. Ron Frees, Brick Township, NJ;  13. Sam Rameau, Westminster, MA;  14. Brian Robie, Sunapee, NH;  15. Calvin Carroll, Johnsonburg, NJ; 16. Les Rose, Southbridge, MA;  17. Carl Medeiros Jr, Westport, MA; 18. Kirk Alexander, W. Swanzey, NH; 19. Chris Bolton, Weare, NH;  20. Mike Holdridge, Madison, CT; 21. Bucky Demers, Cornish, NH;  22. Kurt Vigeant, Oxford, MA;  23. Josh Cantara, Sanford, ME;  24. Dana DiMatteo, Farmington, CT;  25. TJ Bleau, Troy, NH;  26. Dana Smith, Sunapee, NH;  27. Nick Salva, Cheshire, CT. DNQ: George Skora, Scott Adams, Chris Risdale

TALENT & REVERENCE PART OF TTOMS OPENER

Strong Purse, Meaningful Contingencies & Strong Roster All a Part of Season-Opener at Claremont

 

Seekonk, Mass. (Saturday, May 19, 2018): More than just the lucrative purse will be on the line for the stellar line up of teams and drivers supporting the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) Opener at Claremont Speedway over Memorial Day weekend.  Contenders like local favorites Todd Patnode, Brian Robie, Kirk Alexander and Russ Hersey along with Ryan Preece, Chase Dowling, Rowan Pennink, Ronnie Silk, Woody Pitkat, Anthony Nocella, and, of course, defending champ and TTOMS dominator, Matt Hirschman, will be among the 30 plus teams expected for the opener.

 

“Bringing this race to Claremont Speedway has been very special for Dick [Williams] in particular,” said Jim Schaefer.  “To do it in honor of the late Ron Bouchard makes it more special. But, as important are the two additional awards that we have been able to add thanks to our strong supporters.”

 

In light of the recent passing of modified racing legendary Maynard Troyer, MyRaceNews.com will present a $106 bonus to the highest finishing Troyer-chassis entry.

 

Fan experience has always been of great importance to Series founders, Dick Williams and Jim Schaefer, and thanks to the Gerdik Family, the first “Fan’s Choice” will be awarded during the Ron Bouchard’s Auto Stores 100 presented by Spafco and Jerico.  One lucky fan will select, at their discretion, a driver to receive a bonus of $100. The “Fan’s Choice Award” will be presented in loving memory of Rick Gerdik.

 

Rick and his daughter Maria were regulars at Riverhead Raceway, Wall Stadium and Thompson Speedway. It was Rick’s wish to have “fans more involved”.

 

“This is our small way of seeing that wish fulfilled,” said Schaefer.

 

Contingency awards, like these, that honor not only great drivers but also recognize the fans, are the epitome of the Tri-Track Series.

 

Additional bonuses include The Red Roof Inn bonus for three non-qualifiers and the Sherwood Racing Products contingency. Two pre-registered teams will receive a pair of wheels; including the “Hard Charger” and the driver to lead the most laps.

 

The inaugural Ron Bouchard’s Auto Stores 100 at Claremont Speedway presented by SPAFCO and Jerico is slated for Saturday, May 26, 2018. (Rain date Sunday, May 27). Featuring the $6k to win 100-green flag lap main event for the tour-type Modifieds, the night’s race card also includes Super Streets, Street Stocks and the  4-cylinder Wildcats.

 

Grandstand Admission for the Saturday, May 26 event is only $25. Kids ages 6-12 are admitted for $10 and ages 5 and under are free. Pit gates open at 1PM. Practice gets underway at 3PM when the grandstands open. Feature racing is slated for 6PM.

 

For complete information on Claremont Speedway, visit claremontspeedway.net.

