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'Dinger Day' is a Big Hit in the Green Mountain State

Posted By Tj Ingerson on September 3, 2015

NASCAR driver A.J. Allmendinger accepts his "Dinger Day" proclamation from Vermont Lieutenant Governor and Thunder Road racer Phil Scott on Wednesday. Allmendinger spent the day in Vermont and attended the Champlain Valley Fair. (NHMS photo)PHOTO: NASCAR driver A.J. Allmendinger accepts his "Dinger Day" proclamation from Vermont Lieutenant Governor and Thunder Road racer Phil Scott on Wednesday. Allmendinger spent the day in Vermont and attended the Champlain Valley Fair. (NHMS photo)

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver A.J. Allmendinger entertains the masses during a multi-stop day in Vermont

(From track press release)

BURLINGTON --
It didn't take long to see why A.J. Allmendinger is one of the most liked drivers in NASCAR. Bringing an infectious smile and warm personality, the Sprint Cup Series driver kept the laughs coming during a three-stop visit in northern Vermont on Wednesday. Allmendinger entertained juniors and seniors at a technical school, race fans at a private lunch, and fairgoers at the Champlain Valley Fair ahead of the Sept. 27 SYLVANIA 300 - the second race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup - at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Read Full Story

UNBELIEVABLE: Luce Wins 42nd Oxford 250

Posted By Tj Ingerson on August 30, 2015

Glen Luce climbs from his car and celebrates his AIM Recycling Oxford 250 on Sunday evening at Oxford Plains Speedway. (T.J. Ingerson/VMM photo)PHOTO: Glen Luce climbs from his car and celebrates his AIM Recycling Oxford 250 on Sunday evening at Oxford Plains Speedway. (T.J. Ingerson/VMM photo)

--by T.J. Ingerson (@TJIngerson)
VMM Editor

OXFORD, Maine --
Glen Luce had only one word when he climbed from his car as an Oxford 250 champion.

“Unbelievable.” Read Full Story

Wells Continues Dominant NEMST Season at Oxford 250 Weekend

Posted By Tj Ingerson on August 30, 2015

The top three from the Northeast Mini Stock Tour 50 at Oxford Plains Speedway on Oxford 250 Saturday was (l-r) third place Jamie Heath, winner Toby Wells, and second place Matt Sonnhalter. (NEMST photo)PHOTO: The top three from the Northeast Mini Stock Tour 50 at Oxford Plains Speedway on Oxford 250 Saturday was (l-r) third place Jamie Heath, winner Toby Wells, and second place Matt Sonnhalter. (NEMST photo)

Armington wins Oxford Modifieds; Canadians sweep INEX Legends podium

--by T.J. Ingerson (@TJIngerson)
VMM Editor

OXFORD, Maine --
Toby Wells continued his dominant Northeast Mini Stock Tour dominance on Saturday night at Oxford Plains Speedway, Read Full Story

Pierson Wins USAC Feature at Albany-Saratoga

Posted By Tj Ingerson on August 29, 2015

Second place Seth Carlson, race winner Adam Pierson, and third place finisher Derek Graham celebrate their finishes in victory lane on Friday night at Albany-Saratoga Speedway. (USAC photo)PHOTO: Second place Seth Carlson, race winner Adam Pierson, and third place finisher Derek Graham celebrate their finishes in victory lane on Friday night at Albany-Saratoga Speedway. (USAC photo)

(From series press release)

MALTA, N.Y. --
Adam Pierson may have started 11th for the feature but in the end he was number one when the checkered flag waived on the USAC Dirt Midget Association on Friday night at Albany-Saratoga Speedway. Read Full Story

Laquerre Elected to New England Auto Racing Hall of Fame

Posted By Tj Ingerson on August 20, 2015

East MontpelierPHOTO: East Montpelier's Joey Laquerre, seen here after his record 45th Thunder road win in June 2014, will be enshrined in the New England Auto Racing Hall of Fame on Sunday, November 8. (VMM file photo)

(From track press release)

EAST MONTPELIER --
Thunder Road racing legend and family patriarch Joey Laquerre of East Montpelier has been elected to the New England Auto Racing (NEAR) Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015. Read Full Story