SUNDAY, MAY 23rd, 2021
50-lap, $1,000-to-Win
8-CYLINDER STREET STOCK OPEN
ENTRY FORM & RULES - WMMP - 5/23/21
SHAW - POLEWARCZYK - DOIRON
     
Photos by Norm Marx
SUPER LATE MODELS at WMMP
OFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 5-23-21
1) 97 - Joey Polewarczyk Jr. - 150 Laps
2) 20x - Joey Doiron - 150
3) 60 - DJ Shaw - 150
4) 4 - Ben Rowe - 150
5) 54 - Jhnny Clark - 150
6) 81 - Dan Winter - 150
7) 36 - Ryan Robbins - 150
8) 10 - Kate Re - 150
9) 18 - Justin Larson - 150
10) 20 - Rowland Robinson Jr. - 150
11) 02 - Brian Whalley - 150
12) 93 - Ryan Green - 149
13) 90 - Craig Weinstein - 149
14) 14 - Scot McDaniel - 143
15) 29t - Austin Teras - 139
16) 21c - Shane Clark - 132
17) 09 - Jeremy Davis - 128
18) 17ma - Eddie MacDonald - 78
19) 47 - Gabe Brown - 59
20) 07 - Mark Patten - 21
21) 1vt - Evan Halstrom - 19
DNS - 14me - Anthony Costantino
SLM ENTRIES - WMMP - 5/23/21
       
MORSE


Photo by
Sharon Perry
PASS MODS at WMMP
OFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 5-23-21
(TECH REVIEW COMPLETED)
1) 31 - Spencer Morse - 50
2) 71me - Gary Chiasson - 50
3) 2 - Ajay Cates - 50
4) 33 - Bill Dixon - 50
5) 41g - Tracy Gordon - 50
6) 9d - Mike Davis - 50
7) 12d - Kevin Durgan - 50
8) 6m - Troy Morse - 50
9) 1 - Brandon Varney - 50
10) 38 - Garrett Lamb - 50
11) 55 - Gary Dwinal - 50
12) 7 - Spencer Vaughan - 50
13) 4 - Milo Washer - 50
14) 37 - Joe Day - 45
15) 52 - Colby Benjamin - 44
16) 9s - Mark Simond - 42
17) 25 - Shawn Knight - 41
18) 21 - Zach Nicholson - 30
19) 6pac - Chanler Harrison - 24
20) 66 - Jake Madore - 19
DNS - 44 - Ashley Beyea
DNS - 61 - Brad Hammond
DQ - 39 - Max Cookson
DQ - 11 - Tyler King
     
WATSON - J. WOODARD - T. WOODARD

STREET STOCKS at WMMP

OFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 5-23-21
1) 68vt - Jason Woodard - 50 Laps
2) 68nh - Tanner Woodard - 50
3) 35 - Kris Watson - 50
4) 51 - Kyle Hewins - 50
5) 36 - Nate Leavitt - 50
6) 23vt - Matt Potter - 49
7) 23nh - Michael Potter - 49
8) 89 - Ryan Phillips - 49
9) 62nh - Jaden Perry - 47
10) 00 - Jimmy Renfrew Jr. - 45
11) 81 - Lewis Anderson - 29
12) 66k - Krish Schroider - 24
13) 12 - Eric Hoffman - 14
DNS - 21 - Skip Tripp
DNS - 18 - Devon McGonologue
        
Photos by
Sharon Perry
         
Polewarczyk Takes Control for
PASS Victory at White Mountain
Cookson and Woodard Captures Wins
to Cap Doubleheader WMMP Weekend
N. Woodstock, NH -- Hudson, NH's Joey Polewarczk could not be stopped down the stretch en route to the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model victory at White Mountain Motorsports Park on Sunday, May 23. "Joey Pole" took the lead for good with 44 laps remaining in the 150-lap event and held the division's best at arm's length for the victory to cap a doubleheader weekend of WMMP action.

Turner, ME's Ben Rowe earned the pole in qualifying but surrendered the lead to Berwick, ME's Ryan Green at the start. Green led the first 10 laps before Rowe went back in front. Following a lap-21 caution for Even Hallstrom's stalled automobile, point leader Johnny Clark turned up the heat, riding the outside to snatch the lead from Rowe on lap 33. Joey Pole wasn't far behind, having moved up to third from the ninth starting position.

When the second yellow flew on lap 42 for Scott McDaniel's stopped machine, it was Rowe getting the jump over Clark. The lead trio broke away from the field until lap 60, when Gabe Brown -- who had driven from last to sixth -- ground to a halt with a suspension failure.

