Bullring Bash Opener At White Mountain Motorsports Park Approaching Quickly


(Press release from The Bullring Bash) 

The Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge presented by RaceChoice is closing in fast on its first event of the 2019 season on August 10 at White Mountain Motorsports Park, the Thunder in the Mountains 100.

Some of the best Modified racers in New England will be headed to the track to battle for 100 laps for a winner’s check of $3,500, including Whelen Modified Tour winner Woody Pitkat. 

Also racing that night will be the MSD Legends division of cars. That race is no slouch either with a $1,500 prize on the line for the victor. 

With 135 laps of Bullring Bash racing on tap for August 10, there will be plenty of excitement to go around when the field takes to White Mountain Motorsports Park.

Bullring Bash founder Josh Vanada is excited to get the first-ever Bullring Bash event underway.

“The Thunder in the Mountains 100 is sure to be a thriller for both drivers and fans alike,” Vanada said. “Despite our earlier postponement, I know that Bullring Bash is ready to get started with a bang in 2019 and provide fans with some of the best racing they’ll see all year!”

To keep up with the Bullring Bash, 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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Comments

  1. Fast Edie says:

    An updated competitor list might generate some more interest. At the moment there are only the original seven Modified teams listed on their site. I wonder if this event had anything to do with the Friday night Claremont VMRS race being cancelled.

  2. Hillary 2020 says:

    Interesting. Why no story on the cancellation of the MRS race Shawn? What happened?

  3. Hilary 2020,
    I know as much as what’s out there on Facebook, which was a one sentence announcement from the Valenti Modified Racing Series.

  4. Crazy in NY says:

    I went to WMMP the night of the Eastern Propane&Oil fiasco and was pleasantly surprised at the place.
    Very well kept little bullring, good food and they run the show off quickly. Wish I could make this event but it isn’t the cards for me but his place looks like Mods will put of a great show. Hope they get a decent field and a good crowd. About 50 mins north of Loudon.

  5. Dont expect big car counts for this race, also be surprised if they have any more shows take place. 1st race has never gotten a make up date and was rumored to be canceled for car counts more than weather. Long trip for teams with a short purse just isn’t going to cut it. MRS is losing cars for the same exact reason. Tri Track series is down on car counts aswell and will be lucky to get 28 at Oxford Plains. Just too many options now has thinned out the fields. These series better start figuring out the farther they get from CT the smaller the fields

  6. Good comments.
    I should think 28 TTOMS cars in Maine would be outstanding.
    This is a year of experimentation. Pushing modifieds out to Late Model territory and hoping for the best. We’ll know at season end how it worked out and next years schedules come out. My view it’s an unnecessary risk but what do I know.
    At the risk of mentioning the black sheep wouldn’t a ship shape Speedbowl be a huge attraction for modified tours. Not the mess it is now with the ownership nightmare and backward survivalist management.
    A forward thinking track with an eye to expanding the fan base with great shows and less the us vs them attitude.
    I’m looking forward to the VMRS show at Stafford and thinking they’re going to get a great field kind of proving Rich’s point.

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