 

The Ron Bouchard Auto Parts 100, presented by SPAFCO and Jerico, is also made possible with the help of a strong list of associate sponsors with a ton of racing heritage including Broad Brook Heating & Cooling, Fred Wilcox, Bruce Brennenstuhl, Fuller RV Rentals and Sales, Fuller’s Car Laundry, Ballard Trucks, Metcalf Paving, Pat’s Auto Center, George Summers Trucking, Ashaway Cement Products, Mad River Construction, Bradford Motors, Dunn’s Corner Repair, Twin Cedars, Central Mass Tree and Ed French & Son Paving.

 

The four race TTOMS schedule includes the Ron Bouchard Auto Parts 100at Claremont Speedway, the prestigious Open Wheel Wednesday 100 at Seekonk Speedway on Wednesday, June 27, the traditional SBM 125 at Star Speedway on Saturday, July 28 and the Haunted Hundred, also at Seekonk on Saturday, October 27.

 

To learn more about the Tri-Track Modified Series, visit tritrackmods.com.

PLENTY LOOKING FOR HOME TRACK ADVANTAGE AT TTOMS SEASON OPENER

PLENTY LOOKING FOR HOME TRACK ADVANTAGE AT TTOMS SEASON OPENER

 

Seekonk, Mass. (May 8, 2018): A total of 50 cars have filed entries to compete with the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) during the 2018 season. The eclectic roster includes former series champions and Modified racing standouts; veteran competitors and up-and-comers.  It is the series opener at Claremont Speedway; however, that may just provide the best opportunity for an upset.

 

With Ron Bouchard’s Auto Stores 100 presented by SPAFCO and Jerico being the inaugural race at Claremont Speedway for the Tri-Track Open Modified Series, the home track advantage could pay dividends to one of the locals.

 

The local racers may be considered by some to be dark horses to win but the likes of 2017 Tour-Type Modified champion Dana Smith and 2017 Modified feature winner Brian Robie, both of Sunapee, NH, will be among the contenders at the 1/3 mile asphalt oval. Claremont’s Tour Type Modified regulars Nick Salva of Cheshire, CT, and CJ Bolton consistently posted strong finishes in 2017.

 

Wiley veterans –the Swanzey, NH, contingent,  Todd Patnode and Kirk Alexander, both of West Swanzey and Russ Hersey of Swanzey, have racked-up impressive stats at Claremont Speedway. They will undoubtedly make a run at the victory. Cameron Sontag of Sterling, MA, and Mike Willis, Jr. of Grantham, NH, will also be on-hand to defend their home turf.

 

The inaugural Ron Bouchard’s Auto Stores 100 at Claremont Speedway presented by SPAFCO and Jerico is slated for Saturday, May 26, 2018. The event is the first- ever Saturday night special event for Claremont Speedway. Featuring the $6k to win 100-green flag lap main event for the tour-type Modifieds, the night’s race card also includes Super Streets, Street Stocks and the  4-cylinder Wildcats.

 

Grandstand Admission for the Saturday, May 26 event is only $25. Kids ages 6-12 are admitted for $10 and ages 5 and under are free. Pit gates open at 1PM. Practice gets underway at 3PM when the grandstands open. Feature racing is slated for 6PM.

 

For complete information on Claremont Speedway, visit claremontspeedway.net.

 

The Ron Bouchard Auto Parts 100, presented by SPAFCO and Jerico, is also made possible with the help of a strong list of associate sponsors with a ton of racing heritage including Broad Brook Heating & Cooling, Fred Wilcox, Bruce Brennenstuhl, Fuller RV Rentals and Sales, Fuller’s Car Laundry, Ballard Trucks, Metcalf Paving, Pat’s Auto Center, George Summers Trucking, Ashaway Cement Products, Mad River Construction, Bradford Motors, Dunn’s Corner Repair, Twin Cedars, Central Mass Tree and Ed French & Son Paving.

 

The four race TTOMS schedule includes the Ron Bouchard Auto Parts 100at Claremont Speedway, the prestigious Open Wheel Wednesday 100 at Seekonk Speedway on Wednesday, June 27, the traditional SBM 125 at Star Speedway on Saturday, July 28 and the Haunted Hundred, also at Seekonk on Saturday, October 27.

