Ted Christopher Ready For Pro All Stars Series At New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Ted Christopher after winning in a Pro All Stars Series event at Stafford Speedway in 2012 (Photo: Nicholas Teto)

Ted Christopher after winning in a Pro All Stars Series event at Stafford Speedway in 2012 (Photo: Nicholas Teto)

Ted Christopher’s resume at New Hampshire Motor Speedway includes plenty of highlights in numerous different divisions.

Next month he’ll go looking to add to that list of highlights in a new type of ride at the track.

When the Pro All Stars Series makes it debut on the 1.058-mile oval in Loudon on July 5 Christopher intends to be in the field for the 60-lap event.

Christopher will compete for car owner Scott Mulkern. Christopher, of Plainville, last drove for Mulkern when the Pro All Stars Series made its one visit ever to Stafford Motor Speedway. Christopher won that event.

Christopher tested at New Hampshire for Mulkern last month.

“Those cars are getting around that place,” Christopher said. “I ran a 29.2 [seconds] with is like a Modified time up there.”

The Pro All Stars Series will run at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on a car that also includes a PASS Sportsman event and a North East Mini Stock Tour event.

Christopher will go to Loudon looking to break a tie with Mike Stefanik at the top of the track’s all-time win list. Christopher has five K&N Pro Series East wins at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and five Whelen Modified Tour victories at the track. Stefanik has eight Whelen Modified Tour victories at Loudon and two K&N Pro Series East wins.

In addition to his starts Whelen Modified Tour and K&N Pro Series starts in Loudon, Christopher has also started five Sprint Cup Series events at the track and four Xfinity Series events.

After Loudon, Christopher is hoping to make a late season appearance with Mulkern in the PASS event scheduled for the North-South Shootout at Concord (N.C.) Speedway in November.

“I’m going to be down there for the Modified race so I’m definitely hoping he wants to do that one too,” Christopher said.

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Comments

  1. Should be a decent show at Loudon with those cars. But the purse is no where near where it should be, $5000 to win and $600 to start. Also heard they will have a break at the 30 lap mark now as well ( which has not been announced to the teams yet).
    And this will be one of two chances New Englanders get to see Toyota’s newest star, Christopher Belle. He is on both the Loudon and Oxford 250 entry list.

  2. Andy Boright says:

    10 or 11 PASS Sportsman on a 1 mile track isn’t going to be much of a race. Then again 2000 or 3000 people in a 100,000 seat area isn’t much to look at either.

  3. Chris D. says:

    you mean the mini stock tour won’t fill the place?

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