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There have been 38 NASCAR Sprint Cup races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
A look at some of the top statistical performers at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire going into the Camping World RV Sales 301 on July 13. TNT’s coverage begins at 12 p.m. (ET) and the race is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET.
Kenseth has first two wins in Chase
For the second straight week, in the second race of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Matt Kenseth led Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch to the finish line — and for Kenseth, who has struggled at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, that added a dreamlike quality to the victory.
Helliwell, Laperle lead invites to New Hampshire
ACT officials have announced that the first ten invitations to the Bond Auto American Canadian Tour Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH have been confirmed. Competitors have been invited based on performance thus far in 2012, or have earned their invite by scoring a feature victory on either the American Canadian Tour, or Serie ACT Castrol. Six American teams and four Canadian teams have been invited thus far.
Antoine l’Estage and Nathalie Richard earned another victory in New-Hampshire
Another victory in USA for Team Concerto of Antoine L’estage and Nathalie Richard on Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X this weekend in New-Hampshire, 21 seconds ahead of David Higgins et Craig Drew on their Subaru WRX STI 2012.
2012 Scnocross World Champion Tim Tremblay to compete at the Grand Prix of Valcourt
It was a last minute decision, but the defending Grand Prix of Valcourt snocross champion was almost a scratch for the 30th consecutive running of the great Quebec winter motorsports classic. Tim Tremblay, the Lac Saint-Jean area native who moved to the USA in order to pursue his passion in the powerful ISOC Snocross Championship, added another feather to his cap by winning the prestigious 2012 Snocross World Championship last January in Eagle River, Wisconsin.
Radon Rn.10 chassis #001 is officially set for its debut following a full-day shakedown test in Monticello, New York, earlier this week.
The new F2000 Championship Series car, which has been under development by Radon Sport LLC since 2009, and subject of much speculation, will be under the GTP Motorsports awning at Mosport and is scheduled to be driven by returning F2000 driver Blake Teeter, who last competed at VIR in 2010.
While Wallace steals the show at Lee
Andrew Ranger was hoping for a positive result in New-Hampshire but a race incident took him out near the end of the race. Bold move on late restart gives rookie second East win. Darrell Wallace Jr. made a three-wide pass for the lead with two laps to go and held on for the victory Friday in the K&N Pro Series 125 at Lee USA Speedway.
The weekend was perfect!
The Amsoil Championship Snocross Series event in New Hampshire left us with smiles from ear to ear! “Perfect weekends like this are few and far between! Every event has it challenges but this weekend we were hitting on all cylinders. We didn’t want it to end. The racers were flawless – the crew worked hard – the fans were great and we brought home 4 more podiums.” said a fired-up Scott Judnick, Team Owner.
Wave Energy drink to sponsor TBR and Carpentier in six Sprint Cup races
Wave Energy Drink, LLC announced today that it will sponsor Tommy Baldwin Racing’s No. 36 Toyota and driver Patrick Carpentier in six NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races this season. Wave Energy Drink branding will appear on the No. 36 for the following six races: Atlanta, Richmond, New Hampshire, Dover, Kansas and California.
Teenager becomes youngest winner in Cup history
Teenager Joey Logano became the youngest winner in the history of the Cup Series on Sunday, winning the rain-shortened race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The precocious 19-year-old rookie came back from a crash that put him a lap down earlier in the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 and won in his 20th Sprint Cup start.