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Miller Looking For A Change In His Fortunes

Tour visits Ace Friday, Caraway Saturday

After finishing in the top 10 at the season-opening race at Concord Speedway, most drivers would be pretty happy heading into this weekend’s Lightnin’ Fast 150 at Ace Speedway but then again, L.W. Miller (No. 36 John Baker Plumbing & Utilities Pontiac) isn’t like most drivers.

Miller hopes his luck will change this Friday when the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour returns to Ace Speedway, where the Dushore, Penn., native scored his last win on the Tour at this event in 2008. (CLICK HERE FOR RACE EVENT PAGE)

“I love racing at Ace Speedway,” said Miller. “It is a track that has been around a long time but Greg (Davis) and his staff have done a great job of keeping it up and we always seem to run well there.”
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George Brunnhoelzl III Steals the Show in Southern Mod Opener at Concord Speedway

After Starting From The Back, Third-Generation Driver Rockets Up to Third-Place Finish

Concord, NC — Bad luck at the track is something every driver wishes they could escape, but it is an inevitable reality that strikes some when they least expect it.  Sometimes, though, if struck early enough in a weekend, a driver and team can overcome the obstacles thrown their direction and turn their day from junk to gold.

George Brunnhoelzl III knows exactly what that feels like, as the third-generation racer entered the 2009 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour season opener at Concord Speedway (NC) Saturday.  After a few laps of practice, Brunnhoelzl’s car experienced a part failure, forcing the team to miss qualifying and the autograph session while they changed the engine.  After buttoning it up just before the race started, Brunnhoelzl turned his bad luck around by flying through the field from the back to finish third at the checkered flag.
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Allstar Race Truck Series Releases 2009 Schedule

Vineland, NJ — AllStar Race Truck Series (ARTS) Eastern Series Director Bob Gelsi, announced the 2009 season schedule of 13 confirmed race events with 3 TBA’s to be announced later on. These dates take the series to several tracks in New Hampshire, Connecticut, and New York.

ARTS season opens with a doubleheader weekend starting on Friday May 15th at Twin State Speedway in Claremont, NH with their weekly racing divisions. Saturday May 16th ARTS travels to Monadnock Speedway in Winchester, NH to race along with the modifieds and their regular racing divisions.

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Rowe, Goodson capture PASS South Lid Lifters at Dillon

Turner Maine’s Ben Rowe and his team  made the long tow to Dillon Motor Speedway worth their while Saturday afternoon as Rowe set fast time and  won the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Carolina Clash for super late models .  Rowe started fifth after the top ten time trialers re- drew for starting positions, and the four time PASS North champion quickly powered his way to the front.  Rowe took the lead from 2008 PASS South champ Alex Haase on lap twenty-two and despite the best efforts of Justin Wakefield on every double file restart,  Rowe cruised to a convincing victory. Wakefield had to settle for second and young Ryan Blaney came from the back of the field to finish third.  Jeff Fultz and Spencer Wauters rounded out the top five.

The South Carolina Clash marked the inaugural appearance of the PASS Late Model Trucks, and Hal Goodson goes in the record book as the first race winner in the new touring series. Grant Davidson chased Goodson to the checkers with Joe Heigl third.
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Thompson Practice Photo Gallery

Thompson International Speedway hosted an open practice session for race teams ahead of the season-opening Icebreaker 2009 on April 4-5.

Our Paul Fohlin was there capturing the teams in action, their first chance to test the high banks of the historic 5/8 mile oval since the World Series last October.

[Photo Gallery] by Paul Fohlin

A Great Opening Act By TC

Christopher rules Southern Modifieds at Concord

Concord, NC —  Ted Christopher made the trip down south worthwhile Saturday night at Concord Speedway. Christopher passed Burt Myers on the opening lap and led wire-to-wire to win the Capital Bank 150 in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour season opener.

Chistopher, the defending NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour National Champion, won his third career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour race and the first Tour event held at the half-mile, tri-oval. Christopher’s other two NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour wins came in the 2005 and 2006 season openers.
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BMS Officials Announce Sponsor for NASCAR Modified Event

Bristol, TN — Bristol Motor Speedway officials announced today a unique sponsorship for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour combination event Aug. 19.

The University of Northwestern Ohio and its cutting-edge automotive programs will be the title sponsor of the “UNOH Perfect Storm 150,” one of the most anticipated events in the history of modified racing.

