Page 16 of 16

Re: UP NORTH MOTORSPORTS... by Tom Hale

PostPosted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 3:10 am
by BDN
UP NORTH MOTORSPORTS
Theriault Win Number Four Nets Him the ARCA Bill France 4 Crown Award

Fort Kent, Maine’s Austin Theriault not only held onto his points lead in the ARCA Racing Series, he won his fourth race of 2017 and his first road course victory. The win at Road America, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin netted him the Bill France 4 Crown Award for his achievement at super speedways, short track, dirt tracks and road courses.

http://bangordailynews.com/link/theriau ... own-award/

Re: UP NORTH MOTORSPORTS... by Tom Hale

PostPosted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 3:29 am
by BDN
UP NORTH MOTORSPORTS
Land Speed Racer Body Comes Off At Two Hundred Ninety Plus MPH

Pam Beineke walked away from a frightening 290 mph crash at Loring Timing Association Harvest Event. Northwood, New Hampshire’s Jason White sets new record for fastest car. Cassius Clark wins in Canada and Kody Swanson wins on “Magic Mile” in Illinois.

http://bangordailynews.com/link/land-sp ... lus-mph-2/

Re: UP NORTH MOTORSPORTS... by Tom Hale

PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:04 am
by BDN
Maine native Theriault wins number six
Six, yup SIX wins for Fort Kent, Maine’s Austin Theriault

Six wins this season puts Austin Theriault firmly in the lead in the ARCA Racing series Driver’s Championship. Theriault leads second place Dalton Sargeant by 410 points going into the final three races of the 2017 season.

Theriault credited the Ken Schrader Racing team crew chief Donnie Richeson with his leadership role in the win. The work at the shop has been ongoing as the team prepares the race cars for the busiest part of their 2017 schedule. That type of effort depends on organization and innovation which the team has shown can be done.

Anyone who has been or is involved with motorsports know that behind the glitz and glitter of race day, there has been hard work performed by a dedicated group of individuals working toward a common goal. Successful racers know that races are often won in the garage before the race car leaves.


http://upnorthmotorsports.bangordailyne ... umber-six/

Re: UP NORTH MOTORSPORTS... by Tom Hale

PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 4:04 am
by BDN
Theriault closes in on ARCA title

Finishing well is what Fort Kent’s Austin Theriault needs to do for the remaining two races on the ARCA schedule. With a lead of 375 points, it is time to try some tactics which will result in a win.

The move that Christopher Bell made on the green-white-checkered last lap of the Chicagoland race was incredible! Eighth to first was a sight to behold. Granted he was on new tires, however, that type of move is a display of what a future NASCAR top-tier racer will try.

Theriault, in my opinion has the racing acumen typified by a driver like Matt Kenseth who hangs around, hangs around until the end. All of a sudden you notice him knocking on your rear bumper

http://upnorthmotorsports.bangordailyne ... rca-title/

Re: UP NORTH MOTORSPORTS... by Tom Hale

PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 3:01 am
by BDN
New Brunswick stock car racer to contest Speedway 660 2018 late model title

The reality of racing Pro Stock

When I first met the Messer family (Robb & Penny and their son Ryan) from Harvey, New Brunswick I was mowing the infield grass at Spud Speedway in Caribou. They were at the track to get in some practice laps before their Atlantic Modified race the next day.

I had to work on another project and Penny offered to assist me in preparing the track by finishing mowing the infield while Robb and Ryan worked on the race car in the pits. She donned her hearing protectors and proceeded to do a great job.

I offered her a job as my assistant groundskeeper, however, she did not think the commute from Harvey would make economic sense.

http://upnorthmotorsports.bangordailyne ... del-title/

Re: UP NORTH MOTORSPORTS... by Tom Hale

PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 2:25 am
by MBRer
County drag racer finishes season strong

County drag racer finishes season with a flourish

Crouseville drag racer Gene Cyr finished the 2017 drag racing season with a second and a third place finish. The second came at Oxford Plains Dragway September 29 when Cyr finished second in an eleven car field. His 6.17 second E.T. at 112 mph at the 1/8 mile track was Cyr’s best time of the night

A broken oil pan meant he was done for the weekend, so he and his father towed home on Saturday. Once they were home, the pan was welded and the car prepared for the next race weekend at Winterport Dragway.

Cyr and his father loaded up their Mustang and headed out to the central Maine Winterport Dragway for a two-day event. The T & L Gamblers class which Cyr competed in, featured 30 entrants for the Saturday race.


http://upnorthmotorsports.bangordailyne ... on-strong/