Archive for July 22nd, 2008

TSR Welcomes Mike Keeler for Monadnock NEMA Race

Southbury, CT — TSR Motorsports Inc. would like to welcome Mike Keeler aboard as Team driver of the 63 NEMA Midget. Mike is a veteran Nema driver and brings along a wealth of experience and depth to this young and growing team.  We are also pleased to announce the addition of Kevin Keeler (Mike’s dad) who will be lending a hand in the pits with the Team. Kevin is a well respected race mechanic and chassis tuner. Mike will drive for TSR Motorsports as his schedule allows as he is owner and driver of his own Super Modified team. Mikes first scheduled race is Monadnock Speedway this Saturday.

Points Battle For State And Provincial Titles Waged Throughout NASCAR Whelen All-American Series

Daytona Beach, FL — The list of drivers who have won NASCAR U.S. state and Canadian provincial championships is a long and distinguished one, consisting of local legends as well as names like Morgan Shepherd, David Pearson, Jack Ingram, Ralph Earnhardt and Richie Evans.

The NASCAR tradition was resumed last year and champions from across North America were crowned at the season-ending banquet in Las Vegas. As the 2008 season heats up in the summer months, the state and provincial battles throughout the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series follow suit.

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NEMA Returns to Monadnock

Winchester, NH — President Mike Scrivani Jr. recalls vividly “asking the fans to please sit down” when the Northeastern Midget Association returned to Monadnock Speedway last summer. NEMA had not raced on the trick quarter mile for 10 years.

“The people couldn’t believe how fast we were,” Scrivani says. “They had us at 105 mph. The people were so excited they were standing up and we had to ask them to sit down so the scorers and the announcers could see.”

Saturday night will be the second of the season and 25th overall Monadnock visit for NEMA. Joey Payne Jr. was the winner earlier this year. Greg Stoher was the winner last summer.
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