“On behalf of the faculty, staff and students at the University of Northwestern Ohio, we are extremely proud and honored to be the entitlement sponsor of the “UNOH Perfect Storm 150″ Inaugural event at Bristol Motor Speedway,” said Dr. Jeff Jarvis, President of UNOH. “Being the very first university in the country to offer a complete High-Performance Motorsports, Associate and Baccalaureate Degree, it is fitting that we should be the first University to sponsor the very best modified event in the country.”
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Final Open Practice Before Icebreaker Next Weekend

Thompson, CT — A bright and sunny day offered the perfect combination to bring out “race fever” at the Thompson International Speedway. Race teams converged on the Thompson oval to take advantage of six hours of open practice time offered by the speedway.

Race cars representing seven different NASCAR Whelen racing divisions used the open practice opportunity to fine tune their race cars after off-season updates, improvements, changes and, in some cases, test brand new race cars. In all, over eighty race teams took advantage of the chance to get their cars ready for Thompson’s ICEBREAKER which is only two weeks away.
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Myers Banks Pole

Captures 18th career Coors Light Pole Award

Concord, NC — Burt Myers picked a perfect event to get his 18th career Coors Light Pole Award. Myers, who added Capital Bank as a sponsor on the side of this No. 1 Modified, posted the top qualifying time for Saturday’s Capital Bank 150 at Concord Speedway.

Myers’s time of 15.181 seconds around the half-mile tri-oval was good for 118.569 mph. Myers’ record number of poles is 10 more than second-place Tim Brown.

“I feel like Jimmie Johnson at Lowe’s,” Myers said. “We couldn’t be more excited.”
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Andrew Durand Changes Over to NGB body & 602 Spec Engine in Chase for 2009 Ltd. Late Model Championship at Stafford

Stafford Springs, CT — Over the past four seasons at Stafford Motor Speedway, Andrew Durand has won a total of 18 Limited Late Model feature events, putting him at the top of the all-time winners list. As the 2009 season approaches, Durand and his #43 RaD Automachine team will make a switch over to the new Limited Late Model 602 spec engine package. Durand will also change his car over to the new Mid American NGB Body style with the New Era wing. Durand is confident that he and his team can find the same success with their new package as they have had the last four seasons.

“We’re pretty confident that we can still win races,” said Durand. “It’s not all motor that wins races, you have to have the car handling good. Our spec engine looks good on the dyno, we haven’t had any problems with it, and we think we can go out this year and win races with it. It might not have the top end down the straightaway, but you will still get into the corner the same and I think it will be better getting off the corner because you can put the gas to the floor quicker and get the car hooked up faster than with our regular motor.”
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Raymond Grassetti Joins Stafford Speedway SK Modified® Rookie Class of 2009 Season

Stafford Springs, CT — Raymond Grassetti will make the move from Stafford Speedway’s SK Light Modified division up to the track’s SK Modified® division and challenge for 2009 Reliable Welding and Speed SK Modified® Rookie of the Year honors. Grassetti began his Stafford career in the DARE Stock division in 2004 and he won 2 races in that division before making the move to the SK Light Modified division for the 2007 season. Grassetti was the Most Improved Driver of the 2007 SK Light Modified season and he scored his first SK Light feature victory last season and he was one of four drivers who were locked in a season-long duel for the championship.

Grassetti joins a robust rookie class for the SK Modified® division that includes fellow SK Light Modified alums Joe Allegro, Jr., Chris Matthews, Mark Bakaj, Matt Gallo, and Michael Sweeney as well as Frank Hirt, Mike Sedor, Brett Gonyaw, Jodi Johnson, and Nicole Morgillo. Grassetti and his team will be utilizing the SMS spec engine package for their rookie season of competition in the SK Modified® division, and he has modest goals set for himself.
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William Wall Among NEMA’s Young Stars

Racing wise, things have always fallen into place nicely for William Wall. The 2008 Rookie of the Year, the 17-year old is one of the Northeastern Midget Association’s brightest young stars.

So, when he says he’ll “take things as they come” in 2009, it’s best to pay attention. NEMA opens its 17-race season Saturday night, May 23 at Monadnock Speedway.

“We’re going to make as many races as we can,” says Wall. “We’ll run the tracks we believe we can do well at.” The team, headed up by father/owner Steve and including older brother Aaron, runs Autocraft-powered Hawk chassis. Aaron, three years older, is a student at the University of Connecticut.
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Speedbowl Continues NASCAR Affiliation

Waterford, CT – Speedbowl Management has announced its affiliation with NASCAR will continue in 2009.

“We’re pleased to announce we will continue to race under the NASCAR banner in 2009″ Speedbowl owner and promoter Terry Eames stated late Thursday. “Admittedly the process was a longer road than we intended to take, however we’re here and we’re committed to an exciting season with NASCAR.”

