Archive for January 31st, 2009

Speedbowl Announces Changes to Board of Directors

The Speedbowl has announced the addition of Mark Caise to the Board of Directors. Caise holds a degree in Marketing Communication and Advertising from Western New England College. With experience in promotions and graphic design, as well as competing on the historic shoreline oval, the Board unanimously welcomes and looks forward to Caise’s addition.

Track Owner Terry Eames offered the following regarding the addition, “Mark’s addition is in keeping with the fresh, youthful approach we’re taking to bringing the ‘Bowl back. His experience in radio promotions and graphic design, as well as competing successfully on the historic shoreline oval in recent years, coupled with passion for racing and the Speedbowl, offers us an exciting combination to compliment our existing Board of Directors”.
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NEMA Announces 17-Race ’09 Agenda

The Northeastern Midget Association heads into its 58th season with a 17-race campaign that includes several “traditional” stops. NEMA, which dates back to 1953, is one of the oldest Midget sanctioning bodies in the country.

The winged wonders will open the 2009 campaign on Saturday night, May 23 at New Hampshire’s Monadnock Speedway, one of three stops for the New Hampshire quarter-mile. The agenda also includes traditional venues Thompson and Stafford Speedways and Waterford Speedbowl in Connecticut, Massachusetts’ Seekonk Speedway and Lee USA Speedway in the Granite State.
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Busy Season Ahead For Champion Pasteryak With True Value Modified Series

Canaan, NH — To say that defending True Value Modified Racing Series champion Chris Pasteryak is excited over the opportunity that’s come his way would be an understatement. Three weeks ago, the Lisbon, CT; standout, received a surprise phone call that would change his plans for 2009. Wayne Darling, long time car owner, who fields a racer on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, asked Pasteryak if he would have any interest in driving his #59 racer in seven WMT races. “I was shocked and flattered that he would consider me. That’s a good car and good team all around. I am grateful for the opportunity,” said the second generation driver.

Pasteryak said it was important to him that he still supported the True Value Modified Racing Series. “The way it looks, we are only going to miss three shows with the True Value tour” He admits it is going to be tough to defend his title but an opportunity like the Darling offer does not come along everyday.
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