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REGIONAL REVIEW: Trepanier Rules at Ste-Croix

Posted By Tj Ingerson on July 15, 2013

ACT International 500 Airborne Speedway Plattsburgh, NY Sunday, July 21, 2013Dany Trepanier captured his first career point counting ACT Canada Series win on Saturday night at Circuit Riverside Speedway in the two-segment event. (VMM file photo)PHOTO: Dany Trepanier captured his first career point counting ACT Canada Series win on Saturday night at Circuit Riverside Speedway in the two-segment event. (VMM file photo)

Benjamin Scores Big at Oxford; Barrett Claims Canaan Modified 100

SAINTE-CROIX, Quebec --
Dany Trepanier captured his first career ACT Canada Series point counting win on Saturday night at Circuit Riverside Speedway, located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River. Read Full Story

Lanpher Eyes First Oxford 250 Start

Posted By Tj Ingerson on July 15, 2013

Tapley Design Inc.Waddell Communications
Veteran's Best Finish Came In Last Start In Summer's Biggest Race

(From team press release)

MANCHESTER, Maine --
The last time Super Late Models were the car of choice in the Oxford 250, Reid Lanpher was just eight years old. Now that they're back, the JR Motorsports development driver aims to have a presence in the starting field for the historic race. Read Full Story

Mulkern Looks To Score First Oxford 250 Win

Posted By Tj Ingerson on July 15, 2013

Tapley Design Inc.Waddell Communications
Veteran's Best Finish Came In Last Start In Summer's Biggest Race

(From team press release)

FALMOUTH, Maine --
The last time Scott Mulkern had a car capable of winning the Oxford 250, incidentally, was the last time he started the race. Read Full Story

McKeage Heads To Oxford Plains For PASS Sportsman 75

Posted By Tj Ingerson on July 15, 2013

Tapley Design Inc.Waddell Communications
(From team press release)

GORHAM, Maine --
Dan McKeage of Gorham, Maine, returns to the PASS Sportsman Series for the PASS Sportsman 75 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine, on Friday, July 19. McKeage has one win this season in Sportsman competition with the Naughty 40 Racing No. 40 Top Gun Construction Chevrolet – in the season opener at his home track of Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine – and sits second in the series standings through the first three races of the season. He finished third in the most recent race held at Oxford Plains in May, and he believes the key to winning the series championship hinges on being able to perform on the flat, .375-mile oval. Read Full Story