As part of the announcement, Eames will be a guest on “The Front Stretch” with Pat Patterson – the show airs live on Sirius Satellite Radio Ch. 128 from 9a – 12p on Saturday, March 21. It will be also replayed on Patterson’s ESPN Radio network program which goes to 400 U.S. stations nationwide.

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Speedbowl Street Stock Division Adds Faces; Heats Up for 2009

Waterford, CT – Not only will the Street Stock division at Waterford Speedbowl have a new name in 2009, it will also be turning up the heat on the track. The division returns several competitors with their eyes set on challenging defending champion Al Stone III and also welcomes in others with proven success.

Although Stone led the division in wins, top fives and top ten finishes a year ago en route to his first career championship, he was challenged to the final event by Walt Hovey Jr. Stone will be seeking to repeat his championship efforts, believing consistency will be the key in the team’s tenth anniversary season. Hovey, who actually missed an event in 2008, will be back looking to resume where he left off – he closed 2008 by posting 2 wins and 8 top five finishes in the final 9 weeks. New faces to the division for 2009 include the seasoned Ed Puleo and Kevin Gambacorta, plus Wild ‘n Wacky Wednesday graduates Steve Barrett and Greg Moran Jr.

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NEAR Hall of Famer Art Rousseau Passes at 87

Sad news this week from Florida as NEAR Hall of Famer Arthur Rousseau passed away on Monday March 16, 2009 at age 87.  He was born on August 5, 1921 in Keene, NH.  Rousseau competed at a number of tracks including Hudson, Langhorne, Stafford, West Brattleboro, Westboro as well as tracks in New York State.  He was also successful at his home track, the Cheshire County Fairgrounds in Keene, NH.

He was a World War II veteran in the Army Air Force.  He was a member of the Stock Car Drivers’ Hall of Fame in New York State as well as a NEAR Hall of Fame inductee in 2001.

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Racers and Fans Looking for Another Exiting Season at Thompson

Thompson, CT — Race fans and competitors alike are looking forward to another exciting year of competition at the Thompson International Speedway. It all starts with the ICEBREAKER on the weekend of April 4th and 5th at the historic 5/8ths mile oval. The ICEBREAKER is the traditional season opening race for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and the “Super 6″ NASCAR Whelen All-American Series divisions that compete each week at Thompson.

Much of the excitement centers on the fact that the 2008 racing season was the most competitive in years at Thompson. Fans and race teams remember that not a single NASCAR Whelen All American Series track title was determined until the final night of competition during which track points were awarded.

Going into that final event, nerves were frayed and anticipation was high as a total of twenty two different drivers had a shot a claiming one of the six NASCAR Whelen All American Series titles. When the final lap of competition had been completed, it was Kerry Malone (Sunoco Modifieds),Fred Astle, Jr. (Pro Stocks), Jeff Zuidema (Late Models), Kurt Vigeant (Thompson Modifieds), Scott Sundeen (Limited Sportsman) and Danny Field(Mini Stocks) who claimed their respective division’s crowns. The 2009 season promises to be another one filled with excitement and challenges right down to the wire for championship crowns.

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Norwood Arena Reunion Set for Sunday June 7 at Bezema Buick, Pontiac, GMC

Norwood, MA — The 5th Annual Norwood Arena Reunion has been set for Sunday, June 7, 2009 at Bezema Buick, Pontiac, GMC. Some of the drivers expected to be on hand for the fifth gathering of the faithful include such legendary drivers as; Dave Dion of Hudson, NH, Bill Slater of E. Hartford, CT, Leo Cleary, a Hanover native, and Billy Harmon, originally from CT, along with Stoughton’s Jerry Capazolli. Other standout drivers who tore up the high-banked quarter-mile are expected to make their commitment to attend this highlight of the New England motorsports season.

Restored antique race cars from NEAR, STARS and ACOT are expected to return for their annual appearance at the Bezema dealership on US Rt. 1 on the well known auto mile in Norwood. In addition other racecars, of all types, are welcome. Norwood Arena during its 25-year existence hosted Cutdowns, forerunners of the Super-Modifieds, Modifieds, Sportsman, Hobby Stocks, Street Stocks and Mini Stocks. Norwood Arena first hosted midget racecars before changing over to stockcars. The track also offered sports car and flat track motorcycle racing on the oval.

The venue also conducted drag racing action on an eighth mile track set up on the paved parking lot for a few years.