 

To learn more about the Tri-Track Modified Series, visit tritrackmods.com.

UP & COMER RAMEAU LOOKING TO TURN HEADS IN TTOMS

UP & COMER RAMEAU LOOKING TO TURN HEADS IN TTOMS

 

Seekonk, Mass. (April 9, 2018): Fresh off a top-five finish in the season opening Icebreaker at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, Sammy Rameau of Westminster, MA, is looking for that type of consistency throughout the 2018 season with the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) and beyond. At the ripe old age of 15, the kid seemingly has everything in place to reach that goal.

 

“The goal is to build our knowledge and our notebook,” said Sammy Rameau, “to run consistently without any mechanical issues to get strong finishes. We are looking for top-five finishes, but of course, wins would be good.”

 

With a veteran crew chief now in the fold, a strong family backing, supportive valued sponsors and youth and enthusiasm on his side, 2018 could just be the a breakout season for Rameau. During the off-season, Rameau Family Motorsports hired crew chief Jimmy Fuller, who has achieved many successes in short track racing.

 

Rameau began racing Quartermidgets when he was five years old. He ran Thompson’s Little “T” Speedway regularly along with national USAC and QMA events until making the leap to Legends cars at the age of 12. After one season of Legends racing at Seekonk Speedway, Rameau and his Rameau Family Motorsports Team made the jump to Modifieds.

 

“We started racing Sammy in the Modifieds at Claremont Speedway,” said Sammy’s Dad, Randy. “Jimmy Ambrose not only gave Sammy the okay to race but he was also very welcoming to us. We are very grateful to him.”

 

Ambrose is the owner of Claremont Speedway, where the TTOMS will make their inaugural start in the 2018 season opener on Memorial Day.

 

Over the past two seasons, Sammy has also made starts in the Modifieds at Monadnock Speedway and has been a regular in the Modified Racing Series and TTOMS. In 2017, Sammy posted a pair of podium finishes at Waterford and Speedway 51 in Groveton, NH. He ended the 2017 season fifth in the MRS point standings.

 

Fuller is a welcome addition to a small team run by Sammy, his father Randy and 12-year old sister Faith. As a single dad raising two kids-one with a penchant for horsepower and the other a passion for horses- (Faith rides horses), Randy is grateful for the support he and his family receives.

 

“We have some really, really good guys,” said Randy. “The Team is a combination of my friends from yesteryear and some new friends. “

 

The elder Rameau ran Strictly Stocks all over New England for many years.

 

While only being 15 years of age, Sammy can be considered a bit of a ‘throwback’. He doesn’t simply show up at the race track. He puts the skills that he learns every day while enrolled in the Machine Technology Program at Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School (aka Monty Tech) in Fitchburg, MA, to work in the family race shop.

 

From working on the racecars at the race shop at night during the week, to race day preparation and team management, his Dad says he does it all.

 

“His effort with the race program is really up there,” said Randy, with obvious pride. “He’s actually deeply involved with all aspects of the racing operation. He even handles all communications for the team with sponsors, track operators and officials.”

 

The team will campaign Mike Petit-powered Troyer Modifieds with financial support from Powell Stone & Gravel, Dennison Lubricants, Race Choice, K1 Race Gear and a long list of other product and contingency sponsors. Including, of course, the family owned Central Mass Tree. Rameau Family Motorsports also enjoys support from Crafton Motorsports. Matt and his family are good personal friends with Randy and family.

 

In 2018, around school and work in the race shop, Rameau will run full-time with both the Modified Racing Series and the TTOMS and possibly some NASCAR Modified Tour events.

 

The Tri-Track Open Modified Series season opener will take place at Rameau’s home track, Claremont Speedway, with the running of the inaugural Ron Bouchard’s Auto Stores 100 presented by SPAFCO and Jerico on Saturday, May 26, 2018.

