Bullring Bash To Debut With Slate Of Modified And Legends Events In 2019

(Press Release from Bullring Bash) 

Modified racing will return to White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) and Thunder Road Speedbowl in 2019 with the inaugural Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge.

The promotion includes three brand new events that will feature many of the top Modified and Legends Cars drivers and teams in New England. The Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge brings Modified and Legends Cars racing back to an area of northern New England that has been asking for its return.

The events will feature some of the highest paying purses and most unique racing formats in modern grassroots motorsports. The first Bullring Bash event will take place on Sunday, June 16 at WMMP. It will be joined by previously announced events at WMMP on August 10, and Thunder Road Speedbowl on September 14.

“With the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, we’re looking to take the promotion of Modified and Legends racing in New England to the next level,” said Bullring Bash founder Josh Vanada, a veteran of multiple national and regional motorsports promotions. “We’ve assembled a team of the most talented personnel available in order to put on three incredible events in 2019, and we’ll be racing at two of the most exciting facilities in New England in White Mountain Motorsports Park and Thunder Road Speedbowl. The stakes are high, and the intensity on-track will be even higher.”

“We’re looking forward to hosting the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge at Thunder Road and WMMP,” said Cris Michaud, the co-owner of both tracks. “It’s been a long time since Modifieds have raced at either facility, and a number of fans have told the various track management teams over the years that they hoped we would bring them back. We think the Bullring Bash is the right opportunity for us to do so.”

The three-event Bullring Bash calendar for the 2019 season is as follows:

  • June 16, 2019: White Mountain Motorsports Park, North Woodstock, NH
  • August 10, 2019: White Mountain Motorsports Park, North Woodstock, NH
  • September 14, 2019: Thunder Road Speedbowl, Barre, VT

Further announcements regarding the inaugural Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, including event distances, rules and regulations, sponsorships, and confirmed Modified and Legends Cars participants, will be made over the coming weeks and months leading up to the inaugural event. To keep up with the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge, teams and fans can visit http://www.bullringbash.com. Fans can also stay connected on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @BullringBashQMC.

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  1. Good luck to them. While the events themselves have been out there for a few weeks now the details I thought were a little late in coming for a new event. On the plus side, they have established a social media presence already. Kinda weird that news of a northern New England series is coming out of Attleboro Ma.
    I don’t see teams driving past Monadnock two hours to race on Sept 14th. Same weekend as MRS race in August. That will be a tight squeeze for fans and teams alike. Something has to give this summer. My advice to all the series, entry list, entry list, entry list. I’ve already dismissed MRS in 2019. My race schedule is plenty full with WMT, TTOMS, a couple ROC, an ISMA race or two and maybe one of these if the grid is strong. My travel budget has a cap. I’ll be a Monadnock Sept 14th myself. Kinda pumped for that one.

  2. 1st show is a Sunday, they should make them all on Sunday(no conflicts) good matinee shows around 1pm would work the best

  3. JD & Rich, can’t agree with you more! The purse may dictate the racer turnout, although that’s not a “carved in stone” theory either. The entry list would be the deciding factor for me, or at least an honest entry number. Case in point, Monadnock vs. White Mountain. I’ll only be able to pick one which for me is also a 2 hour ride vs. three. Although if I can make it work, both are possible without the same date conflict. But if there’s 20 Mods going to one track and 30 at the other, I’m chasing the 30. More cars always increase the competition level and in many cases the overall amount of racing. Works for me!

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