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ALL VETERANS FREE THIS SATURDAY NIGHT AT SPEEDWAY 51 POWERED BY THE AUTOSAVER GROUP

In an unprecedented move by Speedway 51 powered by the Autosaver Group, track owner Joey Laquerre has announced that all veterans will receive one free ticket to the races on Memorial Day weekend, Saturday, May 27th at 6pm. Any veteran must show proof of service such as a veteran’s card, V.A. card or be in military apparel and they will receive one free ticket to the races. “We wanted to salute our veteran’s this Memorial Day weekend and what better way than to give them free admission to the show, stated Laquerre. We also have lowered our front gate price to just $10 for adults, $8 for Senior’s, $5 for teens 13-16, and Kids 12 & under with a paid adult are admitted free. This should be a great holiday weekend!” Saturday night’s event will feature the Wicked Good Vintage Racers out of the State of Maine, plus our Perras Ace Hardware Tiger Sportsman, Caron Fabrication Street Stocks, A.B. Excavating Daredevils, White Mountains Community College Cyclones and the Twisted Tea Angels. For more information on this event and others please visit our website at www.speedway51int.com, or call the new Track hotline at 802-266-0240. Speedway 51 is located on Craggy Road in Groveton, New... read more

MOODIE, HODGDON AND HEATH PREVAIL AT SPEEDWAY 51 POWERED BY THE AUTOSAVER GROUP

Beautiful weather and hot racing was featured Saturday night at Speedway 51 powered by the Autosaver Group at the high banked ¼ oval in Groveton, New Hampshire, and winners on the night included Brendan Moodie, Bunker Hodgdon and Jamie Heath. The Perras Ace Hardware Tiger Sportsman highlighted the card and the field swelled dramatically from opening night. The best part of the night was the fact that all cars racing were quality piec4es of equipment and there were battles throughout the field all night long. Brendan Moodie picked up his second consecutive win by edging out Dwayne Lamphear and Craig Bushey. Moodie worked his way around Bushey with three laps remaining, and then slid up the track in turn three one lap later surrendering the runner-up spot to Dwayne Lamphear. Travis Calkins raced home 4th ahead of Brandon Lamphear. Moodie won the qualifying round. Bunker Hodgdon showed no mercy in the Caron Fabrication Street Stock feature event as he rebounded from last week’s poor finish, to carrying the checkered flag this week leading from start to finish. Dean Switser Jr. was reeling Hodgdon in at the end of the race but laps ran out and he settled for second. Jared Plumley, Brett Rowell and Kasey Beattie rounded out the top five. Hodgdon also won his heat race. Jamie Heath made the long haul down from Waterford, Maine and scored an impressive victory in the White Mountains Community College Cyclone division. A scrum at the start of the race sent the field scrambling and Heath picked the right hole and shot to the point, never to be challenged. Matt Mason... read more

Karting rookie school cancelled for 05/20/2017

The rookie school at 9 am and open practice from 10-2 tomorrow, May 20th has been cancelled. The barriers have not arrived at the speedway and we cannot put anyone on the track until those are in place. Our next scheduled rookie school and open practice is June 3. If the barriers come in and the track available in the meantime we will notify everyone. We hope that everyone has a good... read more