Polewarczyk then decided it was time to go, driving to the second spot after Clark slid high in turn three. A few circuits later, he swung to the high line, passing Rowe for the lead with 70 laps in the books. Pole then checked out until lap 92 when Clark cut a right-front tire and slapped the frontstretch wall.

Another yellow came out 10 laps later for debris, and Rowe gave it one more shot, putting the nose of his #4 in front for three circuits before Pole got back on top again. As Pole pulled away, Rowe and Joey Doiron went at it for 20 laps before Doiron finally cleared him to get second. Doiron was gaining on Polewarczk when the fifth caution flew for Brian Whalley's frontstretch spin with 13 laps to go.

Doiron got to restart alongside Pole, but the leader had the better short-run car and took off at the green flag. The sequence repeated itself when Green spun out with six laps to go, giving Polewarczyk his first PASS victory since 2018 and his first at White Mountain since 2016.

Berwick, ME's Doiron came in second while Center Conway, NH's D.J. Shaw passed Rowe late in the going for third. Clark recovered from his flat tire to finish fifth. Dan Winter, Ryan Robbins, Kate Re, Justin Larsen, and Rowland Robinson Jr. rounded out the top-10.

Pittsfield, ME's Max Cookson made a thrilling move on the final restart to win the 50-lap PASS Modified feature. Cookson started 10th and got as high as second in the early going before settling into third behind point leader Tyler King and former champion Spencer Morse.

When Milo Washer spun on lap 46 to bring out the fifth caution, it set up a four-lap dash to the finish. As the field got the green, Morse poked his front bumper in front of King off the outside. The duo came out of turn four a little high, and Cookson stayed glued to the bottom, taking it three-wide down the frontstretch. King was forced to back off entering turn one, and Cookson yanked the lead away from Morse to get his first win of the season.

Morse came across the line second with King settling for third. Gary Chiasson, Ajay Cates, Bill Dixon, Tracy Gordon, Mike Davis, Kevin Durgan, and Troy Morse completed the top-10. The Modified results are unofficial pending further technical inspection.

Waterbury Center, VT's Jason Woodard used a little speed and a lot of luck to win the 50-lap Street Stock Open. Woodard and his son Tanner were minding their business in third and fourth, respectively, when Jimmy Renfrew Jr. went underneath Kris Watson to take the lead with six laps to go. Coming out of turn two the next time around, Renfrew and Watson got together, sending Renfrew spinning down the backstretch and earning both a trip to the rear.

When the race went green again, Tanner Woodard had the edge on the outside. The younger Woodard had a nose up when Renfrew spun again on the frontstretch and nailed Ryan Phillips to bring out another yellow. The outside remained the place to be on the final restart, with Jason Woodard getting the jump this time to lead a one-two family finish.

Tanner Woodard barely held off Watson, who roared back for a third-place finish. Kyle Hewins, Nate Leavitt, Matt Potter, Michael Potter, Phillips, Jaden Perry, and Renfrew came home fourth through 10th.
       
PASS SLMs & PASS MODS Visit
White Mountain Sun., May 23rd
This Sunday, May 23rd, PASS Super Late Models are making their first visit of the year to White Mountain Motorsports Park for a 150-lap event. It will be a tune-up for the PASS National Championship event in mid-July featuring the region's best racers.

The entry list includes multi-time PASS champions Johnny Clark, D.J. Shaw, Ben Rowe, and Travis Benjamin along with ARCA Menards Series standout Derek Griffith and young gun Gabe Brown. Fan will also want to keep an eye on 17-year-old Kate Re, who broke out with a third-place result at Lee USA Speedway this past weekend. It was the best finish ever for a female in a PASS Super Late Model event.

Sunday's card includes 50-lap features for the PASS MODS and Open Street Stocks. The PASS MODS have surged this year with big fields and dynamic action. Point leader Tyler King will have to contend with Shawn Knight, A.J. Cates, Max Cookson, and other emerging open-wheel stars.

The $1,000-to-win Street Stock Open is one of the weekend's most intriguing events. The ACT Flying Tigers have been given the green light to compete against the 8-cylinder Street Stocks with slight modifications. Well-known Tiger racers like Jason Woodard, Matt Potter, and Tanner Woodard are planning to take on Ed Flanagan Jr. of Warwick, RI, Jim Zullo II of Claremont, NH, and other open-compers in a prelude to the $5,000-to-win Street Stock Open on September 25.

Sunday admission is $20 for adults, $5 for kids ages 6-12, and $40 for a family of four (2 adults, 2 kids).

 

Series Contact:  Tommy Mayberry - (207) 693-6497

email: passracing@roadrunner.com

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