Archive for June 23rd, 2009

Statistical Advance: Analyzing the New England 100 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will make its first trip of 2009 to the Granite State for the New England 100 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, June 27 in Loudon, N.H.

New Hampshire Motor Speedway Data
Race:
#4 of 14 (6/27/09) |
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Track Layout: 1.058-mile oval
Banking: Variable between 2-7 degrees in the turns
Race Length: 100 laps/105.8 miles

Qualifying/Race Data
2008 pole winner:
None – rain
2008 race winner: Chuck Hossfeld (96.675 mph, 6-28-08)
Track qualifying record: Mike Ewanitsko (132.743 mph, 28.693 sec., 7-20-01)

NWMT Win Leaders at NHMS
Tony Hirschman, 7
Reggie Ruggiero/Mike Stefanik, 6
Ted Christopher, 5
John Blewett III/Steve Park, 4

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Statistical Advance: Analyzing the Heluva Good! Summer 125 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

The NASCAR Camping World Series East will pass the halfway point of the 2009 season with the Heluva Good! Summer 125 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Friday, June 26 in Loudon, N.H.

New Hampshire Motor Speedway Data
Race:
#6 of 11 (6/26/09) |
ENTRY LIST
Track Layout: 1.058-mile oval
Banking: Variable between 2-7 degrees in the turns
Race Length: 125 laps/132.25 miles

Qualifying/Race Data
2008 pole winner:
None – rain
2008 race winner: Eddie MacDonald, 81.011 mph, 6-26-08)
Track qualifying record: Brian Hoar (127.141 mph, 28.892 sec., 7-18-02)

NCWSE Win Leaders at NHMS
Brad Leighton, 8
Ted Christopher, 5
Kelly Moore, 5
Mike McLaughlin, 4
Three drivers with 3

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Change Made to SK Light Modified Order of Finish from June 19th Summer Blast-Off Program at Stafford Speedway

Stafford Springs, CT — Following post race technical inspection from the June 19th Summer Blast-Off / CARQUEST Dealer Night NASCAR Whelen All-American Series feature events at Stafford Motor Speedway, the following change has been made to the official SK Light Modified order of finish.

Unofficial SK Light Modified third place finisher John Hanafin was disqualified from the official order of finish. Hanafin’s car did not meet the minimum frame height requirement and he was disqualified from his finishing position of third place to the last place finishing position of twenty-third place.
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