Norm Wrenn Jr. Closes On Purchase Of Monandnock Speedway

It’s been one of the worst kept secrets in short track racing. Thursday the deal so many have seen coming all year was finalized. 

Former short track racer Norm Wrenn Jr. closed Thursday morning on his deal to purchase Monandock Speedway in Winchester, N.H.  from longtime owners Larry Cirillo and Fred Pafumi. 

His son, Norm Wrenn III, confirmed that the deal was closed. 

“It is done,” Norm Wrenn III told RaceDayCT. “It’s all signed and we’re ready to rock and roll.” 

It’s the second track purchase this year for Norm Wrenn Jr. He purchased Lee USA Speedway in February. 

Wrenn had been in talks in 2017 to purchase the New London-Waterford Speedbowl, but those negotiations eventually fell through. 

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  1. Great. Now bring back the WMT in 2020. That was a great event. The house was packed.

  2. So are the same divisions and schedule for 2019 the same?

  3. Are they still doing the mud bogs?????

  4. JD, the house was packed because the stands are tiny, all viewing areas are extremely small there. That crowd was about 1/3 what you’d see at Stafford. Hopefully Norm adds to the seating capacity and I wish there was a turn 3-4 set of stands there.

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