Thompson Speedway Mourns The Loss Of A Great Competitor

(Press Release from Thompson Speedway)

Thompson Speedway Long Narrow LogoThompson Speedway Motorsports Park today expressed its deepest sympathies to the friends and family of a former track Champion Ron Bouchard.

Bouchard was a regular competitor at Thompson from 1972 through 1980 and was a real fan favorite.

Donald J. Hoenig, a long-time friend of Bouchard, spoke for the track when he said that everyone at the Thompson Speedway was deeply saddened by his passing.

“He was not only a wonderful personal friend, but was a marvelous driver and a great golfing companion”, said Hoenig.

Bouchard won a total of 37 races at Thompson and was the Modified track champion in 1978.

He also won the prestigious Thompson 300 in 1980. Bouchard went on to compete in NASCAR’s top division The Winston Cup, now Sprint Cup, Series where he also enjoyed great success.

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