Vote Now For The New England Racing Fuel Support Performer Of The Week Award (June 5-6)

NE Racing Fuel Support Performer AwardIt’s time for you the fans to make the big decision.

Each week during the 2015 racing season the New England Racing Fuel RaceDayCT Support Performer of the Week will be chosen from among drivers competing in events in one of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series weekly support divisions (divisions below the SK Modifieds) at Stafford Motor Speedway, Thompson Speedway and the New-London Waterford Speedbowl.

And you the fans will decide each week’s winner through a poll on RaceDayCT. Each week a list of nominees will be presented for the award and fans will decide who should get the award.

Each week’s winner will receive a $20 certificate for race fuel from New England Racing Fuel. Drivers must have a Sunoco Race Fuel decal on their car to be eligible for the weekly award.

Voting will conclude each week week on Wednesday at 12:01 a.m. and the award winner will be announced Thursday. Don’t forget, after voting, click on one of the Social Media icons at the bottom of the voting box to share the poll with others on Facebook and Twitter.

This week’s nominees include:

  • Tom Fearn – Late Model winner at Stafford Motor Speedway
  • Jason Palmer – Late Model winner at New London-Waterford Speedbowl
  • Nick Salva – SK Light Modified winner at Stafford
  • Chris Correll – SK Light Modified winner at Waterford
  • Andrew Hayes – Limited Late Model winner at Stafford
  • Al Stone III – Limited Sportsman winner at Waterford
  • Zack Robinson – DARE Stock feature winner at Stafford
  • Marc Panaroni – Mini Stock winner at Waterford

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  1. I know it cost him money, but Nick Salva’s enthusiasm after winning was great to watch!

  2. Michelle Lamothe says

    Congratulations Zack on your first of many Dare Stock windy!!

  3. Sharpie Fan says

    Re: Salva’s “enthusiasm”

    If everybody did that pretty soon there wouldn’t be any grass left and people would be complaining about the dust. It’s fine at a track where you only race a couple of times a year but not at a track that hosts half a dozen divisions on a weekly basis.
    Not to mention the hazard from the rocks that were strewn all over the track and could have hit someone in the stands.

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