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 Monadnock Speedway
 P.O. Box 27 
 840 Keene Rd
 Winchester, NH 03470
 Tel: 603-239-4067
 Fax: 603-239-8800
 
  Office Hours:
  Tues. - Thurs.
   10AM-3PM
 
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Bonsignore in NWMT Victory Lane (By Gary Dutton) - Justin Bonsignore turned the track record books inside out Saturday, July 19, at Monadnock Speedway, rocketing for 200 caution-free laps to win the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour O'Reilly Auto Parts 200 at the high-banked speedplant. Bonsignore set fast time to earn the pole, led the first lap of the event, and then recaptured the top spot from eventual runner-up Ryan Preece and paced the sizzling field the last 26 trips around the fast quarter-mile to earn the 200-lap win in a dazzling time of only 45 minutes, 14 seconds.
   

In Whelen All-American Series racing Saturday, Sportsman Modified hot shoe Todd Patnode won his fifth feature race of the summer, his third in as many weeks; veteran wheelsman Ed Brehio Jr. made his first outing of the year on the high banks a successful one, topping the Super Stock feature; and Chris McTaggart won for the second week in a row in the Mini Stocks. Cole Littlewood earned his third Young Guns victory of the summer. Tim Jackson was a first-time 2014 winner in Lightning Stocks (in a post race inspection, Jackson was disqualified awarding the win to Chris Davis); and Dave Greenslit won his fourth Thunder Stock feature of the season.
   

 Bonsignore grabbed the lap-one lead in the O'Reilly Auto Parts 200, surrendering it to Preece the next time around the high banks. Preece would open up large leads during the next 173 laps, but Bonsignore stayed hot in pursuit, retaking the point on lap 175 and then storming off to victory. With Preece solid in second, Eric Goodale came home third on the night. Tommy Barrett Jr. was strong in fourth, and Doug Coby, the Tour point leader entering the event, took the checkers in fifth. Matt Hirschman finished sixth, the final driver to complete all 200 laps.

Rookie Trevor Bleau led the first 18 laps of the Sportsman Modified main, with Brian Chapin riding in his shadow most of the way. Bleau's strong run would end abruptly when he found the backstetch wall, careening back across the track and collecting Bill Kimball and Keith Carzello. Chapin was the man on the point back under green, with Todd Patnode then inching past him a lap later. Once in front, Patnode never looked back, powering to his fifth win of the summer by a six-length margin over Chapin. Tyler Jarvenpaa finished his strong night's work in third. Joey Kendall came home fourth, and Russ Hersey, wheeling the Art Heino ride, edged past Kimmy Rivet on the last lap to capture fifth.
   

 Nancy Muni-Ruot led every lap but one in the Super Stock feature. Pacing the field with the white flag waving on the frontstretch, Muni-Ruot spun in turn two after contact from behind from Geoff Rollins.
Ed Brehio Jr., running third when Muni-Ruot's misfortune struck, took command on the restart and then scored the win a lap later, as he, Dave Striebel, and Tom Carey took the checkers under a blanket. Striebel's strong performance netted him the runner-up finish, with Carey a close third. Alyssa Rivera came home fourth on the night, and Robert Hagar was fifth.


Justin Faford led the first 18 laps of the Mini Stock feature. DJ Lazelle, strong all night long, took control on lap 19, bringing Chris McTaggart and Beth Adams with him. Three laps later, McTaggart grabbed the lead, then scoring the win two lengths ahead of Lazelle.  With McTaggart scoring his second win in as many weeks, Lazelle posted a career-best runner-up finish. Divison points leader Mke Stebbins came home third, with Adams and Cameron Sontag fourth and fifth.


Solomon Brow was the early leader of the Young Guns event, with Matt Kimball taking the lead on lap six. Kimball paced the field the next four trips around the high banks, with Cole Littlewood then nudging his way into first.Littlewood, once in front, would never look back, racing to his third win of the season ahead of runner-up Mike McGoldrick Jr. Brow completed his strong outing in third, with Hailey Guy fourth and Michelle Leh fifth.


Craig Chaffee led the first eight laps of the Thunder Stock main, then giving way to Henry Martin. Martin set the pace for four laps, with Paul Barnard then taking over at the front. Two laps later, Dave Greenslit inched ahead and then sped off to his fourth win of the season.Barnard earned the runner-up finish, with Martin third. Marshall Usher was fourth on the night, and Jon Goddard came home fifth.


Eric Silvernale set the early pace in the Lighting Stock feature, with Kyle Boniface, Tim Jackson, and Chris Davis battling hard through the middle laps. With Boniface going pitside for rubber on lap ten, Jackson then beat Davis to the checkers by two lengths. CJ Johnson was third on the night, with Boniface roaring back through traffic to finish fourth. Tim Paquette took the checkers in fifth. *Jackson was disqualified giving the win to Chris Davis.

Mid-Week Wednesday Practice - Monadnck Speedway  will be holding Wednesday practice sessions starting on May 14th.  The fee for practice is $50 per car and $20 pit fee for each driver and crewmembers.  The hours will be from 2pm - 7pm.  This practice session is open to all competitors (including touring and competitors from other tracks). The minimum to hold a practice session will be ten teams, therefore teams will have to pre-register.  To pre-register and to ensure we have ten teams registered to cover the cost of the practice session, competitors will need to pay the $50 practice fee by Noon on the Tuesday prior to the Wednesday practice session. The fee can be paid on the race day event prior to the Wednesday session or competitors can call the office on Mondays (1pm-3pm) and on Tuesdays (10am-Noon) to pay by credit card. The practice fee is non-refundable. Pit admission fee will be collected on the day of the practice session.