 

The event will feature the $6k to win 100-green flag lap main event for the tour-type Modifieds and will also include Super Streets, Street Stocks and 4-cylinder Wildcats.

 

 

The four race TTOMS schedule includes the Ron Bouchard Auto Parts 100at Claremont Speedway, the prestigious Open Wheel Wednesday 100 at Seekonk Speedway on Wednesday, June 27, the traditional SBM 125 at Star Speedway on Saturday, July 28 and the Haunted Hundred, also at Seekonk on Saturday, October 27.

 

To learn more about the Tri-Track Modified Series, visit tritrackmods.com.

 

TTOMS GEARED UP FOR SEASON OPENER AT CLAREMONT

TTOMS GEARED UP FOR SEASON OPENER AT CLAREMONT

Seekonk, Mass. (March 6, 2018):  For a host of Claremont Speedway regulars the countdown to the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) season opener has already begun. The Series’ 2018 season opens with the running of the inaugural Ron Bouchard’s Auto Stores 100 at Claremont Speedway presented by SPAFCO and Jerico on Saturday, May 26, 2018.

 

The 1/3 mile asphalt oval located in Claremont, NH, runs Friday nights weekly during the season and features tour-type Modifieds; giving a potential home track advantage to a group of very talented racers. Already filing entries include the likes of Russ Hersey, Todd Patnode, Chris Bolton, Brian Robbie and Mike Willis.

 

“This place has an old school racing feel,” said Hersey of N. Swanzey, NH. “Lots of local people are excited about Modified racing and the track has great owners who really care about the racers and the health of short track racing.”

 

The event, scheduled for Saturday of Memorial Day weekend, is the first- ever Saturday night special event for Claremont Speedway. Featuring the $6k to win 100-green flag lap main event for the tour-type Modifieds, the night’s race card also includes Super Streets, Street Stocks and the  4-cylinder Wildcats.

 

With the Bouchard family being long-time sponsors and one-time racers at Claremont Speedway, the recent announcement of title sponsorship by Ron Bouchard’s Auto Stores makes this Memorial Day special event even more special.

 

Grandstand Admission for the Saturday, May 26 event is only $25. Kids ages 6-12 are admitted for $10 and ages 5 and under are free. Pit gates open at 1PM. Practice gets underway at 3PM when the grandstands open. Feature racing is slated for 6PM.

 

For complete information on Claremont Speedway, visit claremontspeedway.net.

 

In addition to the locals, standouts filing early entries for the 2018 season include defending champion Matt Hirschman along with Mod Tour favorites Rowan Pennink and Calvin Carroll. Long-time supporters of the Tri-Track Series Richard Savary, Les Hinckley and Mike Holdridge have committed their support in 2018. The likes of early entrants Derek Ramstrom, Jon Kievman and Andy Jankowiak continue to showcase the Series’ ability to draw a variety of driving talents.

 

Look for further updates on registered drivers and other information as the date approaches.

 

The Ron Bouchard Auto Parts 100, presented by SPAFCO and Jerico, is also made possible with the help of a strong list of associate sponsors with a ton of racing heritage including Broad Brook Heating & Cooling, Fred Wilcox, Bruce Brennenstuhl, Fuller RV Rentals and Sales, Fuller’s Car Laundry, Ballard Trucks, Metcalf Paving, Pat’s Auto Center, George Summers Trucking, Ashaway Cement Products, Mad River Construction, Bradford Motors, Dunn’s Corner Repair, Twin Cedars and Ed French & Son Paving.

 

The four race TTOMS schedule includes the Ron Bouchard Auto Parts 100 at Claremont Speedway, the prestigious Open Wheel Wednesday 100 at Seekonk Speedway on Wednesday, June 27, the traditional SBM 125 at Star Speedway on Saturday, July 28 and the Haunted Hundred, also at Seekonk on Saturday, October 27.

 

To learn more about the Tri-Track Modified Series, visit tritrackmods.com.