Barre, VT – Thunder Road officials, in conjunction with Speedway 51 powered by the Autosaver Group in Groveton, NH, have finalized the Twin State Street Stock Series for 2018. The 4-race “home-and-home” series will feature the top drivers from Thunder Road’s Allen Lumber Street Stocks, Speedway 51’s Caron Auto & Truck Repair Street Stocks, and other […]

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DILLON, S.C. – On Wednesday morning, Dillon Motor Speedway announced that this weekends 8th annual New Year’s BASH will be rescheduled one week to Friday and Saturday, January 12-13, due to the threat of winter weather. After closely monitoring the frigid weather forecast and the Winter Warning just issued for today with Snow in the […]

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Bristol, TN – The sanctioning bodies for the upcoming Short Track U.S. Nationals released their entry lists today.   The highly-anticipated signature event, May 19-21, will showcase the world’s best short track racers competing for the first time on the high-banks of the World’s Fastest Half-Mile, one of the most famous short tracks in the […]

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Reilly and Peyton Lanphear are sisters who grew up in a typical racing family. Their father, Mark, has competed regularly at Thunder Road (VT) for many years and scored multiple race wins. Their uncle, Dwayne, made national headlines for his memorable kiss with a cow after winning the 2001 Milk Bowl. Now, the two sisters […]

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A standalone short track racing event will take place in 2017 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. North East Mini Stock Tour promoter Bob Guptil has joined forces with the Granite State Pro Stock Series and Valenti Modified Racing Series for the New England Short Track Showdown on July 1 at The Magic Mile.   Four […]

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It’s one of the most unique trophies in all of Short Track Racing – the rifle awarded to the winner of the Winchester 400.  When someone poses with the trophy at one of the most demanding tracks in the county, they know they’ve accomplished something.   Now, fans worldwide will be able to see who […]

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