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Lefthander Chassis Announces 2009 Reward Program

Program Benefits ACT Tour and Serie ACT Castrol Lefthander Teams

Waterbury, VT — Lefthander Chassis, located in Roscoe, IL has announced their 2009 rewards program for competitors on the ACT TOUR and Serie ACT Castrol. Any registered Lefthander Chassis driver/owner who wins two (2) races on either the ACT TOUR or the Serie ACT Castrol will be given a $1000 product certificate from Lefthander. (Under the Lefthander promotion there is no mixing of the ACT TOUR and the Serie ACT Castrol wins; three wins (3) will  award $2500 in product certificates; four (4) wins is good for $5000 in product certificates and a six (6) win season will get a team $5000 in product certificates and a new Lefthander Chassis valued at $3000.

Official registration is required from Lefthander teams and other eligibility criteria must be met. For further information on program eligibility and products available, visit the Lefthander site at www.lefthanderchassis.com.

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Eye for An Eye

I don’t get mad, I get even! I know some folks who live that way, are you one of them? We want the right to get back at those who harm us. We want to see them get what we think they deserve. Many times we want to be the one inflicting the justice. What do you think Christ would say? Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Getting even, claiming our rights, making sure we are treated fairly are all things each one of us expect. Our country was built on the premise that we each have certain unalienable rights. When we are mistreated or taken advantage of we want justice.

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Budweiser Modified Nationals Field Taking Shape

Waterford, CT — It’s coming. The kickoff to the 2009 New England racing season is just around the corner, taking place when the Waterford Speedbowl plays host to the 13th annual Budweiser Modified Nationals March 28 and 29. The event is highlighted by the SK-150, a must for New England Modified fans.

“The Modified Nationals traditionally pits the Speedbowl ‘home team’ against some of the best open-wheel competitors from across the Northeast in a $5,000 to win showdown” offered Speedbowl promoter Terry Eames. “The 2009 edition will be no exception.” The $20,000 plus purse will again attract a mix of staunch Speedbowl regulars, top SK teams from other tracks, and experienced drivers from Modified touring series.
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Allison Legacy North Season Opener Around the Corner

Newburgh, NY — In just 8 days the ALNRS will kick off their 2009 Season at the Budweiser Modified Nationals at the famed CT. short track, The Waterford Speedbowl.  Series Director Michael A. Vasquez, Sr. stated the ALNRS is expecting a full field of cars for the season opener.  Vasquez stated drivers from NY, CT, MA, NH, VT and ME will be vying for the first win of the 2009.   See the schedule below for a complete lineup of the weekend events.
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Historical ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Creates Buzz

On September 19th, 2009, the New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) will become the 23rd different track to host an American-Canadian Tour Late Model event. It will also become the largest track (1.058 mile) to ever hold an ACT event, surpassing the 7/8ths mile Sanair Super Speedway in St. Pie, PQ.

Sanair Super Speedway held the inaugural ACT Late Model Tour race and was won by Norm Andrews of Warren, VT on April 26, 1992. To date, there have been 186 ACT Late Model Tour events with 57 different winners, including the non-point counting All-Star race at Autodrome Chaudiere in Vallée-Jonction, PQ held in 2008.

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Rocco Honored By Governor Rell

Connecticut State Champion Visits Capitol

March 17, 2009 – 3:23pm

Keith Rocco has been busy getting ready to make another run at the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship. But he took some time out recently to enjoy one more reward from his outstanding 2008 season in which he earned the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Connecticut state championship.

Rocco’s achievements were recognized by Governor Jodi Rell at the state capitol in Hartford.

Rocco had 11 wins, 32 top fives and 38 top 10s racing at three Connecticut short tracks: Stafford Motor Speedway, Thompson International Speedway and the Waterford Speedbowl.

“It was a great experience,” Rocco said. “It’s not every day you go to the state capitol and meet the governor. It’s neat now, but later, when I get a chance to relax and get through thrashing to get ready for the season, and really get a chance to look back, it will be pretty cool.”
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SPEED, Camping World Series Schedule Announced For 2009

Events To Air On Thursdays Throughout Season

NASCAR announced today the broadcast schedule for the 2009 NASCAR Camping World Series race schedule on SPEED. It features coverage of NASCAR’s top developmental series on the leading cable network dedicated to motorsports.

The 22-race calendar kicked off with the NASCAR Camping World Series West opener from Thunderhill Raceway in Kyle, Texas. The March 14 race will air on SPEED Thursday, April 2.

