As in previous years, any driver who secured track points with a registered car number will have until January 15, 2008 to renew that number. If the number is not renewed, it will then be assigned to the first person requesting the number. That determination is made by the date that each request is received at the Thompson Speedway office. If a number is being requested that was not used in the 2007 season, it will be awarded on a first come-first served basis.
Archive for October 24th, 2007
Newburgh, NY — Tayla Orleans (Wrentham, MA) driver of the 93 PitStopUSA sponsored Monte Carlo claimed her fourth victory of the 2007 ALNRS season this past weekend at the annual Octoberfest weekend at Lee USA Speedway. Orleans who started on the outside pole for the 25 lap feature event went from the front to the back after being spun early in the race, back to the front again in dominating fashion. Second place went to Michael Martindale (Jay, NY) in the number 7 Northeast Log Home Builders Ford Thunderbird who was the hard charger of the race gaining 12 spots. Cody Gneiting (Somers, CT) in his Century 21 sponsored Ford Thunderbird who returned to the track after suffering one of the hardest crashes of the year several weeks ago at the Waterford Speedbowl, had is best finish of his rookie year coming in third. Rounding out the top five was the newly crowned ALNRS 2007 Rookie of the Year Kristy Chaves (Little Compton, RI) in the number 24k Acme Sanitary Service Monte Carlo in fourth. Fifth place went to Jake Vanada (Berkley, MA) who was competing in his final ALNRS event in the Propane Plus/After Hours Auto Body 46 Ford Thunderbird.
Anthony Frissora (Shrewsbury, MA) became the ALNRS Series first back to back champion as he clinched his second consecutive title following his 9th place finish in the 3x New England Trim sponsored Monte Carlo.
This coming weekend at Greenville-Pickens Speedway, fans and teams alike will be able to take a piece of the “Howler” weekend with them. That’s because PASS South will be offering up an event t-shirt commemorating the first-running of the Howler 150 for the PASS South Super Late Models.
The t-shirt was designed by 51 Sports, the same group that designed last season’s ultra-popular Mason-Dixon Meltdown t-shirts and sweatshirts. Continue reading ‘PASS South “Howler” T-Shirts Available At Greenville’
Joey Becker had a good season in the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Model division at Thunder Road, maybe his best one yet.
“I’d say it was,” he said. “It sort of depends on how you look at the numbers, though. I almost think we ran better last year, but we ended up better this year. It was weird how it worked out.”