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  RYAN PREECE FINALLY TAMES THOMPSON SPEEDWAY FOR NWMT WIN by Denise DuPont                                          THECHROMEHORN.com
With a car on rails Ryan Preece of Berlin, CT passed for the lead before lap 10 and went forward to dominate and win the Sunoco World Series 150 presented by Xtra Mart in NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour (NWMT) at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (TSMP). Previously at Thompson, Preece, had four second place and four third place finishes, but not one career win. So the final 2014 event was an opportunity for Preece to not only make it back it back to back wins at the end of the season, but also to conquer the 5/8ths mile oval. Leading 137 of the 151 laps in the tour’s World Series event for a win, Preece can now add TSMP to his long resume of wins. “If you go to my....Full Story by Denise DuPont    LIVE Replay with Denise DuPont    Photo Gallery by Howie & Mary Hodge
  ENJOYING THE HARVEST by Rev. Don Rivers                                                                                                                         RACING WITH JESUS MINISTRIES
I was asked the other day what my most favorite season was. I responded, Autumn, a time when we enjoy the fruits of our labors. A time when we reflect on the efforts put forth. A time when we look back and remember the race we have run. Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We always look back at the races and events we experience with a filter. Many times we remember the good times, they become bigger than life. Yes, we remember the disappointments, but soon they are replaced with the memories of better results, better days, and those victories we achieved along the way. Autumn is a time where we can enjoy the harvest, relax and reflect on the race we have run. Paul wrote to Timothy in the autumn of his years....Full Story
  RYAN PREECE ENTERS NORTH-SOUTH SHOOTOUT WITH HIS NEW TEAM                                                                          NORTH-SOUTH SHOOTOUT
Fresh off of two straight wins to close out the 2014 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season, 2013 NWMT champion Ryan Preece is the latest name to be added to the 12th Annual John Blewett III North-South Shootout entry list. Preece, of Berlin, Connecticut, will go for a second North-South Shootout victory at North Carolina's Caraway Speedway on November 1 behind the wheel of the No. 6 TS Haulers machine owned by Ed Partridge. Preece will drive the No. 6 car full-time on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour in 2015, but first he will be aiming for a second North-South Shootout victory. "I'm excited," said Preece. "It's a head start on what's going to be going on in 2015 with the No. 6 team. It's going to be a new chapter with them and there would be no better way....Full Story
  CHAMP TRAIL: 10/21/14 by Phil Smith                                                                                                                                                                             CHAMP TRAIL
Last week was an important one for race fans, competitors, track operators and sanctioning bodies. First and foremost the race fans and competitors of the Waterford Speedbowl were watching and waiting to see the results of the foreclosure auction scheduled for high noon on Saturday. The 26.7 acre Speedbowl property had an appraised value of $2.8 million, buildings and land included, according to the Waterford assessor’s office. Town tax collector Mark Burnham said property owner Terry Eames is current on his property taxes, which total roughly $56,000 a year. Bruce Beamer, a petroleum company owner from Glastonbury, Ct was the high bidder. The 60 year old gentleman bid $1.75 Million and once all the papers are signed will be the new owner of the property. Court records list nine....Full Story
  MASSE DIGS DEEP FOR THE VMRS THOMPSON WORLD SERIES 75 WIN by Denise DuPont                                            THECHROMEHORN.com
The season finale for the Valenti Modified Racing Series Thompson World Series 75 came down to a restart with only a handful of laps on the board. Leading from the drop of the green, Steve Masse of Bellingham, MA had to hold off the determined challenges one more time from Woody Pitkat and Keith Rocco to bring it home. Digging deep, it was Masse at the checkers celebrating his first career win at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. There were six cautions in the 75 lap race. The severest caution on lap 65 turned to a red flag when driver of the #07, Brian Schofield, was transported by Life Star to UMASS for evaluation and overnight observation. Coming out of turn three. Schofield....Full Story by Denise DuPont    LIVE Replay with Denise DuPont    Photo Gallery by Howie & Mary Hodge
  MISSION ACCOMPLISHED; BONSIGNORE WINS VMRS TITLE                                                                               VALENTI MODIFIED RACING SERIES
From day one, 26-year old Justin Bonsignore, of Holtsville, NY, let it be known he intended to compete for a championship. He wanted to produce another title for noted car owner/builder Art Barry, of Preston CT. Bonsignore made it happen Saturday night when he wheeled the Spearpoint Racing/Spafco Modified to a 14th place finish in the VMRS 75-lap season finale at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, Thompson, CT. The result. The 2014 Valenti Modified Racing Series Championship. Bonsignore finished 19-points ahead of last years champion Rowan Pennink. The win was car owner Art Barry’s second VMRS championship. Barry won the title with then driver Jon McKennedy in 2012. A humbled Bonsignore knows how special it is to....Full Story
  MASSE WINS VMRS SEASON FINALE AT THOMPSON                                                                                              VALENTI MODIFIED RACING SERIES
24-year old Steve Masse of Bellingham, Mass, wired the field Saturday night, besting a field of 31 other drivers to capture his second win of 2014, his ninth career Valenti Modified Racing Series victory, and his first at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, Thompson, Connecticut. Another first occurred when Justin Bonsignore, of Holtsville, New York, nabbed his VMRS championship for car-owner Art Barry of Preston, CT. The title is Barry’s second with the series. The event, the 17th and final race of the season, was part of the 52nd annual Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing presented by Xtra Mart. Masse led the entire 75-lap race from his pole starting position. Woody Pitkat, of Stafford, CT, Richard Savary, of Canton, MA, and Keith Rocco....Full Story

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Davis Wins Southern Mod Tour Rookie Honors

Tony Hanbury Wins Tommy Druar/Tony Jankowiak
Memorial 125 At The US Open

Coby Drives Way Back To The Top

Pitkat Secures Second Thompson Pole

US Open Finale Postponed
Until Sunday, October 19

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