Green Mountain Gear-Heads Sprint Cars of New England rolls into RumTown Speedway in Wentworth, NH. this Saturday for the Central New Hampshire Snowmobile Club night of action. This will be the last event on our 2019 schedule and hoping to see good weather, good crowd , and more race cars. Gates open at noon and green flag racing begins at 4pm. Take the family for a drive to look at the foliage until you get to RumTown Speedway then turn in the track and enjoy Sprint Car Racing .
Sprint Cars of New England sends congratulations to 2018 SCoNE champion Will Hull from Plainfield ,VT. on winning the 2019 USAC Dirt Midget Association Championship . Will pulled double duty this season driving both Sprint Cars and Midgets and won features and the championship in both series .Will Hull and his #61 Dave’s Plumbing and Heating Maxim Chassis also won the Devil’s Bowl Speedway and Bear Ridge Speedway track Sprint Car titles. Congrats to Will , Erin and their family for a great 2019 racing season.
The last two events for SCoNE were won by Clay Dow of Barnstead , NH. Clay will miss this weeks final event at RumTown Speedway because he is racing in Arkansas . Clay and his wife Karen are traveling to I-30 Speedway in Little Rock Arkansas to race in the 32nd Annual Short Track Nationals. This event is the crown jewel for the 360 Winged Sprint Car world. I-30 Speedway is a 1/4 mile high banked dirt track that may fit Clay’s style of driving. This race usually gets near 80 entries for this event. Past winners of this event are Steve Kinser, Sammy Swindell , Jason Johnson , Paul McMahan, Christopher Bell to name a few.
Clay and Karen were going to stop in Nashville on the 1550 mile long trip for a day of relaxing and fun before heading off to Little Rock. Hope you both have a fun and safe trip. Karen is a big help to SCoNE at each event along with the work she does throughout the year.
- administrator on Oct 03, 2019
- Article Date: 10/2/2019