The weather was perfect for racing. Shaun Buffington scored another win at the Moat Mountain Road Course, Tom Gray finished second, and Alex Vorrilas finished third.
Shaun Buffington wins at the mini-oval after making the correct adjustments to deal with the drying track.
Fifteen year-old Jordan Lamothe of Woodstock, CT is becoming the Iron Man of legend and bandalero racing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS). Jordan's last race weekend at NHMS, he competed in two of the Moat Mountain Legends Road Course races, a Granite State Legends oval race, and got the win in the first-ever Gifford's Ice Cream Bandolero race.
Shaun Buffington swept the weekend, winning all three Granite State Legend Car races.
Tom Gray traded the lead with Dean Dezak late in the race and got in front when it counted to pick up his fourth career NHMS win. Dezak finished second, and Ryan Hammar earned his first NHMS podium with a third-place finish.
Shaun Buffington ran in a familiar place on his way to winning the first NHMS legends race of the season. It was the two unfamiliar faces behind him that surprised in the 2013 opener.
The snow is gone, the track is dry and that means it’s time to heat up the Magic Mile for another season of motorcycles, legends and bandoleros. Oh, my!
The last few years have seen major renovations and improvements to our Loudon facilities, to ensure you and your family have the time of your lives. We will continue that pursuit as we embark on some exciting new projects and events designed to keep you on the edge of your seat.
After a harsh North East off-season, the Amsoil Nelcar Legends Car Tour was the first tour in the North ready to go racing in 2013. Braving the harsh winds and 40 degree weather, the Tour brought 21 cars to the newly re-opened, and one of Nelcar’s longtime homes, Wiscasset Speedway for opening day. The fans packed into see the re-opening of Maine’s fastest track, and another grueling season for the Amsoil Nelcar Legends Tour was set to begin.