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Pre-race kicks for Logano (Concord Monitor)

 

Suddenly, near forefront (Concord Monitor)

 

NASCAR-Sprint Cup-Sylvania 300 Lineup

 

Color Keselowski amazed at qualifying for the Chase (By Michael Vega, Boston Globe)

 

Petty wraps up season tomorrow - Centre for Speed has weekend of action including monster trucks (Moncton Times & Transcript)

 

Silk on the pole for Saturday’s NASCAR Modified race at NHMS (Lou Modestino)

 

Wallace takes his second pole for Friday’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race at NHMS (Lou Modestino)

 

Local Motorsports: Portland grad grooms winners - Will Turner captured 2011 Continental Tire Sports Car Grand Sports driver and team championships Sunday in Ohio. (By Paul Betit, Portland Press Herald)

 

Colchester driver earns crown. (Norwich Bulletin)

 

Wallace Jr., Silk star at NHMS (By ALEX KERIAZES Laconia Citizen)

 

Suddenly, near forefront (Concord Monitor)

 

Pre-race kicks for Logano (Concord Monitor)

 

The Cup Playoffs Head to New Hampshire for Race No. 2 and There Are Still Tickets Available (Biggy Bigelow, Caledonian-Record)

 

Silk holds down pole (By CHARLIE MITCHELL, Norwalk Hour)

 

AUTO RACING NOTEBOOK: White gets back on track in Loudon (By Bill Stewart, Central Maine Morning Sentinel)

 

Champ survives series finale at Waterford Speedbowl. (By MARC ALLARD, Norwich Bulletin)

 

Quinn struggled on track (Robin Yasinsac-Gillespie, Albany Times Union)

 

Allen Lessels Motor Sports: IndyCar series unlikely to return to NHMS (ALLEN LESSELS, New Hampshire Union Leader)

 

Gordon picked up speed in his restart (By Michael Vega, Boston Globe)

 

Unlimited greatness (Concord Monitor)

 

Fonda set to host McDonald’s Weekend (The Leader Herald)

 

Santerre race car on display Thursday in Hermon (Bangor Daily News)

 

AUTO RACING NOTEBOOK: White gets back on track in Loudon (By Bill Stewart, Kennebec Journal)

 

The Pines to hold speedway reunion (By Dustin Luca, Newburyport Daily News)

 

Phelps outruns Hearn at Mohawk (Plattsburgh Press Republican)

 

The Chase is on - like never before (By Michael Vega, Boston Globe)

 

In a deep hole, but Hamlin says he's not buried (Concord Monitor)

 

Tony Stewart gets the win at the rain delayed Geico 400 at Chicagoland (Lou Modestino)

 

Aubertine cap Thunder Alley year with 2 wins (Watertown Daily Times)

 

Auto Racing: Four division champions crowned (North Shore Sun)

 

Seekonk Speedway closes championship season. Special Moose Heads seating at NHMS for Sunday (Lou Modestino)

 

‘Big Country’ on cusp of Late Model crown.. (By MARC ALLARD, Norwich Bulletin)

 

Two-car pileup in US Open leaves both drivers fuming (By Larry Ott, The Buffalo News)

 

Gallant still craves driver's seat - To be inducted into Maritime Motor Sports Hall of Fame (Summerside Journal Pioneer)

 

Keith Rocco misses out on chance to repeat - Wreck dismantles Wallingford driver’s shot at consecutive title. (By MARC ALLARD, Norwich Bulletin)

 

Abele Jr. wins SK Modifieds race at the Speedbowl (New London Day)

 

Seekonk Speedway drivers dunked - Drivers take the plunge for charity (WPRI-TV 12)

 

Chase: It's all about who's hot (Concord Monitor)

 

Phelps outruns Hearn for Super Dirt Car Series win at Mohawk Raceway (North Country Now)

 

Johnson wins as Fonda returns to action (By JAMES A. ELLIS, The Leader Herald)

 

Zimmer holds off Roese at Accord (Middletown Times Herald-Record)

 

Szegedy takes Lime Rock NASCAR Mod road race and other things (Lou Modestino)

 

Pitkat doubles his fun - 4th-place finish gives Preece SK Modified crown at Stafford (By Matt Buckler, Journal Inquirer)

 

Billy Decker and Josh VanBrocklin dominate DIRTCar tour races at Mohawk International Friday night (North Country Now)

 

N.H. Lottery will offer largest scratch ticket at Speedway (Foster's Daily Democrat)

 

ACT Late Model Tour Teams are in the Middle of a Busy Part of Their Schedule (Biggy Bigelow, Caledonian-Record)

 

'Dunk the Driver' to beat cancer (BY JOSEPH S. SIEGEL, ATTLEBORO SUN CHRONICLE)

 

Thompson Speedway's slate rained out. (Norwich Bulletin)

 

NASCAR Modified’s only non-oval race of the year runs at Lime Rock Park this Saturday (Torrington Register-Citizen)

 

Local auto tracks winding down their seasons (Watertown Daily Times)