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Figure 8 Racing...The management of Monadnock Speedway is researching the idea of bringing a fan favorite of Figure 8 Racing to the 1/4 track.  The division would most likely be V6 type of vehicle, totally stock with the exception of adding safety features to the car. The vehicle would also be only one make/model allowed to compete with. The management would like to hear from all individuals who would be interested in competing in Figure 8 racing. If you are interested, please email the speedway at monadnockspeedway@ymail.com. ___________________________________________________________________________________________

Rain Cancellations: The speedway will do their best to make a decision around 10am on the day of an event regarding cancellations due to weather. If the forecast is for 30%-50% of scattered showers, the management may hold off in making a decision until Noon on regular events to allow further research in the hourly forecast and radar. The management looks at various weather outlets along with advisement from local airports.  The goal in making a decision early is to ensure that competitors do not waste time and travel costs if the weather looks like it will not cooperate.  If the forecast looks "iffy", the speedway recommends calling the office after 10am (for forecasts over 50% of showers/rain) or at Noon (for a forecast at 30%-50% for showers/rain). Race teams and fans can also sign up on rainedout.com to receive a text message or go to the speedway's facebook page. Please note: the webpage may be delayed up to a 1/2 hour in the update due to the dial up connection (we are working with Comcast to receive high speed so we can have quicker updates). To cancel an event is never an easy decision (unless their is no doubt it will rain). The owners request everyone to understand there are many factors in canceling an event including air temperatures and the timing of the predicted showers as it can affect the safety of the racers due a cool damp track surface along with the financial aspects for both the competitors and the track.

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Special notice to competitors who are in divisions that is mandatory to have a AMB/MYLAPS transponder...The transponder technician requests that all transponders be charged and mounted during the practice sessions.  Last year we had issues with competitors not putting their transponders in for practice and then having problems with the transponder during the heats/features.  If the competitor has the transponder in and working during practice we will know if there are any issues with the transponder prior to the heats/features.  Competitors who do not follow this simple request to have a working transponder mounted in during practice will first get a warning. The second time the competitor will start in the rear of the field for the heats, the third time the competitor will start last in the feature. If after the third time a competitor has not followed the request, the competitor will not be scored for that event!  We appreciate your cooperation this will ensure that the scoring is properly done through the AMB system. THE TRANSPONDERS ARE MANDATORY FOR SPORTSMAN MODIFIEDS, SUPER STOCKS & MINI STOCKS. IF YOU NEED TO PURCHASE OR LEASE ONE GO TO MYLAPS.COM, THE SPEEDWAY DOES NOT SELL THEM.

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Monadnock Speedway and Town Fair Tires have partnered up to offer the Young Gun competitors a discount for the new Young Gun tire.  The speedway management has decided, with guidance from Town Fair Tire, on a tire that is very comparable to the Bridgestone Fuzions which were the original track tire when the division started and was favored by the Young Gun teams. The Sumitomo Doral 195/60 HR14 and 195/65 HR15 is the official track tire for the Young Guns and will only be the tire allowed (competitors who have old Cooper Starfires from 2013 that are still in good condition may use them up to the May 31, 2014 event).  The Sumitomo Doral tire is available at all Town Fair Tire locations at a discounted price of $65 each.  When purchasing tires, tell the associate that they are discounted under Young Guns for the discounted price.   PLEASE NOTE: THE YOUNG GUN TIRE PROGRAM WILL BE ACTIVATED ON TUESDAY (APRIL 1ST) AT ALL TOWN FAIR TIRE LOCATIONS. MONADNOCK SPEEDWAY AND TOWN FAIR TIRE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE REGARDING THE ACTIVATION PROCESS OF THIS NEW PROGRAM.


              

 

 

 

   

There will be a practice session tomorrow on Wednesday - July 23rd from Noon to 4pm. Practice is $50 and $20 per person pit admission.

Bonsignore & Patnode In Victory Lane...more

June 15, 2014 MudBog Mudslinger Results ...more

Next MudSlinger MudBog Event... Sunday - July 27th! Mud Starts Flying at Noon!

UPDATED NOTICE TO ALL DIVISIONS WHO USE AMB/MYLAPS TRANSPONDERS...more

Monadnock Speedway and Town Fair Tire partners up to supply Young Gun Tires at a discounted rate...more

2014 Mudbog Mudslinger Series rules...more

2014 Registration Form for NASCAR divisions...more

Do you have an AMB/My Laps transponder and have retired from racing? Email the speedway! We have competitors looking to purchase used ones!

Visit your local Bond Auto Part store & Sign up for Bond Auto rewards...

   

Official Tire Supplier of the Young Guns...

    

Official Race Fuels...

   

Race Videos Available by calling Yurko Video Productions @ 860-651-8183

 

Photos available by calling Gary Dutton @ 603-863-9205.

For More Information in Competing at Monadnock Speedway, call 603-239-4067


 

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