The races will be aired as a one-hour special each Thursday at 3 p.m. ET. (CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SCHEDULE)
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Five Things To Watch: Brown Still Searching For First Title

A rainy weekend pushed back the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modifiued Tour’s opener a week. The 2009 season will now start at Concord (N.C.) Speedway – one of several new venues for the tour in 2009.

As the green flag sets to drop on the fifth season, here are five things to keep an eye on:

TIM BROWN

He is the most successful driver in the history of the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour who has yet to claim a title. Will 2009 be the year he finally gets to celebrate a championship? Only time will tell but based on his performance over the past three seasons, Brown will definitely be one to watch.
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Bobby Seymour Praises NEMA’s Young Drivers

Over the winter of 2000-01, Bobby Seymour was at the forefront of an effort to make the Northeastern Midget Association “more friendly” to younger drivers. The minimum age for drivers was lowered considerably.

“It was a must,” says Seymour, “one of those things that had to be done.” Young drivers, he says, had “a lot of different avenues” coming out of go-karts and NEMA was not one of them. We had to change or lose them.”

 

Bobby Santos III and Adam Cantor are products of that move.

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Motorcycle & Automotive Swap Meets Kick Off 2009 Schedule at Stafford

Stafford Springs, CT — Stafford Motor Speedway will open its doors for business in 2009 with its traditional Spring Motorcycle and Ty-Rods Automotive Swap Meets. The Spring Motorcycle Swap Meet is the first event on the 2009 SMS Calendar of events, and is scheduled for Sunday, March 29th. The 23rd Annual Ty-Rods Automotive Swap Meet will be the following Sunday, April 5th.

The Motorcycle Swap Meet features an abundance of everything motorcycles, from parts and pieces to leather jackets and other accessories. The Motorcycle meet will also have an antique/custom bike show. The Motorcycle meet is rain or shine, and the gates open at 7:00am on Sunday, March 29th, and the meet ends at 4pm. Admission is just $7. Vendor spaces are priced at $25. All makes and models of motorcycles are welcome at the swap meet.

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NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour Opener Postponed

Due to persistent rain showers in the area and forecast for continuous rain throughout the weekend, NASCAR announced this weekend’s season opener for the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour has been postponed.

The Spring Classic 150 was scheduled for March 15 at Caraway Speedway in Asheboro, N.C. The makeup date will be announced at a later date.

The NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour will now begin its fifth season at Concord Speedway Saturday, March 21 with the running of the Capital Bank 150.

Sources: NASCAR PR

2009 Season Opens For A Dozen Whelen All-American Tracks

One of the newest tracks to the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series has ushered in the 2009 season.

Monroe Motor Speedway, the new facility in Louisiana, kicked off racing this past weekend. They are one of 12 tracks scheduled to get started in March.

“Our area is in total excitement,” said Monroe track promoter Rusty Marcus of the atmosphere surrounding racing at the state-of-the-art asphalt oval. “Everyone was ready and we had phenomenal first weekend.”

Garrett Dorett was the winner of Saturday’s Late Model feature.

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Dylan Smith Honored as 2008 Allison Legacy North Race Series Champion

Newburgh, NY — Randolph, VT Driver Dylan Smith was honored this past weekend as the 2008 Allison Legacy North Race Series Champion.  Dylan’s 2008 season was highlighted with 3 Feature wins 8 top fives and 10 top tens in 11 races.  Also in attendance to present the 2008 aDP Rivet Rookie of the Year Award was Mr. Peter DePaola and his wife Ellen of aDP Rivet.  Other drivers in attendance were 3rd place finisher James Logan of Dighton, MA.,  6th place finisher Melissa Fifield of Wakefield, NH.  7th place went to Bennington, NH driver Kyle Poodiack.  The long distance traveler of the evening was 10th place finisher Shannon Smith of Hancock, ME.  Shannon had traveled all the way from Charlotte, NC where she is attending college to attend the evenings festivities.  Series Director Michael A. Vasquez, Sr. also presented Series Technical Inspector Randall Brolsma with a plaque honoring him for his outstanding work during the 2008 season.  A special thanks was also given to John Berardi and his Daughter Stephanie of Berardi Racing for being the official chassis repair specialist of the ALNRS.  It was Mr. Berardi’s quality workmanship that kept several teams running through out the 2008 season. 

With the 2008 season finally in the books, the ALNRS looks forward to kicking off their 2009 Season as they return to the Budwiser Nationals at The Waterford Speedbowl the weekend of March 28.  The Bowl has provided some of the best side by side racing for the ALNRS with several finishes having to be determined by computer scoring.  So come join us as we start another exciting year of Allison Legacy Racing where we showcase tomorrows stars today.