JBH 100 is Monadnock feature tonight

BRATTLEBORO — The high banks of Monadnock Speedway in Winchester, N.H. were silent last weekend as Mother Nature brought downpours that rained out the featured events. However, the silence of the quarter-mile track will be broken tonight.

This evening, Monadnock Speedway will welcome the Granite State Pro Stock Series for the JBH 100 special event. The race venue will also include the NASCAR Whelen All American Weekly Series of the Sportsman Modifieds, Super Stocks, Mini Stocks and Thunder Stocks along with Lightning Stocks and Young Guns.

The entry fees for tonight are: $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and college students, $5 for ages 11-18, and free for ages 10 and under. The green flag will wave at 6 p.m.

On Sunday, the speedway will host the annual Cindy Hall Memorial Mudslinger Event highlighting six divisions of Opens, Pros, Outlaws, Modifieds, 8-Cylinder and 4/6 Cylinders. The mud will begin flying at noon.

The Modified Touring Series will make a stop at the high banks on Aug. 19 to compete in a 125-lap special event. This will be the second to the last stop they will make in the 2017 season. The event will also include all of Monadnock's weekly divisions. Race time will be at 6 p.m.

Vernon's Hillary Renaud enters tonight's Lightning Stock race atop the standings with a 28-point lead over Steve Fucile of Winchester, N.H. Vernon's Pat Houle is currently fifth in the Mini Stock rankings, and Vernon's Solomon Brow sits 11th in the Super Stock series.

For more information, log onto the speedway's website at www.monadnockspeedway.com.


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