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White Mountain Twin 100s on Tap for Late Models and MRS on June 4th

The Twin 100 program features the two biggest divisions in New England


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N. Woodstock, NH — With the Memorial Day Weekend cancellation, the $1,500-to-win Spring Board 100, the first of three rounds in the Wall’s Ford Platinum Late Model Series, will coincide with the Modified Racing Series (MRS) Milton CAT 100! The Twin 100 program features the two biggest divisions in New England, giving fans the second weekend in-a-row to take in two major events for ACT-type Late Models and Tour-type Modifieds.

The Spring Board 100, as well as the other two Wall’s Ford Platinum Series events, will be lined up based on a blind draw as car and driver roll through the inspection area. Qualifying events will utilize the American-Canadian Tour Plus/Minus system, meaning these White Mountain, and any invading, Late Model pilots will have to drive hard to find themselves a good starting position for their first long distance race of the 2022 season.

With the 47th ACT Spring Green 122 just one week away, we also anticipate several ACT Late Model Tour regulars will come for one final test before their third event of the 2022 season. Current ACT Tour point leader Derek Gluchacki has confirmed he will be at the Spring Board 100 as officials have received inquiries from several other teams as well.

The Modified Racing Series rolls back into North Woodstock for the second event of 2022 following their season opener at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. This will be the sixth MRS event at WMMP since their inception in 2004. The Milton CAT 100 will feature some of the biggest names in Northern New England Tour-type Modified racing all in search of the $3,000 top prize at WMMP, a track heralded by Modified drivers for it’s grip, speed and ability to pass. $200 bonuses are available to each team that was present at Thunder Road for the Granite City 100 and comes to WMMP on Saturday courtesy of track co-owner Cris Michaud. Similarly, any team that competed at the Northeast Classic in April will also be awarded a $200 bonus courtesy of MRS President Jack Bateman.

Alongside the $1,500-to-win Late Model Spring Board 100 and the MRS Milton CAT 100, the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers are ready to battle it out again and attempt to dethrone Shane Sicard following his fourth consecutive J.P. Sicard Triple Crown victory. The Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis will also be on tap, all looking to overtake the dominant Baumgardner/Thompson combination as the Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Division will be there to take down opening day winner McKenna Merchant.

White Mountain Motorsports Park continues the 2022 season Saturday, June 4th with Twin 100s for the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models and the Modified Racing Series. The Spring Board 100 will serve as Race #1 for the Wall’s Ford Platinum Late Model Series, a three-race series with a separate $1,500 point fund for the top three teams at series’ end. Alongside the two important point-counting events for the Late Models and Modifieds, a full card of racing will also include the Wells River Chevrolet Flying Tigers, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis and Dad’s 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Division.

As always, Front Gates open at 3:00pm with racing starting at 6:00pm. General Admission is set at $20 for adults, $5 for ages 12 and under with a Family Four Pack at $50. The Twin 100 program will also be featured on Racing America to monthly and yearly subscribers. Full race day schedule is available online at www.whitemountainmotorsports.com/schedule.

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.whitemountainmotorsports.com. You can also follow us on Facebook at @WhiteMtnMotorsports.

For more on the Modified Racing Series, visit www.themodifiedracingseries.com for their 2022 schedule and further contact information.

-ACT Media Press Release
-Photo credit: Mark Alan Sumner