It’s going to be a hot one this Friday, July 6 at Lee USA Speedway (NH) as the Granite State Pro Stock Series rolls in for the Seacoast 100. And it’s not going to be hot because of the high summer temperatures either. The Seacoast 100 is looking to have the highest car counts of the season to date with numbers approaching 30.


For this event, the series will be continuing the success of using a short time trial period for heat race placement.


“I am not a huge fan of luck of the draw for heat race placement. We will use this as further evaluation period moving forward this year” GSPSS President Mike Parks said.


After three events the points battle is looking to be a North versus South skirmish. Fourth in points Abington, MA driver Nick Lascuola is looking to backup his strong podium finish from New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Third in points, Jacob Dore of Sanford, ME is looking to bounce back from a slight magic mile miscue. Second in points Cory Casagrande of Stafford Springs, CT has been extremely consistent near the top of the time sheets and in the standings. Berwick, ME Driver Joey Doiron was awarded the O’Reilly Auto Parts hard charger award at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and is leading the points after three events.


Returning after a one-week hiatus, 2017 champion Mike O’Sullivan and brother Tommy will be unloading with fast pieces ready to get up on the wheel. 2016 champion Barry Gray will also be back with his chassis builder and previous winner at Lee USA Speedway Jeremy Davis.


In addition to the action on the track, the Granite State Pro Stock Series is absolutely thrilled to have joining us for one of three events to be broadcasted live and free for subscribers as part of their Summer Thunder TV presented by PFC Brake series. Fans unable to make it out to Lee, New Hampshire will be able to watch Friday’s race with a monthly or yearly subscription to the Speed51 Network.


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-Granite State Pro Stock Series Press Release

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Strong GSPSS Field to Race Live on Summer Thunder TV