Dillon Moltz To Do Double Duty At World Series Of Racing At Thompson Speedway

Former Waterford Speedbowl and Stafford Motor Speedway regular Dillon Moltz will look to make his Granite State Pro Stock Series debut at the World Series of Speedway Racing at Thompson Speedway on Oct. 20.

Dillon Moltz

Dillon Moltz

Moltz, of Waterford, will drive a recently debuted RB Performance owned Pro Stock in the event. RB Performance is owned by Mark Brackett and Ricky Rolfe.

“I’m looking forward to it,” Moltz said. “They’re good guys and I think we’re going to have a great car for that race.”

Moltz will also be competing in the regular 25-lap Late Model feature at the World Series on Oct. 19 in the Mark Cooper owned ride he has campaigned this year at Waterford and Seekonk (Mass.) Speedway.

The Granite State Pro Stock Series will run a 50-lap feature on the final day of the World Series at Thompson. Moltz said the Granite State Pro Stock Series debut could be a preview for possibly running more with the series in 2014.

“I think that thing is really taking off and it’s something we might look at for next year,” Moltz said. “It’s an ideal kind of series for this area, the costs aren’t that bad. It could be a possibility.”

After winning the 2012 Late Model title at Waterford, Moltz and Cooper left the track in early August this year after a dispute over a penalty call with track officials. They spent the rest of the season running regularly at Seekonk. Mo

“I had fun at Seekonk,” Moltz said. “It’s been a rough road up there. We won [on Sept. 7] and then it got taken away from us. It was a deal where Waterford didn’t have anything in their rules about the exhaust stuff and [Seekonk] did. But everyone greeted us with open arms there. Everyone got along with everyone and the racing was fun.”

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  1. I hope he comes back to seekonk the man can drive plus I’m sick of the 71 winning the champion all the time and not moving up

  2. Wolf Hudson says

    Maybe the 71 is racing year after year at a level he can afford. Zero shame in that. And knowing Gerry he welcomes the challenge…

  3. Then why don’t he move up to pro stock with the big boys play . Becouse he will never be that good

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