10 Things to Know About the Granite State Pro Stock Series Season

A look ahead at the 2022 season for the Granite State Pro Stocks.

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The Granite State Pro Stock Series gets underway Sunday at Claremont Motorsports Park. Before this weekend's season opener, here are 10 things to know about the Granite State Pro Stock Series in 2022.

- Gabe Brown won the 2021 Granite State Pro Series championship after three wins and nine top-10 finishes in 10 races. Brown was strong in the second half with wins in three of his last five races. He finished every lap during the season.

- The 2022 season schedule consists of nine races at six different race tracks. When the series returns to Claremont Motorsports Park (NH) in August, the victor will receive $7,500. The other big money race will be at Lee USA Speedway on July 15, when $10,000 will be on the line.

- There have been 107 races in the Granite State Pro Stock Series. DJ Shaw is the all-time win leader with eight victories. There have been 39 different winners in the series history.

- There have been nine different champions in the past 10 years in the series, so you know the points battle will go down to the wire.

- Mike O’Sullivan is Mr. Granite State Pro Stock, having made 74 starts and posting six wins and two championships behind 46 top 10 runs.

- Seven different drivers went to victory lane in 2021. Gabe Brown had three wins, Joey Pole had a pair and Bryan Kruczek, Angelo Belsito, Corey Bubar, David Oliver and Joey Doiron all posted wins.

- Claremont Motorsports Park has been very good to Gabe Brown, who has won the last two races there. The prior five races were won by five different drivers.

- The feature event for the Grantie State Pro Stock Series will be a 100-lap contest.

- This is also the 75th of racing at Claremont Motorsports Park much like Slinger Speedway which is in action Sunday as well. Both tracks celebrate 75 years on this Sunday.

- Watch the action if you can’t make it to the Claremont Motorsports Park venue. Due to licensing agreements, RacingAmerica.TV will only be live for the Granite State Pro Stock, Six Shooter, and Pure Stock events.