Mike O’Sullivan Outduels DJ Shaw For Granite State Pro Stock Series Rydemore 100 Win

(Press Release from the Granite State Pro Stock Series)

Cory Casagrande (3rd place), Mike O'Sullivan (winner) and D.J. Shawn (2nd place) celebrate Saturday night at Monadnock Speedway following the Granite State Pro Stock Series Rydemore 100 (Photo: Chip Cormie)

Cory Casagrande (3rd place), Mike O’Sullivan (winner) and D.J. Shawn (2nd place) celebrate Saturday night at Monadnock Speedway following the Granite State Pro Stock Series Rydemore 100 (Photo: Chip Cormie)

The Rydemore 100 at Monadnock Speedway in Winchester, N.H. started as a steamy one, with temperatures reaching the mid ninety’s. Guy Caron of Lempster, N.H. found himself on the pole with Mike Mitchell of Cumberland, R.I. on the outside. Barry Gray who finished second last week was looking to get his first win of the year starting in the sixth position. Ultimately, it was Mike O’Sullivan of Springfield, MA. in victory lane.

Caron took the lead early in the race and led until lap 61 when he and Gray made contact on the backstretch, and Caron, spun bringing out the first caution of the night. This put O’Sullivan and DJ Shaw of Center Conway, N.H. up front. Glenn Martel of Belmont, NH was the Lucky Dog, winning his lap back and putting him on the road to a fifth place finish.

By lap 65 Mike Parks of Walpole, N.H. had worked his way up to third after starting 12th. The 71 NH of Cory Robert in sixth place, fended off the Caron and Gray for over a dozen laps, until lap 89 when contact was made with Gray.

This started a few restarts on lap 89 with multiple cars ending their night in the pits. The 71NH did not make it back onto the track due to a flat tire. After charging all the way to third from his 12th starting spot, Mike Parks was involved in a wreck on the backstretch with Cory Casagrande of Stafford Springs, CT, ending a good run for Parks. This also saw the end of Guy Caron’s night as he left on the Hook. Both the Barry Gray and Adam Norton machines were able to return to the track after making visits to the pits.

The final laps of the race were clean and saw Mike O’Sullivan take the win without incident. DJ Shaw and Cory Casagrande making up the remaining top three.

The Granite State Pro Stock Series will be racing again on Friday, June 3rd at Lee Speedway in Lee, New Hampshire.

Unofficial Finish
1 08 Mike O’Sullivan
2 60 DJ Shaw
3 1 Cory Casagrande
4 40 Mike Mitchell
5 23 Glenn Martel
6 63 John Salemi
7 29 Barry Gray
8 87 Adam Norton
9 66 Mike Parks
10 42 Guy Caron
11 71NH Cory Robert
12 18 Michael Scorzelli
13 96 Wyatt Alexander



  1. Only 13 cars? I’ve seen heat races with more cars. Not a good situation there.

  2. Looks like another case of too many divisions w too many different rules. 100 cars in the area and only 20 cars meet their rules

  3. bill realist says

    I think that may have been their biggest car count this year! I think only 7-8 last week at white mountain. Looks bad for business for the shaw’s if they can’t even outrun those chumps.

  4. They should just disband and let those guys fill out the Seekonk and Beech Ridge rosters which are getting 20-22 cars as it is. That few cars can’t have a large following anyway.

  5. Bill Realist says

    PASS only had 18 at Thunder Road

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